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"ana maria" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"ana maria" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"This jay. Cortez is new. Album is called timeless song. We're hearing from this low. Spend omri say are from. Npr music salt latino back to talk about this when hey ana maria hey robin. How's it going all right. Jay cortez is an artist too. He spent a lot of time early on in his still very young career writing songs for a lot of other musicians but this is a real flex for him as a as a solo artist. Jay cortez is one of those artists who i think everyone is watching right now. He's been talked about in all kinds of circles as someone who not only is on the rise and is incredibly popular in his collaborating with just about every single notable name in the tone and latin music world generally but also someone who's really not afraid to experiment to think outside of the box to do different things so very excited to see that he's he's producing a sophomore album and as you say he's a real rising star in reggae tone but he he really expanses sort of his palette of sounds on this album quite a good bit he embodies this beautiful example of what is like don. I think you know people have this conception of it's attached to this specific. Be in this in this specific set of sounds and impart. That's true. But i think the tradition of dawn is being experimental is not being any one thing. I mean if you look at all of the big artists right now. They're always experimenting. They're always trying different. Sounds you look at bad. Bunny look at j galvin. You know they're not afraid to go and mixed with pajama. Or mix with boleros. Or even mix as j galvin before jay is doing on this album with edm house music and they both did collaborations with scroll ix. Yeah one of the things i really liked about. The record is is just how it gets into your bones in wonderful ways you know to some really cool hooks in drops in the production. He's got a really infectious rhythm and flow to his voice. I dunno i found it to be one of those records. That just keeps sort of looping in your brain long after you listen to it. It's really. I think a great work. Jay cortez is the artist. Who's new record is called timeless. Thanks so much ana maria. Thanks so much for having me all right. Let's do one more album before we take a break. It comes from the jazz pianist and flattish kirk light city out now.

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"ana maria" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"ana maria" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Welcome back latisha ice. Even thank you. Thank you and also we have ana. Maria sayer producer for latino. Hi ana maria. Hey how's it going. It's going well. I'm so glad you guys are both year. So billy island has kept busy since the release of her first album. She's put out a handful of standing singles including everything. I wanted which one record of the year at this year's grammy awards her james bond theme no time to die won a grammy and is likely to figure into next year's oscars race assuming it ever comes out now. She is back with a new album called happier than ever. These songs are entirely homemade. They are written and performed and recorded by just two people that it'd be billy irish and her brother phineas o'connell who's a producer and multi instrumentalist and engineer not to mention a singer songwriter in his own right. The two of them made happier than ever. During the pandemic. it's existence was basically made possible by the fact that they couldn't tour and it feels appropriately. Interior this is a headphone record. That touches on heartbreak and self acceptance and societies treatment of women the perils fame sonically and thematically. It feels to me like a departure from the album. That made billy alicia star. That album delved really deeply into anxiety. And coming of age this one grapples more with fame and bad relationships as seen with the benefit of perspective speaking of the benefit of perspective..

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How Has Olivia Rodrigo Become Pop's Brightest New Star

