5 Burst results for "Alan Barton"
"alan barton" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"He could think of. He wrote a song about it. Yeah. They tell me mo money mo problems, baby I disagree. It's no money all problems in the life that we be like money can't buy happiness. You should come shopping with me the sad truth is the better things in life ain't free. Literally all of these problems that you have with family with cars with mental health with content can, in some shape way or form be solved with money and I hate it when people demonize it. West sold off thousands of dollars of speakers, DJ controllers, and synthesizers to pay his bills. And then, just when he thought he'd hit the bottom. He got an email from springboard for the arts, a nonprofit in Minnesota, saying he'd been selected for its guaranteed income pilot. $500 a month for 18 months, no strings attached. I've literally been using it to restart or kickstart my career from a bit of a dead zone. West bought back his DJ equipment. He put some money into maintaining his SUV, which he uses to haul gear to events, and some of the stipend has gone to basics like groceries. This is one of the things that can make income programs controversial. Recipients aren't necessarily required to use the money in a specific way. They don't even have to put it towards making art. Amy Castro co directs the center for guaranteed income research at the University of Pennsylvania, which is partnering with the pilot in Minnesota. No, people aren't required to sort of continue to demonstrate that they are producing a particular art piece. Or that there's no juried competition to see who is producing the better public art installation. To qualify for the program in Minnesota, artists had to show they'd been adversely affected by the pandemic. Artists of color were prioritized, but beyond that, recipients were selected at random. Castro says that's the whole point to not decide whether an artist is good or bad, but to give them an opportunity to grow. The existing art world functions not on trying to create space and equality around who gets to produce who gets access to funding who gets gallery space. And what these projects are offering is something completely different. But like any experiment, the private foundation's funding these programs will want to understand the results, which means the programs have to measure some kind of outcome. Sarah Calderon is the executive director of creatives rebuild New York. Does it help them produce more work to participate in more shows? Does it help them get the next grant, get the next thing? Creatives rebuild New York has two income pilots, a guaranteed income program, and an employment program that gives artists a $65,000 salary per year for two years. Playwright Jesse Jay hoon was chosen to work on new productions and community events for Asian Americans with my theater company in New York City. It means no more three, I'm writing sessions to work around his daytime admin job, creating is now his full-time job. Which is one of the most valuable things for an artist is just having the time to really flesh out your process and your creative work. And he admits he's really looking forward to the health insurance benefit. The first thought I had was, oh my God, I can get new glasses. I can get a teeth cleaning. He says that will give him the mental space he needs to make better work. I'm Kristen Schwab for marketplace. The big Supreme Court decision last week West Virginia versus EPA was about a whole lot more than just what the executive branch can do to regulate the pollution that is warming this planet. We talked about it that day. What the decision means for the administrative state and how this entire economy runs. But yes, in the short term, The White House now does have a trickier path to trying to control climate change. And while the politics in bureaucracy of that decision play out, the earth is being damaged. Now, in real time. Case in point for us today, the oceans, the world meteorological organization reported earlier this year that thanks to us, humans, right? Oceans are the most acidic they've been in 26,000 years, and that is going to have economic consequences, particularly as marketplaces to breed beneficial reports for the shellfish industry. Whisky creek, oyster hatchery, is on the Oregon coast. This is where baby oysters are hatched and raised, and then sold to oyster farms throughout the Pacific Northwest. This is Alan Barton at whisky creek. And the sound you're hearing is our pumps pumping in about 200 gallons a minute of seawater into the hatchery. Barton is the production manager there. The seawater comes in gets treated, goes into tanks where the oysters are hatched. Martin grows vats of green and brown algae to feed them. After nearly 30 years of doing this, back in 2007, something started to go wrong. Entire crops of baby oysters normally swimming around just died. We saw the causes were things like bacteria, disease. So they treated the water for bacteria. 2008, we essentially lost all the larvae in the tire hatchery, $100,000 worth of product and just all went to the bottom. All was in 48 hours or so. The cause, it turned out, was the water itself. More acidic water from deeper in the ocean was upwelling into their water source, driven by seasonal winds. The lower PH, meaning more acidic water was driving changes in the mineral composition of the water, killing the oyster babies. Deeper water is naturally more acidic than surface water and upwelling is a natural event, but human caused emissions are increasing the background level of acidity and may have tipped those natural conditions just past what the oyster larvae could bear. The ocean takes up about 25 to 30% of the carbon dioxide that is emitted. And in doing so, it lowers the PH of the ocean. George wall buster is Professor of ocean ecology and biogeochemistry at Oregon state university. It also lowers something we call saturation state, which is how corrosive the water is to calcium carbonate minerals or shells. He says the PH of open ocean water has fallen since CO2 emissions ramped up with industry about a hundred years ago from 8.1 to 8.0. It sounds small, and what that actually translates to is a 30% increase in acidity. Shannon misak studies the effects of CO2 in the water. She's a research chemist for.
