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Fresh update on "baker" discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

01:53 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baker" discussed on Woman's Hour

"In the face of debate over racial discrimination in the country or bolster France's model of integration. Or do you make of that narrative? Sure. I mean, there were loads of debates at the moment in the press on social media, saying that she is playing the role of the good migrants, so to speak. As part of the publican assimilationism. So she allows France to present them itself as a successful multiracial society. But in spite of all these debates, many of which are valid, it must take away from the fact that Joaquin baker is this huge star. She was a feminist icon, the first black performer to be honored in this way. And I think we mustn't obscure that achievement in spite of the fact that there are some kind of tensions there. Yes, well, I was also just going to remind you that the fact that I interviewed Christian jumbo, the actor, recently, she wrote and starred in her own one woman play, based on Josephine. And, you know, despite the fact that she did pass away more than 40 years ago, you know, people find a lot in her story still, don't they? Oh, absolutely. And even in the world of performance, I'm thinking of the likes of Grace Jones, Tina Turner, Beyoncé. Even Lady Gaga, they all were very much. You see hints of those feeling baker in their kind of stage presence, even in terms of Joyce being bakers put on stage presence in the latter part of her career. She kind of reminds me of australi bassi. So she really did inspire so many performers of across borders people can look her up, they can watch they can hear they can see what is out there. What's archived? Lovely to be able to talk to you today on a historic day, as you say, which, of course, there's debate. There always is, when is there not, but not to be obscured about the momentousness of the commemoration? Because Josephine Baker today is going to be the first black woman to be immortalized in the Pantheon mausoleum in Paris and you were just listening there to the research fellow at Trinity College, Cambridge, agile also, who study area does include Josephine Baker and also Afro Latin women modernists. Thank you so much for so many messages today. I have to say with regards to our bodies and women and as it was just described by a Joe there, the tight rope that we walk and many of us feel we walk and say, huge divides on this with regards to where you come out on it. One message here just with regards to some of the criticism that Emily has faced because of writing this book and putting it out there while still posting bikini shots does when a bikini line on Instagram or certainly posting those sorts of images, a message here that says aren't we just buying into the patriarchy if we curtail the bikini shots? Why shouldn't Emily, where a bikini and bisexual, she's right? None of our choices are in isolation. It's complicated, no name on that message. But I think in that, you sort of summarize where some people feel this huge ambiguity and a lot of debate to be had. A woman's eyewear is where we have it. That's all for today's woman's thank you so much for your time. Join us again for the next one. Hello, I'm professor Steven pinker. We all want a reason more clearly and to make better choices about everything from life and love to medicine and money..

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Fresh update on "baker" discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

00:32 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baker" discussed on Woman's Hour

"Who told her mom, they are uniforms of art. I could just keep that playing, yeah. It would be gorgeous, wouldn't it? Welcome to the program. Let's start with a bit of background on Josephine Baker for our listeners who may not know a lot about. So who was she and where did she grow up? So do you think baker was from St. Louis in the states? She was born in 1906 born very poor with the opportunities she in fact worked as a maid. She did go on to be a cool girl in the states. She had some success there. But her experience was, of course, blighted by Jim Crow, Jim Crow regime, which was essentially a regime that talked black people to think of themselves as inferior to whites. So she came to realize that she'd reached her full potential that she could in the states, and it was in 1925 that she set sail for Paris. And this was the time when the city was in the midst of a cultural movement called negrophilia. So all things black were considered fashionable and chic and central and creative. So Jason baker was able to capitalize on this particular cultural movement. And so she was loved here. You know, in kind of in contrast to in the states where she was very much a victim of prejudice and Paris, she became this kind of ebony goddess she performed on stage in 1925 in a show called la reve and she famously performed in wearing nothing better pink flamingo feather. So she was quite the charmer really exciting figure. And quite opportunistic coming out of we were talking in the show about is kind of tight rope that the women have to walk when it comes to performing your sexuality and femininity. And with basically being baker, she was quite opportunistic, so she the opportunity to be viewed as this sort of exotic creature from far away. But I think she did so in a way that was kind of playful. And she was certainly empowered in her performances. It's a fascinating line and tightrope that runs right through and how it's changed we could. We could spend a lot more time on, but I wanted to just keep with her life because what she packs in was fascinating. And I mentioned that her role during World War II. Oh, wow, gosh, yes. So she was more than just this dancing nude figure on stage. She actually worked as a spy for the French resistance. So she would charm Nazi generals and she would charm diplomats into sharing secret information about where Germans sold us were, and she would scribble it down on sheet music using invisible ink. And then she would pin it to her knickers and smuggle to cross borders so we might yeah, she was quite remarkable. So, you know, we had remembrance the remembrance day this month and so we do think about those who have contributed to the war effort..

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Fresh update on "baker" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:37 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baker" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Fight to realize them. And interestingly, Prince Charles acknowledging the new beginning for Barbados and acknowledging the dark where he called the darkest days of our past and the appalling atrocity of slavery, which forever stains our history, people of this island forge their path with extraordinary fortitude. And some amazing photographs coming out of there, just to lovely, lovely pictures in the press of these celebrations. Now, Josephine Baker. Yes, now I've got to say I think this is my favorite story of the day. And so in today, in Paris, there's going to be a massive ceremony at the porn film, which is where they are all the great heroes of the French Republic. There's going to be 2000 guests. Josephine Baker is going to be the first black woman ever to be honored. And actually, only the 6th woman in French history to be to be placed in the Pontiac which I find quite astonishing. And of course, most people know Josephine Baker, if at all, as a sort of cabaret artist, a famous in the 20s, famous for dancing the Charleston. But the reason that she is being honored is partly her amazing, absolutely amazing wartime career. So she became a French citizen and a figure who has everything you wanted to know about Josephine Baker. And she became a French citizen in 1937, she was born American, of course. And she was married to a Jewish man, and then come the start of the war. She offered herself to become a spy. So she'd be went from being a cabaret star to being a spy. And because she was so famous, she was able to travel in and out of wartime France. And she was able to travel into Spain. She had secret messages written in invisible ink on her music script. She hid the other messages in her underwear. And nobody stopped her because she was Josephine Baker is that she was famous. And so she was honored, and she was spent time during the war in North Africa as well. Received people from death in the camps. And she was honored immediately after the war, and now she is being honored by being placed in the Pontiac. Apparently, her family didn't want her actual remains to be put in Paris. They wanted them to stay in Monaco where she lived. So they're going to bury earth from places around the world where she lived so from her castle in France from her hometown in America and from where she was buried in Monaco. And I also didn't realize that she, after the war she adopted 12 children, so from around the world from around the world. So yeah, this is just a really interesting way of France celebrating somebody who, you know, who was French by naturalization and he just sort of contributed so much in so many different ways to the life of France. Yeah, there's a lot of long reads out there about exactly what she didn't absolutely fascinating. I would point listeners towards that Terry. Thanks very much, indeed. That was terrific. And this.

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Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

AP News Radio

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Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

"Detroit Lions will head into the annual thanksgiving game winless as they lost again to the Cleveland Browns thirteen ten the branch remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race by taking advantage of lance quarterback Tim Boyle made his first NFL start world best for just seventy seven yards with two interceptions against an aggressive Cleveland defense led by Myles Garrett Jarvis Landry rented the rex now for sixteen yards to the Browns first touchdown early in the second quarter Nick Chubb then scored on a five yard pass from Baker Mayfield later in the quarter for thirteen nothing lead Detroit is now oh nine and one I'm John Merriam

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Jones tosses 3 TDs, Mayfield hurt as Pats beat Browns 45-7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jones tosses 3 TDs, Mayfield hurt as Pats beat Browns 45-7

"Mac Jones first career game with three touchdown passes helped lead the patriots in a forty five to seven route of the Browns the rookie Jones through four hundred ninety eight yards and tossed two of his three TD passes to tight end hunter Henry from Andre Stevenson rushed for a career high one hundred yards and two touchdowns as the patriots won their fourth straight game to improve to six and four Cleveland lost starting quarterback Baker Mayfield to a right knee contusion in the third quarter Mayfield finished with a career low seventy three yards passing one TD and a pick for the five and five Browns guessing Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts

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Browns close chaotic week by dumping Burrow, Bengals 41-16

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Browns close chaotic week by dumping Burrow, Bengals 41-16

"Denzel ward's early ninety nine yard interception return for a touchdown ignited the Browns forty one sixteen pounding the Bengals as a great team defense guys get pressure on the quarterback of borough he end up gonna ball out I was able to step in front of it and I'll go the other way with a team is a great job blocking and give me incidents on Baker Mayfield threw for two scores in Nick Chubb ran for one hundred thirty seven yards as Cleveland racked up the same point total it mustard in its three previous games combined may feel connected with Donovan peoples Jones on a sixty yard TD pass in the first half and an eighteen yarder to David and Joe coup in the fourth Joe burrow was twenty eight of forty for two hundred eighty two yards and two picks in the Bengals second straight loss it's a blowout win at Baltimore both teams are fighting for I'm Dave Ferrie

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Kaulbach Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he sought alternative treatments instead of the NFL endorsed covert nineteen vaccinations Rogers told SiriusXM's Pat McAfee show Friday that he opted against the two main FDA approved shots because he is allergic to an unspecified ingredient the reigning NFL MVP learned he had tested positive for Colbert nineteen on Wednesday and will be away from the team for ten days including missing Sunday's game at Kansas city the Browns are cutting ties with former all pro wide receiver Odell Beckham junior Cleveland announced Friday it planned to grant the disgruntled twenty nine year old former first round pick his release after a tumultuous two and a half seasons dusty Baker is returning to manage the Astros for a third season after agreeing to a one year contract the seventy two year old Baker became the first manager in major league history to lead five different teams to the postseason as Houston fell to the Atlanta Braves in six games in this year's World Series yes in Coolbaugh AP sports

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"baker" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

09:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"baker" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Am here with rosebud baker. Do you like to be called Rosie rosebud? Rosebud, Rosie, those are the most common. Yeah. Yeah. Those are the two common ones. I just watched your Comedy Central. Comedy Central on YouTube. Yeah. Yeah, called whisky fists and really funny, man. You thank you. He really pushed the boundaries I imagined. There are people that are upset with some of the things that you say or talk about, but you know, it's nice seeing comedy that is personal. Personal and unapologetic. Yeah, I also like how you you talk about personal stuff. I was like, oh, this person has definitely been to therapy. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, it would be insane for me to talk about those things if I hadn't. If I was going to the audience for help. Where were you raised? I was raised outside of D.C., Northern Virginia, that area. The whole nova area. Which nova. Nova's Northern Virginia. That's actually a very specific nova phrase. I forget that. I read somewhere that that's the largest concentration of wealth in the United States. That makes sense, yeah, yeah. A lot of very, very wealthy neighborhood, wealthy family. A lot of money. You're a grandfather is James baker. Is he still around? He's still around, yeah. Yeah. Not for younger listeners or people who aren't political, he was for, I don't know, 15, 20 years, the de facto attempting broker of peace in the Middle East. He broker the Oslo Accords? I don't know. That was like the only Middle East temporary success brokerage. Yeah. I mean, it's been I've had, it's funny, you know, when I say, do you know who my grandfather is? Part of me is really asking. You know, like I'm not just tell me about it. I'm like, no, please, tell me, 'cause I can't understand. I can't understand really his job. I understand people more from an emotional perspective. There was a book written about him by Peter baker called the man who ran Washington that I just bought and I was like, I didn't even think that they would send it to me as a gift, but they did. But I bought it because I was very curious about his childhood. And I'm becoming more curious about my what generational trauma is and what that how it gets passed down. And so reading that book really helped me understand a lot about myself. Yeah, you talked in your special about your dad being unavailable. Was it emotionally or physically or both? More emotionally and politics or is he in politics? He's not. He's a lawyer, so he was a little bit physically unavailable as well, but it was really more of work related. He was always at work and he was always traveling for work. And my dad is even now he is, he does his best, you know? That's sort of where I've landed with it. He does his best, but he is not an emotional. I think he is an emotional man. But he doesn't know how to express it. Yeah. When was he born? I don't know. He's like 65 now, so. So yeah, he was he came of age, probably in the early 60s. So yeah. Yeah, that generations. It's kind of hit and miss with in terms of being in touch with kind of emotionally what's going on with them. But I think for a lot of people that are workaholics, it keeps them from ever really doing any kind of inner reflection. Yeah. Very much so. And I definitely see a little bit of that myself too. You are a sober person. You've been sober 13 years? I've been sober for yeah, 13 years and 14 years in September. Well, actually, this week, yeah, this week. Oh, wow. Yeah. At the happy birthday in advance. Thank you. Get to that in a little bit, but I would love to talk about your childhood, any kind of snapshots that you think are emblematic of what it was like. Being you either the world around you or your perception of the world around you and yourself anything come to mind? Yeah. It's so funny when people go your childhood. Anything come to mind? It's like some people it's a blank. Yeah, a lot of my childhood is a blank. But I do remember the feeling very, very early on that I didn't really fit in the world that I existed in. As I said, I grew up in a very wealthy part of the country, I had a very wealthy family, my dad, when I was born they weren't wealthy. But as I grew up, my dad became more and more successful and as a lawyer and my mom who is a painter and an artist, she sort of stopped doing what she does and I and she just had kids. She just and my mom was pregnant, literally from the time I was born until I was ten. And 5 girls. 5 girls. Yeah. And I knew that my grandfather was important. Because of how people talked about him. And because as I grew up, I understood the concept of The White House and what that meant. But there was like an obsession with him that I didn't really understand and wasn't really on whose part just people. My dad's side of the family. Gotcha. And looking for his approval? Yes. Finding validation through being related to him. Yeah. And so, I mean, I can't speak on I can't say that they were definitely doing that, but that's what I felt from it. And that could have been a little bit of judgment on my part. But yeah, I think it just didn't make sense to me why being proud of another person's job didn't make sense to me. Cognitively just didn't land. And, you know, I remember going to The White House as a kid and feeling like, I hated going there because it was my parents were freaking out the whole time about stand over here and do that. You know, and say mister president and say, and which president were you meeting? Bush senior. And I remember The White House to me, I remember walking into The White House and being like, wait, so this is a rental? Like I didn't under the concept of the concept that the president didn't own the house that he lived in. Comes with the first. It was like, what? And so that, to me, was underwhelming. Right. It's such a rich kid observation. Right. But it was so funny to me. Looking back at my interpretations of that world. And I and also I just was a really, really sensitive kid. Very sensitive in the sense I didn't make sense to me why I felt everything so deeply and why everything bothered me so much and why I used to cry to my mom at night, being like, what's wrong with me? And her telling me like you're just sensitive and there's nothing wrong with that. But I felt intuitively like there was because it because it wasn't like welcomed. And I was always crying. You didn't see it around you. And I didn't see it around me. Yeah, I saw it in my mother. But my mother was really in survival mode. I think for a lot of my childhood, where she was always pregnant with the next one and that puts you in a state of mind where you're obviously sensitive, but in this sort of protector survival mode where it's like the family has to stay peaceful for her to feel safe, bringing someone else into it, you know? So there was a lot of pressure to get along with my siblings..

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Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"The Astros are still alive in the World Series Houston overcame a four run first inning deficit to defeat Atlanta nine to five the Braves still lead the series three games to two Adam duvall had a grand slam home run to put the Braves on top early but Houston chipped away finally taking the lead with a three run outburst in the fifth Houston manager dusty Baker said these guys are together they've been through you know many of these battles and so you know they don't know how to quit and they're always looking for them and is there an opening and and fortunately tonight you know we took advantage of some the Braves previously invincible pitching gave up twelve hits to the Astros Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel had three each Martine Maldonado drove in three runs on a single walk and sacrifice Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Big Ben, Steelers survive Halloween scare, beat Browns 15-10

AP News Radio

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Big Ben, Steelers survive Halloween scare, beat Browns 15-10

"The Steelers pulled out a fifteen ten win at Cleveland despite playing the entire second half without kicker Chris Boswell because of a concussion suffered on a fake field goal Pat fryer move made a nifty catch in the corner of the end zone to put the Steelers ahead fifteen ten with eleven oh four left Ben Roethlisberger had one hundred ninety three of his two hundred sixty six passing yards in the second half and improved to twenty for three in one and start to get survival Browns don't ever ever take a win against these guys in the city stadium for granted ever because it's just it's always hard for some specialty Ernest Johnson scored on a ten yard run in the third quarter the only TD allowed by the five and three Steelers Baker Mayfield was twenty of thirty one for two hundred twenty five yards and no interceptions for the foreign for Browns I'm Dave Ferrie

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Resurgent Valdez 'amazing' in Astros' Game 5 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Resurgent Valdez 'amazing' in Astros' Game 5 win

"Your done Alvarez and framer Valdez teamed up to move the Astros one win away from the World Series after a nine to one game five win over the red Sox Alvarez had a first inning solo Homer and added a two run double in the Astros five run sixth inning Houston starter Valdez tossed eight innings of one run three hit ball with five strikeouts Astros manager dusty Baker says his team's game five fate was in good hands you know all the answers for amber and it really in the hands of Alvarez you know the entire body else contributed Rafael Devers had a solo Homer in the seventh for the red Sox after starter Chris sale allowed four runs and struck out seven in five and a third innings Gethin

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 Browns' Mayfield out with shoulder injury, Keenum starting

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last month

Browns' Mayfield out with shoulder injury, Keenum starting

"Their top quarterback under center this weekend but the Browns will be without theirs on Thursday Baker Mayfield will sit out Cleveland's game against the Broncos with a painful left shoulder injury Mayfield suffered the injury last month that continues to be bothered by it case Keenum will start on Thursday the Niners are optimistic Jimmy grapple complaint against the colts on Sunday night after missing the previous game his backup won't be Trey lance who sprained his left knee while filling in for Karabo I'm the ferry

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 Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

"Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the cardinals game Sunday at Cleveland Kyler Murray in Baker Mayfield former teammates at the university of Oklahoma will face off with the five no Arizona Cardinals played the Cleveland Browns on Sunday but the cardinals be without coach Kliff Kingsbury quarterbacks coach Kim Turner or defensive tackle Zach Allen after they tested positive for code nineteen star linebacker Chandler Jones is also out he was put on the reserve Kobe ninety list on Tuesday Kingsbury who said that the team has been one hundred percent vaccinated for quite awhile did his usual Friday morning media availability at the team's practice facility several hours before the news came that he tested positive Arizona's defense coordinator Vance Joseph and assistant head coach and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split coaching responsibilities for Arizona I'm

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Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

AP News Radio

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Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

"The Astros and red Sox are meeting in the A. L. C. S. for the first time since two thousand eighteen the last time Boston won the World Series Houston has home field advantage for this series thanks to the Bo Sox four game win over the top seeded race in the division series Houston manager dusty Baker is glad his team is home for the first two games of the last week of the season yes to know how important I was going to be up for this home field advantage I know everybody was was probably you know pick and Tampa Chris sale starts game one for the red Sox with nature of all the slated to go Saturday former Valdez gets the ball for the Astros on Friday before Luis Garcia opposes of all the the Astros won the season series five two I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

"A work by British street artist Banksy sold for a record twenty five million dollars at auction in London something happened after what is now called love is in the band sold in twenty eighteen for the first time for just one point four million dollars the how much came down and all of a sudden we had this beeping noise it wasn't Sotheby's along through or like what's going on M. a Baker at Sotheby's says auctioneers were out of their seats their hands were over there miles looked over in the the picture has sort of look like in full and half out of the frame and it wasn't until a bit later that we realized that it had to be shredded it's a half shredded canvas and ornate frame bearing a spray painted image of a girl reaching for a heart shaped red balloon the

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 Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Shredded Banksy artwork sells for $25.4 million at auction

"A work by British street artist Banksy that sold for one point four million dollars in twenty eighteen could make several times that price at an auction today something happened after what is now called love is in the band sold for the first time the how much came down and all of a sudden we had this beeping noise it wasn't Sotheby's along through or like what's going on I'm a Baker itself to be says auctioneers were out of their seats their hands over their mouths looked over in the the picture has sort of look like you'd fold in half out of the frame and it wasn't until a bit later that we realized that it had to be shredded it's a half shredded campus in an ornate frame bearing a spray painted image of a girl reaching for a heart shaped red balloon this Banksy could sell for as much as eight million dollars if you're looking at in the grand scheme of high prices for Banksy in the last three years it's still looking okay looks

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Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Chicago fan uses prosthetic leg to catch baseball tossed into stands at Sox game

"Game for the AL division series between the white Sox and visiting Astros was pushed back to Tuesday Carlos for Donna still scheduled to start for Chicago on Tuesday with game one starter lance Lynn available out of the bullpen Astros manager dusty Baker will go with lance McCullers instead of Jose or Katie the big topic at the ballpark Monday was accusations from white Sox reliever Ryan Tepera who said the Astros were stealing signs during the first two games of the series in Houston Baker didn't seem bothered by to Paris charge most listened to Eric Clapton this morning and

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Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns

"Justin Herbert accounted for five touchdowns in the Chargers forty seven forty two win over the Browns Herbert passed for four scores and ran for another it didn't go the way we thought it was going to today we didn't X. imagine to put up forty seven points like that but sometimes it's that type how you have to win games in the NFL the game saw four lead changes in the fourth quarter when the teams combined for forty one points Austin Ekeler made the go ahead score on a three yard run with ninety one seconds remaining his third touchdown of the game Cleveland's Baker Mayfield had a pair of touchdown throws and Kareem hunt rushed for two more mark Myers Inglewood California

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Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:34 min | Last month

Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan

"And I want to get this in before the end of the program From our Friends at the daily wire Emily zanotti Dozens of California school children are still trapped in Afghanistan And the Biden State Department is mom At least 41 elementary school students from the San Juan unified school district remained trapped in Afghanistan the Sacramento bee reported And getting them out as proving an impossible task Though representative Daryl Issa Republican California says it is continually pressing the Biden administration and their State Department at apartment of Homeland Security to assist in their rescue 41 schoolchildren San Juan unified school district officials last week said 41 students were trapped in Afghanistan a sharp increase from the two dozen or so the district of previously identified The 41 kids three were evacuated over the weekend from the war torn country but remain overseas Sacramento said a unified officials last week said 8 students are straining in Afghanistan initially they identified just one family who the bee interviewed attendance records at the school has progressed showed more students were missing in staff trace their whereabouts to Afghanistan Officials of baker elementary school in the San Juan district say they're trying to cobble together a rescue mission As our officials are nearby sacrament why the hell is it the FBI involved in this Why is the hell isn't the Department of Justice involved in this They're worried about students

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In Stefanski's return, Browns defense dominates Vikings 14-7

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

In Stefanski's return, Browns defense dominates Vikings 14-7

"The Browns defense led a fourteen seven win over the Vikings leaving Cleveland with the three and one record Minnesota didn't score after Kirk cousins hit Justin Jefferson for a touchdown pass to cap a commanding opening drive cousins threw his first interception of the season is Grady Williams picked him off Nick Chubb had twenty one carries for one hundred yards and Kareem hunt ran fourteen times for sixty nine yards and a touchdown chase McLaughlin made two key field goals to help offset a rocky game for Baker Mayfield who was fifteen of thirty three for one hundred fifty five yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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"baker" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas

I am Northwest Arkansas

06:11 min | 2 months ago

"baker" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas

"Who otherwise, their voices were totally unheard. Sure, and these are people that are in your community. You're supporting. These aren't people. They're not, you know, they mar is not importing these people from other parts of the country. They are from northwest Arkansas. And when you look at the numbers, it's quite frightening to see how people are how we're not doing more. This is a growing population. It could be some people say, well, it's just normal people are being diagnosed, but it's beyond that one. It's a growing population is for simple right now. We have a huge labor shortage, right? Right. And then we have here a growing population that in Arkansas is close to maybe over 23,000 people. Yeah. Totally unemployed. That could be working for you. Sure. And I have to say, with COVID and everything else, I had never heard a label shortage situation in my bakery. Never. Because these kids, they're dying to come to work. They're almost crying when they can not come. So that you can see that you have a lawyer base here, just waiting for someone to give them an opportunity that's all. Yeah. So I mean, if somebody's listening to this, maybe I'm a parent that has a child a young adult that's on the autism spectrum. Do you have capacity to hire some more people or are you at your limits right now? I would say most of the limit that we have is really driven by the business. Sure. I don't have revenue to continue producing more than what we're currently doing. Yes, we could add more days production day. Unfortunately, the business is not there. And we are not getting enough donations or grants to be able to subsidize a difference. So I wish I could say yes, bring him over or bring him over because we can take it? That's not the case. So that's something that maybe the community can do a little more is by helping us grow in the business or helping us get in more financial support. We can open more production day so that we can train more individuals and potentially we can help them get jobs in other places. Yeah, because currently you're four days a week, is that it? Right. And so just for clarification purposes because of the way that you said that remind me is rock and baker is in a nonprofit or is it for profit? It is a nonprofit about this asan nonprofit business if you think about it, but also we have a benefit corporation side. And after one that if we leave run in the bakery and is the one that is provided employment in all of the other one paying the taxes and everything like that. And then we have the nonprofit side that really didn't want the management academy per se. So if you can think about rocking baker as a benefit corporation is subsidized or has been subsidizing running the training program. Yeah, no, I understand that. But if somebody listening to this said, man, I love what they are doing. I want to be able to give her a donation so that she would have more capacity to hire more people you can take that donation. And you know, when COVID hit our area, I didn't want the cadet to stay at home because they needed to stay busy. And that's when I decided to say, we have huge oven. The community is needing food. There is a huge food insecurity in northwest Arkansas. And I said, well, I just going to go out to the community to ask for financial support. And that's what we did. We began producing and shifted the production a 100% to be donated to the food bank company schools. And that's all what we did. All the restaurants were closed. We didn't have any revenue coming in. Sure. But the cost was still there. You still have to pay the rent. You have still have to pay power you have to pay everything, right? Right. So we said, what about who's just doing a different way? They continue being paid. They are continuing hard, but then they have a different purpose. Now everything that they produce, it is going to be helping the members of our community. And we did that one for a couple of months, and then when restaurant began opening up, that's when we decided to balance the donation with the commercial side. Sure. Unfortunately, you know, it was such a tough year 2020 that most of the donors were so generous that they put their heart into last year. A little less is happening to 21 and I had to make the right you know, I don't know, it's the right choice, but it was a very tough decision for me. I have to pass the donation program, because we didn't have the financial support to keep doing it. And I have to and I have to stay focused on hiring and training the cadets and I couldn't keep doing more. I understand. I understand, that's fine. Yeah, and it might be good for people to know so that when the opportunity does present itself again that people can check it out and give to rock and baker into what you're doing. So what's the website address? It is very easy. WWW rocking baker are IN baker BAR dot org. Dot org right. And the funny thing that's so meta about this when I met demara's husband, his last name is baker. Baker. It is his fault that it was prophetic that this was bound to happen to you at some point in time that you were going to become a baker, both in name as well as in practice. Yes, yes. I think that's really funny, but well thank you so much, demara for coming on the I am not for Arkansas podcast. You know, we need to figure out some kind of branded IM northwest Arkansas bread that people can come get. But I definitely want to encourage anybody listening to this, go check out rock and baker, all the information will be on the show notes, go visit them, tell them that you heard about them if this is your first time or maybe you listening to demar today says it reminds you of oh, I heard about this bakery. I want you to go in there and get some bread, support these guys support what they're doing in the mission that demar has put together over the last 5 years and let them know if you've just hearing about it now for the first time. Let them know that you heard about it here first on the IM northwest Arkansas podcast. And I'm sure demar will take good care of you. Thank you so much. Yeah, absolutely absolutely. Well, folks, there you have it. Another episode of the I am northwest Arkansas podcast to learn more about us or to read or download the show notes from today's episode visit, I am.

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"baker" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas

I am Northwest Arkansas

07:30 min | 2 months ago

"baker" Discussed on I am Northwest Arkansas

"Back there. Let me connect those two people and get and talk. Yeah. Yeah, and I mean, I'm not suggesting that northwest Arkansas has cornered the market on relationships. But I just feel like I honestly did not know anybody here, except for the person that introduced you to me. And that's mark's wag and now this fast forward 7 years. I know everybody, and it's a lot of it is because of this podcast, of course, and all other things that I'm doing, but I've just kind of leveraged one relationship and others and I've become friends of people that have reached out to me. So I'm kind of paying it forward myself and making those connections. Somebody called me a connector the other day. And I didn't think of myself as that, but maybe I am. Maybe I do have that ability to kind of connect people together because you just never know what's going to happen. I think that's important. And I think as we get older because neither of us are spring chickens, right? We want to make the most of our time that's left here on this planet. And so I think that's really important. Talk a little bit about how you decided to go after or you know, because we hear this talk nowadays about young people when they leave high school, you know, they don't really have an idea of what they want to do, there's a whole movement for upskilling so that these kids are developing a skill set that they'll have. They can actually do something. But talk about what was the desire? Was that actually part of the dream, the autism thing was part of the dream? Or was it just helping people that might be somewhat disadvantaged for one reason or another? When I began with the bakery, the fundamental was always, helping someone to move forward. Right. Originally, I was really focused on women out of the gel system. Okay. Because I felt that after they get out, almost all the doors are closed for them. And it's almost like a we as a society are kind of forcing them to go back because they don't have anywhere to go. They can not find a job. They can not, because they don't have a job, then they can not find a place to rent, and it's that by society that they're facing that they are kind of almost forced back to go and what I did is I began helping these women and it was right away some women came almost over the next day that I went out to me. It didn't mean that maybe the bakery order that kind of professional life was set for them. But it was more about having a place of employment that they could have in the resume and that they can go out and use that one as base as a foundation for them to get another job. And I was able to do that. But then one day, a mother of a someone a living with autism came in at me if I could take her daughter because she always wanted to bake, but she was always given this kind of heart and all the places thinking that she wasn't able to do anymore, so she was being allowed to bake, he was being allowed to talk to people, and she was just allowed to open boxes because that's what I saw that you could do. And I just told her where I have never worked with people on the sesame spectrum, but why not? I just use common sense and see where it goes. And that's what really everything started in after she came. It was a way to see for me it was the realization that wow, this is a huge segment of our society. Yeah. They're so underrepresented of what is really giving them a voice. They're so unheard and that's how it started really focusing on them because I could see when you give them the right environment, they can really succeed and they're going to find that confident in themselves because that's the most important thing. And so they find that confident in themselves to be able to achieve everything that they really think that they can do. It could be that maybe later, they're going to do something else. They don't want to be bakers or their life. But during that period, they gain so much as keyless and so much confidence that now they feel they can jump and do something else. So they're going to become the superheroes. Yeah, no, I love yeah, I love that. You know, I got a chance to go in and witness the folks working in your place and you wouldn't know that any that anything's different about anybody that's in there. They're all working really hard and your lead person who's kind of like your manager, he's super busy and ordering things and just, you know, you were getting a lot of work done. And the other thing I think that's really interesting is that a lot of people don't realize that they've probably had your bread and didn't know it. You know, they've probably been to a local restaurant or someplace else and they had this bread and they were like, oh, this is amazing. I wonder the chef back there can really bake, but they didn't know little did they know that that rock and baker is behind it. So I think that's cool. Yes. So and you know, it's really one of the ideas when I wanted to decide the bakeries to have these open gallery because I wanted the public to come and see them in action. And also had another reason for me. I knew that in the restaurant industry, sometimes they'd be heavier, worse than the one that I was supporting of. Yeah. I didn't like the screaming. I didn't like the name calling. I needed the cursing of anything. And I said, well, I'm not going to make rules, I'm going to let the outside say the rules. And that's why it's totally open. So they're going to be seen. They're going to be heard. It's kind of forcing you to behave the right way. Sure. And I think that's how it's part of the culture is part of supporting each other the best way that we can without making anybody feeling fear or anything. Because one of the things that I want them to understand is, the same way that you may have you may be like in the leg or you may be blind or any other kind of disabilities. Why do you have to hide that you are autistic? There is nothing wrong with that. And even when you go to interview, it would be so much better for the older part to understand what you're going through because it will make the conversation so much easier and it will make sure that everybody understand what's going on and I would say that the productivity will be so much better when we understand where the challenge of the person is facing. Right. No, that definitely makes sense. And you're right, I think we need to have a little bit more compassion and empathy when dealing with other people, you know? And just really connect with them, not just do it on the surface, but really get to know people, talk to them because I think a lot of times, again, this is you wouldn't want to go get Dr. Phil on anybody, but I think a lot of times people really struggle with, you know, being heard or seen, you know, and I would imagine that especially a lot of the people young people that work with you probably feel that way. It's like, well, nobody's acknowledging me. And I think we all, all of us want to be acknowledged. If you're a human being, you want to be acknowledged in some way shape or form or another. And what the field value? Yeah. Absolutely. And I think that the bakery, the role that the right now is megaphone so that their voices can be heard. Yeah, yeah, no, yeah. I think I would encourage everybody to check it out and visit rock and baker. They are located in what's that little strip mall call. It's the same strip mall where fat tire, bikes is. Yes. It is three 7 6 one more avenue. And it is a quick side complex. Complex. And you're going to find their farm far. Now we have a new neighbor also all points, by the way, they also say for bread..

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Garrett, Browns rough up rookie Fields, slam Bears 26-6

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Garrett, Browns rough up rookie Fields, slam Bears 26-6

"The Browns defense made sure Justin fields first NFL start was a disaster in defeating the bears twenty six six the brown sacked fields nine times with Myles Garrett setting a team record with four and a half fields had just one net passing yards and the bears managed only forty seven yards and six first downs Cleveland receiver Odell Beckham junior had five receptions for seventy seven yards in his first game since October twenty fifth Kareem hunt finished with one hundred fifty five total yards including a twenty nine yard TD run in the fourth quarter Baker Mayfield tossed a scoring pass for the Browns who outgained the bears for eighteen to forty seven I'm Dave Ferrie

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Gabby Petito: Timeline of Missing Woman's Cross-Country Road Trip

The Breakfast Club

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Gabby Petito: Timeline of Missing Woman's Cross-Country Road Trip

"Let me tell you. Notice story about of gabby petito in her boyfriend bryan laundry. Do you feel you and this is why if you have daughters stories like this is the reason why call my daughter three or four times a day right now. Gabby petito and brian laundry boyfriend girlfriend notch normal boyfriend and girl from them have my anxiety going through the roof the zion a little bit so they were kind of like no matter where they would rent truck they would drive all over the country. They would take pictures. They would do blogs right so the fact that she didn't speak to her mother in a couple of days was normal. So you know after a week. Mom said look. I haven't spoke to my daughter what's going on. It was just weird so she reached out to the boyfriend bryan laundry. He didn't answer his phone. He didn't call her back. Seem pretty way called family than in a family would answer So she filed a missing persons report like she should've after filing a missing persons report. Police went to brian laundries house which is out in florida family's house and when they asked. Hey you know wisdom young lady Blog you travel world together. What's going on. They gave him the lawyers number. He got into loyd new to me. They're ready lloyd. Up gave molloy all calculated of leaving the question. He already added lawyer ready. Okay bass right has made him a person of interest kind of weird right you give number. You don't say what happened. They're not talking at all now. His girlfriend is missing his young ladies missing. She's from long island the away. Nobody says nothing. So now they find his body over the weekend in a wyoming on national forest park that they believe the remains are hers so now they believe he's a person interested in now. They can't find him he got. They don't know what he's he's more than a person of interest in. I mean i guess you got the. He's still a person of interest for legal purposes but clearly he's a suspect at this point as the same thing right person interest suspect. I don't know yeah. So a tic tac claims she was a drive-in and brian laundry hitchhiking. He jumped in a car and as they were saying they will go into that same. We call her tucker that. That's that's so insane. I thought i referred are referred to ask taco they said her name is miranda miranda bake- baker said her and her boyfriend seen him he was hitch-hiking he jumped in a car and said hey we go into the park with remains found not that popular with going to the park and he's got crazy jumped out the car and ran off. They said that deal. That was weird but now they're realizing that was probably weird. 'cause that's probably where he knew. The body was lord. Have mercy so i hope they catch him

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"baker" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

03:00 min | 2 months ago

"baker" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"I didn't see that there and when i came and i started doing stand up and i started doing these open mic. I just saw people that were really as lost as i was. And you know it was like we had. We had time to sit on the street all night. Barking and getting people to come into a comedy show so we do five minutes. It's like do you know how little you have to have going on in your life for that to be something where you're like. This is a good way to spend the night. Oh yeah. I remember those days. Yeah the comedy store toll. Two in the morning Yeah i guess. I won't do anything but this And it was like it gave me a home. It gave me like a place to really get to know who i who i am and while i was doing it i was like. Oh this is that thing. I was supposed to. This is the thing that i missed my whole life and and it was crazy because people have been telling me since i was a kid like my dad was always like. You're funny. you know you should. You should be doing comedy. And i remember being so insulted by i i mean it was. It literally hurt my feelings. Every time he said it. I thought comedy was like that's like a loser. Profession losers wall so you came from a very interesting family of Love politics right. I mean yeah yeah. Father worked for jewish reagan. W bush was a secretary of state right. Yeah jayme yeah. James baker yeah area state and he was so he That's wild when. I see like your comedy because you talk about your very liberal. And that that's so synonymous the you know. Bush reagan obviously with very conservative views. So it's it's so interesting that i mean that part of your background. Well it's funny. Like i remember thinking as i started. Stand up like i was like. I can't tell anybody about this lookout. Really can't tell anybody then. The longer i did it the more i was like. Why wouldn't i. Why wouldn't i tell anybody about. This is like a crazy story And also you know. It was difficult for me to talk about because they. I'm not very close with my side of my family. I'm not like really close with my grandparents. I'm not super close with my daddy than like. I had to email my dad to tell him. I was getting married because we hadn't talked in like two years. You know yeah so. It was like one of those things where i was like Just seen i'm engaged and just see now. I know it's weird between not so just letting you know you know it was like back and anyway so it is like a strange thing to have this very wealthy political and browns and.

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"baker" Discussed on First Take

First Take

07:35 min | 4 months ago

"baker" Discussed on First Take

"Max kellerman talk to me the number one reason. The cleveland browns better in the pittsburgh steelers as the offensive line pro. Football focus rated their offensive line number one blocking for the pass and number one blocking the run number one in both whatever the every year. There's a number one offensive line. It's almost never that their best both in pass blocking and run blocking. That's what this offensive line is. And as a result you've a devastating running attack behind the two headed monster in a niche off and kareem. Who by the way that marshawn lynch was on the show who reminded me of him. He brought up those guys over the last couple of years. The pittsburgh steelers have had running attacking all football. That will not be the case. Any logger nausea. Harris out of bama is in house and as a result of that. You've got somebody that been rothlisberger to hand the ball off to who will run the ball effectively. He will chuck yardage these at three down back. He will move the chains that will take pressure off a big bet. It'll take pressure off everybody else including the defense the running gang. Here's one number one reason. But that's definitely i am the one running. Okay try this one. The defense they added on cloudy. Whatever you wanna say about his ability or inability to get to the quarterback he a former number one pick. He is athletic. he's fast. He's stout against the rod. And he's planning is that myles garrett who was also a number one pick and arguably the best in the business they improved on the defensive line getting healthy in the secondary but defense which wasn't bad should be better and what pairs well with a vicious running attack behind best offensive line and a two piece running back a defense please. When you talk about defense you talk about those for us to talk about about mak- fitzpatrick how about it. How about cameron haywood. How about tj and the crew. Excuse me this was a top three defense in the national football league last year. It's going to be just as good if not even better this year. Because my man devon bush is coming back. he's no longer he'll be in the house as well. Better look out the steelers defense. Better recognize there we go. Yeah how about this one. Try this one ostracize number. Three's the quarterback fieger mayfield was much maligned early in his career member. Alex smith had three offensive coordinators and three years. And we were all the moaning that baker mayfield heads. Four head coaches in two seasons in one game for coaches soon as he got some stability with a good head. Coaching defense key took off top ten. Qbr in the league. I asked in alaska and my radio show yesterday stephen. What is baker do about the average he said elite ball placement at a big arm can throw the ball seventy yards that youngest sending quarterback behind that line. Dan lucky young means absolutely nothing to why he was on. Your show agree any other time. Suddenly y'all please drew his his bottom line. Big ben rothlisberger lookout max. This is best. You got klay tasteful. Okay you got to choose to surprised everybody. And he came back. I'm looking at deontay. Joe johnson and the coup. I know days watchdog wants to be up. But that's off as healthy. Let's review these reasons. First second. I need to see them quickly. Do we have them here in the bottom. Okay max want offensive line defense. May stephen a running game. Steelers debate. ben. You know guys up. I like this segment the battle but i think this is very biased. Very biased arguments in. Here's why a stephen a. of course going to defend his team right and steelers absolutely is probably texting. Mike tomlin as we speak. And max has been trying to prove his prediction right about the browns being good for the last eight years. When three years ago he thought they were gonna very biased. I can't be a winner. We've learned from the best. Who roots for their ts. More than you miss. You can call anybody out. I mean you have no objectivity when it comes to any stores breath you might brag about the seven eleven stores. That's how pathetic. Snap all the afc north. Get outta here. i look. I got two of those three categories. I picked big bend over baker mayfield. And i'd take the steelers defense over the browns deep. I'll take over there now. The rounds offense too much fun with me or getting distracted. Stephen at your first battle continues. Who has a better season big banner baker and tell me why thirty seconds lee big ben. What are you kidding me. Big baker mayfield is going to be handing off the football. Chubby kareem hunt. That's what he's gonna do that. Why would a cleveland browns successful because they limited baker mayfield to some degree. kevin's defence. Did a hell of a job and baker mayfield in all seriousness. He's been incredibly impressive in terms of his elevated level of maturity focus or. What have you. He needs to be given a lot of credit that he truly truly does here playing any games. he ain't just join a bunch of progressive commercial. He actually wanted more wins than more progressive commercials last season. I'll give him credit for that. He actually sort that and actually a competent. I give credit when credit is due but big. Ben ain't going out like this. They started off eleven. No the ended up lose a father. Their last six including the post season games for the cleveland browns. I big ben knows that this year could be his last. They got the weapons. They got a run a game. They got him a defense. I think big bend is going to be ready. And i think he's going to be called upon and asked to do more than baker. Mayfield this and i think he'll succeed. The answer is baker. mayfield. Baker mayfield is ascending ben. Rothlisberger is descending. Ben rothlisberger be forty before too. Long season is age thirty nine season now. Thirty eight thirty nine season now. He's coming off the europe. Everyone's like oh bounceback. Year last year was the bounceback year. He's coming off. Catastrophic injury is an older player and he played as well as could be expected in a new style by the way. Getting rid of the ball quickly just couldn't push the ball down the field. Well it's not all rothlisberger. It's partly the line. Well okay fine. The line can't blocked for the run and they had a hard time protecting the passer even and so he didn't have a lot of time to throw the ball and because the defense is playing up as a result pair also even better against the run. It's a vicious cycle. Is that going to change. Because they got back. You gotta address the offensive line in a bigger way. Tell you look at baker. Mayfield coming off a top ten. Qbr season without odell beckham junior. And yes stephen at you. And i both talked about the lack of chemistry there. Maybe they're better off apart but odell is coming to a playoff team now. He's coming a team where he knows. He has to fit in and he's at the point of his career where he is very aware he has to be a productive team. Friendly teammate right. Now because he did not get dealt. You're gonna have a highly motivated odell beckham junior on brown's team that's ascending with baker mayfield. It's.

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"baker" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"baker" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"To performing. It was the only way for her to support herself on april. Eighth nineteen seventy-five josephine took to the stage. At the bobino theater in paris. It was a celebration of her fifty years in french. Show business and it was the performance of a lifetime. The crowd was so they had to add extra foldout chairs just to fit everybody. Josephine baker died four days later. Jewish found in her bed surrounded by rave reviews of her performance..

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"baker" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

06:39 min | 4 months ago

"baker" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Josephine. Baker came to paris when she was just nineteen years old. It was the nineteen twenty s and. She was a performer. She already been singing and dancing in vaudeville shows across the us. Since she left home at fifteen you know she was a complicated woman who had a fight in her and the wherewithal to meave her own country because she refused to deal with the atrocities of racism and she made a life for herself in a foreign country. Which for a black woman to do even though lots of entertainers made the track. She became a star huge. Let's some big deal. You've probably actually seen pictures or watch recordings of some of the performances. That made josephine. Baker famous like the dunce of arch where she danced across the stage in a skirt. Made out of bananas critic at the time. Described it this way. She is in constant motion. Her body writhing like a snake or more precisely like dipping saxophone. Music seems to pour from her body. She lived out loud. And i love that about her. Some of the little details of her life are just like the greatest turing her stage shows that she had a cheetah who would would sometimes escape into the orchestra pit and like at an extra level of excitement to the show. That's such an amazing detail in such a you can really imagine that she cheat was a spy. Yeah just so you know what i mean. She was a spy for the british during world. War two right she. She was absolutely absolutely so you know. And there's all these things we don't know you know there's all these things we do know because you can. You can get her biography. Sound about the details of Just think about the things. We don't know you know gone unsaid. But she was a very unique woman at a very unique time in history. And i think that time in history makes her a lot more relevant also because she was pioneering. She would have been my friends in the late. Nineteen forties josephine baker bought the chateau day milad a renaissance castle in the french side. Just so our listeners can imagine it. What is the chateau look like. What is josephine baker. The chateau for me starts as you're driving up the road you can see the chateau from the distance. There are a lot of obviously chateau's in france and especially in the door don in that region. And they're all quite beautiful but the road to hearse. Place is one built with anticipation for us. But once you get inside the gates there's the gardens are absolutely beautiful and where you think they stop. You know there's little paths that lead down further inside. There are stained glass windows and winding staircases. The bathrooms have marble floors. And some of josephine's bejewelled. Gowns can be seen on display when tracy visited the chateau for the first time in two thousand twelve shoes. Already a fan of josephine baker but visiting the chateau being their alone and hearing someone's voice echoing through the halls. It connected. Tracy to josephine is sounds. I don't wanna sound weird. It wasn't until later that. I what i saw a video of her as coming out of her chateau and there's this video they show you and i was like. Oh my god. I do that. Same silly dance in front of my husband all the time having never seen her do it right and so the woman at the house said to me you know a lot of black women come here and feel like they can feel the spirit of her which is the whole reason for the pilgrim a pilgrimage really is and then i thought i need to take women out on this pilgrimage because this is a whole 'nother level is a whole new level of experience. Tracy started a travel business and the first trip. She organized was for just two women but with every new experience more and more women wanted to sign up and it was usually women that were over fifty that maybe had taken care of their families their whole lives or children or grandchildren and had finally given themselves permission to go out into the world. Some of them getting their first passports often their first opportunities outside of the united states. And so i was really proud of that. Tracy returned to josephine chateau over and over again and as she introduced new people to the castle eat introduced new people to her. Even met one of josephine suns once when she was visiting and since she's become friends with the castles current owner because we should note even though josephine baker loved this castle she ultimately lost ownership of it by nineteen sixty four josephine baker was in debt. She'd spent her money pretty generously. But you'd also been taken advantage of so. The chateau was put up for auction. Josephine was devastated. She barricaded herself in the kitchen and refuse to leave but the new owner had her forcibly removed. Jews week in shock and ended up being hospitalized her friend. Princess grace of monaco helped her find a new place to live and at age. Sixty two after having built a new life for herself in a foreign country after having served as a spy during world war two and spoken next to martin. Luther king junior at the march on washington just feed baker went back.

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"baker" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"baker" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"I'm doing this and this is alice obscure a celebration of the world's strange incredible and wondrous places. Today we're talking with writer and travel. Educator tracy friday about the glamorous of the entertainer french resistance agent and civil rights activist josephine baker and will hear about the pilgrimages. Women still make to.

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"baker" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:05 min | 5 months ago

"baker" Discussed on Get Up!

"Back with you on get up and let's go on the clock. Afc north northeastern thirty seconds on the clock. And we'll start with our football guys. Rob rob big. Ben be the worst quarterback in the afc north. No way i know. He's not commuter. Words listen last year you have to understand. They had the worst running game in the nfl. They could not run the football. And when you are one dimensional in the nfl teams game plan against you accordingly. So for me. I think that big ben. He's not gonna fall for cliff year. They're going to have better offense line play. They're going to run the ball better so no i don't think he's going to be the worst in the division at all. No i can't do it. I can't do it too. Big ben respect them. Okay can't do it. The big bend. Jeff we'll lamar jackson. When a playoff game you know this feels like. I'm hating on lamar here and i'm not meaning to necessarily i don't think that they do though. I think it's so difficult especially in that division even to get into the playoffs and then once they do that assumes that they'll in fact win that game. I think it's going to be tougher. Baltimore to even sneak themselves in to the playoffs. And that's with an expanded playoff format. So i know that's tough I just i think that's the truth when it comes to the baltimore ravens season and i think a point. It's a tough division so damian. Would you pay baker. Mayfield top quarterback money. No i wouldn't pay baker mayfield top quarterback money i think he he made strides in the right direction last year in his first year under kevin to face key but listen i need to see more. I think you know. Baker may for eight a lot off of play action. I need to see more in the drop. Back pass game from baker mayfield more consistency in that area and listen. I will just be right now. I would just be afraid to fall into that. Juerg golf hossam. Winston situation panic early and come to regret those contracts. I just need to see a little. Bit more out of baker mayfield before i are paying top dollar as an eagles fan. I know what that situation is like in. Eat my friend. You know who else thing about baker trying.

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"baker" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

03:31 min | 6 months ago

"baker" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"May come to another episode another week another all around. Good time with the boy. Hallmark is the name of the program in case. You're just joining the first time episode. Three fifty. I don't know what episode is that would be just a guess. Yeah we had our thousand instagram posts in the last week or so. And i figured we'd might make a special deal out of it and then i forgot about it. Whatever point yeah fat well. What's a thousand thousand thousand to the point is. This is your first one welcome. We did it to bring you into this when we did it. And to all the haters out there that said we wouldn't make it to this point to baker son threat. The joe they'll son. I make a few christmas seasons. But you won't make it to baker son twenty twenty one. I knew from the. I knew we would from the beginning. We were made for such such a time for such times. This is this moment then. I realized i was gonna say headlight. Such a time where. The baker son boys with boys bakers bula baker symbol. Yes this is right guys. I think getting a lot of emails text messages. Dm exert era wanting to know how your weekends were. And so i'm going to. I'm not asking the wallenberg be clear. You have been getting a lot of emails. Wondering how and pandas weakened exactly. They're not concerned about me. That's fair not concerned about. I'm just a facilitator facilitator. Yeah it was okay my weekend fun dude. My kids are at each other right now because one of them is lost three teeth. Oh man and the other one hasn't lost any yet and they're twins and every time the one loses teeth he gets money and the other one is just about to hear like just about to lose his mind. How many more teeth do you hope the other one dude our but my one kid understands he gets money and so he's just like rip it out and it's like barely wiggling. He's looking get it you get in. You can get the tooth broke. Just wait still all come out. I probably know. I still keep doing that. And the doctor said. I need help small fourth set of dentures. Still get your wife. Put money under the pillow. Exciting this is trying to ban like one of my kids trying to make his brother just as angry as possible. Every day lost one last night. He just like his brother. Looks like he's going to throw the table ever bad. It is great bit guys. I'm so excited to get to the baker son it's been on. I spend i'd on mccallum most anticipated of this week for sure this week absolutely. I think i think that's fair. That's fair guess. Before we get started a couple of people have been sending in some request for us to to to talk about our favorite boys like girls song. Oh so they. They're wondering. Our favorite boys girls longs obviously. It's the great escape. Escape your own and hero. Harold harold and i'm in the hero heroine greatest gate boy and i love. I love love drunk so we did it all right guys. It's over the summer the baker's son originally here after this going to be a lot of bits but i'm gonna give you the floor right now. No goods right now guys or you have the floor. Here's.

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"baker" Discussed on Audible Orgy

Audible Orgy

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"baker" Discussed on Audible Orgy

"Season person from the last season on. I'm trying to do something else. That's i'm gonna let the people know that you know i own. I could be girl even with my hoodie is style yeah. Today's episode. yeah. I'm excited to talk to this guy. Because he is like making waves. And i love it to see when people are making waves. The acting industry is not that big. Believe it or not. You know faces but it's not that big and were spread so fast so this dude. Let me tell you sean. Baker is a name. If you don't know what you need to get to know it. I he is an actor writer on. Let me see if you recognize it shaft. Recognize it. recognize samuel jackson. No-one on the dick wool. Fbi that's my show. You know what i'm saying. I'm not gonna give you on any spoilers on it. you gotta start from sees the one kachuck. He is also on the new. Jim crow majority rules. And he's a part of this amazing project out with kevin durant called swagger where they focused on the youth career of kevin durant in the aau circuit. I'm mckanie fan all day. So i can't wait to see that big fan over here absolutely so without further ado. Y'all welcome up going to be the.

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"baker" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"baker" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Chip on the shoulder. Attitude you know unapologetic nature because I think you need different kinds of personalities but you can be that while also kind of keeping a humbleness about you that the other parts of the media wants to see I personally. Don't care about it but I do think it does play into the overall expectations that you have for your team which is pretty much. The are saying you're we're done talking. We're just GONNA go out and play and prove that we are as good as we say we are last year. It was the I can't even. I don't WanNa be like a prisoner of the moment. But that was one of the noisiest dog like pre-season situations that I can remember in a very. Just look at two things. Their schedule looks easier to me and they have a better head coach. And all add a third. They figured out there tackle positions. And that's there's a lot more talent so it it to me if you don't think Cleveland is going to be a playoff team. You've gotta give me a lot of reasons because I think if you just look at their talent offensively. If Baker just is coach this is going to be a wildly productive offense. I don't know if they're defense is still great. They've got a pass rusher. I love in a corner. I love their defensive. Personnel is hit and miss for me but in terms of offense if Baker just is a all set the bar low sixty three and a half percent. Completion Percentage Twenty Six touchdowns twelve picks. Just a two to one. It's a playoff team. He doesn't have to be great if Baker is good. Because I don't think he's a Patrick mahomes talent. He's not going to give you those kind of numbers but I I mean twenty six thousand twelve pick sixty three percent passer rating ninety two boom. You can't look at that roster and say that's not a playoff team they they just need and this kind of feels.

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"baker" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"baker" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Chip on the shoulder attitude you know. Unapologetic nature because I think you need different kinds of personalities, but you can be that while also kind of keeping a humbleness about you that the other parts of the media wants to see I personally. Don't care about it but I. do think it does play into the overall expectations that you have for your team, which is pretty much the are saying you're. We're done talking. We're just GONNA go out and play and prove that we are as good as we say we are. Last year. It was the I, can't even. I don't WanNa. Be like a prisoner of the moment, but that was one of the noisiest Oh God. Like. pre-season situations that I can remember in a very just look at two things. Their schedule looks easier to me. And they have a better head coach. And all add a third. They figured out there tackle positions and that's there's a lot more talent, so it it to me if you don't think Cleveland. IS GOING TO BE A playoff team? You've gotta give me a lot of reasons because I think. If you just look at their talent offensively, if Baker just is coach, this is going to be wildly productive offense. I don't know if they're defense is still great. They've got a pass rusher. I love in a corner I. Love Their defensive personnel is hit and miss for me, but in terms of offense, if Baker just is A. All set the bar low sixty three and a half percent completion percentage twenty six touchdowns, twelve picks just a two to one. It's a playoff team. He doesn't have to be great. If Baker is good because I don't think he's a patrick. mahomes talent. He's not going to give you those kind of numbers. But I I mean twenty six thousand twelve pick sixty three percent passer rating ninety two boom. You can't look at that roster and say that's not a playoff team. They they just need and this kind of feels.

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"baker" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"baker" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Chip on the shoulder attitude you know. Unapologetic nature because I think you need different kinds of personalities, but you can be that while also kind of keeping a humbleness about you that the other parts of the media wants to see I personally. Don't care about it but I. do think it does play into the overall expectations that you have for your team, which is pretty much the are saying you're. We're done talking. We're just GONNA go out and play and prove that we are as good as we say we are. Last year. It was the I, can't even. I don't WanNa. Be like a prisoner of the moment, but that was one of the noisiest Oh God. Like. pre-season situations that I can remember in a very just look at two things. Their schedule looks easier to me. And they have a better head coach. And all add a third. They figured out there tackle positions and that's there's a lot more talent, so it it to me if you don't think Cleveland. IS GOING TO BE A playoff team? You've gotta give me a lot of reasons because I think. If you just look at their talent offensively, if Baker just is coach, this is going to be wildly productive offense. I don't know if they're defense is still great. They've got a pass rusher. I love in a corner I. Love Their defensive personnel is hit and miss for me, but in terms of offense, if Baker just is A. All set the bar low sixty three and a half percent completion percentage twenty six touchdowns, twelve picks just a two to one. It's a playoff team. He doesn't have to be great. If Baker is good because I don't think he's a patrick. mahomes talent. He's not going to give you those kind of numbers. But I I mean twenty six thousand twelve pick sixty three percent passer rating ninety two boom. You can't look at that roster and say that's not a playoff team. They they just need and this kind of feels.

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"baker" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"baker" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"Last couple questions with buddy baker a longtime friend who suffered unspeakable tragedy losing both parents last week to the virus. You made that video input on social media you sitting on the couch and just sort of sitting those words that lost both parents within six minutes and then of course talking about testing and taking this as seriously as we need to what went into making that video in your mind. What was the primary purpose in putting that out there that got so much coverage. Yeah you know when I when you lose both parents you have administrative aspects right all of a sudden. I was telling someone jumped on with us. Like you know when I went to. We had the house disinfected. But I had to go in there to get this stuff and so I went in Winston year and stuff like that to get their paperwork to start sorting through it and I kind of made a deal with myself. Just go straight to the Office Home Office and just grabbed the stuff and they'll go anywhere else. Don't look at the pictures on the wall because you won't be able to take it. Well somehow I wandered into the living area and found You know spoon there and a half drunken water bottle because both the becoming home and you know and then and no one's ever going back to that home again unfortunately so I say that to say it's been really challenging to go there. For the first time I went there to meet someone to the disinfection processes sensitization process I couldn't go in obviously so I was standing in front of their house waiting on the street as they were in there and I was just walking up and down the street on and keeping my head down because their neighbors. Would you know in retirement village kind of want to talk to you? I really didn't talk to anyone so I keep my head down. I was just thinking crying and as I walked up and down that street I thought you know. What can I do? Honor my parents. What can I do to Make them proud of what? I'm doing this under these horrible circumstances. And so the first thing I thought was to start a fund that could be used to in their name for benevolent purposes and we decided this and covert Contributions we're going to start a grant for intercity kids You know because my dad was there for so many years for intercity kids moving forward. The second thing was this is such a horrible feeling that you know you can't describe what can I do to Make somebody else in that. Potentially not feel this feeling and again in the name of my parents and I thought that video because again we tell our clients use the platform that you have the greater good. You have it platform help others. I platform I tell my clients everyone you should strive to do the MVP league that's great but also it'd be the Walter paid man of the year to change lots well. I normally don't have that same platform that say Doug Baldwin or a jackdaw whomever right but I do have That platform now unfortunately because of this horrific thing that happens so I opted that the only thing that could take some time and then be Maybe accomplish those things was to send a video out That would allow me utilize that platform that can inspire others to stay home and and hopefully change their lives and then be Eventually start this fund That can be used for you. Know for positive change And that's that was kind of the motivation behind it and you know again not realizing we're expecting that it was going to receive any type of reaction which has been it's been a great story and unfortunate tragedy but you've made it something that people can latch onto and sort of with that emotion maybe gives so tell our audience again how they support foundation. You created gofundme page on the not super In tune with that. But there's a gofundme page. Under student agent Baker Memorial Founded Memorial Fund Again. percentage of all funds will be distributed to charitable causes a certain percentage will be given to over research and and people affected by the colder than the other part will be to start this grant on annual basis For for kids coming from less fortunate areas because I feel like that's something that my parents built their whole lives upon about helping others changing others And being impactful and others while this will allow them to do that for the for the foreseeable future gofundme page Stewart in Adrian Baker. Is that how you find it? Yeah believe stored in Adrian Baker Memorial Fund Memorial Fund. Okay I encourage everyone to go there. This is an incredible story. Buddy you've been a shining light amid the darkness For what you've gone through it was heart wrenching but hard inspiring as well. What you're doing now. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for sharing and you put out a message that we shall take this seriously. We absolutely should in case anyone wasn't but what story and mortar message for these times. I enjoyed thanks for having me on really.

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"baker" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"baker" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Baker takes it looks it is inside the the rookie record for touchdown passes by a quarterback Baker Mayfield into the record books this is after hours with Amy Lawrence we've only been talking about football for maybe an hour and a half and we've already had one Steelers fan jealous that we spend too much time talking about the Cleveland Browns Jim Donovan on the Browns radio network it was in fact a record breaking it season for rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield and of course there is plenty of buzz around what will be the sophomore quarterback in some of the new weapons that he will have under Freddie kitchens a brand new head coach so a lot of change in the last year and a half for these the Cleveland Browns and I think despite the claims of the cries of the calls of some Browns fans Hey let's stop the brakes a little I think for the most part you've got people who are so excited that you just can't contain it and that's cool it's really need to have a of a fan base and a T. Yuma that's had more disappointment and failure and heart break then positive story lines over the last let's say ten years to be able to have something to look forward to you I love that I love how cyclical the NFL is even if the brown cycle with a little longer than than some but we always have teams go from worst to first we always have teams in the post season that didn't make the playoffs before it's an incredible league when it comes to turn over and when it comes to the number of fan bases that can really get excited so much changes every off season in the NFL and certainly because of the salary.

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"baker" Discussed on Cults

Cults

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"baker" Discussed on Cults

"Bigger left town, proclaiming that the source would no longer be there when he got back and things certainly did change while he was away. But not as he predicted the first change was in Baker himself while in India he decided once and for all that he didn't need spare. Father. He was a spiritual. Father Baker described the transformation like a scene from sacred literature. According to him, he was on a boat in India dressed in the white robe and headdress he had adopted upon converting to Sikhism year or so before a man on the boat asked Baker if he was seek or Hindu Baker responded by throwing his headdress into the river and proclaiming that. He was neither Hindu nor seek his soul was free. According to Baker the Indian passages fell at his feet and began calling him a holy man. While this story was almost certainly exaggerated if not pure fiction, it nevertheless, gives us a clear sense of baker's state of mind upon his return from India as we've already seen bakers views on his role in the world changed frequently throughout his life. The anecdote about throwing his headdress into the river shows that he was once again transforming into someone new. Yet. This time was different than all the others. Baker was changing from a man seeking answers to the man who had them all and I'm Nisshin guru with a direct link to God psychoanalyst Anthony store describes such a person as quote, a spiritual teacher. Who's insight is based on personal revelation often taking the form of a vision understood to come directly from a deity the revelation, which has transformed his life generally follows upon a period of distress or illness in his thirties or forties. There is suddenly a sense of certainty of having found the truth creating general aura around him that he knows and quote, whether a group of Indians really fell at his feet or not Baker returned from India with that very sense of certainty. He was no longer bound by any particular belief. He was the source of belief the very spiritual father he had sought for decades. And what was more Bakker had a stable of intensely devoted followers? Waiting for him. When he got back. While Baker was away Robin had stepped up to work with the manager of the restaurant. And with the cooperation of the staff, they'd pulled the source out of debt, not only was the restaurant making money again. But the act of saving it had brought Robin and the staff even closer together than they'd been before Robin and the workers Jim Bakker's restaurant now referred to themselves as the source family, and the role of father was waiting Baker seeing his opportunity at last broke ties with John for good. He also took a new name. Combining what some of his followers had already been calling him father with the first letter of the Hebrew name for God from this point forward. Jim Baker would be father yoed the man chosen by God to father, new enlightened Hume. In race. Next week. We'll follow father. Yo does. He builds his tight-knit cult tucked away in the Hollywood hills. Thanks again for tuning into cults. We'll be back with part two of the source.

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