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"For many government employees. And similar requirements are testing procedures for many private companies, binding effect, saying have added, the president is going on today, calling many GOP governors cavalier for resisting the far reaching requirements he laid out in a multi pronged approach to tackling the virus. Proposal would require companies with more than 100 employees to mandate vaccination or weekly testing. Some Republican leaders have accused Biden of overreaching his authority. The White House has flights carrying Afghan refugees to the U. S. Have been halted after discovery of four cases of measles among people who recently arrived in the US This is NPR's Michele Kelemen reports 19 more US citizens left from the airport in Kabul and the State Department says to others managed to get out. Overland. National Security Council spokesperson Emily Horne says the U. S. Is doing intensive work to give Americans clear and safe options to leave Afghanistan. The State Department says 44. Americans were offered seats on the latest plane, but not all decided to go. The Taliban is still not allowing charter flights from northern Afghanistan and Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal. Once the state Department to do more about that. We've lost time, precious time. The situation of these individuals is desperate and urgent. He's been working with veteran groups and activists to help several 100 at risk. Afghans and some American citizens get out. Michele Kelemen. NPR NEWS Washington Government wholesale inflation gauge shows a big jump in prices the Labor Department's producer Price index, which measures the cost of goods before they head down the pipeline to consumers. Of 7/10 of a percent In August, Stocks fell at week's end. On Wall Street, The Dow dropped 271 points. The NASDAQ was down 132 points. You're listening to NPR. And this is w NYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. New Jersey's death toll from Hurricane Ida now stands at 29. That's after two bodies pulled from the Passaic River earlier this week were identified as the pair of friends who disappeared during the storm after their car became trapped in floodwaters. W N. Y C is Karen you reports 20 year old runner, an 18 year old needy Rana Close friends. The two even went to Passaic High School's prom together in the spring and were named King and queen of the event. Sick. Mayor Hector Laura says to use had graduated in 2018 needy had graduated. Just this year. We've already an associates degree, she had earned 60 College credits while in high school. An extremely brave future and average tennis player. Laura says Needs body was found in Kearney and they use was found in Newark. More than 200. People were rescued from the floodwaters in Passaic City, which reached as high as 12 FT. Meanwhile, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is declared for additional New Jersey counties as major disaster areas due to the damage caused by either that means residents in Essex, Hudson, Mercer and Union counties will now be able to apply for federal assistance. FEMA previously declared six counties has major disaster areas but left out places like Elizabeth or a family of three and a neighbor drowned in a ground level apartment and in Millburn, where downtown businesses were completely inundated. Individuals can apply for help online. A disaster assistance dot gov. Meanwhile, some New York City workers say they're concerned about Mayor de Blasio is ordered to return to the office full time next week in light of the highly contagious Delta, varying it, the mayor says Getting city workers back to the office is an essential step in New York's recovery and will improve the performance of city government. Jeremiah Cedeno is part of a group of city workers who plan to protest the mayor's return to office mandate, He says de Blasio is trying to shore up his legacy before the end of his term. This is a mayor who is on his way out. And wants to leave on a high note for what he expects will be and allegedly successful gubernatorial run. De Blasio has not announced any plans to run for governor. But the mayor has said he wants to quote keep serving in one way or another after he leaves City Hall at the end of the year and is exploring different options. Tonight. Real Nice night. It'll stay clear will have low this evening of about 58 degrees. You're listening to W.