"alan barton" Discussed on KOMO
"Protection against symptomatic infections across all age groups from 60% after two doses down to 20% a few months later but protection remains strong against severe disease Variants are going to continue to evolve So at this point it seems like the best thing to do to protect our children from getting the virus but also from hospitalization as well in this age group New data from Pfizer showing the booster shot increase antibodies 22 fold against omicron in 5 to 11 year olds who had no evidence of prior COVID infection Jenna peacock sees the booster as an added layer of protection for her 8 year old son He's around a lot of people all the time And everybody does things differently So if I can take one step in which I feel I'm keeping him safer than I will But other parents deciding to wait I would rather wait for it I would rather see how things go The debate over boosters comes amid rising COVID infections nationwide New cases now averaging just under 100,000 per day but testing is down 78% since the omicron peak in January with more people now testing at home Hospital admissions climbing two in 39 states and territories Now there's still a lot of concern among health officials about the more than 70% of kids 5 to 11 across the country who still haven't received their first vaccine doses But for those who did early on and are now eligible parents can begin scheduling appointments right away Local health officials still need to sign off on the booster shots for kids here in our state that could happen as soon as today Now to the latest in that Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial actress Alan Barton testified about her brief but rocky relationship with Depp Amber Heard's lawyers called a series of witnesses ABC's Amy rohrbach is tracking the trial He's just a jealous man controlling where are you going Who are you going with What did you do last night Hollywood star Ellen Barkin taking on ex Johnny Depp in court Thursday as Depp faces off with another ex Amber Heard in his bombshell defamation battle Barkin who dated Depp in the 90s said the actor was often out of control Drunk and high recalling a night where an argument erupted between Depp and his friends In.
"alan barton" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I at seven twenty four it's MARCY Williams, Judd Hickinbotham. And Atlanta police officers indicted for a crash last year that severed a woman's army. So Williams testified before Fulton County grand jurors about the day Atlanta police officer, joy Phillips, blew through a red light on Ralph David Abernathy, slamming into Williams, Kia soul. And it was only when she started screaming that I realize my arm was missing Phillips was indicted on felonies serious injury by vehicle in violation of oath of office and two misdemeanors failure to obey traffic control device and reckless driving WSB's. Veronica waters reports Williams is suing the city of Atlanta and a random attacks. Volunteer at the jungle island adventure park in Miami. The parks managing director says the victim is hospitalized. Very happy that it was a non life threatening injuries are investigating just last month, a lion mauled an intern in the North Carolina sanctuary. The line was killed in order to recover the woman's body. New research at the university of Georgia finds a family routine helps teenagers succeed. They say it's boring, but the same old dole family routines actually help teenager succeed. According to researcher, Alan Barton, followed hundreds of sixteen year olds through the age of twenty one those who had regular routines, like I said fed time or dinner together or more likely to avoid alcohol had greater self control. And we're more likely to go to college may not be one single thing. That's the only routines get kids. But it may be a lot of little things. He says the bottom line is routine consistency and predictability are powerful influences on a teenagers life Sabrina Cupet WSB nothing lasts forever. And that's certainly true. The price of forever stamps, US postal services raising the cost of a first class stamp by nickel to fifty five cents. As of January twenty seven priority mail is going up average of six percent. The postal service lost about four billion dollars last year. WBZ news time seven twenty five cars are closer than you think. We'll hear from Clark Howard at the Consumer Electronics Show after we check weather and traffic.
