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Fresh "70" from First Morning News
"For this time of year of anything. Temperatures stay in the sixties at night near 80 degrees during the day, really, not a bunch of rainfall. As I said, looks like it's going to be a pretty good week. All in all, except for maybe that shower chance on Thursday. It's a little unusual for August isn't usually hot around here now. Yeah, usually about 85 70 for the high low split, And as I said, we're doing 80 and about 65. That means the suburbs in the fifties and over the weekend. I think Albany on Saturday morning up at Albany, they had a record low temperature like 48 or 49 degrees, so unseasonably cool air mess. Unseasonably cool air massive place in this northwest. Well, all right, very good Meteorologist Race stage, with the forecast. Now at 504. This report is sponsored by Wendy's Breakfast. Wendy's only serves one kind of breakfast, a better one. For a limited time. The sausage, egg and Swiss percent. Bacon, egg and sister Salt and honey butter Chicken biscuit are two for $4 limited time. Only price and participation may vary at us Wendy's single item at regular price This is the first morning news with Joe Bartlett 7 10 w. O R. Well new restrictions and mandates are coming for the city today, with too many people still unvaccinated and the covid positivity rate increasing Mayor de Blasio is set to.
No Outdoor Water Use in Colorado's Glenwood Springs Until Monday
"For Glenn It springs water customers. An advisory was set up by the city of Glenwood Springs Saturday night and ask Glenwood Springs City water customers to restrict outdoor water use until Monday morning. The city says rainfall dumped heavy debris into both the Roaring Fork River and no name Creek. They say the water is currently okay for indoor use and consumption but might be a little cloudy. Outdoor water use includes things like watering your lawn washing cars or filling pools. The restrictions in place until eight o'clock Monday morning. Joel Hyland K away news radio. I 70 through
Fresh "70" from Red Eye Radio
"70 or 84 70. Can you boulevard out to the airport is good 36 between here in Boulder. There's nothing slowing you down and you should be if it make your time to the tech center And I'm 25 Funk City. One pinpoint weather It's going to be very big Cloudy with a high 84 Slight chance of rain and the little 60 tonight. Currently it's 65 with your impact traffic and weather. I'm Carrie l boss 6 30 K Home Murder in Illinois is the new true crime podcast that attempts to answer the question who really killed the Von family in 2000 and seven Chris Vaughn's wife. Even three Children were found murdered in their SUV. Chris was arrested and convicted, though he claims to have no memory of the events. Both the prosecution's theory and the defense's theory are incorrect. That's.
Mudslide Traps Over a Hundred Motorists Overnight in Colorado
"And over 100 motorists were stranded on a Colorado highway this week after mudslides shut down the interstate. The Colorado Department of Transportation says the motorists were trapped on I 70 in Glenwood Canyon overnight on Thursday, and about 30 of them took shelter in the hanging Lake tunnel. Crews were able to clear a path to rescue the travelers. On Friday morning, I 70 and Glenwood Canyon remains closed as flash flooding continues to create mudslides and the burn scars of the Grizzly Creek fire in western Colorado.
U.S. Gymnast Simone Biles Has Withdrawn From Individual All-Around Competition
"Gymnast Simone Biles won't compete in the individual all around competition tomorrow. She had withdrawn from team events yesterday. Citing mental health reasons. Mark Adams is a spokesman for the International Olympic Committee. He says the IOC is committed to helping athletes in need. There is in the village on top of all the psychologists and so on that we have there. There is also a help line in 70 languages. Um, which will keep going after the Games. USA Gymnastics says that Biles will be evaluated daily on her ability to take part in next week's individual events. The U.
COVID Variant Adds to San Francisco Residents Worries
"Remember that moment just about a month ago when it felt like everything might be okay, the economy was opening, people were starting to pack restaurants and bars in the Castro district. Lots of people were out celebrating high vaccine rates were so proud of San Francisco groups of friends toasted to good times ahead. Oh, hey, everybody is so in a better mood, the exhausted healthcare workers were feeling it to doctors were experiencing their first real lull in the pandemic. We had no patient of Covid patients for a while. I did have a break for about three weeks with no, really No covid in the hospital where it was like covid updates. None and everyone's like, Yeah, let's start with something else. Then the delta Variant Kane. KQED health reporter Less than McLaren explains what this turning point in the pandemic means and what public health officials are trying to do about it. Delta is spreading 2 to 3 times faster than the original strain of the virus, 47 states reporting an increase in cases, the daily average tripled. In the last month. Covid cases have shot up almost 70% in a week in the U. S. The Delta variant is driving the summer surge and the head of the CDC war. And while the pandemic is largely hitting unvaccinated communities, it's even taking hold in places like San Francisco, where more than 75% of eligible residents have their shots. Breakthrough cases are rare, but they happen. Some even end up in the hospital, mostly seniors.
