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"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:19 min | Last month

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Strangulation of his wife last night on the Upper East Side. It was 10 last night that a 911 call came into police. 71 year old man saying that his wife was dead. Now he's the suspect in strangulation is suspected home here at 1 10 East 87th Street. Department on the seventh floor as the investigation goes on the doorman guarding the front entrance alone. NYPD Car parked in front now the 67 year old woman who was found dead here. Marks around her neck consistent with strangulation. Neighbors tell me that the woman had an order of protection against this man on their marriage has been a strange for some time Police have been called here. Several times before, So now we wait for the medical examiner's report to determine the exact cause of her death. Police in the 19th precinct, interviewing the husband the entire night as they wait for that report, and we wait for official word on charges. One shot. 10 10 wins. You're on the Upper East side. The De Blasio administration is directing $38 million in funding to the city's biotech industry. James Paget is president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Columbia University will build a state of the art lab. Will support top and emerging scientists so they can transform promising treatments into new companies. In the Bronx. The Einstein College of Medicine will establish a new, affordable cell manufacturing facility to help companies develop customized cure. Address some of the most complicated diseases. Those that are often untreatable funding dollars, will also be going to the New York Stem Cell Foundation and Rockefeller University. Donald Trump's last full week as president saw another large number of Americans apply for unemployment insurance in your school, responded Aaron Cancer scare, the Labor Department said another 900,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time last week. It's slightly below what economists were expecting, but still high, underscoring the challenge the new administration faces as it seeks to control the pandemic and restore economic prosperity. More than five million Americans are continuing to receive state jobless benefits. These levels of unemployment are not likely to change overnight with new administration, but President Biden is hoping to get more government stimulus going. Eight motor judge says he hopes his experience as mayor of South Bend Indiana will help him in his new role, but he is up for right now. Transportation Secretary Senate confirmation hearing began this morning. We got results by bringing people in engaging stakeholders and residents prioritizing limited funds effectively and unlocking new resource is to solve problems. And that is how I will approach the transfer. The Department of Transportation is confirmed. Go to a judge is expected to play a key role in pushing President Biden's infrastructure plan. The president has proposed spending $1.3 trillion over 10 years on roads, bridges, rail, schools, broadband and more. Footage. It says this would create millions of good paying jobs in the process and revitalize communities left behind Wednesday's time 209 When the Wow I think we.

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"james paget" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | Last month

"james paget" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"York City is just announced $38 million in awards to build and expand for biotechnology centers. Right here in the Big Apple, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the awards go to these awards are going to fantastic organizations institutions in the city that do so much good that air so renowned Columbia University Monte Fior Einstein, the New York Stem Cell Foundation and Rockefeller University. You on New York City's president of Economic Development Corporation President James Paget tells us Awards will help this city become a global leader in the growing by of technology feet of sciences, is one of the fasters fastest growing sectors of our economy. Today's announcement is proof that we will continue to be the center of innovation and where the world's major economic trends first take shape. The biotechnology awards will of foster is stem cell research, disease cures and spur economic and job growth. Cases a cover 19 in New York, reportedly on the decline. Andrew Cuomo says New York's Corona virus infection numbers appear to be flattening as we move further away from the holiday season. We hope this continues, and we hope New strain, like the UK strain doesn't take over which could change these numbers in some spots, infection numbers or even on the decline, while hospitalizations increased by 37 statewide. Meantime, the governor says the state is very close to running out of its corner virus vaccine supply before the end of the week. I'm Bob Round for 77 w. ABC News w ABC News time 11 05 traffic, sports and weather next No, no one is a quick look at traffic and train hard. Debbie QE South Bend the cuts just go again Give the disabled tractor trailer in the right lane. Also the eastbound route 22 all jammed up with the Garden State Parkway with earlier issues and alternate side again today, in effect, I'm Joe Nolan with traffic talk radio 77 w A. B. C. Then shown the Dow's in the green.

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"james paget" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

