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"arnav" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"arnav" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast
"Some won't be about Up felons being able to be his and about the extent. I tried to keep my bills normal outdo toil bills but this you're try to narrow down so that could focus in on the bills and give them my full attention. It's that's the gist of the bills. That i'm i'm really really excited about so much of what you're talking about. Just seems to be called the notion of a commission on race inequality nobody in their right mind would suggest that we operate perfectly as society in this state any more than any other state does You know looking at your life without parole for juveniles and and looking at those those disparities in terms of who's actually being incarcerated and so forth. Why do those sorts of things run into the road blocks that they do In the oklahoma legislature. You've been around long enough to i would suspect incentive why these things don't advance much at all make aces while arnold arnav think you have to start with this in heard it over and over again It's hard to get those individuals who in positions of authority To admit that racism exists Start with that concept. I mean you don't it's hard to get people I would be hard pressed to walk through the senate chamber. Forty eight of us in their forty seven other than me. And at and i guarantee you you would come out with less than fifteen percent that would say. Racism exists in the state of oklahoma. It doesn't existed we. We've we've gotten rid of that. We'd that that's not a problem. So that's the first thing is that you don't you don't you. We're not living in reality and a lot of come from rural areas where you know. It may not be much diversity but they're not devoid of knowledge of racism and what racism is but yet you would think that it did not exist if you listen to them so i think that's. That's the foundation to admit it. Almost almost is is for some of them..
"arnav" Discussed on Pantheon
"Welcome one. Welcome all i'm steven. Daniel arnav host and creator. Bob dylan about man. And god and law rejoiced. With elvis. And bob dylan singing. Hovena gila in our first ever holiday. Special ed part one hanukkah but that was then this is now and it's time for part two and you know just like we do just what this must meet. It must be sector picture to see bob dylan and a rocking slap dasher d. And don ary. Polka band are on the stage. And then they're in the hall and seventy at the top of the stairs at our rocking house party somewhere snowy and cozy and everyone seems to be drunk as spasm..
Interview With Hilary Blair
"In how we are connected. Human connection can be awkward exhausting. Hillary shows how true connection is worth navigating the mess. I can't think of a more important message. Bring new as we step into this holiday season. Yes we might have a few messy holiday conversations. And i invite you defined your shared stories all your most important conversations. In connections hillary recently grace attack stage is a keynote speaker. Communication trainer professional actor. She is the ceo and co founder of articulate real and clear in today's interview. Hillary share some of my favorite teachings that she does around her passion on our speaking voice. In letting just be messy. I love this. Let's get messy. I'm super excited to introduce you. To hillary blair so welcomed extraordinary. Women radio hillary. I am so thrilled to have you join us. I am really happy to be here. I love what you talk about. Love missing dear guests. Thank you thank you. And you. And i both belonged to culture talk community and asked where we've really gotten to know each other a little bit more this year. We've known each other for. I think we've known each other for many years but we haven't had the opportunity to really get to know each other's work until this year in. It's i got to see some of his presenting earlier this year. I was like oh my gosh everything you talked about. I was in love with and your message is so powerful and so important. And i'm so thrilled to have you meet. I'm thrilled to be here. Yeah and the whole culture talk community so the culture tucked community that we belong as we had cynthia fortunate on here last year on the podcast and she talked a lot about the The archetype work that that she and her sister really developed in have been taken out into the world and It's it's such powerful work. Yes i have found it resonating because of might be her background types being hard of the theater world and part of performance and in play writing in novels and in movies and television shows everything that that archetypical focus on the patterns of behavior who we are as people and roundedness out. I found it resonated with me and in the terms i love. you know. They're using the term him with an. I love those those twelve the hero in a lover in the near the creator and those terms and as you know in the work we do there are so many tests out there and and a lot of them have different ways of helping us be your out more about ourselves right. And they're all great right. There are the ones i know are really wonderful and great insights into who we are relating to each other and moving to the world. I feel that big gorgeous of this culture. Todd is that it resonates deep down with rice. Story south my stories propose. I know who i am. I know who that is. And that combination of things who they are. And how i show up and i get here your that. What made in resonating make granted. I need arnav or always. There's some deep seated. Hough happens with that. I so true so true. It's so funny. Because i've been working in that essence of who you are with my clients since the very beginning and so that was has always been part of my work. I'm helping my clients build their brand from the inside out. Let's start with that essence of you and starting to integrate. The archetypes into this year has religious. Put another layer of richness in to their own understanding of who they are in how they are showing up in their businesses spent. It's really been awesome. And he said the whole story component in how we really can tie this back to her own personal stories. It's such a powerful exercise to just look at archetypes and understand. You know how they shape who we are and how they guide the choices made and the life that we've created in the work that we do as also in related when you think about so you're archetypes tell us about your archetypes are a little bit about how that shaped your life from a personal story perspective. I am a magician in my next level are four. That are all very connected. And whenever i take any of the personality assessment. I tend to be this mix of many many things. This didn't surprise me magician first and then lover caregiver. Ruler and hero are all the next level and for me magician. It hit me on seoul many levels it. I am the child who was reading fantasy novels from forever. Still do as an adult. So that magician. It just made me grin from the inside aras. How and birmingham magician that sense of magic in that sense of finding for me. My journey has been finding the essence of each person that thing that sometimes they forget their or they squished in our help. Bring to light so it's like
"arnav" Discussed on Aragon Live
"And Johnny meet today's Game Lundy. And CEO Welcome Jim Arnav thanks for having me. Yes of course, welcome Jim Today we'll be discussing how enterprises can adapt evolve that you should a plays in the post, Bananas Era and the Keating Knowledge that enable your team productivity and engagement our listeners might be asking themselves. What did these places Jim? Do you have any inside? Surena Greg question workplaces getting smarter every day especially now when remote work come the new normal, the digital workplace leverage is a suite of new technologies to enable new ways of working higher levels of productivity and increase employee engagement votes, physical, and virtual locations. At totally correct and speaking of which arrogant has recently published is trying to trendy technology are abuser walkways. This a addition features forty eight technology profiles a key focus for twenty twenties. It's automation collaboration leveraging. Managing, the extent of SAS phase applications. Invite Jim. Men this research note, can you give us a quick overview? Absolutely. So the tech are whether you call the tech architecture, we say, Tech, art for short the digital workplace it really reviews and highlight some of the key technologies that enable work output and provide maximum business value..