Borderline Disorder: The UN's Refugee Treaty at 70
"Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the united nations refugee convention a landmark treaty that established the obligations that countries have to people fleeing persecution. A core principle is nonrefoulement. That migrants should not be returned to a country where they faced serious threat of persecution. But in recent years the refugee convention has become perhaps the least popular treaty in the rich world in two thousand fifteen millions of asylum seekers many fleeing the civil war in syria tried to reach europe in any way they could men women and children. The beach is covered in life jackets and the remains of rubber boats relentless waves of people washing up on the shores of greece news reports were flooded with images of people making a desperate and often deadly journey arriving. It's a gateway to europe. Boats packed with migrants and refugees. Continue to land on the shores of the greek island of last balls oats packed with migrants and refugees. The law makes a sharp distinction between the two the difference between seeking shelter and simply seeking a better life. That's a hugely politicised question in america. Where president joe biden faced a slow burn crisis from his first day in office. Yesterday the biden administration said it would speed up. Its work through the backlog of asylum claims as well as its work deporting. Those who don't qualify and in britain where in the past week record numbers of migrants attempted to make the crossing from france. The home secretary spoke of patients that is thinning asylum systems that cost taxpayers over a billion pounds. A year enough of da's arriving illegally on our shores directed by organized crime gangs seventy years after the treaties founding the world is creating more and more refugees even as fewer and fewer governments have the appetite to protect them.
"70" Discussed on 70 Over 70
"Raffi. I I can't believe i'm getting to talk to you. This is so exciting. i can't believe it either. Here's two people can't believe it. I gotta tell you. I got two little kids and i told him what i was doing this morning and it was the first time they've been at all impressed with me ever. You are a true true celebrity to those two. They couldn't believe that. I was getting the chance to talk to you. How old are they Six and two wonderful and their names are the older one is guy and the younger. One is noah we. That's enough talking about my kids. I'm interested in you as a kid. Rafi wh what was your childhood. Like those observant. I didn't miss a thing. Really took in a lot of detail. And i wrote about this. It's called the life of the children's troubadour. I wrote about what. I remembered of my boyhood growing up in cairo egypt. I was born into an armenian family. So i describe in great detail whether the parlor room in our apartment looked like and how the the sunday trips to the pyramids for lunch at cafe view. Pyramid was like the cairo sands under my little feet. Little revie's feet and was both wonderful in the sense that i knew that i was loved greatly but the bewilderment was that i didn't feel respected for who i felt i was there was too much mocking and disrespectful language and physical pain you know in terms of discipline and so on that were that were not fine with me i yeah it was. I'm not saying that. Mistreated me all the time. Don't get me wrong. Clearly we had wonderful times and so on but the inconsistency the contrast i found all that a great bewilderment were you able to understand that as a child. No you can't be your bewildered you say to yourself. Won't they love me so much and clearly they do. I feel it. Why are they mistreating me when things would get tents when there were moments of tension with your parents. How did you escape. How did you protect yourself. Oh well you know. There are all kinds of diversions. Play with my sister and brother. We had music playing all the time on on our high fidelity sound system. Do you remember the songs that helped get you through. There were the pop music of the day. The titles of which. I don't know i just have melodies. They weren't children's songs in other words so much. We're their children's songs in your life. Then there were a couple of lullabies here and there by my mother. I imagine but they didn't feel like they took a big place much. But when i got to be doing this work with children music for children i actually had to learn word for word children's classics such as baba black sheep. Mary lamb yeah. I mean i was a folksinger before a children's entertainer and my folk singing music chops actually helped me when i began to entertain families. But you know it's interesting. I mean when i look back on my it feels like there have been two or three or four different periods where i was almost different people. Of course you're never really different people that you're