The Past Lives Podcast

08:08 min | 3 months ago

"james paget" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast

"By the amount of spiritual growth love you've learned or gained And as you grow that much more and loved that much more vibrations are going to continue to increase and as a result. You're going to become brighter and brighter as an energy yourself. So it's all about Light energy love energy spiritual growth and the analogy. I often news is the reason you can't move up into a higher plane or higher sphere if you don't have the right vibration rate is not so much that you're not welcome. It's not so much that oh well you don't have the right paperwork. It's more about the fact that it's so uncomfortable being in that intense light that you can't stand being there. Imagine for example you got really used to like a really dark room and then all of a sudden somebody turns on these intense bright white lights. And you're blinded and you just can't see and you're like oh god i gotta get as ruinous hers physically. It's very much like that. It does hurt so that you don't wanna be in that space. So it's that's that's the analogy. I would use as to each successive. Severe is higher vibration. Higher light intensity higher love intensity. It's just that much more intense than that that much. More focused on the ability of the individual spirit had to have greater love and light now because of that a high level spirit person can go down into a Sphere that's the low them just like we could go down into our basement and take a look around or a basement without the lights on. That's not gonna hurt us. We can go look around and see things but if we tried to go into that really really bright. Bright bright room which squint and we'd be at hurts. We wouldn't wanna go in same idea. I guess the way. I try to describe it. I miss this link. To reincarnation is every life you learn lessons you'd come to spiritual and so you're more able to move up the space will at least that's what you try to do. The reason that Spirits often come back is to learn different lessons. And perhaps you might have. Come back in one incarnation to learn a set of lessons. You may have learned all those lessons. Or maybe a didn't you so you could come back to in reincarnate to try to learn those lessons yet again in a different form But more often than not you're going to learn the majority of the lessons you came to learn and then when you're learning your soul plan in between lives you begin to realize okay. Now i wanna start adding some new lessons to my lesson plan. I wanna start learning new things. I want to continue to grow and expand myself and is alternately. Abou- are you growing yourself for you growing your spirit. Are you growing to the point where you've learned so many things you can begin to take yourself and learn to love because again it all comes back to love. Are you learning lessons in In patients are learning lessons in Trying to see what it's like to be side. Maybe it's empathy. The need to learn usual different assets of the same thing different angles perhaps different portions of of what's really crucial to be able to grow ourself grower logged in greater love. You have a greater vibration. You may have the greater the ability that you'll have to move up to a higher sphere and if you look at different writings for example One of the best series of writings. That of automatic writing was from a james paget a lawyer in washington. Dc in the nineteen teens. Who had lost his wife. She kept on coming back automatic writings describing all the different spheres and described how was moving up a different spheres. Your mother was coming back she was describing how she was moving out the different spheres. So you're really. This has took extra of the architecture of what's choir. Why happens to these people. Are they learn how to do this. It's just a understanding right so okay. So let's say that you've gone through that process and you've moved up to the very highest level. And then what would you do. Well the very highest level say you've got the seventh level and then once you've got these pass into the seventh level on then above that you have the the celestial heavens referred to celestial heavens which is considered to be the kingdom of christ in that at that point you are considered to have an eternal life in that your spirit will eternally Be a a strong one on one relationship with the creator at this point. There's really only been a handful of people on relative to all the spirits that exists throughout time who've actually gotten to the Heavens many of them have been ascended masters. Many of them have been your disciples of jesus muhammad or buddha many of the people who carried one full spiritual wisdom win them. And that's really where You happen to be an and even the the special heaven's like they too had different spheres different so even within that you can continue to progress upwards in eventually you're getting closer and closer and closer to divine source energy until ultimately you become one with the creator you never lose your individuality but you'd blended with source you've become almost part of source bought is source kasit. You probably an impossible question. isn't it. Who knows knows but because you talked about the divine creator would kind of saying god but then as soon as you would use the word gold. Let's go on a package with it. Hasn't had right. That's why i liked to avoid using the word. God because god is very the connotation is religious and unfortunately people are so focused on religion that they wind up unable to see the forest for the trees. So i'll back off from God and i referred to Desk.

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"james paget" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:45 min | 5 months ago

"james paget" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"20 at WCBS New York City has announced a partnership with the Alexandria Center for Life Science on Manhattan's East Side. For covert 19 testing that generates results in 24 hours. James Paget is the president of the city's Economic development Corporation. From the very beginning of this, it's been clear that we cannot rely on the federal government for global supply chains. To solve our challenges. That's why we took matters into our own hands. We built over 8.4 million face Shields in New York City and four million gallons for hospital workers Way manufactured our own bridge ventilators and over half a million test kits for New York City. There were days where, Without those test kits, we would have been unable to serve patients. When they came in to be tested. Head of Sunni was on Long Island today, talking about how to contain Koven 19 on campus. More from WCBS is Sophia Hall, you can easily see here on the campus of Stony Brook University. The signs leading students to the area where covert tests are being performed. And Sunnis Chancellor Jimbo LA interests credits required weekly testing and students who follow the rules. As to why this campus has low virus numbers. Stoney Brook has done a phenomenal job of testing so they can be assured that the viruses that bay is controlled and you see it in the numbers. The numbers are very low here. A handful on ly. A few dozen students tested positive for the virus since August, 28th and although the president believes the school could handle many more students on campus Right now. 4700 live here. 80% of the students learn remotely, Malala Tre says why campuses like Stony Brook are doing everything in their power, especially with testing and transparency and compliance. If you don't do those things, people lose confidence in our ability to manage a campus like Stony Brook, Sophia Hall. Debbie CBS News Radio 8 80 School during the pandemic is challenging for all students. But there are big concerns about how kindergartners could be impacted, according to a University of Oregon studied nearly 20% of parents said they are delaying sending their Children to kindergarten because of Corona virus concerns. That's much higher than in a typical year. What about 4% of families delay the start of kindergarten. Public kindergarten enrollment in Nashville, Tennessee, is down 37% from last year that CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ula 6 23 at WCBS. Thinking about life insurance. Did you know in just a few minutes, you can find the best price from up to 10 price competitive companies for free you can with select quote. For example, George's 39. He was getting sky high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure..

