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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Market is just as hot as the temperatures, according to the small business Employment Watch. Arizona is leading the country and job growth in Phoenix comes in fourth for Metro dropped. Growth. Frank Fiorilli with Paychex, a payroll benefit company, tells Katie a. R. He expects these numbers to continue with more people heading back into the workforce, the fuel and what's really being driven by as a recovering the leisure and hospitality sector, which was the main driver again this summer. He adds. There is continuously strong wage growth in Arizona and Phoenix. Taylor Tesler, Katie our news I need To get a lawyer why I didn't do anything. Valley woman is suing the city of Scottsdale and the police department after she claims she was wrongfully accused of a hit and run in May Senior Garcia's taking $300,000 in damages after she was arrested on DUI and hit and run charges. Garcia's attorney, Benjamin Taylor, tells K to our officers failed to look at surveillance videos and receipts provided by Garcia before arresting her Miss Garcia's car on video by this castle galleries. Shows that her car was parked there. Prior to this incident, the car never moved. The car was always parked there and show the person jumping on her car, stopping on it. Maglia Leon K. To our news. Police later dropped the charges against her and say they are investigating what happened. You can read more on this lawsuit at K t a r dot com Arizona is among 20 states suing the Biden administration for extending LGBTQ legal protections. Protections range from transgender girls participating in school sports to workplace bathrooms. The attorney general that initiated the lawsuit argues the police the policies overstep and misinterpret previous legal president Katie Our news time is 6 37. Well, it make it 607, and it's all right. Hey, listen, There's been a huge clock in front of me for years, and I still screwed up. Here's.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Will keep up his campaign appearance schedule, including today in Michigan. But will he continue his attack ads on President Trump's handling of covert 19? Now that the president has tested positive for the virus Valley political consultant stand, Barnes tells Arizona's Morning news. I don't believe so. This is politics. This is the biggest election our lifetime. Everything's political, including a virus, including the president. Getting the virus No, no, that won't change by attitude. The president mocked the former vice president during their debate. Tuesday for wearing a big mask as he put it. Barnes also expects the president will return to in person campaigning the minute he's been medically cleared reaction to the president and first lady being diagnosed coming from both sides of the political I'll members of Arizona's Republican congressional delegation, Paul goes our Debbie Lesko, Senator Martha McSally, always statements hoping for a full and speedy recovery. Congressman David Schweikert. Joining Arizona's morning news says it's business as usual in the nation's capital important and we wish the president first lady quick recovery and wish the best. But there's still work. Also to be done statements this morning also wishing the president first lady a swift recovery from Arizona Democrats, Senator Kirsten Cinema and Congressman Greg Stanton and Tom O'Halloran jump crossed our news. Corona virus in Arizona. 551 New Corona virus cases. 19 New Death 7100 new diagnostic test in Arizona processed overnight and for more on these numbers, Health services director Characterised will join our Mike broom head in 30 minutes. Be sure listening right here on 92 3 FM, the rap and of course, Katy are dot com. Mesa Police released body Camera Video of the officer involved shooting of Unhealed Benitez that happened on Friday. Well, shots. You heard them. As police Asked beneath us to step out of his stolen car, family attorney Benjamin Taylor says they want more answers. He was complying and there's witnesses out there that said that his hands are up in the air, So we're wondering why the Mesa police shoot and unarmed young man, Taylor says over 28 shots were fired. Mesa police say three officers used lethal means. Two officers used nonlethal means. The car chase crossed into Tempe. Let's check on your traffic with Monica Read lie from the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center Peter out on the roads Right now. North bound 17 has some slowing between the split and Seventh Avenue. 51 looks good. And so does the 60 over in Arcadia Watch porn acts in a 40 for ST Thomas. And I just got word of a structure Fire 32nd Street south of Washington, plus a reminder about the weekend south on one on one Price Freeway's gonna be shut down between Rios a Lotto Parkway in baseline. Starting at eight o'clock tonight through five o'clock Monday morning for lane striping..

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And Congressman Greg Stanton, Tom O'Halloran and relegate Calva Live in Phoenix. Jump cross. Make sure you're listening tonight at seven to Katie are for a special ABC program about the latest developments on the president's announcements that he has been diagnosed with covert 19. And of course, we'll have coverage all day long stake around here for the latest Corona virus in Arizona. And in the midst of all this news, we now have the latest Arizona Corona virus number 551 new Corona virus cases and 19 new deaths Today about 7100 diagnostic tests were processed overnight. Arizona's Corona virus case Total is nearing 220,000 and the death toll is inching closer to 5700. Taylor Kiner up new State health director Dr Cara Chris joins the mic broom head show at 11 32.5 hours from now. For the latest on the Corona virus in Arizona. Listen, live on 92 3 FM, the app and of course, online at dot com. Other news. We have to tell you this morning Mesa police release body cam footage of the officer involved shooting of unhealed beneath says that happened last Friday. Multiple shots. You heard them. As police asked beneath us to step out of a stolen car, family attorney Benjamin Taylor says they want more answers. He was complying and there's witnesses out there that said that his hands are up in the air. So we're wondering why the Mesa police shoot and unarmed young man, the attorney says over 28 shots were fired. Police claim Mesa. Police fired three lethal shots, too, were fired. Two of the shots fired were nonlethal, but the car chase crossed into Tempe. Let's go check on your traffic. Good morning to Monica Read live from the Valley Chevy Dealers.