going through phases of your life. You know yeah. I think that's true for everybody. Well let's talk about the the phase when you were an aspiring folk artist mostly. Yeah yeah we i sing. I sing coffeehouses in toronto and all across canada but off nervous on stage for whatever the reasons are my performances never really succeeded the way i hope they would. What was your ambition. What did what did you want. Well i i wanted to be another james taylor. Another bruce coburn was so enthralled with joining. Mitchell's songs. And gordon lightfoot songs and bob dylan and sonya so i was just trying to make it as a singer songwriter. Yeah i know. I read your book. And there's some descriptions in their of these of these bar shows that used to play. Yeah it's hard for me. Imagine even having heard you talk about a little bit like it's hard for me to imagine you like singing to a bunch of people drinking but then then you have to remember. I was like twenty one years old or twenty. Three and long hair and a headband. The hippie period. And i was. I wasn't a hippie. But i was kind of like being a wannabe hippie. At the time it was my way of individualizing from my family experience finding my own voice. And when you do that you experiment. That's that's what. I was doing my folk singing career when you had long hair and you're playing coffeehouses in bars in toronto. What were you writing about. Just life love songs. what are you. it wasn't there wasn't like a big roffe message at that point. No but when the idea of making an for young children came up now album became a hit and became a gold record. And so on. I sort of came to see that making music for young children was as worthy pursuit of making music for anybody and in fact that it it was important work for what had offered the very young yeah. They're the most impressionable they don't call those years. Formative for nothing. Because what's forming is nothing nothing less than how it feels to be human. That's what's forming. It behooves all of us to gain and understanding of how they actually set the tone of being for a lifetime of outcomes. So you want those first experiences for the human child to be life-affirming positive supportive nourish. That's what you want so that the lifetime of outcomes is as positive impossibility laden as it can be. I'm far more interested in talking about my the music of recent you know forty three years of making music for children and families because there's so much to say about that and That's that's where my interest is. It just doesn't thrill me to spend too much time by the early years because there isn't a whole lot more than what i've said. I don't mean to be disrespectful. No not at all. I wouldn't i wouldn't take it that way at all though. Is it just proportions for you like you like. You've just spent so much of your life doing this. Work that talking about.
"70" Discussed on 70 Over 70
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Will Valve's Steam Deck Really Change How PC Gamers Play Games?
"Week's show if he visited any gaming sites within the last few days, you've likely seen some sort of a headline talking about the valve steam deck, which is kind of like a Nintendo switch. But for PC games, Robbie was the stream that Robbie esteem Dick really changed the way PC gamers play games. Oh, that's a little bit of a loaded question. There may be well, let me just say my favorite headline that I saw since you mentioned that it was on a gaming websites. It was like a satire website like the Onion, but it said, uh, steam announces the new Nintendo switch pro. That's sort of what's happening. So Robbie tell us a little bit more about what the steam Deck even is to be good. Yeah, So I mean, look, if you're familiar with the switch, that's essentially what you're looking at, right there looking to create the same experience that you get from the Nintendo switch. But instead of you know, the switch games have to develop games specifically for that platform. Anything that's playable on computer should be playable on the steam deck. So you know, portable hand hand held claims to be able to run the latest triple A games, which, obviously not every Triple A game is going to be on the Nintendo switch. They say it completely your steam library anywhere. The doc is going to be sold separately. So if you wanna be able to play it on your T V, you will need to buy that. Whatever the price ends up being the deck is releasing in September and the cheapest version is going to be $399 now has a 70 screen. Same as what the switch does. Controllers don't detach, and some of the tech specs in it are actually comparable. To even the Xbox series X
Firefighters Continue to Battle Bootleg Fire
"The cruise in Oregon making progress now against the nation's largest wildfire, the bootleg fire scorched scenario half the size of Rhode Island. It is 40% surrounded after burning some 70 homes.
