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"beiser" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 5 months ago

"beiser" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We got rising tension with Russia over Ukraine and rising COVID cases in Hong Kong Let's get more on all that and the other global news as we get into Bloomberg he's from a joint Denise Pellegrini Hey Rashad will Russia does continue to amass those troops on the Ukraine border President Biden was asked about it by reporters on The White House lawn today and he says Vladimir Putin won't get what he wants You think there's going to be a thing that Vladimir Putin is looking for in order to make I think things he can not get Things he can not get So that's the word from Biden Meantime U.S. officials now estimate that Putin has prepared around 70% of the forces and weapons needed for an invasion of Ukraine and Republican senator Marco Rubio is warning an invasion would have global repercussions We impact would begin by destabilizing Europe This is the single greatest threat Europe as space since the 1940s And the refugee surge would be one And Rubio and CBS face the nation heard here on Bloomberg radio national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the Biden administration is planning for any type of Russian aggression in Ukraine including they say the potential use of the gas energy that Europe needs What President Biden has done is directed his team to find liquefied natural gas cargoes from other parts of the world that could be redirected to Europe to help make up for shortfalls that might accrue if Russia chooses to level gas as a political weapon And Sullivan there in the ABCs this week hurt here on Bloomberg radio Ottawa has declared a state of emergency police are struggling to control a wave of anti vax protest bands of truckers have taken over neighborhoods near parliament there Truckers who cross the border between the U.S. and Canada are required to be vaccinated and the so called freedom convoy is expanding across Canada It's getting a lot of positive attention from Fox News and Joe Rogan The Chinese city of beiser is in lockdown after some in return from Shenzhen with COVID and in Hong Kong health officials are reporting they expect the number of COVID cases to search they reported hundreds of new cases at the latest 24 hour period Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries In the news her mom Denise Pellegrini this is Bloomberg Doug All right Denise thanks Let's get to our guest for the half hour max Scotland is with us He is the CIO of alpha TRE on the line from Newport Beach California Max thanks for being with us We're really focused on the reopening of markets on the mainland We've been obviously as you know shut for 5 days for the lunar new year break And quite the move up in interest rates in the meantime with a ten year treasury now about one 90 What's your outlook for the week ahead I think we are obviously going to be watching for the inflation figure and I think there is a decent chance that actually surprises above the current consensus of 7.3 I think we could see something hit a little higher than 1.6 And that presents a challenging view for risk assets because it comes in the back of a very strong jobs number So it really signals that the fed has both be ability to hike more aggressively and it also says that there's a need to hike more aggressively because of that more persistent higher than expected inflation So that's going to be the thing that I'm really looking for and that's of course looking at Thursday before that there's not a whole lot of fed chatter but we still have earnings coming out And I think what we've seen so far is companies that have done well and beat unless it was a massive beat like Amazon actually generally dropped a few days after And companies as that disappointed those got punished really hard And I think that trend is something that's going to continue So expecting it to summarize a number of tough week for equities So I'm curious to go ahead rich I'm sorry Sorry I just got to say max you know I was just going to say that it just showed just how brittle things are though at the moment with the sort of massive deltas we're seeing on markets and the volatility that's returned here too It surely must go beyond just what the fed is going to do next It does We have other things to be concerned about as well I mean you mentioned earlier the following PMI numbers we're seeing in China we're seeing broadly different pieces of deceleration across the world in terms of industrial activity I think there is some concern about inventory buildup that we've seen especially here in the U.S. with retailers And as instantly enough some of the things that have caused inflation last year started baiting such as the log jams across our ports there is a question of how that's going to impact the real economy especially as consumers so far have been willing to spend but if that willingness takes a pause there is a question of what are we going to do with all that inventory And will the falling production that we're seeing actually then be a boost or a detraction to global trade So it is a very complex and as you said fragile situation right now as we look at the interconnectivity of different markets and economies One of the things that was very interesting about the employment data the big move up in wages that we had year over year 5.5 .7% increase I believe Do you think it's within the realm of possibility that the fed is so aggressive in March to move by 50 basis points I don't think they'll do that I do think that the chance of that may go up if we look at the fed funds futures should inflation surprisingly outside as I expect it will But I don't think the federal will do that So that actually sets up an early interesting trade where it is a bit of a sell a rumor by the new situation and in that case As richly priced as U.S. equities happen to be at the moment in many cases I'm wondering whether or not you would take some money off the table here in the states maybe and look for opportunities offshore particularly in Asia where we know some of the valuations on Chinese listed shares that trade in Hong Kong are very very low We had a big recovery in the hang sang last Friday about a three and a quarter percent tech led the way I'm wondering whether or not you would use this opportunity maybe.