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At 503, It is 72 degrees in Paradise Valley. And if you're just tuning in breaking news this morning that President Trump and the first lady are in isolation at the White House after testing positive for the Corona virus, keep it here on Katya for continuing coverage. More help is coming for rent, Utilities and food. America County will spend another $20 million from the cares act. $3 million of that will go to food banks, their stability and consistency and helping to feed large numbers of Merrick opens safely is important. The Arizona Food Bank networks Angie Rogers says the money will help people like a server who relied heavily on tips in what is now a decimated restaurant industry. Without the help of the food bank. She's not sure where to turn. Worried about things not returning to normal. The grants could pay for new equipment, transportation for meals and salaries, Peter say, Mork If you live in Mesa and are struggling because of the band Emmick, the city wants to help you if you're at risk of being turned off because of delinquencies do that have been impacted are caused by the pandemic. We have utility assistance funds available here. John John says the funding can also be used toward rent or mortgage payments to find out if you're eligible for assistance call for a tow sixfour for care. That's for Edo. 644 care. The director of our state health department, Dr Carrick Wrist will have an update on the Corona virus in Arizona when she joins the mic broom had showed 11 30 this morning. You can listen live here on 92 3 of them. Also on the Katie. Our news app and at Katie are dot com With your left and Reach in open up the door. That's from Tempe police body cam footage during last Friday's fatal shooting of a 21 year old Mesa man. Although not visible, officers are heard instructing Angel Benitez to get out of the car. Benjamin Taylor is an attorney for beneath is his family's family right now is devastated, but they don't understand why their son is dead. They're grieving and looking as face but all the bullet wounds we understand they were over 20 towards Angel. Police say they shot Benitez with three lethal and to non lethal shots are now hearing 9 11 tape of a disturbing case of road rage in the East Valley. One emergency..

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Him about I think everybody does that with the dead that's one of the things we we do with the beloved dead Benjamin Taylor his book here we are my friendship with Philip Roth and thanks so much for being with us thank you Scott you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news from KQED news I'm Queenie Kim governor Gavin Newsom released his may budget revised this week and you've probably heard by now it isn't pretty the governor predicts a fifty four billion dollar deficit one of the areas that's taking a big hit is education here to talk about it with us is KQED's education editor Julia McEvoy and Julia we'll get to the bad news because there's a lot of it but let's talk about the silver lining yeah my impression of the governor is that he really does care about public education he called it a core value for the state of California and look we're facing revenues which have dropped off the cliff here because our economy has just been shut down and inevitably that means less money is coming into the state they can go to schools so in the coming budget year we're looking at about a fifteen billion dollar loss for schools governor Newsom has come up with a lot of proposals for the legislature and if they approve them and if the federal government comes through it could knock that figure down by about half so I'm not going to bore you clean it with the details but he's basically asking for lawmakers to move some money around some of this has to do with differing pension payments about two point three billion and he's talking about more money from the general fund for schools to try and help schools whether this as best they can but really this doesn't mean there's not going to be a lot of pain for schools unfortunately okay so now we're getting to the bad news even with all his budget maneuvering they're still going to be significant cuts yes of the big hit here is six point seven billion it's going to come out of the local control funding formula now this L. C. F. F. is something the governor brown came up with in twenty thirteen and he restructured school funding in order to get more money to go to the kids who really need it the most we're talking about kids who are living in foster care kids who are in house and English language learners of which there are many instead yes so these kids would see less money coming for them I spoke with Karen Monroe she's the only to county superintendent of schools and she's reminding us that many of the school districts in Alameda county were clawing their way back from the Great Recession in two thousand eight and she was a principal by the way in the Great Recession of two thousand eight she says this is gonna be a whole nother ballgame most of the districts in Alameda county were already facing budget cuts let's take a look at Oakland they had just approved a twenty million dollars in cuts they were getting ready to finalize their budget in June and now they're looking at having to make even more cuts and then on top of all this unlike the two thousand and eight recession were really the focus was on cutting with the pandemic the school districts are going have to shell out a lot of money to try and get the schools up and running in the era of covert nineteen yeah I mean this is the crazy nature of what we're facing right now I think this is what is heading everybody and they got it click on the one hand you're being told you've got less money to work with on the other hand you're being asked to basically reinvent education in an online distance learning environment and or create different learning structures within physical schools what does that mean it could mean you need more teachers to ensure the smaller class sizes that they're staying in cohorts of twelve students for example you might have classes in the morning for one group classes in the afternoon for the other maybe it's Tuesdays and Thursdays and Saturdays I've heard that thrown out everyone is well aware that there's going to be additional cost whether it's gonna be professional development for teachers over the summer so that they can do online learning better or even they're facing some basics right now which is how to even take attendance for students and make sure that students are actually participating when they are trying to distance learning all right well there's much more of this story to come that was KQED's education editor Julia McEvoy thanks for coming on Julia my pleasure and.