35 Burst results for "Anya"

"anya" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"anya" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Eight seven seven nine three seven four seven. Judging rich are we play member inside. I got duly but tickets. Just heard duly. She's coming to town. We got tickets are contested. brianna hulo bradtha learning. How are you doing all right. You know how to play member to time now. I do not okay richmond teller. Well of course this is pretty easy for you. We've got all kinds of stuff it's music it's tv's it's movies. They've all been masterfully. Crafted input into a montage. All you have to do is listen to all the clues brianna. We'll get to go first. Tell us what you hear and what you recognize and what year it all happened makes sense pretty easy. I think he'll do pretty good on this one. Okay.

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"anya" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"anya" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"People at uproxx ranked the chicken nuggets at over a dozen fast food. Establishments and the top chicken nuggets. Are anyone make donald fitfully. I with mcdonald's so out of four of us. Three of us say mcdonalds. I think mcdonald's are the best. But also i think. Mcdonald's invented the chicken nuggets. And that's what we know. Because we've known it. The longest so mcdonald's is three number four. I know i know gotta be chick-fil-a donald's number three wendy's number two chick-fil-a number one roll like chick. Fil as nogues. I love chick-fil-a but i'd not into their same. I feel sad. It's wrong with you. People americans check their phones ninety six times a day which is about once every ten minutes. Your wake that's up twenty percent from a similar poll in two thousand seventeen knowing. Actually i do it more than that. No but in annoys me when i do it because it's like uncontrollable do for no reason. I don't put back dutch. People which i'm half dutch are the world's tallest people but a report out of the netherlands. Say that their population getting shorter partied immigration plus changes in diet weight impacts of financial crisis. The impose has an article called the number one cereal for going number two So quite nuts is say. Raise brad but i think to go poo. If you really wanna go for me. It's raised imprint. The whole boxer ate the whole box. Yeah something guy bar. I'm pretty sure box of anything you're going to need to doesn't cheerio have lots of fiber in it to serial amazon called puplic champion. Oh my gosh are you kidding. The flavored gotta look spoiled. Champion on amazon. For the frost. One kelloggs all bran balls. Barbara's multi grain puffins is up there. In bob's red mill organic brand healthy staff is legit. You can't buy a fibers syria. You can't buy that in. Check that out at people staring at you. Good ned i mean if it says if it does what it says is gonna do then. That's that's could advertise it kind of actually looks like grape nuts. The strangest things americans collect there was a survey of the ten strangest things. People collect living dead dolls. Whatever that is their swords of any frozen pickup pizza packaging portrait's of wolverine raccoons and palin statues and this is number one banana plants. Oh yeah. I don't have any of those. Bill is collaborate with nike on. Two pairs of jordan's are anna. Grandi is reportedly the highest paid judge in the voice. Much he makes a lot about katy. Perry was getting much. Oh my goodness american idol or integrating twenty five million for the voice. She you know. That's a lot of money for life hacks rich well. It's about music. Speaking of ariana grande day singing releases a large amount of endorphins. In your brain so if you're ever in a bad mood you can feel almost instantly better by singing. And let's say you can't remember the song that you want to sing. There's a new website out there called mido me. It's spelled med. You can come any song that you just kind of know. Like jonjo does with the on his on his own guinea. We'll tell you what the song is. He can download it to your playlists. I tried yesterday with a couple of songs and it actually works. Not like spotify where you hear a song and you don't recognize it but you hold it up. Recognize the song. This is ugity coming the song so we put the link to that so you try yesterday and recognizes long so like lady gaga did i did woo will know nunu. That's the first one. I thought they had found it right away and a couple of other options. That were pretty good. Obviously not that. But we put the link up on our website. John jane rich dot com for those in all other like acts. That's there's a lot of music wounds today that we didn't talk about on the radio so like we always say if you have an idea for our show we want to hear about it and someone has an idea but do our phones work not. We'll see here her idea next Don't dial your act drove us. Call our john. Jay enrich drug six to eight eight eight nine hundred thirty three all right so our votes working out grant. Let's see are you there quite the reception. We've been having some phone problems all day long. So what was your idea cat. Well so i had an idea after listening to you guys talk about ted lasso and positive and uplifting his and i thought about why if is i had a segment called lasso moment in other words. It's it's time when we know we chose the good in an otherwise really terrible bad situation right. So here's an example. So i Was in a relationship about eight months. We decided i worked at the travel industry and we decided we were going to go on this trip and I went to his apartment the morning of the tippers condo. And because we're gonna ride together. And he decided he needed to hop in the shower now. Basically the first time i was left unsupervised and his honda because otherwise i'd always been there with him so like any normal woman would do. I capitalize on that time. And i knew i knew through the apartment i open doors. I enjoyed. I looked everywhere. Flip through magazines. And i got to the bedroom and i opened his table and i noticed condom. Now we've been in a relationship or eight months and i wasn't using condoms with me but my first last moment was well. Maybe they were from before we started dating so to test. My theory i counted said condoms and i left it at that right. Let's do that that. I didn't say anything actually wasn't even really mad. Because i didn't know if they were while we were dating if they'd been there since nineteen five. Who knew so fast forward about three or four months later. I again by myself alone in his condo or whatever reason i think he might have gone to the store for whatever reason i was there by myself on supervise once again so the first thing i did was i took a head. Count upset condoms. I want to the bedside table. I counted common. They were there but there were some missing. And i know wasn't using me but i literally. My lasso moment was at least using condoms. Oh my gosh pas immune how she still well. Did you ever find out who the person was i. I honestly i didn't ask. I was like you know what we you know we were. I believe in an exclusive relationship. Obviously we were not but since we weren't and as a severe like tip for him. I at least saw bright side of the fact. Well at least he's not putting my health at risk. So that was my boss moment. Where i saw the good in a very sad situation very valid so rationalizing it right so you think we could open up our phones if they're working and say call and share with us your ted lasso moment where.

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"anya" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"anya" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Beer but it's not that alcohol content up there one of those and you're going to be that's the thing that's gonna need one stupid and rich oso how to on your on your good morning. Anya on your good morning on. Yeah on your good morning. Yes grin on..

Do Viking Cruises Lives Up To All The Hype?

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:08 min | 10 months ago

Do Viking Cruises Lives Up To All The Hype?

"Can viking ocean cruises ever be as good as their fans would lead you to believe. Before i came on viking. I was constantly told by people who love viking ocean that it is wonderful. it's magnificent. It's unique it's different. It's the best it. Does this better that better. So i bought it my very first ocean crews here on viking venus with a little bit of trepidation and some pretty high standards what i can tell you as you see during the course of this. It didn't entirely go to plan. I was blindsided by things. I was surprised by somethings and some things. Were basically pretty much. As i expected but the thing that really stood out no one had really warning about so. Stick with me to find out what those things were if you knew here. I'm gary benbridge. Welcome aboard welcome aboard viking venus. I'm here to make it fun and easy to discover plan and enjoy unforgettable cruise vacations and is viking cruises unforgettable or not one of the things that are arrested with both before i came on cruise and during the cruise is exactly who or what is. Viking oceans like increases is an independent line it was created and is so chaired by its founder. A man called torsten haagen so viking ocean of course came from rivers they started in european rivers and then expanded to rivers around the world and then are also gains expedition. cruising delivered. Experience on viking is pretty luxury but it's not ultra luxury so probably quite comfortably competes with an fits with lines like say. Oh she anya. As amara perhaps even winstar which is pretty luxurious small ships higher level of service good quality fixtures and fittings however. It was very clear that viking has a significant difference to those lines so people who might like those lines like viking. But they'll find something very different because the experience viking is quite different though to those particular lions because at its heart has a very different philosophy. And that's because it came from riveted started with rivers not with ocean and the whole way that they approach and do cruising is pretty

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"anya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"anya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Will meet the writers. I'm georgina gordon. I guess today was born in boston and raised in southern california. Her novels have been featured on the today show. Cnn and npr and in cosmo vanity. fair bust timeout oprah. Some reason of a national publications short stories and essays published in numerous magazines journals and anthologies and she co wrote the script. The love on the run starring francis fisher and steve howey she someplace where it says a ghost writer. And she's taught writing at johns hopkins university jessica.

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"anya" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"anya" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Podcast and here is my conversation with anya. Fernald if you're watching the video version of this and are asking yourself why we're in nature now. There's actually a beautiful mountain in the back on. There's incredible vast landscape. There's a farm. We're sitting behind a table. And nevertheless i'm wearing a suit and tie Amidst nature where the beautiful bell campbell farms. We're going to talk about that. This incredible place. You have here but it cooks meat. Yesterday tasted delicious. So i'd love to talk about just the the science and art of cooking. I was a chef when you think of cooking. Is that a science or is it an art art and service together probably Art to me because it's about creating something of beauty and being responsive and creating something that's expression of creativity and love cooking also has very strong element of service. That doesn't mean necessarily service to another person but lip service to health while nece environment. There's element of supporting through food. In how i approach cooking was bigger than just like the t the ingredients come together to form. Tastes is the whole pipeline like the fact that There's a lot of work that where into bringing ingredients together. And then you know making you a giving you the ability to make the meal and then who gets consuming meal and the whole thing and you see that as service as opposed to just the taste. Yeah i also think of food as one of the key ways that we interact with our environment right we. It's the the part of our environment that goes inside us. Most visibly right. Of course we interact with our environment. We could have skin creams. That have certain things in them are are closed can then be absorbed. There's things in the air our water and there's right it's like how we're engaging in the world physiologically. It's the most significant way. We engage in our environment were extracting resources calories energy from the environment various ways in order to preserve our bodies. There's also so many feedback loops. That i don't think we know the beginning of that. Our bodies are picking up on around nutrients available nutrients immune response like there's deep levels of sensory evaluation that lead to health and alertness and wellness. You you hear about this a lot like with babies that you know If there's a risk of infection that mom's breast milk will help. The baby develop resistance..