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"james paget" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

04:31 min | 11 months ago

"james paget" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"Ricky Lindo left so that's another front court guy on So you know you still got good guard. But the frontcourt unless show Merrill becomes a thing like overnight which he does have the potential. But it's a total crapshoot with him. Still at this point The Front Court. Is You know back to those levels of ten years ago and it was you know you have bearing wife and and James Paget you know not to take away from those guys but You know you're really hurting for James. Patchy would would easily be your best big man on this roster as it's currently constructed. Yeah you know I think actually the thing that impressed me about Mariel at you know if he actually was healthy you know in the whole thing is he actually has decent hands decent feet can move is coordinated and you know. There's a reason that he had five stars at one point next to his name You can see that. It's certainly at a bare minimum. I could see him being a defensive. Shot blocking factor at the college level And I think Eric I al. I think he's he's a wild card right. You know next year he so capable and we've seen when he plays well how in control he is how he's able to get his shot how he's able to get to the rim and get to the free throw line and without Cowan. Maybe I'll take a big step up you know with the group that we just described and we didn't mention keen harder. Sorelle Smith you know potentially benched players. You know were panicking here. I can hear it in your voice in a bit in my own but the truth of the matter is that group without even counting. You know the the transfers that may or may not be available or freshman that may make an impacter or not making impact That group should be good enough for a top six seven type of finish in the big ten. Which would make you a tournament team. Right car is fairly solid things. One to relying on all those guys to improve basically I L you know. It's all mental with him. He needs to become consistent weekends. Does this jump shot. Come back more so you pretty much know what you have. I think Scott you have a pretty good idea what you have. The problem is again. There's just no death whatsoever you know you look at the rest of the roster. Who's WHO's a big tip proven themselves as the big ten not big ten. Just big ten caliber player really. Nobody and that's brutal. You know even the big ten this year death was an issue when you had these guys plus Cowan and Jamming Smith. That was still an issue. So that's the concern. They've gotta get two guys at least two guys Who are capable of helping them. Now you know recruiting is has. They've struggled a little bit recruiting the past year or two. It's hard to explain exactly why it's been a little bit of strange downturn but yeah. I mean I agree with you. I like the pieces. I think if all those guys are the their best selves than you know it could be a solid team but without without dance or really any big man You're in trouble. I mean obviously a big man but without any big man who can play. So that's why the next you know the next days or so is going to be crucial. You know deciding what happens next season? Yeah I think I think you know we've talked about this. Before what we think Maryland basketball is and I think you and I've been pretty much on the same page to me. It's like every five years you're in the tournament a minimum of four of those five. You know and you're competing for your in two to three sweet six two sweet sixteens minimum and one side of every five years. You've got a legitimate team. That's got a chance to make a final four and contend for a national championship. I mean that is to me. What Maryland basketball should be. That's sort of the second tier you know after the blue bloods you know. And and that's what it should be in next year would be sort of that off year where you may make the tournament. You may not But it's probably not a a deep into the into the tournament kind of team which means if he doesn't get a couple of these guys to really help out one is twenty twenty one. Look like where are they on the twenty twenty one recruiting front? Well you know. They're involved.

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"james paget" Discussed on Lore

Lore

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"james paget" Discussed on Lore