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Once told his friend Philip Roth there's too much if you fill up all your emotions are out Josh and the famed novelist told him I've written in order not to die Benjamin Taylor is here we are is a prose poem to a friendship between an aging line of literature who gave voice to Portnoy's complaint when she was good the human stain American pastoral the plot against America more than twenty other novels and the younger critic who could make him laugh think can sometimes take a fresh look at himself band Taylor one of the great Proust biographers a professor at the new school in Columbia and author of the award winning memoir hue and cry at our house joins us from New York then thanks so much for being with us could be with you Scott what churned inside of Philip Roth so powerfully huh this love and desire for justice a desire to externalize some vast cauldrons of feeling and sinking and terra and inability to leave alone anything from the past you write at one point the Philip Roth he possessed the terrible gift of intimacy because people to tell things they told no one else that was true of you yes it certainly was he had this mineral hard stare that was impossible to evade when he wanted to know what was really going on which is the subject of fiction of course what what's really going on behind the facades of ordinary life is it fair to say he was a he was a much better friend than a husband well I think I think Charles was a natural bachelor and marriage didn't suit him at all either time he tried it but I wouldn't necessarily put the blame her certainly I would not put the blame on his second wife and his first wife he is magnified in the books into a kind of have a gambler over my DS who were some others succubus figure and he never got over that first marriage he was still raging about it decades after Maggie's untimely death in a car accident in a car accident and second wife of course clear bloom clips on the actors there's a funny story where you have in the book about the two of you taking a walk in the park behind the museum of natural history where there is a monument to the to American winners of the Nobel Prize speech yes ironically enough it's just steps from his apartment and there are all the names of the Nobel laureates we were examining this monument one day when a lady came up to us since and said to Philip for looking for your name it's not there well and and it brings up the question did he resent about winning the Nobel for literature he become kind of a proud of joining what in some ways is an equally select group of writers you know Joyce Kafka Virginia Woolf's frost Mercom who never won the Nobel all soon that's right and not to mention Tolstoy and Henry James and Marcel Proust Vladimir Nabokov it's quite a roll of honor those overlooked I think it just became irritating I feel rather not his retirement from writing when he was eighty I wanna play a clip from an interview we were fortunate to do with him a few years ago and he told us that he was making all kinds of new discoveries like naps the best part of it is when you wake up for the first fifteen seconds you have no idea where you are you're just alive that's all you know and it's bliss it's absolutely I love that Philip Roth of all people putting his finger on what's so extraordinary about it now yes he could be rather isn't rather a bossy in the savviest advocacy of Neve naps he would sometimes say to me in the country I'm I'm going to have my nephew you go have a nap to when I didn't feel like it and he would wake up and save my nap had a beautiful shape to it just like a gourd full bore I can you tell us what he kept in a safe is he entrusted you with that knowledge yes he he wanted to be able to make a rational exit from life if he felt he had to and they had the equipment with which to commit suicide and said if I'm unable to get to the safe myself I would like for you to do this for me included among the contents it was a box of tricks kids and because after taking the pills he grant you could sometimes become violently ill have better to not to do it on an empty stomach what do you see or hear of him in your life now well the conversation goes on death is really powerless to end the conversation like that hand to when I dream about celebs he's always in his prime and full of joy and in waking life it's when something's funny that I find myself tell me once something crosses my path I know Philip with light I inwardly tell.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Society for you to participate in doing many normal things feeling isolated and alone is almost a kind of a default status I believe the effect of this pandemic can be an opportunity and I think this is something that's very much needed you know even in the group that I was participating in I never thought to advocate for having an online retreat option available for people who can't make the retreat it is my hope that this will be a shift that will continue to grow and evolve and expand and we should advocate by the same token I would hope that people who are not disabled will also think of ways that they can use this shift this digital technology communities that have been not included before or not these kinds of activities you know specially disabled vets James angel of death Ben Taylor once told his friend Philip Roth there's too much of your fellow all your emotions are out Josh and the famed novelist told him I've written in order not to die Benjamin Taylor's here we are is a prose poem to a friendship between an aging lion of literature who gave voice to Portnoy's complaint when she was good the human stain American pastoral the plot against America more than twenty other novels and the younger critic who could make him laugh think can sometimes take a fresh look at himself Ben Taylor one of the great Proust biographers a professor at the new school in Columbia and author of the award winning memoir the hue and cry at our house joins us from New York then thanks so much for being with us could be with you Scott what churned inside of Philip Roth so powerfully huh this love and desire for justice a desire to externalize some vast cauldrons of feeling and sinking and an inability to leave alone anything from the past you write at one point a Philip Roth he possessed the terrible gift of intimacy because people to tell things they told no