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Engaging Young Audiences With Arts Educator, Dylan Bailey
"Dylan. Hello thank you so much for joining me today. I am so excited to talk with you. And i thought we would start sort of chronologically. I mean what is time now in this pandemic but let's go back recently and twenty. Nineteen you received your bfa in theater for youth. And i want to know why you pursued that degree so in in may of twenty nine nineteen. I graduated with a degree in theatre for youth from east carolina university and i originally went to school thinking that college was going to be a shark. Cooter board of educational opportunities where i could take a class in and then day and then take a class in stage combat and anything that piqued my interest and to an extent. I made college that experience. I did take classes. That were outside of my major. But initially i started thinking i wanted to study the arts education. Get my bfa theater arts education. So i narrowed it down to schools in north carolina because i'm north carolina born and raised. That had that program so i narrowed it down. There may be a few others in state but i narrowed it down to east carolina Unc greens borough and unc charlotte and did a senior in high school thing where i toured those campuses and really got stuck in the mud on. I wasn't sure if east carolina or unc greensboro campus. For me i also was really interested in. Stow keeping acting as a as a main part of my life As a big part of my life. And so i was interested in issues professional acting program when i got to east carolina. Which was the school that i decided upon. I very quickly was cast in a production of the little prince and l. in la that was within just the first few weeks of being there.
"boros" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Navy yard. It's esteem center. Nine high schools feed into that then. The real work environment learning beijing and become employed. We need to look at certification program. Jobs available tech field where one does not need a college degree to throw the job. These are middle class and even as we encourage the windfall build out here is talk area. We can train young people to be part of that industry with a certification that costs five thousand dollars. My plan is to allocate five million dollars and really train thousands young people to fill these jobs so that we can start the process not only been on the cutting edge of the environmental relations. But also the employment issue as well as a your captain in new york police department. How would you deal with the issues of crime that now exist. Well i believe there's a real conversation. Around of the justice we deserve and the public safety that we need often times. People want to separate the two. I don't join the chorus. I'm going to rebuild trust between police and communities. I'm going to make sure that we have densify. Those officers who abuses and who are not suitable to be to expeditiously be moving from the department. But i'm also going to make sure we focus on the uptaking gun. Violence another type of types of violence and i'll city because the prerequisite to prosperity is public safety injustice and i'm going to ensure that and there ways week is number one diversify department by lowering the peace officers and i'll sending to be promoted into the actually service or we can play a better role of having police officers focus on finding crime and have a civilian population handled the other duties that we are having a police officers do so we need to change the entire ecosystem or public safety. And i'm going to lead the way in accomplishing that There's a lot of people planning to leave me off. But there's a lot of people coming in new york brooklyn is growing again. I understand this people moving back into brooklyn but the people that want to leave new york. What message would you send to them are tell them we need each other. I don't join the cars that tells the sixty five thousand new yorkers were paying fifty one percent of our income tax and there are only two percent of the income tax filers. don't join.
"boros" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"That for new yorkers. It don't know yet. Thank you and i i'm a new yorker. New york is me. Because i am them. And if you want to look over my life on how i got here. It's the same way. On new yorkers have at their level of success growing up born in brownsville. Growing up in south jamaica queens had an unfortunate encounter with police officers Instead of saying always me say why not be When size police department and a force for justice many people don't understand but they go together and that is what. I looked after when i was in the police. Department after service for twenty two years rises through the ranks becoming a captain i eventually retired and became a state senator and became the first person to cover to the president and brooklyn and remained consistent on. How do we equalities. And how do we have out city move from the functional and functional so that we can provide for all new yorkers. I understand you've been borough president now for but his eight years yes. This is my eighth year. Now and in eight years. The last eight years of brooklyn has been transformed into a different world. I mean the old adage was brooklyn. would be the fourth largest city in the country if it was a city by itself and a so many people have invested billions of dollars in brooklyn And thank you for your leadership in in brooklyn is one in leading boroughs of the whole city. Is that true. Yesterday's and we've had an amazing economic boom of one of the largest number of startups in the borough. The state controller's report really shows. How well we have done as a borough but we can go even farther if we really take out city from being a siloed place to a d. silo place and when i say that i tell offers all the time. Cities are made up of agencies. Those agencies are not operating together to correct issues in our city. Then it doesn't matter how much money we spend. We're going to continue to have an inferior product. i'm going to these silo. Our city we can move together as a team to correct inefficiency and really believe the inequities in the city. Gives you your vision. Your big vision for new york city. I mean at one time. I when i ran for mayor zinger years ago. Eight years ago my vision. I wanted to have a world's fair if your vision of what you want to see During your term as mayor well number one. I'm going to keep leaning into improve inequalities. I want to see a city of where we are educating our children so they can have a bright future. When you look at fact.
"boros" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Tweet over now. All right very simple guys from at around mayton says smile. You are on the evening news in the netherlands. I do know that no dunks. Yes in the netherlands. Right there as part of that apple keynote last week which we talked about. I think we also had his tweet. The neighbor cool. Yeah nice zoom enhance. Their we are with the f. Word with the football show. I guess this is a big deal. I don't biggest another one's now great. Let's go with the riot. Let's go on the road show weeded in by your high school teammate. Rick smits darrell. Yes no but you're right now now. The world tour has we've locked in at least three spots. It's probably melbourne. I know you want to spots in australia. But we're at least going australia or go into manila. We're going to the philippines. So we're doing that and now we gotta make a little stopover in after because we're big on the evening news going up man. Let's do it right. They switch up the screenshot there. Because coats which was in the middle of the i was hostile. Switch it up midnight. Miracle i don't know not happy to see it though with us. Well maybe they'll. I don't know maybe we'll open for them. Maybe they'll open for us on this world tour. That's what we'll do the the apple keynote were to her. Podcast okay awesome. Thank you apple picking results.
"boros" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Or was there. It's our are feeling pretty. Good with the bulls and the raptors losing their a couple of games up now at least in the wind. Yeah on those teams. I you know. The warriors are the warriors. I feel like they keep flip-flopping with the spurs in terms of like who's gonna be hosting that nine ten game but maybe we'll get some robinson lake numbers. There can't wait to tell that story to my kids twenty years from now. And you should have seen this duel between steph curry and bradley beal curry. What for sixty nine on the last night to win the scoring title. And they made the play internal crazy all right. Let's get some more mini winners here. You got another one for us. Yeah to drop a quick run here jordan clarkson of the utah. Jazz should be sixth man of the year this weekend. I was surprised to see that he missed multiple free throws in a game for the first time. This season well clarkson just not you know. He scores a lot. He should get to the line a lot. He should probably missed a few free throws so i looked at as a free throw percentage shocked to see that he's shooting ninety two percent on the season. That's incredible now. He doesn't get to the line at ten and that's probably why he isn't miss multiple free throws he's hey give me the freedom ball. I ain't going in that lane type score. And he gets it done but just a the the growth shocked to see from where he was he was a good free throw shooter but to get to ninety two percent i guess he's just found the mental game late in his twenties. I mean that's this is year seven for him good for him. I just wanted to throw out a nice little nice little stat. There just was shocked lead. That's pretty frigging oppressive. In my right it is very impressive. In fact wonder if he's going to do anything on it because it feels like there's a lot of guys this season shooting ninety ninety three percent menu quickly like he had like i think the highest percentage ever for a rookie free first hundred. Free throws yeah. I think he's dropped down to about eighty percent right now but i know there was like four or five shooting like ninety three ninety four percent from the free throw line so i wonder if that's no crowd. They wonder if that seems rare right. Yeah it sounds like you're saying thunder sticks really work it because the games are common emmanuel quickly. Maybe you stay in a rhythm awesome game. Here's another stat for to another little mini winter steph curry set an nba record for threes and a calendar month eighty five. He's at the months dot over. If we got like four days. Five days left in april air. I think the warriors play like another two games at least so you could ely curry. He could get to one hundred a month to be pretty damn awesome fifteen which sounds so stupid to say games. Yeah but yeah the nba record. Right why does they just go for fifteen in a game. Oh yeah sure You also slipped it in here. I think we should make note of it and give love to the other guy. The other executive producer. Kevin durant and mike conley serving as executive producers for too distant strangers which won the oscar for live action short film. So congrats to those guys. That's a winner of the weekend when you get the hardware like it's impressive joining. I guess kobe now is nba. We've got three of them. That'll be fun trivia question twenty years from now. Can you name all the nba players. That have oskar really really good. They'll be more. I'm sure in the future to the to get one as an actor then the question. Libra you'll be. It'll be the lead actor supporting actor to buds. Good to watch the movie. That's true maybe a supporting role and you've got one more important winner of the weekend for us hugely important if we're talking stats skeets. you know. there's nothing i'm tracking harder than rebounding did have a big beep over the weekend. Jd roll that beautiful beef footage mason plumlee had twenty one rebounds beep.