"arnav" Discussed on Pantheon
"That's right and I have to say there with the. Mojo Nixon sings a tune called Elvis is everywhere. It's a tongue-in-cheek deification of the King Elvis who seemed to pop up all over the place in the eighties and nineties he was in people's Dreams tabloid headlines An impersonator at a wedding or in a television commercial you might remember this is Elvis TV series chasing down his history which was narrated by an Elvis impersonator as if it was Elvis himself speaking, and then what are you know there was elvis buying a slurpee at the seven eleven down the street just a few minutes later. Elvis was a pop culture mythic force documented by buzz seeking journalists and intellectuals alike evidence of the hunger in American culture to meet Gods and angels in dreams and Oracles just like believers would meet the divine long long ago. When I look into your eyes out there Mojo Nixon sang when I look into your faces. You know what I see. I see a little bit of Elvis in each and every one of you out there. Let me tell you well Elvis is everywhere. Today as a force in popular culture as as the baby boomers have aged pop culture itself has become ever more stratified by demographics and John Resin platforms. Elvis is no longer everywhere. But Bob Dylan is. At the decidedly non pop age of seventy nine, which is nearly double Elvis's age at Death Dylan has had the number one pop song in the land with murder most foul. Look to the chatter where the wheels of pop culture turn choose almost any point of view biographical, political, religious, literary, musical, philosophical, or historical, and the chances are that it's being used to explain Bob Dylan and his work hundreds of books, thousands of articles, and at ever expanding universe of list-serve websites, magazines, academic courses, and conferences Sing Dylan's loyal chorus of commentary. Edging towards seventh decade on the Public Stage Dylan continues to waive his baton in every direction urging the chorus onward. Even if we know he's not much for choruses. Dylan's work has repercussions not only for those of US still fascinated by his continuing contribution to popular culture but also for anyone who cares about how popular culture shapes the world. have got my back to the sun because the light is too intense. Dylan sings and sugar baby. I can see what everybody in the world is up against. You can't turn back. You can't come back sometimes we push too far. One day, you'll open up your eyes and you'll see where we are. From more than half a century trying to understand dylan songs has been for many. Like unfolding the criss crossing lines of a map of the entire world. Well. We're going to take a shot at reading those maps particularly in a moment where the world we thought we knew seems like an charted territory. I'm Steven, Daniel Arnav, and this is Bob Dylan about man and God and Law a podcast that tells the story of how Bob Dylan sparked a revolution of spirit and why it matters. To, open up our eyes to the music of Bob Dylan not only see where we really are. But where we need to go. So. Welcome to episode one of Bob Dylan about man and God and Law Salvation to be. On. Not to be. that. Is the question. Now. Long before the unlikely chart topper murder most foul expounded upon a line from Hamlet Taufer strange comfort to a world jolted by Cova nineteen and protests and riots against racism. In the spring of two, thousand, twenty Bob Dylan was searching for salvation in a limousine hurtling across the British countryside. The year was nineteen, sixty five. Dylan and his posse had taken their places in a dreamlike reflection on the silver screen in a scene imagined in Todd Haynes is two thousand, seven film based on Dylan songs and story. The film is called. I'm not there. But let's give this contexts. Context by nineteen, sixty, five dylan had become the most important cultural figure of the twentieth century. This was the period his most concentrated in fierce creative influence in the spin of just fifteen months March nineteen, sixty, five to may nineteen, sixty, six, dylan released three of the greatest rock albums of all time. Bringing it all back home highway sixty, one revisited and blonde on. Blonde. His songwriting and recording were feverishly prolific. He had taken on am vicious publishing and film projects and took part in an exhausting live tours spanning four continents backed by a crew of road warriors who would later become known as the band. The shows on this tour documented in D. A. Penna Bakers pioneering rock doc don't look back included a first set of Solo Acoustic renditions of epic musical dreamscapes that had shattered the mold of songwriting for pop by the Time Dylan, was twenty three. And then a scorching said of angry loud rock intitiated the punks just as those punks were getting their first guitars. In the UK the period that Hanes, his film calls upon vividly there were walkouts heckling and even famous shout of Judas in Manchester as reimagined in I'm not there dylan passes the time on a long ride. The quiet home of a black limo a well-dressed journalist with the patrician accent, stern jaw and diamond cutting stare of a very serious man questions him. As evidenced by penna Baker's film and other footage from the same period, dylan was frenetic, sarcastic confident and very funny as he conjured both the destination and the map for a new age of music celebrity the Rockstar as a seeker of truth and hipster scene maker all at once. This New Paradigm for the possibilities, of Pop, Gurus both confounded and excited the press and Dylan played his role. masterfully, journalists sparred with a scruffy hair chain smoking dylan whose press conferences from San Francisco to Paris became spoken word happenings. A flow of questions ranging from the nature of hygiene on the road to the meaning of life would be asked of rockstars for decades to come. And Bob. Dylan. He was inventing them. How many people who Labor in the same musical vineyard in which you toil how many are protests singers that is people who use their music and use the songs to protest the social state in which we live today the matter of war, the matter of crime or whatever it might be How many? Yes. Are there many? There's about..
