17 Burst results for "Alonzo King"

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"Lot of emotion we have to listen to listen if we think of the national body it has wounds that we've ignored huge life threatening wounds to everyone you know everyone is that what was done to the native american and the enslaved african was enormous in terms of damage and so to ignore it to not go to the doctor to not say. Hey there's some bleeding here in this wound is so deep and we've ignored it for so long that is perilous and so in our world amalie. We have to take time to say you know what we're moving into a higher age and this antiquated harming evil. It cannot go with us. It's not gonna work. The velocity is changing the. We're moving into a higher age it. It's inevitable that one day all physical problems will be yield scientists going there. It's inevitable it made. You will be psychological in thinking of that progression. I go back to the first point that outer space is not the final frontier is inner speights almond almond in. So if i can hit to the place where i see someone as by relative that this person is my relative regardless of how they look and regardless of how they be a and so love is the answer not sentimental hallmark card luck but the real beloved of millions of mothers the love of billions of mothers that kind. That's the only thing that can heal because laws don't work we have laws galore and we will have more and of course they can litigation we work with the laws but it's hearts that have to change her and that is self work that is self work and so we go back again to wet trace of poison. Do i in myself. If i recognize it in someone else and so the mirror of my mind. Is there a trace bended knee in if there is i need to eradicate it and that is helping the world. There's one less scoundrel thing and the power of visiting the scoundrel within is quite profound. Oh alonzo i thank you for being here i really. You're just a tremendous tremendous human being and we are all better for this time with you. And i do hope you will join us again soon. This has been wonderful all tremendous amount. That's what people are..

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"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"So you wanted to stop and so what we were saying earlier. This thing of identification. It has to travel from me to we to oneness. That's the evolutional chart e to we to oneness i. It's all eagle me. What i want. What i want and then with expansion. It's the family others and often the family can be a sport and no more and so that still too tight and then with more expansion. It is oneness where i did to the mountain. The ocean the animals the spring. The air it is oneness that no one is a stranger the impossibility for anyone to be an alien that magnanimity of identificationsmadison to take even deeper jody. I would say that our inner life is our real life and from that place we can be in the external as long as we're poised in the internal. We can go into all kinds of activity but if with thrown off the internal and there is no peace than there's madness. I could listen to you for days on end. you're easing. you are such a joy thank you. so much lolo I wanna make sure that we get a chance to bring your voice into this conversation and any questions that are our audience may have. Yeah absolutely jody. I was just about to say. I could listen to you all as well. I mean you have such great wisdom in great insights. I learned a lot from what you were talking about like. How it's you know this is truly a time for self reflection and a particularly hung one thing that you said. He said what you identify what you become you know so that is so true and i just want to say thank you. On behalf of both forests are black year jia sales for being a part of this of course having me be a part of this conversation with you. We honor you respect you. And just celebrate your legacy. You're amazing years trailblazer. I had a couple of questions. But i think we're only going to have time for one. Maybe i'll just rallied. Women's go ahead. Go for it. So i wanted to. I mean you mentioned a couple of this a couple of things already. Actually you mentioned staying calm in the face of crisis. I mean we've all gone through tremendous crisis recently especially with everything happened with covid and all the racial tension. That's happened in this country so we'd love to learn from you how you've managed to really stay on. I think you've answered some of it but for us there are listening for everyone is active the conversation. What kind of advice would you give us. In terms of how to navigate those conversations. Where emotions are flared in. There is a lot of tension. How do you navigate that an and managed to stay calm in the second question. Is you know coming from a civil rights family. How have you managed to infuse the lessons that you've learned into your work and also how you approach the current situation. I think that if we are in conversation with people and there is a.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"And how we through. Those cycle busier logical chock crews return back to bliss. Most human beings will not most all of us. We are looking to escape pain and suffering and find some kind of joy that never goes stale. And that edith. Right there makes us make all our choices that either this is going to diminish or prevent suffering and this is going to bring the joy we have that in common we realize or those of us who have acquired things realize that there is a concentration and a will power to make things happen but once you had those things once those things are in your hands there in your possession. They pale because thing don't satisfy some thing is always missing and so to stop chasing the carrot in front of you you say. Wait a minute something. Internal that is much more satisfying because his close to what we are matter cannot satisfy spirit and our soul nature matter can't feed it and so people have doubt about the interior world or a world that is beyond the senses that they have to be lewis and clark about it. They have to go. On the expedition they have to determine. Is this true or not but not to passably. Just dismiss it. No we older on the erotic journey of self discovery and the great minds the mental giants in spiritual giants of millennia. At said you our souls you have ego nature and you have a slow nature. We're souls playing roles and those roles have been interchanging for incarnations in. There's a time to go home and home is eternal when people are in trouble when there's tragedy when they're storm. What do people they want to own. It home is to take care of. The kids is whole. That means what piece because my kids are in trouble. I have no peace. And so the real internal home is inside. Let's say a something happens. There's a tragedy. You're looking to the person. Liz who is making decisions wrapped up any emotion in his in utility. They can't do anything they're not helpful biz person with stepped away from them so that their vision is expanded and they can do what is required to remedy the situation to the best of their ability. That's what.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