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"U. S producing about 10% less oil than pre pandemic supply, not keeping up with demand. It has early push Wang questioning her life choices. Do I want to go on long road trips? How much do I want to be commuting? We went to from home more often. If I have the option Westerns, many Americans are asking. Dave Packer ABC News weekend Services back all across Mbita commuter rail lines. New Weekend schedules are now available to all lines. You can check the website for more details and info. Weekend trains were cut back on most lines back in January. Now in accordance with CDC guidelines. Facemasks F Y I are still required for all Mbita writers and also for anyone in an Mbita station at any time back to the roads right now, it is 10 03 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, David Good Morning. Happy fourth. Good morning, Tina. Happy Fourth to you to west of the city in Worcester on to 90 East found a big pothole before route 1 90 has caused At least three disabled vehicles so far, so that's something to be on the lookout for on route 4 95 that's looking good through Littleton and Lowell and Lawrence on the North Shore. We've had a top of the brakes approaching the ramp from 1 28 north, getting on to 95 north and PB possible spin out there. Otherwise, 95 is looking good to and through New Hampshire. South of the city has spin out on the ramp from the lower end of 93 getting onto 95 South and Canton. We've had a couple of these here this morning. Otherwise on 95. It's under 25 minutes between here and the Rhode Island State line. Backups at the Cape Cod Bridges like traffic on the expressway in around downtown David Stuff, Alino WBZ traffic on the three's the Year 2021 marks Subaru of New England's golden anniversary and we're proudly celebrating 50 years of love to learn more about our 50th anniversary. Visit Subaru of New England dot com. And now you're whether it is 10 4. Mostly cloudy on this independence day and still on the cooler side with some showers. Today, likely high around 70 Today. More clouds and showers coming tonight, dropping to about 58 degrees..
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"Day off from work last month to go to his high school graduation. He worked at a Waffle House in Alabama. But on the day he was supposed to collect his diploma, he showed up to work in his uniform instead necessary. Things I need to attend the ceremony. Uh, my cap and gown. Take is, Yeah. Right. His boss, Cedric Hampton, was surprised to see him. We already talked about it and made playing for it so When I saw him walking to school that morning, I was just like, you know, why are you here? And when he heard Timothy's reasons, that's when I sent him home to over this paperwork, called the school to figure out what's going on. And while he was gone We came up with the whole plan to get into his graduation, Cedric called his assistant manager to explain what was happening. It was her day off. But Cedric says even so, she said, I'll be right there. So when she got to the store, we test her. We're going to get too close. Another co worker, said she was driving to the graduation and then all we have to do at that point was get the clothes, get him dressed and get him out the door. Cindric says he wanted Timothy to celebrate his day. That's a milestone in someone's life, People. Everyone should be be able to celebrate. I mean, he's spent all that time going to school. Why should he not celebrate his graduation? Timothy made it on time in his new slacks and shoes, and he says when he walked across that stage 11 key. You know what? Because their stage it felt like a shift a new path. And so it was Timothy and his fellow Waffle House employees. Story made the local news after it aired. Lawson State Community College in Birmingham offer Timothy A full ride. Going to college wasn't on Timothy's radar. But he says he'll start studying business and finance this fall feelings do I have more opportunities that I could take advantage of it and make best use, though? This is a huge deal because I was representing nothing like this before. Uh, I never had nothing like this never had to change like this and two other students, he says. Don't stop. Keep going. Even when you feel like you got to give up even when you want to. Okay? You just gotta keep going. That's right. No waffling, so to speak, and nice work, Cedric and Waffle House employees for cooking up such a great plan. Uh huh. Oh, Um It's w n my C. You're listening to all things considered just ahead After news headlines in Nicaragua, the crackdown against political opponents of President Ortega has expanded to include journalists. This latest wave of repression, but we've seen this month. It's just went into the orbit drive more from the New York Times reporter who has been trying to cover the story well near that and more right after news headlines. Tonight. We could see some showers. Probably earlier on the cloud should gradually blow away tonight. Low of about 58 degrees Tomorrow will be sunny with a high near 79. Hello tomorrow night of 62 degrees. I'm Brigid Bergin, senior political reporter for W. N. Y. C and gothamist for months. You've heard my colleagues and me reporting on the candidates, the issues and ranked choice voting in this election. Now it's your turn to make your voice heard. Cast your votes and then join us for our live primary night Call and show hosted by Brian Lehrer. Tonight at eight on 93.9 FM.