All Songs Considered

01:57 min | 1 year ago

How Has Olivia Rodrigo Become Pop's Brightest New Star

"Until the very beginning of this year. Olivia rodrigo was known. Mostly as an actress on a couple of kind of disney adjacent. Tv shows most recently high school musical the musical the series on disney plus but in january. She put out her first single called driver's license and it was instantly massive ana maria. Tell us about olivia rodrigo. So i'm going to be real with you guys I have been getting in a lot of arguments since driver's license dropped. I think you know because it blew up in the way that it did. Everyone's out here kind theorising like what happened. There was a perfect storm of tiktok in the drama around it and her fame that she already had an. I think people did not want to believe that. Eliza byard rico was legit like you know what it was this one thing. I don't know what happened. Weird spotify algorithm thing. but like. that's it so. I'm very excited about this new album because this is my suck album. I'm like everyone listen up. Olivia rodriguez is real. This is the ultimate validation of fair to say it blew me away. I heard the album. I was running around. My jaw was literally dropped. She she could have gone. You know for the classic pop cookie cutter or whatever album. She could have really put out anything and people would have listened for sure. That's just like the situation right now but she she went for it. She put heart into it. She put soul into it. She put nuance honestly. If anything. i would call this album. A pop survey. It's not just one thing it's not just one sound. It's really her saying. I'm pulling from all these different pop queens these different styles you can hear lord you can hear billion it. You obviously hear taylor in a. I hate to make the taylor comparison but is literally all over this album.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And I'm thinking, Imagine wasting all those lawyers, fees for look, contracting and subcontracting. Yeah. On the other hand, you know this might be a good lesson in economics. Textbooks of this is how the economy works. You know, it's it's not just the beginning and end of a transaction. There's a lot of stuff and a lot of people are kept employed, even on the simplest thing. Maira, Plato, and this is Science Friday from W. N. Y C studios. Let's move to the Entomology prize. The Entomology prizes awarded to Richard Vetter for collecting evidence that many entomologists scientists who study insects are afraid of spiders, which are not insects Prize will be presented by Nobel laureate Rich Roberts. Well, doctor better many. Congratulations. This is a well one prize. And I fully understand anybody being frightened of spiders. But I hope you're not And now we'll hear the acceptance speech from the winner. Hi. This is a spider and I'm gonna technologist. I studied people spider interactions, mostly medical issues, but also directly phobia. No surprises me When my Entomology colleagues come up through and confided to me that they're afraid of spiders. Concerning the morphological diversity that insects present ladybugs, butterflies, beetles, etcetera, that they would just assume a spider into the general author, part body form situation. But they don't need to go director phobia and they treats parties differently than insects. So I ran a questionnaire study looking at the entomologist who afraid of spiders for these people to more Thanks makes a big difference. We need it any acceptance speech that ends in Book of Buddha. Deserves the wind. All right, let's go to the last prize. We can talk about it, and that's the economics prize. The economics prize is awarded to Christopher Watkins. One David Lay on Gomez, John Bull They on Yesica is Atlanta. Wits. Max. Cord Marker. Marco Antonio Korea, Varia. Ana Maria Fernandez, Danielle Wagstaff and some well a bull agan. We're trying to quantify the relationship between different countries, national income inequality and the average amount of mouth to mouth. Say.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Next hour with a change maker legendary Maria, you know, HASA. 28 year old host of NPR, Latino USA, CEO for Total Media Group, A pioneer Trailblazer fighter, social activist. Someone who I deeply respect and admire Ana Maria Allah. I have to say that when I got the email from Commonwealth, I asked me did a triple take. I said to myself, she wants me to interview her. Ah 100 thoughts and questions resting my mind. And then I got your book once I was you, a memoir of Love and hate and torn America. I'm gonna confess. I got the hard copy. But I also did the audio because you're an amazing storyteller, and I wanted your voice to guide me through these pages. When I read through it. It just all came together. And I kind of understood why you wouldn't want to go many Khanna, who was born in Washington Heights, who loves her culture, her family who lives crossing boundaries every single day. This book feel like a sand, cultural for me, honestly, anybody to and I still with all that I still couldn't sleep last night, thinking that we were gonna have this opportunity. Together for so I just want to say thank you for writing this. It's so powerful. I would recommend this book for any beating heart that is wondering how we're gonna turn this corner from this dark period of history Right now. It's when we read her story, not his story. Her story. Now we could understand how our story our legacy our generations and I fit into this crazy upside down world we're living in right now. So let's get started. I actually want to start to the very beginning page is not the letter, which we'll talk about in a second, but to the moment that you were a baby in your mom's arms. She just come into Dallas, Texas, and here she is this petite young woman. 5 FT. Tall facing this man who you later described as 100 year old redwood, cause he was still tall. And it was in that moment that your mom when she was threatened the thought of you being taken away from her because he had a little rash on your skin that have just gotten because got a blanket in the plane. They threatened that they would take you away from her. And that's when your mom her voice just resounded. I want to hear from you. How did that moment as you reflected on it? As you wrote about it shaped your recognition. I'm of your own voice throughout your life. First of all, thank you. And thank you. For all those words and the paintings behind me over there. Those are made by head bump. It is Dominican artist standing apart into my love. Yes, yes, And he's been just an essential part of my life and And really, you know, such such a pillar of my life that allowed me to basically do this. So so the arrival of my mother is is an important part of the story, and I didn't really Realize what was happening. I would often tell the story one site once I got it, because I didn't get it until I was in my thirties. So part of what I hope happens with once I was you is that people actually start asking, and it's hard to get people to tell the arrival stories because some of them are really Hard and there's some shame, and I realized that this is what happened with my mom. First time I heard the story to make it short. He was like no, because you know, we arrived. We all had our green cards. We were going to meet that, who is at the University of Chicago in Chicago, and you know that's very tall immigration agent at the Dallas airport in 19 early 19 sixties. You know, said that he was gonna you know that you have the measles and that he was going to have to put you in quarantine And you know, I just My mom is speaking and she's like, and I just stood up to him. I said no, no, no, you know, And so the way that I would tell this story was that my mom Understood what it was to be an American. Even before she was an American. She had a green card and she was like, I know my rights. You know, I'm gonna stand up and so I would tell the story. And if I was on stage with you at the Commonwealth, you know, I'd be like prancing around and telling this story about this little woman who stands up you know, that was That was the applause moment in my speeches. It was like, Oh, now I know where I get my voice Tiny, but mighty. My mom. And then, um, you know, I've been reporting about Children. Being taken from their parents for not just you know the past 10 years, But before that, But certainly when we heard the audio of toddlers screaming for their parents It was a shocking moment for everybody. And so I was at the airport in my mom called. My mom was in tears. And she said, I said my market bastard like you bust him up, and then she just said, you know, I realized that that could have been me. I was like, what do you talking and she was like my she says, my meat that the women who have had their babies taking away from them. That could have been me. And those babies that could have been that could have been you. And everything..