"Bad Trip": A real-life homage to the cult classic comedy "White Chicks"
"Adam neiman. How are you. Thanks for coming back on the show. I'm well how are you sean. I'm hanging in there. Adam were talking about colts colt movies and where they come from what they really mean to us today and you know i wanted to talk about bad trip on the show and i couldn't figure out who to talk to about it and then i noticed that you were a fan of bad trip now. I don't know if bad trip. Is it going to qualify as a cult movie but it feels like it's in the spirit of some other movies that have come along over the years. Would you make of this prank comedy from eric. Andre the i ve very good time watching bad trip as i think you did as well which is an. It's an extension of what he does. Sometimes on his tv work right. This kind of spont- spontaneous haphazard Using the materials of reality almost as props you know and he's fearless in the way that some of those other extemporaneous comedians. Sacha baron cohen. Dr voted also reminded me of the. We won't go too quickly into the cult thing yet that reminded me of jackass. Just in the extremity of it. I mean i happen to think jackass was very good for culture and probably belongs in the louvre museum and the smithsonian in the hall of fame is one of the great things ever for me for lotteries in But also just that idea of the body and extremity and feeling like something is both very kind of disgusting and unembarrassed of being disgusting which is kinda gets into the territory of cults. 'cause cult is all about taboos and breaking them in exceeding them. But you also want to be too pretentious about delay. This is a movie. Where to people's penises get stuck in a chinese finger trap or where people projectile vomit or just absolute insane exchanges in public spaces and maybe was just my mood. But i found it like just devastatingly funny from from beginning tent and laughed kind of the way i laughed at stuff like jackass and borough which is this very liberating
NRA exec sheltered on borrowed yacht after mass shootings
"NRA leader Wayne lapierre is way of getting away from the criticism of his group following school shootings was on a borough job away from the mainland in a deposition in the national rifle association's federal bankruptcy trial in Dallas long time head Wayne lapierre acknowledged sailing to the Bahamas with his family as a security retreat following a twenty twelve school shooting a Connecticut and a twenty eighteen massacre in Florida the deposition quotes lapierre saying thank god I'm safe nobody can get me here as he used to borrow job with its motor boat in cedars the N. R. A. declared bankruptcy in January to end its incorporation in New York for more gun friendly Texas New York Attorney General the teacher James is suing to dissolve the NRA amid claims executives it legally diverted tens of millions of dollars I'm Jim acquire
Poll Suggests New Yorkers Are Undecided On Who Will Get Their Vote For Mayor
"What's going on a new poll finds 50% Of Democratic New Yorker voters don't know which mayoral candidate they will vote for in the June 22nd primary in the Pontus Advisers, Court Decision Analytics, Pole entrepreneur and former presidential candidate Andrew Yang leads the pack of candidates with 16% surveyed saying they will vote for him in second place. 10% Brooklyn borough president, Eric Adams, followed by Maya Wiley at 6%. The survey finds, though, that 50% of likely voters are still unsure who they will support come June. The poll finds that Yang still has the strongest name recognition 85% of those surveyed Say they have
Cuomo Accuser Lindsey Boylan Speaks Out At New York City Rally
"The first woman to accuse Governor Cuomo of inappropriate behavior calling for him to be impeached. Lindsay Boylan, speaking at a rally in Manhattan's Washington Square park this afternoon on Leeway we can hold this governor accountable is to impeach him. Boylan is a former aide to the governor who alleges Cuomo tried to kiss her in his Manhattan office in 2018. She's currently a candidate for Manhattan borough. President. Cuomo has denied he did anything
Candidates Find It's Not Easy Getting New Yorkers To Sign Their Ballot Petitions During A Pandemic
"Anywhere in the city in the past week or so, you've probably noticed clipboard toting volunteers asking you to sign your name. That's because it's petition season. Each person running for office in New York City needs to collect hundreds of signatures to make it on the ballot. And there are more than 500 people running. W one my CI's Glen Hogan reports. I could you help get a candidate on the ballot for Manhattan Borough President Volunteer Rachel Pratt is collecting signatures in Madison Square Park. Do you think it helps get a candidate on the ballot for Manhattan Borough President Tire? You have registered Democrat in Manhattan? Okay, she's trying to get Kim Watkins on the ballot for Manhattan borough president. And it's tough going in about a half an hour. She's only gotten one person to sign. Well, I think I have to finesse my ass because I've got a up my game that passes another person, also collecting signatures and gets her second of the morning. That girl said. All right, I know what it's like. And you can use your own town values a sympathy signature. Not just anyone. Consign. You got to be a registered voter in the same party as the candidate running. And your address has to be in the district where the races but don't sign for two candidates in the same race. One of those signatures will probably get thrown out cold that has made this election season particularly challenging. I know it's a pandemic, and people have reservations about getting too close and having conversations more than 100 candidates tried to suspend petitioning The judge ruled against them. Last month, state lawmakers did lower the number of signatures required, but they also shortened the time people have to collect those signatures. Lincoln wrestler who's running for City Council, says he tested positive for Cove it right after collecting signatures, and Loree Sutton cited covert concerns about petitioning as one of the reasons she suspended her campaign for mayor. It's like ridiculous that I think may expect people to stop and sign things because, like I probably stop for myself honestly, if I was walking the streets, this is David Estrada also stocking Madison Square Park for some things. I miss. You mentioned Democrat Manhattan. Any chance he's collecting signatures for tally for Haiti, and Weinstein, a candidate for Manhattan. D Yet my gun for hire Yeah. So I just whoever pays me the highest collect signatures for basically honestly and it's all analog. No online petitions here just the serendipity of safely crossing paths with the right person with a clipboard. Thank you so much. Thanks for signing When Hogan W N Y c news form or on the elections
An Encyclopedia of Betrayal
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Carrie Bernans Talks Connecting with Other Actors, Confronting Stereotypes Of Black Women
"I was like eh part of every church events. You their dance department. And their easter sunday plays and stuff so i would say that was. My first start was in the church and then the second star was like in the school theater. Plays and stuff like that and then after that After high school hosted the eight in college and disembowel in college. And then i got cast in a couple of community theatre plays and musicals although i don't really saying I guess that was good enough to make you know. I think i need to use voice training so that was like my initial start and i loved theater so much. 'cause you eat the same thing and then you just get better and better and better and and it just so much fun because you're playing with people on your living in this bigger than life imaginations and just like it was is bringing things to life so that was my initial start and then i m did Single ladies on vh. one with stacey dash. Lisa ray when i was in atlanta one summer in college as well and that was my first time on like actual tv set and then it kind of grew from there. You find the on camera just clicked with you more so than theater yet. It definitely i think. I mean the either clicks with me too. 'cause i think i am. I am very loud and just like very theatrical for only slightly dramatic. I wish you pump it up a little bit. Mccurry the pop up now. Tv was also just really funny. I was just like oh. My god is so cool but tv. I had to learn how to tone it down a bit be more. Quieter more intimate. Tv wasn't adjustment. But i did find light. Tv and film was much more fun for me and it moves a lot faster to them. Theater does Which i really love in a you can do more. And you can explore more and play with more carrots As i mentioned in part one it was. Actually the ceo of we audition. Darren darn borough. Who introduced me to carry. So i wanted to take a little time out to talk to carry about how she found out about. We audition what it's meant to her and how she uses this online community to further her own craft and career. yeah discover. We had nothing when they were really just the startup where they first came out. I think dare since they started. And i don't remember where exactly i was at. Maybe i saw something ally and i was like. Oh this is cool. And i got on. I started using it. And then i think darren reached out to me and then he started putting me as like a mvp and stuff like that's all became like more engaged with it. And i love we auditioned. I think it's it's definitely helped me a lot Because i would addition a whole lot in sometimes. My friends wasn't getting the same amount additions. I was getting so. I fell back accidents. To help me with an audition. They were not addition at the moment so it was great to go to this online resource to meet other actors to get their help with an audition and they had no tied to me. I guess you could say they just wanted to practice leading or scripture acting themselves and it just has been such a brilliant platform for media's in what are the ways besides just auditioning have you been able to use it. Yeah i've met with cast directors on there. They have these coffee. Our kind of sessions where you can meet casting actors for you know five to fifteen minute conversation. I've also met a couple writers on there. I also have used. It suggests like breaking down other stuff like that. I'm writing in having actors. Read it on their mind themselves like putting my stuff on there And i've also built some incredible friendships. I went to sundance last year. And i we auditioned co-sponsor to house so it allowed us premium access to like this really nice house and then a part of the package that we paid we also provided publicist which allowed us to get some more bits that we were doing and the friendships said i made within. The house was definitely like a big win. That i've now taken in so like twenty twenty one with me and i still talk with a lot of friends.