"At eleven a._m. But it didn't go according to plan the crown of students who had filled the medical theater were there to learn what they could from the subject on the table table but the work turned out to be more complicated than the lecturers had expected for the longest time the dead man's chest refused to give way to scalpel blades finally though shortly before the lecture was scheduled to end one of the medical instructors manage to cut through the corpses abdomen but when he did he signed with frustration it was just one more example of the same condition they had seen so many times before a sandy diaphragm ram the classroom emptied. All of the students had decided that lunch was a better use of their time and migrated out of the room when the theater was empty one student silently crept back inside his name was james paget in like all the other students he attended saint bartholomew's is in london because he wished to become a physician but he was also a bit more curious than most of them sneaking down to the corpse on the table he he carefully took a sample of the infected tissue that his instructor had called sandy diaphragm then pulling out a hand lens he gave the sample closer look and then con has breath there was more to the tissue sample than the small crystal like grains that earned the condition its name paget would later later go on to use a more powerful microscope and then right up his findings in a paper which he presented to a student group in february of eighteen thirty five sadly when he was beat to the finish line by one of his professors who discovered what paget was researching and then used his official connections to have his own paper submitted the royal society james paget's curiosity might have started the race but he lost because he didn't know the shortcuts what he discovered though confirms something that few of us are ready to accept. We like to imagine that we live in a bubble that our bodies are safe and clean and free from harm but if there's one thing that james paget's and others over the centuries have learned it's that we are far from the masters of our our own domain. We are in fact constantly at risk a heartbeat away from losing control vulnerable to a chance encounter that could threaten our wellbeing all being our comforts or our very lives. It's a threat that has taken the lives of countless people over the course of history and while some have made their life's work to study it most have been woefully unprepared for just how insidious it can be. We'll never see it coming but the effects have the potential to be absolutely devastating. I'm erin monkey and this is <hes> <music> <music> in the world of the ancient greeks one of the most important places in society where the temples they were places of worship and sacrifice build with those who came to pay their respects and those who worked within them to help make sure everything ran smoothly. There were priests as you might expect but there were also assistance known as acolytes who helped them do their job and one of the things we've learned about acolytes is that they weren't necessarily paid for their work instead. They were allowed to earn a living through a barter system in exchange for regular meals and place to stay. They showed up and perform their jobs. They lived off the system so to speak and that earned them another name peres sita's which literally means eating at another table in the millennia sense that term has trickled down to us from greek to latin and then to the french finally giving us a word. We've all heard before parasites today. That word has a bit of an unhappy connotation and for good the reason but back in the days of the ancient greeks it was originally a neutral term these acolytes metaphorically eight from another person's table in order to support it themselves and that was a normal and accepted part of temple life but around the fourth century b._c. That started to change the writers of a number number of greek comedies began to use the term in their place to refer to dinner guests who turned out to be a bit too difficult to kick out freeloaders we might say and the connotation stuck but etymology assign cultures around the world have been aware of parasitic relationships for thousands of years and in many cases they've treated them with respect in ancient china the relationship between a master and a student was often represented by the image of a wasp and the worm room in the literature of india that same respect can be found through positive use of the parasite and host metaphor then they built those metaphors by watching watching the world around them modern historians have studied ancient egyptian documents that describe intestinal worms and roman physicians recorded observing observing similar creatures inside farm animals and fish even though they had yet to be bundled under the modern term of parasites people have known about them for a very long long time and have studied and labeled them like any other creature for nearly as long but the real scientific exploration began when people i started to study how parasites spread for a very long time everyone subscribed to a theory known as spontaneous generation it was an idea put forward by aristotle's and his followers to explain where lower life forms came from humans and animals are born through reproduction but less complex life he suggested simply arose spontaneously for a very long while that theory was applied to parasites creatures like worms and bugs seem to thrive been a wet muddy environments so naturally they must spontaneously appear there but in eighteen thirty two french scientists discover that parasitic worms i actually lay eggs and most horrifying of all that ingesting those eggs can cause someone to become infected. Naturally there were <hes> brave scientists who wanted to put that idea to the test the italian scientist giovanni battista grassi infected himself with roundworms james and then studied his own feces days later looking for new eggs. Which of course he found and i know that sounds disgusting but he's far from the worst i defender in medical history that prize could very well belong to shimizu keough he was a japanese physician and scientist has to conducted his own experiment in nineteen twenty two by eating over two thousand roundworm eggs then he gathered hundreds of eggs from parasite he found inside a pig and fed those to his brother and while half of me wants to know how the other half of me just wants to stop thinking about it. Entirely what's fascinating about kino's work though is that when the eggs began to reappear it wasn't just in his feces both he and his brother developed bad coughs and they found parasites in the mucus that was expelled from their lungs. The worms had burrowed out of their digestive system and into their lungs which is horrifying yes but it also widened our understanding of how these creatures work but even that simple idea that someone needed to ingest the eggs of a parasite in order to become infected was eventually thrown out the door in eighteen ninety six german scientists named arthur loose was managing managing his own experiment when he became infected even after being careful not to eat his subjects it turns out his infection happened in a much more frightening way hi touch his parasite of choice happened to be the hookworm and after accidentally brushing his hand over part of the sample he developed an intense pitch in that hand the hookworm said latched on drilled in and then began to burrow into his body as a scientist. I'm sure he was absolutely the fascinated as a human being though i can't help but wonder if he screamed even just a little one last story about these wonderful a little hookworms the discovery that loose made was terrifying yes but it provided answers to an age old medical mystery for a very long time miners and laborers in the construction industry who spent a lot of time in the mud and soil would sometimes develop what was referred to as plumbers each or tunnel disease red had issued lines that grew just below the surface of their skin. It's probably safe to assume that it was called tunnel disease because of where they contract it but there's there's also a bit of irony there because what was happening was literal tunneling you see some forms of hookworms can't burrow from the skin to the digestive system get trapped just below the surface in sort of dig their way along leaving those red infected tunnels behind them clinically it all makes sense since and giving it names like ground itch or tunnel disease certainly helps remove the mystery. There's one other name for the infection that masterfully captures the full horror of the symptoms also hinting at something darker and more terrifying they called it the creeping gene eruption uh it's one thing to know that parasites exist we can accept that and even find a way to move forward but we're the true darkness creeps in is when we realized just how devastating they can be and we can thank one of the students of arthur loose for showing us that charles wardwell styles tells wasn't german like his mentor he was born in spring valley new york in eighteen sixty seven and after studying with loose at the university of leipzig he returned to to america to continue his work in the field of parasitology and it was just a few years after that in nineteen to that he applied his skills to a civil war mystery.