"arnav" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast
"Lives affirming them and they really up about risk. Or that he sleeps, they need is very compassionate. Honest counseling. Your people who are. In a desperate trying to be pregnant a late forties early fifties through donor Agai v S, but people are pregnant much older and much more complicated situations than ever before. And ever in ever increasing numbers. And they're the things that that's that's where the wall of problems are sold stillbirths and hypertension destruction. All comes from that triad. Diabetes hypertension events maternal age IBS. Dot sort of mixture. Crates and Metabolic Syndrome CRATES FULL AT GENERAL HIGH RISK Which is why example today despite modern technology was still have one in two, hundred, two, one, three, hundred stillbirth rate in the third trimester despite the fact that the average pregnant woman has three or four ultrasounds. You know. So why is that? Well, the answer is that we still need to improve on our diagnostic Arnav. Screening precision for those conditions and we need to be more more and more aggressive about late preterm delivery to prevent still does I mean you? Pregnant for the first time, a baby forty is definite. Red Flag. No question. But people don't want to believe they're getting older. So there's pain fitness on reproductive agent, but People Reproductive Age E. is a real phenomenon. Won't, sue don't. WanNa by. Dr Kingdom emphasizes that he understands it's hard to reconcile the potential risks of getting pregnant at older ages with the opportunity to have a baby. There are so many reasons for why someone might put off pregnancy including waiting for the right partner pursuing education lack of economic stability or potentially vulnerable housing situations. It's obviously a sensitive topic and one that requires much open and judgment. Free. Discussion. As he lewd to just now even when someone is physically very healthy at an older age, they still have significantly higher risk for complications something that can be very difficult to accept. So all your I. Know You've done this for really long time. Are there any specific stories that do you have the cases in your mind that it just stuck there and? I don't know either a good one or a bad one. So I had recently how to recently how the Turkish refugee who taught. Two pregnancies with abrupt Sion's where she was put under gentlemen aesthetic and has designs woke up both babies are dead. And so you know it's hard to work out exactly what's going on but I mean. That's pretty devastating to have two pregnancies to die babies into Caesarian and came to Canada..
"arnav" Discussed on KGO 810
"And then the breezy kick up that'll bring the temperatures back down into the eighties for the middle of next week. Now back to Franklin on. K. G O eight ten. Infra chip Franklin this afternoon Monday afternoon Tuesday afternoon being with you. I love being with Nikki Nikki medoro. You think of my, I loved it that much could say your name. You would think. Hey, it's a three host moment here on KGB. John rosman. And I were talking about a story at George Washington, high school in San Francisco. And this is a series of murals that are very striking. Well executed murals that have become controversial George Washington. Of course, guess what? The high schools named after George Washington, but these murals have become controversial, and we'll probably probably, according to the San Francisco, weekly be covered up. Well, it so happens that John Rothman is the longtime since nineteen seventy four serving as not just an alumnus of the school. But as president of the alumni association, John, you have some opinions here. Let's get to first of all why are these controversial? What do they show that people are disagreeing with its very important order stand that I do not see any adversary in this, everybody wants the same thing, more or less? Let me explain what I mean by that. Victor arnav. Was employed by the public works administration to paint, the wife of George Washington, and he's a PWA bureau, oh, and this was in thousand nine thirty seven that they were completed, they are a remarkable, and it's not just in the hallway, it's throughout the school. There are various depictions of various scenes. It's absolutely magnificent. They are controversial. And there are two particular panels, which evoked great emotion. The first is a dead Indian. And the reason aren't often I need to explain this as a communist. He did not paint George Washington chopping down cherry tree. He wanted to depict George Washington warts, and all, and so there is a dead Indian pictured because Washington on the policy of the United States was dreadful to first nation people. And he was showing that, yes. Exact- let me ask. I, I have to tell you, there's a second year old at slavery. Yeah. Washington owned slaves, and so aren't off, who was a communist said, I'm going to do this. But I'm going to portray Washington warts and all. These murals have been controversial for years in the late nineteen sixties. There was a huge hue and cry by the black student union who wanted the murals erased a compromise was struck and do a Crump ler who, by the way, will appear on Pat Thurston program at two o'clock on Monday was commissioned as an artist to build to create three new panels. One depicts African Americans and other depicts Hispanics, the other native Americans and everything is integrated into showing how America's injustices need to be overcome doing. We'll be here, by the way, is marvelous man. And so we thought we had overcome the issue of the murals but recently, there are genuinely concerned, parents and students who objected to the fact. that a dead indian and slavery were depicted and so they went to the board of education on the board of education created a committee and i will tell you that only one person on the committee the vice president of our association low pay up voted to preserve the murals but i wanna make crystal clear the alumni association position we understand completely the objections and we believe that the murals are a marvelous learning tool we've used them in the past and in fact there were doses trained to point this out to incoming students now a curriculum needs to be developed which really addresses this and our view is that those who would like to see them urals erased should be invited to participate in preparing explanations whether those explanations are brass plaques whether they are curtains that cover certain objectionable murals whatever the case may be now here's the interesting thing Thing. Back though, because I asked, you aren't off is that the name Victor article. I think you're putting a lot of weight on what his opinion was why he was doing what he was doing. How do we know that biographer? Okay. And his grandchildren who have explained what he wanted to earn wrote about this and discussed this, by the way, you'll find his murals at quite tower as well. This was a man who understood clearly as Diego Rivera did, how you had to use murals to portray injustice. So what we have proposed is that the murals be saved. There are several alternative views of some of them are proposals. The most interesting proposed by San Francisco heritage and their president Mike Buehler, who suggests that we could cover the objectionable mural, but let them be available for people to see so you can learn from. There is also a suggestion than we've talked to several very fine protectionists to figure out why. Whether or not, we can like they do in Disneyland project an image on the mural, which would allow for a substitute. Whether you could still flash back to the old one. We've tried a variety of things that I have to tell you in San Francisco, the overwhelming consensus by the art community, a by the historical community gray Brechin of the new deal project a Mike. Bueller from San Francisco, heritage and from a teachers and students, they don't want to see these I, I don't want to be harsh. But I want you to understand the, the thing that I've said it is better to confront history than a race history. So what now it boils down to is it on Tuesday night. The board of education of seven member board will vote on what to do. I can tell you that the sense is that they will vote at least four for sure, so majority would vote to obliterate the murals. There are a number of reasons why it shouldn't