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"anya" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"anya" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"My conversation with anya for gnarled if you're watching the video version of this and are asking yourself why we're in nature now. There's actually a beautiful mountain in the back on. There's incredible vast landscape. There's a farm. We're sitting behind a table. And nevertheless i'm wearing a suit and tie Amidst nature where the beautiful bell campbell farms. We're going to talk about that. This incredible place. You have here but it cooks meat. Yesterday tasted delicious. So i'd love to talk about just the the science and art of cooking. I was a chef when you think of cooking. Is that a science or is it an art art and service together probably Art to me because it's about creating something of beauty and being responsive and creating something that's expression of creativity and love cooking also has very strong element of service. That doesn't mean necessarily service to another person but lip service to health while nece environment. There's element of supporting through food. In how i approach cooking was bigger than just like the t the ingredients come together to form. Tastes is the whole pipeline like the fact that There's a lot of work that where into bringing ingredients together. And then you know making you a giving you the ability to make the meal and then who gets consuming meal and the whole thing and you see that as service as opposed to just the taste. Yeah i also think of food as one of the key ways that we interact with our environment right we. It's the the part of our environment that goes inside us. Most visibly right. Of course we interact with our environment. We could have skin creams. That have certain things in them are are closed can then be absorbed. There's things in the air our water and there's right it's like how we're engaging in the world physiologically. It's the most significant way. We engage in our environment were extracting resources calories energy from the environment various ways in order to preserve our bodies..

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"anya" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"anya" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The following is a conversation with anya. Fernald co-founder of bell camp of farms that was founded with the purpose to create meat. That's good for people. The planet and the animals specifically treating their animals as ethically as possible in this she sought to revolutionize the meat industry from the inside out. She's also scholar and practitioner of regenerative agriculture. And she's a chef who has appeared many times judge on iron chef plus. She has one of my favorite food related instagram's on top of that. She's also a longtime friend of andrew. Cuban which is how. I got connected. Quick mention of our sponsors gala games athletic greens forcing matic and fundraise. Check them out in the description support spot guests as a side note. Let me say that. I got a chance to visit and spend a few days with anya at belco farms in northern california. I met many animals there from cows two pigs and saw the amazing land on which they grazed. I butchered meat. I washed on your cook. Many amazing meals. I ate raw meat and cooked meat and spend long hours at the bonfire talking with friends and listening to the sounds of nature. I hiked swam in a cold mountain lake and slept in a tent underneath the stars. It was an amazing eye opening experience. Especially in my first ever visit to a slaughterhouse. The term slaughterhouse is haunting in itself. The animals i met lived a great life. But in the end they were slaughtered in the most ethical way possible but slaughtered nevertheless seeing animals. With whom just the day before made a connection be converted to meet that i then consumed was deeply honest to me. This ethical farm bell campo represents less than one percent of animals raised in the united states. The rest is factory farmed. I cannot escape. The thought of the forty to fifty billion animals worldwide raised in terrible conditions on these factory farms. I spent most of my life thinking about and being in contact with human suffering for the landscape of suffering in the minds of conscious beings is much larger than humans. I must admit. I still am haunted by human suffering more than animal suffering. Perhaps it will one day. See the wrong me. Drawing such a line either way the visit to bill kampe farms made me realize that i have not thought deeply enough about the ethics of my choices and the choices of human civilization with respect to animals and more importantly i have not thought or learned enough about large-scale solutions to alleviate animal suffering bell campo spending the way on this and is the reason i wanted to show my support for their and onions efforts in regenerative farming and ethical treatment of animals as usual. I'll do a few minutes of ads now. No ads in the middle. I think those get in the way the conversation. I tried to make these interesting. But i give you time stamps. If you skip please still check out the sponsors by clicking links in the description it is the best way to support this podcast. I'm very picky but the sponsors we'd take on so hopefully if you buy their stuff you give value out of it just as i have speaking value. Let's talk about games. This show sponsored by gala games a fascinating new sponsor. They've created a gaming ecosystem on a blockchain were in game. Assets are nf nfc's the you can keep trade in a game and outside the game the are attracting big game designers and I think have a real chance to revolutionize would a means to play video games since you can take items in one game and carry them outside of that game and over to another game. Maybe a late version of that game. Once diablo four comes out..

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"anya" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"anya" Discussed on Awards Chatter

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"anya" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"anya" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Think and we should just say if anyone's not familiar this is robert eggers. Who for him. It was his feature directorial. Debut you're only eighteen. This is a bunch of people on their first big rodeo right. I mean. I must've did it. Feel like anyone really knew what was going on when when this was being made. I mean rolled and Jaren wash ski are brilliant. Dp the two of them prepare. You know they story board everything so in terms of the way that the film ended up looking. Yes absolutely balboa's robin jaren station through through of nine points. I was just learning everything as we went along and in terms of an actual Experience on the feature film. That was first experience at that. So i just feel so lucky that we were able to learn from each other and not only that for that. My acting disciplined really comes from my teachers. Who were kate if he heinsohn. And while baggies in those three people gave me. My work ethic gave me the way that i think about my role on the film set which is not that i am the actor. I am a collaborator. And i will help in any of that i can find allowed to. That is the kathy you guys were having like. It's a quite a long commute each day to the set or a and just a lot of very. There's nothing glamorous about this shoot right. This was just people doing work. Hard work sang hardcore and was heaven. Absolute heaven interest from the second. I stepped on this. I i came home. I discovered that there was a home and roll still so place. Like i just live with kate year for six months in we have not expanded from bath because we were six seven hours outside of toronto in a one st town in one motel with no cell service. There's no way of communicating. And then we're going into work every day and nice formula is really hurting each other to some some very dark places. We have to take of each other. That way ralph travis into work everyday like dad. Just a family. Now let's just save with with the witch. This is seventeenth century puritan family complications ensue of and other without spoiling everything. But i guess we should note that here you are. You had you had always had a desire to act and a passion. But you'd never end to this day. As far as i know there has never been you know. Quote unquote formal training. Did you ever feel overwhelmed by what you were being asked to do or or was it just sort of a. I kind of just instinctively know what to do i. I'm very hard on myself. And so i think it's taken me a koppel of jobs to realize how i do things and not for myself for not being something. That looks more studious. There looks more. Intense of ralph tells the story really. Do you remember. Because i did want to know. We all came home one day. And i wanted to hang out and he's i'm just gonna go do my work in my room and i was like what does that look like. They are you doing and he said well. You know starting friends married. I'd say the lines and say okay. I'll try that now. I yeah and then there's certain things that are like i remember having to do i crying scene and thinking. Oh kay natural. Natural way that i would have seen this works as you think about reading bad things that have happened to you and you keep yourself there. But then the day went on so by the time they got to me. I've been crying in my trailer for eight and a half hours and i was tapped. Nothing was oh. God lessons like that. But i guess i was just so i was just so happy and i cared so much that the character made sense to me but i think the most important lesson i learned from the rich was when it ended. I was so sad like it was really depression. Levels of i couldn't get out of bed i was. I was devastated. And i kept thinking going to go see bob for now like i'm going to see these people is a and then realizing oh it's our she is real and i miss her and i can't be with her again right now. And that batch changed my life the knowledge that these characters are don real for me. Just completely shifted everything in my brain only fought to go back and do re-shoots. I'm so grateful because it was emotional of i needed a cassirer. I hadn't hadn't said confi so when that part of the mood of a movie ends. Let's say specific to the which movie the production ends however many months go by post production. Then you get the caller time to go to sundance and we're gonna have we're going to share this with the world and you for the first time are now i believe i believe it's the first time seeing yourself on a big screen with an audience. What's that lake. Bless for akers he nerves us us and he cares about us which is very very nice to know he. He showed us the film. Maybe two hours before the audience screening and i was devastated. I feel once again. It was hauling. Ice still get shivers. Thinking about it was just the worst feeling of. I have let the people i love most in the world down. I didn't do it right. it wasn't i just. I'm quite for base. I speak. I liked to talk like i did not talk about. What did you could gone wrong. I i couldn't handle seeing my face that large and i couldn't instill now. I'm not somebody from my perspective anyway in for me and whatever other people decide to do is complete the very promises that i have to watch the things that i do because it's not about me it's a whole group of people and you have to respect that work and you have to be there for your friends and support them but still now.

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Jewish Stories We Need: Aimee Lucido, Sofiya Pasternack

Judaism Unbound

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Jewish Stories We Need: Aimee Lucido, Sofiya Pasternack

"Pasternak aimee lucido welcome to judaism unbounded so great to have you. Thank you so much. We're excited to be here. Is thanks for having us well. I'm really excited to have you as somebody who thinks a lot about writing fiction. And i'm not really sure i have it in me. I have a story to tell. But i don't really know if i have it meteoroid fiction so i'm therefore always excited an admiring of anybody that's actually written fiction so i would love to start by just hearing a little bit of the story of how each of you came to get in this. I'm sure highly lucrative business of ratings jewish fiction for young people. I wrote my first story. Think when i was six or seven years old i have always just liked making up stories and then one day i figured out like oh you can get paid for this like oh okay. And that became my dream job. And i didn't pursue that because why would i got a bunch of other league medical related jobs instead but writing the whole time and anya and the dragon was. I don't like my exploration of my own judaism because i wasn't raised jewish. Not really like. It was very vague in the old country type of thing. But we don't do that anymore. And then when. I became an adult and i started getting into genealogy and i realize like okay like my mom's side my moms moms dads cider all jewish or they were and i thought well i wanna i wanna get more into that and the writing of onion. The dragon was my own kind of as i was learning about my family's religion. I was putting together this book as well so her experience is very similar to my own kind of that like 'isolation and not really having a community and that kind of thing because like it's a joke. I'm i'm in my thirties. It's hard to make friends now and it's also hard to get involved in other communities. You just feel weird so it has been very isolating. And i have a great community. I live in utah. So it's a great community. It's a small community but it is really

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Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

BBC Newshour

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Bolivia's Former Interim President Jeanine Áñez Arrested for Sedition

"Our ultra Bolivia now where there seems to be a settling of political scores. The country's former interim president, Janine and yes, has been arrested on sedition charges. They're linked to her alleged involvement in a reported coo of 2019 against the former president Evo Morales. His ally, Louise outside is now in power, and Mr Morales is demanding punishment. The alleged coup plotters, Janina Anya says she's the victim of political persecution will have to try to find out more about what's happening and go to the capital. A pause. Enjoying Monica Makiko Monica. Just tell us first about the arrests, not just of Janine. Yes, but others as well. Yes. Lisa, In fact that there are two former minister off Giannini, Anya's government that has also being detained. There are other arrest orders that are taking place right now. We don't know how many there will be arrested because this is not just one case. There are many cases and basically they're being arrest because because because they said that they have conspired against the Constitution. The charges are terrorism and sedition. This is said to have taken place in 2000 and 19. Why are the arrests happening now? We basically don't know what the government have decided to do this. This is the this is in fact, something that happened in 2019 and then beat remind you, Lise. That doing the time that Giannini Anya's came into power, she has bean she had the back up off the constitutional Tribunal, as well as from the U U and as well as the Away s so she had basically all the support in order to, uh, to assume as president of Bolivia legally, So this is this is something very strange that it's happening in the country, and we basically don't know why one off the keys could be the fact that that the movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities. And some of the major states in the country on the elections that we have last Sunday. This election's once where to elect governors and also mayors and Mrs municipalities. And basically the government. The movement to a socialism have lost all the major cities in the country. So probably this is one of the reasons why this is happening. In fact, the second turn the second round off this elections That has to be done that has to take place on April 21st. It's right now in danger, because because of this, and also is there any coincidence that ever, Morales has just arrived in Bolivia from when a Zara's where he'd been Living in exile. Well, yes, probably. That's part of the reasons we just don't know yet. Nothing is very clear because the accusation doesn't have really, uh, legal