05:11 min | 3 months ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"Is needed and there is a much deeper amount of emotional and mental investments. Use to be able to realize that potential. I'm curious about like how these waves are impacting. You and how you coach teach and mentor people to like be able to go the distance and we don't know how long this is going to be going on. They come along at new. Or how it's gonna get even more complicated from where we sit. Today will the challenges we have to change. that is clear. Go back to normal at Particularly business as normal with agra farming the way we treat animals what we're doing to the planet way treat human beings that cannot return again. I think addressing. What you just brought up jodi is that there is a place where you are exhausted and there is also another place where you can be fueled because if you are a give her you have to also go to the well to replenish yourself. And the most rebibbia thing ever knew constant. Wellspring of renewal is internal in dance training. We talk about the center. The place where you're really centered in. Its place that's close in the spine and the idea is if you're in a merriment. What do they call it. A there is not a merry go round. merry go round. Forgive what the name is around. But if you're in the berry center your solid your fix. If you're on. The periphery in its speeds up very fast. You're thrown off completely. So it's that centering place. And so i think there's a problem with how we identify ourselves. That's a really big deal because what you like with you. Eat bench really become and most of us to blatantly. Honest have been fooled. Into thinking that we're humans with limitations and frailties but in reality we are immortals playing the role of mortals and we have to reclaim our identity. How do you think about your identity..

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"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"How do i want to live the slides. What do i want to bring to it. How do i visualize the ending in terms of expansion or growth and order my gifts to the world before i depart so it brings up. The series primordial questions that have stymied human beings since the beginning of time. Who am i. Why am i here can because you have the presence of anything could happen and that brings vibrancy and also applause to live and that opportunity. Jody to say. I'm going to examine myself. Is one of the riches places for expansion. It's introspection just like so. Many people are introspective. Right now m. I a racist. Do i have a trace of that in me. Let me get educated in certain ways. Let me read this and re debt and so in that same manner of introspection it should continue with everyone all over the world. Mit selfish am. I greedy the things that i dislike in other human beings. Is there a trace of bad inside of me. Let me interest backed and remove it. So that i can contribute something positive to this world. It's interesting that we think that our thoughts are these kind of little individual things that are separate from other people but thoughts are universally connected and we plug into them whether they be negative or positive and so if our thoughts are negative. We're adding to the bonfire. We're adding to the malays and so this period to actually examine your thoughts thoughts that when you're super busy you wouldn't have the opportunity to examine them. Because you're in the rush. You're taking care of your kids. You have deadline jeff projects and so you're in constant were and when you have the time to say no. Let me really interested and see what i ignored. That may be sub-conscious and so quiet time and with really quiet interiors ation. You're able to see enemies entrance. A you want to build up the internal friends in diminish the enemies. And i say that because.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

Blazing Trails

05:23 min | 3 months ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Blazing Trails