"alan barton" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Last another month despite the shutdown, but a Carter's grandmother fears the day those benefits dry up Marie self is cared for her three disabled grandchildren's since their father committed suicide more than a decade ago. She too is disabled all of them, depend on food stamps already living on the edge financial ruin self says if the food stamps stop. Coming. It's going to be a very issue to try to figure out what I eat them or whether I need to treat them medically that makes Marie self. Normally, a very kind grandmother, very angry breaks, my heart. And it makes me extremely angry that this is going on Pete combs WSB, President Trump claims he has ordered FEMA to send no more money to California wildfire victims FEMA can't say if that's actually true because of the government shutdown ABC's. Karen Travers says the president's feuding with the new California state government days after California's new governor Gavin Newsom pledged to fight against the quote, corruption and incompetence of the White House and the new state treasurer Kirsten flipped off the president after her swearing in after meeting with attorney general nominee William bar, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham believes bar will allow the special counsel to complete his investigation. I asked Mr. bar directly. Do you think Mr. is on a witch on he said, no are you committed to making sure mister mulligan finishes job? Yes. Bar is not meeting with Democrats blaming the shutdown is confirmation hearings next week boring. Home routines benefit teenage. Kids, according to research at UGA predictable mundane life at home is actually good for teenagers. According to university of Georgia researcher, Alan Barton, he says they followed hundreds of sixteen year olds through the age of twenty one and what they found in adulthood reporter variety positive outcomes, including alcohol use being college and lower levels of stress hormone even in their bloodstream. He says it may not be one single thing that family routines give kids, but it might be a lot of little things that accumulate over time. The bottom line, according to him routine consistency and predictability powerful influences on a teenagers. Life Sabrina, Cuba. WSB WBZ news time six eighteen next. Traffic update includes I eighty five delays unless the two minutes. The.
"alan barton" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"At this meeting. The impasse leaves eight hundred thousand federal employees in the lurch Lucica parrot with the bureau of land management is among those faced with no paycheck this week. I definitely tell stuck in our sisters. Absolutely nothing. I can do about it. CBS news update on Pam Coulter. WTMJ news time four thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center. The Green Bay Packers officially welcomed their new head coach Matt leflore at Lambeau this afternoon WTMJ's. Greg Matzek has the latest Matt leflore era has begun step one working to assemble a staff, you might say well, sit step one be concentrating on a relationship with Aaron Rodgers. Well, step one is already truly begun as the and Rodgers spoken. Mark murphy. Also included Rogers in on the process leadership council, Brian and his input was part of the overall input we received, but it was very helpful as well. We'll hear more from coach leflore Florence sports coming up at four forty five. It was an emotional yet optimistic mood after today's announcement for two straight disappointing seasons. The Packers have reason to believe their new head coach can bring a jolt of energy to the franchise sitting in the middle of general manager Brian good Coon San Packers president. Mark Murphy head coach Matt leflore was showered and praise of what the Packers hope he can bring the higher isn't something that happens often here in Green Bay. But after short stints climbing the ladder in the NFL the floor hopes to bring back a championship culture at lambofield. Tony WTMJ news, a Florida grand juries, charged a US navy, captain in a case involving a suspicious death, a possible affair and cover up that happened in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the grand jury charging navy captain John nettleton with obstructing Justice while the. Navy investigated civilians death at the Guantanamo Bay naval station. That's the villian was Christopher tour who reportedly had a confrontation with the navy, captain or accusations. The captain had an affair with the civilians wife. Investigators say captain nettleton did not tell the truth that the two of them had fought he was found. Drowned the next day Andy Field ABC news, new Saudi shed some light on what helps teens achieve UNITA's may say it's boring, but the single dull family routines, actually, help teenager succeed. According to you, Jay researcher. Alan barton. Followed hundreds of sixteen year olds through the age of twenty one those who had regular family routines. Like, I said bedtime or dinner together were more likely to avoid alcohol had greater self control. And we're more likely to go to college may not be one single thing kids, but it may be a lot of little things that went over time to have this long-term effect. He says the bottom line is routine consistency and predictability powerful influences on a teenagers. Life Sabrina cupid, four CBS news, Atlanta, new technology. Being used to uncover secrets about very very old bones. It was discovered in nineteen fifty five sixty million-year-old three foot long fossilized skull of an Xia Sorus and ancient marine reptile with the mouth full of sharp teeth that used to eat fish for years. It just sat on a museum shelf gathering dust, but recently British scientists put the skull in the same cat scan machine. They use for horses and other large animals with the images and the three D printed parts they used to fill in the missing pieces. They realized this was one of the most well preserved ichthyosaur skulls ever discovered and one of the largest they're also using it to find out more about how the reptiles brain sat inside its skull, Cheri Preston. ABC news WTMJ news time, four thirty five..