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"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Let's give people for 100 hours a month just to make ends meet. And one of your callers made an excellent point yesterday when they were saying that Republicans were saying, OK, well, you know We could possibly make this $600. Rachel Active. Someone said, You know what? I can tell my kid in a month. I'm going to retroactively feed you. You know it's bad. That's my point, but thank you for taking my call. All of this. Marjorie. Thank you. Thank you so much, Rashad. Do. The Republicans have somewhat of a point in your opinion on Those Americans for whom unemployment benefits exceed their working incomes, if that could be eliminated in a more narrow way than just ending the $600 for everyone. Even below that line. Would that make sense to you? You know, I am old enough to remember Hurricane Katrina when the floods broke the levees and the manufactured decisions of Ah flood by bad decision makers turned into a like Walter disaster. And major corporations came in and read the rewards. I'm old enough to remember 2008 when the financial crisis hit in black people and brown people lost tremendous amount of wealth that they had built up against all sorts of oppressive systems. In their homes as their houses were stolen, and banks were bailed out in corporations were bailed out. You know, we only end up in these conversations around nickel and dime ing when we're talking about everyday people in May Street, but there seems to be always tons of money and tons of opportunity for the biggest corporations to Reese to reek. Tons of rewards and benefit from a country that's been built by a workforce that is never been given their full fair share. And so to the extent that They are the sort of conversations about you know whether or not some people are making Mohr on unemployment insurance, and they were making before, but it always seems like we are sort of focusing on people at the very sort of bottom of the food chain while giving huge brakes huge benefits. Huge portions of release to those the top and never actually monitoring how that money moves around the economy. And so what we're watching is billionaire is becoming, you know, getting more and more money, more and more resource during this economic crisis, and people literally starving. So the thing I think is really important is that Hard to Upton. I think we talk about the people who have been oppressed and targeted in active voice, and we talk about the systems in past the voice. And what I mean is, we will say banks. We will say black people are less likely to get loans from banks instead of saying banks are less likely to give loans to black people. We will see that black people are dying. Coben. Instead of decisions of corporations on our government are killing black people in this country. Black folks in black communities brown folks in black communities are not vulnerable. We have been under attack. We have been targeted. We have been exploited. And so we need to focus not simply on the outcomes of inequality, but the input and how the choices this country continues to make puts us in harm's way. So the path forward, right? Yes, we have to deal with the short term. The $600 payments. Yes, we have to deal with the sort of all the ways in which we need to make sure we extend benefits. But we also have to recognize that the reason why we're in this situation is because we have made a set of choice in this country. It is built a safety net that has put people in harm's way that has given us this outcome that we are currently experiencing. And if we learn anything from this moment is that we have to make better decisions and different decisions moving forward in terms of who our elected leaders are in terms of how we hold corporations accountable In terms of what we demand we just don't need. People tto have to be in survival mode. We want to create an economy in a society where people can actually thrive. And that is actually why. I think it's so important. Whether it's the workmen and Maria and CPD are doing to sort of mobilized people whether the work we're doing at holding corporations accountable. What is the collective work of fighting for black businesses? Black? Businesses in Latino businesses and other businesses that have been put in harm's way. It's ensuring that the government works for all of us and ensures that all of us have an opportunity to be able to reap the rewards of the richest country in the world, and not just a few of the very top I think that that's what we're dealing with in so many ways that this quite it has exposed But we won't get out of it if we don't actually make different choices and create different rules. So Rashad Kind of to that point about who the leaders on who they represent, as we run at a time and you have come on this program so many times to talk about. Racial inequality and what would make more racial equality at the corporate level. We've talked about a lot also at the government level, and so I just went up. Give you a chance to react to a couple of things that President Trump said in the very detail than specific interview that Jonathan Swan from Axios did with him the other day. Trump actually seemed to say he has done more for black Americans than John Lewis or LBJ. Here's the comparison to John Lewis. He didn't come to my inauguration. He didn't come to my state of the Union speech is and that's OK. That's his right. And again nobody has Dunmore, the Americans that I understand He should have gone, But I think you made a big mistake. But nobody has done more for African Americans than Donald Trump. And here's the comparison in conversation with Jonathan Swan with LBJ. I did more for the black community than anybody with the possible exception ofthe Abraham Lincoln. Whether you like it or not, People see what's really You believe he did more than Lyndon Johnson? Who passed the house I got quite intimately. Did Youjust reform done? I get prison reform. Lyndon talks done things. I'm not well. He passed the civil rights. How has it worked out if you take a look at what Lyndon Johnson didn't think that prison down because, frankly, it took a long time. So this is low hanging fruit I realized were shot, but it deserves a response. Would you like to respond to that in any way? I absolutely believe that the Jerries response and I hope that people all around the country believed that the response will happen in November. So get your friends and your family's in motion because that's the way that we have to respond to that I could spend time going line by line. But for anyone who believes what Donald Trump is saying they don't need me to explain to them. I think that they probably need some sort of medical professional help. So sort of break whatever psychology they have allowed themselves to get inside of. That makes them think that what Donald Trump says has any room in reality Thie idea that you that Donald Trump thinks that with the possible exception of Abraham Lake in that he didn't Maura than LBJ that he didn't Mohr In John Lewis. I mean, these are these are things that are sort of meant to distract us. I think from what actually needs to be done, and that is focused on building sort of the political and cultural power to not only put the policies and practices in place that will unlock the potential but also create the wave in November that will bring forward a new way of doing business so that More of us can participate in the riches on the prosperity of this country were overtime, but Ana Maria, if you're burst thing you could say something to before we go. We're coming in November. This is what we need to do. This is what we all know is essential. I could not have said it better than my brother shot here. So Here in November. 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"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It hand in hand with Mitch McConnell and to amplify your point. It makes sense to me that the president would support the $600 His base is non college educated, working class white voters. Anyone of any background in that education and labor category would be especially dependent on the $600 to pay their basic living expenses. So it seems to me to be in Trump's interest to be for it. Is that part of what you're saying was shot? That's absolutely what I'm saying. And I'm saying that there's a way in which some of the sort of tenors of sort of the kind of white supremacy that can make people sort of choose. Um, some aspects of their identity, their whiteness the sort of hierarchy of that over the economic interests that, um, may kind of allowed for Republicans to give huge brakes too. Corporations as long as they are keeping their sort of foot on black and brown people in much harder and much deeper waste. None of that all goes away. If people just can't feed their families, if they just don't have money, and they just don't see those jobs coming back, And so it may not mean that folks are gonna like turn and vote for another party. It means that it will deeply depressed. His enthusiasm, and we're already seeing that in his poll numbers. And if anything, Donald Trump pays attention to his poll numbers, one of the rare cases where class might actually trump race politically and show Ana Maria mentioned at the top of the of the segment. That the top line disparate impact unemployment state Basically Latin ex, black and Asian Americans all have an unemployment rate. Now that's about 50% higher than White Americans unemployment rate. How does that inform in your opinion? What's needed in this bill beyond the $600 to, you know, help narrow the disparities in the American economy. That's a really important question, because the reality is that the pandemic and the economic crisis unleashed by the pandemic can expose the ways in which our society is constructed. The fact that Communities of color are incredibly vulnerable black and brown communities like next communities. Native American communities are incredibly vulnerable to, um, not only like illness. But also economic. Um ah, disaster and the's crisis has, you know Imposed incredible depth and in black and brown communities because people are have lived lives without access to health care, because people dangerous jobs because in the middle of the pandemic, people have to venture out. To bring food home because people are doing dangerous jobs, and so the measures that are necessary need to address the most vulnerable. And that means we need to make sure that people not only have unemployment insurance, but also that those people who do not qualify for unemployment insurance also have a lifeline that are 11 million undocumented workers who have bean You know, excluded from all the federal relief on day are the same workers that are doing the essential work of cooking in the backs off kid chains off Our means of transporting food of cleaning streets, taking care of Children and elderly. So the Democrats, we have worked really hard to make sure that the Democrats pick that fight to make sure that Excluded. Workers are included in some form of cash assistance. We also have worked really hard to make sure that small business owners get really relief. The PPP program has been a disaster. It has bean abused by large businesses and corporations, and at the same time that Small businesses in that Phoenix and brown communities and black communities have not been able to access the program that we're pushing for grants, not loans to make sure that the smallest businesses that are really where the wealth of Ah Black and brown communities and generations is really expressed. We're working really hard to make sure that their small business relief programs that that are included and finally You know the unemployment insurance expired on July 31st so that the eviction protections that were included in in some of the federal packages across the country, a fiction moratoriums are expiring. These weekends that people people them for small business private through private banks is expiring. So there is a really cliff that communities are facing everywhere, and the package needs to provide a set of economic relief that are interlocking the 600 unemployment insurance cash assistance for everybody Grants for small businesses and obviously access to healthcare and and access to testing. Without this, we're never going to be able to get back on our feet, so I want to invite people to Look at a website called Mitch. Better that come tomorrow There's going to be a national day of action across the country with workers, unemployed workers and small business owners are Marching to their Senate offices to say Mitch better have my money. We are the economy on DSO on a, you know, playful twist on Rhianna song to say that the next economic the next covert relief package needs to put cash in the hands of people. And the money that they're negotiating about his money that we couple paid through our taxes. And so Mitch better have my money, which better make America Mitch better than it is? My guests are Ana Maria Archila, co executive director of the advocacy group, the Centre for Popular Democracy, and Rashad Robinson, president of the civil rights group color of Change, and there is so much that we're trying to cover that our time is going by really fast, but We can take a couple of phone calls for them at 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 or a tweet a comment or a question at Brian Lair, and we have a Mitch McConnell. Related caller, So let's see how much better Mike and Manhattan nous than any other caller. Mike, you're on WNBC. Hello. Hi, Brian. And you get I've been following the story really closely. Some The The House passed their bill 11 weeks ago. And it seems that McConnell, who is this master tactician in Washington, is really in a tough spot because he has 20 members or so of his own caucus, saying they won't vote for anything. Give any more money to the American people in terms of unemployment insurance and in places like Florida unemployment. Suren Max is at $250 a week. So people can't feed their families on that, and your guests have pointed out that's going to create a huge backlash. So McCall what's amazing to me? What's fascinating to me is that McConnell and the president knows Going into an election cycle. They can't have consumer spending. Soft and the economy crater. And so, But McConnell doesn't have the votes in his own pocket. He just stepped sign said very directly that his credit I'm leaving it up to minority leader Schumer. How the House Speaker Pelosi and the president's representative Mnuchin and Meadows to come up with an agreement and I'll say I'll find onto it because I have he has no choice. Which is a horrible position for him to be in, But I don't have any sympathy for him, but it's just so unusual to see him. In such a position where he's going adequate and just kind of live with it, not holding the cards. My thank you very much. I have a feeling our guests generally agree with that. In fact, I'll point out Ana Maria People may remember that you were one of the two so called women in the elevator back in 2018 who confronted Senator Jeff Flake and urged him to support an FBI investigation of bread. Cavanaugh's alleged sexual assaults and now people are going. Oh, that Ana Maria and and it seemed to affect flakes position on whether to do that, after the video of your elevator and cattle around viral. And I bring that up in relation to the caller because I see you were also part of a protest that went to Mitch McConnell's house recently regarding the $600 Versus what he was advocating be given to corporations. So you Khun respond to the cooler anyway. You want but also maybe described that protest and the contrast you are trying to draw Well, so, um The reason why I went. McConnell's house is the same reason like confronted Senator Flake in the elevator is because these lawmakers make decisions in a vacuum..