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Bolivia arrests ex leader in crackdown on opposition

WBEZ Chicago Programming

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivia arrests ex leader in crackdown on opposition

"Have arrested the former interim president Giannina Anya's who's been charged with sedition and conspiracy. Prosecutors accused her and the number of former ministers of helping the military in 2019 to oust from power. Bolivia's left wing leader Eva Morales,

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Bolivia's ex-interim leader says authorities seek her arrest

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Bolivia's ex-interim leader says authorities seek her arrest

"Arrested the former interim president Janina and yes, who's been charged with sedition and conspiracy. Prosecutors accused lasagnas on several former government ministers of taking part in a coupe against the left wing leader Evo Morales. Minutes after the arrest was confirmed Ms Anya's tweeted that she had been the victim Off a political persecution. Remember in

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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees

"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more

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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees

"Let's start off with the major categories. First of all, for best picture. For the Golden Globes. They break it down. Best picture drama and best picture, music or comedy. So let's start off with best picture drama in which the nominees are Nomad Land. This is the amazing movie with Frances McDormand. Who, you know, play. Somebody who's her life is sort of falling apart and she gets in a van and hits the road and lives in RV camps and recreational areas taking on you know little seasonal jobs along the way. It zest a very sweet and very thoughtful, touching movie. I think this is going to be the big winner for tonight. You know People love Frances McDormand. I think that this is gonna have a lot of Lot of success at the Golden Globes tonight. It will be up against the trial of the Chicago Seven, which, if Nomad land doesn't win trial of the Chicago Seven is going to win. This is the Aaron Sorkin. The written and directed production about the famous Chicago seven trial that took place in Chicago 50 years ago. The Carrie Mulligan movie promising young woman Is a revenge thriller, also an outstanding films nominated for tonight and also the Anthony Hopkins movie called The Father. Those air. Your nominees were best Drama for performances in the dramatic category. For actresses. The nominees are Violet Davis on Drew a day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. For best actors in the drama. The nominees are Riz Um, Ed Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins. I think the winners are going to be Frances McDormand and I just I don't know how Chadwick Boseman Doesn't win. He's amazing in the movie Ma Rainey's black bottom. But you know the fact that he passed away the young age and nobody knew that he was fighting cancer. I think that probably is going toe play into the Planted the decision making also for best movie, musical or comedy. The nominees are Boer at subsequent movie film Hamilton. When they put together a television version of Hamilton in the put it on Disney. Plus, this got nominated. The motion picture called Music was nominated, as was the comedy with Andy Sandberg, Palm Springs. And the Ryan Murphy directed production. The prom. Which has Meryl Streep and has just AH, whole variety of very talented actors. That's also nominated for best picture as well. I kind of have a feeling that Borat is going to want to ping the winner tonight in the musical or comedy category. For best actress in a motion picture Maria Buckler Cova, who is placed Borat's daughter in Borat. Subsequent movie film Kate Hudson from music. And, uh, Anya Taylor, Joy dominated for the movie called Emma for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy. Sasha Baron Cohen is nominated James Corden from the prom Lin Manuel Miranda from Hamilton Dev Patel for the personal history of David Copperfield and Andy Sandberg. For Palm Springs again. I think it's going to be a kind of in a reverend pick, but I think Sasha Baron Cohen could wind up being the winner. Now. The Golden Globes also give out

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Why Beef Isn’t Necessarily the Enemy

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Why Beef Isn’t Necessarily the Enemy

"I want to sort of elephant room. Which is the conversation about meat. Itself is a good for you. Is it bad for. You is bad for the planet is a good for the planet is bad for the animals. Is it okay to eat animals. Because the conversation it's really emerging in many many circles is that we should become vegan or to save our health and save the planet. And you put up a very different conversation about this How how do we become to understand. That beef is the enemy and and why why is why is it not absolutely i mean. There's a series of cultural conversations. That happened after the industrialization of beef production that shifted the arctic millennials reviewed beef. You know the narrative. Well i'll repeat it. The broad brushstrokes. That story after the second world war we had a major consolidation agriculture many of the ammunition factories converted to fertilizer factories. Which made we had basically a vast infrastructure loot fertilizer factories. That were ready to go. We started to make fertilizer much much cheaper. We had a bigger industrialisation of agriculture. At the same time we had a different approach towards food security is what we call them today but the government after the second world war and around that time was very concerned about america autonomy understandably and invested in systems that ensure that we had enough corn wheat rice soy those key crops and a few others cotton sorghum tobacco that we had those introduced in volume sufficient to feed the american public in the us. The conflans those two things is an overabundance of food crops starting in the fifties that we began to understandably redivert to be feed developed. The world service's in too much food so we feed. It does something else right and the thing is to mark. It's a bunch of rational things that we did right. We are like okay. I don't wanna have another. You know victory gardens and terrifying end of the world scenario. Understand right we have all these huge factories that we need to do something else with understand. These are all rational economic. It was good. It was good intentions with bad consequences and longer term consequences. You know these are sort of short term pivots responses. I think sometimes. And i do agree with some of the broader kind of conspiracies time around big ag but the way that it's been built up i think was a normal reaction to a bunch of social and economic forces and so we ended up with though is by the fifties we were realizing we could get fatter. Beef faster feeding it. Human food right and then about ten years later diet for small planet planet was one of the first book said that hit around those but then by ten years later people started to say but wait a second. This is devastating for the environment. Right because we're basically producing resource intensive crops that are maladaptive for beef diet right And are also bad for the planet being produced at the scale for this usage and effectively we created a very unsustainable beef supply system so the way that it happened is that we pivoted how we produce beef from a natural regenerate traditional system to the modern industrial farm. Yeah and then we started to understand. I'd say they the the response to that was for many people will. We're going to be vegan now the response but just like oh my god. Look what's happening. These factory farms and then of course literature came out. That meat is bad for you as got saturated fat. We shouldn't be eating. It causes heart disease right. Yes yes. And i think a lot of they you know they the conversation around beef and how bad it is a lot of it. I agree with directionally in that confinement. Beef is really bad.

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National Spelling Bee to return in mostly virtual format

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

National Spelling Bee to return in mostly virtual format

"The scripts national spelling bee will return this year most of the spellers will now have to spell all those difficult words from home erysipelas I was slow to point Anya last year's B. was canceled because of the corona virus pandemic the first time that's happened since World War two it's usually held near Washington DC in may because of the pandemic most Baylor's will compete starting in June in the virtual format the in person competition will be limited to a dozen finalist on ESPN campus at Walt Disney world in Florida several online bees were held last summer by other organizations to make up for the cancellation of the scripts B. I'm a Donahue

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New York City public schools to reopen for in-person learning

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

New York City public schools to reopen for in-person learning

"Schools in new york city are reopening for in person instruction in a week from tomorrow for some students even as the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in the city. Npr's anya communists has more new york city. Public schools will be reopening in phases starting on monday december seventh. That's mayor bill de blasio at a sunday. News conference preschool. Elementary school students he said will be followed by students with significant disabilities fewer than a of the district's more than one million students. Those who previously opted in to in person or eligible. There is no plan yet for older students. New york city's public schools originally closed on november nineteenth after the city. Hit a three percent average positivity rate on corona virus tests. As of this sunday. The citywide rate was three point. Nine

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New York City to Close Public Schools Again as Virus Cases Rise

Morning Edition

03:41 min | 1 year ago

New York City to Close Public Schools Again as Virus Cases Rise

"Students in the nation's largest school district will once again be learning from home Today. New York City has closed its schools because the Corona virus has gotten so bad there again. On your Kamenetz from the NPR Ed team is in New York and joins us now. Good morning, Onya High. Rachel. How did this happen? How did New York get to this point? Well, it's been a saga you know. At the opening of schools was delayed twice this fall, There were acrimonious debates between parents, the union educators. The city, the state and most recently, it was hours after sort of the initial announcement that parents actually learned that they wouldn't have any way to send their Children the next day. Huh? So how? How are officials making this decision? What criteria are they basing it on? So Mayor Bill de Blasio had previously set this threshold of 3% positivity rates on tests taken across the city. That's that's very different from what we're seeing inside the schools where there were a few cases and we've been edging closer to that 3% standard over this past weekend. Now, Rachel 3% positivity is a pretty low level. Some critics have called it arbitrary. The mayor has called it, you know, conservative and stringent. How does this decision in New York computer what's happening happening in other places around the country? I mean, I think what we've been seeing obviously, cases air rising around the country and even in places where they'd opened up. Sometimes they have to close down again because there's so many staff in quarantine, but generally across the country, cities are much more likely to either stay remote or go remote. You know, l a USD in Chicago have stayed remote. This whole time. Detroit and Denver just went remote. So to Des Moines, set of Toledo, Oklahoma City and s. So it's it's really It's a tough time for in person school right now. So what are you learning on you about the science disclosing schools actually make a difference in curbing the spread. This is a really tricky point. You know? Most scientists at this point will tell you that schools, especially elementary schools, have not been found to be significant sources of spread. As a reported recently, we're seeing in many places in Europe. They've been dealing with the second wave by closing bars, restaurants, sometimes lots of businesses yet keeping schools open. But there's very few or if any places in the United States that are actually putting the kids first in that way, so Lots of critics who point out here in New York City. Indoor dining is still open at 25% capacity and their many local officials calling on the mayor and the governor to prioritize school's over bars or restaurants. What are parents telling you? I mean, especially parents who can't tell a work right? Who can't stay home with their kids? Right? So, you know, Rachel, this is a big, diverse district, Its majority low income and we should note on Lee about 300,000 of the Million Plus, students have been going to school in person, so there's a lot of variations. The mayor did mention yesterday that the city has space in its learning Bridges program, which is basically free child care, especially for essential workers. About 30,000 spots right now. We also heard yesterday and this is kind of upsetting when it comes to equity. There are about 60,000 students in the city who still don't have devices for learning at home. They're gonna be getting paper packets, and that's eight months in schools closed, but I think you know, I talked to Daniella example. He started a petition to keep schools open. She's a working mother of two and she feels like the city's taking parents like her for granted. I think a lot of it is frankly, you're a parent and you love your Children, so you always figure it out. But there's just no recognition of the insurmountable burden that parents have been under for the last seven or eight months. She added. A specially working moms NPR's Anya Kamenetz. Thank you. Thanks.