one else that was true of you yes it certainly was he had this mineral hard stare that was impossible to evade when he wanted to know what was really going on which is the subject of fiction of course what what's really going on behind the facades of ordinary life is it fair to say he was a he was a much better friend than a husband well I think I think Charles was a natural bachelor and marriage didn't suit him at all either time he tried it but I wouldn't necessarily put the blame certainly I would not put the blame on his second wife and his first wife he is magnified in the books into a kind of had a gambler over my DS who were some others succubus figure and he never got over that first marriage he was still raging about it decades after Maggie's untimely death in a car accident in a car accident and second wife of course Claire bloom clips on the actors there's a funny story where you have in the book about the two of you taking a walk in the park behind the museum of natural history where there's a monument to the to American winners of the Nobel Prize speech yes ironically enough it's just steps from his apartment and there are all the names of the Nobel laureates we were examining this monument one day when a lady came up to us since and said to Philip for looking for your name it's not there well and and it brings up the question did he resent about winning the Nobel for literature he become kind of proud of joining what in some ways is an equally select group of writers you know Joyce Kafka Virginia Woolf's frost Mercom who never won the Nobel all soon that's right not to mention Tolstoy and Henry James and Marcel Proust Vladimir Nabokov it's quite a roll of honor those overlooked I think it just became irritating I feel rather nuances retirement from writing when he was eighty I wanna play a clip from an interview we were fortunate to do with him a few years ago and he told us that he was making all kinds of new discoveries like naps the best part of it is when you wake up for the first fifteen seconds you have no idea where you are you're just alive that's all you know and it's bliss it's absolutely I love that Philip Roth of all people putting his finger on what's so extraordinary about it now yes he could be rather even rather a bossy in the savviest advocacy of an ev naps he would sometimes say to me in the country I'm I'm going to have my nephew you go have a nap to when I didn't feel like it and he would wake up and say my nap had a beautiful shape to it just like a gourd for held for I can you tell us what he kept in a safe is he entrusted you with that knowledge yes he he wanted to be able to make a rational exit from life if he felt he had to and they had the equipment with which to commit suicide and said if I'm unable to get to the safe myself I would like for you to do this for me included among the contents was a box of tricks kids and because after taking the pills he had read you could sometimes become violently ill better to not to do it on an empty stomach how did you make you feel to be entrusted with that responsibility and did did it make you ask if it's something you'd actually ever do I'm very grateful not to have been brought in to play in that way but hi entirely concur with the sentiment behind it which is set to there may come a point when you've lived your life and when you are facing nothing but horror and drama he would like to take the most reasonable way out by what do you see or hear of him in your life now well the conversation goes on death is really powerless to end the conversation like that and when I dream about Phillips he's always in his prime and full of joy and in waking life it's when something's funny that I find myself tell me when something crosses my path the I know Philip with light I I inwardly tell him about I think everybody does that with the dead that's one of the things we we do with the beloved jets Benjamin.

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"No matter where you look the objective of this is to cause enough people pay I want to take it out on Donald Trump a new study says covert nineteen can remain in the air for eight minutes after talking researchers at the national institutes of health and the university of Pennsylvania say thousands of droplets from people who talk loudly can stay in the air for eight to fourteen minutes before disappearing respiratory viruses like covert nineteen are released into the air in tiny droplets university of California campuses are figuring out how to best approach the upcoming school year chancellor Timothy white appeared on Good Morning America to discuss his decision to cancel in person classes do not sit out nobody can take away the value of a college education it will be different but it'll be very good Dr white says fully re opening campuses in the fall is unlikely but says educators are working on a hybrid approach that includes classrooms and virtual learning health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio a new study says covert nineteen can remain in the air for eight minutes after talking researchers at the national institutes of health and the university of Pennsylvania say thousands of droplets from people who talk loudly can stay in the air for eight to fourteen minutes before disappearing respiratory viruses like covert nineteen are released into the air in tiny droplets university of California campuses are figuring out how to best approach the upcoming school year chancellor Timothy white appeared on Good Morning America to discuss his decision to cancel in person classes do not sit out nobody can take away the value of a college education it will be different but it'll be very good Dr white says fully reopening campuses in the fall is unlikely but says educators are working on a hybrid approach that includes classrooms and virtual learning health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio a new study says covert nineteen can remain in the air for eight minutes after talking researchers at the national institutes of health and the university of Pennsylvania say thousands of droplets from people who talk loudly can stay in the air for eight to fourteen minutes before disappearing respiratory viruses like covert nineteen are released into the air in tiny droplets university of California campuses are figuring out how to best approach the upcoming school year chancellor Timothy white appeared on Good Morning America to discuss his decision to cancel in person classes do not sit out nobody can take away the value of a college education it will be different but it'll be very good Dr white