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"carin" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Okay you just heard about alabama's kovic situation. Harris county is raising the covert nineteen threat level to the color orange as cases and hospitalizations. Continue to rise here. Our health reporter sara will ernst says officials are advising to take precautions as the delta variant spreads throughout the community the orange threat level means there is significant and uncontrolled spread of the virus in the community that's happening in parts of the slowdown of vaccines and the highly contagious delta variant vaccine expert. Dr peter hotels says there is even more reason to get vaccinated now anyone who's unvaccinated and has been lucky enough to escape it. Your luck is about to run out. That's how transmissible this virus is. And so i think one of the messages for today's still not too late to get vaccinated. County is asking residents to consider mask-wearing even for people that are vaccinated as a way to normalize the precaution for others. I'm sarah we'll ernst in houston. Let's look at the numbers as of last night. Six hundred cove in nineteen patients were being treated in harris county hospital general beds. That hasn't happened. Since may third intensive care units are also seeing an increase in covert patients according to state data one hundred ninety two people in harris county. I see us have the virus. People who live or work near the dow chemical plant in the port or returning to the area after a hazardous leak prompted evacuations earlier this week. A handful of similar leaks have occurred in our area already this year energy reporter. Kyra buckley has more on how these accidents could be prevented when a harmful chemical leaks or is released into the air companies often say that the accident happened even though they are compliant with local and federal safety regulations but u h clearlake environmental management. Professor lisa gossett says businesses like dow should go beyond simple compliance. I think it needs to be more of a focus. On how do we minimize risks moving forward which is not always a straight at my complying with the clean water act clean air act is she goes it. Says companies should take steps to minimize the chance of an accident and should create a culture where employees feel comfortable and empowered to report any potential safety risks. I'm kyra buckley in houston. In metro is taking the first steps towards creating an all electric bus fleet. The agency's chairman carin patent says it's part of a comprehensive climate action plan. They're working on with the us department of transportation and the city of houston. We're researching different types of electric vehicles in order to implement are zero emissions fleet replacement program. And we're going to start. With twenty.
"carin" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"Dot com and click on the book club tab to get more information and make sure to register to save spot space is limited for these but you can also come back and see a replay of them if you can't make it to the live event or if you can't find space today i wanna talk about a book that came out in two thousand and four by the noted author and historian carin armstrong. It was a national bestseller called the spiral staircase. My climb out of darkness. Carin is probably most known for her bestselling book called a history of god. The four thousand year quest of judaism christianity and islam and she is a religious historian that focuses primarily on the abraham traditions but also covers buddhism and hinduism and other religions as well and she at the age of seventeen became a nun in a convent for seven years. This is a memoir that she made that describes some of her journey in the extreme difficulty. She had during those times a fascinating read. And i'm going to read the back jacket to give you a taste of what's in the book and then go on to read just a few snippets within the book. That really caught my eye. And i thought would be helpful today for us on the back jacket. It says in one thousand nine hundred sixty two at the age of seventeen. Carin armstrong entered a convent eager to meet god after seven brutally unhappy years as a none. She left the order to pursue english literature at oxford but convent. Life profoundly altered her and coping with the outside world and her expiring faith proved to be excruciating her deep solitude and terrifying illness diagnosed only years later as epilepsy mark turf forever as an outsider in her own mind she was a complete failure as a non as an academic and as a normal woman capable of intimacy her future seemed much in question until she stumbled into comparative theology. What she found in learning thinking and writing about other religions was the ecstasy transcendence. She had never felt a nun gripping revelatory and inspirational the spiral. Staircase is an extraordinary account of an astonishing spiritual. If you a.
"carin" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"The end just ends up, it's clutter and actually keeps you. Add more more a kneeling is not as as Nice as that memory that we think that might bring my children are in their twenties and I know I was ruthless with their schoolwork. It went straight into recycling when they come home and I said, you can keep one thing per year. That you WANNA, Cape. So if it's one, you know. Apart from my only gets things did keep us so they will have memory boxes in these big Black Kiki K..