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"Madre joins us, Neil, Of course. The Fork report 2 to 5 P.m. on Saturdays at Fork Reporter and Sunday is Father's Day. So, Neil, What is Max doing for you? He's four. What do you think you're gonna do is gonna Asked me to make food for him. He's going to ask me to pick him up. He's going to ask me to play with them. You know, Typical, uh, Father's day with a four year old, uh, will be nice. We'll spend time by the pool. That's pretty much what it's going to be a lovely, lovely weekend. Yeah, that's pretty much what my kids do for me, you know, Would you make me some food? Uh, which pick me up around now to picking up part is Can you give me the codes to the trust fund? Things like that? Yeah, pretty much. Yeah. All right. So, uh, What do people typically do on Father's Day? You know, with Father's Day hitting in June, you're right in the middle of grilling season. You know, everybody's fired up. It's a really beautiful The weather has been gorgeous. Yesterday's Sunset was phenomenal here in Los Angeles and and wait a minute. What if the weather is phenomenal? It was 100 degrees. No, I said the the sunset. Okay, Beautiful 100 degrees is fine. Just, you know, Stay in the shade where shorts, you know, Put a wet towel on your head. Uh, yeah. I basically have a solar panel on my my head. So, uh, I take all the heat directly. So I think grilling is going to be really huge. As a matter of fact, a lot of places. You know our friends there, Corner butcher shop in Laverne and, of course, the butchery throughout Orange County. They've got great deals on meat and different kinds of cuts. And I think I'm seeing this all over the place. That's the thing you know There's the saying that dads don't do brunch. So which isn't true. I love me some brunch, but You know if they're into grilling, get out their grill. If you're new to grilling and you're thinking, you know, this father's day is gonna be the day that I do It, um, really simple things we grill in California. We don't tend to barbecue, which means grilling is high heat for shorter amount of time. Good for hot dogs and And hamburgers and things like that. I want to bring something up. And that is, uh, hamburgers and hot dogs. Hot dogs are easy. Uh, hamburgers are a little harder. It is even though it is not complicated. Grilling properly is hard. For example, you've got chicken. Uh, it's hard not to overcook the chicken on on a grill. And it's just it's always found him to drink with chicken chicken. Most people do breasts. Breasts are are difficult for one major reason. They're teardrop. That means they have a thick side. And then he pointed thin side. So if you get the fixed side cooked than the thin side is going to be overcooked, there's ways to deal with this. The best way to cook on a grill is multi zone cooking, and I don't care if it's gas. I don't care if it's charcoal or solid fuel. You want to have one side That's hot for searing and one side that maybe you don't have any charcoal underneath. You don't have any gas lit at all. And that will get the residual heat. So what I would do is, um in the in the case or something like that you would turn the thicker part of the chicken breast. Towards the hotter part of the grill and let the teardrop point point towards the cooler part. Uh, things like that make it much better get a good thermometer. The thickest part of in the case of a Breast of chicken. The thickest part should Finally, it's final temperature should be 1 65, But if you cook it to 1 65 is going to go to 1 71 75 in residual heat, so always take it off about 58 degrees. Underneath it being done. The residual heat will take it to perfection and have people cook at overcook it right. And how many people actually are aware of that and think that through because, uh, even I, uh, I'm aware of that. And I think this stuff through because of you mainly, uh and that is when I make my meat loaf, for example. I've got to pull it out of the oven. I.
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"With fake plates. So far this year earlier this week to officers arrested three drivers who allegedly used fake plates to avoid paying the toll on the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Tonight. We're looking at mostly clear skies will have love about 58 degrees tonight. Sunny. Tomorrow's gonna be another nice one. Hi near 79 with the loaf about 62 tomorrow night. Increasing clouds on Friday high near 83 degrees, and then on Saturday we could see some showers. Thunderstorms in the afternoon. But that's nothing new. You're listening to W when my C It's one of six. Support for NPR comes from caring transitions, a senior move resource to help families ease the stress of life's transitions, offering relocation, home, clean outs and the resale of everyday household items. Locations at caring transitions dot com This is all of it on W N Y c. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you for sharing part of your day with me Whether you're listening on the radio online or on demand. I'm grateful you're here. Here's some of the stories team. All that is working on for you for this week. Tomorrow we'll have a listening party for songwriter and producer Georgia and Muldrow. Whose prolific career as often focused on black identity. Justice experimentation. Wilson two tracks from her new record bread of to Wait. Oh, three. Excuse me, the third installment in a series of mostly instrumental albums. And then as part of our Juneteenth coverage this week, Nile Rodgers and Robert Randolph will join us ahead of the inaugural Juneteenth Unity.