says fully reopening campuses in the fall is unlikely but says educators are working on a hybrid approach that includes classrooms and virtual learning health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio a new study says covert nineteen can remain in the air for eight minutes after talking researchers at the national institutes of health and the university of Pennsylvania say thousands of droplets from people who talk loudly can stay in the air for eight to fourteen minutes before disappearing respiratory viruses like covert nineteen are released into the air in tiny droplets university of California campuses are figuring out how to best approach the upcoming school year chancellor Timothy white appeared on Good Morning America to discuss his decision to cancel in person classes do not sit out nobody can take away the value of a college education it will be different but it'll be very good Dr white says fully reopening campuses in the fall is unlikely but says educators are working on a hybrid approach that includes classrooms and virtual learning health updates Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio Annecy oneself with a chance at one thousand dollars takes the nationwide keyword family to to order to order you get a confirmation text info standard data mystery to plans nationwide contest that's mainly due to under two hundred what about Rush Limbaugh with half my brain tied behind my back as always just to be fair eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two yesterday on NPR they've got a program called fresh air I don't want their correspondence is reporting on a new biography of the American author Philip Roth now in Woburn left wing literary cell lines and circles in Manhattan Philip Roth is the end all be all he's the Stephen Sondheim of the literary world and so he this is somebody's re written a biography of the guy and of all things here here is one of the stories told by the offer Taylor also recounts some of Ralph's health struggles among other things he suffered from back and heart problems Taylor recalls one particular trip to the hospital with Roth where they jumped into a cab the aggressively flatulence driver had Rush Limbaugh on at top volume Ross in pain turned to Taylor and asked are we to be spared nothing now the author here is Benjamin Taylor so here is a Philip Roth a great American novelist rate American writer getting in a cab to go to a hospital bed for health crisis gets in the cabin cab drivers flatulence now for those of you in Rio Linda it means the cabdriver stinking up the cab pretty bad and to add insult to injury while a cabdriver stinking up the cab Rush Limbaugh program is blaring it eight hundred decibels in there and Philip Roth is dispiriting he's already down in the dumps because of his health problems may be even worse or worse and turns to his biographer and says are we to be spared the nothing the World Health Organization is now warning my friends it can take up to five years before the corona virus pandemic is under control you know what this is starting to sound like this whole corona virus story is starting to remind me of climate change rising sea levels in the next ten years good wife around New York and Miami then that doesn't happen rising sea levels in the next twenty years could wipe out New York Miami and maybe even Philadelphia the predictions keep changing they get more dire they get more dangerous more extreme and the reason for it is they're not able to scare people sufficiently about the impending doom I mean climate change has supposedly been going to destroy us you get the first in fact the first that I found I research the first climate change story that was written in the same way stories today are written early nineteen hundreds in a New York times story it's either re fox it's literally eatery how similar a story about the climate and our inability to control it in the early nineteen hundred sounds so much like the garbage that's in the media about it today all the modern era of the climate change will begins late nineteen seventy eight seventy nine with a Newsweek cover story on how the new ice age is coming five years later they dump ice age and instead transition to global warming were all.

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yesterday on NPR they've got a program called fresh air I don't wanna correspondence is reporting on a new biography of the American author Philip Roth now in left wing literary salons in circles in Manhattan Philip Roth is the end all be all he's the Stephen Sondheim of the literary world and so he there's somebody's written a biography of the guy and of all things here here is one of the stories told by the author Taylor also recounts some of Ralph's health struggles among other things he suffered from back and heart problems Taylor recalls one particular trip to the hospital with Roth where they jumped into a cab the aggressively flatulence driver had Rush Limbaugh on at top volume growth in pain turned to Taylor and asked are we to be spared nothing now the authors Benjamin Taylor so here's a Philip Roth a great American novelist rate American writer getting in a cab to go to a hospital there for health crisis gets a cab to cab drivers flatulence now for those of you in Rio Linda it means the cab driver stinking up the camp pretty bad and an insult to injury while the cab drivers think about the cab the Rush Limbaugh program is blaring in eight hundred decibels in there and Philip Roth this disparity is already down in the dumps because of his health problems made even worse or worse and turns to his biographer and says are we to be spared nothing the World Health Organization is now warning my friends it could take up to five years before the corona virus pandemic is under control you know what this is starting to sound like this whole corona virus story is starting to remind me of climate change rising sea levels in the next ten years get away from New York and Miami then that doesn't happen rising sea levels in the next twenty years going from New York Miami and maybe even Philadelphia the predictions keep changing they get more dire may get more dangerous more extreme and the reason for it is they're not able to scare people sufficiently about the impending doom I mean climate change has supposedly been going to destroy us the first in fact the first that I found I research the first climate change story that was written in the same way stories today are written early nineteen hundreds in a New York times story if you're re fox is literally eatery how similar a story about the planet and our inability to control it in the early nineteen hundred sounds so much like the garbage that's in the media about it today hello mother here on the climate change will begins late nineteen seventy eight seventy nine with a Newsweek cover.