"Sales for studios. And i'm here with rachel levine. Where the team that brings you blazing trails. Devi here mike off. Thanks for having me. Well rachel it's our episode of twenty twenty. I can't believe it wa. We started this show in january before the pandemic started with the idea of taking some of the great talks that we have dream force every year. Bring those to a larger audience. It's grown into this incredible program and thank you to everybody who subscribed into all of our listeners for joining us on this journey and today we're going to hear one of the best sessions from rb well together series and this is the series that we've done. It's focused on holistic wellness. The we've been running really since the beginning of the pandemic. So rachel tell me about who will be hearing from today michael. Today we're going to be hearing from alonzo king. He's the founder and choreographer lines ballet company. That's based right here in san francisco. You may be familiar with this word. Yeah and you know what. I just this talk released surprise me. Because he's someone that takes on this philosophical and kind of emotional journey as well and talks about the importance of maintaining and finding your inner balance and peace and taking advantage of these kind of still moments that a lot of this right now. Everyone is always said at one point in their life. Oh if only the world would stop and for us really did this year yep and he takes his philosophical approach about what is there in that stillness. How can we grow. What's the inner journey that we can do at this time. Yeah and how to think about this time as an opportunity to and really there are so few opportunities to do that. So we hope you enjoy the conversation today with the lonzo and salesforce. Jody kohner executive vice president of global enablement and for more be well together. Goodness head over to s ftc dot co slash wellbeing. That's sf f. d. c. dot co slash wellbeing and.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To AM one thousand from two to six. And I will tell you this. God bless the MLS describe what this is. Awesome, the over was three and a half which we. Bet. The LA galaxy and Colorado Rapids over. Three and a half which is a lot normally for any normal soccer game not, him less my? Friend and Ron tweeted me this morning tune was like man I thought I had it because sixty minutes in. It was a zero zero draw and. Then four goals in food it was awesome starting with the sixtieth. Minute and then the seventy, four th minute. Seventy, eight th minute and then the eighty second minutes to spare this bad boy. Went over night we are going to stick to the MLS yes we were going to stick to LA As we go to. L., AFC is taking on real Salt Lake The last four out of five games. For l. AFC have gone over the last three out of five Do they know they don't it's going to say I try crazy. Soccer partly every Saturday Don't yeah I, do I do so the last time real Salt Lake played l.. AFC the game l. AFC won five the one the over. Is once again three and a half so we're gonna go with the over its you gotta lay some juice this time because. They're expecting this one, to go over I mean you can it doesn't it doesn't matter Aw I'm just saying it for people. Who. Maybe want to bet this on their own yeah so if, you want to take, the under in this game like we, did yesterday, be, caller, eighty, seven, right, now, two, three. One two three three two three seven seven six and you will get a chance to win a twenty five dollar gift or no betting voucher betting voucher that. You can use. On ED's those. Pick some Fridays I like that that's good stuff you know what I. Led to give you. Credit for making that selection all of the MLS did you? Make some, money on. It yourself on your legal of course I did I did and I'm probably. Hopefully going to make. Some money. On this tonight But they're actually to MLS games? Tonight DC, United takes. On Portland, early at nine o'clock okay in some did jesse's calling Jesse want Almost the game is almost over he's gonna pop on and. Give us a quick recap you know what. I'm gonna do now we've got about five minutes before we have to take a? Break, I'm going to shift gears bears and Broncos how about that play, a little Broncos sound for your. Sound from the Broncos practice Matt Nagy and friends were. In Denver, as the bears and Broncos practice they will do the same tomorrow and then obviously they will play a preseason game Saturday in Denver this to me is the. Best. Thing any NFL team can do is, actually spent a couple. Of days practicing against another NFL, team had so. Much more valuable actually then then playing in a preseason game. Cubs game has gone final cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers. Eight, to four so they split the two, games set is gonna join us now we're going. To get you want to Jesse now, okay we'll get to the cubs conversation later, but jesse's on the phone now just. Big win I guess they're all big in