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How To Talk To Your Kids About The Election

Morning Edition

03:03 min | 1 year ago

How To Talk To Your Kids About The Election

"Feel like you've been riding an emotional rollercoaster this election season. Well, guess what the kids in your life have noticed. But this anxious moment in history also presents a learning opportunity. Anya Kamenetz and Corey Turner cover education and parenting for NPR, and they have these tips for talking to kids about the election. In pre coded times. Hassan Cua May, Jeffries remembers taking his daughters to vote in 2016. We were right. There was me and all three of them the youngest one. I had her in my carrier, and I have my other two right there that we don't vote. Jeffries is a professor of history at Ohio State University, he says this year his middle daughter who's eight. Wanted to know was our voting plan. You know, Like what? So she's not fully clear, but she knows enough that there needs to be a plan. So step one in the election parenting playbook. Get active. Show your kids that you and by extension, they have a voice. Children are picking up on so much right now, And unfortunately, that also means in many cases they can see that we're on edge. So be honest. Tell them Adds a little nervous about the election. It's helpful for kids social and emotional development to hear you naming your feelings, yes, and to reduce that stress as much as possible. Try your hardest to turn off the TV or the radio, Put away your phone and connect with their kids Ask what they've been hearing and feeling and then listen carefully to what they share. It's so important for young people to be Engaged in conversations about meaning and purpose and different political viewpoints. Ashley Burner at Johns Hopkins University is an expert in civics education. She says. It could be tempting to stay in our bubbles and bash the people We disagree with. Politically. It's always been difficult, and it's even more difficult when we have media that helps create these separate holes in which we're all siloed in our own worldview with without touching others, Burner says. We actually need to strive for the opposite. Actively expose our Children to a range of opinions that can help our kids build skills like empathy and evaluating claims and evidence skills that are absolutely necessary for a functioning democracy. We know that civic formation is the prime reason why modern democracy started funding education in the first place was to raise able citizens. To be those able citizens. Kids also need to know about the world. Its history and geography or under, says research shows that students who spend more time with East social studies topics in school actually do better in other subjects, too, And this basic context will help them sort fact from everything else. Yeah, election season is full of learning opportunities. Just take a look at all the maps that are online. Or for slightly older kids. You can talk about the 18th century origins of the electoral College. You know, the thing about talking about history with our kids is that they're living through history right now.

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Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

All Things Considered

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Socialists Make A Strong Comeback In Bolivia

"Socialist appear to have made a strong comeback yesterday in Bolivia's presidential election. All of the votes have yet to be counted. But the handpicked candidate of ousted President Evo Morales seems to have taken a big lead in the first round. Those are supporters of socialist Louise Arcee, celebrating in downtown La Paz. NPR's Philip Reeves has been following this from his base in Rio de Janeiro and joins me now. Hi, Phil. Hi. Remind us what set the stage for this election. For the past year, Bolivia has been ruled by an interim president from the political right. Yeah, This goes back to late last year, when Morales was pushed out and went into exile. His opponent said he tried to rig an election. They cited an audit of that election by the Organization of American States that showed numerous irregularities. Others dispute those allegations and say Morales was the victim of a coup on elected interim government took over headed by right winger call Ginny Anya's. It's had a rough ride and yes crackdown on the opposition. Several dozen of Morales is indigenous supporters were killed by security forces during protests which polarized country of more Then the pandemic arrived in the electoral authorities postpone the election twice and that triggered mass protests and Nation and the nation wide blockade, and people were worried that yesterday's election would bring more unrest. But that didn't happen happily. So with all of this, how certain are we that the socialist Louise Arcee is actually one? Yeah, I mean, it doesn't appear that he's run out, won the first round outright, his main rival, Carlos Messer, today, conceded Saying that people have to recognize there's being a winner. The interim president Ginny Anya's tweeted, congratulations to us in his running mate Very early on Mexico in Argentina, You know, two big regional players politically on the left, have publicly congratulated him. And so, by the way is the U. S. Polls before the election did show us He was well ahead in the lead, you know as well in the lead, but his chances of winning out right in the first round weren't Sena's full. That great unofficial vote count indicate he's actually done that. But this hasn't been officially confirmed by the electoral authorities. They say the official count could take several days to complete. Can you say Maura about thie us in support of our say the U. S. Did concur with the allegations of border voter fraud committed by more Alice? Yeah, when they ran, it was pushed out. The Trump administration was frankly delighted, is a huge figure on the Latin American left. He was Bolivia's first indigenous president. He ruled for nearly 14 years. He's credited with growing the economy a lot not least through nationalization and lifting millions out of poverty with the help of a C who was his economy minister. S O. The prospect of a socialist comeback in Bolivia isn't likely to go down well in in Washington, the right wing tends to bracket morale is with Venezuelan Cuba and you know they saw his fall is a defeat for international socialism. But the State Department certainly saw the writing on the wall and has recently been saying it will work with whoever is legitimately elected. That's NPR's Philip Greaves. Thank you so

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Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Bolivia Prepares For Its Long-Awaited Presidential Election

"Olivia's presidential election is tomorrow on the atmosphere surrounding it may sound familiar fears of voter fraud, worries about violence and a deeply polarized country. As NPR's Philip Reefs reports. Lender. Yannis is getting ready for Bolivia's election day in the same way you prepare for an earthquake. She's stocking up. Ah, Rose can tell their soul guard. She says. She's bought lots of rice and sugar and plans to slaughter a cow to feed her three kids in case the shops ran out of meat. Yannis is in Bolivia's capital, La Paz. Talking to NPR from a gas station. She's lining up to buy emergency fuel supplies. Just in case there's violence and everything shuts down. People are desperate, says Yannis. They don't know what might happen in the next few days. Bolivians go to the polls tomorrow amid an unprecedented crisis, the pandemics causing havoc so our politics in my three decades of writing and studied Bolivia, I have never seen it. This polarized. Eduardo Gamarra is professor of politics at Florida International University in Miami. He's from Bolivia and believes the countries at a crossroads, its really going through a major transition to either a more stable Bolivia or an incredibly incredible Unstable set of years to come tomorrow says if the first round is tight, and there are allegations of fraud, it could be very dangerous, very, very dangerous because it's in fact, a repetition of last year's scenario he's talking about last November. That's when evil Morales was driven from power after 14 years. Morales was Bolivia's first indigenous president, a Socialist admired by leftists worldwide. He stepped down amid mass protests triggered by US supported allegations that he rigged last year's election. Morales was replaced by an unelected interim president, Jenny Anya's Ah, hardline conservative Christian Morale is his supporters took to the streets, accusing her of a coup. Anya's crackdown. 23 people were killed after government security forces

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Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets

"Even before the pandemic one way technology has been creeping into students. Lives is through grading and we're not just talking about those multiple choice bubble sheets that have been around for decades. The educational testing service which creates statewide assessments for K. through twelve students along with higher Ed tests like gre has been using artificial intelligence to grade essays since. Nineteen ninety nine but can a I really tell good writing from bad andreas or Anya is vice president of assessment and learning technology development for ets. He says, systems are trained to look for things like style grammar and how arguments are built assist them is trained by to extract a lot of features of good and bad writing, and so what that system does, it's it aggregate all the data from an essay after processing it, and then it produces some kind of professional score. The scores of the computer are being compared to a human reiter, and then if there's a big discrepancy, usually a third raider comes in to resolve the discrepancy. So it's actually sort of a check on the human reviewer. It is the way we use it. It is a check on the human reviewer deal. See this ever the I ever being good enough to replace teachers in their sort of regular grading that they do, which I know is one of their many teachers least favourite activities. Yeah. So I really believe in joining forces of computers and humans and so having. Systems that help teachers, for example, spots like, Hey, a lot of your students are struggling with this topic may be next lesson. You want to take a little bit more time you know expanding on that or maybe you know the degrading rights, especially the the more low low key grading with with fairly straight fair for answers at the lower levels. That's something that a computer can do really well, very reliably and so helping a teacher so that teacher can spend more time on personalizing their instruction and and giving individual attention I. Think it's a great way to go about this. How often do you see the I catching examples of poor writing that that human has missed and in that second expert having to come in? It depends by exam. So for a practice exam, it may be different than for Gre. But we have pretty strict rules surrounded where More than one and a half point difference is already more than we WANNA tolerate and you're talking about maybe six point skill, and so you know it depends on the exam it can be five percent can be ten percents but I think the important point is that whenever there's some discrepancy we're going to check into it. We're never letting something go without the check. We've seen stories of students. You know kind of gaming, the system just writing a bunch of keywords that they know the system is GonNa be looking for and getting a perfect score. What's the usefulness of that kind of grading if it can easily be gamed? If a system is that easily game -able, it's obviously not a very good system and it needs to be revisited. Now you have to take into account what the purpose was. So if the purpose of a system is to help a student in a low six environment learn or to help inform a teacher denise of that system are obviously very different than if you make life decisions about admitting someone or other you know very impactful decisions based on it, and so it depends on how you use it. Clearly. There are some school systems that are using a I. In this way. What role do you see the companies that make the technology having in preventing it from be being used in a way that you think is not actually that helpful We we have done a bunch of presentations over the past couple years to kind of set up Some key questions that we believe teachers should ask is the data that is being used in these systems appropriate for my students. Right is are these models related to what my students need cannot intervene in the system or these kind of questions that? Teachers need to ask and I think it's really important that as we move further and further in this automated world that we really tool people an arm people with with those questions and being able to make good judgments for whether these tools are good for the learning that happens in their classrooms or not. Andreas you've been with the company for a really long time working on this technology. Do you see a point when when your work is done, it's all it all works as well as human grading. I don't think that point will AFRICOM and not because he systems aren't aren't progressing really rapidly because they're getting better and better. But the reason why I don't think that's ever happened is because as soon as we get these systems really well done to do what we know. Now, we as a society want way more things and we are always wanting more things than we wanted before and so our creativity and our desire for new things will always out base what we can model at any point in time Andreas or anya is with eds.