New York City Man Arrested, Charged With Sexually Abusing Teenage Girl
"A Jewish civilian anti crime patrol in Brooklyn himself, is now facing federal charges. Of underage sexual misconduct. James Flippen files this report. Federal agents took 62 year old Jacob Yankee Daskal into custody at his home in Borough Park. He was originally arrested on similar charges back in 2018 by the NYPD all tied into a girl who was then 15 years old. Prosecutors say. Daskal told the girl he loved her and tried to keep the whole thing quiet. After they'd engaged in sexual activity in Brooklyn at his summer home in Sullivan County, and even at a hotel in Chicago, Daskal is the founder of Sham Room. The civilian patrol that works very closely with the NYPD. James
Mutual-appreciation anxiety: Putin and Erdogan
"At a rally yesterday the prime minister of armenia nicole passion. Yon warned of an attempted military coup. He told crowds. It was the army's job to defend the country. It was up to the people to decide whether or not he should step down. Y'all guy even hats manhattan borough. She mr young has faced protests since a peace deal struck in november. In which is our by. John gained territory in nagorno-karabakh a largely ethnic armenian enclave. Mr john has protests since a peace deal was struck in november in which is by john games territory in nagorno-karabakh a largely ethnic armenian enclave clashes over the region had erupted repeatedly since nineteen ninety-four drawing in russia which stood behind armenia and turkey which back oscar by john but in the end it was russian president vladimir putin and his turkish counterpart rany tight air to one who put it all to rest. Brokering a peace deal. That's just one sign of remarkable political alliance. It's picking away at the post cold war geopolitical order so i think it helps to go back to the really low point of relationship which was in two thousand fifteen. Daniel franklin is our diplomatic editor. Turkey shot down a russian warplane which had been flying over syria. Entered it's ass base and this happened. After repeated warnings to the russian pilot in the warnings became increasing urgent they were ignored and turkish f sixteen fighters that were patrolling shot. The plane down remember turkey is a nato member and had engaged with russia militarily. That's not something that happens. Often and russia responded quite vigorously by imposing sanctions on turkish products and a bombed ethnic tuchman fighters in northern syria that allies of the turks so that was Towards the end of two thousand fifteen and into the beginning of two thousand sixteen but it was a dramatic shift. If you remember in the summer of two thousand sixteen there was an attempted coup jet sopa head. The world watched in shock as a military coup and in turkey eight. Us ally a major strategic partner in the fight against isis putin was quick to call president of and commiserate show solidarity is some suspicion in turkey. Anyway that gave some advance warning to add one that his life was in danger helped move him out of the area where he might have been bombed and from that point onwards things have changed dramatically in the two men developed this kind of own tone this brotherhood of hard power. And what is it. That had changed between the downing of the bomber and this evan beginning of a friendship they first of all recognize in one another leaders who know how to use power in a full full way but there are other similarities between them in terms of that authoritarian style of leadership at home. And there's a common set of grievances against the west in turkey's case decades of not being properly accepted wanting at one stage to join the european union but being put on hold. And i think one of the reasons why the attempted coup was such a turning point for adwan is that he came under attack from his own planes and he felt that nato had improperly come to support nato countries were slow to express solidarity so he started to think that maybe putin was someone could depend upon for his own survival where he couldn't necessarily depend on nato partners and how the relationship between these two men evolved since then it's developed in some very concrete ways add one has bought from russia s four hundred air defense system. So it's a nato country. Remember that is buying russian. Ed defense system that does not delighted his nato partners. It's meant that it's been kicked out of the f thirty five fighter jet program that Nato has its face sanctions from america and despite all that it's gone ahead and on the ground in particularly serious led to kind of accommodation even though they're on opposite sides they've managed to accommodate each other's objectives in particular turkey vis-a-vis the kurds and most recently they've accommodate each other in the south caucasus. Where again they support opposite sides. The russia has played its role as a mediator. Turkey supported azerbaijan. And they've managed to end up with a result that suits them both well. Russia has peacekeeping troops on the ground. Turkey has an economic opportunity and the air that causes missed out has got nothing out of this is the west. You mentioned the word accommodating in the sense that that perhaps they're just essentially keeping out from under each other's feet or is there more to it than that. There is more to it than that because a particularly developed closer ties economically. The two economies have been struggling so they can do all the support they can get and although russia has a big surplus with turkey. Turkish contractors get a lot of business from russia. So there's the economic aspects of the relationship is particularly important and putin to have turkey as awkward member of nato driving a wedge within nato. That's a huge attraction for him and for to and sometimes to be able to play off the west and russia that's also helpful so that they play the power game very effectively by using each other and given all of that. Would you call this alliance proper and if so what should the west make of it well. It's a remarkable development given the long history between the two countries going back centuries. It's remarkable when you think of the more recent history of of the to literally coming to blows as recently as two thousand fifteen but it's far from being an alliance turkey is still a nato member that's valuable to it and it's also bristled it's fragile. Remember they are on opposite sides even where they're accommodating each other in places like syria in libya they have differences over ukraine over georgia as well so there are many places where this could deteriorate rapidly. It's rather brittle its recent depends too much on personalities with big egos so does mean that. There's absolutely no guarantee that this is going to last or even develop further so in that sense. You think the west doesn't need to worry because the alliance will eventually fall apart from. It's the concern for the west. It's certainly a challenge. One of the things that will be on the radar screen of the biden administration. It's a worry that there is this increasingly close relationship between her big important nato member and russia and although it's bristol although it could blow up in various ways it's a serious concern and worry that a nato member like turkey could drift further away from its moorings
Andrew Cuomo accused of sexual harassment by former top aide
"Administration is offering new details regarding her allegations of sexual harassment. Lindsay Boylan is a Democrat running for Manhattan borough president She worked for more than three years, is an economic adviser in the New York governor's administration. She tweeted in December, the Cuomo sexually harassed her now in a post on the Web site medium. She says Cuomo. What's kissed her on the lips without consent after a meeting will go out of his way to touch her and joked that they should play strip poker. She says she first met Cuomo in person and an event in January 2016 and that her boss informed her the governor had a crush. She described it as an uncomfortable but all too familiar feeling. The struggle to be taken seriously by a powerful man who tied her worth to her body and appearance. Almost spokesperson says Boylan's claims of inappropriate behavior are quite simply false. I'm Jennifer King. Tonight's Vegas Golden Night's game against rival
Former aide says Cuomo kissed her, suggested strip poker
"A former member of New York governor Andrew Cuomo's administration is offering new details regarding her allegations of sexual harassment Lindsey Boylan is a Democrat running for Manhattan borough president she worked for more than three years as an economic adviser in the New York governor's administration she tweeted in December the Cuomo sexually harassed her now in a post on the website medium she says Cuomo once kissed on the lips without consent after a meeting will go out of his way to toucher and joked that they should play strip poker she said she first met Cuomo in person and event in January twenty sixteen and that her boss and former the governor had a crush she described it as an uncomfortable but all too familiar feeling the struggle to be taken seriously by a powerful man who tied her worst her body and appearance personal memos written twenty eighteen obtained by the AP indicate that more than resigned after she was confronted about complaints that she had belittled and yelled at her staff well and says the records released to the media as part of a smear campaign Cuomo spokesperson says Boylan claims of inappropriate behavior are quite simply false I'm Jennifer king
Waiting on the world to change
"What's going on everybody. You know who it. Is you know what time it is. It's time for uncle. Chebbi talks which have paid back at it again with another episode. Listen as you heard from the man. John lead not john legend little long day today. John maher. We're still waiting for the world to change today. We're gonna talk about something that's manhattan. News lately has been spoken about a lot and more and more cases keep happening and in the aspect of you know new change new president new everything. It's important we talk about it because it's it's something that needs to be changed needs to be brought in a couple of months ago. I an episode of black lives matter and it was important. We talked about at that time because it was a very controversial issue a lot of injustices going around our country and it was something that was not being swept under the rug. It was bringing you shown everywhere and this situation right now. Going on in the world is kind of under the rug. I guess if you want to say So for all of you who don't know over the last past three to four weeks. There has been an increase in crime against asian americans and asian american descendants. And it sucks to see this because you would think that as a country in twenty twenty. We wouldn't have to deal with this. You know i get it. Racism is apart stigma of this country. That's been back from when it was founded it's built into the system systemic You know i'm not gonna have the argument of truth as it happens but this is something that unfortunately stands from that could have been avoided really like now. People are attacking asian americans for no reason and today was another thing on the news where this poor girl. She was just simply walking videos on an answering. You can go look at it. She's being harassed by some ecorse. I mean you know. Typical man white male with two bulldogs. Young i her and telling her that her country and nobody cares about her and search spitting at her. Why what and accused case of this going on and on and on there's another case in san diego or an old man in asian man was beat to death be into death for no reason and people are saying why is going on. Why is it happening all of a sudden. You know why it's going to happen little sudden there's only one man to blame Really i i've been advocate of me liking him for a while now and that man is donald john donald j trump thing. He's office but it all stems back from an idea that he impl- implanted in the minds of his naive followers. Because that's really what they are. They're naive because they don't know better. i wanna believe and give them the benefit that they don't have that racism in their heart. I really don't People are taught that or they're shown to learn how to hate no one's ever born with it and it all started with the covid nineteen situation and you know calling it the china virus i get. The virus originated in wuhan china. The virus came from china but to put that stigma in time word countries already divided based on race situations. You know that the is already on edge with all that's going on with black lives matter the police and all these things going on and you wanna put this gasoline on the fire and saying oh well now. We have the china areas. And then you're gonna call the flu and saying racist things about it like at some point. You've got to be like dude. You gotta stop. You can't be doing this and nobody did that. Unfortunately it took an election to them out and for it to stop but it's obviously not stopping things are happening and people are gonna say. Oh well it's not. It's not that serious borough. Just forget it happens. Whatever people are like that no you know why it's interesting that we have to talk about because asian americans have been given to enter the stake for a long time just as bad as not just as bad as african americans. That's different situation. But as bad as the irish as bad as latinos and all this aspect asian. Americans were first scrutinize when they moved here to the united states and they were not able to find a job and they were forced not forced to work but they were given the opportunity to work on the transcontinental railroad which they helped build that entire railroad along with the irish unfortunately though the chinese asian all those who moved here denied get paid very. Well they didn't have any of the sources that you know that a white male will get at that
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Emerging Opportunities and Exciting Business Lessons with John-Paul Iwuoha
"Now. We are talking about africa. I wanna know john paul. Why why do we need to keep africa on our radar very interesting question. So one one thing that keeps me. Loyal to entrepreneurs on fire is the quality of stories and experiences of ultra preneurs. Who've made it that's one big reason. Why listen and. I'm also sure that's why many people listen to the show but interesting is what being on entrepreneur means that you're able to live in the now and also prepare for future so it's almost impossible to think about the future and nothing about and here's why when you look at the population of the world. Africa correctly has the youngest population of people. Right now sixty percents of people on the continent of the age of twenty five. So this is more or less looking at china. Before china became china up to date china more or less the second biggest economy in the world the factory of the world and all of that so you can imagine that people who saw china. The china became china. Actually the ones who got in on the meat of the game. So that's exactly what africa represents but more importantly there have been events in the past couple of years that have put africa in the centerpiece. The very most the most recent one which is very interesting is covid now all the time most companies have built their supply chains around china and south east asia but then when it hits it was obvious that supply chains with very vulnerable. And if you're going to diversify your supply chain. It's impossible not to look at africa if you're looking at affordable label if you look at them. The truck symmetry of the continental either north america or europe. And what are the means. Most countries on the continent either speak english or french and these are more or less global line. Which is you're going to penetrate any of the big markets and. It's really now happening. Because what the chinese are doing is the chinese. Market is starting to specialize in advanced high-tech stuff. I most of those low cost production that brought business the whole of storing from america. When are beginning to see going to places like vietnam. Bangladesh and other countries in southeast asia. But then you cannot forgo a population of one point three billion people which is what africa presents and what we're seeing is some companies setup accretions within the african continent places like rwanda at the opium ghana senegal. And what they're doing is they are preparing. These guys are digging for the future and one interesting. That's happened in the last four years in america. Is the people in africa. So in america when you think about africa the image that comes to mind is charity and philanthropy. Africa needs. Needs help and help and help. So the approach of the americans this time and even europe has been to help africa give africa aid. Give them all of that. What the chinese are doing is they're coming with more or less trade and business and things. What africa needs really because you have this population of very young people enterprising people. I mentioned that sixty percent of the world's uncle beats at arable. Land is in africa so in most parts of the world with maxed out the land space. Yes we're doing. We're using technology and other means to increase the yield on the land. But when we're talking about virgin space. Federal land arable land. Most of it is still in africa. Still cultivated and we're looking at a global population that is set to double back at least by the time we reach two hundred fifty or more according to the un and if we do not keep pace with globe with population growth would amount of food were producing then the world is going to be faced with serious threat of hunger so these are just a few examples of why africa needs to be on your rita. Yes so thinking about now. It's great but you're thinking about the future you need to remember that even before could hit five of the top. The top ten fastest growing economies in the world when africa. These are not really things. We've seen the mainstream media. Why i'm happy that chain. Is that the approach of the chinese in africa. Doo controversial is a big difference. This guy's coming here boots on the ground and they're dealing with the market. The previous relationship with africa has been to deal with africa's governments give african governments money for age and they develop africa unfulfilled years. It's never happened instead. It's helped enhance corruption. A sense of entitlement and dependency so most of the problems never get so because that's free money free money fluent in from europe money flowing in from north america so what people like us exist to do is to show that the people we should be voting. For with our money is the entrepreneur's they're the ones who have the incentive and the motivation to really solve africa's problems and guess what's global money starting to call me and i'm sure many ago minova listeners. On on on entrepreneur no stripe the big global player in in payments strike just acquired an african company. Niger company for two hundred million dollars. That's a major exit and it's stories like this that are starting to prove that africa is not a charity case. Africa is opportunity. The programs are trying to solve through eight. Actually need to be solved through entrepreneurship and the process. We create more jobs more wealth and greeted big happier world john. Let's talk about what you see as the most interesting opportunities that exist right now. I mean you talked about a lot of opportunities. I love how you really are hammering home. The fact that entrepreneurship is what is going to turn africa around and really bring that continents into the as we move forward into twenty twenty one and beyond but specifically what are the one or two most interesting and fascinating opportunities in the business world that you're seeing right now. The first interesting one is more or less. I talked about it earlier. In terms of africa's potential to produce food because right now we're looking for the next food basket of the world and one interesting that africa offers is the or what's we've we now know as superfoods so for example there's a grain that's grown in west africa. It's a green code for new now. This green is so rich in cultural significance for example when the tombs of ancient in jim ships are more or less opel excavated amongst other materials. Like honey. and things like that four new for new f- who is one of the greens that it that the ancient egyptians actually put in the the pyramids in the borough chambers of dead feroz. That's tell you how important it was back. Then this is like one of the longest growth one of the greens has been grown the longest in history almost five thousand years now. The reason why new is important is when you look at the american market and european market more or less developed world and you see how important health and wellness is this all about eighteen. Organic food. Gluten free food and things like that you announced that to see if like for new is actually superfood but in africa is grown by people in africa eating by people that i start to see what america has done with them a green assira like we know what which is more or less breakfast zero before quinoa became like a blockbuster serial in america it had the same profile as phone. You in south america. So what we're beginning to see. Is they celebrate to ship in. New york is named spear pm. He's now taken for neo his packaged. It's not just in its physical formats but in the narrative that used salads and last year. I think it's early this year. It got the national distribution across the united states in whole foods. You know to distribute this kind of food and new just one. I know listeners may be familiar with moringa which is another superfood. it grows in the wild in africa. We really take you for granted over yet. But then we've sent entrepreneurs coming here and repackage it into something that selling like a lot because it resonates resonates with the health and wellness movements the big trend going on in the
NFL writes to Biden offering all stadiums as vaccine sites
"The NFL is offering all of its sports stadiums as Colby vaccination sites and a landmark baseball venue is also in use take me out to the ball park takes on a whole new meaning in the age of Kubic nineteen Yankee stadium's now become a giant vaccination clinic for residents of the Bronx in New York the hardest hit borough team manager Aaron Boone the whole pie no that is being provided today is is special to all the people here in the area and all the people that will come through there were long lines but Goldie Albert body is glad she stuck it out it was simple you know data took my I. D. and then I went on to get this out meanwhile NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent an offer to the White House thirty more football stadiums on top of the seven in use to serve as mega vaccination sites hi Jackie Quinn
Bronx Boosters: Yankee Stadium becomes mass vaccination site
"Yankee Stadium is hosting a different type of crowd starting today the virus pandemic has hit the Bronx hard so it's ball park is now a mass vaccination site today is a special on opening day as Yankee stadium's ever seen Yankee manager Aaron Boone was among those at the stadium as borough residents like Goldie Alber gadi lined up for shots not so much for Lawrence Francis who gave up after standing in the rain as it gets ready for Super Bowl Sunday the NFL is offering all three of its stadiums as vaccination sites seven are already being used to from Baltimore to New England Sager made ani Washington
Boston's Gillette Stadium Opens As State’s First Mass COVID Vaccination Site For First Responders
"Stadium officially opening today as the first mass vaccination site for first responders and health care workers here, amounts of truce. It's WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville joins us live now from Foxboro with the very latest, Susan, What can you tell us? Well. Tina 500 for first responders and health care workers are scheduled to be vaccinated here until its stadium today about 50 an hour. One of those is Amy Sotomayor, a home care physical therapist. She says. She's not usually a vaccine person. But with this one she feels relieved. I'm still going to do the same thing. I'm still gonna distance the way I'm supposed to. I'm still gonna wear all my gear. It work and protect my Children change in the garage. Things like that, But it's not gonna change. What I do accept, I'll do it with less stress a little bit less stress. She's already scheduled her second shot. They're vaccinating 500 a day today through Friday, Starting next week, they'll vaccinate 1250 a day in Fox Borough. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio want to
"boros" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"Five half hour of all time. Eight is pound for pound. Maybe the best one it's crazy. I've watched it so many times. I used to watch this special. I would walk. I ripped it sorry. Comedy central illegally. Ripped it off the internet when i was in high school. Napster some shit and i would just listen to it as i would walk the hallways and i would laugh my ass off. I loved it so much. I don't know if fit this in here but he has been about postcards that just kills me about. He wants to whatever somebody i. It's probably in the clip. So you just heard it. But the the idea of sending your neighbor a postcard and then flipping it over. And it's just you holding a shotgun one of the hardest times. I ever laughed out loud. And i just i just think it's so joked packed. There's no filler. it's it's wall to wall funny enough. Jim time for that guy. Boros last episode that okay. What that second pick so. I decided to play some of my stuff from comedy central and i. I went with my half hour because unfortunately this is what breaks my heart about the show and then coach is. What's fucking half hours or hard to find like people. It's hard for to see them. It's like people. Were asking me when it came out. How do i watch it. And i was a year to go to. Cca dot com. And then you gotta click through half hour. You gotta do all this shit. It's tough it's tough so i hope that these don't get buried. I loved doing the show. Because i liked being able to to uncover some of this stuff and comedy central. Does the team comedy central. There's a great job of clipping things up and putting them on their social media and that that does a lot of the heavy lifting for this. But i was thinking about it and it's like watching i don't usually like i don't like watching my own stuff but i'm i'm very proud of this half hour and.
"boros" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello were nerds welcome to this soothing episode of the dictionary. I'M GONNA speak like this the whole time. But in the last episode I was yawning a lot and I think every time I looked down. which I was doing most of the time I don't know it just made me on. So. Let's try and not make that happen this time. The first word is born B. O., R. N. adjective from. The before the twelfth century, one, a brought forth by or as if by birth one, be synonym is native. Usually used in combination as in American, born, one-seat, deriving or resulting from usually used in combination again as in poverty born crime to a having from birth specified qualities as in a born leader. To be being in specified circumstances from birth as in nobly born also is in born to wealth three destined from or as if from birth as in born to succeed. This is from. Old English Boren or Bhairon, which means to carry and there's more at the word bear. Next. Is Born again two words they hyphen adjective from ADP eighteen, sixty one sorry. Had some guests that came out like a burp one of relating to or being a usually Christian person who has made a renewed or. Commitment faith especially after an intense religious experience never to having returned to or newly adopted an activity. A conviction or a persona especially with a proselytizing zeal how do you say that word proselytizing I thought there was a t h in their proselytize, but maybe not as in a born again. Conservative. This is from the verse in the Bible. That says except a man be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God from some letters and numbers. Are Right now we have the word born, but this one has an e at the end. It is the I form past participle of the word bear be our. Second form of born adjective from Circa Fifteen, fifty, nine transported or transmitted by, and that is used in combination as in soil born or airborne. Next is Borneo or Borneo. B. O. R. N. E. O. L. Noun from eighteen seventy six, a crystalline cyclic alcohol C ten, h seventeen o h that occurs in two. And Nam Matry Americ- wet. And then an-and trio Merrick it goes over to the second line. Why is it that the hardest words go over two lines? And Nan trio merrick forms is found essential oils and is used especially in perfumery. This is from the the island of Indonesia called Borneo. Next is bore night. Noun from. Circa eighteen forty seven, a brittle metallic looking mineral that consists of a sulfide of copper. Consists of a read that correctly that consists of a sulfide of copper and iron and is a valuable copper or. This is from German. Let's see. Okay. Yes it is from. Ignacio von born. WHO DIED IN WO 179 not. Oh Oh boy I misread that. died in seventeen, ninety one was an Australian Mineralogy I. and. So They took his name and they made born knit B.. O. R.. And then we changed it with an e at the end for night. I thought that the one in seventeen ninety one was a right bracket, but it is not. All. Right. Next is borough B. O. R. O.. It is a prefix which means Boron as in Boro. Silicate. Next. Is Borough hydride now known from nineteen forty, the an-and be h four of Boron. And it looks like there's a minus sign next to the four but super script I don't know what that means. So the end of Boron and hydrogen that is used especially as a reducing agent and as a source of hydrogen atoms also any of various compounds as of metals containing the borough hydride antion I don't know what an anti on is but I'm sure I read it before. Next is Boron. Noun from eighteen twelve, a try vaillant metal Lloyd element found in nature only in combination and use the specially in glass and. And then it says, see the element table Moronic is an adjective. You just switch the be with an m. and you have something completely different moron. MORONIC. Next is Boron. Carbide, now, from Circa nineteen o nine, a refractory shiny black crystalline compound before see that is one of the hardest known materials and is used especially in abrasives and as a structural reinforcing material. Next is borough silicate or. Silicate it is a noun from eighteen seventeen, one, a silicate containing Boron in the antion and occurring naturally number two synonym is borough silicate glass, which is our next word Noun from nineteen thirty three, a silicate glass that is composed of at least five percent oxide of on and is used especially in heat resistant glassware. Next is borough This is the one that I mentioned a couple of episodes ago B. O. R. O. U. G. H. Noun from. Before the twelfth century one, a medieval fortified group of houses forming a town with special duties and privileges. One be a town or urban constituency in great. Britain, that sends a member to parliament one see an urban area in Great Britain Inc for purposes of self government. To a a municipal corporation proper in some states as New Jersey and Minnesota corresponding to the incorporated town or village of the other states. To be one of the five constituent political divisions of New, York City. Maybe I can find out what those five are and number three a civil division of the state of Alaska corresponding to a county in most other states. This is from Middle English Burg So it's related you know you'll see Burg at the end of a Tau or at the end of a name of a town. In the that means a little a little town, a Burgh. From Middle English, Burg of old English Burg, which means a fortified town akin to the old high German Burg which means fortified place and probably to old English Bjorg, which means hill and there's more at the Barrow. Next is borough English. So yeah, just English after Borough Noun from the fourteenth century, a custom formerly existing in parts of England by which the lands of an into state descended to the youngest son. Okay interstate what is this word? It looks like interstate but they took the are. A custom formerly existing in parts of England by which the lands of an interstate descended to the youngest son. Alright. Borough English and last word is borough hall borough -Bio Oh. No B. O. R. O. U. G. H. and the Word Hall Noun from Nineteen Thirty eight a chief administrative building of a borough. And Yeah. That's all of them. So we had born born again born Bernie oil born night borough borough hydride Boron Boron Carbide borough silicate Brazil glass borough borough English, Borough Hall, I'm GonNa pick borough as the word of the episode So yeah, that's it. we are. At, the end of August we're almost at the very end of August. Now when I'm recording this, I'm in night even the really the middle of August yet. But you know I like to live in the future. Or the past depending on how you look at it. This has been Spencer dispensing information, thank you and goodbye..
"boros" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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"boros" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Hope you'll join us. We'll close today. Show with a recording featuring drummer Jimmy Cobb who died last week of lung cancer. He was ninety one. Among the many jazz recordings he's played on is the miles Davis album kind of blue one of the most popular albums in the history of Jazz? Here's a track from it. Long Fresh, air's executive producer is Danny, Miller? Our Technical Director and engineer is Bentham. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by any salad from the smyers San Brigger Lauren Criminal Heidi Simone to recent madden. They Challenge Seth Kelly and Joe will from. Molly seavy Nesper as our associate producer of digital media, Roberta. shorrock directs the show. I'm Terry Gross..
"boros" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I mentioned earlier. Like the titanic and the iceberg first, cousins Jude and Kennedy are fated to be on a collision course that will in time up in their sense of family and racial identity. Bennett is especially artful in delving into Stella situation, which at first, seems so cushy, but turns out to be fraught with the daily terror of being found out in a section of the novel set in Nineteen. Sixty eight. Stella's exclusively white. Brentwood neighborhood is up in arms because a black family has moved in. In a vexed hesitant, way Stella Finds, Herself Befriending Loretta the wife of the black couple. Daydreaming Stella imagines the relief of confessing her secret to Loretta. I'm not one of them Stella would say I'm like you. You're colored. Loretta would say Stella would tell her because she knew that. If it came down to her word verses Loretta, she would always be believed and knowing this Stella felt for the first time truly white. That's a pretty devastating. Truth contained in Stella's momentary fantasy. Again and again throughout this entertaining and brazenly improbable novel Bennett stops readers, or at least stop this white reader in their tracks with such pointed observations about privilege and racism. As another melodramatic novelist Charles Dickens recognized if you tell people a wild and compelling enough story. They may just listen to things they'd rather not hear Maureen. Corrigan teaches literature at Georgetown University. She reviewed the vanishing half.
"boros" Discussed on Allegedly NYC
"Listening to allegedly NYC. How are you get to see both of you? We're great leisurely. Thank you so much for joining us today. Report where you're very casual. You're a busy man you know just trying to we call the grinding yes. The grinds the hustle Israel. We're all New Yorkers here. We're all New Yorkers here. I'm from Sunset Park Brooklyn. Avon you just South Bronx okay. Nice Nice Nice and you were. There's where are you from your from route Phil Brownsville and South Jamaica Queens awesome location about that Tattoo on my hand. Yes Oh you spook that it i. This is the name of my album. My first album lost in lust. Mckay has lost in less. Put them together. I think tank you take them separately. They had to be put together. This is true in the marriage girl. Over Claire Yes. Are we on your end? We're good great well. So as New Yorkers where the epicenter of what's going on right now which is really intense especially for people who are like and raised here and today I wanted to talk a bit about how pandemics often expose these underlying issues within societies and how certain people are cared for while others are ignored. You know specifically now. We're seeing that this really disproportionately affecting black and brown communities. So I wanted to talk a bit about how we can use this moment to sort of like I feel like there's a magnifying glass on these issues right now and it's a good time to address them and hopefully shift towards a better society. I you know we should. We should this. Situation is like an onion and we should pill back each layer to get a full understanding. If you don't you'll miss it The thing we should Examined my belief is that we had a place right now and any major crises. You are in the a search and recovery fakes Phases that you're saying that there are still bodies alive and we need to find them. The recovery is that you're going to go in and get those dead bodies and just make sure they have a dignified burial and I don't want to look at the corona virus crisis that we have shifted to the recovery phase. We're still in the phase. We can still say bodies. We have to stop doing the things that we did. Which is we ignored black and Brown people in this city in this city. We divided the city into two categories. And when we did it I said to my staff that's coded language that we use in right now. When we said essential employees go out nonessential employees stay home. We basically said the essential employees over seventy percent of the essential employees are black and brown people and overwhelming number of immigrants. So those who were nonessential they were able to stay home and run. The city do their laptops and listened to their children. Call around on the floor and they were able to be a safe zone. That in itself was wrong. But let's take you to more steps. The second step is that we told the essential employees that you are supposed to go your job without any protective equipment with the full understanding. That people should be sheltered in place. You're not shelter in place with the full understanding that you should have six foot difference. You're not doing six difference. We're going to send you out there to make sure our abruptly on shelves when we call each you showa when it's time to drive trains and buses. You're going to be there so we're going to have you folks run our city while we and I'll save the HABE. Now here's the real dangerous part of its. You heard all the time the reason we couldn't give to nurses who are predominately black and Hispanic and Caribbean we couldn't we couldn't get a PP's personal protective equipment to all of the other essential employees because we didn't have enough that is the biggest lie that we bought and we started keep talking about. There's a global supply out there and we gave the city and state countless number of distributors. That has had reached out to us. And say hey. These cats never called us back able to get thousands upon thousands of donated personal protection equipment. I'm donating equipment to my hospitals. I'm donated to ACS employee school crossing guards. Correction officials. A nurse's why am I able to get it? And they're unable to purchase it on the largest large scale. The urgency was never us? There was never planned. I want you to go back and look at the brief instrument. Everyone there was never a plan. You have to fight this virus on two fronts. You have to fight it as it intervention for those who have it you have to intercede and assist them and then you have to fight it. As pregnancy there was never a prevention plan we never which communities that had lodged a preexisting conditions. And say his plan so that you won't be Sade. We want testing it out communities we were telling our mothers and grandmothers. Okay you know what go back home. They went back home and many of them died. We would not providing the food to them. We would not using telemedicine so there was no plan for the seventy percent is so that close. We got corona virus. He went home to an overcrowded apartment with his children and families in his grandmother because remember folks are living in three or four generations and he let them. They went to the hospitals. Like in Queens. Will you have a high immigrant? Community Sunset Park High Immigrant community a Central Brooklyn high immigrant community all of these essential employees infected. Their family members were not diagnosed. So they can cortina themselves because we were not tested. Remember we put out an order. That said we only gonNA test you. You emit if you're admitted to the hospital and then we didn't admit you to the hospital we sent you home. It was. This was the greatest experiment on black and Brown people sister to ski experiment. Yeah this is so fucked up. It's really really insane. And you recently wrote an op Ed. That I found super interesting and I thought it was a really good topic to talk about like you have all the essential workers success so evident and everyone's on the subway and stuff but you are also talking about how Because you know people of Color live in these food swamps and have less access to healthy foods that that would treat underlying illnesses in the first place and I thought that was such an interesting and important thing to also touch upon. Because you know I'm coming from this space only my professional capacity. I'm coming from in my personal capacity. You know had type two diabetes. I lost my sight and my left try. They told me I was going to be blind in the year. Had permanent nerve damage in my hands and feet of the Detroit. I was going going to lead to amputation at an ulcer. High blood pressure high cholesterol. The Black and Brown package and when the doctors told.
"boros" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"The presidential race will be over soon the race for Queens. Borough President that is I'm jared Murphy from city limits Dot Org and this is Ben Max from Gothenburg's edge. Good to see how you doing. I'm doing well good. You're sounding better and that's good. I'm doing I'm doing mildly better But I'm excited about both a lot of things happening in the political world the presidential race the US presidential race the primary for the Democratic nomination and then of course the subject for a good chunk of today's show which will be the race for Queens. Borough president a special election. Now if you're listening and you live in Queens this is especially pertinent to you and we'll be dedicating a good chunk of the show today to the Special Election. Mcqueen's borough president. Early voting starts this Saturday and election. Day Is March twenty. Four th so. It's upon us if you don't live in. Queens this is also important to you first of all. We have a little bit of the show. The top hero on other matters. But also the Queens borough president you know borough presidencies are important positions in certain ways. We'll get into that later. They're largely ceremonial and other ways. But they're also they've been springboards. David Dinkins was Manhattan Borough President and became mayor You know we've seen other people send their Morton positions. They have influence around the city. So this is not just a show for Queens residents but especially for Queens Certainly if queens were an independent city it would be. I think the fifth largest in the country it's bigger than Houston with two point three million people or so and one of the things that we see a lot in our reporting city limits and you had gotten gazette to. I'm sure is that the boroughs really are very interconnected especially when it comes to things like housing and economic development so at one point recently the Bronx or not so reasoning. I guess the Bronx Poached freshdirect from means to to the Bronx Obviously we had the controversy over Amazon which was going to be a queens project but obviously potentially affect on the whole city and we've certainly seen over the years in a lot of different contexts with a lot of nuance the discussion about development shaping life in other boroughs. Staten Island during the Bloomberg Administration largely down zoned very much at the behest of local leaders to reduce density that then constricts the amount of development and population. Staten Island can absorb and if the city is growing. That would by simple math suggest. The other boroughs have to absorb that so definitely steppingstone for being mayor A very big potentially big player on the stage the current borough president last year prison to Queens is now a district attorney which means if past practices and indication. Melinda Katz is likely to be in the news the next thirty five or forty years And so yes. Something very significant thing for for everyone. I will also say As someone who was while I was born in Manhattan born and raised so to speak in Queens That this is important. Subject Matter At Heart for me a family in Queens. If you're listening from Queens. Start texting other people who live in Queens and tell them to tune in because it's very important to be ready to vote here in the Queens borough president special election with early voting starting on Saturday and then Election Day March twenty fourth. So we're going to be joined in a few minutes by two Queens Journalists who have been focusing on the race David brand of the Queen's illegal and Christine Chung of the city a new site and they'll break down for us the candidates and the issues in the race and what to watch for. I'll just say again at the top here. Any registered voter in Queens can participate in this. It's a wide open election. This is not a primary. So this is not about party registration. If you're a registered voter in Queens and it believe you might even have a few days still to register to vote in this special election This election is important to you and you can vote in it and and so you should should tune in. So we're going to Segue to discussion of this Queensboro presence special election soon. We've got two great guests joining us in a couple of minutes special election for Queens borough president which is coming up. It is due to the fact that the position was vacated by Melinda Katz after she was elected district attorney of Queens and we now have a special election that will take March twenty four th with the lead up of early voting starting this Saturday suite of candidates And discussion today to help folks in Queens and around the city know what's going on and be prepared for that and so to discuss that race to break down candidate that's implications. Were joining very pleased to be joined by two great journalists David Brand. Who is the managing editor of the Queen's Daily Eagle and Christine Chunk of the Queen's who's a Queens reporter for the city David and Christine Welcome to maximum murphy? Jerry I gotta Say Amazing Segue on that fundraising thank you? Thank you very much. I practice that in front of the mirror all week. Some glad an activist showtime thing. I'm hosting a show on. Wbai now Sundays at six PM city. Watch the listening to you. Guys have been very helpful learning learning from the math and learning how to get a plugin right there. Up Pretty deft. Yeah we're we're we're meeting you for a few minutes here. Kristie will actually starting with Christine since. David already praised us to give her a chance to now. Yes so I guess. First and foremost I mean among everything that's going on and especially being a special election. Do you feel the people of Queens. The voters of Queens. No this race is is going on. Is there at least the expected level of awareness You would have projected I think that there is awareness of this race. Obviously there's been a lot of weed up to this with the DA race and Melinda Katz. Everyone knows that she's no longer the BP right And there have been countless firms. Already to this point But I do think that the recent concerns with the of virus not going to really help matters when it comes to early voting and also the special election in a matter of weeks So I think even though there is potential awareness of this race. I am curious what it's going to do to turn out have either seen candidates out on the stump. Are they shaking hands are they? Not Shaking. Hands are people approaching them. Does it seem like even more than usual. You know? People are running right by them at the subway stops In person this week yet but I have heard from camp today but they really are feeling a little bit anxious about what about the time that they are trying to canvas to get the word out and obviously they're already circulating Bush petition. Excuse me to get on the primary ballot And apparently it's turning out to be a little bit of a challenge obstacle David. What have you seen anything I I've seen just I haven't seen him in person. But just on social media Donovan Richards. Who's out by subway? Stations Cam saying a are shaking hands with each other more on But it's Kinda interesting. 'cause they're right now. There's a push among Candidates to to get the governor to change the petitioning rules require fewer signatures. And so you know there's there's like More insurgent candidates who kind of started that push but some of the county party establishment aligned. Candidates are also starting to get behind that so more of an effort definitely. Because what I'm hearing is people don't WANNA share pen. They are asking for hand sanitizer After they use someone else's pen to sign and they're just total scurrying by interesting the The people getting petition signatures and just to be clear for folks. You know the ballot for this special election is set. This is much more about Other elections coming up this year in the way that special elections work also in New York. There's a special election here. That's nonpartisan every registered voter in Queens can participate but then very quickly. There's a June primary and then in November general election. That could shake up the whole future of. Who's going to be the Queens Borough President? This special election is really just fulfilling out the rest of this year and then the winner of the June primary November general election will Take take the rest of the the term correct. There are meeting interesting. There is a forum. the other day at Queens College and one of the moderators Colin in from sitting. Say asked the candidates if they don't win March twenty four th special. Will they also run in the primary and there were four candidates their time and they all said that they would except for Jim Quinn. He said he wasn't sure yet. Let me just list the candidates for people real quick and then we can talk about them. And what differentiates them? So we've got Current City Council members Donovan Richards and cost Constantinidis. We've got former city council member Elizabeth Crowley. We have Jim Quinn Tao Yin and Anthony Miranda city council member. Jimmy Van Bremer will be on the ballot. But he's dropped out of the race. Let's set it up a little bit for folks who might not be steeped in this as much as as you all are and maybe we are. Obviously it's always good to be president. I was senior class president and so I get. I get to organize every reunion until I suppose I go to the Big Reunion. The Sky but to be borough president. What does that? What does that mean when you explain this to your to your voters in terms of what the stakes? What the implications are. What does that mean in terms of real power and what are the other kinds of soft powers or intrinsic values of the job wires so many folks including some you know accomplished local leaders Running for this. I feel like it. Because they're basically a cheerleader for the borough but position that other than normal community wins race. Bp's appoint community where members they appointed number to the city. Planning Commission and that way they can wield enormous influence and land use issues in the city But that being said obviously they don't have the power to legislate law So that in terms of the tangible things they can do is limited and they feel like it's more about being. The communities. Advocate cleaned his advocate. And then it seems like it is often times the position. That kind of springboard to the next thing we've seen a lot of Manhattan BP especially go for mayor and other positions successfully So I think it's a a long term long-term vision game kind of thing for a lot of experience politician three nuts and bolts functions. And that's like Christine said making Community Board Appointments Making Making Advisory Recommendations on land use issues and then wielding a pretty significant Capital Budget and discretionary budget but aside from that like you hear from a lot of the candidates pretty lofty visions for queens and talking about issues that they have no direct control over Whether they train the criminal justice too hot about bail reform from former Queens prosecutor Jim Quinn big opponent back but you know some some of the candidates including Quinn and Anthony. Miranda retired police sergeant. They say this is a mostly ceremonial position This is a bully. Pulpit we can hold public hearings. We can keep certain issues In the public eye and so like we both mentioned for Clinton that would be Railing against criminal justice reform and the plan to close rikers until the jailing Queens. So it's a long list of candidates. Ben Already read it off. And we've mentioned a few already but let's go down lists for listeners. Maybe who are in Queens? And this is their introduction to the race And we'll kind of bounce back and forth and talk about a quick introduction of who they are and kind of what they've been emphasizing in their campaigning. Dave maybe you could start a Donovan Richards. What what is his approach bin? He he has. He's says he's focuses. Affordable housing for the borough he has the support of the Queen's County Organization And a lot of elected officials have endorsed him especially like officials in southeast. Queens He's you know I think started out the race as one of the very top front runners I think you know. I think it's a wide open race right now but he definitely has a lot that establishment support and has broad appeal in southeast Queens. Where most of the voters are Black Council member in Southeast Queens? He's done a lot of work. Know with with kind of bridging the gap between public and private sectors when it comes to building housing So I think I think he is less associated with one specific issue as some of the other candidates are and he has kind of focused on a few and in addition to housing..
"boros" Discussed on CAMHS Talk
"Services during autism month which October when they will. We'll have like Halifax and Deborah Adams in town Saints Prison TESCO's all having protect time where people can go in and the lights will be doomed. The benign tunnel announcements announcements and just allowing people to access local services that have autism. These things are really important because personally I was diagnosed diversity at fifteen so bat gannon later diagnosis than mice. It wasn't really directed in the direction of anything so knowing this kind of things this would have been really helpful back then is is now really in navigating. These things travel I've previously. I've not been on a plane in years because Easterby so stressful now but now I know that the options open to me because these things are available I think that's the to me to me. That's the most important thing is around The more you know on the more people can can be aware of and the easy we can make that because in terms of too often it it can be near lodged loss pretty stressful In terms of guy certainly If you were to tell us as well having having a child with with with special educational needs in terms of that they have navigate or haven't additional support in in school or mission was also accessing services so then having the time then Google and search and do your own research. She's just you know I. It's it's putting a lot on family so the easy we can make that is in the easy. We can make it to navigate the system. I mean those examples are Nearly every single day where. We're discovering things I mean I'm working in the in in Bedford for quite a long time and I'm still discovering more and more services that I think are funny. I knew that I could think about two families of supported in the past and gone. You know I wish I knew that then. And that's I think so. It's not just this is just as important. I think clinicians tell us that all the time in terms they wished they could direct people to certain places have a look on this for certain areas We've got some really powerful stories of a mother who is on the phone to some of them early helping on Wall Street both on the phone together. They were both on the local offer looking up services and going over this this activity they could do or there's an autism screening Bedford in beverage anywhere that you could access address. Those are things that actually it makes front line delivery of services easier as what it does for instant information and if and so if I know cams obviously we've got a lot of our information about the services that we run but we're all so we're able to actually keep that information up today on way so organizations can can actually update their own information on the local four websites at right. SOCIA- your gap when you if you old as -ation it's new. We have a white that you can ring your email me. We can send that out over. We can talk to her over over the phone. Once you've registered which takes about hoffa lower maybe at the very most and that's where you put your information on and everything then then. The page comes through to myself. Chris and we'll approve and then like say Nikki is then you have the ability to update on. I had to score on the find this morning pagent and then when I was like yeah then problem all approve it now and there were update in late on the afternoon say schools compete. Details is about opening. Dan's we wear advertising things like at this podcast obviously We've all films that we've made with young people about about mental health. So it's not. It's not just think you raise the point earlier lucy before we start recording but we were talking about. It's not just special. Education patient needs it. We're actually you know oversee promote in mental health services as well. Yeah which is good. Because there's actually a lot of crossover between those kind one of things as well as I think it's important to cover as much ground as you can definitely I mean the the users Scum service films all on there And that was something that young people in I met with people who told me that certainly young people with more difficulties accessing information mation just in dense texts just didn't work for them They wanted information and content to be there In video form and I just the group not contact around that So obviously we're really fortunate in in in this local area in this group to be able to be able to go. We'll just pull this information on but The key thing then also around making sure that it is easy to find so one of the things that I think appreciate the time last week when when we all met was I was going through the keywords such functions because actually just going through making sure that anything that a young person might search for pulled him into the right direction say And on just picking up on Lucy's point we the local for should work for in terms of you know it it should work for. Es We have a duty to make sure there is up-to-date ESPEC- especially for those with special educational needs and disability And that is all focused. But if we're promoting inclusive groups and activities not in some of them yes may have You need to have certain needs to access they set groups but it should be a case of. You should be able to go then. You should hopefully find something you would be. We hope for all of our early help services for families on the list of information about social care and different up to support the economic says through children's services information about thresholds around here where where to go for different things how to act as early help So I mean all of that is as relevant relevant for four families without special educational needs disabilities. It just means that you know a a main focus those Also those families. We know we've children with special education disabilities or families with children who need or uneven to ask maybe specialist services or additional services. That's where we want to warn them to be. You're looking at a local offer because we want to be able to go. Actually I want to go to place. No one to find bill to find some services I can do and obviously making sure that we are then linked into the white people so we have a section. Yes on comes and to move formation very brief show of information but we then have your website so you can actually go and find much links nice to wall of the organization's website provides you with all the contact date house. I'm I'm right in thinking that you can access all of this information in how many languages however many is google translate allows us to say We think nearly all but is awesome thing to our accessibility of our website. Someone that we are constantly working on towards we're quite pleased that you can translate it Two different different languages and that you can enlarge the text the text smaller or change it to different colors depending on whether people are colorblind or find on the Egypt to read text in certain things But we do not. We don't currently have text to speak Election or we could make you start easy so we are constantly. He worked for developers to see whether or not we can make even more accessible because of sleep for the very nature of the website. We want it to be able to be accessed by one of the things things why some of the people that were were going and testing with and some of our taxes won't before we did it. Were those education care plans those who are in some of our And further education provision to make sure they are able to navigate around it because again it's no point having a website that Those that's very much for O'Connor even accesses so so safe anyone that's listening to this podcast Then goes on to your website and has any ideas they can they can give you some feedback. Come night just plays with totally open to any feedback. It doesn't always have to be good because if people don't tell us that something's wrong or if they don't feel and we're not going to know so says a feedback option on on. The website does yeah they can just fill out and that will come through to us and you're really active on twitter on a sorry just going back sorry and then being open and transparent we will. Then we'll we'll then at that the you said we did section I K so you anybody can say the feedback received. So can you just tell us again then. Your aw there twitter name so presumably people can follow is at Bedford local off one say at Bedford Local O.. F. One okay on the website address is. WWW don't local offer bedford took off to E. K.. Olafur case lovely. Any other questions guys. Well thank you question. I just wanted to say one more thing. 'cause I guess it's a good way to kind of conclude because knowledge is power and it's almost exciting in a way when you think about how many different services there are out there. How many different opportunities there are for every single person and unlike my journey as well? That's been really important to me so I didn't even know this existed until my cbt therapist told me about it and this has been a really positive thing for me. So it's just it's really really important is you can't really stress how important it is to make this accessible to people Sunday I think One of the things again. We we know that for the services that we've gone there are still plenty on say. Please please please do tell us if there is any services mrs that you are accessing that you feel should be on the Lakewood offer. More people should be aware of and that we don't but also just as importantly if this is working properly it should inform commissioning service should also inform if people are constantly searching for services not coming up as telling us. There's a gap in our local area looking for some support and it's not available Alioune. You've contacted our local offer. Officer sources had a look and she says no available that gets fed back in to US Commissioners to say. Do you know what people are asking us for for further support around and it could be Something else that we had their own I for parents in terms of if we were talking about three or four months ago they'd sensory processing needs is something that was they were telling us. There was a gap for. They were searching for information locally. So we've as a result been able to look and commissioning further parents sessions as a direct resort. What people are searching for the local again said needs to be living? Breathing is not just a directory. It's a case of you know. Tell us if the stuff. That's not on their Oscar Oscar. If you think there should be information television as a service that is needed in the local area We really really really do want to hear from people because again this is. This is a full the local area And hopefully is going to be continually evolved so we will meet him of young people fearful feel four times throughout the year with parents have three or four times a year. There's there's opportunity for people to feedback to US consistently and constantly really okay. That's absolutely fantastic. Thank you so much for taking the time to to come alone an to chat with us today. And `and yeah just to play for everybody out there then. Identify the gaps in the service. If you feel there are any or if you'd like to promote your own service for children young people report I'm families then get in touch with social and Chris at Pepper Barra. Thank.
"boros" Discussed on KCRW
"This is weekend edition from NPR news and Lulu Garcia Navarro in two thousand nine Steve boroughs. Mom, Judy went in for hip replacement surgery. She came out with brain damage and mobility issues after a weeks long coma that will change her and her family's life in the new HBO documentary bleed out Steve Boros tracks the ten year odyssey to find out what happened to her and who's to blame. It's a deep dark dive into the heart of America's broken healthcare system. Steve Boros joins us now from New York. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. Appreciate being here. The third leading cause of death in this country. According to recent study, which you site in this documentaries, actually medical errors. And that's a shocking statistic. Like, all medical cases. What happened to your mom is complicated? But essentially in her surgery, she had massive blood loss. Right. That's correct. That in the end, that's really how this whole thing. Started was just this. She lost while I actually over half the blender body, and after that she was put into recovery after what was not a run of the mill hip replacement surgery, and she was left alone in what is called an e is see you can you explain us about e. Well, I will try. Yeah. This ice. You didn't notice my mom was in a coma for at least a day and a half. And I wanted to talk to the ICU doctor who is there that night. We were told there was no doctor there. And I said, oh, that's that's that's insane. What do you mean? Well, we did we had this call electric ICU. And there was a camera doctor out by the airport in the walkie. And they were the ones who are the safety net apparently from my mother, and I asked if the camera was on, and they could not in fact, the head of the ICU that time told me the camera's not on. I like, well, I don't get it. Why? And he said do the patient privacy issues. And I'm like, this is nuts. I don't understand any of this. I mean, I think what the film shows so graphically is how even with the best planning. I mean, your mom worked all her life. She had savings in this country. You can be just one step away from ruined because of healthcare. That's the hard lesson. We learned you know, my mom's certainly, she was a single mom. She raised my sister. And I she did everything right? She was set and this happened in two and a half years later. She's broke she's on Medicaid title nineteen. And now we all on the all the American taxpayers are paying for her. During this you record many conversations, both openly and secretly. And I want to have listened to one conversation that you ended up having with your mom's doctor who conducted the hip replacement surgery on that fateful day on. Let's listen to what he had to say. When he didn't know I'm that he was being recorded. If you were my shoes right.
"boros" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Goes it like this incredible surge like late in his life like this well he doesn't have to play the champions tour if he still good enough to play in the regular giants what i'm saying the regular to all he can he has to be good enough though he has to qualify for those of milk question but if you're good enough in your stole push pushing fifty be okay for it the all who's the tom brady of the right now it's mickelson no no like all time like who is am snead would be the all i think sam snead is the old at the old man ready sure he's the oldest and here's one of major's and stuff uh the oldest got ever to win a major i want to say was julie is boroughs city forty five something like the ships need i i hear looking for that merv listen to this cripples alley i heard that yes sam's sam snead one he made a cut at age sixty seven all right and he was in he won an event at age fifty two while sam snead so he would be the tom brady oca probably will come slam and sam i see same lie that out of west virginia one of the swedish swings you've ever seen in your toilet probably would be known to sometimes it golf balls barefoot just because he said that he could feel the ground valor through nazi orange county guy right there basically was kind of o r a west virginia hippie before hippies is wearing a straw how does very heavy cope doesn't know this kind of stuff about me but back when i used to see a lot of a dead shows in the summertime in the nineties i would typically take my shoes off especially at rfk stadium 'cause it wouldn't put a tarp she could stand on the grass and then i lost my shoes i hope us need got his use burn sam snead i did a lost my shoes it at rfk shoeless joe pauley max sam sitting ducks siri bear yeah people in life nes correct julius boros at the age of forty eight won.
"boros" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The morning on my dog 1 of 7 want everything entertainment everything i love grandma i'm jason lacks producer dawn tall thank you for being here everybody yes massed near the bus it's thursday that mean second chance romance coming up at the top of her seven o'clock hour oh yeah that's right thermopylae lying people's favour thing on this station in my favorite on oh well well maybe not today guys i do boy it's just this little for a second date thuggery just a little misunderstanding are highly does so nbc released eight who dishonor digital platforms a nice little sneak peek of will and grace and includes some new sequences and nomoney woven in with some behind the scenes interviews with air mccormick debra messing sean hayes as an mega malawi play the thing for you because i i think it's fun there some belittle behindthescenes fun facts they give and toward the end listen up you're you're going to hear a very sweet moment that mega malala talks about karen involving legendary tv director jimmy boroughs james boroughs to to give you some perspective if you're not a tv nerd like we are uh if you name a sitcom a legendary sitcom james boros was involved oh uh let me give you your cheers let me give you your mary tyler moore let me give you your will and grace in of friends a little bit he show called friends jimmy boroughs hands are all all over those shows he's the best in the business and he's beloved bowl loved big bang theory he's directed episodes so when megan talks about jimmy boroughs that's who she is referring to he was there for the original and he's back for this so what here's a little bit i was going to play the whole thing because i think it's it's going to put a smile on your face on this thursday so take it a some to this yes italy different this time will it has only have the times we've done this we thought it would be different but this time we know what is going.
"boros" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Boros a same deal sometimes they they get attached to clients and dumb then problems ensued you have girls that you were working under you that would get pregnant with her who they thought was minor burned where they try to get pregnant with their clients baby i have heard of that i don't think i have ince's often as its perceived but i know they it has happened iaf it has haven't these animals lie just to get a pair off like i minute i'm pregnant and it's your baby oh they go staying and and everything because the families get involved a lotta time a very wealthy guys that have families with names and they don't want their name tarnished anzoil to caller oh really and you out in you've known of his own of that's that and did the woman actually have the regime nab had the the baby yeah and what happened she did a chunk cry i think she did i don't know the i don't know the full social through dna why a baby with his yeah and she was the paid hooker and was able to then snatch it for eighteen years from yep it's an end so a lot of guys and did a family ever now his family is why and you and everything i don't think he was married at the family did find out they tried to get a quiet and she wouldn't quite down in a yeah i think it to go to court but a lot of guys that are concerned about that they'll bring their own condoms because girls will poke holes and the kanda to safety pin right yeah or they'll take the condom and instead of disposing it they'll save this sperm i am ya i dunno that's kind of viane mice scope but i know it happens so.
"boros" Discussed on Channel 955
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