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"Degrees, and plenty of sun about 58 degrees right now, in Sacramento, we're heading to a high of 78 degrees on news 93.1 kfbk. Alright, Thank you very much. Let's head off to Mr Kelly Brothers that can trust. I understand You're going to be joining Kitty O'Neil this afternoon to talk about inflation numbers. My friends. Isn't that fun? That is, really I mean, that is appointment listening right there, isn't it? I mean, look, it's a hot topic. I mean, that's a big number today, you know, 45%. And Here's the point. We all feel the inflation. You know whether no matter what the numbers tell you. Try buying a house right now. Right? You know, try buying a car right now. Uh, you kind of feel the inflation try buying gas right now. Mean gases has been through the roof. And, of course here in California. We never know if it's California or the rest of the world, too. But in this case, it's everyone feeling that so, but the actual official numbers showing a 5% poppin CPR consumer price index. May over May. So this may to last May 2020. That was the hottest rates since August of Oh, eight. And if you strip out food and energy again, I'm not sure why They do that, because we all need food and energy, but they they checked the core inflation number that was 3.8%. And that was the hottest in nearly 30 years. So, um, inflation is out there. The Fed just believes that the the forces causing it will dissipate over the remainder of the year. We'll see if that's true or not. I mean, at some point the Fed is going to have to rubber They're not raising rates. Um to abnormal levels. They're allowing rates to normalized to where they should be, and not keeping them artificially low, which has been necessary to get the economy back up and chugging again. Let's check the real time numbers this morning Dow Up 1 22 at 34 5 69. NASDAQ Up 67 the S and P Up. 19 points are about one half of 1% gold. Flat oil up slightly, Yes. Above $70 a barrel 10 year bond yield 1.48%. Okay, Kelly, thanks again. And as we just talked about that, but just bears repeating. Kelly is going to be joining Kitty this afternoon on her program to talk about these new CPI numbers are big 5% in one month and they continue to really sore so inflation will be the topic. June. 10th is a date and I thought maybe we would wrap up today's program with something called What your What happened? Yeah, I thought so, too. The first year. I'm going to start with this year 2007. And that's when HBO's critically acclaimed multi award winning mob family drama The Sopranos came to an end. 877 4000 and seven she feels like three years ago. It doesn't seem that long ago. It seems like a while ago to me. I lived in New Jersey for a time while Eileen grew up in New Jersey and where I lived in New Jersey used to film that show. Oh, yeah. Uh, they lined it all the all the semi trucks would line up like down two blocks. All the crews had come out and they'd be shooting. All the scenes are of the mobs does for me. It was fun. I was like, Oh, I know that. Oh, I know that. Yeah. Yeah, because you saw the neighborhoods Sure, right near where you grew up. Sure. The next year that I have is year 19. Oh, two, and that's when the patent was given for the window envelope. The wind all Oh, the little window in your envelope. There's a pick your name. Yeah, it's pattern on that window window envelope, the little plastic thing in the middle of the paper. I'm picturing a window and I'm like, Where is there? An no. I'm glad you clarified. Wow. I never knew that that was patented. Yeah, it's called the outlook envelope after that patents expired by now, but nevertheless all right, But it was patent. Next year. I have a 1991. And that's when 11 year old Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped in South Lake Tahoe. Big story was so big she was freed in 2009. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Yeah, And that was where was she Freed again was in the Bay Area area, and there's a remark a backyard for a lot of lived in this the guy who who took her She lived in the guy's backyard for years and years and years and years and years. And so we all assumed in the news business that she wasn't with us anymore, right? Because we cover way too many of those stories. Yeah. And then the news comes on that she's alive, and I mean you're rarely in a newsroom where you are surprised by events and that was one where everybody looked up and said You've got two big kidding me. Wow. Amazing story. Yep. And the last year that I have is the year 2000 Shady. Yes, I'm the real Stadio. You want the slim shady's are just demonstrating. Oh, yeah, That's Eminem right there. In his album, The Marshall Mathers LP began an eight week run.