happen. Pressure is building leading San Franciscans are outraged by this. There's a wonderful article by the art editor at the San Francisco Chronicle, this morning's chronicle, but it's coming from left, right. And center, I simply oppose censorship. I have to wonder if this is one of those things where the decision of any governing board would be. But the first step, I can imagine any number of lawsuits. There's no question on the board of education has already said there are sequences environmental protection issues. There's even the Brown act question because the school board, evidently made up its mind before there was any evidence presented. And it was very clear. I was on the air on Tuesday night, when they discussed this, and I couldn't be there, but our vice president low-pay. Yup. Who was on the path Thurston program described this, and I'll tell you what really outraged me we were accused and you can read this in the article in the San Francisco Examiner, those of us who favor preserving the murals recused of being white supremacists. It's in the article, and the people who were there were shocked by that. None of us are white supremacists. What we are, are people who want these murals magnificent murals, which you can see on the Caja website. Pat Thurston, posted them. We want the preserved and used for educational purposes. We've already planned in the fall to have Dewey Crump. And leading advocates from the native Americans humidity, African American unity from the community at large to a day long program at Washington high school for all the students about the meaning of these neural. So the battle now initially is next Tuesday night, will the board of education vote to obliterate history. Let's get some calls on this. I think this is important. We're talking about San Francisco history. We're talking about artistic expression, and we're talking about people whose feelings are genuinely passionate. We have someone who's quoted in San Francisco weekly. This is a lived experience. Her name is Paloma Flora's. She's indigenous. She's the coordinator for the district Indian education program. She says, no one has the right to tell us native people or argues, who walked these halls how they should feel. You're not in those shoes you don't feel what they feel unless you're living it. And adding onto that was Alani traveled chair, who says, everyone seems to be in a rush now to tell the story you've had many, many years to tell now give us a chance to tell. Tell our story there's one point of view, your John's point of view. Let's get you on the phone lines. Four one five eighty eighty eight ten four one five I do want to say we want that point of view point of view has always been expressed and people forget history. That's why do we Crump? Learn was commissioned to do the alternative murals. Point. I wish you guys can see John's face. Now, one of the things I've always loved about Jonah's passion. I want to repeat DUI Crump ler will be on the Pat Thurston program on Monday at two o'clock, and you will hear from the man who really knows the situation. Eighty eight ten four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero and we already have a caller lined up Jomar in Hayward. You are on the air. Hi. I had a question for you. John is other girls. Hitler into russillo. As a matter of fact. Underpin. in the neighborhood no as a matter of fact when you go to jerusalem holocaust education is required there are books and essays that are written on this question there is a museum of hitler there are you know it's an interesting question there are photographs there are copies of his speeches you can hear him speaking there is a host of material but murals were not used in jerusalem for that depiction normally you see it in germany where if you go to the brandenburg gate and you walk just a few steps you will see their holocaust museum which by the way students from all over germany come to see are there holocaust exhibits in the schools you bet whether it was washington i school where i went to school in which is a subject here where survivors of the holocaust Ural of Hitler tomorrow. Let me actually go to, to the point here, and I understand, John is saying that no, there aren't murals there, other depictions tomorrow. Let me ask you this because I think it's key to look at Johns positing that it would be effective to cover the offense parts, the mural to have, you know, plaques to explain why this was depicted, the way it was depicted, tell me what you think about that. I think that African American has slaughtered in in Caucasian. In flavor. I hear you tomorrow. Absolutely made that point. I'm not going to argue my question is what do you think about the solutions that he's proposing? I don't think very much about them at all. So you I'm just curious. You would rather see the murals erased. Right. So unpleasant, the unpleasant facet of history. Whatever it is, should be erased one of the things that I want for my children is not to erase history. But to confront it we, we want depictions of slavery. How else you understand it? We want a depiction of a native American of being killed so that you understand what happened and I think what, what you do by erasing. It is to try to erase history, and I'm opposed to that. Give you one more one more word here. Go ahead. And you know, I mean the only thing. Sensitive in it. You know it's not something that. it's not celebrated that's the whole point it wasn't celebrated the man who did the murals was a communist a man who opposed slavery who wanted the native american tragedy exposed he put them into the mural so that we would have this very discussion and so the students would have the discussion well let me ask you this does your point of view put you on a par with the people who are being depicted who are saying that they're not happy about who don't want it there i understand completely but it's my view and you have to understand i chaired the communitywide holocaust observance here in san francisco for twenty six years i am a jew my family suffered greatly under hitler i wanted and i still want the depictions of what happened in the camps to be portrayed we bring.
Man Dies After Setting Himself on Fire Near White House
"A man who set himself on fire near the White House has died USA radio's Chris. Barnes with the very latest now from Washington DC, the thirty three year old man lit himself on fire on the White House ellipse, a little before twelve thirty pm on Wednesday and died on Wednesday evening at a DC hospital, according to the National Park Service, the service to dente fighting the man as arnav Gupta, he resided in Bethesda, Maryland, not far from the district. Dc police are investigating to try to learn why Gupta, set himself on
"arnav" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay connected. Stay informed. The home of the huskies, KOMO news. On KOMO news. I'm Charlie harder. Airline CEO says he doesn't expect everyone to feel comfortable flying in the seven thirty seven max rideshare drivers want the companies to share their profits. I'm Jeff Pohjola with today's rally at city hall after ABC news. President Trump demanding Mexico do more to stop the wave of Central American migrants trying to get to the US. The president announcing tariffs starting at five percent on all imports from Mexico beginning, June, tenth. Dow futures nosedived after the announcement Burt flick. Jurors managing director of strategic resource group. We indefinitely expect Health Day on Wall Street to cap off one of the worst maze since in stock market history. Mexico's President Mr Trump page and a half long letter declaring he doesn't want confrontation and proposing more dialogue, the tariff move came hours after the president went off on special counsel Muller for not clearing Mr. Trump of structured of justices. The president says he has been word from Washington that arnav Gupta died. He set himself on fire Wednesday on the ellipse near the White House. Washington DC police are now investigating what drove Gupta, self-immolation Richard Cantu. ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven. Go news time nine thirty one at sixty eight degrees. Art Sanders top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center, one airline, CEO says he isn't sure how some passengers will react once the seven thirty seven max is back in service. Komo's Charlie Harger report.