Georgia to Allow Six Companies to Legally Produce, Distribute Medical Cannabis Oil
"Announcing the awards for the state's marijuana licenses tomorrow to access to Medical Cannabis Commission will reveal the names of the six applicants out of some 70 that applied at a public hearing in Walker County, according to the Rome News Tribune. The winners will grow the marijuana, make the cannabis oil and sell it to eligible patients, and it can't happen soon enough. The state legalized THC oil and products for people with certain illnesses in 2015, but provided no way for them to access it. In Georgia. It's still expected to take another year before the new state supervised grow. Operations are up and running that CNN's Shelby Lynne
The Western Wildfires Are Affecting People 3,000 Miles Away
"Wildfires, flames are burning in the western U. S. And parts of Canada. Go to Allentown, Pennsylvania, and this is the view. If you're watching which TV Right now, environmental officials in that state are telling people with respiratory conditions to stay indoors. There are air quality alerts in Indiana and elsewhere in the Midwest and Northeast. The bootleg fire in Oregon as the largest fire in the country, the U. S Forestry Service says it is 38% contained At least 2000 homes have been evacuated in the path of that fire, 70 homes and more than 100 out buildings have burned. Indianapolis Office of
Evacuations Expanded as Raging Wildfires Scorch West
"Temperatures are expected across the mountain west into Canada, with record highest possible through Monday in parts of Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. Forecasters at Spec. Daytime highs will be 30 degrees above average and could worsen the wildfires burning in the west. There are currently over 70 wildfires burning across 12 states. I'm
COVID-19 Cases Rise in All 50 States After Plunge
"Says covid cases are now rising in all 50 states and case numbers are up about 70% over the last week, with those increases centered in places where vaccination rates are low. CDC director was show Alinsky There is a clear message that is coming through. This is becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated thanks to the Delta variant those cases up 70% over just the past week and we're talking nationwide. President
Firefighters Battle Wildfires Across 12 States
"Across the west on the highest level alert. The huge boot lake fire in southern Oregon has forced the McCarley to evacuate. Flames were just coming at us and the smoke was just Awesome. So we jumped in our vehicles, and we scooted out close to 70. Large fires are burning in 12 States. President
Wisconsin State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski Never Thought She'd Become State Official
"I'll be honest. I think like so many women i Did not ever be out where i am today like. I wasn't one of those kids in middle school. That was drying american flags and have the constitution memorized. And said i'm going to be wisconsin's next senator But with that sad. I was always really community oriented. I mean my parents were public school teachers. Ed when we we'd see trash on the highway. I was that kid that wanted to start a club where we would pick up from asking go recycle it and then we would take that money and give it to the homeless shelter Or we were. We had a big wolf population Issue in wisconsin and so i- second grade adopted a wolfpack in son raise. And the people. You that way you is that when you see something wrong you got the ended up in do something about it and i think that's really how i've lived my entire career. I mean i never thought. I would be an elected official in here. I am now you know. The state treasurer of wisconsin and it was because scott walker was trying to get rid of the state treasurer's office. I'm in two thousand eighteen. There was this constitutional amendment that he put on the ballot. Because you know. Rebecca hilly who needs checks and balances in government. I mean firing your chief financial officer then giving those responsibility to your ceo. I mean we would never do that in business. So why do we think that the government. And i've found myself leading a constitutional amendment to save the treasury office. They believed wisconsin state treasurer. When that happened we won that amendment by the way with sixty three percent of the vote. Which as all of us in purple states know that is a landslide. Victory and still. The question was well. Who's going to run for it and I i remember my grandma. Act was thinking about her. When i was debating what i should do and she she said about public service she was actually harder. The first group went into serb during world war two and when i was asking her about her public service she said sarah take Asked for forgiveness for
‘Night Court’ Actor Charlie Robinson Dies at 75
"Uh, Charlie Robinson died at the age of 75. You don't know the name actor Necessarily. But, um, you know, Night court? Yeah. He was the clerk on night court. Another great show of your 70 ran from 84 to 92 Most recently was on another CBS show called Mom with Allison Janney, Um, grew up in Houston. I guess he appeared in Sugar Hill nowhere to hide the river, Antoine Fisher. And a bunch of TV shows also,
"70" Discussed on 70 Over 70
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"70" Discussed on 70 Over 70
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If your kids know things about you that you wouldn't realize what are your students know about. You have no idea. Tragic rejoined into thirty. Two students were murdered. And virginia has kerry law still does that you can carry and i said to my students that i'm against the kerry law and so i had some students because you know they come from all over nestle. Well we have to have gone if somebody had a gun. Maybe some of those labs could have been saved. And i said or and this is my solution to it. If i had my way i would have olive you strip so before you come into my class. You would strip naked. And then you'd come in and i'd be naked so you can make sure i wasn't killing you and we'd have class and it's not a mickey again do that and i said well i hate to tell you this but i know you've either seen or felt everything when there's no secret fits and the boys just went. Oh no. She didn't say that. But i don't i don't know what they they probably say. Oh this crazy fool. But i'm trying to get them to understand what are we afraid of. Ny because there's nothing be afraid of so you don't need to carry again you know. I'd rather be naked than carry a gun. What else are you trying to get them to understand. That is their life and they have to do something else with it because this. This just isn't working. You know no matter what Are how we look at it. This is not working. I have ruined several things for my students have ruined thanksgiving for my students because we have a turkey whose been murdered and may have turkey. Who has been what it's called part you get you guys get the pardoned turkeys another. Yeah a lot of people. Don't but we do and the turkey. Who was what is called. Part has to ask himself or herself rather turkey. Why am i going to be without my friend. What is it about me that made me not be the chosen one. I would rather be chosen than to have to go back. 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And at that act to be ashamed and i am i can do about it i am. You know you make mistakes you do you make mistakes you do things that are embarrassing and you do things that are contradictory that you wish you hadn't done. Do.