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"We have a semi crash on westbound 5 12 approaching Meridian and the right lane is currently blocked. And this is why you're sitting in bumper to bumper traffic from 167. It's also a bit of a visual distraction. Are eastbound drivers on 5 12 or seeing really heavy traffic right now on north and I five traveling through this Squali and toward J. Blm's mink ate their husbands and heavy rain that's been moving through the area, so I think that might be part of the reason why we're so slow. I don't see anything currently blocking on the cameras in Seattle north, five drags along from the North and the Boeing Field to Seneca North found 99, often on slowing from the first step in a South bridge toward the West Seattle Bridge. Is lighter slowing now on south and I five is your traveling out of every south and 45, with a touch of extra company around totem Lake north bound for five has been heavy from the Valley Freeway into Newcastle and then more brake lights between I 90 in downtown Bellevue. Our next Cuomo traffic up 8 54 traffic sponsored by 7 11 that 7 11 gets 79 Cent medium iced coffee with seven rewards. 7 11 Take a 2 11 expires. 6 29 79 cents plus tax at select stores see APP for terms are Cuomo forecast. Partly sunny and some scattered showers and high temperature about 58 degrees. Showers could get a little more intense this afternoon. But then tomorrow a little less intense. We're still looking at a partly sunny day tomorrow, just a few residual scattered showers and high into the lower sixties. Friday. We dry out by afternoon. Mostly sunny and 70 Saturday looks to be sunny and around 72 degrees and right now under mostly cloudy skies in Seattle is 48 degrees. Stay connected. Stay informed. The coma Morning.
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"A good neighbor. State farm is there I'm 6 54. Let's check traffic for you right now, Like we do every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Locker of traffic Center. Here's Kierra, Jordan. I'm hearing reports of a crash on north and I five there near the Nisqually River Bridge may have just been moved over to the shoulder. It's causing about a mile back up into the area. North. 25 is also sluggish through Tacoma City Center. We find scattered flowing out of federal weight and deceit tax. In Seattle. It's a busy drive from mid Boeing field to the convention center North about 99 is becoming heavy around the First Avenue South Bridge. You're topping the brakes on south on I five from Steve about 5 to 6 to 128th and then some lighter, slowing out of limit. We also have some lighter, slowing south found four or five and king and part not the case for a north bound for if I That's really crawling right now, through the rent in area and then around Northeast 30 if we start to see A little bit of a break in that traffic as you continue through the Newcastle area, though it does remain slow and go eastbound 5 12 with long term crashing near Meridian, and that's been causing over three miles of slowing into that area. Work down. 167 expect often on slowing from highway for 10 to about 15 Street Northwest and then busy another time for him to 12 to 4 or five hour next. Cuomo traffic up 704. Well, if you look to the west from Seattle, Yes, the skies are a little bit dark. It's raining on the kids happen Insula from Silverdale South all the way down toward the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, and some of that could drift in our direction as well. So our forecast calls for At times partly sunny skies at times a few scattered showers and high today about 58 degrees. Partly sunny, a closer to 65..
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"To find a solution. 6 25 traffic time, once again from the Dubin logger of Traffic Center with Kierra Jordan. We've been working with the crash in Puyallup on eastbound 5 12 Eastern Meridian That's been blocking the left lane. I think it may have been cleared out of that lane at this point, because I'm seeing the backup in that immediate area. Just past Meridian. It's starting to get a little bit better, but it's still going to be a heavy drive from about South Hill Mall. Word Meridian in the North, and 167 is looking at brake lights from highway for 10 into Pacific. We crowd just north of Highway 18 and then scattered slowing from Willis Street to 405 North bound. Four or five, is busy between Talbot in the Newcastle area north and by five working with slowdowns between Highway 16 and River Road. We're going to find a bit of a delay is you're approaching to 72nd and then often on slowing from state route 5 16 through the sea attack area, and in Seattle. We have slow down from the north End of Boeing Field to Seneca, South and life. I've just started to build around the Ramallah that again and Linwood around 44th. We had an earlier stalled bus up, but I find that al bro that's just been moved out of the right lane. Our next Cuomo traffic out 6 34 traffic sponsored by Staples Stores, Staples is evolving to staples connect a new world of possible with innovative tools for small business and remote workers and learners. Explore. What's new with your local staple store or at staples. Connect dot com are Comeau forecast Partly sunny skies a few scattered showers. Today high temperature about 58 degrees. Quite as volatile as some of the weather was yesterday afternoon. Partly sunny tomorrow just.