"carin" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"You turn twenty and you're not sixty or something and you don't love it, you don't use it I just got of waste of space and energy and everytime you said you feel guilty for happily feel you know I really want to get rid of it by Content. Feel like life is too short for holding on to things like that. For, people who are. Holding onto things I I always say well, maybe take some photos that you can even have like a whole you know. If. You do in. A photo album in your on your computer or if you want to look at it, often you can print it out the beautiful notebook or journal or a photo album whatever have that memory because you don't have to have it your space just just because you've got an you can still have it as a memory I think massive fantastic approach to it. I think the one thing I could add to that is always thought by asking yourself if you can repurpose it somehow before you actually remove it or before you. Give it away a recycling or throw it away is somehow this item could be rapist and it could be that bowl and he's been sitting in a cupboard maybe just put it out on the bench to fill it with fruit and see how it feels and looks in the space when you actually use it all the time because I think what's frustrating most of time is when we have things that just sit there never get used. So maybe just start using it and give yourself. A month where you're using completely new way could be the all. T said. That's just sitting there collecting start using it everyday during worrying about the thing if it breaks or if someone uses it on not at least it's getting used. So that would be the first thing repurposing one example as. You probably have these is what my grandmother had. This sort of cross stitch thing that you hang on the wall like A..
"carin" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"Taking time to work out what you want out of life can set you on the path to creating your dream life and that there are always silver linings and so much more account wait for you to hear this episode. So let's get right into Hi. And welcome to my podcast. Thank you Christina I am so excited to be here. Yeah. May Two it's been amazing to have. You supports over the last few months but also over the last few years we've gone through so much to go back. To the episode, I would love you to answer a question that I ask every single game and ninety stigma have a dream as a child or something you wanted to achieve will become or have clouds. Oh Wow. Yes. I did I grew up just like you did in the country in Sweden down I grew up in the south of Sweden in the forest and it was quite a isolating experience, a child and I had the dream of. Escaping, and live in the city and live somewhere where there were more people in there were more life and there was more things happening. So that was a dream that I had from a really early stage. I also had a dream on. On my environment, the type of House that I wanted to live in 'cause my family actually until I was twelve, we lived in a one bedroom house. So I shared my space with my siblings I shed the ended up sleeping on a pullout certifying the living room. So space for me started very early to becoming potent. Any was something that I thought about it a lot. So I was very adamant as soon as I. got my own room at the idea of singles troubles detained I got obsessed with creating and shaping that room to make me feel a certain way when I was there, I definitely had dreams around. Escaping into a different environment. Since I've come full circle and I've started to appreciate what I did have and I realized that it was a journey that I had to go through to discover myself somehow. But now I've realized that home in where I grew up was actually really beautiful and quite extraordinary. But at the time I wanted to escape from it I. Guess. So relate to that we didn't have this one bedroom Feelings space. Really you know especially if you need to have space for yourself, but also appreciating in being organized and have beautiful things and I I was always interesting in looking at beautiful homes outside my earn home. So we have so much common and it's amazing how we kind of met on the other side of the world and we have so much to way. We grew up the way the way we appreciate things. Ola. is quite remarkable at. Talk about more about that. But before we jump into some specific questions, a love for you to share with the audience near bit about your story, I initially started the what I wanted to be an engineer. So I started studying engineering. My brother was doing that and I thought that would be a cool thing to do and. As I was studying that I realize it was too small scale that I was more interested in rather than the big scale. So I ended up working as an intern at noxitril practice, and then I worked for Interior Design Company. And then after while I ended up studying interior design in London at the Royal College of Art Wall was in London I met my..
"carin" Discussed on Your Dream Life with Kristina Karlsson, kikki.K
"Friend and occurring founder of an iconic design studio and author make your home. You love how to bring order beauty into your home. The Scandinavian way born in Sweden and a car is a wonderful interior designer, such an inspiration and a great support for me a speak with her every single day sometimes more than months. In today's chat I asked her to share her passion for creating beautiful spaces and her wisdom on creating a beautiful environments that can help us not only to be more productive but also express entity and bring us joy and we'd so many of spending more and more time in our homes. DCM The idea of creating living spaces we love is even more important than ever. Anna Carin believe strongly in making the most of the space that you have. Now rather than waiting for that perfect space in the future, and in this wonderful episode, She shares how there is always something you can do to create that special sanctuary at home..