Biden Signs Order to Tackle Corporate Abuses Across U.S. Economy
"No capitalism. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox News. That's the message from President Biden as he signed a sweeping executive order yesterday aimed at boosting business competition and reigning in big business buyouts and mergers. I'm a proud capitalist. I spent most of my career representing the corporate state of Delaware. No America can't succeed. Less American business succeeds. So let me be very clear. Capitalism without competition isn't capitalism. It's exploitation. The sweeping order directs federal agencies to implement more than 70 initiatives to promote competition within the economy. The action will apply to various industries, including big tech, healthcare and airlines. Executive order will likely face legal action from businesses. Foxes. Rachel Sutherland, a Louisiana
Western Heat Wave Virtually Impossible Without Climate Change, Researchers Say
"When we had our record heat a few days ago, I turned to our friend Cliff, Mass. University of Washington, professor of Atmospheric Science and Cliff told us that if global warming played any role, it was minimal because temperatures have gone up about one degree over 70 years. These were temperatures 40 45 degrees. Above normal. So if anything, climate change contributed to about one degree out of this record, heat will imagine my shock surprise and I When I saw the Seattle Times a couple days ago, and their headline read without climate change record Pacific Northwest Heat wave would have been near impossible, researchers say. So I don't know who to believe. Sound times or Cliff Mass. I doubt if the Times will come on with me. So I got Cliff Mass on to talk about this. Good afternoon, sir. Good afternoon. Okay, so the cell times is directly contradicts because two days Prior to their story on the cliff, Mass Weather blog. You asked if global warming was the cause of the great heat wave and you said Science says no. So here you're telling us no sometimes is telling us? Yes. What are we to make of all this? Well, you know, you've got to look for where The Seattle Times got this information. Basically, a group of people got together and put together very rapidly. This report over a few days. And it's basically a political report. And in fact, it gives all kinds of advice about global warming. But people must do. But if you read the report itself, which I didn't detail its base, it's essentially flawed. And in fact It's not even consistent internally. Um, the headline says, Oh, this thing could never have happened without global warming. Then you read inside the report you say they say, Well, it could have happened, but by by random chance it could have happened by natural processes.
Lifeguard Shortages Will Keep Some Philadelphia Pools From Reopening
"Pools are opening for the first time in two years. But due to a lifeguard hiring shortage, about a third of the city's pools were not able to open this summer. Robbie Broad from member station W. H Y Y has more from opening day in Philadelphia. James Finnegan playground in Southwest Philly. The sun beats down on the hottest day of the season to date, with temperatures nearly reaching 100 degrees. Dozens of kids scream and cannonball into the deep end, exploding through the calm blue water inside the first full to reopen in the city. Aleah Adams is splashing around in the shallow end. And yeah, just a bit too, man. I've come to this school a lot and I go to the wreck so not alive last year, her mom say to atoms struggled to find activities from Malaya. So she's excited that now the city's kids have a safe place to cool off people. Um out of trouble on the street. They could be here. Swim. Who'll down ain't gotta be hot. So, yeah, I do think it's good. This year. Lifeguard recruitment was especially difficult since Phillies Parks and Recreation Department was unable to use its usual strategies in high schools across the city. To attract more lifeguards. The city increased wages to $15 an hour conducted a media campaign urging people to apply and had virtual job fairs. The department attributed the hiring problems to a national trend of lifeguard shortages. Laura Hernandez is a new lifeguard. Today is her first day ever on the lifeguard stand. She's excited to hit the water this year since she spent last year rehabbing a torn A C L. It's nice being back, you know, like being able to have everyone swim and having my summer. Ultimately, the city was able to hire about 60% of the lifeguards needed enough to staff about 70% of the city's 68 ports. Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Commissioner Catherine not Level admits it was difficult to decide which neighborhoods could reopen their pools. We're really proud