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"City has cleared six camps at city parks, but not City Hall Park. Way, asked the mayor's office will the tent city that exists there be cleared soon. Spokesperson replied At this time, a removal date has not been set and outreach is ongoing. They're just trying to protect their territory. Richard Weisberger was homeless sympathized with the campers than a month ago was brutally assaulted in the park. He's now surprised with the city's patience is absolutely amazing, and phenomenal that there's an allowance that this can happen in view of the fact that there's a whole bunch of homeless weeks. In contrast to other public buildings, people are subpoenaed and summon and forced to come to the courthouse unless the city takes action outside the courthouse staffers say, the well being of people inside Is in jeopardy. Given obligation to provide a safe place for the public to come and do their business and it just don't feel that we're we're meeting that obligation right now. In Seattle, Matt Markovich Cuomo News Come all these times. 6 14 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force back to Kierra, Jordan and the dupe in law Group Traffic Center. We're still working with the crash in Puyallup on eastbound 5 12 east of Meridian. This is blocking the left lane. And this is why you're sitting in heavy traffic from about 94th. Working on 167, often on slowing out of Sumner into Pacific and then again is your traveling out of Auburn toward to 77th will also be seeing delays between 180th and four or five. Now it's brake lights on north bound four or five from state route 169 through the Newcastle area north and I five has been crowding through Tacoma City Center, and then we have often on slowing out of federal way and in deceit tax. Seattle's looking busy between Michigan and Seneca. We also have a stall in Seattle South and I five near al bro, and that's currently blocking the right lane. Our next camo traffic at 6 24 traffic sponsor this time by only or throw your orthopedic surgery center in the South, Sound offering outpatient joint replacement procedures eliminate overnight and multi night hospital stays. Stays heal faster at home. All the Ortho has your back your knee your hip, You get it all the Ortho calm your life and motion are Cuomo forecast Partly sunny skies and some scattered showers. Today high about 58 degrees a little warmer tomorrow with a decreasing likelihood of.
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"Podcasts and more. Sign up for a free, audible plus trial at audible dot com. Mostly cloudy and cooler weather. The onshore flow is brought us the clouds and the potential for some showers late in the day. Temperature about 65 degrees. The shower chance increases overnight and it could get a little bit breezy for tomorrow. A mix of showers and the potential for a thunderstorm at some point, either as well. High temperature tomorrow only about 60 degrees, So we're locked in for a couple of days of cooler, more seasonable weather, a mix of showers and some breaks possible on Wednesday. And they also mentioned the possibility of a thunderstorm at times on Wednesday. So heist then on Lee about 58 degrees. Hold out hope for Thursday when the partly sunny skies return. It's 51 degrees in downtown Seattle right now, ABC Entertainment News movie spirals spinning its way, the number one at the box office. I need everyone on this case. The latest film in the Saw franchise took in an estimated 8.7 million bucks in North America. Over the weekend. The first place debut for the Chris Rock or for Last week's number one. The action thriller Wrath of Man drops to second, and it was a far from fiery debut for Angelina Jolie's Those who Wish Me Dead Right. The Wind Wrong, the Force fire drama pulling in just 2.8 million in its third place debut. But remember, it was also available to stream on HBO. Max on the music charts looked at my roots. I got tired of money. Baggio's album against his Pain returns to Number one on the Billboard 200 album chart. After dropping the second last week, Billboard says no new albums debuted in the top 10 this week. First time that's happened in two months. I've been in court Before. I know how this works. The CBS legal drama all Rise, Sentenced to cancelation. The second year show battled turmoil behind the camera, along with being CBS is least watched drama on Full House star Bob.