August. But. Certainly a nice bounce back after yesterday Days debacle one of the better wins in the second half maybe the fact if we go back and look at it because the formula what's. On. The money Hendrix came out pitched with, the league because Rizzo. Hit two run home run in, the first inning. Never Hendrix got a little shaky later we can't have a. Perfect game right but the offense added on late and. It, was more like formulaic like the way, you'd wanna see it so maybe the best one. Of the second half I'm not sure, at least arguably one of the better ones And, it began with. Rizzo's two run Homer in the first inning Yeah I was gonna say Henricks had. The good stuff, to start to gain that hasn't been the case obviously his his, his downfall has been not having good stuff, early. In. The game but that, wasn't the case in this one Jeff absolutely nutty struck out eight which tied, up, a season, high and look great in the first three innings especially I mean Molin guys, down great movement had a little hiccup. In the fourth, and again a hiccup before he left, the game like I said not completely exactly the. Way you want but the key is they didn't play, from behind and that was partly because. Partly, because original batting four it's the two run home or so yeah, certainly good enough to win by Kyle Hendrick Jess I mentioned earlier there are a lot of, high heaters from from specifically from the brewers early in this game and then it looked. Like the? Cubs man on a couple of high entites as well did? I am I seeing things or did you notice some something similar I really. Didn't so I'm not sure you know we're, just part of the game, or or or something else, going on, I didn't notice that so much was pretty I mean, it, comes out to that. Lead, but the game was not exactly out of hand at any point really so I yeah I didn't. Notice that China's, stir it up at either was one that got away that I, think by is almost almost stepped into right, I. Guess. Ninety nine inference is, that this thing is really developed into a very nice rivalry between the cubs, and, the brewers, yeah I mean we knew that last year I mean you know with all, that stuff they want an off the. Field but has, really spilled on onto the field so, to speak you know we haven't had any bench. Clears or anything like that so it's intense there's no, doubt and it probably will be that. Way, they're the final six games of the season series and you know, I think it's going to go down to the last week I don't think there's a big, shock though comes a little breathing room winning this teams that of you know dropping it. And falling? Just a game ahead of Milwaukee David Bodey back in the Lineup two, for five with a couple, of runs, scored I believe also had a very nice base running, moments coming home as well He continues to give GI Joe reasons to play him Jess I mean spearheaded and he's made a bunch of these but this. One, may have been one of. His best Alonzo king runs well he made up barehanded play third time I'm telling. You not many players in the world can make. That place so two more hits great base running great defense I'm not sure, if he can sit more. Than the normal once a week like everybody kind of sits I just don't. Don't see how you can go away from that right now and now the million. Dollar question isn't it has been for quite some time now can? They use this as a stepping stone to even better things can they build some? Momentum, now after a big win after. A pretty, lacklustre loss yeah, I'm not going to predict that but again just, like Sunday if there's, ever, a situation. Work should carry over this is another, one solid solid wound but if it didn't carry over. Sunday the new knows what's going to happen in Pittsburgh. Tomorrow John Lester who's been struggling. Gets back on the, mound we don't know about this. Offense it's just one game but at least it's a start so between John, Lester and how they played on offense in the. Second half I don't think you can make any predictions. Past What we just saw all right just we'll talk, to you again in the about five thirty good Thanks, bye Jesse Rogers up and on. The north side. At Wrigley as the, cubs, beat, the the. Brewers eight to four is your final as we mentioned you heard. Jesse talk Kyle Hendricks six innings seven hits four earned runs got off to a very good, start then kind. Of wobbled a. Little bit as the game went on David Bodey in the. Lineup, two, for, five two runs scored good defensive play good base, running moment for him as. Well cubs bats finally. Come alive after being shut out, yesterday seven zip thirteen, hits eight runs scored so? Nice bounce back. And as I mentioned to Jesse now the question is can they build on this this is something can. They go. In and go to Pittsburgh and maybe find, some, momentum, will, we'll, find, out, we'll, discuss. We will we'll ask for your phone calls three one two three three two, three seven seven six if you have any thoughts on the cubs big win over the brewers..