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"High school millions of them. Great scientists say. I don't want to become a scientist is boring. it's just memorizing. The parts of a flower is regurgitating. Boring stuff that. I'll never use again. We lose them because we make science. So boring is all memorization that who wants to become a scientist scientists about principles concepts like evolution or the aerodynamics of flying. It has nothing to do with well something to do with names. You had to give names to some of these things. But that's not what science is but that's what people think sciences. So when i write a book i tried to put principles concepts. That'll stay with you for the rest of your life. Rather than simply giving names to the stars or names the planets that's not size also about creativity. Great divvy and the mysterious and the unknown. I signed says that was more important than knowledge is the unknown. The mystery of the universe. That's what inspires people not the names of the planets but the possibilities of unknown clients. That's what stimulates scientific investigation. Don't ask you about one. More thing that i'll let you go okay. Miss might just be betraying myself as as a total pessimists even after this conversation but are you scared of dying well. I think it's genetic that we have no choice but to be afraid of dying because that's what evolution says you have to survive. Have children have progeny. Help the next generation survive so there gene can propagate. But you know. Like i said i think digitally will live forever is none. Of course the biological you but something of you will live forever and your memories. Your thoughts desires. Your consciousness will live forever. When you're digitized and you'll be able to interact with other digitized souls as well so you see there's hope but you try not to think.
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"Would you mind quickly just giving me the real dummies version of string theory. I've been reading about it for days. Now and i'm not totally sure i understand it yet. Well you know. The greeks like fagor fabulous wanted a paradigm a theme some way to summarize the rich diversity of the universe into a single picture and one day he was looking at aligarh string and he realized that the longer the lower string the lower the note then. He went to a blacksmith shop and he saw that the longer the piece of metal the lower the.
Tropical Storm Elsa Threatens Florida With Heavy Rain, Wind Early Next Week
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I wonder if you can think back to the twenty four year old and turkey and what she would think about capital a. capital w. alice waters. I think she would think does she would have never imagined she would never imagined my life except in the way that i wanted to please myself. I never ever was looking for a job. I i never imagined a career. I never wanted to make money. Except i knew that i had to make money but it was never a goal of mine. I never thought about what i was going to do. I just sort of followed my intuition and away. Was it always that way or was there a point after james beard says you've got one of the four best restaurants in america. Is there a moment when you say like okay. The the ground is shifted under me. I have more opportunities now. I need to have a plan. Were you thinking that way or was it always like. I'm just going to do the next thing that that feels right. It never occurred to me to do anything that didn't feel right for either famer version. I guess i of course was affected by the fame being invited someplace or godsend word for the restaurant without any question. I mean it. Please may. And i've thought the restaurant was unique in some way but i thought if if i didn't like doing anymore that we would close it right and every single year. We asked ourselves that question at the board of directors. Do we want to do it for another year or not. Have you ever had doubts. We had a big question. Probably twenty years. But i thought the restaurant a little bit like a child growing up that is all very new and exciting from zero to five. And then there says stable period you know is sort of a seven to ten or twelve thirteen and then it's very tumultuous then you're twenty and go off to college. Is it any midlife crisis hitting fifty midlife crisis. Forty but this is the time that you have a family and extended family had the children and you're really sinking. But it's the big picture that we can communicate. And i've probably been working on a big picture for twenty five years with the edible schoolyard project. Yeah and the more that i've been involved with the slow food movement internationally. I'm pretty clear about what needs to be done right now. I'm glad you brought up the edible schoolyard. Because i do want to talk to you about the the impact that you have had on food and restaurants and i wonder if you could elaborate on that for me for a second. 'cause i want to know what it has meant to receive the kind of validation that you have gotten over your life. When i received the aboard from barack obama i pink that was the most meaningful afford Because it meant that. I had been teaching the values that he fired and that by crazy ideas writing two precedents to make garden on the white house. Lawn was not all in vain. That i was just certain talking.
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"Be done and because somebody helped me. Fate has led me down many parents without me knowing the was doing that. But i don't consciously think of a legacy or what. I'm leaving behind. It's through those people that we've helped. They're the ones that kind of build. Our legacy and my tombstone would probably would be fine for me to see that. It says she lives. She died maybe in between. She had a pretty good time but she didn't have a plan now. Didn't have a plan. That was evelyn greasy and from pineapple street studios. This is seventy over seventy a show about making the most of the time we have left. I'm mccluskey.