"arnav" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And weather on news ninety three point one. B K. President Trump demanding Mexico do more to stop the wave of Central American migrants. Trying to get to the US. The president announcing tariffs starting at five percent on all imports from Mexico beginning, June tenth Dow futures nosedived after the announcement, Burt flicking jurors managing director of strategic resource group. We can definitely expect tough day on Wall Street to cap off one of the worst maze since in stock market history. Mexico's president sent Mr. Trump a page and a half long letter declaring he doesn't want confrontation and proposing more dialogue, the tariff move came hours after the president went off on special counsel Muller for not clearing Mr. Trump of structure of Justice, as the president says he has been word from Washington that arnav Gupta died. He set himself on fire Wednesday on the ellipse near the White House. Washington DC police are now investigating what drove Gupta, self immolation Richard Cantu. ABC news. Sacramento's number one for breaking news, traffic, and weather radio station, news ninety three point one. F K, I'm meek, and the goal has news, ninety three point one K B K to governor Gavin Newsom is supporting legislation that would authorize the California horse racing board to suspend horse racing licenses to protect the health and safety of horses, and riders Newson believes if the state can regulate horse race meets. We should have the authority to suspend licenses when animal, or human welfare is at risk. The California state Senate has approved legislation that will establish small check requirements for heavy duty diesel trucks in California over the next decade. The Bill will assist in the removal of approximately sixteen hundred tons of harmful particulate matter equivalent to taking three hundred seventy five thousand trucks off the roads in the state, California has one of the largest decreases in initial unemployment claims, according to the Labor Department, nearly twenty two hundred fewer claims were processed more than thirty eight thousand initial claims were filed in the Golden State. State during the week ending may twenty fifth. Nico McGaw is news ninety three point one F, E k now traffic.
"arnav" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Is news ninety six point five. Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic four hours a day. It starts President Trump demanding Mexico, do more to stop the wave of Central American migrants. Trying to get to the US. The president announcing tariffs starting at five percent on all imports from Mexico beginning, June tenth Dow futures nosedived after the announcement, Burt Flickinger is managing director of strategic resource group. We can definitely expect tough day on Wall Street to cap off one of the worst maze since in stock market history. Mexico's president sent Mr. Trump a page and a half long letter declaring he doesn't want confrontation and proposing more dialogue, the tariff move came hours after the president went off on special counsel Muller for not clearing Mr. Trump of structured of justices. The president says he has been word from Washington that arnav Gupta died. He set himself on fire Wednesday on the ellipse near the White House. Washington DC police are now investigating what drove Gupta, self immolation Richard Cantu. ABC news. News seven coordinating, your burgers on the coffee table. If you want eat a bird report, it on a bar full your instincts to be dubs for the new all American cheese, further fresh, juicy fiefs until it's crispy around the edges. Covered a Jewish cheese and stacked to the ceiling with deliciousness knocked up baby Dow with a frosted beer at the bar just like the sports. God's intended. The new all America cheeseburger at Buffalo Wild Wings..
"arnav" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Border announcement. So fantastic. The chicks on the right. The Nike three w IPC mesh up. As you probably heard from the news room. The guy that set himself on fire outside the White House yesterday has died. Thirty-three-year-old guy arnav Gupta. We still don't know what in the world he was what point he was trying to make fire note. There is nothing. We have no idea now he had been reported missing by his family right around the time that he was about to light himself on fire. So it was a few hours after he left home. The family started calling police saying, we're worried about this guy. Our guy we don't know where he is. And then right about that. Same time he is outside the White House setting himself on fire now. And apparently, I read too, that he was wearing some level of fire protection weird because if you want to set yourself on fire do that. Yeah, E feel that's kind of if you wanna set yourself on fire and. You know, you're there with me, so you're do you want to be on fire? He was on fire. He was definitely maybe he was wearing the protective gear so that he could be walking around a little bit longer, which on five did he stood up, right? Bet. And then he was hanging in the hospital. Eighty five percent of his body covered in burns, and then he died, so I don't and now we don't know. I mean, was he what, what was he trying to what message was he trying to deliver with that act? We don't know. Well, we'll never know we'll never know. The Ninety-three WIBC mesh up. The impeachment. They were and they were they have payment, these people Democrats to get us. Not true. Donald trump. Let them play a game. Swampy Schmidt is a divisive issue..
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"Keeping you connected with the latest news. This is talk radio six hundred and wcbMcom. Good morning. I'm Michael Phillip L E in the six eighty WCBS Maryland news center with the news at ten thirty. He Baltimore police department released body, Cam footage of Saturday's may lay at the inner harbor, where six juveniles were arrested the video shows crowds of young people fighting jumping on top of cars. Running between traffic and a man being kicked in the head. Mayor Jang Kyung said this kind of behavior is unacceptable, and I'm making no excuses for it. It's unacceptable Baltimore's. Budget office yesterday estimated dinner ransomware attack. It's hobbled. The city's computer network will cost at least eighteen point two million. The city's network was hit may seven hackers demanding Baltimore pay the equivalent of seventy six thousand dollars in bitcoin, which city leaders, say won't happen wins as high as ninety miles per hour rolling through middle river bullies quarters white Martian Perry hall in a late afternoon storm yesterday. A Baltimore County fire department spokesman reported down trees and wires plus damaged homes from the storm that produced win. Horizontal rain in some hail eighteen year. Baltimore police veteran Michael O'Sullivan suspended with pay after his indictment on perjury misconduct in office charges. He's accused of lying under oath after testifying man. He arrested lash last year had a gun trial set for August. Twenty first a Bethesda man who set himself on fire in a park near the White House has died US police park. Police say Thirty-three-year-old arnav Gupta succumb to his injuries late yesterday in two state troopers were injured in a crash on Maryland's eastern shore yesterday afternoon and heaven, sixty four year old Burnell DEA Gaddis white pulled into the path of instruct the trooper's vehicle on route fifty all three people involved treated at a hospital and released w CBS news time, it's ten thirty one. We'll have a brief look at sports and your Weather Channel forecast is next. What if I told you, there is a way to step into.