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"james paget" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

16:28 min | 1 year ago

"james paget" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Interruption hope you check out the sponsors. And now without further ado back to the show oh, there's a there record throughout history of diseases that kind of sound like they were probably chicken, Ella, even if we didn't know that nobody wrote like, oh, we found worms in their muscles, because nobody looked for them. But if you go back to like four or four e you find this wrecked record of a disease with severe dysentery, and there was a pain all over the body, and it was like, in certain parts of, of Sicily. And it sounds a lot like it was probably chicken, Illo modern day, scholars, thought, well, maybe this was a big outbreak of trick Annella. You find other times where there was something called the English sweat a pseudo. Souder anglicans. That was my wrestling name. And you find instances of this other fifteenth sixteenth, century. And the thought is that these might be outbreaks of trick. No. Somebody got like some sort of they brought down some wild game or something like shared it with a big part of their village, and everybody ate this meat and then everybody got sick and see these, like isolated outbreaks bunch of people got sick probably from sharing the big infected animal, and then it would go away. And they often called it things related to sweating 'cause you'd be a lot, you'd get the fevers in the stomach pain, and you sweat a lot. And then you'd get all this muscle pain, and you'd sweating and more. And so the sweating fever this wedding plague, sometimes it was called things like dandy fever. I don't know why Febres diarrhea because you got diarrhea and a fever. So all these different names throughout history, especially in Germany. There were a lot of cases that happened in Germany. They had a lot of problems of parasites, and so you saw a lot of these shooter Anglican cases. Of course, they blame the English. The Germans are like it's the it's the English. They sent the sweating sickness down to us. And again, it's all the same thing where you get descriptions of illness, that probably is stricken Alabi. We don't know for sure we think. So we didn't figure out the worm that was responsible until the eighteen hundreds. And there was like the nicest most like collegiate, little battle over who I discovered it, it's like a very polite. Controversy and it's really not between the two original guys, it's like scientists throughout history who write about it. So it's almost like they weren't eager to be known forever as Dr Paik warm. I really think it's like, well, we found this gross worm, it's so gross. Don't tell my kids. Founded on February second eighteen thirty five James Paget was he was a medical student and he was practicing at Saint Bartholomew in London. And he was dissecting the cadaver of this guy who had died of Burki losses, but he found in his muscles, all of these little white calcified, cystic structures. And he thought this was very odd what they were so called him an amac, you'll at first through the tiny little animals that hit him festive accurate, sorta sorta, and so Sordo their worms or animals, tiny animals. Yes. Yes. So he was it was sorta. Right. And so he started little stood up. Janet with no, no knowledge show. It was very impressive. He had to go like borrow a microscope because he didn't have a good one. The department like does anyone have a microscope. I don't know what these are need something microscope sucks. But I'm pretty sure there's little animals in here. So you wait around to leave found a good, microscope. And he started opening up these cysts, and he saw that these are these little larva. These are these little worms. And after he kind of made this discovery he got the help of his anatomy, professor, Richard Owen. And he got him to come take a look at him and he actually helped him with, like figuring out exactly what, what part was what, what are we looking at getting like a better dissection of the system, this kind of stuff? And so, when it all came to present it, and wrote this up, by the way, which if you're in the scientific field, you know, that, that, that's like a big deal he made this discovery. And he wrote a whole like paper on it to be published to send in to say, hey, I found a new worm that nobody knows about, and it might be responsible for some sort of illness, and we can figure this out, but he never sent it anywhere. You can you can still read it. It's like in the historical record, but he never sent it anywhere. He never published it because he said, you know what Owen is? Like he's a better known guy. He has a lot more. Respect in the community. So I'm just going to let my anatomy, professor present the whole thing. So Owen presented the findings at the zoological society of London later that year he called it the flesh worm. Oh. No, it's just the worst terrible name, just.

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"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The financial district in seaport is the newest part of the plan, and perhaps the most complicated and controversial James Paget has the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred ten billion dollars. It's also the most expensive mayor de Blasio says the hope is for federal funds, but the federal government isn't taking a proactive approach to resiliency, it's only in reaction to this Astor's. So we have to change that do I think the Trump administration is going to change it. No, we have a climate denier in the White House and that prompted questions about when he'll make a decision on whether to run the answer's simple sooner rather than later. Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins with the mayor in lower Manhattan. What's news time, twelve forty nine? A baby's death now being ruled homicide four. Month old Dominic? Green of Delaware was found cold and unresponsive at the Pennsylvania hotel in Manhattan last year in December his mother, Dominique green told reporters at the time that her baby was in the care of her stepdaughter and her step daughter's fiancee, she said the women were supposed to take the baby back to Delaware after a trip at wound up in the city. Police say it was a hotel worker who noticed the baby wasn't moving and called nine one one. They say the women caring for the baby were incoherence and drugs were found. They were arrested, but later released the medical examiner said the cause of death has not been determined wins. News time, twelve fifty a lawsuit was reinstated. Thursday against the maker of the rifle used in the sandy hook elementary school massacre. The Connecticut supreme court ruled four to three in favor of victims families who say the guns manufacturer Remington should be held accountable for the two thousand twelve shooting gun makers are protected by federal law, shielding them from liability in most cases. When firearms are used in a crime. But the ruling says that is not extend to how the guns are marketed, Nicole Hawksley six-year-old son Dylan was killed in the shooting. Hockley says the way gun makers market their weapons his reckless targeting. Young men such as shooter that took the life of my son. Gun rights. Supporters say the decision is judicial overreach. Twenty children and six educators were killed in that shooting. Forty nine degrees going down to forty five with a real feel of forty three hundred fair skies overnight, plenty of clouds, mild predawn shower in some distant, western suburbs. Low forty five wins news time, twelve fifty one.