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"alonzo king" Discussed on Stance

Stance

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on Stance

"This episode is brought to you by lift two thousand eighteen london's premier festival of international performance taking place across the city's major spaces and hidden places this summer featuring work from artists from around the world including australia the democratic republic of congo the netherlands south korea the usa and much more this is one festival not to be missed checkout lift festival dot com for further info and booking this is stance podcast arts culture and current affairs from diverse global perspectives with over the minutes month to be nominated for british podcast award you can help us by voting for stones in the listener's choice awards we're totally independent if you listen to stunts and love it please help us by waiting before the seventeenth of may at british podcast awards dot com slash bait this month we head to india tech's mumbai one of the largest most magical cities on we speak to artists activists and educators to geor out some of the stories within the metropolis we speak to grammy award winning musicians accusation and ballet choreographer alonzo king to hear about that and you collaboration and finally we speak playwright natasha gordon about her first theater production nine night i'm had to fallon san francisco and i'm christopher genesis in london coming up me for instance i'm an english speaking educated women in my thirties who is not married this is a place of extreme privilege while i have my assaults and attacks all of these happen the fact that i'm able to sit here on on a weekday and talk to you and have this conversation openly and it's shocking to me that there are people who don't have this something needs to be done about it.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's a sample from a new dance by sean dorsey and his work is always political and in some way a funny and moving he's transgender and queer and his brand new pieces called boys in trouble about how toxic masculinity is making trouble for the whole world i often this helps at all but i both make andy quiche and this is a very up to the moment dance for dorsey with the metoo movement so boiling and new attacks on lgbtq rights and also just beautiful dancing from them at z space in san francisco is such a great score that's john adams absolute jest and it's the score for a new ballet by miles thatcher which is part of unbound the big festival coming to san francisco la with a slightly kinky title factor and adams to our local thatcherism young soloist and choreographer with san francisco ballet he just moves big groups of dancers around in beautiful ways and the festival is this two week frenzy of new works by thatcher and eleven other choreographers from much further afield and this is artistic director helgi tomasson baby has been in the planning for more than two years he's kind of a cool duty just isn't passionate when he talks but he says he wants the festival to answer the question where is ballet headed in our time i can't say where it should be going but i wanted to see what today's young sought after choreographers were doing and where they were heading i don't know but it has to now speaking of our valley is headed the festival features two women choreographers which sadly is a rarity so annabelle lopez osha and cathy marston lopez oh just two thousand and sixteen piece broken wings is a ballet based on the life of free to kalo and it was named one of the year's best premieres by dance europe you can also catch a new piece by alonzo king at the festival he's going to be coming off a thirty five year celebration for his own lines ballet company so i'm excited to see what they're gonna show us i'm bound kicks off friday april twentieth and runs through eighth six at the war memorial opera house in san francisco.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That is such a great score that's john adams absolute jest and it's the score for a new ballet by miles thatcher which is part of unbound the big festival coming to san francisco ballet with a slightly kinky tidal thatcher and adams to our local thatcher is a young soloist choreographer with san francisco ballet he just moves big groups of dancers around in beautiful ways and the festival is too weak frenzy of new works by thatcher and eleven other choreographers from much further afield and this is artistic director helgi tomasson baby it's been in the planning for more than two years he's kind of a cool duty just isn't passionate when he talks but he says he wants the festival to answer the question where is ballet headed in our time i can't say where it should be going but i wanted to see what today's young sought after choreographers were doing and where they were heading i don't know but it has to live off now speaking of our valley is headed the festival features two women choreographers which sadly is a rarity here so annabelle lopez ocho and cathy marston love has just two thousand sixteen piece broken wings is a ballet based on the life of frida kahlo and it was named one of the year's best premieres by dance europe you can also catch a new piece by alonzo king at the festival he's going to be coming off a thirty five year celebration for his own lines ballet company so i'm excited to see what they're gonna show us yeah i'm bound kicks off friday april twentieth and runs through eighth six at the war memorial opera house in san francisco.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on AM Joy