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"Wrong? They calling someone else. Get it right. Might be on our humble radio. Broadcasts though. Robert Muller yesterday while we're on their raisin cane. The biblical reference raisin cane. Oh, speaking of raising Ken, there's a fun story out of Washington DC. Well, it's not really fun and involves liberals and death threats and things like that. But nothing particularly unusual, I suppose, it's kind of a dog bites man story at this point, a some, some fun, people, some Americans, we're going to put together. They were putting on a show, you know, like Mickey Rooney, and Judy Garland down at the barn, and they're going gonna put on a show. They're going to rent out a theater, they had a theater lined up in Washington DC, where is that story? I love this during. And they were going to do a play. What kind of a play were they going to do? They were going to do a play where they read the text messages of Peter stroke, you know, Peter stroke and of his girlfriend, Lisa page with whom he was cheating on his wife and the Xerox room down there at the place, the Justice department, and, and it turns out that they had to well, it got a little complicated at that point, because because then funny things happened and I'm going to have to get to that story for you because it's hiding from me right now. It's hiding I don't know why it's hiding but a lot of stories to lots and lots of great stories to get to. We got transgender. It's a transgender woman we're going to need new words for this. I think because we got another trek star the NCAA track championship, this is wonderful stuff, and they've got a girls competing against ya. Young men and, and you'll never guess how it comes out every time it's really kind of remarkable. We used to call it cheating. Now it's open minded. They we used to we used to kick the east Germans out of the Olympics for this sort of thing, and now we have parades and say, hey, I get the girl with the penis over here. I think she'll do real well on the high hurdles gotta look out, though, because the high hurdles especially can be an 'cause kind of, you know, one of those operations without your even asking. Yeah. So many great stories and great, President Trump audio from this morning and. He said, a lot of things he stood and talk to the press for so long that I it's hard to know where to begin I could spend the rest of the show just on that alone. It's, it's something to see. Yes, it is. Let me actually, let me before we get back to President Trump. And we are at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five and two. Robert Muller with his big declaration yesterday in the news media, and the Democrats, but I repeat myself are clamoring for impeachment because they heard a dog whistle somewhere. And there they heard words you have to read between the lines because the words aren't in the lines that you had read, so somewhere, not in the lines, where the words are you will find a secret coded message? Encrypted message from Robert Muller to the news media, and the Democrats that this means that zombies that they are they heard this magic these invisible words, the inaudible words and only they can hear them and they heard Muller calling for impeachment. I will explain that a little more. As we go for it, because we have the audio and then we have the president covering the waterfront, I'm telling you. He's all over this thing. Now before we go. I just since I mentioned this year, I want to I want to mention it further the Washington Examiner. Paul Bavard has the story hoist on his own Bavard this Paul Bernard. Oh, he's a good man. He's a good guy threats of violence cited in DC, theater's cancellation of stroke page movie. Are you familiar with the story? Did you not read the story? It's one of Washington's scandalous affairs made into a staged event. But now it's DC debut has been scratched because of threats of violence, the producers of lovebirds colon undercovers. That's the name of the play. They're putting on a play the story of political texts between FBI figures paid her stroke, and Lisa page said, they need feeder, just inform them of the cancellation the me theater withdrew the event, citing threats of violence said fellow Makhalira I think it's Makhalira isn't it? Macadear also known for his movie about Philadelphia's notorious abortionist doctor, Kermit Gosnell, which was called Gosnell the trial of America's biggest serial killer in a video. Hey, said the theaters sided media reports of security issues if the play. Were done. In his Email to friends. He said the cancellation was aimed at silencing. The story about two F B, I officials who traded worried text about the coming election of Donald Trump. This is an attempt to squash, the content of F B I lovebirds under covers and what it reveals about the anti Trump forces in the government, they knew we're filming the play and planning to release it online. That's why they banned us. They just don't want the truth out there now it gets a little better than this. He the filmmaker Makhalira Saturdays trying to find another venue. And also said that he plans to turn it into a movie for wider distribution. It'll be like my dinner with Andre but it'll be like, in the Xerox room with a stroke and page in the stage event and reading of the emails, stroke is played by dean Cain dean Cain. He played the young superman and he was in vampire slayer, and Lisa page played by Christie's Swanson. This is pretty good stuff. You know, this is not so bad for, for all this kind of stuff, but it's, it's even more fun than that, because here's the thing that the theater now this theater in Washington. They were contacted and said, hi. We've got a play we want to put on, and we're gonna make video multi camera video production of the play. And it's performed by dean Cain and Kristy Swanson and, and what they're going to be doing is, they're going to be reading the text messages of Lisa page. And, and. Peter stroke, FBI people. Right. And then this became public knowledge and immediately the theater started getting threats threats like we need to lock all the doors and set the place on fire. This is what they're saying that they're going to that the threats coming from liberal. See this is Democrats because they're tolerant, and they love the theatre. Everybody knows that they love the theatre. I mean, where do you think we get all these theater, people from you think Harvey Weinstein is a Republican? He's not okay. Thank. Any of these people are? No there. There are. No. And she was, of course. Buffy the vampire slayer that was, you know, kinda hot with the killing vampires in the cart wheels, and all that good stuff. Yeah. And they're getting threats. So they immediately got threats because of threats of violence. The theater said they're canceling thing and people weighing in with nice statements, like we're gonna lock all the doors shut and burn you alive inside. That's what we're going to do. And fell him. Mac layer is calling them cowards and calling this, this is what you get you wanna put on a little show. This is what you get when you Chuck now inherited. Take it the how I'm being repressed. Yes, help help. He's being repressed. And that's the, the left, they don't believe in free speech. They don't believe in at a believe in, in threatening and murdering. The one thing the left to done successfully over the last hundred years is murder more people than any other group of people in the history of the world. They make radical Islam look like the Red Cross. They murdered more people than anybody as number three in the pantheon of mass murderers is the leader of the national socialist German Workers Party. That's Adolf Hitler number one who anybody you in the back. That's right chairman Mao chairman mouse dung old mousy Deng murdered more people than anybody in the history of the world. Number two. Number two ongoing. Joe the Democrats called him uncle Joe in the thirties and forties. Joseph Stalin all Joseph Stalin. Speaking