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"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The financial district in seaport is the newest part of the plan, and perhaps the most complicated and controversial James Paget heads the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred ten billion dollars. Also, the most expensive mayor de Blasio says the hope is for federal funds, but the federal government isn't taking a proactive approach to resiliency it's only in reaction to disasters. So we have to change that do I think the Trump administration is gonna change it. No, we have a climate denier in the White House and that prompted questions about when he'll make a decision on whether to run the answer's simple sooner rather than later. Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins with the mayor in lower Manhattan was news time eleven forty nine. A baby's death now being ruled a homicide four month old dominant. Green of Delaware was found cold and unresponsive at the Pennsylvania hotel in Manhattan last year in December his mother, Dominique Greb told reporters green rather told reporters at the time that her baby was in the care of her stepdaughter and the step daughter's fiancee, she said the pair were supposed to take the baby back to Delaware after a trip at wound up in the city. Police say it was a hotel worker who noticed the baby wasn't moving and called nine one one. They say the women caring for the baby were incoherent and drugs were found there were arrested. But later released medical examiner said the cause of death was not yet determined. A lawsuit was reinstated today against the maker of the rifle used in the sandy hook elementary school massacre. The Connecticut supreme court ruled four to three in favor of victims families who say the guns manufacturer Remington should be held accountable for the two thousand twelve shooting gun makers are protected by federal law, shielding them from liability. In most cases when firearms are used in a crime. But the ruling says that does not extend to how the guns are marketed gun rights. Supporters say the decision is judicial overreach. Twenty children and six educators were killed in that shooting wins. News time eleven fifty one.

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The financial district and seaport is the newest part of the plan, and perhaps the most complicated and controversial James Paget heads the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred ten billion dollars. It's also the most expensive mayor de Blasio says the hope is for federal funds, but the federal government isn't taking a proactive approach to resiliency, it's only in reaction to this Astor's. So we have to change that do I think the Trump administration has changed. And no we have a climate denier in the White House prompted questions about when he'll make a decision on whether to run the answer. Simple sooner rather than later. Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins with the mayor and lower Manhattan wins news time, ten forty nine a babies. Death now being ruled a homicide four month old Dominic. Green of Delaware was found cold and unresponsive at the Pennsylvania hotel in Manhattan last year in December his mother, Dominique told reporters at the time that her baby was in the care of her stepdaughter and the step daughter's fiancee, she said the two women were supposed to take the baby back to Delaware after a trip at wound up in the city. Police say it was a hotel worker who noticed the baby wasn't moving and called nine one one. They say the women caring for the baby were incoherent and drugs were found. They were arrested but later released the medical examiner said the cause of death has not yet been determined. A lawsuit was reinstated today against the maker of the rifle used in the sandy hook elementary school massacre. The Connecticut supreme court ruled four to three in favor of victims families who say the guns manufacturer Remington should be held accountable for the twenty twelve shooting gun makers are protected by federal law, shielding them from liability. In most cases when firearms are used in a crime. But the ruling says that does not extend to how the guns are marketed, Nicole Hockley six-year-old son Dylan was killed in the massacre Hockley says the way gun makers market, their weapons is reckless targeting young rich disturbed, man. Shooter that took the life of my son. Gun rights. Supporters say the decision is traditional overreach. Twenty children six educators were killed.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"A date in court this morning. He was arraigned on a sixteen count indictment accusing him of lying to police about being attacked in Chicago. Correspondent Ryan burrow has more. Fairly short. Hearing Justice standing side by side with his attorneys before the judge let me know gonna be to formerly read the indictment have the outcome to read it or you can wave greetings. Guilty or not guilty. Personnel enters the judge allowing selected travel the New York and Los Angeles to see his attorneys with forty eight hour notice attorneys, refusing to speak following the arraignment. We'll be back in court next month, smell it has been free on one hundred thousand dollars bail wins. News time, eight forty eight police say a man was stabbed on a Brooklyn subway platform during the height of this afternoon's rush hour. The bystander was trying to break up a fight at the Smith street ninth street elevated f g platform it happened just before four o'clock to men were involved in the dispute the bystander intervened was stabbed in the arm. He was not seriously hurt. There have been no arrests wins. News time, eight forty nine grassy berms and removable barriers. Could soon be dotting the seaport and financial districts part of mayor de Blasios plan to protect lower Manhattan from flood damage a plan that would extend the shoreline by as much as five hundred feet protecting the financial district in seaport is the newest part of the plan, and perhaps the most. Complicated. And controversial James Paget has the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred at ten.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Had a date in court this morning. He was arraigned on a sixteen count indictment accusing him of lying to police about being attacked and cargo correspondent Ryan burrow has more. It was a fairly short. Hearing Justice standing side by side with his attorneys before the judge. Let me know if you'll be the formerly read the indictment me read it or you can wave reading. Guilty or not guilty. Meeting of the anti Mr. small. Judge allowing select to travel to New York in Los Angeles to see his attorneys with forty eight hour notice his attorneys, refusing to speak following the arraignment. We'll be back in court next month smell. It has been free on one hundred thousand dollars bail. Police say a man was stabbed on a Brooklyn subway platform during the height of this afternoon's rush hour today. The bystander was trying to break up a fight at the Smith street ninth street elevated f g platform it happened just before four o'clock to men were involved in a dispute the man who was stabbed was hit in the army did not suffer life threatening wounds. There have been no arrests wins. News time, six forty nine grassy berms and removable barriers. Could soon be dotting the seaport and financial districts part of mayor de Blasios plan to protect lower Manhattan from flood damage a plan that would extend the shoreline by as much as five hundred feet checking the financial district and seaport is the newest part of the plan and perhaps. The most complicated and controversial James Paget heads the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred ten billion.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Financial district in seaport is the newest part of the plan, and perhaps the most complicated and controversial James Paget heads the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred ten billion dollars. It's also the most expensive mayor de Blasio says the hope is for federal funds, but the federal government isn't taking a proactive approach to resiliency its own. In reaction to this Astor's. So we have to change that do I think the Trump administration is going to change a no we have a climate denier in the White House and that prompted questions about when he'll make a decision on whether to run the answer's simple sooner rather than later. Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins with the mayor in lower Manhattan wins news time four forty nine. A north Merrick. Couple has been arrested on charges that they were selling drugs from their home right across the street from a school Nassau County. Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder says Kenneth Reggio is a former NYPD cop his wife faith, regio works nearby. This guy is across the street from a school a daycare center, selling Oxy's out of his residents from the complaints that we see the cause coming and going all day long writer says police seized nearly one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in cash and more than two hundred prescription drug pills wins news time four fifty the black boxes from the Ethiopian Airlines crash are now in France for the investigation into the disaster. Correspondent Alex stone has the latest on the pros. The acting administrator of the FAA told ABC news he was hoping to quickly. Get some preliminary data from the black boxes in France to know, whether seven thirty seven max jets need to stay grounded by the end of the day. But now French air investigators say they won't even begin technical work on the black boxes until Friday. That means no information will be known until likely late Friday at the earliest United Nations has said that no UN staff should travel on the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight those planes were grounded yesterday by President Trump along with the max nine wins..