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"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Solider, the contemporary Swiss composer, giving us a version of music by the 14th century Frenchman. We heard the Ballad number four for three Viola. Before that my advisor. The cellist went even further back to the 12th century. German composer Hildegard funding in And song called Over to say PMT, eh? And at the beginning of the set, we heard another of Hilda guards, 12th century melodies. Oh, antiquity sancti. Son in overtones, only not using words. But that kind of ringing. Almost electronic sound is the voice of singer Ana Maria HEH. Fella who is a member of the ensemble Super sewn US. A group led by Italian fiddler Marco Ambrosini, who plays the nickel, Harper, the Swedish fiddle. You also heard the colonel, which is an Estonian table harp in that performance of Hilda Guards. Oh, antiquity Sancti. And on this edition of new sounds. We're listening to some medieval music and some early Renaissance music done up in modern musical clothing on the English composer Ambrose Field. Has put out an album called Being Defy, in which he takes recordings of the songs of the 15th century. French composer Gillom Defy. And turns them essentially into Elektronik soundscapes. So what we're going to hear is a collaboration, not just between two composers separated by more than 500 years. But also a collaboration between a vocalist and a Siri's of computer generated shadows of himself. The singer is John Potter, formerly of the Hillyard Ensemble and the group Red Bird. And every sound on this record originated with John Potter's voice. Ambrose Field recorded him singing a bunch of defy songs. And then used the computer to extract whatever textures and sounds he needed to modify them, stretch them out all kinds of possibilities for for altering and completely transforming the sound, and then you get the actual recording of the song over the top. So here's a lovely example of this process at work. Ma Bell, Dom, Sovereign by film defy in this new Elektronik version, I guess we could almost call it a remix by Ambrose Field. Eat more. That is called Ma.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com Homeless camp in downtown Every remains quiet today. The city ordered the private property cleared out yesterday and close to 100 people left. A nonprofit that hand up project is renting the lawn and founder Robert Smiley is disappointed by the setback. I don't want to give up on these people, I guarantee you we have 15 people in three days, seven gathering the housing eight got into detox treatment. Smiley says they're using donations to put the highest risk people in hotels, but he has no long term plan. Some welcome news about the messed measures in our state Cairo radios Miley Katie reports, residents of Yakima County were ordered to wear masks before those in the rest of the state. And our health secretary believes that's why I coded. 19 numbers are finally dropping their we've seen in other states who have implemented these that the rate of infection slowed down, actually start flowing down, even in a matter of days. Washington Secretary of Health Jon Weisman says Corona virus cases in Yakima County have dropped by Out 1/3 in just the past few weeks, the University of Washington announces it will hold about 1/3 of its fall classes on campus. The rest will be online dorms will be open with a plan for students who catch Covad 19 or might have been exposed to it for our own candles residence. We will have several designated isolation spaces confirmed cases. Denzel Sweet vice president of student Life, says most dorm rooms are doubles with a private bath. So the roommate of a covert patient can quarantine in their room food will be delivered to quarantine ings students. W President Ana Maria Kosei says 2000 students have been living in the dorm since March, and very few have come down with the virus. Even if public schools open this fall. The Yakama in Tacoma school District's are among those that will offer an online on ly option. The governor says. Other districts are welcome to do the same. The planet this at the moment is to allow District's to have multiple plans available to families depend. You know what their preferences South King County's Highline School district will have a technology levy on the November ballot. But they say it will not mean a tax increase. It will replace an expiring levy of past school board members say the off campus learning undertaken the last few months has proven the need for more devices, connectivity, online security and training. This weekend will be the last free parking at Seattle's meters. The Department of Transportation's Ethan Bergen's and says they'll start charging the reduced rate of 50 cents an hour on Monday. We realize it's a big change has been a couple months of free parking, and we want to make sure people have that opportunity to know there's a change happening, so it's not that got you moment. A mask of messages waving atop the space Needle tonight, the new mask up reminder flag was raised to the top of the needle this morning. And the new flag is flying in blue skies tonight, but we'll have increasing clouds this weekend. With a little rain set to fall Sunday morning. Temperatures have just started dropping in Seattle 73 degrees at the Cairo Radio studios tonight. I'm.

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"ana maria" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Broadcasting from Purdue University in west Lafayette Indiana this is democracy now running against billionaire Coles women's broad his face lesbians I'm not talking about Donald Trump Bloomberg and he's very very well news there stop and frisk throwing close to five million up against a wall well hundred and twenty five million Americans should not be the case when we well you exist as you heard a rumble in the jungle in last night's democratic debate billionaire former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg in Nevada as the six leading candidates squared off well on tap one of the most contentious debate so the long primary season in a round table discussion with the nation's Katrina vanden activist and journalist Raquel Welch is endorsed senator Elizabeth Warren ana Maria with the center for popular democracy which is endorsed senator Bernie Sanders the new year and Houston will speak with former Houston mayor anise Parker now president of the L. G. B. T. your slayer furniture all that and more coming out democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report I'm Amy Goodman and Nevada the six leading that candidates for the democratic presidential nomination squared off Wednesday night in one of the most contentious debates of the primary season senator Bernie Sanders sought to defend his position as front runner wall former vice president Joe Biden mayor people to judge and senator any club sure try to attract more supporters centered Elizabeth Warren led a night full of attacks on the new person on the stage billionaire former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and for space to lesbians and no I'm not talking about Donald Trump I'm talking about Bloomberg going to win if we have a nominee who has a history of hiding his tax returns of harassing women out of supporting racist policies like red lining and stop and frisk protests erupted at the end of the two hour debate chest as former vice president Joe Biden was set to begin his closing remarks the protesters Erica.

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"ana maria" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Worry he will be back the captain Rick grows from the ana Maria area in the studio with me this morning got a caller Mike from Brighton what do you got for Smike a mobile morning guys can't ban on get rid you know away from discount you guys are talking spec fission there yes and are you just gonna throw in a little bit and so as far as the fly Fishin side of the that's the kind of thing that I really spend my time with and course darkly he's been a good friend of mine and we worked together trying to catch some of the specs right now we've been use of we have to kind of the size of the book for the fly fishing typically will fish maybe for teens or even six teams for the will of the brown the shell cracker but will jump up to a Tanner and eighty than so you can kind of keep a local but there definitely we're not fans you know spawned a fish at all their work schedule mostly on that the deeper water rich and out there it J. ten twelve feet with the roof with all the rain I mention lakes back up again now we may have another to put a water who knows but we're catching a few they're not the real plentifully but it's been a good solid fishery for that.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Six two six and just a sec but with our guest at the various job as executive vice president and chief growth officer for the National Council on aging their website in C. O. A. dot org and you were speaking to the previous caller a bit about the wheels and the and the sort of thing inheritance issues absolutely a well first you know I'm a lawyer and I know complicated these issues are and I speak out legal advice because you know you the one thing you learn a loss to you don't want to be your own client bad use of and so I advise people there are a lot of opportunities to get help at the local level again I would I would send people on to our website and three dot org to learn more about the aging mastery program we have that program with community partners in thirty states across the country and again you can sign up and it will walk you through the steps of aging well including advance planning and estate planning at a follow up to that as we go to the call of that would be of the issue of of wheels versus a trust yeah and and dad of course I'm not Suze Orman so I'm not gonna be able to give you specifics on that but its case by case and I would say you know it also for women you know as we think about the fact they're going to be living longer and they're said that the wealth gap we need to start thinking about that even earlier than in the sixties fair enough here's a call from James in Pendleton Oregon on the the Jim Bohannon show with the ana Maria shop as of in C. O. A. dot org good evening James hi how are you I fine thank you yeah I'm a seventy one and I'm an over the road driver and I just made a delivery and not can't Washington yesterday and I'm headed back to Tennessee and I was thinking I was listening to your show as I usually do thank you I do I'm still doing quite well the only thing now that extra turns seventy now they're talking about it's going to be harder to get me ensured although I've been dropping over forty years now I've never had an accident I am not the normalized but because of my age right no absolutely dental first of all congratulations at you're doing well and and good for you that you're still driving my dad's ninety and he's gonna be driving for a very long time I will say is one of the issues actual working on right now is advocating on and talking to actually insurance companies about you know if you're an older driver just because you're turning a certain age why should you be penalized actually we Dacian perhaps one of the option is you look at you know for those who don't drive a lot perhaps you reduce their insurance premium because they're not using the car as much or you look at the incident rate right and so I think it's a it's a valuable conversation to be had and I think again as the baby boomers continued to increase in the population I think you're gonna have a lot of brothers and sisters all right there along with you advocate in the fact that you should not be penalized by companies based on your age yeah absolutely you you go James and keep going here full disclosure I'm a geezer to and I enjoy this I really do it's it's a it's great fun to get that paid to talk to interesting people what have we not brought up that you'd like to mention in the closing at a Maria sure for salt and thanks again for the opportunity to be on your amazing program you're an icon and such a privilege to be on the air with you I I will tell you I am just gratified about the response from your callers you know clearly it shows that there's almost like this and filled in the people don't naturally want to talk about Eiji but when they get an opportunity they want to engage in they want answers unfortunately for way too long older adults have been almost invisible in our society and we need to give them the platforms and opportunities to seek answers and solutions that fit their particular need as you heard from James to other individuals of calls from across the country each individual case is so unique enough for a lot of people this is an emotional time in their lives none of us have age before yeah well there's no play book and the reason we talk here you know the utility when you're growing up you've got the Boy Scouts the girl scouts of wide W. got get the K..

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"ana maria" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I could think was if I killed Paul McCartney not will be the Patrick Stewart legend for the rest of time Stewart in Los Angeles city officials unveiled a replica of the Abbey Road crosswalk that passes in front of the tower has become an iconic Hollywood landmark Capitol Records distributes the Beatles albums in the United States W. I. news time is eight thirty five W. I. sports was that Charice. Major League Baseball Mets rookie Alonzo makes history hi there right center. he said. WCBS on the call Alonso set the single season rookie home run record as the match shut out the Braves three zero the Rangers the feet the Yankees nine four and gamers on foxsports nine eighty and ninety five point nine FM the red Sox fall to the Orioles nine for college football R. B. I. shuts out ana Maria thirty eight zero you Albany scores seventeen points in the fourth to defeat William and Mary thirty nine thirty one and game heard on W. G. Y. Syracuse romps Holy Cross forty one three coming up later today on Fox Sports nine eighty and ninety five point nine FM the red Sox an Orioles that two oh five followed by the saints and cowboys I'm Jack Harris was sports a news radio eight ten one of three one W. G. Y. our next update coming up.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KCRW

"Credit industry as banks try to lend to a growing pool of people. They're looking at a wider range of consumer data to make that happen. But in the wake of equifax is massive 2017 data breach that expansion could put more consumers at risk for more. I'm joined now by Ana Maria Andreatta's, the consumer lending reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Hi, Anna Maria. Hi tanzi. Now. Great to be speaking with you. So equifax has a ton of data on us. What data do they have exactly? And how are they getting it? They pretty much have it all income employer information assets. Like brokerage accounts. Savings accounts. They know if we're paying our cell phone bills, our utility bills, and that's all in addition to the data that they have had for decades. That's in our credit reports. So whether we pay our loans on time, credit, cards, etc. So FICO is now going to take their already analyzing equifax data. So what is it that this partnership is meant to change? So essentially what's happening here is that data that equifax was already selling to banks what equifax and FICO have decided to do is to team up. So that when equifax sales people are offering up the data to banks they can also say, by the way, we can also sell you fight. Goes software tools. The essentially tools that are needed to analyze and decipher that data in real time for banks. Similarly, FICO has been selling it. It software to banks for some time and FICO has decided that it sales people while pitching. The software will be also pitching the equifax data along with it. Then they'll be cases in which both companies are teaming up and just meeting with banks together. So it sounds like we're the product as usual right on on tech platforms. Here the person is the product what is it that they want to do? I mean, what are these banks and equifax and FICO trying to do with all that data? Once they have it one of the main reasons that the banks at this point want the data has to do with lending and changes that are happening with how they are lending to consumers. So since the financial crisis a decade or so ago banks have been quite hesitant to lend to the traditional subprime borrowers people with low credit scores who are likely to default to not make their loan payments. Increasingly in recent years banks have been looking at a new. Pool of people pool that's existed for a long time. But they haven't really touched and those are people who don't have much of a credit history. So they don't have a history barring from banks or other mainstream lenders. So they have very thin credit reports and as a result, low credit scores and what's been happening. Is that these people when they try to apply for loans at banks, they often get rejected because of that limited information. Now, what the banks want is essentially more data on those people to see. Well, maybe we can lend to them. If we look at information outside of their credit reports we're going to have to take a quick break. We'll have more in just a moment from.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Pay your cell phone Bill on time, this can feel like private personal information. But in reality, it's all tracked and traded by companies like the consumer credit giant equifax and now equifax has joined forces with another major player in the credit industry the credit scoring company FICO, and they want to sell this information to banks the partnership is just one sign of a changing landscape in the credit industry as banks try to lend to a growing pool of people. They're looking at a wider range of consumer data to make that happen. But in the wake of equifax is massive 2017 data breach that expansion could put more consumers at risk for more. I'm joined now by Ana Maria Andreatta's, the consumer lending reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Hi, Anna Maria. Hi tanzi. Not great to be speaking with you. So equifax has a ton of data on us. What data do? They have exactly and how are they getting it? They pretty much have it all income employer information assets. Like brokerage accounts. Savings accounts. They know if we're paying our cell phone bills, our utility bills, and that's all in addition to the data that they have had for decades. That's in our credit reports. So whether we pay our loans on time credit cards at Sarah so FICO is now going to take their already analyzing equifax data. So what is it that this partnership is meant to change? So essentially what's happening here is that data that equifax was already selling to banks what equifax and FICO have decided to do is to team up. So that when equifax sales people are offering up the data to banks they can also say, by the way, we can also sell you fight. Goes software tools. The essentially tools that are needed to analyze and decipher that data in real time for banks. Similarly, FICO has been selling it. It software to banks for some time and FICO has decided that it's sales people while pitching. The software will be also pitching the equifax data along with it. Then they'll be cases in which both companies are teaming up just meeting with banks together. So it sounds like we are the product as usual right on on tech platforms. Here. The person is the product what is it that they want to do? I mean, what are these banks and equifax and FICO trying to do with all that data? Once they have it one of the main reasons that the banks at this point want the data has to do with lending and changes that are happening with how they are lending to consumers. So since the financial crisis a decade or so ago banks have been quite hesitant to lend to the traditional subprime borrowers people with low credit scores who are likely to default to not make their loan payments. Increasingly in recent years banks have been looking at a new. Pool of people a pool that's existed for a long time. But they haven't really touched and those people who don't have much of a credit history. So they don't have a history borrowing from banks or other mainstream lenders. So they have very thin credit reports and as a result, low credit scores and what's been happening. Is that these people when they try to apply for loans at banks, they often get rejected because of that limited information. Now, what the banks want is essentially more data on those people to see. Well, maybe we can lend to them. If we look at information outside of their quarterly reports we're going to have to take a quick break. We'll have more in just a moment from.

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"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is weighing on everybody, isn't it? You can see it on people's faces. Yes. But this is the this is a opportunity I get back to the people's business. Many lawmakers seemed eager to talk about something else. Other than the scandal surrounding the governor for NPR news. I'm Michael pope in Richmond. Peres authorities now say a deadly fire that killed at least nine people was criminally set. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports the Paris prosecutor says a woman's in custody the fire broke out after midnight in an eight story apartment building. In Paris is sixteenth at small one of the most wealthy and calm districts in the city witnesses describe a blazing inferno that took hours to put out around two hundred firefighters were at the scene. They rescued more than two dozen people who had fled to the roof or climbed out windows to escape the flames. The state prosecutor says more than thirty people have been injured in the fire, which he described as dramatic the prosecutor says a woman who lived in the building is in custody. Witnesses interviewed on French radio say they saw her setting fire to a trash can and a car just before. Flames engulfed the building NPR's Eleanor Beardsley. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Six four forty seven degrees. Fair skies will varies a fog this morning, otherwise mostly cloudy morning, then gradually clearing, and guess what? High near sixty one degrees today. The guest list for President Trump state of the union address tonight include several progressive activists, New York, Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is bringing Ana Maria are Chila. She's a sexual assault survivor who confronted then Senator Jeff flake in an elevator. During supreme court Justice Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing are Tila says she hopes people are inspired by the gathering of advocates in Washington. I feel like the women in these countries working class people communities of color, actually, have champions who just in their very presence. Embody the country. That's possible. Arteelah move to the US from Columbia as a teenager and helped found the immigrant rights group. Make the road New York. She's now co executive director of the center for popular democracy. Governor Cuomo is putting Democrats in the legislature on notice now is not the time to raise taxes on the wealthy to expand programs. He says tax revenues from people who file at the end of the year of plummeted. And he's worried that the decline is due to wealthy New Yorkers fleeing New York tax, the rich tax the rich tax the rich. We did now God forbid the rich leave, but in two thousand eleven Cuomo had a very different message. He supported higher tax is for the wealthy calling it fair that the more you make the higher rate you pay New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, sign legislation that will incrementally increase the state's minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. He spoke at a Bill signing, an Elizabeth this is a huge step forward for more than one point two billion workers to be able to more capably provide for themselves and for their families in minimum wages. Currently eight dollars and eighty five cents and will increase the ten dollars an hour on July first, the hourly wage will then increased by one dollars every year until it hits fifteen in twenty twenty four governor Cuomo and Democrats in the state legislature made a couple of political chess moves over the fate of Amazon WNYC's Jim O'Grady reports on that just moved one Democrats in the state Senate nominee to fierce Amazon critic to an obscure state agency that could scuttle the company's plan for a corporate campus in Long Island city. The critic is state Senator Michael generous from queens, the agency is the public authorities control board, but of generous gets on the board his single vote could sink the deal chess moves to governor Cuomo slams, the generous nomination as short-sighted if it came to it Cuomo could block generous from joining the board, but the more likely scenario is he pressures the Senate to withdraw the nomination. Some areas of fog this morning, then turning sunny later today with a high near sixty one degrees. Forty seven degrees. Fair skies right now in New York. It's six oh seven. Support for NPR comes from capterra for helping people find the right software for their business for marketing automation to winery management, software users can read reviews and compare solutions across hundreds of software categories more. Capterra dot com. A presidential.

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"ana maria" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on KCRW

"The city's financial future. Clerk, we have one clarification to a previous vote that we'd like to take up before we take up item. Wait for eight for. I'm sorry. Yes. And it's all the way I'd like to make it unanimous. I then I'd like to make a motion of the council agreed to reopen. Okay. So that would open item to a procedural on. On a voice vote all those in favor. I and anyone oppose okay? So item to a now comes before us is reopened and unlike to offer for council members to make a change or emotion. You mean the council member? Change vote on item two way to support the appointment of Ana Maria. Hara now council member on. Thank you. Thank you. And those Jackson's doesn't require votes in that case move. We return to the agenda already in progress. Thank you and that closes our item and moves us back onto item eight eight the ten year financial forecast. Mr mayor. And members of the council for a GT steps up. I just wanted to say a word. Typically the mid year review. Media review in the fiscal forecast are relatively straightforward, and it is the case this year, but we are.

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"ana maria" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"ana maria" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The eyes of selling Thousand crystals that are also included on their beautiful display different light different designs that that it will be dropping that ball, of course at at night now. Ana Maria with Texas live says partygoers, we'll get to experience this twelve foot wide four hundred pound ball drop there will be cash prizes. Also, some live music dining and the fireworks at.

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