of the Democrats. The story broken. This was shortly after I got off the air yesterday in Washington days, say, disturbing footage emerged of a man setting himself on fire and calmly walking around near the White House. As police desperately tried to douse the flames. They man set himself on fire Wednesday on the ellipse park in downtown Washington. This is a British newspaper. American newspapers are very interested in this story video of the incident showed the man walking calmly crossed the ellipse near the Washington Mall and area popular with tourists with flames covering his buddy, several seconds later. Secret service officers could be seen rushing toward him with fire extinguishers, and putting the man out. They put them out with fire state, and it's pretty horrible. It's like the full Buddhist monk treatment. And we didn't know he's wearing a USA t shirt, I could have bought it from a vendor down there. Moments before the event itself. And then we learned late around last night, or today, the New York Post has the story are of Gupta, man who set himself on fire near White House dies. The man who has set himself on fire near the White House has died of his injuries, thirties, confirmed Thursday arnav Gupta of Bethesda, Maryland. I actually know a Gupta family that lives in well in Montgomery County anyway. Former neighbors of mine are now Gupta. But fez to Maryland erupted into a bright orange fireball on the ellipse, that's colorful, writing tourists of a tourist filled. Fifty two acre public park that sits north of the Washington Monument, it happened around twelve twenty pm on Wednesday. Once the flames were extinguished Gupta was rushed to a local hospital for treatment as you might imagine. But by the evening, he had succumbed to his injuries US park place said in an early morning statement that appears that Gupta had been reporting missing just hours earlier on Wednesday. The Montgomery County police department said in a Facebook post that Gupta was last seen by his family when he left home around nine twenty am I don't know how missing that is that's nine twenty to twelve twenty that's exactly three hours to the minute. I don't think the place respond. Hey, Michael Pierce. He's been missing for two hours. Can you help me find? I don't know. But police say they were concerned for his physical and emotional welfare. I'm guessing that, that was true enough. A terrible horrible. Story and one can only assume that it had something to do with politics, on President Trump is not the first person by the way to set himself on fire. Over President Trump. There was another one in front of the Trump hotel that guy set himself on fire in front of the Trump hotel. When was this within the last year or so, and he didn't do as, as complete a job on this, but as this guy dead. But, but he did man set himself on fire outside Trump hotel in DC, January, seventeenth two thousand seventeen that would be when that would be three days before inauguration day. A man was burned Tuesday night, apparently after setting himself on fire in the street outside the Trump hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, northwest, according to a public safety source knowledgeable of the incident, the source who spoke on the condition of anonymity, because he was not authorized to speak publicly said that arriving rescue personnel found a Forty-five year old man, who had been using a lighter and an accelerator that would be gasoline or lighter floaters something no motivation could be learned, but I have a sneaking suspicion. I know what it was. I'm thinking it was not a Trump voter. What do you think? Maybe Trump voter, not a Trump voter. I'm thinking, probably not a Trump voter. Not. That's what.
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"I'm Kirk darling. Here's what's trending at nine thirty in Washington house. Democrats are reacting to Robert Muller statement from yesterday. Fox's Rachel Sutherland refusal, declare the president of obstruction of Justice leading to louder calls from Democrats to start impeachment proceedings. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says investigations will continue decision to go down this path will be determined by the tax where they take House Judiciary committee chair, Jerry Nadler told reporters nothing is off the table including impeachment special counsel, has clearly demonstrated that President Trump is like Muller has said he has no intention of discussing the report further in Washington, Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, man who set himself on fire near the White House on Wednesday has died at witnesses watched a man set himself on fire and burn while he walked around in flames, the park service. Has identified the man as Thirty-three-year-old arnav Gupta of Bethesda, Maryland. DC police are investigating the incident the NBA finals tip off tonight in Toronto. When the raptors host the Golden State Warriors in game one, the raptors are making their first ever appearance in the finals while the warriors are chasing their fourth championship in the last five years. You're WIBC live market update, fact, we all love video doorbells voice assistance, have changed our lives. We can control our home with a touch indoor and outdoor cameras. Help us keep watch. We went to guard our digital lives and take security with us on the go with.
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"Underwritten by farmer's truck. Fire insurance exchanges and affiliates. Products available in every state all this, your parents were, obviously supportive of Euboea musician than if your dad was he wanted you. That's, that's kind of that's kind of really counter to what you really hear from us issues like that. Maybe sell their parents on it, but your dad wanted this to happen. Forget, like I mean, we were a modest family living in downtown Toronto, two bedroom. Apartment, it was a pretty big family, too. But when I was five as for an electric guitar, and I got one for Christmas, like I mean, yeah, that's supportive self taught. Atop myself a lot. I took a couple of lessons. I didn't like the lessons which is the reason nobody likes lessons because you're learning like twinkle twinkle little star, and you wanna learn how to rock, but the, the, the moment was Elvis Presley, meet my dad loved Elvis. So we watch a lot of Elvis movies together. And then when I was eight I had set I could play and sing blue suede, shoes and teddy bear. And we read a big fat Greek wedding, and my dad's, you wanna get up and play the band's taken break. And I'm like I don't think I wanna do that. There's a lot of people here, you know. And then he talked me into it. He talked to ban into it, and I just want there and played the two songs, and this is before YouTube. So nobody sees an eight year old playing singing this. You're watching this in real life. And you've never seen it before. Everybody was like who the hell is on? And how has he doing this, and that, that moment was the moment for me? It's like I, I wanted to. And ruined my life, too. Because now need oration all the time. Well, and then from there you, did you have a lot of local bands. I mean did you did you do you know where where do you go from there on your career? In terms of interro, would you move out of there? Way down the road. Because I in nineteen ninety was well, let's go before that I was in a battle of the bands. You know, everybody has about the high school when you're fourteen and Gilmore, from triumph was one of the judges and then years down the road. I'm an triumph for your and a half, right? Well, that's that's interesting because you actually made a studio record. So talk about that experience was that was that your first. That was probably the first major thing that you Dave. The major first major tour that I did was Ellen ova ninety ninety ninety one. And that, but we didn't he had he recorded the record with Kenny arnav, and Randy Jackson. Some studio guys. And then he put a band together. So we were in the band,.