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mayor de Blasio wants to expand the Lower East Side of New York to use the extra land to keep the water out on the ten ten wins ring central Newsline. Here's our Sonia. Rincon protecting the financial district. Seaport is the newest part of the plan, and perhaps the most complicated and controversial James Paget heads the city economic Development Corporation and says the shoreline will have to be extended. There's just no viable alternative, but to build in the water why because it's eight feet above sea level and we're expecting six feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred ten billion dollars. It's also the most expensive mayor de Blasio says the hope is for federal funds, but the federal government isn't taking a proactive approach to resiliency, it's only in reaction to this Astor's. So we have to change that do I think the Trump administration is gonna change in. No, we have a climate denier in the White House prompted questions about when he'll make a decision on whether to run the answer. Simple sooner rather than later. Sonia. Rincon ten ten wins with the mayor in lower Manhattan wins news time six. In what may seem like an almost daily occurrence another democrat joined the race for president today. This time, it's former Texas congressman Beto roar. I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. This is a defining moment of truth for this country and for every single one of us. Iraq is Forty-six. He narrowly lost a Senate challenge to Ted Cruz. Two years ago is kicking off his campaign with a three day swing through Iowa. Now thirteen candidates in the race for the democratic nomination. And certainly more to come Democrats in the house of taken steps designed to make sure special prosecutor Robert Muller's report will be released to the public when it's complete by unanimous vote the house passed the measure with a handful of Republicans voting present the measure says wants the Muller probe is done. It should be released to congress and to the public, except we're public disclosure of any part of the report is expressly prohibited by law, if the Justice department decides against releasing the reports to the public House Democrats could issue a subpoena undercurrent regulation special counsel. Robert Muller is required to submit a final confidential report, and it will then be up to the attorney general to decide whether to release parts or any of the findings. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill wins news time seven actor jussie smollet appeared in court in Chicago today, but as lawyers spoke for him correspondent Ryan burrow is their attorney team at Glen announcing a not guilty plea on Jesse smarts behalf as he stood next.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dot com. Seventy seven. Fifty two degrees and mostly cloudy. I'm rob Dawson went the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven WABC. There's a lot of talking across the city and among neighbors on Staten Island about the shooting death of Francesco Cowley the man believed to be the head of the Gambino crime family. This guy was surprised to hear about the killing mob, boss. I never heard there is a somebody's Ma bushes around police on Staten Island are hunting for a gunman in a blue pickup truck. Kelly was shot several times outside his house and towed hill just before nine thirty last night and coming up at around two thirty this afternoon. The NYPD is scheduled to give another briefing. Also, again, be no crime family associate is being charged with last year's murder ever reported elderly mobster in Brooklyn, Anthony pan, drellich faces arraignment on various charges this afternoon in the killing of seventy eight year old Vincent Zito who had ties to organized crime breaking news in New York state. A panel of the pellet judges. Says a defamation lawsuit by former apprentice contestant summer zurve O's can perceive. She was among about a dozen women who accused the president of sexual misconduct, surely before the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The president said the women were liars and Servoz sued. The president's lawyers attended to block the suit saying the president can't be sued in state court. A panel of judges side of the supreme court's ruling involving Paula Jones and former President Bill Clinton which established that presidents can be sued for unofficial acts while in office. New York City is trying to be proactive in protecting lower Manhattan from rising sea levels five hundred million dollars is going to certain projects to protect the coastal areas. From storm surges president of the city's economic Development Corporation James Paget described the potential project to protect the two bridges neighborhood of lower Manhattan were in the process of designing and building a two hundred million dollar system of flip up barriers and floodwalls protect this. Neighborhood and also preserve the waterfront, mayor de Blasio says the federal government or private funding will be needed for the construction that he says could cost ten billion dollars and take years.