"We think about two people two men who will amaze people with their preaching before the age of sixteen to men who fought for on behalf of oppress people two men who spoke against wars and rumors of wars two men who were pursued persecuted by the authorities to men who predicted they own deaths in two men who were executed before the age of forty jesus christ himself and dr king and it's important that we realize that while we celebrate the life of jesus and his resurrection the tomb being empty we've got a declared dr king's to minty to his resurrection as spirit in what we do is is organizers and activists and journalists even and continue to fight the fight that he started yeah i mean ironically there was a death of a teenager that occurred in the the march before dr king came back to memphis when those sanitation workers were striking again guy named larry pain kind of lost a history but a teenager killed ostensibly by police allegedly while they were looking at people breaking windows during during that marsh a lot of ironies here i wanna play a little bit of dr king's only grandchild alonzo king nine years old and this was yolanda little yolanda speaking at the march for our lives rally last weekend he martin.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ready for science friday lagged one today on kqed public radio right after owlry and welcome back to form i'm scott schaefer here from munich baghdad gene gene yes baghdad the voice use lisa fisher of vocalist who is performing vaferi song with the alonzo king winds valet in a production called the propelled heart and she is with me here in the studio lisa fisher is well you look beautiful i wish people could see what i see you like his son jesus watching now serve yellow out on blushes welcome and this is a your back it up poop in this production again uh has it feel to be back in san francisco passing by milan's okaying and lines bella it's just amazing us so liquid end the air angular in their safa and they're like the wind but then there are also powerful and they're they're almost like living breathing art with seoul's to lean and describe i saw performance last time with who was 2015 when when you first performed it but describe because you're in the you're on stage in the middle of the stage area surrounded by thursday what's not like it saying you know i'm i get to be a thread and i feel like the beautiful material and i just get to we in and out of them and our honour musical a plane and natal for me to see the movement with uh the the melody's and just how they may well together sometimes you can be me audience linked to to a certain extent their responding to you but it's all very critic raft raveena how how much of it is spontaneous join me every breath is spontaneous john plan and plan until.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was in the air corps in uh in the philippines and he was a teenager and what happened was the u s a far east air force was destroyed during the first week and so the air corps were put in uh in infantry name yeah and so he said he didn't know what he was going through and so this told him joe don't worry i'll save you and he was standing next the somebody who belong to the same regiment that he was referred to will cheryl thanks very much for that let's go we can't neighbor us encourter madeira but a quick comment if you would you from deed who ruining various unique we were one world war uh without the philippine bagged cecilia mahboob why also in the us navy during the cold war and vietnam era and i'll tell you flat out i was all was shown the utmost respect m still am groundless with french hard owes ron's were i'm osamd free we're going to have to leave it there frauds were coming up to the bottom of the hour and this is to half an hour segment but to thanks so much for checking in an lu ten cinco sicilia girl in thank you so much for joining a sharing of the history of your community and of the family and just quickly something going on this weekend we should know about uh yes in banville banville mario veterans building we have an exhibition with the u s s hornet their percent thing to do little rugby endless going to be a breach wantonly fina veterans the contingent is number forty four eleven o'clock don both uh in the next half hour lisa for the vocalist you may remember from twenty feet from stardom she's in town for alonzo kings winds ballet will be talking with her stay with us gene gene yep nick scott here's what's coming up monday on foreign with michael krasny catacombs worked in the marine county coroner's office for thirty six years starting as a death investigator manned ending as elected coroner is the subject of book titled the education of a coroner lessons in investigating death he'll join us on monday along with author john bateson and the form team is working on a series about rebuilding after the north bay.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm scott chief forum in our first former pnc chair zil joins us now talk about her new book alleging among other things that the democratic party tilted the rules against bernie sanders to help clinton win the nomination plus filipino world war two veterans finally get their do and singer lisa for talks about her return collaboration with alonzo kings lines ballet that's later this morning on forum right here on kqed public radio now i am i replayed o on hynix science friday syria is joining the paris climate accord leaving the u s to standpoint alone can the world reached the twodegree obscene goal without american health plus the challenges of tracking florida's panther populations and did you know the rvs the size of a grain of rice look at the secret life of chinese be all on science friday drunk pri join us for science friday at eleven this morning from npr news in washington i'm lagged me say i ragged mr gbagbo in the sham between the us other global economic powerhouses at the asiapacific economic cooperation summit in vietnam he's long said he believes the us has been shortchanged in earlier trade pacts today trump said no more when the united states enters into a trading relationship with other countries or other people we will from now all expect that our partners will faithfully follow the rules just like we do trump struck a different tone in vietnam flag before when he was in china contrary to his scathing rhetoric during the campaign about beijing trump's approach to china this week was more congenial shine is a powerful trading partner and a critical player in defusing the north korean nuclear crisis republicans in congress are moving ahead with separate plans to overhaul the nation's tax code says they'll be merged into one bill before lawmakers take a final vote the house and senate would both doubled the standard deduction taken by most taxpayers and slashed the corporate rate to 20 percent but the senate legislation maintains many popular tax breaks light deductions for mortgage interest and medical expenses that the house would eliminate republican leaders hope to pass the two versions and birds them later this year it hopes.