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Credit at indeed dot com slash. Seventy over seventy indeed dot com slash. Seventy over seventy offer. Valid through june thirtieth terms and conditions apply. This episode is brought to you by. Hp instant inc. No one is reading your mind. But hp instant inc knows when you're printers running low and sends you new cartridges. So you never have to think about amc. Save up to fifty percent. You'll pay less than five dollars a month for ink and never run out again. Find out if your printer is eligible and enroll today at hp instant inc dot com conditions. Apply for details visit hp dot com slash instant. Inc spotify Can you remember that first night. March ninth can. You remember what it felt like. Sure show of course. I remember her very well. It was in the old. Cbs eighty do studios at five twenty four west fifty seven th street. I was a little nervous. But the two things i kept saying to myself at who remember saying these things myself. One was aversion version. I can do it in spent nearly my whole adult life in preparing to do this and the other was. Don't take yourself seriously take work seriously. I already knew that. Being named to succeed walter. Cronkite would put me in a position of frankly inhaling every day kind of nasa grade rocket fuel the eagle and that could be dangerous. Yeah that sounds pretty dangerous. It also sounds like a little bit lonely. You know they say is slow to talk. I want to keep this in perspective. That i've never visited myself you alone person. I don't suffer rate loans. I didn't been but there certainly is a sense that you're it. It wasn't doing anchor. One person and there was always a great weight. I couldn't complain about it. Because i knew going in. But just stop and think trying to succeed walter cronkite. I mean close. Friends of mine urged me not to take the job. they said. listen. Nobody can succeed. Walter cronkite the first person who tries to do. It is bound to fail. It'll be the second person comes along. That's just the way life is. Dan and there wasn't a sense. I had a lot of help. A lot of friends thought was generally will of it. Cbs but in the end when the red light goes on is just you in the end. You're by yourself you're by yourself but also you've got to be so many things to so many people in that moment. Was it hard to like. Hold onto yourself in that job. Franklin candidate the answer is yes and the law muren that role the more difficult it is to say true self and to remember who you are and who you want to be As opposed to who a lot about people wanting to be one of the many legitimate criticisms can made of me is i. Try to be pleaser. That i i suffer. What's up its shero. Once called the americans z's wishes you want everybody to love and particularly when you're on television five nights a week the question of of who am i. You should ask more often what you wind up asking much more often is a what do they think. I did feel from that first night in nineteen eighty one for a good time after that. I did say aversion to myself. When you've always said yourself you wanna be a pressure later. Here it is. Here's the pressure so meet the pressure. you feel like both things can be true at the same time like you can both wonder what people are thinking in want to please and also be present in the moment in rising to the pressure like can those two things exist at the same time yes. I'm here to bear witness tuesday because it did with me. It won't always be successful. It'll sometimes the undertow of trying to please put your ability be depression. And other times. You're able to say to yourself frankly. I don't give a damn what they think i know. What's right are what we need to do. And you move to but you know i- lifetime in journalism is taught me that many people don't understand about journalism is whole that is it. Journalism is not an exact science. Journalism is more accrued artan. Nobody can do it perfectly. Nobody how has you're trying to help. The two are no matter how great you are and the mirage and to the world would tell you the same thing that even on its best days is you're likely to make some mistakes and part of being a complete professional at the level. We're talking you learn to accept that on most days up. Almost every day you'll fall short during it perfectly. Yeah you know. i'm. I'm in a way i'm not surprised to hear you say that in and i think that that's true but i also think that that idea is in like direct tension with the experience of the cbs evening news. While you were anchoring that show and really like what you were expected to do which was to be if not perfect then definitive shoe. I'd agree with that. And that idea the thing you're talking about the journalism crude art that it can't be perfected that it's not a science and yet everything from the aesthetics of that show to the tone to the way that you delivered the news. At least my impression is that it was designed to feel that.
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"Sean. My name is shannon layton. i land passes texas. I turned seventy this summer. And it's the fall of nineteen seventy-two keeping in mind. This was really for both of us. The high.
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"Has changed his. You know everything has changed. But but the core of a human being years is the say. I'll take that maggie. I love you write. Your visit was just the greatest site. Couldn't couldn't appreciate it more work but thank you so.