"carin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Me now is John Karen, the owner of two iconic nightspots in Boston West and Johnny's on Portland Street near the Garden and Fenway. Johnny's on Brooklyn have near Fenway Park. Jon. I know Normally when the games are being played, you've got tons of people in your restaurant. But this time has certainly been challenging. I mean, everyone's heard of this restaurant bailout. I guess they call it people really need that I read in the papers. You know, 60 restaurants in Boston Cambridge in Somerville have gone on a business smart, so there's going to be more everyone's just trying to hang on. It's really difficult. We need people's support in otherwise. You know, people's favorite spots will dry up and disappear. But like so many other restauranteur is you're doing everything you can, including outside seating. Yes, we have a meeting at both locations on a beautiful day. There's nothing better. But yeah, I mean, last week, it was even like 60, and they wanted to sit outside. But once they were out there they like you mind if we move in, and we're like, no, not at all. And despite not having live music or a place of the bar, the restaurant's always get high marks. Slogan or tagline is great food, great drinks, great people, You know, we have that great people of the people that we have working in our great customers. Jon Carin of Fenway, Johnny's in Western Johnny's Be talking with more restaurant owners over the next several weeks, all part of connoisseurs corner W. B Z Boston's news radio. Hundreds of peaceful protesters on the streets of Boston last night will tell you why they were marching that's coming up next. In the news at 9 30 Take your garage to the next level with next level Concrete coatings in just one day. Next level will turn your ugly garage floor into a car showroom with a high gloss finish. We crying the surface repair and apply a durable concrete coating that six times stronger.
Gucci Launches Off the Grid, Its First Sustainable Collection
"Is kind of like a fun story so Gucci is releasing a new collection. It's called Gucci off the grid. It is the first from its circular lines. which is, it's the name of the larger like group of collections, but it's also like a fashion term right so something that is circular means that it's designed with recycled and organic and sustainable materials in mind, and it's used as many times as possible before hitting the landfill as its final resting place, so if we think about buying secondhand clothing that's contributing to these circular cycle fashion instead of the the linear path because you're helping things, stay within our little ecosystem. Anyway science lesson over. Gucci's collection is let's see recycled organic bio based and sustainably sourced the main material for the collection. According to fashion united is one hundred percent regenerated nylon. It's called economy. I. Think I'm saying it right? It's made from recycled yarn that's made from nylon scraps, and those on scraps come from everything from like old fishing nets to carpet to like scraps from Gucci's own facilities It can be recycled allegedly infinite times. Who Knew Mind? My mind other materials include metal, free, tanned leather, recycled polyester, thread and linings recycled brass, recycled gold coatings for hardware am solvent free adhesive, so they're throwing every sustainable trick in the book at the stuff in this collection. The company also has two programs through which it saves scraps from its factories along with other sources to be able to recycle them us again, so they do this for nylon and leather. The collection was designed by creative director, Allesandro Michelle and the line features genderless luggage, accessories, footwear and ready to wear items. You've got jacket sneakers. CAPS tote bags, backpacks belt bags. That's you can get it off There's a lot of orange and a vibrant blue and some basic items, so there's something for every style. If you have the money I was checking out some of the online and noted that they don't have prices that are particularly higher than Gucci's standard products at the collection will be sold on Gucci's website, and on the far fetched website for the first two weeks before it starts to spread from there Carin. What do you think of this whole? This whole circular sustainable effort? It's a good shot. More companies need to do it. I'm glad to see. Fashion houses are starting to engage with it. I don't know if this makes up for the sins of the past for Gucci, but credit where credit's due like. If they're trying, also if it's catching on, it becomes more normalized that this can be done and I am. I hope other fashion houses see it as a challenge and the the best sense of the term that people can kind of rise to the occasion. As what can we recycle what can be used? What can we experiment with so although I around? I think it's great I liked it. It's going to be a little. Limited at first with Gucci and far fetched, because it builds up awareness to that it is about marketing technique that people can kind of like focus on that. They're doing this this experiment so I. I'm glad that fashion houses are starting to take this on.