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"Place where everyone's a neighbor. It's mornings on Main Street with Bill Main on AM by 50 and FM, one of 2.9 Wdun, moving into a brand new day and glad to have you along with us as we do just that. Rainy 49 now gonna clear up a bit by this afternoon, and we'll see temperatures touch about 58 degrees at that points because I mentioned coming at the top of the hour. Today is not just your average Wednesday. Today is January 27th and as such today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. I wanted to talk about what's going on with a very special project, which, as I look at this, and I was talking to a guest off here, this is mind blowing how large this is. We're checking with a Deborah dash more. She is a Jewish scholar, and she's working with opposing library of Jewish culture and civilization. And Debra, This is an amazing project because you go from biblical times all the way today with the history of the Jewish people and That is a massive undertaking. How long have you been working on this? Okay, well, it is a massive undertaking, and I've been working on it for well over a decade, The project actually started back in 2000 and five Um, So what's incredible about it is it's a translation project. You know, it brings everything to you in English. Um, on these air, all original sources, um so you get to read the words of Diverse. Um, Jewish thinkers, writers, poets. Um, uh on, take a look at wonderful visual material. Um, painting photographs, Um, images of sculptures, architectures stuff like that really great stuff. I'm glad you translated, cause my Hebrew is not very good. To be honest with you. Matter of fact, it doesn't exist. So that makes a lot easier for something. Let me just tell you it's not just Hebrew. There's more In a dozen languages, actually close to the two dozen life Wow. Translated from Yes, yes, because Jews wrote in all kinds of languages. Um, you know, tons of European languages. Arabic language is Aramaic. I mean, you name it. Yeah. So let's talk a little bit about like I would see if I can juxtaposition Or maybe you can help me. With this when we talk about when we talk about the Jewish people, one of the things of course, in our time that we think of is the Holocaust. Today's Holocaust Remembrance Day. But I'm kind of curious as far as political fought as far as just poetry, right exist in general. Do you see a shift in mindset? Pre World War two. The post World War. Two. When it comes tol it's being written by Jewish scholars. Yes, we have material you know, from the 19th as well as the immediate years, um, prior to World War two, And there's an enormous sense of optimism. Um, especially in 19th century materials, the sense that the world is opening out for Jews. Um, in the decades just before the Holocaust. By contrast, there's tremendous sense of premonition. You just see it in the writing that they see just things aren't going well. And there were lots of suggestions about how to make changes. What should be done. And then And then, Of course, you have the Holocaust ammand the, uh, period that follows of time. To make sense of what occurred. The volume that covers the whole costs is called catastrophe and rebirth. And the rebirth piece is very important as well. Um, because I just didn't completely become they struggled with trying to make, um make meaning out of the intent. Terrible catastrophe of so many millions of lives lost. It is hard to find that in there that is for sure, it's such a such a horrific tragedy, but from that, we move forward. And how is Is. There was optimism on that end with premonition. How are we? Now? It wouldn't see what is the overall view of Jews now and in Israel and around the world when it comes to Judaism and their peoples. Well, I think that we've entered a period on you can see it in, Um the last volume volume 10, which deals with you know the End of the 20th century beginning of 21st. We've entered a period where Jews are increasingly again expressing diverse points of view. On Do they range all the way from very religious observance. Um, you know, the pious proceed. Um, Two Very secular, um, non observant And the thing about the posing library, juice, culture and civilization is that we include all of these. Um, this is not just, um, the religious writings of twos. Um, it includes Politics culture. We even include material examples of selections for Children, Children, stories and stuff. Excellent in the volume. Yeah, well and how, When we talk about the posing library of Jewish culture and civilization, and I mentioned earlier in the hour that This is you don't physically have to be there to t O pull from it. You guys have done this in a digital form. How How do we access this? How do we gang access to this? Okay, So that's really important. Because if you go to post in library dot com and you registered for free, you can gain access to virtually all the material that has been produced in the bound volumes. You see them is discreet Items you know on your screen, but you could search using different categories to find things on do you really can come up with with wonderful? Um, a zit were connections. One of the things that you could do online at posing library dot com is you could become in a sense your own and psychologist. You can pull together. Um, various selections that you feel, um Represent some of Jewish culture and civilization that you might want to share with others. Deborah Dash more our guest Jewish scholar. We're talking about the posing library of Jewish culture and civilization before let you go in just a handful of seconds we have left. I'm just curious your personal feeling when you look At Jews in this century. What is your feeling? Are you optimistic? Pessimistic? How do you feel? Yeah, I guess I am an optimist. Um, because one of the things you learned from Jewish history is that tragedy has been an inherent part of it. But so have, um, forms of rebirth and resilience and Esso. I remain an optimist. That resilience will Continue to characterize the Jewish people going forward. That is good to hear, because I think our world in general needs more optimists right now. That's really do Deborah Dash more. Thanks for being with us. Don't forget, folks. You can check it out there posing library dot com. Thank you for sharing with us. We appreciate it. Thank you. Sure thing. We're timid. It's away from made it North. Georgia's news talk Ugo just in time from headlines. DJ standing by with a look from the Access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet News Room. Thank you very much Bill. Good morning to everyone president buying President Biden, saying.
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