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Suspended Los Angeles Councilman Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Charges
"Plea entered by suspended L. A City Councilman Jose We SAR. The multiple charges related to a pay for play corruption scandal at City Hall next 10 seventies Pete Demetriou working this story, he's life Force of the Roybal Federal Courthouse in a hearing that took a little over three minutes was our agreed to the withdrawal of his private attorney. He'll not be represented by federal public defenders when asked what the magistrate how he would plead to the charges against him. These are speaking to resume conference Window said Not guilty. Matter will now be sent to a federal judge John Walters, Quarterman Wednesday morning for a trial setting conference. Given the fact he's ours just changed counsel. It's more than likely his defense will ask for a delay and setting a trial date. On the grounds they haven't had a chance to go through all of the evidence, and the exhibits listed in the 113 page indictment specifies 30 for criminal counts against the councilman, ranging from bribery on the services, fraud and money laundering. Four other defendants in the corruption scandal, including former city Councilman Mitch Englander, have already pled guilty to charges of, or Judge Walter and are awaiting sentencing between December and February of next year. At the
Ex-Los Angeles Councilman To Plead Guilty in City Hall Bribery Probe
"Mitch Englander, eyes expected to plead guilty in the next hour for his involvement in a City hall bribery probe that recently also wound up getting a city Councilman Jose Huizar. The Feds accuse Englander of obstructing an investigation into whether accepted money escort services and other gifts from a real estate developer is facing five years in prison. The
Los Angeles - Mitch Englander To Plead Guilty To Obstructing Federal Public Corruption Investigation
"Not all the news this week was about corona virus that was a big development in the F. B. I.'s wide ranging only city hall corruption investigation former LA city councilman turned lobbyist Mitch Englander today agreed to play a plea deal we get details from KPCC's Sharon McNary when he was first charged two weeks ago former councilman Mitchell Englander pleaded not guilty to seven counts of violating federal anti corruption laws but now he's changed his mind the US attorney's office says Englander has entered a plea deal he'll plead guilty to one count of obstructing a federal investigation and the other counts will be dropped Englander was accused of taking gifts totaling more than fifty thousand dollars from a businessman during lavish trips to Las Vegas in palm springs in twenty seventeen the included cash hotel rooms expensive meals and time with paid escorts the indictment says the guests were from an as yet unnamed business person of then councilman Englander to get approvals for real estate development Englander faces a maximum sentence of five years federal
Los Angeles - Ex-LA City Councilman Mitch Englander Pleads Not Guilty To Corruption Charges
"Former LA city councilman Mitch Englander is free on a fifty thousand dollar bond hours after he was arrested in a federal corruption case the forty nine year old Englander was in federal court in downtown LA today to plead not guilty to charges that he lied to FBI agents prosecutors say he took thousands of dollars in cash and gifts from a businessman during trips to Las Vegas and palm springs KPCC politics reporter Libby dampen says according to the federal indictment Englander allegedly later tried to cover up those gaps including lying to the FBI repeatedly according to court documents having a staffer right a backdated shack that reimburse the businessman for some of those gaps and we're talking about you know of a very fancy trip to Las Vegas with the twenty four thousand dollar bottle service at a club ten thousand dollars in an envelope twenty five hundred dollars that allegedly a bill for drinks and dinner and a few hundred dollars for two escorts CPCC politics reporter Libby dank bent the federal indictment says the businessman involved in the case cooperated with the FBI Mitch Anglin represented LA's twelve city council district from twenty eleven to twenty eighteen he stepped down in the middle of his second term to take a job with an entertainment and sports facilities
Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti
"I'M GONNA jump right in to hormonal advantage. You know a few weeks ago my girlfriend I were having a conversation and it was before she was about to get her period and she was basically in a state where I won't get into all the words but you can curse on this podcast. And so she was like the gist of it was like this does not feel like an advantage right now. This feels like a big weight and a lot of women have thought that before. Why us we go through all the stuff then the top of that the gender pay gap and this thing and that thing and it just feels like. There's a lot of huge burden. That's there on women but in your subtitle you say hormonal advantage. Tell us what's more. I just love that. You bring right to the beginning of this conversation. The cultural narrative and mythology that we're dealing with right. We have inherited a cultural narrative that says that our periods are hormones are a curse that they're problematic that their mysterious that they're unpredictable that they're problematic and that there's nothing to be done and that you're going to enter the mythology is going to be painful and they're going to have symptoms and there's just nothing you can do. Just bide your time until menopause right. That's that's pretty much you know in the nutshell so to speak the narrative that we have the problem with this is a. It's not based on real science. Be It it. Perpetuates a huge behavioral problem for women which has them basically when you believe that something is supposed to be broken when you see it as broken you then do what you take no action right so puts them in in this situation where they don't think that there's anything to do and then they do nothing which then keeps them having symptoms. It's a vicious cycle. So you know it feeds then. It goes right back and feeds this cultural narrative this mythology. That says it's going to be a burden. It's going to be a big problem and women just feel stock and they feel unhappy and the truth of it is. It's completely false. It doesn't to be this way And and I figured out a way for women to liberate themselves from the mythology from the cultural narrative and also from the actual real symptoms to which you're so excited to share about. I can't wait to get into it. Let's talk origin story. Yeah what got you interested in this topic. And what education were you brought up with? And when did things shift for you? Okay so I mean for me I definitely have had my own run in with a hormonal issue That opened my eyes to the limitations of conventional medicine for chronic. Gyn issue so there. I was you know At Johns Hopkins planning to become an Obgyn and had sort of the apex of symptoms. With what I now at what? I now know to be the polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that no one knew that I had so you know at that time for at least seven years. I went undiagnosed I grew up in Massachusetts. I had access to Harvard trained gynecologists than of course at Hopkins. I had access to Hopkins trained gynecology. I had the best of the best and I went undiagnosed for seven years when I finally was able to get a diagnosis. It was through helping my gynecologist by bringing her a report from a medical journal that I had pulled out of the library at school to that had identified all the symptoms that I was having and I said I have this Kendra is what could you share. What the symptoms were. All I had I was. I was fifty pounds heavier than I am. Now I saw had obesity. I was covered face chest and back and cystic acne. I did not meant straight from the age of twelve to twenty two. I had maybe five bleeds two of which were chemically induced with synthetic progesterone. Which if anybody has done that knows that it is delicious experience and so you know it was and I was anxious depressed. Insomnia cle was a mess. Couldn't really function in my day to day. Life with any sort of regularity predictability. I would never know today going to be a day when I had energy was. I going to be in a good mood It was kind of a really negative scary isolating experience And then all the physical symptoms certainly didn't make anyone feel good about themselves. So you know in one of my insomnia coll- nights at the library. I like any young woman in her. Twenty s we do on a Friday night or Saturday night I was like researching medical journals in obstetrics turtles to figure out what was wrong with me because no one had any answers. Everyone was just saying. I'll just go on the pill and that'll solve these problems and I said but you don't even know what the problem is. They said that's true but we should try this anyway and I just didn't feel like that was good medicine for me to to without a known cause take medication for no accurate reason. I believe in more precision kind of based medicine so I found this journal this obstetrics journal and there was a little tiny article about The Stein Leventhal disorder that described my symptoms to a t and all the bells rang inside of my head and I said Oh my gosh this is what I have so i. I waited in the parking lot of my gynecologist office the next morning. She was literally like walking in with her coffee. And just like what are you doing here and I said well you know what I'm doing here is that I would like us to do to specific tests that we have not yet done that. I think will lead us to the conclusion that I have this disorder and she was intrigued enough and gracious enough without having an appointment to do these tests and was able to confirm my diagnosis that. In fact I did have polycystic ovaries and politico very syndrome. And when I I? I was so excited drew like Oh my goodness after years of confusion and dead ends and no answers to have something on a name for it. It was very validating since identity that I'm just crazy right. I'm not something actually going into something going on and I said excellent and I said so now what you know which is sort of like the new Englander in me like now. What do we do? Let's take action and she said well. Unfortunately there isn't really much that we can do for you. This is incurable. And you know we can. You're going to continue to have problems. The obesity that you have today is going to get worse. It might turn into diabetes You will have problems with fertility you may not be able to have children You will have an increased risk of heart disease and cancer. And I'm twenty at this time getting this prognosis after the diagnosis and asking for what support. My Medical Support Team was going offer me and she said we really just don't have anything we can. Just medicate your symptoms along the way and hope for the best but there's nothing that we can do and it was in that moment which I you know. You don't plan for these things. I wasn't like looking to react to particular way I was. It was all happening real time. But in that moment this very specific loud voice or see you know. I don't know how exactly to describe. It was just like that's not your future. An internal wisdom. Good way to describe it and I just repeated that to her. I said that's not my future. So he goes. I was terrified was very terrifying moment to just have to be facing this and so I just repeated what this voice was saying she said well what are you gonNA do. I said I'm going to go take my very expensively trained mind and figure this out and she said well. I'll be here when you want the prescription for the pill and first of all you chase me down on the Paparazzi me. And then tell me. I'M NOT GONNA listen. It was great you were forging your own journey so what happened from there. So that's I proceeded to really get deeply more into the research around functional nutrition epigenetics chronobiology Chinese medicine and really started piecing together what the endocrine system needs to be brought back online. Because fundamentally what I discovered in my research was that most of these conditions these castaway. Gyn conditions like fibroids like Dimitrius like P. C. O. S. Where there's nothing really that we have from conventional medicine to help women like us. That's why I called him castaway because we're kind of like left to figure it out. Is that this. They're fundamentally caused by systematic disruption. And if you simply start to support the endocrine system the body resolves the symptoms and it just works so efficiently and safely across the board for these different conditions. And that's that's really the origin story of my transformation. It was amazing to watch my body. Just recover fifty pounds coming off without deprivation without intense workout my skin clearing up and my ovulation and my cycle coming back. It came back at twenty two and has not left yet.
"new englanders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Join you for this high energy indoor cycling event benefiting the Crohn's and colitis foundation visits been four dot org to learn more depressed WBZ twenty four hour traffic network and the accu weather forecast now here's Brian Thompson will consider see a mainly clear skies for tonight it is gonna be colder as the wind dies down the twenty four in Boston that will drop to the teens in some suburbs sunshine and some clouds for tomorrow brisk and cold high of thirty four clear and cold night tomorrow night low seventeen still could be chilly on Friday with plenty of sun high thirty four but they will not be as much of a breeze as tomorrow and then it looks a lot milder for the weekend lots of sunshine both Saturday and Sunday I forty seven Saturday in your fifty on Sunday I'm active weather meteorologist Brian Thompson WBC Boston's news radio mostly clear thirty six in Boston listen to food for thought with Billy Costa and Jenny Johnson presented by the box enter every Sunday night at six on WBZ newsradio Jenny and Billy make the perfect commuter companion as you navigate through the end of your weekend learn about the newest restaurants into a good destinations in your backyard listed for your car home mobile device were smart speaker every Sunday night at six sponsored in part by peer to does he read these men's wear a tuxedo break away and the Salem waterfront hotel and suites your most reliable news source in severe weather is here WBZ storm center stay tuned to WBZ for traffic and weather together on the three to get where you need to go safely for decades the WBC storm centers help new Englanders prepare for severe weather and he's still here to help stay tuned to WBZ every day and every storm the WBC storm center is brought to you by plumbers nine one one if you need a plumber plumbers nine one one dot com thinking of buying or selling a home I think Christopher J. Barrett realtors in Wakefield or the Presti realty group in New for independent realty guild offices across the Commonwealth check realty Gil dot com because all real estate is local Jurassic world live tour sixty five million years in the making Jurassic world dinosaurs come to life in an epic adventure Israel experience Jurassic world live tour.
"new englanders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Crohn's and colitis foundation visits been four dot org to learn more depressed WBZ twenty four hour traffic network Brian Thompson with the accu weather forecast we'll have some rain at times for tonight there still can be a few icy spots across the western hills were temperatures will be holding nearly steady he'll be close to the freezing mark cross poster county I close to forty in Boston but we get up to fifty four in Boston for tomorrow that's a mid day high and then temperatures drop laid the Raynal and in the afternoon and then the Windle pick up will wind gusts up to forty or fifty miles per hour well the rain may also lends a little bit of snow northwest for ninety five really should amount to much of anything else first can call tomorrow night with clearing low twenty four plenty of sunshine blustery and cold Saturday high thirty four and sun gives way to clouds Sunday high thirty six AM accu weather radiologist Brian Thompson WBC Boston's newsradio god like rain and forty degrees in Boston your most reliable news source in severe weather is here the WBC storm center stay tuned to WBZ for traffic and weather together on the three to get where you need to go safely for decades the WBZ storm centers help new Englanders prepare for severe weather and he's still here to help stay tuned to WBZ every day and every storm the WBC storm center is brought to you by plumbers nine one one if you need a plumber plumbers nine one one dot com start the new year off by feeding your family right with richly marbled and high quality meats from the produce families farms certified humane beef and pork free range organic chicken and more all one hundred percent antibiotic free with no animal by products delivered from small family farms right to your door shop produce selection of products online to produce farms dot com and save ten percent on your first order and receive free chicken breast with the code.
Fans All Over The World Are Sharing Kobe Bryant's Moving Oscar-Winning Animation 'Dear Basketball'
"Since the death of Kobe Bryant just over a week ago a multitude of memorials have sprung up around the world many of them showcasing his academy award winning animated short film dear basketball luckily for us new Englanders we can catch the film not the monster wrought college of art WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with Nate from Lewis the director of exhibitions and public programs with the organization about their newer show entitled the animation show of shows twenty years and counting really excited right now we have the animation show of shows twenty years and counting which is a two part exhibition kind of highlighting the work of acne Filmworks and its producer and founder Ron diamond runtime as in putting together production for twenty one years of the very best animation from all over the world from emerging to establish hand drawn three modeled and in this exhibition one half of it is set up more like a movie theater or screening the nineteen show of shows which includes a piece side your basketball with Kobe Bryant Glen Keane and John Williams on the other side is a selection of works and directors from the acne still works our production stable and that includes you know we just really wanted to show the breadth of the media you know right here as much from two thirds of our students are illustration animation graphic design and we want to make sure the galleries the show again the bread to what's capable over teaching these wonderful students and so right now you know these people who are going there are always they're the ones who are going to side what animation is and does and how it functions and kind of see this order to get to stand upon I think is really important for them in the timing with the Kobe Bryant video can you talk about that sure so the Kobe Bryant video dear basketball you're probably familiar is a illustrated reaction to this two thousand fifteen announcement of leaving the league so it's a beautiful poem and he had hooked up with Glen Keane whose name that might not be readily familiar but he is a Disney superstar everyone from Aladdin our E. L. targeting the beast any major digi character you probably known about linking as one who designed that along side of that he's working with John Williams Star Wars jobs ET lord of the rings so really it's like two of the most heavy weights and it's a beautiful video that is autobiographical but really about perseverance passion of spirit and right now given them the more contemporary context it's it's more of an elegy it it's it's quite it's quite powerful right now of course because the galleries are so dark it's reverential in there to see that so it's a really beautiful piece I know right now to the thing at least since the tragedy they have been all the postings pretty all over the place here right now call with production company has been taking the reins on it a little bit and my understanding is because they're actually playing it this Cup coming Oscars so the two thousand eighteen winner in in tribute to Kobe they'll be playing again at the two thousand twenty one coming up in just a few days so in a fraction of the way it is almost accidentally here at much run sort of a tribute to Kobe very much so you know right now as far as I know we are the only institution that you can view this video not illegally at least so you know something to I think it is a testament to the power of storytelling a testament to the power of art to kind of allow people in story to live beyond their terrestrial tying
Many Enjoy Warm Weather ‘Bonus Days’ By Heading Outside
"Record breaking high temps Saturday and is WBZ TV is Paul Burton tells us Bostonians took full advantage of it from the links in north bridge to by pass in Lexington folks walked outside to take advantage of this unseasonably warm weekend rising because usually it's freezing out there just like bonus days and I'll take a man I can live with this weather all year long runners in shorts it took to heartbreak hill to get into much needed marathon training because it feels great nice change up no snow no ice so it's perfect weather run outside got those treadmills it's pretty amazing to have a good day of marathon training in the middle of January and we didn't have to go to Florida all these new Englanders no this is not
"new englanders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good up past landfills parkway in ninety three is clear into southern New Hampshire miking for WBZ's twenty four hour traffic network earlier action now with the accu weather forecast some clouds around early tonight then clearing later on low thirty two but that cloud cover quickly returns tomorrow a little bit louder with a high of forty three mostly cloudy tomorrow night with a bit of snow beginning late evening the could be mixed with rain near the coast not much in the way the tribulation expect but there could be a slippery coating keep that in mind heading into Wednesday morning's commute we have the thirty to thirty four for an overnight low and windy on Wednesday as clouds break for some sunshine will be a few flurries around high forty two other accu would reveal temperatures in the twenties and windy and quite cold on Thursday despite a good deal of sunshine hi thirty two active Phil temperatures in the teens I like your weather meteorologist car Erickson WBZ Boston's news radio mostly clear thirty six in Boston twenty twenty means a new year a new you and the new run an encore Boston Harbor you can win a twenty twenty Maserati live Mante or fifty thousand dollars cash this January when rewards members earn entries January first through the twenty fourth with one hundred winners with up to five hundred dollars free slot play every thirty minutes from two to six thirty PM at seven PM one lucky winner will drive away in winning fashion winner wards members multiplied or sweepstakes chances every Tuesday through January twenty first for the terms conditions apply to learn about responsible played as a game since MA dot com your mom most reliable news source in severe weather is here WBZ storm center stay tuned to WBZ for traffic and weather together on the three to get where you need to go safely for decades the WBC storm centers help new Englanders prepare for severe weather and he's still here to help stay tuned to WBZ every day and every storm the WBC storm center is brought to you by plumbers nine one one if you need a plumber plumbers nine one one dot com Dr Rosie from name medical spa our team of certified estheticians and registered nurses will customize treatments to make you look and feel like the best version if you visit us in Somerville then feel Darwin Chester or online at me medical spot dot com my nose seven checking wallstreet Dow gained sixty nine closing out this Monday at twenty eight thousand seven hundred three SMP up eleven nasdaq rose fifty one winning mask daily lottery numbers drawn tonight five eight zero five fifty eight oh five sports fourth quarter wizards lead the Celtics by five Dan right in my tied continues now I'm not help WBZ Boston's newsradio well we took action last night to stop a war we did not.
"new englanders" Discussed on KOMO
"Recently told the New York Times book review that Rick Atkinson's book. The British are coming is the last great book. He read Pulitzer prize winning writer, Rick Atkinson joins us on the KOMO news line, and Rick, what prompted you to write about the American revolution. You've written about several wars. But what our readers gonna learn that they didn't know already? Learn quite a lot spent fifteen years writing about the American role liberated Europe in World War Two and when I finished up the obvious thing would have been a pivot to the Pacific, but frankly, I've just been fascinated with the revolution since I was a kid tells us, who we are where we came from what our forebearers believe, and, and I think the most profound question, any people can ask themselves what they're willing to die for you also believe that if we didn't have George Washington, we wouldn't have United States. Why do you say that about George Washington, George Washington, first of all, when he shows up to take command of the continental army, he has a lot to learn? He's been in uniform for five years. Sixteen years earlier, as a Virginia, militia Colonel in the French and Indian war up, and he's really quite green forgotten a lot, a lot of never do a lot to learn about leadership about the mystical bond between later lead quite sneering about these new Englanders who formed the bulk of the army, that he's now commanding. He becomes the. Indispensable man great responsibility in largest. The most we can ask for many of our national years. In fact, we should demand it of our national leaders, even though he's got feet of clay like all human beings, and the man who proverbially could never tell a lie embodies traits that I think every citizen today holders prune north is incorruptible. He believes in a cause larger than himself. He's absolutely the bottle of honesty and probity. So he is the indispensable man commanding what firms out to be the indispensable institution, which is the continental army you spent a lot of time with the Washington Post, and now, people are talking about our democracy being in jeopardy. Democracy dies in darkness. What do you say that the country's founding principles were and compare that to what we are seeing in the current government? What are the lessons may be that we should have learned or need to remember from our past? Well, one thing that we should all remember is that democracy is everything done. It's always something. A people must be doing Archibald McLeish the poet and librarian of congress told us that a long time ago. And I think it's quite true. And I think that if we think that the founding fathers just handed us this gold plated democracy, and all we need to do is drive carefully. That's incorrect. We've got to understand first of all, where we came from we got understand the basic principles of the country. We've got understand the essence of democracy. The fact that this democracy was aspirational when it started. It was not nearly as tolerant as the Republicans today. It was not nearly the size. And majestic is we've got today. But constant reaffirmation is the duty of every, I think, and I think that, that is something that the fathers recognized and it's one of the lessons that we have to grow out of the American revolution constantly reimagining, what democracy is in your? Recommitting yourself to the fundamental principles of it. And you can hear more from brick Atkinson tonight at the downtown Seattle library. He speaking at seven o'clock, the new book is called the British are coming, and we really appreciate you taking time and talking to us. Thanks for having me. Six thirty nine at KOMO news. How much you making these days. Well, the state saw the salary increase for the average worker up five and a half percent last year. Works out to an average raise of more than three thousand dollars. Washington employment security department. Economists balturick says the average salary now a little more than sixty five thousand dollars a year as we move onto sports now a Harley exterior sports desk. Joy in Saint Louis concern in Boston. Komo's Bill Swartz talking Stanley Cup hockey at the Harley exterior sports desk. A wildly entertaining and surprising Stanley Cup finals game seven in Boston. The Saint Louis blues scored a pair of goals in the first period, the grab a to nothing lead on the Bruins. It's been a pitcher's duel in Minneapolis between the twins and Mariners Seattle threatened with a couple of baserunners aboard in both the second third innings, but failed to score the M's ramp up that Minnesota series tomorrow morning from rules mistakes to dead. Pass and lack of rain. The story surrounding the last four US Open's has been much about the management of the golf course as it had been shots by the players because of that, recent history, including the two thousand fifteen US open at Pierce county's chambers bay, the US is under a lot of pressure to get it right at Pebble Beach this weekend. Champions envy, me and this position because there were fifty different opinions. That's the man under the microscope, US, g a senior, managing director of championships, a Lakewood native lakes, high school, Elim Jon Boden hammer US, open round one starts tomorrow morning. Seven thirty tonight Tacoma's Cheney stadium host the fourth round of the US Open Cup soccer tournament between rivals Portland, timbers and Seattle..
"new englanders" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Partially covered marinara sauce from the spaghetti next to it? You'd be rightfully ashamed if you ate that plate for dinner at your house, or somehow, convince the chef to serve it to you in a restaurant. But if you're at a Vegas, buffet anything goes you. Shovel those fish eggs into your mouth after housing a huge chocolate Sunday. So that's what you do. Shovel the food. See. Kev rue. Is it who is? Yeah. Go ahead. All right. Lori morning. How's your Tuesday? So are it's good. What's up? Well. Food for you. Yeah. With headed probably. Oxtail soup. I have had oxtail soup. You have had, sir. Do you like it? I do. Oh, what do you like about it? The, the taste. Yeah. Yeah. I have had oxtail soup at at a restaurant, she's, I don't even know. For ten years ago like that along those lines. All right. Thanks three. One two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Here is Tony on WGN. Hey tony. Good morning morning. What, what the Memphis years ago, as a side with the spaghetti? Oh, yeah. Which gotta gotta meet topping to. It's really good accent to travel there, but just a little on the different site is, it's a little little something to get used to though, when you think barbecue. Barbecue spaghetti? Just seems a little bit weird, but it's actually not bad. Yeah. Anybody called the Springfield. They're hot. What they called the hoax. You lost. Yeah. The to ace that, okay? The hamburger Patty, the French fries. The gravy the cheese. Oh, sure. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Or Xu or Xu horseshoe. That's right. A horseshoe. Yeah. H h? Yeah. It's a little different. That's all right. Tony, thanks. Take care. Pennsylvania scramble, the ultimate breakfast meat. It's not just meat. There's something else going on in there, too. Yeah. There's traditionally a mush of pork scraps and trimmings combined with corn meal, and we'd flower. Right. It's pan. Rabbit is it's because of the, the Dutch name is pan Haas. Okay. So I don't know. I've had scrapple pretty good. Yeah. I like it. Could be just seems like kind of just a loaf just Meatloaf kind of like that. But fry it up. New Hampshire says great nuts ice cream. The granite state may have taken its nickname a little too literally with this ice cream. Take one delicious. Creamy cold treat and then completely ruined it with Grandpa's favorite cereal. New Englanders may argue that this adds a crunchy counterpart to the lush desert, but the texture and flavor of concrete pebbles and, and a chip filling is something we need, like a buckshot in the back of the head. We just expected more from those who whose motto is live for your die. Great nuts. Never been a fan of grape nuts. No. They're neither. Great nor nuts. It's irony in a box. Yeah..
The Power of Sports: Could it be the answer for uniting us?
"I don't know about you. But when you get. Democrats independents and Republicans in room watch out right watch out. But when you put. Democrats Republicans independents in the sports arena. Or in a sports bar. What happens? They're rooting for a team. So the question. Which I think is brilliant that we ask is the power of sports. Could it be the answer for uniting us? Well, that's exactly what the book the power of sports is all about in and its author. Michael Sarah's Suzuka was with us, and Michael it's such a pleasure. I know that you're a you're on the faculty right now at BC so Boston College. So are we are we just we are over the top though in New England, aren't we? Yeah. Certainly certainly is is the case. And I'm not a native new Englander. I'm from San Diego, but both by virtue of work and by marriage. I've come to know quite intimately the passion that local here and across New England. How sports and I think passion is probably putting it a little lightly. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Okay. This is I think a brilliant idea. But it's true. The minute. We start rooting or hating or whatever it might be. There is something magical. About us watching sports activities together. Yeah. Magical, and I would even put it a religious, frankly. Yeah. Argument one arguments the book is that we live in this era of really deep Raghman tation really passionate polarization and partisanship as as you mentioned a second ago, we're deeply torn apart in all kinds of ways, politically, that's kind of obvious. But I I actually think we're also really fragmented when it comes to our pop culture tastes, it used to be the case that people had three networks three TV channels to choose from every night. Now, they have thousands of channels to choose from millions of websites on and so the degree to which we're kind of all on the same page tends to be fairly rare in our modern culture. But sports is the one exception to that sports is kind of the last thing that keeps people together around the water cooler to talk about what happened last night sports is the last form of common culture. And so in that sense. It's vital in that sense. It it it is a powerful in a in a spiritual unifying way for the masses. When you see? When we go back to win the Red Sox after that horrible horrific drought where we didn't win anything for so many decades. I mean what it was ninety years eight years. It was crazy. Yeah. Yeah. And when when they won that first World Series grown men grown men and women were the tears were pouring down there at whizzes, though. They owned the team. There was such a. Vested interest. In that game. In those games. Yeah. And you know, the I think one of the main reasons for that is that people invest a tremendous amount of their identity in their favorite teams who you are is who you root for and who you associate with is who you root for. So when you look at just the way in which people base, their identity and formed their communities around these powerful. What I call them the book sports totems, right something handed down across the generations. Like an heirloom. You know, people are buried here in New England in their Red Sox caps and their jerseys and their they do that. And there's that sort of passion to pass it on to the next in Raynham. It's not like that in other parts of the world. No, it's too. It's too. It's too a more accentuated degree here. I'll give you that. I live in I live in I live in the north end. And and the waterfront area, and so you can always tell when there is a a Bruins game because everybody has their Bruins shirts on you can always tell when the Celtics are playing, and what makes it even more delicious experience living down here is that we have a lot of the Bruins living in this neighborhood, and they're interacting with your kids. And you know, it's like they just had this absolutely spectacular game the night before and there, they are with their kids, and the and the little girl is screaming and crying because they're ice cream just fell it, you know, it's just like so cool to see that part of it of the story as well.
Geostorm will give residents in Northern US and Canada rare chance to see aurora borealis
"A solar flare that erupted back on March. Twentieth is giving some people in the US and Canada. Maybe even here in New England. The rare chance to see the Northern Lights. It's also known as the Aurora Borealis the Northern Lights occur. When electrons hit earth's atmosphere. Space weather forecaster, Jonathan Lesch with Noah says, depending on a few factors New England viewers might get lucky, but we don't really know how well the plasma will connect with earth's magnetosphere until it gets here if it gets here, and it connects particularly well, it could be a little bit stronger than we forecasted. And if that's the case that that helps people in New England bring that Aurora a little bit further south and make it a little bit more pronounced. We'll keep our fingers crossed less says for us new Englanders the farther north you go tonight with a clear dark sky. The better chance you have of seeing the
Loomo: Mini Transporter Meets Robot Sidekick
"Team and the robot apocalypse is mostly on schedule for deliveries that is. Twenty nine thousand nine self-balancing, manuafacturer segue. Started by new Englander deep came at. They're announcing Luo delivery limos autonomous cargo robot that waits in the lobby of your office building for your Kita or UPS delivery guy. Takes your pie and finds its way to your desk.
Airbnb rules clear another hurdle after 3 years of debate at L.A. City Council
"Besides their primary residence the plan was pushed by councilman Mitchell. Englander he says the so so-called. Vacation rentals are different than short term rentals and should be allowed with minimal restrictions councilman. Mike Bonnin was among those who objected telling the LA times that Englanders plan was quote a Christmas gift to the short term rental industry. The city says its goal now is to pass ordinance governing vacation rentals by next July. That's when the new short term rental rules would take effect if they pass for KCRW. I'm Darrel sets men and a city council committee is recommending giving a nearly one hundred million dollar public subsidy to accompany proposing to upgrade the convention center and expand existing hotel.
"new englanders" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Outbreak outrage of the day today. Well, yes, there were many cases of deranged leftist out and about over the weekend. The associated propagandists deleted and insulting tweet about president George H W Bush only after a major backlash the tweet read like this, George H W Bush patrician new Englander whose presidency sword with the coalition victory over Iraq and Kuwait, but then plummeted in the throes of a weak economy that led voters to turn him out of office after a single term has died. He was ninety four the reference to Patricia new Englander wasn't really necessary was AP. In fact, they gave Fidel Castro more honorifics than they did an American president, Sarah Palin and door disgusting treatment after her house was damaged by that you jerk quake on Friday. Again, a lot of the trolls on Twitter. Again, wishing her family harm saying she got what she deserved it. Just the the hatred on the left that's out there today is just almost too much to bear. And then they're singer anti-trump actress and singer Bette midler went too far way too far on Friday, saying Robert Muller should hang the president and his family good in high following Michael Collins, guilty plea earlier this week. So here's what she tweeted. Trump Trump Trump Bob is marching Trump Trump Trump, and here is why Trump Trump Trump? He's gonna hang you. Hang the family good in high. That's a really special. Eight fifty one that is our outrage of the day. We'll tell you about our good buddy any steel, and he is incredible. Achievement record when it comes to selling homes two hundred and fifty last year alone. And he has Remax component team. Again, we have been telling you why it's not a secret. But the fact that it's hard work, and it's getting to know your your customers, and it's.
Marriott data breach effects half a billion people
"Chris Seaton's KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. What's going to happen? When Ellie city councilman Mitch Englander steps down at the end of the month. Council person at our western is considering bringing backing lenders predecessor whenever there's a vacancy the people in that district loose. So western says, he's considering appointing former councilman Greg Smith to temporarily fill the north west San Fernando Valley seat as a voting member until a replacement is chosen through a special election. And if we can match up dates and choose to go in that direction. The folk in that council area will not go one day without having a member on the council to protect the resources in that district and lender says in a message the city on the district should be so fortunate he'll be leaving to take a job with the oak view. Group. Western says his proposal would require council approval. Cloudy, Utah KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Canadian national who was living downtown LA charged with scamming people out of more than five million dollars in a Ponzi scheme. Assistant US attorney at schlieffer tells can exit the man, duped neighbors and others into investing money that he claimed those going towards his business the number of things among these were furnishing victims with fake Bank account statements showing balances and the hundreds of millions of dollars, which didn't exist and also named dropping celebrities and superstar athletes such
What is Emotional Eating? Here's What You Need to Know
"Today. Vincent, I will be speaking with Arlene be Englander, author of the bestselling book, let go of emotional overeating and love your food. This is a topic that I can certainly relate to is used to weigh over five hundred and fifty pounds. So we're very excited to have her on the show. Arlene, welcome. Hi. Thanks so much for having me on your show. It's really a pleasure to be here. A pleasure having you. Thank you. Yes. As Gabe said, emotional overeating is something both of us relate to it's it's been a factor in my life since as long as I can remember, so I guess my first question for you would be why do people do this? Why do we overeat based on how we're feeling? Yeah. What are the motion have to do with hunger in beginning to tackle this subject? The first thing we really need to do is look at the death. Finish in of a motion over eating and how it is different from healthy eating the definition that I use with clients, and it used with myself, in fact, as well is that emotional overeating is eating neither for pleasure nor for the satisfaction of hunger. But eating in a desperate attempt to distract ourselves from painful thoughts and feeling so with actually both qualitatively and quantitatively different from healthy pleasurable, truly satisfying eating and once you've develop and awareness of this. We're actually eating in a manner that is a tempting to cause the process to do something that is isn't supposed to do where at the first very very important step towards moving forward about a year ago. We did a show on why people use retail therapy. Do these do retail therapy and emotional overeating have a lot of overlap and their symptomology there the tremendous amount of overlap between emotional overeating and misuse of other substances gambling, drinking even even pornography than being addicted to the net to the point that we're not having any real relationships there from Mendes overlap, and the reason that's often the case is because what's truly the issue. Here is that we are not managing stress in an effective way to free us to really be in the moment and present and comfortable with ourselves. So we're turning to a substance to do what we really need to learn how to do for our cell speaking on on my own history. I think I've been an emotional overeaters since I was gosh, pro- probably. A preteen really? My childhood wasn't what you would call an exceedingly happy when I mean, it wasn't without happiness. But there was a lot of there's a lot of negative stuff as well. And it seemed that the time that the the only thing that I knew would make me happy was eating something yummy. So I relied on that quite a lot. So you you were using food to soothe yourself and to distract yourself from threats. Weather, unfortunately, because at that point you weren't able to look at what was causing you distress. Which was both the outside experience that was happening to you as well as what you were saying to yourself that was adding to your pain, which could have been negative labeling. I'm a failure. I'm no good. I'm just that the other or should I should be doing this or that he should be doing this or that or all or nothing thinking. My world is no if you had been able at that point who have spoken to yourself answered back in a more, compassionate, logical, soothing way and find other healthy ways to deal with that stress. Then food would not have been your sole source of escape and also to be fair back in those days talking with anybody about how to deal with stress that that just wasn't wasn't done. I hear you. There was a stigma. Yeah. Totally different VIN. And I are both from a small town. So talking about their feelings in small town again many many years ago because we're not getting any younger. It really wasn't heard of for me food also represented sort of tactile memory, for example, one of the things that I used to do when I was very stressed out suffering from a lot of depression as I was I would. Eat a sheet cake, and I've literally eat the entire sheet cake because it reminded me of birthdays, it reminded me of happy events in my life because we celebrate as as Americans. We celebrate with food.
"new englanders" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"You know, really bad games early in the season Jacksonville, Detroit. They came back. They held Miami to seven looked like would never played before. They did a really good job against first half walk on the Thursday night game. They looked really good. And then all of a sudden they gave up a bunch of points in the second half any you're saying. All right. Maybe maybe that's just the second half thing. Then Kansas City. Their offense is great. But still you lost forty points at home, that's not ideal. And then they give us thirty one to the bears. I think it's a very good defense. I guess my question would be even need a great defense. You can't have a bad defense when the Super Bowl, I don't believe. But I think you can have an average defense football beverage defense. Now the way the role where the poetry sport. So with the offense that they have I think it's good enough. But they still need to improve. Can we talk with them? According to every week on our show there. So they've given up so many points. They they gotta figure. That out. What's what are the biggest issues on defense at this point as far as what you can tell I I mean? A lot of different areas to be truthful. I mean, their their linebackers are not the most athletic, and they can get beat with tight end running back out of the backfield can beat them. They've given up some some shops on the ground their secondary strike and at times, it hasn't been defined Gilmore more uniform a Bill that Cuba. Great you probably on their best defensive player to this point. But the guy lining up on the other side, whether it's hurt a lot or case coordinate. Those guys have given up some big place. But I think it does go back to the linebacker where they Hightower will slow start to the season. He was coming off of an injury. They locked you want that we will pick Avila promising rookie. He went down the other guys have been out. They just okay, rich. The final thing we always bring this up with anybody. We have on from New England what in terms of Brady and his future and the stuff that happened in the off season and not showing up the otas and even gronk in the rumors about you know, trade and all this other. Stuff with Brady though, specifically and even with Bela check, rich how are fans approaching it in New England are they is Brady on a year to year basis. Does anybody have any idea what's going on with his future, and whether he's getting along with ballot check or any of this stuff is actually true. The one thing you can ask everybody and everybody has their own answer. Again. Everybody thought about everybody yet. I think you play this year and next year. I think that is it other. Hey has polo forty five I'm gonna take the next forty five something somebody want to think about the quarterback. And we know how bad it's going to be around here. We're back. They don't want to think about it. And then the other if they win the Super Bowl, you might walk on. So it's really you talk to ten people. You might get you know, six or seven different answers rich Keefe W, E radio from the Dale and show rich. Thanks for coming on with us this morning giving us some time. You too. Thank you very much. It is eight fifteen game tonight. As Tom Brady brings the patriots into town looking for yet. Another win hit would be his twenty twenty-ninth against the bills and thirty two career starts and one of those games was he was done at halftime. It was the nineties bills artists record against the patriots. And they just walk over him every single time the reverse. Yeah. I I don't know about walk over. I'm sure I mean, right Kelly, and those guys would I don't even know I'm sure they have a winning record. There were some tough games in Foxborough starting in the ninety s they back to. Yeah. I guess you'd start with eighty eight I suppose. Yeah. It's it's patriots new Englanders. Buffalo to flip it around. All right, whatever it's New England. So I'm looking for ELLs here. Yeah. From nineteen eighty eight to nine hundred ninety four the patriots won twice. Okay. So let's out of whatever for one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven. So there were two and eleven for a thirteen game stretch. But the patriots also won every game between one thousand nine hundred three in one thousand nine hundred seven okay. Yeah. The dark years bills won every game from nineteen seventy one to nineteen seventy five. Wow. That's weird. Long dominant stretches. And of course, this one for the patriots is lengthy. Only. It's only three in a row. Let him is that all the street gets Kobe percent right seriously. That's why it's it's, you know, the games Brady starts and finishes. If eaten them twice. I mean it happens like every eight years on the average let let them win the Super Bowl this year. The last time. The bills beat Brady was meaningful. Brady discount up. How many wins? He has eleven since. Then eleven of his wins have come since his last lost at the bills twenty eleven right. Yup. There've been eleven Brady wins in a row over the bills since that lasts loss. I feel like I'm piling on. But his last six games in orchard park. They're averaging thirty six points. Get ready book it book, we're going to get a Brady has X number of touchdowns which is more than every quarterback except for right? Like the rothlisburger standing Cleveland. He's got more touchdowns than all the Browns quarterbacks, right? Why do we live in this world? I mean, if you're the patriots, you might just troll the world, we're going to do you know what they're gonna do. They're going to roll the bills quarterbacks. They're gonna Brady since two thousand bells quarterbacks that have started since two thousand one and they will roll the twenty nine on the screen as they will. And maybe for you know, what's in giggles. They might throw in the coaches that have been here. And you know, the stat that the bills are getting hammered over the head with is how they have fewer touchdown passes. Then everyone receivers have more. If Brady throws three touchdowns tonight. It'll be hey, braids got three tonight. The bills have three on the season. Yeah. That's the one that's getting hammered harder than any other one. Look football's looking at fill material if they're thinking that this thing's going to get out of control in the second half. They gotta find a way to fill time with something. So I got my my guess is. That's when you're going to see some of the stuff, I will come back for extent. Sports in a moment program reminder salads on today. No instigators today. No instigators tomorrow, Sal, bringing the extra point show today from ten to noon and again tomorrow from ten to noon on WGN. Progressive.
"new englanders" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Faces. Right. Well, RJ has had another great season here. He has ten seven and one so far. Let's talk about this week. And we'll start with our Los Angeles. Rams. The only undefeated team left in the NFL. They've got the San Francisco forty Niners. How's this went gonna play at RJ who going with the forty Niners, plus the ten points, and that's the important part plus tan, here's the thing. Rams are the best team in the NFL. Right. So let's enjoy that as LA people. And it's just true. But think back to the best team in memory. I think the patriots at undefeated year up to the Super Bowl. You would say in Vegas would agree. Best team if you would have played on new Englander last nine games of the year bat damn you were one in eight ATS, even though against the sprite, even though they won all but one of those games once a team gets. So clearly good. The public wants to bet them so much. They make them so expensive ten is a is a ridiculous point. Point in San Francisco. Yes. I mean, the Rams seemed like the score scoring thirty thirty five points every single game. Now, this is the first you'll take the Rams that I'm of course, I'm Vegas guy. Yeah. You're really affirming the point the casual fan doesn't want any part of betting against the Rams. That's why there's value by the way third straight road game for the Rams so a little bit tired and their ten point favorites. So they just got to win. They're not worried about margin. San Francisco actually looked mighty good last Monday night. Even though they lost Jimmy G forty Niners. Plus ten I love though, that RJ was like your prove my point people that don't know what they're doing. Right. I heard it too. And it's all good..
"new englanders" Discussed on WEEI
"Thursday night football. We found out all about Kareem hunt who the hell this kid was right? He just had a coming out party and game one and went off like gangbusters at the patriots expanse. Patriots a lot like the Steelers to me terms of living off their laurels. I mean, look we saw the patriots get embarrassed by Detroit is a horrible team. Right. And then we saw the patriots do a number on then undefeated Miami team. You still got twelve and you still got ballot. Check. All right. So that's going to be in your favor. But I'm telling you if Kansas City comes in and has their way with this patriots team. I'm a new Englander. I may think that hey, this dynasty's kind of come to an end close itself out. I mean, really how greedy can you be right? Look, look how much you've gotten seventeen years of ruling the roost and five titles. I mean my God. Most people don't see that in two or three lifetimes sports is cyclical. My baseball team had won three out of five World Series. And now they can't get out on her own way. And even make the playoffs. It's going to be a long time probably before they do again. I mean, that's just how it goes. I gotta get in the back of the line after I was king of the mountain on my block per se for awhile my football team is right there with them. We're not even gonna get into that eight five five three two three four NBC have to step aside. Pay the bills, you know, how it goes? We'll take you back out to both Milwaukee and Boston as the road teams both the Astros and dodgers victorious. It's the Bush leagues. On NBC sports radio. That's NBC sports radio dot com. A quarterback Kurt Warner. And you're listening to NBC sports radio. I.
"new englanders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"More than a thousand more people in South Carolina are now being asked to evacuate over growing flooding concerns. Residents living along the Lynch's river in Florence county are being told to leave there. Homes. The state's emergency management division says rivers are rising and should continue to go up until early next week nine people have died in South Carolina, so far due to hurricane Florence. And there are about eight hundred customers without power people under mandatory evacuation orders are being told. They should expect to be away from their homes for some time. Rob statler NBC News Radio staff at the blue hills. Observatory in Milton are remembering the hurricane of nineteen thirty eight on the eightieth anniversary of that. Massive storm WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with the head of the observatory about why six hundred eighty new Englanders died in that hurricane wind gust of twenty six miles an hour was recorded while I was standing high atop the blue hills observatory and it was pretty intense. But that was nothing compared with a one hundred and eighty six mile an hour gusts recorded here during the hurricane of thirty eight the blue hills. Dr William Insinger says there was no weather radar back. Then most forecast. Did not see the category. Three storm coming people were completely unprepared women's church group went to the beach and was actually a sunny morning. They thought it'd be a pleasant day to go to the beach twenty people amongst that group died simply because they had no idea that hurricane was coming. One. Boston weather, man. Charlie Pierce predicted the hurricane was coming. But senior management overruled his.
"new englanders" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Slash f, f, f ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. And now for this week's smartest fan of the week brought to you by ZipRecruiter. I turn it over to Daniel up, so we had a bunch of people that came in with submissions this week. I was actually really pleased that we had so many emissions. I wish I could read them. All. Okay. The question is if you could tell gate with a one member of the six one. Oh, assize ju- picky AVI n y, you know, there's been a lot of debate about this. Oh, okay. So this first one comes from Thomas O'Mara. Yeah. Yeah, it would have to be Matthew because if we were barbecuing and we ran out of propane they could just use all the hot air coming out of his mouth. Nice Artemije leader the clubhouse throat. Well, done and true and true by the way that was, I thought that one was pretty good. Got this. Next one comes from Nate. Stander figure tailgate with number the six. Oh, no, it would be Stefania nice because what better way to reserve an adjacent parking spot than with a cone. We have a better one so much better than hot air. So much. Good. So good. The leader right there. Great. That's so great. Okay. Did just my name. Nice. All right. I'm not so sure about the rest of that. This next one comes from Lahti, Moses. Okay. While field would probably make amazing food or let's be real have occurred. And he'd have incredibly stylish gear. I would find the entire experience anxiety inducing choosing what to wear, trying to engage in witty banter with super beautiful. Apple, teeny seeping, new Englanders right now, I just want to feel great about myself without having to hustle. And for me, that means hanging out with Matthew berry, right? I have a full head of hair, a decent sense of humor. I read at least one book year meaning I can just roll up in the morning, a pair of sweat pants and a t. shirt feeling pretty confident and ready to seal all of Matthew's friends. Once they realize how much cooler I am than he is. And who knows I may even end up in the host by the end of the weekend. Not bad. That was pretty good right there also true by the way, all drink apple teens, like everybody knows that I drank beer beer and apple teens are here far on the other side of the spectrum as you could. Possibly, I will say this, it would not surprise me though. If you showed up at a tailgate, if you're hosting a tailgate, if you had like thank perfect apple cart with the clock. I think people can see you mixing an apple behind, like some sort of ear makeshift makeshift bar in the in the parking lot. I could just see you doing that you in shape in and matching outfits. Jio colored maybe. All right. This one from Keighley Bacher. Okay, easy. I'm tailgating with not cool, Keith because I want to get in on that free Bud Light.
New Englanders Are Seeing More Great White Sharks
"A Massachusetts researcher s looking into the reason young great white. Sharks have surfaced near some waters in the New England area marine, biologist Greg Scoble says the presence of these juvenile sharks Could be contributing, to more encounters with humans because the young sharks tend to favor the large fish that. Anglers also prize Cape Cod authorities meanwhile are, worried, about what, happens after. Labor Day when lifeguards leave the National Park Service says beach closures from shark sightings have more than doubled this year and a sixty one year old New York man was severely injured after a shark. Bit his leg August fifteenth off of Cape Cod the international. Shark attack. File in Florida. Says the attack is among thirty seven worldwide
Mitch Englander, LA and Twitter discussed on Gary and Shannon
"Go if they. Have to I guess if we get the order to go We'll get. A few more, things. But the more important things are put away right now firefighters say. This fire's being driven by fuel, such as grass brush and. Some timber a new federal plan would let commercial loggers thin forests north of. LA to prevent wildfires Andrew Madson with the Los Padres national forest says it's an area that's about fifteen different fires in the last twenty years what we have out there now is a lot of dead standing trees that would represent a lot of ready fuels in the event we. Had a new. Wildfire star a conservation group for the area says it's just a political ploy to let commercial logger get around regulations so they can produce more, timber in national forests the man accused of fatally shooting Long Beach fire captain Dave Rosa has died in. Jail the elderly man had been in jail at county USC medical center for pre existing health issue and he was charged with capital murder for allegedly setting off an explosion at a retirement home back in June, then shooting at the responding firefighters LA city councilman. Mitch Englander has unblocked a gun rights group on Twitter that group says it was unable to respond to the tweet from Englander about his proposal to ban ownership of three d. printed. Guns in a letter the group pointed out a federal judge has ordered the president to stop blocking people on Twitter. Englanders office says. That gun group was blocked in. Air or some time in the past, a new study of lab results is found that Lyme disease has spread to all fifty states Quest Diagnostics is four. Hundred eighty three people were diagnosed with the tick-borne, disease. In California last year that's nearly. Triple the number of Lyme disease cases in California just two years earlier Hasbro says it's investigating, claims at some place school crayons tested positive for specis the Krantz were found in thirty six pack sold at, a dollar transit cargo the advocacy. Group that ran the. Tests say those crayons were also sold online And lady Gaga has announced she's got to Las Vegas residency, in the,.
Mariners rough up Rodriguez, Red Sox
"Like the red sox returned to the field at fenway tonight the second of three weather permitting against the mariners boston game where this series last night fourteen to ten and turned a lefthander eduardo rodriguez for the game to start iran enters fourth in baseball with nine victories on the season he's won six consecutive starts including his last which was a nine three w against the same seattle team on the road at home he's five and one on the season and explains here his philosophy when he takes them out try to do just go like for which is why all the time like throw throw i try my bitches i try because i know a lot tried to just get like quake our jobs like strike one in working pretty good rodriguez will face mike leake for the ams opening pitch at fenway scheduled for seven fifteen at the nhl draft plenty of new englanders selected today in dallas to in the third round tyler madden from hartford jordan harris of hateful michael callahan of franklin went in the fifth round of the coyotes six round pittsburgh chose boston native liam gorman and riley who's of westwood pick by the rangers in the final round as for the bruins in order they went axel andersson defenseman from sweden center yaqoob loco from the czech republic curtis hall who's committed to yale dust mcfaul the canadian blue line are headed to clocks impove l hsien from russia speaking of the kremlin at the world cup defending champion germany still alive thanks to it ninety fifth minute goal stunned sweden two to one other winners today mexico and belgium golf paul casey a one shot lead third round play continues at the travelers championship down in cromwell connecticut lpga a it's mingy lee and nasa hot yoga atop the leaderboard after the second round up the north west arkansas championship nfl that's major league lacrosse boston cannons in new york tonight and at the.
Boston, Bernie Sanders and Congress discussed on Real Estate Radio Boston with Rick Scherer and Ali Alavi
"The calendar but new englanders are bracing for some very summer like heat forecasters say temperatures in boston on monday could approach or even top the record of ninety four degrees set back in nineteen twenty nine for the day date humidity will be high as well making it feel much like triple digit heat across much of the region state police are investigating an early morning crash on route ninety three in braintree left a twenty nine year old woman did investigators say the top woman got out of her car on saturday after she lost control and struck a guardrail police say a second car then slammed into her vehicle pushing it into the woman and killing her the driver of the second car brockton woman was taken to boston hospital seriously injured bernie sanders son is one of the eleven candidates seeking the democratic nomination to run for congress in new hampshire but levi sanders is not getting the support of his famous father senator sanders says he doesn't like dynastic politics although he's proud of the work is son is done he says he's on his own i mike lynn wbz news what iraq kicked up on my windshield and cracked the glass i knew who to call new angle glass replace the windshield in record time plus they did all the.
"new englanders" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Biz talk radio welcome back it's frankie boyer and i i wanted kate genevieve to come back because this story is just it it's it's a it's an important story for every single mother father aunt uncle grandmother anyone that is involved with children you must listen to this story her book is called hat tricks from heaven and you know those of us in in boston especially in new england and we are very into our sports and part of it is that a lot of the borough especially hockey and and a lot of the bruins live in my neighborhood is matter of fact and i'm not dropping names is just that i was walking layaway early this morning in charro charro intersected with us and said good morning i started to pick up his kids birthday cake is twins birthday cake the other day for their birthday their second birthday it's just you know it's not a big deal for us because we see them all the time so sports is a big deal in in our area with that being said kate welcome back tell us a little and so we we are we are we are really are us us new englanders are obsessed with our sports absolutely absolutely my boys played all through high full college christopher are i'll because that's what most people call him he got a scholarship at high school anyone onto planes college traveling all over the place with him and and it was really a lot of fun i gotta say he was the son who was a great kid he's respectful he just came down with this disease this epidemic just took over him because of all the injuries he had from hockey and football so so he started to because of the injuries he became addicted to the medication that the doctors prescribed correct boxy kodo tell us a little bit about the road that that you all went down as a family and how it blindsided you yeah well when he was in ninth grade he went from public schools or private school caveney academy and he's got his first injury an ice race you know that was okay he moved on he went played hockey he had another injury in his junior year that made us concern because it was a shoulder injury now he was.