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"james paget" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And it's fifty four degrees in the name green lawn and forty-seven in central park. Eddie for high in the mid fifties has rain continues for the next several hours off and on heavy WCBS news time, seven oh. Three New York City's tech footprint is getting a lot bigger. Amazon is set to announce today, the Long Island city will be home to half of its second headquarters. Marla diamond joins us live with that model. And it's been the subject of much speculation. Steve now, multiple media outlets are reporting the announcement from Amazon could come as soon as today, according to the Wall Street Journal, the online retail giant will split its HQ to headquarters between Long Island city and Arlington county Virginia with twenty five thousand new jobs at each site. The city's economic Development Corporation entered Amazon's contest with about two hundred other cities last September at the time CEO, James Paget, touted New York's tech. Workforce second only to San Francisco. Need to go through throwing here at people a year. There were certainly up there. You know, we don't usually watch the lure people people come to New York City because. Not everyone is excited about this. Queens councilman Jimmy van Bremer calls New York's incentive package corporate welfare for the richest man in the world. Jeff Bezos, he and other say Amazon's expansion will stress a subway already stretched to its limits, Wayne, and Steve thank you Marla diamond Kirsten gillibrand just re elected to the US Senate has her eyes on a larger prize. Now, people have been speculating for a long time about that. And CBS to asked her about it thinking about it. I'm going to give it some long hard consideration about maybe running for president just last month. Gillibrand pledged to serve out her full six year Senator reelected yesterday, she told CBS tubes. Marcia Kramer, the deep divisions in this country are calling her to try to do something. It's seven oh five the trial of the accused drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman gets underway today with opening statements at Brooklyn federal court. We get a preview from Peter Haskell in old public service announcement used urge hugs not drugs. The judge. Judge in this case has a different take if drugged no, hugs. He denied a request to allow mud to embrace his young wife before the trial. Trump who is accused of running a drug cartel did netted fourteen billion dollars the government claims heroin cocaine and pot was shipped around the world. Coups is charged with employing distributors in even his San since he's been linked to nearly three dozen murders. The jury of five minutes. Seven women will be kept anonymous it'll be taken to and from the court by US marshals the trial is expected to last four months..

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"james paget" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"james paget" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are we being too harsh and will our approach with them now affect how they will grow up to be as adults in terms of what they will like or not like so why do we like what we like and how does our upbringing influence what we put in our plate this week questions are all matter of taste thankfully just up the road from here is a man who can give us some answers we've come to the ear nose and throat clinic at the james paget hospital in the east of england so i'm professional calfo put director these socalled avenue i have just had a lovely lunch by the having fish and chips why would they able to recognize them like that things k on when you eat food taste is i sort of cringe saudi because in english language generally abuse to main flavor flavors also made up of the of food so when you put food inside your mouth the travels backwards through your nose nop direction and it carries the smell of the food up into the top of your nose and so you do that at the same time as the taste sensation so you appreciate those two things together so you get flavor which is smell and taste gown on what's true tasted so true taste is salt sweet sour bitter and emami and you send that through the taste buds on the tongue and also in areas like the pilot and the back of the throat just behind the tone there is the possibility that we have taste receptors for water fat metallic sensations but also you think about it a bit more there's other things going on because food has texture so it might be crunchy it might be soft it might be spicier get heat sensation that's a chemical heat also might get a wholesome coach she physically hot and cold and then there's also what we talk about as a stringency which she might recognize if you think about difference too in a white wine and red wine this at a tannin's give that sort of pipe various texture to it so all those things that are building out to give you the context of the food so really the flavor of the is a whole jigsaw of different sensations but a massive eighty percent of it is down to a field survey and differences.

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