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New York City Will Again Delay Start of In-Person Classes for Most Students

Marketplace

03:32 min | 1 year ago

New York City Will Again Delay Start of In-Person Classes for Most Students

"New York City has announced a second delay to the start of the school year. For most students, parents are having to up end their plans once again as the nation's largest school district faces divisions over staffing and safety in school buildings. NPR's Anya Kamenetz has been following the story and joins us now. Hey, Anya, how are you? Hey, I think I think the description for a lot of teachers and parents is whiplash thiss coming. They was supposed to be the start of in person learning as you mentioned in this district of 1.1 million students with four days to go. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today at a press conference that only the youngest students in three K and pre K as well as those with significant special needs called district 75. Only then will be coming back on Monday, and the rest of our students are going to phase in by grade level between now and October, 1st. And what reason did he give her this additional delay? So the mayor framed this, as you know, abundant caution as well as compassion. Here. He is a today's press conference. We have got to get it right for a kid's. They lost a lot. But there are a lot of questions about the timing of this decision. You know. New York City's educator unions have for weeks been raising concerns over the issues of safety and staffing that the mayor cited today. And this is the second time the first being just a couple of weeks ago, But the district has announced changes the start of school year just a few days in advance on DH. That was the frustration voice. Hi Taj Sutton. She's a public school parent and an education advocate in Brooklyn in this so called planning that's happening. We're seeing all these vests because they didn't inform families. They didn't include teachers. They didn't include students. Okay, So what are the specific safety issues facing New York City schools right now? Well, that's so interesting, because New York City's Corona virus situation remains well under control. In fact, the CDC just released new guidance for safe school reopening and New York is in the light Green zone that puts it far, far ahead of most places around the country. However, in the past couple of weeks, what has happened is that teachers have started to come back to buildings, and that is solidified Existing complaints about ventilation about Peopie 17,000 teachers have gotten tested recently for Corona virus, and 55 of them reportedly tested positive. Now that's a very low ratio lower than the city as a whole, actually, But there has been at least one school in Flatbush, Brooklyn. That had to shut down because they had two positive cases, and that makes people Uneasy. Yeah. I mean, it sounds like tensions are really running high right now. You also mentioned staffing and budget issues. Yes, Principles have been saying for weeks that they just don't have the people to cover both in person and online classes. The mayor talk today about beating the bushes to hire 4500 more teachers, well somehow in the next couple of weeks, including possibly community college ad junks, he said. Maybe people that are studying education right now, and this is coming in the midst of an ongoing dispute with the governor over possibly withholding Funds to districts around the state to education and the city's Independent Budget office also released an estimate today that said, for schools to be fully in compliance with the stated plans would cost 32 million extra dollars a week. I don't know where that's going to come from. Wow. How is all of this impacting parents right now? You know, parents are really tearing their hair out. Also, I mean information is kind of leaking out in dribs and drabs. Whatever we else you can say, you know, over half of parents had opted into in person learning, although that's changing everyday. So you know they're all having to change your plans and definitely sent disappointed kids out there. That is NPR's Anya Kamenetz. Thank you. Anya. Thanks, Elsa. As covert outbreaks are

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New York City school reopening delayed until September 21

All Things Considered

03:27 min | 1 year ago

New York City school reopening delayed until September 21

"York is the nation's largest school district. And as of this morning it is still the only big city school district on track to open in person this fall. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that a new agreement we'll push back the first day of school by 11 days. The announcement comes after educator unions had signaled a willingness to strike if their safety demands were not met. A lot was on the line here to work through. But I'm pleased to report that we've come to an agreement to move forward. NPR's Anya Kamenetz has been following all the twists and turns up to today. She's here with us now, Hanya Hey, Mary Louise. So this decision over whether to re opened in person and on campus. It has been so fraud in every school district coast to coast. Bring us up to speed on how this has all played out in New York. So clearly, New York City was hit so hard by the pandemic in early days, and in particular, Mary Louise, dozens of educators lives were lost on DSO. Now, even though over the past few months, infection rates are very low, and most public health experts say the city should be safe to reopen it. Schools with the proper precautions in place. You know, not everyone feels safe. When you have won 1.1 million extremely Davor students more than 100,000 employees. There's a vast range of school building. Some of them are quite old. And so the question of what is proper precautions had become really fraught. And so I've been tracking, you know, street protests by teachers said the chancellor's house, You know, meetings that dragged on into the wee hours of resume. On DH people calling for a delay, which now has been announced. Okay, so they reached this new agreement was announced today. Tell us what's in it. One of the details So, you know, New York City Department of Ed is pushing back the start of school from September 10th to September 21st. And in that time period, there will be union representatives visiting every school to do their own safety checks. Of issues like airflow, and they're introducing someone innovative Corona Virus testing program. It's what's called surveillance testing, so they're planning to Be taking a random sample of between 10 and 20% of the students and adults. In each school each month. This is Dr J. Varma, public health adviser to the mayor, and he spoke to the press briefing today. The medical monitoring program that you're hearing about today is really focused on the people who are physically present in the school. And so, therefore not people with symptoms. So I should point out. This is different from what the city's big teacher union had been calling for, which was to test every teacher and every student before the start of school. You know that that seems kind of unlikely, even in the next few weeks, doing how much all this is going to cost. We're looking at airflow looking at testing. It's a lot It is a lot. It definitely will be chief. It's coming at a time. Of course, when New York City like so many other city states district is hurting for money. In fact, not Mama goes near, City School Chancellor Richard Carranza said. If the city doesn't get a big chunk of federal aid, which the state is sitting on right now, They would be looking at laying off 99,000 employees rather than what they need to be doing now, which is hiring more nurses and substitutes. Just a few seconds left But teachers parents, how did they feel? You know, some are feeling relieved and hopeful that there's more clarity. Others. Mary Louise are still not convinced, and there's a lot to resolve in just a few more days to do it. NPR's Anya Kamenetz reporting Thank you so much. Thank you.

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Stop dancing to the sound of your oppression | Madame Gandhi

TED Talks Daily

06:16 min | 2 years ago

Stop dancing to the sound of your oppression | Madame Gandhi

"It's Ted talks daily I'm Elise Hugh News it carries tremendous power to connect us to ourselves and one another but only a tiny percentage of music producers identify as women which means the songs turn up in our cars or in our ear buds can end up spreading harmful ideas about women. In her Ted Twenty Twenty Talk Madame. Gandhi sheriff's an alternative track. It features something refreshing. So, often I'll take a fitness class or go to a music venue. Or really anywhere that plays music in the background and I'll find myself loving the rhythms and the maladies and the beats. And then I take a second to listen to the lyrics lyrics that, for example, place us in a position of subservience that we would never tolerate in any other context and I am Aghast at the degree to which we normalize sexism in our culture I listen this music and I'm like. I don't want to have to turn up to the sound of my own oppression you know music. Is One of the most powerful forms of communication. Because it has the potential to either uplift or oppress. Music caters to the emotions music caters to the soul music opens up our soul. It opens up our channels to receive information about somebody else's walk of life to inform our own roles, and while I have no problem with male fantasy. What I do have a problem with, is that according to a recent study only two point six percent of all music producers identify as women that means an even smaller percentage identify as trans or gender non? Conforming. And what does this matter? Because if we don't own and control our own narrative. Somebody, else will tell our stories for us and they will get it wrong perpetuating the very myths that hold us back and I'm here to tell other people how to make their music. But I am here to provide an design the alternative. One Strategy I take in my music. Is Making up lifting energetic progressive global beats. And placing lyrics on top of them that genuinely described my life's experiences without contributing the oppression of anybody else. It's funny because it's the same reason as to why we excuse so many problematic lyrics it's because we love how beats make us feel. An example of this is my song topnotch turn up. Off My phone notification. So why have more time no bubbles to trouble clear state of mind. One thing the no. I'm not here to please hair tied up properly what time is not your property when I'm productive like my own. Give, grow room, breathe basic lights and her liberty free from insecurity the world projecting onto me please not trouble me. When I am focused the future is already know this fighting against the corruption. Let's go to turn up in my top is one I I wrote this. Not. I want to keep making sex positive beautiful music about joy and freedom. I want us to embrace our own pleasure just as much as we embrace our own pain I want us to celebrate the authentic nuanced multidimensional aspects of our human existence. Rather, than perform false narratives of degrading sexuality in order to feel accepted or loved and another strategy that I take in my music, it's a combat. The misogyny that exists on the Airways is to visually depict the very word I wish we lived in in the music video for my song. See me through which is like A. Queer electronic arm song I cast of my dear friends, Anya and diva to play the role of the lovers because they're married in real life. But what you don't know is that they also behind the camera consenting directing the entire video. Music should be safe and accessible for all to experience. It's not about losing the sex of or swags that music has it's about writing messages that infused tenderness and positivity into music that motivates US and challenges us. And while we musicians absolutely have the responsibility to make music that isn't disempowering the consumers can be part of the change to firstly we get to choose which songs we WANNA. Mute and which song you WANNA turn louder. We get to see I respect myself enough to say I don't want to listen to this and I don't want this to be in anybody else's space either. Secondly we can simply ask ourselves does this music or this message contributes to the oppression of somebody else why am I tolerate eating and finally we can all be choosing to make playlists or DJ music that provides the right vibe or mood that we're looking for in that moment without the problematic messaging. Why does this matter because it's teaching? Algorithms are streaming systems in our world exactly what it is that we do want to listen to. Creating long-term. And a feedback mechanism that the entire industry. This is not a message. For, just a small group of people, this is a message that affects everybody because when we protect and liberate our most vulnerable genders we liberate everybody.