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Select cities gene i'm sam youth german and i'm sarah much test this week on kqed's the duallisted ballet in lavender and benefit for fires museum shows you can take her whole family to some back and much more on the do this drug culture us fawn here in northern california this friday in every friday morning at six to john cleese morning in i'm scott chief later today on forum in our firm sour former dnc chair donna brazile joins us to talk about her new book alleging among other things that the democratic party tilted the rules against bernie sanders to help hillary clinton win the nomination plus filipino world war two veteran out there do and singer lisa fisher talks about her return collaboration with alonzo kings lines ballet that's later this morning on foreign right here on kqed public radio now i expect cloudy day for the bay to that as well as the southern sacramento valley today expected in the '60s michael state the time seven after three it's your friday morning morning edition now on he kiwi d three radio at eighty eight point five fm gene it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm david greene and it's going to be timed your taxes again good times great so excited about bad we got to say there will not be any major changes to how we do our taxes this year regardless of what happens in congress over the next few months but many republicans pull off their plan by different in the future were beginning to get a clear picture of how different that might be republican senators released their tax plan yesterday their counterparts in the house have been pushing their own version toward and let's talk about this with an pure political editor domenica montinaro hit medico the morning david so i went and.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"And his wrap career was something that he turns running does acting any killed it at that and then followed then turns around and start to heavy metal band called body county killed at that so i he's a very diverse dude i've always been very impressed with his you know what he decides to do next type thing yeah yeah it's always it seems to work you know what i mean aisles amid fan of i see seattle supremely confident guy tell ya supremely confident mats send mitochondria fort as musicians music keeps us level keep us sane keeps his bounced like judas who like beyond the match trading you'd get that training any ganor to three hours whatever needed and you just level the whole day it's our prozac in a music at the same thing to us now yeah and again they say to what are you gonna do you retire what are you doing your retirement as ted there's that statistic where if the people that retire the fucking croke like six me out drew anoja me or whatever it is driving it keep going you just live here fifty young to you gotta do abroad the judicial yeah i heard you want to i mean me why not i was talking to harvey in europe i thought of actually taking who is the english jamie that we talked to kick i'd like standing we'll also thought like would freaked me out to have like somebody's armpit of my faith which completely considering the things i've done i should not be concerned with that now is gives the crush and even hanzo hands of god bless him alonzo king you know is right here to of the city now i love you cyber taken it started i uc came about ninety three i think moon we watch we read an article and black bill magazine by drummer danny schueler said magazine article it was about the grace he's i think was belt in about a year later so he's like your family read about doing this noholdsbarred fight we watched at the next day we reached out to anybody who knew jit suit so we through some friends we met this dude who told us he was elyo graces sister's son.

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"alonzo king" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"alonzo king" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"We go back to julie now in aspen judy thanks hari we want to introduce you to alonzo king a noted choreographer who believes dance improves our spirits and that in turn has a direct effect on our health take a look see this number which speeds between his name as the loans rookie to stick director of alonzo key lines valley it's a san franciscobased international touring belly company we were invited to the health festival here aspin and i brought four dancers from the company to do a demonstration and talk about how health at are intertwined oh my mother took dancing it university and when i was a kid she would show me things that i had a blast with intimacy with my mom plus i loved moving so i never stopped there is a triumvirate of body mind soul that is in a balancing act for help if something is imbalance than it's it's dis ease the performance that we do here on friday as large demonstration displaying how dance is really ideas it's thought made visible the same with the music is thought made audible or holes is that the mind will be stirred and the heart will be moved you may argue with it you want them to hear it add to have some response to it when i first begin dancing since i had no idea that it was a profession i just knew that it was an experience that made the outer world dm and i thought larger and euphoric.

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