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Their correspondence is reporting on a new biography of the American author Philip Roth now in Auburn left wing literary cell lines and circles in Manhattan Philip Roth is the end all be all he's the Stephen Sondheim of the literary world and so he there is somebody is re written a biography of the guy and of all things here here here is one of the stories told by the author Taylor also recounts some of Ralph's health struggles among other things he suffered from back and heart problems Taylor recalls one particular trip to the hospital with Roth where they jumped into a cab the aggressively flatulence driver had Rush Limbaugh on at top volume growth in pain turned to Taylor and asked are we to be spared nothing now the author here is Benjamin Taylor so here Philip Roth a great American novelist rate American writer getting in a cab to go to a hospital there for health crisis gets in the cabin cab drivers flatulence now for those of you in Rio Linda it means the cabdriver stinking up the cab pretty bad and to add insult to injury while a cabdriver stinking up the cab the Rush Limbaugh program is blaring it eight hundred decibels in there and Philip Roth is disparities already down in the dumps because of his health problems may be even worse or worse and turns to his biographer and says are we to be spared the nothing the World Health Organization is now warning my friends it could take up to five years before the corona virus pandemic is under control you know what this is starting to sound like this whole corona virus story is starting to remind me of climate change rising sea levels in the next ten years good wife around New York and Miami then that doesn't happen rising sea levels in the next twenty years good white rod New York Miami and maybe even Philadelphia the predictions keep changing they get more dire they get more dangerous more extreme and the reason for it is they're not able to scare people sufficiently about the impending doom I mean climate change has supposedly been going to destroy us you get the first in fact the first that I've found I've research the first climate change story that was written in the same way stories today are written early nineteen hundreds in a New York times story if you're re fox it's literally Yuri how similar a story about the planet and our inability to control it in the early nineteen hundred sounds so much like the garbage that's in the media about it today how modern era of the climate change will begins late nineteen seventy eight seventy nine with a Newsweek cover.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTRH

"Yesterday on NPR they've got a program called fresh air I don't want their correspondence is reporting on a new biography of the American author Philip Roth now in Woburn left wing literary salons in circles in Manhattan Philip Roth is the end all be all he is the Stephen Sondheim of the literary world and so he this is somebody's re written a biography of the guy and of all things here here here is one of the stories told by the offer Taylor also recounts some of Ralph's health struggles among other things he suffered from back and heart problems Taylor recalls one particular trip to the hospital with Roth where they jumped into a cab the aggressively flatulence driver had Rush Limbaugh on at top volume Ross in pain turned to Taylor and asked are we to be spared nothing now the author here is Benjamin Taylor so here is a Philip Roth a great American novelist rate American writer getting in a cab to go to a hospital for for health crisis gets in the cabin cab drivers flatulence now for those of you in Rio Linda it means the cabdriver stinking up the cab pretty bad and to add insult to injury while a cabdriver stinking up the cab the Rush Limbaugh program is blaring in eight hundred decibels in there and Philip Roth is disparities already down in the dumps because of his health problems may be even worse or worse and turns to his biographer and says are we to be spared the nothing the World Health Organization is now warning my friends it could take up to five years before the corona virus pandemic is under control you know what this is starting to sound like this whole corona virus story is starting to remind me of climate change rising sea levels in the next ten years good wine from New York and Miami then that doesn't happen rising sea levels in the next twenty years could wipe out New York Miami and maybe even Philadelphia the predictions keep changing they get more dire they get more dangerous more extreme and the reason for it is they're not able to scare people sufficiently about the impending doom I mean climate change has supposedly been going to destroy us you get the first in fact the first that I've found I've research the first climate change story that was written in the same way stories today are written early nineteen hundreds in a New York times story if you're re fox is literally Yuri how similar a story about the planet and our inability to control it in the early nineteen hundred sounds so much like the garbage that's in the media about it today how modern era of the climate change will begins late nineteen seventy eight seventy nine with a Newsweek cover.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Back rush limbaugh with half. My brain tied behind my back as always just to be fair. Eight, hundred, two, eight, two, two, eight, eight two. Yesterday on NPR. They've got a program called fresh air. One of their correspondences reporting. On a new biography of the American author Philip Roth. Now in Guber, left wing literary salons encircles circles in Manhattan. Phillip Roth is the end all be all. He's the Stephen Sondheim literary world. And so he somebody's written a biography of the guy. And of all things here here is one of the stories told by Bay, author Taylor also recount. Some of Roth's health struggles among other things. He suffered from back and heart problems. Taylor recalls one particular trip to the hospital with Roth. Where they jumped into a cab, the aggressively flatulent driver had limbaugh on at top volume roth in pain, turn to Taylor and asked are we'd be spared nothing now. The author here's Benjamin Taylor so here. You Philip Roth. Great American novelist, great American writer, getting a cab to go to a hospital for the health crisis gets the cabinet in a cab drivers flatulent. Now for those of you in real Linda, it means the cab drivers stinking up the cab pretty bad. And the add insult to injury while the cab drivers stinking up the cab. The Rush limbaugh program is blaring at eight hundred decimals in there. And Philip Roth. His disparities already down in the dumps because of his health problems. May the even worth or worse interns to biographer and says are we to be spared? Nothing. The World Health Organization. is now warning. My friends could take up to five years. Before the coronavirus pandemic is under control. You know what this is starting to sound like. This whole corona virus. Story is starting to remind me of climate change. Rising sea levels in the next ten years could wipe found New, York and Miami. Then that doesn't happen. Rising Sea levels in the next twelve years could wipe out New York Miami, and maybe even Philadelphia. The predictions keep changing. They get more dire. They get more dangerous more extreme. And the reason for it is, they're not able to scare people sufficiently. About the impending doom, I mean climate change has supposedly. been going to destroy us. The I. In fact I that I found I've researched first climate change story. That was written in the same way. Stories today are written early nineteen hundreds in a New York Times story. It's eerie. Folks. It's literally eerie. How similar a story about the climate! And our inability to control it in the early one thousand nine hundred sounds so much like the garbage. That's in the media about it today. On the modern era of the climate change begins late, nineteen, seventy, eight, seventy, nine with a Newsweek cover story on how the new ice ages coming. Five years later, they dumped ice, age and instead transition to global warming. We're all.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Enough people pay they. WanNa take it out on Donald Trump longer back rush limbaugh with half my brain tied behind my back as always just to be fair. Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two yesterday on NPR. They've got a program called fresh air. One of their correspondences reporting on a new biography of the American Author Philip. Roth now in Guber left wing literary salons encircles circles in Manhattan Phillip. Roth is the end all be all. He's the Stephen Sondheim literary world and so he has written a biography of the guy and of all things here here is one of the stories told by Bay author Taylor also recount some of Roth's health struggles among other things he suffered from back and heart problems. Taylor recalls one particular trip to the hospital with Roth where they jumped into a cab. The aggressively flatulent driver had limbaugh on at top volume. You Roth in pain turn to Taylor and asked are we to be spared. Nothing now the author. Here's Benjamin Taylor so here you Philip Roth Great American novelist great American writer getting a cab to go to a hospital for the health crisis. Gets the cabinet. A cab drivers flatulent now for those of you in real Linda. It means the cab drivers stinking up the cab pretty bad and the add insult to injury while the cab drivers stinking up the cab. The Rush limbaugh program is blaring at eight hundred decimals in there and Philip Roth. His disparities already down in the dumps. Because of his health problems may the even worth or worse interns to biographer. And says are we to be spared nothing. The World Health Organization is now warning. My friends could take up to five years before the coronavirus pandemic is under control. You know what this is starting to sound like this. Whole Corona virus story is starting to remind me of climate change. Rising sea levels in the next ten years could wipe found New York and Miami. Then that doesn't happen. Rising Sea levels in the next twelve years could wipe out New York Miami and maybe even Philadelphia. The predictions keep changing. They get more dire. They get more dangerous more extreme and the reason for it is. They're not able to scare people sufficiently about the impending doom. I mean climate change has supposedly been going to destroy us the I in fact I that I found I've researched first. Climate Change Story that was written in the same way stories. Today are written early. Nineteen hundreds in a New York Times story. It's Eerie folks. It's literally eerie. How similar a story about the climate and our inability to control it in the early one thousand nine hundred sounds so much like the garbage. That's in the media about it today. On the modern era of the climate change begins late. Nineteen seventy eight seventy nine with a Newsweek cover.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fresh AIR Benjamin Taylor says his close friend Philip Roth told him years ago we've laughed so hard maybe we should write a book about our friendship Taylor took up that suggestion and the result is his new memoir about his friendship with Ross cold here we are book critic Maureen Corrigan has a review imagine what Philip Roth would have made of this that's what I said to my husband last month or was it two months ago during our extended families first ever zoom Passover seder we were the virtual hosts and so we watched as in groups or singly family members materialized in their little Hollywood squares cubes the little kids waved and held a plastic frogs and locusts well some of the older folks squinted into their laptops and fiddled with the audio or pressed the wrong icon and vanish for awhile all together several times the service was delayed by anxious phone calls from senior family members requesting emergency tech support in mixed marriage fashion my husband and I took advantage of the situation and made ourselves cedar cups of gin and tonic instead of manage events everyone Jeannie Lee agreed that the important thing about this shambling service was being together have Philip Roth lived long enough to witness pandemic Passover on zoom he would have been merciless Roth died in twenty eighteen leaving thirty one books behind like other Roth lovers I will always want more thank you in Taylor's new memoir cold here we all are temporarily eases the loss by giving us more of Roth's voicing conversation brilliant profanity and so very funny Taylor was one of Roth's closest friends during the last decades of his life in fact Roth dedicated his two thousand seven novel exit goes to Taylor twenty years younger gay and himself an accomplished memoirist and novelist Taylor assumes the role of Boswell to Ross Dr Johnson with ease he's always aware but only occasionally irritated that Philip Roth is Philip Roth and he's not.