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"beiser" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"beiser" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Well they may be making some changes too including the states second largest school district San Diego unified is taking up a new redistricting plan which would create at least one sub district with a majority person of color voting block and some residents aren't happy School board president Richard barrera told NBC San Diego it's all about leveling out the populations in all of the 5 sub districts We now have fairly significant disparities in total population the three sub districts that are largely north of a have a larger population than the sub districts south of 8 In response to criticisms of the board's plan barrera said three quarters of San Diego unified students are persons of color and the redistricting committee is just trying to create sub districts which more accurately represent the districts diversity But some people aren't buying it San Diego is one of those places to me where I think a minority can run in a majority white district and still win So the idea that you have to manipulate it to keep that from happening or to keep a white person in a white district it's too much It's government manipulation Scripps ranch resident Marlon gardiner a person of color who coaches football and as a parent of a Scripps ranch high school student says he wanted to run for school board but now he won't be able to Because his community will be moved into another sub district Scripps ranch will be moved from sub district B currently represented by school board trustee Kevin beiser to sub district a currently represented by trustee Sabrina bazo The result Scripps ranch residents won't get a vote on a school board member until 2024 The idea that a government agency can manipulate outcomes essentially for future elections doesn't always work in favor of people of color So when you see it happen supposedly in the name of people of color it's equally concerning for me But Andrea Guerrero the director of local nonprofit alliance San Diego And a member of the redistricting committee defends the districts proposal They registering process can not be concerned with incumbency and should not be concerned with where future candidate lives The redistricting process should only be concerned with equal representation making sure that the 5 districts are equally balanced in population and also that the districts are contiguous Now of the more than 1 million people who live in the San Diego unified school district about 42% are Caucasian 28% are Hispanic American 16% Asian American Pacific Islander 6% African American and about 5% are multiple ethnicities But the students who attend San Diego unified schools are much less Caucasian Only about 24% of students are Caucasian 44% are Hispanic 10% Asian 9% multiple ethnicities and 7% are African American Now another move that will be happening is with the community of university city They'll be moving from sub district a two sub districts C which is currently represented by trustee Michael mcquarrie The San Diego union tribune reported mcquarrie seat is up for election next year so that means university city residents would get another chance to vote for a seat on the school board after having voted in last year's election A vote on the redistricting changes will take place at the district's next meeting on Tuesday December 14th I'm Eddie McKinnon for co news What's all the buzz about nasal irrigation and Navajo Nawaz Nawaz and should I try it Here's the science Airborne germs invade through your nose it's the body's air filter for trapping allergens and viruses when your nose gets clogged it's less effective in germs multiply Eventually your immune system can get overwhelmed and you get sick Nasal irrigation is an effective all natural way to clean your nose It's not a drug it's more like plumbing saline goes in one nostril around the back of the nose and out the other nostril flushing out mucus.

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Colorado governor says all adults can get COVID booster shot

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Colorado governor says all adults can get COVID booster shot

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Colorado's governor says all adults can get a cove it nineteen booster shot with corona virus infection surging in his state Colorado governor Jared Polish defied federal guidance Thursday and issued an order allowing all state residents eighteen and older to get cold it nineteen booster shots the U. S. food and drug administration allows booster shots for those eighteen and over who are at high risk of exposure to the virus adults with special medical conditions and all people sixty five and older the bite that ministration had envisioned boosters for all adults but in September FDA scientific advisers rejected extra Fizer doses for everyone on Tuesday Beiser asked U. S. regulators to allow boosters of its covert nineteen vaccine for anyone eighteen and older hi Mike Crossey up

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Pfizer vaccine for kids may not be available until November

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Pfizer vaccine for kids may not be available until November

"Pfizer's cope with nineteen vaccine may not be available for kids until November Pfizer had indicated it would seek federal authorization for children ages five to eleven to get the vaccine in coming weeks leading public health experts and appearance to expect the doses would be available by late October but a person familiar with the process says instead of Halloween it may be closer to thanksgiving though it's also possible the shots will be available earlier in November Beiser says it's given regulators data from a recent study of the vaccine in kids the two dose regimen is available for those twelve and up an estimated one hundred million people are now fully vaccinated with it Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: New Zealand to allow home isolation to travelers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

The Latest: New Zealand to allow home isolation to travelers

"Visors CEO says it's a question of days not weeks before the company submits data to regulators for federal authorization of the Colbert vaccine for children aged five to eleven Fizer said last week it's baxeen works for that age group and that it tested a much lower dose that's already available for anyone twelve and older the company said that after children aged five to eleven got their second does they developed corona virus fighting antibody levels just as strong as teenagers and young adults getting the regular strength shots Beiser CEO said Sunday that if the FDA approves the company's application we will be ready with our manufacturing to provide this new formulation of the vaccine I'm Julie Walker

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"beiser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"A layer of comfort pick up today Walmart target CVS dollar general other fine retailers or readers destroyed for order with the best in order to fence what instability I would show it is going to be Japanese apricot waddle until I'm fine with that yeah we're we're out okay maybe I can move the afternoons from two to six is there a better sports writer in the world then Joe Posnanski yes on ESPN Chicago we had it backwards but actually we yes and some of it we had a dry winds of the jet passes Jeff Garlin great friend of the show both of those guys as funny very good friends as well the phone number to reach us the floor can be yours at three one two three three two three seven seven six all this arguing over baseball the middle of the pandemic in the middle of real world important look it's terrible and again I'll be over it as soon as the pitch hello I will be I'll be I'll be watching and I'll be into it and I think there's a lot of time to look for doing a shortened baseball season it's not gonna be perfect but I think it will be a fun year and I think would be different and are you starting are you starting to kind of come to terms with the fact that two thousand and twenty one as a cub fan you may not have a Kris Bryant or hobby Beiser either the that's the shame of it too is right like we thought it was going to get that without this you know where's the money going to be for Kris Bryant that's why you got to get rid of a year at a time where well you can't agree with any contract extensions with any of your core guys and now all of a sudden it seems like the money the little money that they did have now is really going away yeah I mean regardless of how this whole thing rectified itself for plays out I would not like I would want to be Mookie Betts or Kris Bryant because you're a top five top ten player and you know you will always have value but this is the absolute worst time to be a free agent in professional sports is this the time to buy now if you're smart owner yeah hi guys it's going to be out there for two hundred fifty million after Bryce Harper sign for what three forty yes what did he sign for something like that three twenty five twenty five twenty five and your call sign for like three forty right leg is maybe now like even though the money right now isn't there could you be getting discounts on some of the better players when you compare it to the years previous yes you could yes those dirty nasty stinking colluding colluding owners aren't talking right now about how none of them are going to sign a long term deal for two hundred million dollars because we don't have the revenue yeah our what was the the I said need silver put this out last night regarding again well how Americans vote on their favorite sports in where they rank and the power ranking yeah so he re tweeted last night and I think it's obviously was the impetus was that rob Manfred comments about maybe not having a season this year and he looked re tweeted the latest Gallup poll about you know trends in sports about how much what's your favorite sport to watch essentially and he he had he made the notes this is dot dot dot not a great trend line for baseball and if you look at the the poll on the graph from Gallup you'll see that baseball bat in this goes way back to nineteen thirty seven when they start taking polls baseball was the clear favorite sport to watch in America and that shouldn't come as much of a surprise to most of our listeners right but as you'll see on the timeline eventually football overtakes baseball and here was that whatever was right around nineteen sixty doesn't have exact here but if they cross I'm gonna guess around sixty five sixty six when football overtook baseball the most that the favorite sport to watch for most people out there now in the latest poll for this particular question was in twenty seventeen and what you'll see is that football is the favorite sport to watch by roughly let's call it thirty million thirty six percent of Americans and that's significant because the favorite sport for the majority of folks out there right over a third of America says that's their favorite exactly but what you've seen now since since this poll first began in nineteen thirty seven baseball has is not only no longer the favorite sport to watch baseball is third and what you're seeing is that believe it or not soccer is actually on the precipice of possibly passing baseball now basketball has already passed baseball for in terms of the motor the favorite sport to watch basketball is eleven percent of the people pulled their favorite sport to watch wearers baseball has fallen to nine percent in stock that's obviously with you know because young people are more interested the basketball than baseball so when you factor in the entire age group baseball's not gonna win that contest right I mean that's all inclusive right that Sir sure yeah once every person being pulled so obviously you've got some younger kids and they there is a break down two of younger people it looks actually works for baseball when you take that into account but soccer is actually seven percent of the people pulled their favorite sport to watch and remember the people who were ten when they were watching Jordan are now thirties you know certain thirty somethings and those are the those years those great year shaped the way they watch basketball now you know a lot of these trends are like in in the retro years and how people look at it so listen I'm I as I said you guys attacks today I'm a fifteen year soccer dad and I loved every minute of it and I love the sport now and I'm an advocate for it not just because I have girls girls guys whatever it is loves I love soccer with that said I am in the I'll believe it when I see it crowd I've been hearing it for years that soccer is going to overtake popularity can overtake baseball and some of the other sports I don't believe that's going to happen well look the but here when I give you the H. breakdowns you go deeper into this poll what you'll see is that in terms of what's your favorite sport to watch ages eighteen to thirty four for those eighteen to thirty four year olds baseball only six.

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"beiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey mark it was so great to see you yesterday we were so my wife and I were so excited to meet you you know she finally got to me and she was like all right it was an act that was that was outstanding wow and the people are just fantastic people that are there when you came in your uniforms I see here right yes Sir you were terrific yes other we we did that in honor of you who is in my opinion the greatest living patriot on the face of the planet and my wife agrees and you know since you started listening to you all all all of the stuff that she learned from you it's just it's just unbelievable well I wanna thank you John an end you can back me up was that not an unbelievable event and wonderful okay traffic around Regis you know all of the things that happened you know we we weren't able to get tickets but at the last minute you know they said Hey they got a couple left then then we went down to each of your students who are back right behind us well yeah well I'm glad you got there it was an honor to meet you and I meet all those other folks and god bless you take care yourself tell you folks I wish all of you could have been there would have been outstanding and you would see Marc levy in weekdays three PM to six PM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty eight AM K. E. D. W. N. dot talk of Las Vegas Edward Beiser moving.

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"beiser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Task force will start to wind down later this month a new tonight president trump explains what's next as far as the task force Mike pence in the task force have done a great job but we're now looking at a little bit of a different form and that former safety and opening and will will have a different group probably set up for the are you saying mission accomplished no no not at all the mission accomplishes when it's over an effort to oversee the small business relief funds gets derailed in the Senate for Senate Democrats failed to advance a bill to provide oversight of the stimulus money meant to help small businesses Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell explained he prefers to wait awhile before taking more action we met again and if we do it'll be because we were taking a measured response first to what we've already done and then we'll see whether we need to do a lot more he's gonna have to wait and see people are hurting Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer people are losing their jobs every day small businesses are going bankrupt every day people are getting corona every day and people are dying every day Linda Kenyon Washington Airbnb announcing is laying off twenty five percent of its work force as it confronts a steep decline in global travel due to the corona virus in a letter to employees the CEO so the company's leading nineteen hundred number seventy five hundred workers go in cutting businesses that don't directly support home sharing like its investments in hotels and movie production former giants Beiser says it's begun testing an experimental vaccine to combat the corona virus the vaccine contains genetic material called messenger RNA or mRNA genetic code that tells cells what to build in this case an antigen that may induce an immune response for the virus the trial will test adults between the ages of eighteen and fifty five in the first stage before moving on to older groups the company says with hopes of testing up to three hundred sixty people correspondent Scott Kerr most governors United States have ordered or recommended that statewide school closures continue for the rest of the academic year this is New York governor Andrew Cuomo and I want to thank the bill and Melinda gates foundation will be working with them on this project Bill Gates is a visionary in many ways and his ideas and thoughts on technology in education spoken about for years but I think we now have a moment in history where we can actually incorporate an advance those ideas W. I. L. traffic and.

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"beiser" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"S. economic slowdown more severe than economists were expecting in the first quarter the economy as measured by the gross domestic product contracted at an annual rate of four point eight percent GDP is first quarterly drop in six years president trump invoking the defense production act to keep the country's meat and poultry processing plants open with a number of those plants closing due to corona virus outbreaks there's been growing concern about the possibility of food shortages finance supply there's plenty of as you know there's plenty of supply its distribution and we will probably have that today yes saw normally it can take years for a vaccine to be developed tested and approved for widespread use but these are not normal times and pharmaceutical giant Pfizer says a coronavirus vaccine could be tested in a matter of weeks and could be ready for emergency use by the fall Beiser CEO telling the Wall Street journal this is a crisis right now and a solution is desperately needed by all we've heard much recently about the challenges facing aircraft manufacturer Boeing turns out that Boeing's big European competitor Airbus is having troubles of its own it lost five hundred twenty two million dollars in the first quarter because executives are expressing hope the gentle every song by the virus could start picking up in the second half of the year but they refused to issue long term guidance given that the virus is still spreading thousands of jets were grounded worldwide and governments are reluctant to relax travel restrictions are spotted Jeremy house south Korea's deadliest fire in years has claimed at least thirty six lives authorities fear the death toll will rise the blaze broke out at a warehouse under construction just south of Seoul on wall St Dow futures are up three hundred ninety six points S. and P..

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"beiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"beiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You need to know the answer Brian's big three number three we can make a military rack response in a timely manner of our choosing but yes I'm provoked attacks on commercial shipping warrant a retaliatory military strike against the Islamic Republic of Iran and I'm pretty sure senator Tom cotton said some very similar to us on Friday he of course serves in the military is now in the the Senate Armed Services Committee and he sees what are Ron's been doing blowing up commercial tankers in the Gulf shooting at our drones and video proves they are solely to blame how should we respond in your mind you know I've seen the story this morning I don't have anything to say about the contents of that and talk about intelligence matters but president trump has been crystal clear to we're gonna do everything we can to prevent any country from interfering in any election in the United States of America will continue to work hard at that Brian Kilmeade weekdays six AM to nine AM on one oh one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW win but talk of Las Vegas Edward Beiser the U. S. department of education's office of federal student aid we provide more than one hundred fifty billion dollars each year in grants loans and work study funds learn more at student age eighty W. in Las Vegas K. K. L. C. H. E. to Las Vegas K. two sixty eight CS Las Vegas from Beasley media group station special report corona virus update president trump admitted the federal stockpile is nearly depleted of personal protective equipment used by medical personnel to protect against corona virus he's also still backing off on a national stay at home order to give states flexibility state in the Midwest store if Alaska as an example doesn't have a problem so awfully tough to say close it down correspondent Jeff McKay reports the president invited oil executives to the White House on Friday to discuss potential aid for the industry because of the pandemic Exxon Mobil chevron and Occidental petroleum are expected to participate in the meeting one option president trump would consider if the Saudis do not cut output the possibility of tariffs on oil imports from Saudi Arabia stocks fell sharply on Wall Street is more signs piled up of the economic and physical pain caused by the pandemic the Dow lost nine hundred and seventy four points the S. and P. she had a hundred and fifteen the nasdaq dropped three hundred forty points and barbecues ask nearly three thousand sailors aboard the US aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt docked in Guam will be taken off the vessel by Friday as the corona virus spreads nearly one hundred of the almost five thousand sailors assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive for coronavirus acting navy secretary Thomas moblie says thousands will be removed from the ship we cannot and will not remove all the sailors from the ship and that's not what the commanding officer requested either nor the medical team our plan has always been to remove as much of the cruise we can while maintaining for the ship's safety Jan Johnson Washington federal prosecutors say a trained engineer intentionally drove a speeding locomotive off the track at the port of Los Angeles Tuesday because he was suspicious about the presence of the navy hospital ship mercy that was docked there undid the coronavirus crisis nobody.

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"beiser" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Deal on Saturday that president trump hopes will lead to pulling out some of our troops from Afghanistan going to go to the Middle East and just a couple of minutes to get some details on that and what the outlook for successes and so world markets the stock markets are bouncing back and U. S. futures are up this morning it's a good time then to get a check on Monday morning money with C. N. B. C.'s Jessica Ettinger earning Michael after many many months of saying stocks are coming off record highs we've got the opposite today's stocks coming off of lunch another one the Dow had its worst point drop in history on corona virus fears it was down one thousand one hundred ninety points four and a half percent the Dow is on pace for its worst week since October of two thousand eight California officials now say more than eight thousand people there in that state are being monitored for coronavirus investors are worried the virus will slow down the global economy and the US will not be spared a number of US companies say the virus will hit quarterly earnings and not just airlines cruise lines hotels but now drugmaker Beiser says it will be impacted as people worry about drug shortages hello says it won't have any shortage of coke or diet coke but it is initiating contingency supply plans for ingredients that sources from China all right thanks Jess after the break we go to deadlock cutter with nic Robertson has been covering the talks between the U. S. and the Taliban later on Bob Costantini joins us to talk about super Tuesday all ahead on first light Hey.

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"beiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The cello and you're listening to chill goddess Maya Beiser and this is our immigrant song series my goodness you have perfect pitch but she also had perfectly good rebellious taste and she just didn't want to do whatever was doing violent no thank you we tried a cello classical it's nice no thank you some shoes with address no all try barefoot and in the end though so many classical musicians didn't respect the music of Janis Joplin Orleans upland with so many of the pop bands in popular music he was a rebel and she wanted to combine both worlds when we come back more of the life of cello goddess my adviser here's our American story where the producers the producers our American stories find our American network and we would like to hear your story if you or someone you know has an interesting story that you would like to share with America simply email us a picture and a paragraph picture and a paragraph to your story our American network dot org just a picture yeah.

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"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You explain that yeah really differently than than a hour ago my again Sir Evans a brand and chill as my adviser we're talking about Bowie cello symphonic Blackstar you're performing this tonight he has so tell me engine there or multimedia components I saw video your cello and lit up from the underneath it looks pretty dramatic yeah this is pretty awesome so last year we we did a show at the garden museum in Boston at Isabella Gardner museum and bunch of a friend of ours created this incredible multi view multimedia reactive visuals that work with the cello they're called secret portal and and you know they're they're part of the group that created a guitar hero and rock band of video games and they're really very tech savvy savvy although it does work but it doesn't look like it or not but but they just sue what's really cool about it is that their their video projections surrounding me and there's also projections on this special leave fitted shallow that is a white cello that has projections and and which track my movement as a play and it's pretty it's pretty special yeah I I so the it at it the think the one thing that's missing from the instrumental version as the lyrics and so I would we were just kind of thinking in a fairly straightforward like how could we have clear excellent thing like was super titles would really distract from performance like in that you know just kind of take you out of it was busy so great if there was a way you could have the lyrics but wouldn't deep in the experience and my friend Alex accomplice who sort of is is interested in kind of fostering video art of various kinds sort of mentioned that that gave us this idea of having you know video element that would be immersive and that would include the lyrics but would also include kind of elements that just kind of enhance the music so his team which is called secret portal just created this amazing thing which yes my said kind of tracks exactly what she's doing and where we're doing it in the winter garden is not the normal place performances are there but it's actually there's a a kind of the big circular staircase and there's like this big circle in the middle of the big circular staircase though that's the stage and the projections are on to that circle our and it's just unbelievably beautiful I mean it looks like it's this kind of reflecting pool with these images so and that is my says her cello is also has been scanned so it can be have sensors on it so there's another projector that moves with it and projects its own images on to that that's a wild yeah so it is very limiting though yeah I think it it it seems right yeah in lieu of of David Bowie himself yeah being there yeah so little magic seemed right my guess admin Evans a brand and it shows Maya Beiser tonight mild flaying at which a garden downtown the name of the album is Bowie cello symphonic Blackstar thanks for joining us and have a good show tonight thank you so much fundamental.

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"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That yeah really differently that that occurred at an hour ago my again Sir Evans a brand and chill as Maya Beiser we're talking about Bowie cello symphonic Blackstar you're performing this tonight he has so tell me under their or multimedia components I saw a video your cello and lit up from the underneath it looks pretty dramatic yeah this is pretty awesome so last year we we did a show at the garden museum and Boston and Isabella Gardner museum and a bunch of a friend of ours created this incredible multi view multimedia reactive visuals that work with the cello they're called secret portal and and you know they're they're a part of the group that created a guitar hero and rock band of video games and they're really very tech savvy savvy although it does work but it doesn't look like it or not look at that but they just as to what's really cool about it is that their their video projections surrounding me and there's also projections on this special leave fitted shallow that is a white cello that has projections and and which track my movement as a play and it's pretty it's pretty special yeah I I so the it at it the think the one thing that's missing from the instrumental version as the lyrics and so I would we were just kind of thinking in a fairly straightforward like how could we have clear excellent thing like was super titles would really distract from performance like him but you know just kind of take you out of it but the V. so great if there was a way you could have the lyrics but wouldn't deep in the experience and my friend Alex regardless who sort of is is interested in kind of fostering video art of various kinds sort of mentioned that that gave us this idea of having you know video element that would be immersive and that would include the lyrics but would also include kind of elements that just kind of enhance the music so his team which is called secret portal just created this amazing thing which is my said kind of tracks exactly what she's doing and where we're doing it in the winter garden is not the normal place performances are there but it's actually there's a a kind of the big circular staircase and there's like this big circle in the middle of the big circular staircase of that's the stage and the projections are onto that circle our and it's just unbelievably beautiful I mean it looks like it's this kind of reflecting pool with these images so and that is my says her cello is also has been scanned so it can be has sensors on it so there's another projector that moves with it and projects its own images on to that so wild yeah so it is very fitting though yeah I think it it it seems right yeah in lieu of David Bowie himself yeah being there yeah so little magic seemed right my guess admin Evans a brand and it shows Maya Beiser tonight mildly playing at which a garden downtown the name of the album is Bowie cello symphonic Blackstar thanks for joining us and have a good show tonight thank you so much fundamental.

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"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Weekend to enjoy music from the American songbook on ninety three point nine FM you can find the music anytime online hi I'm Paul couple caught inviting you to join the party night and day at do stand a station devoted to everything lady day the lady Gaga great songs for every generation at newsstands dot WNYC is supported by the New York botanical gardens adult education program where students can exercise creativity and build careers with classes in landscape design floral design gardening and more info at NY BG dot org slash learn the Kinsley group a caller power distributor now serving New York New Jersey and Philadelphia from hospitals to data centers to residential stand by power Kinsley's been supplying power for over fifty five years Maura Kinsley power dot com support for the Brian Lehrer show is provided in part by the endeavor foundation today on all of it Alison Stewart speaks with a claim to cellist Maya Beiser who reimagines David Bowie's final album Blackstar as a symbolic piece for cello symphonic piece for cello excuse me plus dispatches from the twenty twenty Consumer Electronics Show with highlights from some of the best new products including smart home devices and robotic companions tune in today at noon on ninety three point nine FM am eight twenty or ask your smart speaker if you know how to operate it to play W. NYC W. NYC independent journalism and the public interest ninety three point nine FM ten AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation.

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Philip Glass had written for the film not quite caught see the third in a series of contemporary silent films by the director got free Reggio and he had done scores for each of the three movies the not quite cuts the film featured the cellist yo yo ma and Philip like the score so much that he re fashioned it into a cello concerto now as unusual music from as David that is Bowie from his final it is album by no Blackstar means the most improbable re cello arranged piece that you'll for be hearing cello in the next and orchestra hour because will actually and start fashioned with a little into a bit cello of another concerto cello concerto of sorts featuring created Maya Beiser out of the songs who was of David for many Bowie's years final the original album cellist Blackstar in the bang on a can all I'm stars John Schaefer the new music hope you'll group stay here with in New us York to hear both of those the and some composer arranger music from and the conductor award winning Evans Icelandic to pour in composer who was and formerly cellist the Hilder clarinetist goods and a daughter in the bang on a can all and stars quite a bit more did the arrangement we'll begin though for with this my album adviser by the cellist and my adviser their their and collaborative the composer record this arranger kind of conductor re imagined Evans of foreign Bowie cello called concerto Bowie cello is called symphonic Bowie cello black symphonic star Blackstar it is as I say a reimagining kind of a wordy title of but the complete album very Blackstar effective David arrangement Bowie's final of record some of the music of David as Bowie and a we cello just concerto heard the so with the the lengthy arrangements and really which quite were pretty eerie imaginative title track in Bowie's from original Bowie's Blackstar are here done tomorrow not is with electronics the fourth anniversary or of a Bowie's rock band death or this jazz album sax comes player out tomorrow but with and a thirty my adviser piece and ambient Evans pour orchestra in will conducted be performing by Evans it to pour in at and over in the a free top event of all that at you'll the winter hear garden my advisors atrium in Brookfield cello place re downtown imagining where we the do our melodic new sounds lines live that concerts but we originally sang including our a and silent that film we will series hear the title later track this the month epic title but track tomorrow from it's Blackstar Maya and in Evan this doing this performance Bowie it's cello a pretty concerto ambitious project that they've from a cellist fashioned who has become out of known his final for record ambitious projects we are called listening Bowie to cello music symphonic that features the cello on Blackstar this new sounds program Hilder Goodman a doctor has won lots of awards for her film music she's an Icelandic cellist won a golden globe for her music for the film joker got lots of a claim for her music for the H. B. O. series Chernobyl and this piece called bridge of death is from that Chernobyl sound track again this is music by the Icelandic cellist and composer Hilder work with the doctor music by Hildur goods and a daughter builder.

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"beiser" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on KCRW

"Coming up I had tickets for you to go to KCRW presents turnover and man I trust this is a fun to at the end of November and I'm looking for to giving you those tickets here in just a few minutes on morning becomes eclectic KCRW sponsors include U. S. blanks proudly manufacturing fashion basics including T. shirts sweatshirts and tanks U. S. blinks also offers ecosystem double fashion options and are designed and made right here in Los Angeles does the U. S. blinks dot net support for KCRW comes from UCLA center for the art of performance presenting the day on Friday and Saturday October eighteenth and nineteenth at rice all celebrated ballerina windy we live cellist Maya Beiser choreographer Lucinda Childs and Pulitzer Prize winning composer David Lange joined forces.

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Work some but of the also music of Hildegard a collaboration von Bingen between to a their vocalist own ends and a series composers like of for computer you and generated I'll hunt within shadows the hour of himself we'll also the hear singer some is music John based potter formerly on compositions of the Hilliard by ensemble other and early the group figures red bird in in and western music every the French sound composers Kelam on this to record my show originated and Kelam do five with John potter's voice that despite the Ambrose fact that field recorded these are names him that singing come from the a twelfth bunch of two in five the fourteenth songs and fifteenth and centuries then use the computer the music that to we'll hear has extract a decidedly whatever textures contemporary and sounds sound he needed to I'm John modify Schaefer hope them you'll stretch stay with them out us for a time all kinds twisting of of episode possibilities of new sounds for for and altering we'll begin and completely with the twelfth transforming century melody the sound by Hildegard and funding then in you get in the actual an arrangement recording of by the Marco song amber over the sini top so who is an here's Italian a lovely musician example but of who this plays a process Swedish at instrument work the nyckelharpa ma bell dom is souverain the traditional by keyed Kelam fiddle defy of Swedish folk music in this and his new ensemble electronic super version sonus I includes guess we lots could almost of call other it a remix odd and by unusual Ambrose sounds field like overtone singing which you'll hear a lot of in this or piece ontic we Santi will also hear an arrangement of Hildegarde's over here to see soppy NTA by the cellist Maya Beiser actually several layers of my advisors Jello and after we here Hildegarde's music for multiple cellos we'll hear some of my shows music a range from multiple violas the Balad number four is a work by Heinz Holliger the Swiss composer and oboist and he is are made this arrangement for three violist so enjoy the acoustic sounds while you can because after this opening set things get really weird modern versions just a little of medieval music we begin with Hildegarde's over onto Cui some tea from Marco amber sini at ensemble super sonus and he long game along these and all on so all this this is Louis or all.

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"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"beiser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To what's been described as a technical incident related to the ground infrastructure the problem means all receivers such as smart phones are relying on data coming from the American Global Positioning System expert said trying to restore the network and the board has been set up to analyse the exact route calls a Ukrainian television station targeted in a grenade attack has canceled a controversial documentary by the American direct to all of the stones due to what it called threats from nationalists the twenty four hour station one one two ucrania TV said it'd taken into account the recommendations of its editorial board on the possibility of sanctions Ukraine's prosecutor general threatened legal action on Thursday if the channel showed the film cold revealing Ukraine which has been condemned as pro Russian English cricket fans are celebrating have to the men's team won their first ever World Cup beating New Zealand in a nail biting final loads in London England only secured victory because they take more boundaries often normal plate went into a super over which was also tied the team's man of the match Ben Stokes said it was incredible that the game had been settled that way spectators were in a party mood as they left rules with their chance and chomps being met by passing because beeping their homes New Zealand had also been chasing their first World Cup title their captain Kane Williamson he was named player of the tournament said defeat was tough to swallow thanks your three years ago Gambians show the world the power of democracy when they removed their longstanding president yeah yeah jamming through the ballot box critics had viewed his two decade long reign as more like a dictatorship than a presidency with little respect for human rights or freedom of speech now there are concerns the new president dhamma borrow may also trying to cling to power the special report Beiser who Regulus.

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Beating Procrastination, Sand Science (w/ Vince Beiser)

Curiosity Daily

07:26 min | 3 years ago

Beating Procrastination, Sand Science (w/ Vince Beiser)

"Today. You'll learn a trick for actually using your vacation days, even when you're super busy and the science behind white darkness is actually faster than the speed of light will also learn about the hidden science of sand in a clip from the most popular interview eve done in the last year. Let's satisfy some curiosity in you manage to get away from the office this summer because it's healthy to take a vacation from work. Don't feel like you missed your chance though, because we've got some advice from a time management. Coach might help you use up those days and stay sane at work. I like it. Yes. I feel like I need to take this advice. I feel like you do too. Ashley not that. I don't like seeing you around the office. In two thousand seventeen fifty two percent of American workers with paid vacation days left, some of them unused that added up to a whopping seven hundred and five million unused vacation days overall or two million years, which is about how long it's been since humans appeared on earth and working too much has been linked with heart problems, mental health issues and a decrease in work quality in general. But a recent study by glass door found that worries about job security are the main reasons people don't take vacations, so what can you do in an article for Harvard Business Review business owner and time management? Coach. Elizabeth grace Saunders advocates something that's brilliant in its simplicity micro vacations. That's when you get out of the office, but you use a day or less vacation time. And even just one day comes with a lot of benefits you won't have to find a replacement to handle your work, you won't come back to a mountain of emails, and you can do a micro vacation once every couple of weeks. Nobody said you can only go on one big vacation every year. Year you might want to avoid taking a Monday micro vacations since a lot of people send important emails on Mondays. And you don't wanna come back to his billions messages in your inbox. But how does the three day weekends out? Take off a Friday once in a while. And another big thing is that micro vacations can be free. You don't have to spend time making a vacation itinerary or spend money on plane tickets if your job allows it you could even take a half day to take a long lunch with a friend or catch a met navy movie. You've been wanting to see whatever you do. Don't lose your vacation days. You need a vacation. Trust us. The best employees is take the most vacation days. That's true. You keep saying that to be. I don't understand why. Oh, I'm not gonna say anything. Sinned is one of the most important materials in human civilization and were running out of it. If you don't believe me, that's okay. We've got an expert who might be able to convince you we recently had the chance to talk to Vince buys her author of the world in a grain the story of sand. And how it transformed civilization? Here's what he told us. So we consume more sand than any other natural resource in the world except for water and air. That's how important it is. I mean, I say in the book, it's the literal foundation of modern civilization. And that's that's no exaggeration. Because as you say, it's I mean, you toss off concrete and glass, but really if you stop and think about concrete and glass, that's basically what our cities are completely made of every shopping mall apartment block every building in the modern world that gets built is made out of concrete, and that's an enormous amount. So we use about all in. We are using about fifty billion tons. Of sand every year that's about that's enough to cover the entire state of California about two inches deep every single year. That's quite a bit. That's quite a bit. I've got a giant world map on my wall imbed room and right in the middle. So you know, what's there? It's africa. And right in the northern part Africa. There's a big old desert. So how can there be a shortage? If the Sahara exists that's a really good question. The answer is because that desert sand is basically useless to us, and the reason for that is it the greens or the wrong shape. So desert sand has been eroded by wind over thousands or millions of years tumbling, and tumbling and tumbling and tumbling and that has made those grains, kind of rounded as opposed to the kind of sand that you find in river beds or lake beds. Flood plains even the bottom of the ocean. That sand tends to be more more angular. It's got a lot more angles and corners to it. So it locks together the way the. You needed to form a stable structure? So the thing that we use San by far the most thing that we stand for the most is concrete and to make concrete you need those same greens to lock together and desert sand just is to round to do that. It's like the difference between trying to build something out of a stack of marbles as opposed to building something out of a stack of little tiny bricks, so all that desert sand, totally useless. He's nudie curiosity. You might not know that when we first launched our podcast a weekly show where we interviewed scientists and authors from around the world will back by popular demand. We've been producing brand new feature length podcast interviews for our supporters on our patriotic page before we get to our last story. I want to give a special shout out to some of our patrons. Thank you Genevieve Moffitt Cambronne and day used Banco for supporting our show on patriot. We really appreciate it. If you love our show and you want to support curiosity daily than visit patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com all spelled out any amount helps and we try to give back. Offering cool incentives like bonus episodes, uncut interviews and fun conversations on dischord one more time. That's patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com. Eight one to no it's faster than the speed of light the speed of dark. No, really. It's a thing. That's how fun little physics lesson. And we'll preface this by saying, please don't get mad at us. We promise it's true. Even if it's kind of hard to wrap your head around. Yes. This is the second time we run this article. And we got a lot of emails about it before. And I have done my due diligence. This is absolutely for. Sure. True. All right. Here's how it works. Even though nothing can move faster than the speed of light shadows can still move faster than the speed of light a mentioned, you have a light that's powerful enough to reach the planet Jupiter. Okay. Got that. Now, imagine that it casts to be mccone that's broad enough to cover the entire diameter of the planet. When you pass your finger over that light, the shadow will cross the entire diameter of the planet. That's a distance of more than eighty six thousand miles. The speed of light is one hundred eighty six thousand miles per second. So if it takes less than half a second to move your hand that distance. Then that shadow will have broken the speed of light. Remember how he said that nothing can move faster than the speed of light. Well, that's the key shadows are nothing. A shadow is a not thing shadows are the absence of something specifically photons or particles of light since there's nothing that's actually traveling the distance thing that's moving is an area. Where photons aren't there's no information that's being transmitted faster than light only a blockage or lack of information. That means you're interplanetary shadow puppet. Show doesn't break any physical was which means we're right? And we hope you're not upset with us for this brain teaser. But we promise it's true another way to think about it is that the shadow only has the illusion of moving is actually the region that has light and has no light that is changing. Right. So it's not physically moving across the planet. Right. It just looks like it is right. You love this article. But you kind of hate it too. Oh, yeah. The love hate relationship.

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The Problem With Making Sand (w/ Vince Beiser), Happiest Spouses

Curiosity Daily

08:18 min | 3 years ago

The Problem With Making Sand (w/ Vince Beiser), Happiest Spouses

"Take their keys and arrange for them to get sober ride home. We all know the consequences of driving drunk, but one thing is for sure you're wrong. If you think it's no big deal. Drive sober or get pulled over humans are running out of one of the most important materials in our civilization and its sand. You might remember hearing about this from when we talked to Vince biser a few months ago, he's the author of the book the world and a green the story of sand and how it transformed civilization, and he really made us change the way we look at sand. Yeah. Save is in pretty much everything we build from. To concrete and grains of sand actually have to be a certain shape to work. Well in those applications today, Vince is back on the podcast to answer. A simple question it, we're running out of sand. Then why don't we just make more of it? Here's what he told us. Most hand in the world is created by erosion, it's created by weather by water and wind breaking down rock formations. And that happens Brock that's exposed in mountains and other rock outcroppings. It also happens below the ground ride room. Water moving underground can also break off bits of of rock formations under the ground and push it up to the surface as San so that's where most sand comes from. We can of course, we can make more sand you can crush down rock and make Santa artificially, and that is happening in a lot of places they have no choice, but to do that there's two problems with creating sand that way, though, one is that it's often not quite the right shape because when you crush down. Rock and turn it into sand. It's not quite the right shape as naturally occurring. San and it doesn't work quite as well for a lot of the purposes that we use sand for which is mainly concrete. The other problem with it is it's really expensive. I mean, if you think about how much energy it takes to run a machine that's capable of smashing up. Granted crushing it down to grains of sand. Takes a lot of energy which costs a lot of money. So it's much more expensive usually than just going out and scooping up naturally occurring sand in shape is sort of like the difference between cubed ice and crushed ice kinda. Yeah. Yeah. It's really like it's actually it's too angular is the problem. It's too sharp to stick together. Because what happens with like when a grain of sand is freshly broken off from a piece of rockets, really, sharp and jagged, and it gets the sandal used which mostly comes from from rivers and flood plains. It's been eroded some by the water. So it's it's been worn down. On some. So it's still got that angular already that you need to lock together. But it's not so angular that it's to sharpen that problem with artificial sand. Is it's often it's it hasn't been eroded at. All right. It's fresh sand as they call it. And it's a little too sharp to work together. It's like I say, we are they do use that Sanders more and more of it being created. But it's a problem because it's also much more expensive than than using natural stuff. It is absolutely staggering. How much how much sand will use? How many different purposes we put it to? And the fact that that we are so dependent on. I had absolutely no idea until I started looking into it

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