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"anya" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

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"anya" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Fund one the US. I'm able to stay up. A whole reimagined. Approach to Breslin is some some publication called the IPHONE press problems and I fully agree with it unfortunately came the story of the horrific story of the founder. Who had major issues raising money? She was badly treated by investors in practice called by the New Yorker and Bloomberg in the end because the story was so horrible she had kind of the worst set of experiences of all of us together and it was incredibly disappointing because investors did not understand the product did not understand the market did not understand her as a female founder and thankfully since then the market has moved forward quite a lot but the fact that L Z steer remains the largest fantastic funding round. Forty million dollars tells you how far we still have to go. Some of the other tech grounds return hundreds of millions. Use understand that this has been massively under invested into us on your explains her role as investor in residence at Google for startups in London. This role Cayman almost like as a result of the symbiotic relationship we have with Google in. We started off as a very young. We see we had very few resources but refers to God. We still have very few resources because we plow them into our companies as much as we can and Google at least for startups was going through this. Transformation Day obviously have the resources to dedicate the ecosystem in London regionally when the campus was launched. This was the core of the new London kind of infrastructure for startups. Since that then of lost decade think the whole ecosystem inlanders evolved and therefore the role. The compasses changed so what they tried to do to use those resources to help the right kind of startups and also the right kinds of investors. So for us. It's it's a symbiotic relationship so I mentor residents of the cafe here. Downstairs part of my role. I run industry residents kind of office hours at least once a month and in exchange we get certain resources you'd being able to be based here which is fantastic and obviously huge cost saving for us but also gets US closer to some amazing companies and we also run orienteer- together with Google so one of them being our monthly clinic for female founders. Which again gives us access to a space perfectly suited for it and infrastructure for all the things that we already also having the pipeline. Because it's a family friendly building for example which allows babies and children caters for that possibility. So it's it seems like a natural.

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"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

Your Life Program

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

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"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

Your Life Program

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

"Have some beauty treatment food for the skin. It's going to be just too sick as the rest of your body. Absolutely I agree with you and The another reason we came with membership I also who had A problem with skinned when I was a teenager in I had some acne and it was very expensive for me to maintain my skin and every mom to go and pay hundred fifty two hundred dollars and and to do all. This chemical peels to improve the call improve texture. It's it's come up very pricey so in this membership. We have the best acknowledges in its affordable and this is like a lot of people love it because they can really invest and put this in their own well-being money. Yeah onside and treat himself. That's really great. I mean I can't wait to start myself because I went to the one one aspects. It's a beautiful facility. The Room is so inviting uncomfortable and the technology there. I'm looking at him she's she's go out. What is this and so I can't wait to experience all those things and you don't we'll do we'll come back and we'll have another show about how all was in take pictures and left the post them with Adar's because if you're right here can conceive a on your skin? It's perfect game perfect Khloe. There's a lion on her and of course. She looks absolutely stunning gorgeous. So what I wanted to ask you next was. How often would anybody need a laser on their face? In what is delays. You mentioned that before supposed to like the other chemical peels in hydrogen laser for so what we use in our facility is his iep all device a help. To improve our discoloration it helped to congregate blood improve the broken capillaries. It's definitely AH titans the skin so those type of procedures again depends. What is your concern are usually? It's a package of three what we suggest and then you can do it every six month once a year it depends how much she gets. Unexposed in how the people has Sometimes has fluorine up. You know it could be the spicy food or could be whether triggered or just stress. So they can do procedure a little bit more often so in another laser would we have is a fractional radiofrequency ablation technology. Hope to improve fine lines wrinkles great for for our post op scarring. This is one of my favorite lasers. He helped to minimise appearance of board and just Make your skin beautiful and ready end to end the great thing about it because it's Not Optical energy but radiofrequency. It's not required to really protect your eyes. I so you can treat their orbital area which is a very important for many people means under the is under the is correct in also the downtime in which is another important factor because not too many people had a lot of time to go exactly so we need to just go go go and after this procedure you can make up twelve hours post procedure in lasers you should wait twenty four to forty eight hours or sometimes even longer and in other great thing that the healing healing is four to five days. And you absolutely can go out in your skin. Looks just fabulous Bolus and so it's knowing sign me up definitely right after the show right after the show so when you were telling about one and one ascetic said they have a philosophy of vision for their clients and for their whole The whole facility. I mean it's a whole healthcare facility. There's fitness in there. There's your Aesthetics in then there's also massage there's also We have recovery. Sorry I believe so. It's a beautiful facility for all kinds of physical and facial care. What's the vision? I future with everyone in that. You know participates division of philosophy behind old is project and concept that all otherwise at some point of life Wants to look and feel better and we all really need a heart Bush for that. Let's be honest. Estonians widow. Aunty Carol of all skin or body until we're really start looking in the mirror and say oh my God. I've really not enjoying what I see and I can't and believe me you know so In the the philosophy behind with people to come in one place where they can receive the three sixty transformation so we have a full equipped gem which been existing for twenty seven years in its well known in Park land in coral springs so we have have a personal one to one training have group training so an a next facility. We have the next to each other two on two buildings so the next facility is health and wellness and there where we have esthetics massage therapy will have a hair loss doctor. We have a hormone replacement meant so we do have a recovery room where people after training they common Digenova Woods compression are treatments. They are due L. D. light therapy for full body helped to reduce inflammation in the muscle stimulate new collagen production It's even a proven that it's increased deaths from production production it helps female also reproductive system so all of this we have in one facility so people receive all this complete office treatment. Complete care they feel more happier loved in again. It's all about relationship ship. You know you build on this relationship and they know when they come into us we are care we have family in if we don had something something we know where we can refer you. You know would definitely know what we can do for your. We cannot do for you and that it's a big step. That's wonderful I didn't realize it had all that Available to to people there with the rest of the opportunities for wellness I even I love it. They had they replacement doctor didn't know they had the hydro groups Yep Therapy and I didn't realize that they had a whole own center on that side to. We're just right chain stretching stretching facility. That's wonderful too. Well so I think that what I would list as our whole theme theme is love. Love your own self right to take the time to really invest in our wellbeing inside outside outside muscular only structurally facially not just like you said the face. Nobody ever thinks about it even men too. I was curious. What sir percentage of men coming to take take care of their skin as well they surely? Should you know Bolivia more nod. It's increasing you know and more man's Dr Coming up in sign opt for For membership in you know it's actually easier clientele than female really follow the rules. And they don't they prayed to go a step left right because they don't know what to do after so they get all confused. That's why whatever you tell them to do just like follow their right up to E. exactly exactly in the they actually have a great result and the result and they surprised it was like. Oh my God I never believed that. That's what actually you know doing to my face and my skin look so great In one of my client when restarted doing procedure the facial and he was like oh I fought facial is relaxing fox in like well. Medical facial is not really relaxing. Because we're working on your skin were trying to deduct FAI and do extractions in extractions at definitely definitely not a pleasant part of the facial but the results the results they are so of course in its last longer. That's why would you more detail facials you know and and more medical to fix the problem not just to pumper in make you feel a great for one hour and then skin go back to the same in two days. No like like all facials our last three to four weeks until the skin turns over. Of course in. Its gets better better as you go better better as you go Music Myers so on your. How do people get in touch with you? Tell us about the website for our one aesthetics. Your email your business phone number and and As social media. If you have so that people can find you to come in get their skin taking care of. We own social media on the facebook. It's one to want want aesthetics on instagram the same one to.

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"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