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"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Poll Phoenix police say they're looking for a man who stuffed a large trash back of goods from a circle K. and fled without pain it happened Sunday around noon near I seventeen and Thomas road started Jamie Ross trial describes he walks behind the employee Connor and he starts to pull a bag with cigarettes and rides away on a bike the suspect described as a Hispanic male forty years old five nine one hundred and fifty pounds has ago T. wearing a gray hoodie with the red circular design blacks whites camo hats and a green backpack there's a tattoo on his right wrist if you have any information call silent witness it's been two weeks since Alistair Adele what's warning as Michael county attorney the first woman to be county attorney America county is settling into the job dell says she's brought in some people to help her I have assembled a group of community leaders to serve on a transition team among those on the thirteen member team our state representative all black men and valley attorney Benjamin Taylor who's represented several high profile clients including Robert Johnson who sued mesa police after video surfaced showing him being beaten by several officers this group will work with the professional staff at the county attorney's office so that we may develop a strategic plan that is measurable meaningful and and during a Dallas calling on this team to implement citizen advisory boards and to develop their strategic priorities for the county attorney's office Bob Maclay KTAR news Sony areas as attorney is pushing for a new trial for the woman convicted of murdering her ex boyfriend as is based out of me as a home in two thousand eight before the state appeals court attorney Corey Ingle accuse the prosecution's attorney Juan Martinez a repeated misconduct during the salacious twenty thirteen trial now for.

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The I seventeen and I tend to stack interchange Phoenix fire science says it's a scrap yard fire it's advised to avoid that area so crews can safely work the scene now fears police say they're looking for a man who stuff to large trash bag of goods from a circle K. and fled without pain it happened Sunday around noon near I seventeen and Thomas road sergeant Jamie Ross child describes he walks behind the employee Connery he starts to fill a bag with cigarettes and then right away on a bike the suspect described as a Hispanic male forty years old five nine one hundred and fifty pounds has ago T. wearing a gray hoodie with the red circular design black sweats camo hat and a green backpack there's a tattoo on his right wrist if you have any information call silent witness it's been two weeks since Alistair Adele was sworn in as America the county attorney the first woman to be county attorney in Maricopa county is settling into the job dell says she's brought in some people to help or I have assembled a group of community leaders to serve on a transition team among those on the thirteen member team our state representative wall Blackman and valley attorney Benjamin Taylor who's represented several high profile clients including Robert Johnson who sued mesa police after video surfaced showing him being beaten by several officers this group will work with the professional staff at the county attorney's office so that we may develop a strategic plan that is measurable meaningful and enduring Fidel is calling on this team to implement citizen advisory boards and to develop their strategic priorities for the county attorney's office Bob Maclay KTAR news now for a check.

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin taylor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A argues that Katie air news time if they don't you I mean the poll Venus police say they're looking for a man who stuffed a large trash bag of goods from a circle K. and fled without pain it happened Sunday around noon here I seventeen and Thomas road started Jamie Ross child describes he walks behind the employee Connor and he starts to pull a bag with cigarettes and then right away on a bike the suspect described as a Hispanic male forty years old five nine one hundred and fifty pounds has echo T. wearing a gray hoodie with the red circular design black sweats camo hat and a green backpack there's a tattoo on his right wrist if you have any information call silent witness it's been two weeks since Alistair Adele was sworn in as Macomb county attorney the first woman to be county attorney in Maricopa county is settling into the job dell says she's brought in some people to help her I have assembled a group of community leaders to serve on a transition team among those on the thirteen member team our state representative all black men and valley attorney Benjamin Taylor who's represented several high profile clients including Robert Johnson who sued mesa police after video surfaced showing him being beaten by several officers this group will work with the professional staff at the county attorney's office so that we may develop a strategic plan that is measurable meaningful and and during a Dallas calling on this team to implement citizen advisory boards and to develop their strategic priorities for the county attorney's office Bob Maclay KTAR news a new study by As You finds that one in four people who commit suicide in Arizona are victims of domestic violence easy professor Charles cats worked on that study he says the rate was higher for men than for women one of the other interesting things that we found was that in a partner violence suicide more frequently took place and rural communities now so check on traffic.

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Overnight America with Jon Grayson

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Jamie Apody reports from White House on event without Eagles [Video]

"Roberts of veterans senate staffers under arrest for allegedly leaking information and lying to the fbi james wolfe workers the senate intelligence committee's security director for twenty nine years which gave him access to classified material now he's been arrested and indicted on three counts of making false statements boxes joel nato prosecutors say wolf had a three year romantic relationship with reporter whose records were just seized by the fbi mesa arizona police put four officers on leave after body cam video shows three of them beating an unarmed man thirtythreeyearold robert johnson his attorney benjamin taylor people know that mesa pd has been hurting and harming citizens mister johnson is the victim in this case you officers they johnson refused to sit down as order fox news we report you tucson grant langston the new ceo v harmony if you're online dating and looking for love you're probably tired.

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