"arnav" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Puppeteer? He's not rushing. Guys, come in and help them out. And it's it's it's a really fun ride. It's an aspiring perfect. We haven't seen great puppeteer since he's been to John Malkovich. What was the being John? Yeah. Do you? Remember that movie? I don't need to see it. Maybe later today. Puppeteers arnav fantastic been sleeping on puppets puppeteers in this in. Puppeteers getting made over a queer eye, right? And what what is it about? What is it about this character this puppeteer that really is just tremendous needs to be made over? So he's just he's just an average guy who essentially just needs to be made over his mom, his dad and his potential girlfriend. And. Yes. Hand what are all about? Okay. Let me ask you this. The queer eye team is that are you guys playing the actual queer eye guys with their names and everything or are you just a different variety. Yes. So there are five guys the five guys from the fan five here, and they each have their own songs dedicated to them. Their process and their role is the fan five and how they work with sand. Make him over and making bestself. So great. It's very pithy. It's very punchy. But also like extremely positive at the end of the day. Absolutely. This idea was was yours you birth. The idea it was actually Evans. Evan was working at the Kennedy Center with second city over the summer, and he spent time writing the script devising story, and he had all of the lyrics set and brought me on to help shape the music of it. And so we spent a lot of time really discussing the map of how do we wanna tell us as a true musical? But also give each of these characters voice through a certain style of music. How can we transform that throughout the show to make you feel like it's a true musical? Not just like, I'm all of a sudden gonna sitting about feelings like Rogers and Hammerstein did that fifty years ago. You have to tell any story now. So does each character have their own style of music genre. Chasse literally killed it. When developing a musical personality for every person and their songs individually. Just it's it's incredible. Everybody has to come and see fun. You write the music. Wow. Nyongo there's club bangers. Yeah. Drag music. Hits the gambit of everything you would hope for love it. People people don't realize these downing level of creativity in the theater community in Chicago. And and how how diverse and vibrant, it is shows shows like queer either musical is just one just recently went to see the book of Merman. Mike, mike. So. Brilliant and whole areas and all original music. So how'd you written music before for musicals before sort of? Yeah, it's been a really big year for me. I actually just had my like serious musical read at the Chicago musical theater festival. I wrote folk musical with Laura Stratford called the bone harp. But I've been wanting to write musicals for about five years now. And so it all came to fruition I had both drama and comedy happening. Within about a month of each other. Smartest wants to say is this the follow up from bone harp. I'm not gonna do it. I refuse to do it. So the jury will disregard it. Okay. So we we should let people know, by the way. It opened March fourteenth. It's running out to the thirtieth. And then it pauses you come back on April eleventh and run to the twenty seventh doesn't give people a lot of opportunities you need to get off their butts. Yeah. Tickets you can go to playground. Feeder dot com. And if you wanna go. There's there's some mazing things some great shows that are always happening at playground. But so I would recommend people just go to playgrounds theater dot com. But if you want to go specifically to this playground theater dot com slash team slash queer eye musical parody. And you can always you can also check them out on Facebook at queer eye musical. You're you're on Instagram aquarium musical and right now on Instagram. Musical parody pretty much anyway everywhere. Yeah. Fun. So so what was the challenge for you guys in? In making making. I think finding a way to it's such a great show and interesting show, but not just copying the TV show making it something unique something important. And I think we really found that balance where everyone is is doing these characters that everybody loves and enjoys watching, but it's finding their own voice through it. And not just not just being a TV show. Right, right. I only know it watching it off in the distance. My wife was watching. But I remember things that they talked about on how to shave properly. Teaching proper. So there's. There's a lot that can go wrong with a straight, man. How did you narrow it down? My wife. My wife Testa statement. I don't know if I could. My composure time. Why married her? Honestly, just just Evans script for this is so good. And and he he wrote the book for it. His his lyrics are just absolutely to the point on exactly the work. That's going to get done. You know, exactly what you're getting into from the beginning. All the way to the end nothing really like there. There are some surprises. But nothing like directly throws you for a loop that it's just such an airtight script. And because this is our workshop production where we're every day trying really hard to make sure that we everything lands. And if it's not landing we work on the cast is so fantastic. And all of them are trained improvisers. This is not one of those plays. Sometimes in long runs, a cast has updates and down this this seems like something first of all it seems like so much fun that you're not gonna have a down day. But you gotta be on it. It.
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"Social and racial Justice in the United States of America. That's what this agenda is all about because climate change climate change in our environmental challenges are one of the biggest existential threats to our way of life. Congress member Alexandra a Paseo Cortes and Senator Ed Markey introduced the green new deal to combat the climate crisis. With a sweeping plan for a national mobilization to phase out fossil fuels, we'll speak with journalists Kate arnav then in a major victory for reproductive rights. The supreme court has temporarily blocked a restricted Louisiana anti-choice law from going into effect just days after Trump attacked abortion legislation in New York and Virginia in his state of the union address to defend the dignity of every person. I am asking congress to pass legislation to prohibit the late term abortion of children. Modin? We'll speak with planned Parenthood's new precedent doctrine Leana wen then to the ongoing crisis of family separation at the border after officials at a congressional hearing Thursday did not dispute there may be thousands more missing kids who were separated from their parents than originally reported. We'll speak with the us legal all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy.