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Veteran career strategist LaVerne Freeman and a regular guest on our show is back to help you get that new job. She’ll discuss the highly successful training workshops created by Operation A.B.L.E. (www.operationable.net) that debuted in October and will be repeated in November. Reinventing Yourself, Staying Relevant and Strategic Networking are three of the power-packed sessions designed for older workers in job transition or getting back into the workplace. Modestly priced, these sessions will help Greater Boston area residents to step up their game, become more competitive while advancing their career options in industries across the region.
I am excited to facilitate these upcoming sessions and we’ll show how each one can help YOU land that dream job. Spread the word to your friends and colleagues who need a job makeover and aren’t afraid to become transformed!
And we will pay tribute to former Boston Mayor Tom Menino who just died this morning at 9:10 am. Truly a great leader and Mayor of the city of Boston.
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Book (s) Featured:
Mayor for a New America by Thomas M. Menino (Author), Jack Beatty (Contributor)
Poetry Speaks to Children by Elise Paschen
Do it Anyway by Courtney E. Martin
Just Kids by Patti Smith
Music by Charlotter Hoather
Sir deriva do francês antigo Sieur (ele própria uma contração de Seigneur que significa "senhor"), a partir do adjetivo latino sénior. No protocolo formal,Sir é o estilo correto para um cavaleiro ou um barão (o posto da nobreza do Reino Unido logo abaixo todos os pares do reino), usado com o nome próprio do cavaleiro ou com o nome completo, mas não com o sobrenome apenas.
Um cavaleiro (/ na?t /) é uma pessoa dotada de um título honorário de cavaleiro por um monarca ou outro líder político para o serviço ao monarca ou país.
A palavra cavaleiro, de Inglês antigo cniht ("menino" ou "servo"), é um cognato da palavra alemã Knecht ("servo, escravo").
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Sir derives from the Old French Sieur (he own a contraction of Seigneur meaning "lord"), from the Latin adjective senior. In formal protocol Sir is the correct style for a knight or a baron (the rank of nobility from the UK just below all peers of the realm), used with the proper name of the rider or the full name, but not with the surname only.
A knight (/ na?t /) is a person with an honorary knighthood by a monarch or other political leader for service to the monarch or country.
The word knight, from Old English cniht ("boy" or "servant"), is a cognate of the German word Knecht ("servant, slave").
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"This day will always be hard, it will never be easy to be close to that place where our lives broke apart. You are strong at this broken place. Compassion took hold of this city, and it was “a mighty force.Our support and love for you will never waver,promised the victims. We will never forget what this day means to you.”Former Mayor Thomas Menino
"The city’s recovery during the past year was “an enduring example of the power of the common cause, indeed, the power of love itself, That’s what community is . . . and I am so proud to be a part of this one.”Governor Deval Patrick
John Allin welcomes Dave Wedge to tonight's broadcast, Wedge is a 20-year veteran journalist, author and award-winning former Boston Herald reporter.
A Boston College graduate, Wedge was a top news and political reporter for the Herald for 14 years. He left the paper in November to complete his first book, “Boston Strong,” with best-selling author Casey Sherman. The book is due in November via University Press of New England and a TV mini-series based on it is in development by the team behind the Academy Award-winning film “The Fighter.”
At the Herald, Wedge covered a variety of local and national news and political stories, including reporting from Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2001, the 2000 Edgewater Technology office massacre, the 2003 Rhode Island nightclub fire and the 2004 and 2008 presidential races. He served as the Herald's bureau chief at both the State House and City Hall and covered the administrations of former Gov. Mitt Romney, Gov. Deval Patrick and former Mayor Thomas M. Menino, as well as the 2013 mayoral campaign won by Mayor Martin J. Walsh.
In the days and months after the Boston Marathon attacks, Wedge has been a go-to journalist for media across the globe covering the story, giving in-depth interviews and providing expert analysis for major radio and TV networks.
In March, he joined Boston political strategy/communications firm Northwind Strategies as a vice-president.
Larry DiCara joins us to talk the Boston mayoral race, the first transition in two decades. He's a long-term city councilor, candidate for mayor himself, powerful attorney, and keen observer of the city scene. His most recent book is Turmoil and and Transition, about the era of Boston busing.
We have a dozen on the ballot for the 9/24 preliminary, winnowing to a final pair for the first week of November; That's hot stuff her after 20 years of Tom Menino.
2013 started with a surprising announcement from the chief of one of America’s great cities. On March 28th Thomas Menino, announced that after 20 years and much consternation he would step down at the end of the year and not run for a sixth term in office. The mayor since 1993, Menino became Boston’s longest serving mayor, pushing and prodding the city from its provincial roots into one of the most ethnically diverse and globally connected cities in America.Big shoes to fill indeed. And not a moment passed before 24 would be replacements stepped up, filled out preliminary paperwork and announced their candidacy for mayor of America‘ 21st largest city...and the largest city in New England.That 24 was cut in half by the time required citizen signatures were gathered and requirements were met. And now there are 12 candidates all vying to fill the shoes of a Mayor so rooted in this metro area.Today we’ll profile all 12 candidates and one in particular: City Councilor Charles Yancey. Earlier this summer we interviewed Charlotte Golar Richie..and my goal is to upload audio clips of all 12 candidates by the September 24th Primary.It’s election time again, and we’re digging deep into Boston politics as we showcase the men and one woman who want to be the next mayor of Boston.
Please join our host, Maggie Li, for a discussion (in Mandarin) with Michelle Wu, candidate for Boston City Councilor At-Large.
Michelle Wu is an attorney and community advocate. Most recently, she worked full-time on U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren’s campaign, where she directed statewide outreach to communities of color as the campaign’s Constituency Director.
Prior to the Warren campaign, Michelle worked for Mayor Thomas M. Menino in the Mayor’s Office as a Rappaport Fellow in Law and Public Policy.
At City Hall, she created the Restaurant Roadmap guide (available on the City of Boston website), which for the first time outlined in one place the city’s restaurant permitting process from start to finish.
Michelle was also a driving force behind the Food Truck Challenge, which launched three new food trucks on City Hall Plaza. Michelle has a background in community advocacy, having worked at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center in Jamaica Plain, providing legal advice to low-income small business owners.
She also worked at the Medical-Legal Partnership at Boston Medical Center on immigration cases for survivors of domestic violence. Michelle has served on the boards of the Kwong Kow Chinese School in Chinatown, the Puerto Rican Veterans Monument Square Association, and the RoxVote coalition in Roxbury.
Michelle graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School. She lives in the South End with her husband Conor and her two sisters – Sherelle, a student at Suffolk University, and Victoria, a student at Boston Latin School.