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"I appreciate the gift of laughing as much as i have laughed and i always thought that laughter ed's time to your life i don't know how many hundreds of times i ab- stood behind her to the side two hundred or so people at the show watching them when they're especially in a belly laugh when they're really go following and the human of the species has the habit of coming out of on a for of their seats a little bit. You know half an inch out and coming back down and roy back you see a couple of hundred people doing that and Emphysema more spiritual moment in this lifetime. I don't know what it could be. Have you been chasing that your whole life. Finding that is true or not chasing it just finding it. I mean just understanding gets there and appreciating and loving it because when i talk about the push of the human condition. I'm talking about. It's dan this also it steer sweet. It's enjoyable it's human. I want to understand that that way. You just correct me. Because i think that distinctions pretty interesting the idea of chasing versus finding like what i hear you saying is it wasn't some sort of desperate need. You were trying to fill some issue or trying to scratch. It was lists like Something you were no he. Here's an illustrator. Actually i was on my way to telling this story earlier. And i don't remember what took me in another direction but the night my father was hauled away or a couple nights later. Maybe my mother was selling the furniture and there were people who i didn't know strangers in the house looking at different things and so hard and there was one chap- this moment is indelible in my life and the man his kindness and tenderness put his hand on my shoulder and said well norman. You're the man of the house now. Nine years old. And i'm the man of the house. Now that is fucking funny and totally illustrative of what i mean. I mean it is funny and it's brutal. I'm not surprised that it's something that sits deep for you that you hold onto so tightly because i mean if ever there's a defining moment in a person's life it's that exactly max away. I always read with an appreciation for the gift of understanding. 'cause i'm not sure. Everybody and that circumstance would understand how funny that was how foolish that was. And can you draw like a direct line between whatever it was in you when you were nine. That was able to actually see that that gift that you're talking about. Can you draw a direct line between being able to recognize that and the work that you've done to mysterious army but i understand it was with an occasion in my life and it lived with man in me and in my mind my attitude. I guess i'm asking like a little bit of like a nature nurture question. You know like you have this. Undeniable gift to be able to create worlds and moments that show the foolishness of the human condition in a way that millions and millions of people can understand. Do you think that's the same thing that allowed you when you were nine to realize that. That guy saying you're the man of the house was so fucking funny. I don't think we necessarily well. I'm sure we don't necessarily understand the gifts we've been given until life helps us understand it. Because i was a kid. Depression the biggest conversations we ever had around. The family table was what we could afford. Could my sister get the or. Could i get them this week or sending me on a hot summers night for a quarter of ice cream. Listers think was quarter. Then pint i mean it was a discussion whether we're going to spend the quarter that way. So that's what. When i father gets out of prison and says he's gonna be we've heard trip around the world in a year. That's why that was so sadly funny. I like said on twenty because it reflects light best. The daughter that just left this morning. Hey maggie high switches hearts. Were you say hello to max. Hi maggie mad. Max is doing a series called seventy over seventy this. The secret is he thinks over seventy she just landed a jfk. Or you home by now. She's home with her sons. My grandsons max may have a question for you. You got a question for her. Max hi how are you how are you. This is exactly how. I expected this to go expected to talk to you. This is totally. This is totally what i predicted would have. Here's my question for you. Your dad seems to think that he's been the same exact guy for very very long time. Is that your experience or is he. Does he feel different to you at ninety eight than he did at fifty eight or sixty eight or seventy eight. Oh yes is explained his life experiences. I mean a lot has changed. He had three wives. Work.
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"I guess this week is andrea shields. Andres has been an actor for more than fifty years in over his career. he's found a way to continually reinvent himself on the stage and that's been a choice. One of his early roles was as the wiz a hit show that he could have posted on for decades but he chose to leave and then it happened again a few years later when he starred in ain't misbehavin he could've spent years touring the world at that show but he decided to look for the next role instead since then he's appeared in countless productions including in quarantine. He was in ratatouille the tick-tock musical and in february he took the stage alone in an empty theater his audience on zoom and performed a one man show he created it was called frederick douglass mine eyes have seen the glory and that's part of what i wanted to talk to andrea about how he made a practice out of taken the riskier path and whether he thought he lost out in some way by doing so but there was another reason. I wanted to have him on the show. After all these roles five decades on the stage andrea shields finally won a tony award in two thousand nineteen for his performance in hades town. I wanted to know what that moment felt like..