Your Life Program

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

"Skin is my guests fabulous passion. She is a medical L. S. detection and a certified electronic and laser specialist on your Jordan. And it's her passion to teach you about her specialized nationalized skincare techniques that will rejuvenate Titan and revitalize your face and contour your body so welcome to the show Joe Anya. Thank you so much for being here. Hi Thank you for having me here. Well so tell us the story of how you became this fabulous realists facial specialists. I know that you have come over here from Russia that's hand You had a whole life there and it brought you here to Florida so tell us journey and and then share how your passion came to be a reality institition so I came off from Russia as a student when it was twenty and the end it was only three months program. It was Work in trouble so way of we Experience a different culture in will learn language and we work at the same time so that we can pay for our bills in you know Place with relief so end I met My my daughter's father's win. I stayed in this country in several years after I was looking what I'm going to do in this country. So what is my passion Russian. Even though I have a bachelor international relationship in political science oh I had diploma but I didn't really see myself in that profession so I decided sided to go in and beauty so all selling Mary. Kay and I'm sure a lot of people who have yeah definitely so in. It leads me to learn more about skincare and learn more about one. What actually women one and why they come in for this events in what their desire so when I started going to school so I learned a lot about skin a lot about makeup and is really Became my passion and I start working as addition in medical spas Of course I was a regular spas like more relaxing atmosphere and little by little I get more Experienced and and I grew myself to work with one of the best plastic surgeons in dermatologist. So and that's where my career took me so more medical aestheticians an and more medical procedures that are a little bit more advanced in the skin technology and correct Such as what. Tell some of the things that you do do that. Are that advanced technology to help your skin glowing and radiant so the difference between acid. When they come in from the school they usually do simple procedures? There's like a regular relaxing facials where it's not required in new harsh chemical peels or lasers are as you get more certifications and more indications and if you work under supervision of Doctor Nurse Practitioner so you can start doing a little bit more inventive treatments like intense ball slight Some submissive the blade of procedures. Friday radiofrequency on light fractional procedures. which is can be performed by s tradition but under supervision of Dr so and little by little start learning all this techniques oldest machines? The End I as I mentioned before worked with amazing plastic surgeon so and we had a great great relationship in great on medical spa so in goal of of course to help men and men to look beautiful into look what they see in the mirror and feel beautiful. Denial looks beautiful. You do feel bad company yourself connected. Yes so when you're explaining those Procedures tell us a little bit about the laser in the light pulse and Some of the other things you do. What does that entail like if someone doesn't even know what it is like? I'm not familiar with all of those things he's to what exactly are some of them so it usually the way it works With patient comes to the SPA on in we do consultation I interest in. That's where I learned about all would women. Oh man looking for in order would result. They expecting if they like to. You have More tightening of they they worry about hyper. pigmentation or any discoloration broken capillaries or they just like to glow you know just to get detox facial you know to clean the pores so after consultation. We build a plan. What exactly we're going to do? What direction? We're GONNA go. Should we starve of Eliezer or should we just stick the facials so and of course it depends on the budget of the client in expectations. And if some people coming in the ruling need odd dramatic procedures something like a face lift or More a blade if lasers I would definitely refer them to the doctors who I know. I would highly recommend who I used to work with and I know that the job is excellent so so I will just refer them in usually if I don't know Answer on the question or I know that all machines would I have will not. AWW Give them result what they're looking for. I'm not taking the patient in a promising damned. I'm GONNA do medical. I love that I love your level of integrity to I instead of just saying here you need this and then go give them the procedure you sit down with that consultation. Ask them what they want what they feel what they are looking for what they expect. Those are very very important personal relationship building questions that not a lot of people take the time to do who so in one of the reasons. I liked you so much when I was introduced. Is that your soulful self your energy that not only you're passionate about what you do in your excellent in highly highly educated in it is you really care about the patients and you really slim relationships with them. And this bond of trust because we're laying down on the table looking up and you're standing overlooking overlap with the instruments in your hand. It's at our face right. So that really is a huge trust factor and to be able to feel comfortable and safe while someone's someone's doing these procedures a little bit more advanced procedures. That's really really super important. One things I love most about you when we were talking earlier. So that's what I wanted to share when we were doing. You know this recording for the radio is that your extra step of personally being in there like all in is what I want our listeners really. We'll be here because not all spas. Not Technicians not all facialists. No they just go do their thing and do the same thing everybody. And that's what you need but yours is so personally personally tailored to each person's exact personality what they need and what you have and I liked it if it isn't what they won't do it either. So that's so honest. Absolutely every single facial is customized and must be customized on not. Everybody has the same skin. Not Everybody has the same reaction not everybody has the same requirements so you. It's a mass to undestand. A client. Patient is the most to build that connection and it is connection action. You build relationship. It's not just a business going on between is no. It's a relationship when my different level it spiritual well it's It's a lot of psychological things going on between the people when we talk and it's the moment where people when you do facial official on them they feel the energy and that's where then they open up. You know they start telling you things about themselves they would. They like what they don't like and you'll learn little by little in you build this one you know and it goes just for the next level from the client and technician to a friendship In it's amazing opinion. I build a a great following in grade Clientele where the old them become my friends. I love that and so am I the so tell us the importance of the right kind of skin care and how often we need to actually have a facial. 'cause I really need to facial as soon as the radio shows was over when it comes up and make an appointment Basically in my spy in one to one aesthetics division is is the monthly on maintenance as everything else in life is require maintenance. It's not going to be one time procedure in Uganda. Look amazing right away. Yeah absolutely literally you will get some glow you will get a healthy resolve by to have healthy skin on a long period of time. It's has to be maintenance. It has to be monthly really so in one to one aesthetics. I created a membership where people can choose any two procedures thirty minutes or any one procedure one hour a month for affordable price instead of coming in pain a lot of money so we have put them in the regiment in we build a plan from this ten procedures seizures. What we have so it's could be chemical peel? It's could be micro. Abrasion hide official skin tiny. So we mix and Maj based house skin reacting through the time so I have a lot of people who did participate in this membership and they see dramatic result in very happy and they couldn't believe the the importance of monthly maintenance and now when they are in this membership they really see you while. That's it's really makes difference. It's really important Gordon to take care of us every single month in its compared to like a workout. You cannot go. You can't go on time at work and I still say exactly you Bumped up and build the muscles. So it's commitment it's dedication in when do consultation. I always tell people if you would like to work with me. I need your help to commit to it. I need your Discipline I need to make sure that you are following the regiment L.. Skin care is also very important. It's like food for your skin right when you go outside of you working muscles on the inside and the outside is just important. So many people forget the importance. aww This covering that is the most amazing thing that protects us from the university. The largest organ on your body and many times neglect. We're trying to buy something are cheaper. And that's where a lot of people trying to save the money on their skin and it's wrong because like you said it's something what actually protects excess from this environment. Pollution San an old dirt. And all of that. So in this the first thing what we actually should taken care of and right choosing skin-care it's very important. It's similar to the food. What you eating if you know that you have an allergic reaction to certain food you not eat that when why you put into screams what creates in gives you Allergic reaction or any aspiration breakout That's why people has to make sure that they buy skin care after consultation book the skin specialists so that they can look at your skin or any. US addition you can look at your skin and tells you. Look you have oily skin and you would need this product. What Ghana control your oil? But at the same time not removed too much oil and not Older overdrive but not going to be crazy. So all of this is very very important and a ride choosen. Skincare is the key to success of of all your procedures in old manual. You Invest in treatment right sits the stuff we do in between. Were not with you so that we have to do the daily regimen to keep it up so that the next procedure and I liked it that you can choose different things each month to try a different technique on your skin to bring about a different result and then you can see which ones work best for you absolute and keep it going because I think that that membership thumb idea really helps people really realize like like for me. Hey how to exercise every day. I mean you have to move. He can't sit still at you get scooped in Gupta dried up in clumped up in the sedentary lifestyle. You make people ill so the same thing with your skin. If you don't wash it deter let it.

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"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

Your Life Program

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Your Life Program

"Skin is my guests fabulous passion. She is a medical L. S. detection and a certified electronic and laser specialist on your Jordan. And it's her passion to teach you about her specialized nationalized skincare techniques that will rejuvenate Titan and revitalize your face and contour your body so welcome to the show Joe Anya. Thank you so much for being here. Hi Thank you for having me here. Well so tell us the story of how you became this fabulous realists facial specialists. I know that you have come over here from Russia that's hand You had a whole life there and it brought you here to Florida so tell us journey and and then share how your passion came to be a reality institition so I came off from Russia as a student when it was twenty and the end it was only three months program. It was Work in trouble so way of we Experience a different culture in will learn language and we work at the same time so that we can pay for our bills in you know Place with relief so end I met My my daughter's father's win. I stayed in this country in several years after I was looking what I'm going to do in this country. So what is my passion Russian. Even though I have a bachelor international relationship in political science oh I had diploma but I didn't really see myself in that profession so I decided sided to go in and beauty so all selling Mary. Kay and I'm sure a lot of people who have yeah definitely so in. It leads me to learn more about skincare and learn more about one. What actually women one and why they come in for this events in what their desire so when I started going to school so I learned a lot about skin a lot about makeup and is really Became my passion and I start working as addition in medical spas Of course I was a regular spas like more relaxing atmosphere and little by little I get more Experienced and and I grew myself to work with one of the best plastic surgeons in dermatologist. So and that's where my career took me so more medical aestheticians an and more medical procedures that are a little bit more advanced in the skin technology and correct Such as what. Tell some of the things that you do do that. Are that advanced technology to help your skin glowing and radiant so the difference between acid. When they come in from the school they usually do simple procedures? There's like a regular relaxing facials where it's not required in new harsh chemical peels or lasers are as you get more certifications and more indications and if you work under supervision of Doctor Nurse Practitioner so you can start doing a little bit more inventive treatments like intense ball slight Some submissive the blade of procedures. Friday radiofrequency on light fractional procedures. which is can be performed by s tradition but under supervision of Dr so and little by little start learning all this techniques oldest machines? The End I as I mentioned before worked with amazing plastic surgeon so and we had a great great relationship in great on medical spa so in goal of of course to help men and men to look beautiful into look what they see in the mirror and feel beautiful. Denial looks beautiful. You do feel bad company yourself connected. Yes so when you're explaining those Procedures tell us a little bit about the laser in the light pulse and Some of the other things you do. What does that entail like if someone doesn't even know what it is like? I'm not familiar with all of those things he's to what exactly are some of them so it usually the way it works With patient comes to the SPA on in we do consultation I interest in. That's where I learned about all would women. Oh man looking for in order would result. They expecting if they like to. You have More tightening of they they worry about hyper. pigmentation or any discoloration broken capillaries or they just like to glow you know just to get detox facial you know to clean the pores so after consultation. We build a plan. What exactly we're going to do? What direction? We're GONNA go. Should we starve of Eliezer or should we just stick the facials so and of course it depends on the budget of the client in expectations. And if some people coming in the ruling need odd dramatic procedures something like a face lift or More a blade if lasers I would definitely refer them to the doctors who I know. I would highly recommend who I used to work with and I know that the job is excellent so so I will just refer them in usually if I don't know Answer on the question or I know that all machines would I have will not. AWW Give them result what they're looking for. I'm not taking the patient in a promising damned. I'm GONNA do medical. I love that I love your level of integrity to I instead of just saying here you need this and then go give them the procedure you sit down with that consultation. Ask them what they want what they feel what they are looking for what they expect. Those are very very important personal relationship building questions that not a lot of people take the time to do who so in one of the reasons. I liked you so much when I was introduced. Is that your soulful self your energy that not only you're passionate about what you do in your excellent in highly highly educated in it is you really care about the patients and you really slim relationships with them. And this bond of trust because we're laying down on the table looking up and you're standing overlooking overlap with the instruments in your hand. It's at our face right. So that really is a huge trust factor and to be able to feel comfortable and safe while someone's someone's doing these procedures a little bit more advanced procedures. That's really really super important. One things I love most about you when we were talking earlier. So that's what I wanted to share when we were doing. You know this recording for the radio is that your extra step of personally being in there like all in is what I want our listeners really. We'll be here because not all spas. Not Technicians not all facialists. No they just go do their thing and do the same thing everybody. And that's what you need but yours is so personally personally tailored to each person's exact personality what they need and what you have and I liked it if it isn't what they won't do it either. So that's so honest. Absolutely every single facial is customized and must be customized on not. Everybody has the same skin. Not Everybody has the same reaction not everybody has the same requirements so you. It's a mass to undestand. A client. Patient is the most to build that connection and it is connection action. You build relationship. It's not just a business going on between is no. It's a relationship when my different level it spiritual well it's It's a lot of psychological things going on between the people when we talk and it's the moment where people when you do facial official on them they feel the energy and that's where then they open up. You know they start telling you things about themselves they would. They like what they don't like and you'll learn little by little in you build this one you know and it goes just for the next level from the client and technician to a friendship In it's amazing opinion. I build a a great following in grade Clientele where the old them become my friends. I love that and so am I the so tell us the importance of the right kind of skin care and how often we need to actually have a facial. 'cause I really need to facial as soon as the radio shows was over when it comes up and make an appointment Basically in my spy in one to one aesthetics division is is the monthly on maintenance as everything else in life is require maintenance. It's not going to be one time procedure in Uganda. Look amazing right away. Yeah absolutely literally you will get some glow you will get a healthy resolve by to have healthy skin on a long period of time. It's has to be maintenance. It has to be monthly really so in one to one aesthetics. I created a membership where people can choose any two procedures thirty minutes or any one procedure one hour a month for affordable price instead of coming in pain a lot of money so we have put them in the regiment in we build a plan from this ten procedures seizures. What we have so it's could be chemical peel? It's could be micro. Abrasion hide official skin tiny. So we mix and Maj based house skin reacting through the time so I have a lot of people who did participate in this membership and they see dramatic result in very happy and they couldn't believe the the importance of monthly maintenance and now when they are in this membership they really see you while. That's it's really makes difference. It's really important Gordon to take care of us every single month in its compared to like a workout. You cannot go. You can't go on time at work and I still say exactly you Bumped up and build the muscles. So it's commitment it's dedication in when do consultation. I always tell people if you would like to work with me. I need your help to commit to it. I need your Discipline I need to make sure that you are following the regiment L.. Skin care is also very important. It's like food for your skin right when you go outside of you working muscles on the inside and the outside is just important. So many people forget the importance. aww This covering that is the most amazing thing that protects us from the university. The largest organ on your body and many times neglect. We're trying to buy something are cheaper. And that's where a lot of people trying to save the money on their skin and it's wrong because like you said it's something what actually protects excess from this environment. Pollution San an old dirt. And all of that. So in this the first thing what we actually should taken care of and right choosing skin-care it's very important. It's similar to the food. What you eating if you know that you have an allergic reaction to certain food you not eat that when why you put into screams what creates in gives you Allergic reaction or any aspiration breakout That's why people has to make sure that they buy skin care after consultation book the skin specialists so that they can look at your skin or any. US addition you can look at your skin and tells you. Look you have oily skin and you would need this product. What Ghana control your oil? But at the same time not removed too much oil and not Older overdrive but not going to be crazy. So all of this is very very important and a ride choosen. Skincare is the key to success of of all your procedures in old manual. You Invest in treatment right sits the stuff we do in between. Were not with you so that we have to do the daily regimen to keep it up so that the next procedure and I liked it that you can choose different things each month to try a different technique on your skin to bring about a different result and then you can see which ones work best for you absolute and keep it going because I think that that membership thumb idea really helps people really realize like like for me. Hey how to exercise every day. I mean you have to move. He can't sit still at you get scooped in Gupta dried up in clumped up in the sedentary lifestyle. You make people ill so the same thing with your skin. If you don't wash it deter let it.

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"anya" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"That's like understanding of this is this is like an issue that it'd be like mostly black people helping to fix. That's how it always discussed in a way where we could be like now. Yeah absolutely I think this should be funded somehow so that there is like a big big reward system. We're not just like hey teach these white people okay thanks there's like cash involved to avoid the voluntarism aspect of but what if it's just you got a bus full of white kids they have Toronto bringing you got a limit of like fifty dollars as you get dropped off in the hood and they're like yourself ultimately committee all you have to do is just walk up to one black person or I get to this way but eh yes looking at me humorous and like but it also kind of like enforces that like it it like reinforces the fear that white kids might have in like black communities. Yeah but it's funny. It doesn't necessarily do that. It's up to it's up to how they interpret the situation practice will oh absolutely absolutely but it's like. How much do you trust your teacher to like? I think it could also fostered distrust distrust in authority figures around you. Yes why. Why did you do that to me? That's like a negative thing. Like why did you do that to me under the impression that these very nice except for me. Oh I think it's very survival of the fittest. It would be the word survival imply. They're giving me out. You're not working with us. A half of them will make it back exactly three the show back or the ones that are like I'm not. It's just not for me to be racist if you couldn't talk to a blind person so you did not in a like like Manufactured way but that happened to me when I was like fourteen I walked completely for miles in the wrong direction in Boston. Ended up in a very like inner city neighborhood. That was like mostly black people and my dad grew up in Boston and when he found out which neighborhood that that happened in like the next day he was like. Oh my God are you okay and I was like yeah I literally I literally just ask somebody how to get to whereas I didn't even occur to me that it was scary uh-huh but also in my dad's defense he didn't think it was scary because it was black. He thought it was scary because he grew up in that neighborhood and he was like I got stabbed. ABC Like White People Do Scary neighborhood but yeah anyway that is I mean I didn't. It didn't occur to me that I like was like. I'm really not being racist right now. I was just trying to get out of that neighborhood like I think a lot of the kids that do the right thing quote unquote in that situation are just trying to get home. And they're not necessarily learning a lesson. Yeah but again. I think it's very to me. I still had a lot of growth and I still do as like a white person in America so it wasn't like wow I'm really look at me just rising above integrated also shouldn't do that. You shouldn't be like I was very but I think the the was lost on me like if that was manufactured situation. That's like okay. Like do the right thing that would it didn't even occur to me until like years later while I was like. Oh that's interesting but neighborhood is one that instilled fear in my family and I was like. I'm just not where I'm supposed to be right now. I was like fourteen color friendship age. Okay that was my that was my weekly drop off. Wait a second I gotTa Google this movie. I might be very confused about what we've been talking about. No we're talking about the same movie I was I was referring to the. It's the one in with the. Yeah the South African White Girl staying with an American black family. Yeah I've never seen. Ah Wholesome Disney movie. That has some problematic Seen it but it is like ultimately black story what what was a Helvetica. There's about that kind of thing that not really miss the mark and I think this movie is for its time and for its subject. Matter the mark less like address it gets to the root of some things a lot of them just being like kind of to my initial like ideas point also very much so muddied the like racial waters because she south South African so we have to like make all these concessions for her. You know about whiteness and it was. I was like interesting. Yeah you're totally. Yeah yeah that's like. That's like the whole premise of the movie they wanted. They want an African foreign exchange student to like black girl. They what they want because they they are like very proud of their African heritage and they wanted to like be closer to that by having this exchange student and then there's like South African racist white girl shows up and she likes is pretty culturally really insensitive and assumes that they're going to like clean for her and stuff but then obviously the reason. It's called the color friendship. Is that these. Two teenage girls become very close and like she learns a lot. They go to the old town road take their horses story. It is like it's like a sweet story but it does it it kind of implies it's like on black people to educate people so that's one problem but also sometimes a little bit unavoidable and these conversations because white people educating each other tends to go awry situation And then like you said. She's like South African so there's this whole thing where it's like. She's even worse. The American white people were like well. Let's not give these American white people watching this movie. 'cause like obviously apartheid and stuff is much more recent there So we get to be like well. We don't think of black people as servants automatically adequately so we're different and it's like there's still a lot of systemic racism to address just because you don't have that association doesn't mean you're not like still. Oh eligible for learning Joe Biden. Joe Biden could really use a mandatory color friendship year. Yeah can we rewind into your pop culture most upset about it. Because I don't I don't see how it would work pragmatically because then they wouldn't learn that it's not okay to black culture right. No I literally the whole kind of joking premise. Behind that is that they'll they seem to never learned. Yes the moment they seem to be getting it. You know I I absolutely also I think if if there were major labels that were like we're not signing white artists who aren't talking about like black issues then there would be like this underground fucking in horribly racist. Yeah absolutely the pendulum would swing too. Far the other way I agree the regulating. How much like Arianna Ron just have to go like? Black lives matter one time or does her whole thing have to be about black people and like the championing of off black people. Well I think that's a great question. They'd have to be like a whole panel in place kind of like research it herself and then like ghost writers. Well I mean there would have to be somebody who's confirm like okay. This is good. This is good she can. You can record that. After all the research that that she did personally on her own. You know how like child actors have to do a certain amount of school every day to be allowed to the onset think white artists appropriate in black culture. Hopefully the end result of that would be then being. I don't want to appropriate black culture anymore. They also Things you know but I'm more curious again on like who's the decided like is there there's a panel black people black academy that's the whole on the players share and I do hear you does. It's US three. Yeah and we'll decide we decide who is appropriate by culture and not that they have to you know start. Instilling your plan plan to read their lyrics and make sure. Are we getting paid. Oh yeah ally. Now you're getting you're getting it's like it's it's part of the label takes money from artists anyway for their age. That's like part of that. Money is going towards that. It's an are and then I read. I read the reason this came to mind was because I read this. Think piece about Ariana Grande Day and like the the pattern of her appropriating like Latina CTS and black culture. Even though she's like white Italian girl who's got a vaguely the almost like Latina sounding name that she gets away with it is. Yeah the VIBE and it was a black woman that wrote the article and she also had a youtube video. Ah like explained the article so I read that I. I'll be honest. I read it after watching youtube videos. Watching videos is easier. I'm sorry but But it was a very compelling videos than I read more about it but she was like. Yeah I'm really annoyed that Ariana Grande is doing this and she went through all the very obvious reasons for it but then she was like something that but she's doing that other people aren't really doing is the black women that she works with. That are like helping her write her songs and like her. Like creative team has a lot of black women and like queer black women specifically And she is putting like she's involving them much more in her her like visible platform Than a lot of people do like keeping those people behind the scenes like there. No matter who those those people aren't i. I mean the lyric writers and stuff. Yeah but And they were like I really appreciate that she's giving a lot of these women like platforms and like the woman that she saying monopoly with the her best friend who. I don't remember her name but she's a black girl. Yeah and she's like specifically of sexual black woman which was like Like in monopoly. They like staying about how she's lay on queer and like that song would not have in. It's mostly I think is it Vanessa. What's her name? I wish I I I wish I could too. But but she's like she's had a solo career for a long time it was mostly underground like people weren't really paying attention to her and she's like Ben Helping Arianna Guerande right in her lyrics for awhile. Ariana Grande Day was like let's come out with a song together and now her solo. Music is starting to chart so like the girl in the video the article. What's her like contention? She's like she basically she was like it's annoying. Ariana Grande Dame has lyrics that are like pretty obviously like coopting black culture and she's.

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"anya" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"anya" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Anya and the attack was carried out by al Shabab a terrorist group based in neighboring Somalia and a known al Qaeda affiliate I'll show Bob had been on the receiving end of a number of air strikes from the U. S. a statement from the terrorist faction claims to have inflicted heavy casualties but the US military says their pre dawn attack was repulsed and they killed at least four of the attackers photos on social media show a large black plume of smoke billowing above the base now there's no link yet between this attack and he runs promised to retaliate for the U. S. killing of its top general I'll show Bob is a Sunni group and has no real link to the ruling she in the Iran now days after that U. S. airstrike killing Qassem Soleimani some democratic lawmakers are criticizing president trump for ordering the attack without congressional approval was a practice the Obama administration I was a practice the bush administration the practice the Clinton administration when there is a sensitive operation of this nature of that depends on on close timing and and Dr sense of intelligence and and covert efforts though those things take place that's Robert o'brien president trump's national security adviser appearing on justice with judge Jeanine the website of an obscure U. S. government agency has been hacked the website for the federal depository library program was replaced with a page containing a threatening message in both English and Persian with an altered photo of president trump the page claimed to have been hacked by the Iranian regime US officials say.

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