"new englanders" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I mean so first of all i will say tara i know that people raked over the coals and the australian survivor finale i did with yana where i kept saying tara that's like the new englander in me i guess but i will say i will say tara another older mom tara on oceanic survivor i feel like there's a factory that's producing them at this point we atari comfortable interesting situation where she is a fulltime mom but she she runs a charity she's an adrenalin junky we just talked about you know she does bungee jumping she drove a car into a moving truck on a racetrack sure she was not part of the amazing race australia versus new zealand because that sounds like a task an extreme school and she sounds all right you try to catch up to this truck on the the interesting thing about tara is that she comes from this very you know specifically independent perspective she says that you know since her teen years seventeen she moved out of the house and as a centrally been on her own but the downside of that is that she said she likes to be in control and she says that she doesn't really have any survival experience outside of you know chopping things down and lighting fires and she also you know we talk about doing some crazy things or things crazy happening in your life right before coming onto the island she lost her father five weeks before going out to the island after losing her mother to breast cancer eight years ago i know that she said in an interview like i'm gonna get it all out now but i mean to quote you know carla i think that the two just quote josefina i know keisha i think the the stress cycle it's going to be completed out on the island with tara because i think look at someone like timber tina who experienced this tragic incident and you try to push down but i do i subscribe to rob theory that as.
"new englanders" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Five biz talk radio welcome back it's frankie boyer and i i wanted kate genevieve to come back because this story is just it it's it's a it's an important story for every single mother father aunt uncle grandmother anyone that is involved with children you must listen to this story her book is called hat tricks from heaven and you know those of us in in boston especially in new england and we are very into our sports and part of it is that a lot of the brewer especially hockey and and a lot of the bruins live in my neighborhood is matter of fact and i'm not dropping names it's just that i was walking layaway early this morning and charo charro intersected with us and said good morning i saw him pick up his kids birthday cake his twins birthday cake the other day for their birthday their second birthday it's just you know it's not a big deal for us because we see them all the time so sports is a big deal in in our area with that being said kate welcome back tell us a little and so we we are we are we are really are us us new englanders are obsessed with our sports absolutely absolutely my boys played all through high school and college christopher are gene because that's what most people call him he got a fellowship in high school and then he went on to claim college i travel all over the place with him and and it was really a lotta fun i gotta say he was a great son he was a great kid he's respectful he just came down with this disease this epidemic just took over him because of all the injuries he had from hockey and football so so he started to because of the injuries he became addicted to the medication that the doctors prescribed correct kodo.
Dave Chappelle sued by guy who threw a banana peel at him
"A banana peel a dave chapelle during a twenty fifteen performance in santa fe new mexico is suing the comedian and a man presumed to be his bodyguard christian englanders lawsuit contends the bodyguard struck him twice as he was being restrained englander who is white said the banana attack wasn't racially motivated but that he was angered by something chapelle who was black said during the show englander had face criminal charges but those were dropped because chapelle was not willing to participate in the prosecution lisa lacerra fox news radio wwl ob fm and am next with maine's total weather from channel eight wmd w cbs forecast brings rain sleet and snow crotty person slippery roads this evening and early tomorrow morning is tomorrow will be in the mid fifties though and rain showers in the morning those warm temps will melt at all way we'll look for more rain late wednesday afternoon into the evening with windy conditions for thursday mostly sunny highs in the.
"new englanders" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Team's tough new englanders moved around in clouds of breath doing the slick sidewalks shuffle we found stephanie coming speaking out her car are you a her bearing great others were dealing with the unpleasant results of a violent storm cars rosen in a parking lot turned to lake of ice in revere massachusetts and flooded basements after high winds sent waves bursting through a sea wall in scituate that combination of wins tied and a super moon produced the highest tide this area has ever seen the waters of the boston harbor are nearly ten feet below where have standing right here but at the height of the store the seawater surged up in over this war and it to the downtown streets subway and basis boston wasn't alone in her misery in queens new york francis anti johnny learned a hard lesson i think people should stay room because luck i guess like many demonstrated the kindness of strangers this woman was rescued from her second floor by a man and his front end low her in own a dog a new york volunteers with the spca went searching for neglected pets they found sparky who neighbors said had been left outside all morning he's now warm and safe it's not expected to get above single digits here tomorrow and there's a possibility of more snow on monday but hey might actually get above freezing then jeff i should know winter is barely two weeks old hard to believe don our thank you very much the upper mid west is used to cold not this cold dean reynolds is in chicago five degrees above zero is risk but five degrees with a is is brutal like vita scale about it outside anyone outdoors was facing polar gusts blowing across the northern tier and deep into the mid west wind chills were nothing to sneeze at greyling the like ice age colder and cleveland then greenland colder in minneapolis then murmansk gnomes the word in north dakota elsewhere robe crews near cincinnati scrambled to repair a water main that picked a lousy time to break fireman fought flames and eyes during an early morning blaze in chicago the detroit river froze over and the chicago river looked well on its way lake michigan's shoreline was no place to swim at this basement apartment chicago city workers were called to rescue eighty four year old geneva taylor who lives here without heat or hot water oldmonied israel.
"new englanders" Discussed on NPR News Now
"News islamabad recordbreaking cold weather is surging over much of the us the national weather service has posted wind chill and freeze warnings from the us canadian border south to the gulf of mexico some conditions are dangerous windshield warnings in the midwest the northern plains and new englander far below zero national weather service meteorologist mark shipyard says new storm watches are going up we do have now from winter storm watches that are actually an effect as far south as portions of the florida panhandle they go up through the coastal carolina um and that into portions of southern new england i'm again film uncertainty but at looking like will have a system move up the coat that could bring a wintry mix of weather the associated press his warning as many as eight people may be dead from the cold the us customs and border protection agency says its computers are back on line major us airports they were off line for two hours last night thousands of airline passengers waiting to get into the us were delayed this is npr south korea is proposing fresh talks with the north korean government this comes after north korean leader kim jong un suggested he might be willing to send a delegation to the winter olympic games next month in south korea but in the same speech kim also warned his country's nuclear and missile programmes were continuing the longtime head of the new york city ballet and its affiliated school of american ballet resigned monday evening peter martin's has been accused of sexual harassment jeff london has more the seventy one year old danish choreographers submitted a letter of resignation to city bellies board and they accepted it martin said been accused of sexual misconduct in in in nonemissive letter and an independent investigation was underway while he took a leave of absence several dancers spoke to the new york times and washington post with allegations of sexual harassment and several others have spoken of verbal and physical abuse martin's.
"new englanders" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I don't even at i can just hear it in your voice stand that the weather is gorgeous out there otis it's it's it's it's sunsoaked here it is so i hear that that's something that happens out there all right lap i give you thirty seconds before let you go and a un dan karcher will rejoin us was sky sox warm up i the sixers celtics swab as our resident new englander what say you man i appreciate it and vinnie age came out and said that he was going to take i've marquel folts and so or he hinted at that in so looks like they're gonna go for swing man in jason tatum adjust jackson and it's just like it's been years and years of this with the aim stockpiling draft picks and then trading more of them away so as a as a fake dan you just want to see what the end result is going to be and you don't want to wait too much longer to see what that result is going to be but if they if they can swing it they're gonna get a free agent or to like gordon hayward a good swing man to come in and have it and i mean i don't know what he it better be hoon this masterplan for for any rather than later let lead lead say gordon hayward goes the miami that's another place that hot and heavy after um but let's just say does would you as a celtics fan tape paul george for a year way no absolutely not 'cause you gotta give up stuff to get him and then you know he's just going to go to your bitter rival in the los angeles lakers in and it's just not worth it so now not even a key from away for one year no no good if he wants to go the cavs find let him lachance phillips go grab a but and then and then jimmy butler to i'm not sure jimmy butler wants to be a celtic.