"carin" Discussed on ON BOYS Podcast
"Episode. No doubt you've had a lot of time to observe your tween and teen over. The past. Few weeks may be too much time. Or perhaps he's been behind a closed door most of the time and self isolating from you as well. Have you ever wondered? Who is this boy man child living in your house if he is between about eight or nine and going all the way up to eighteen or twenty? His body minded spirit are changing in ways that you may not recognize unlike when girls enter puberty and they're flooded with conversations about their development and periods in girl power when boys enter puberty according to our guest. There isn't much of conversation at all and if there is it's more about that talk and don't get her pregnant and don't get an Sti than it is about the subtleties of their changing bodies and minds our guest today. Dr Carin Natter Sohn. A pediatrician and peering advocate has written a very important new book entitled. Decoding Boys New Science. Behind the subtle art of raising sons as a mom of two teenagers. This does not unfamiliar territory for her. This book is the. Here's what you need to know. Guide that dispels common myths about boys at Puberty N. Explains very clearly all of those things you may not be crazy talking with him about acne body odor erections and veterans and more. She claims that as a society. We actively leave boys out of the very conversations we grow into and says not talking to your son about his evolving physical emotional and social self is the biggest parent trap of them. Aw Dr Carr Matterson Paediatrician and New York Times bestselling author and she's currently living in. La with her fourteen year old son sixteen year old daughter and her husband and we know that is close. Quarters be stays welcome car. It is great to have you here. Thank you so thrilled to be here. So as we're recording this we've just gotten word that actually no there will be no more school this year. And I'm wondering how you're doing and how you're teens are doing with that We haven't gotten that word quite yet here in Los Angeles although we anticipate it and we're doing fine we are on spring break here with doesn't feel a whole lot different than the homeschooling days of the past couple of weeks. We're doing well. My kids are are settling into a routine My husband does work in the hospital and is very much on the front lines of this. And so that is our I would say if if there is a stressor right now. That is the top of the list and.
"carin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Was trying to steal something from them even though they still some for me and then you go through this process with the class action you have all these attorneys get paid forty thousand dollars a day and I still have to meet the guy I didn't do it with people to make the case for them and it made him feel like he was stealing again even though it was still it was something was stolen from me at Lawrence Carin regal WBZ Boston news radio and at seven thirty two we're still following this developing situation in Milwaukee Wisconsin several victims tonight the shooting rampage at the Molson course facility in that city of Milwaukee latest now from A. B. C.'s Brian burrow law enforcement officials tell ABC news at least eight people were shot including the gunman who is dead the condition of the others not knowing the suspected shooter was an employee who had been fired earlier in the day and return to the campus with a gun the FBI and ATF are responding and at least six hundred people working in that plant were expecting a news conference here in the next half hour or so as we get more information we'll pass it on to you right here on seven thirty three now time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes trying to get you home for dinner Taylor's upcoming land all wheel drive traffic on the threes yours might be in a call now a new problem north of the city on ninety three south it's backing up very quickly for Woburn with the bungling police activity shortly after ninety three you want to stay over to the left lanes to get by there a little easier northbound backing up approaching that scene as well elsewhere one twenty it's an easy ride Waltham all the way up in the Linfield Henry ones only south through Saugus and Peabody the southbound expressway slow going down past self pay otherwise it's good from the tunnel to the Braintree split north bounds all leased out route three is all clear down pass route fifty three and reached twenty four ninety five south of both clear all the way to the Rhode Island line the downtown store drive east is slow coming into Lefort circle the leveraged up ramp is slow typically is the lower decks wide open all the airport tunnels are fine to the west route nine west is backed up in Newton with Rhode work setting up by Parker street in the mass pike back up to speed through Newton and framing him as well miking WBZ's traffic on.
"carin" Discussed on KPCC
"Show for rioting uncovers a pattern of workplace abuse and wage theft at some of the country's biggest movie theater chains. Then Michael Abels? Composed the hunting music for Jordan Peele, get out, but with filmmakers, new movie us Abel's really pushes things into the red. What's scary is is the unknown music. There's a sound you can't place, but it just sounds unsettling them. That's what's going to strike fear and terror and awareness into your and the story behind a Grammy award winning album spotlighting the music of young immigrant dreamers all that coming up on the frame. From ABC news on Roman with the stories. We're covering at seven. Oh, one the LA county. Civil service commission has released dramatic video of the fire deputy sheriff alexan- away, but reinstated the video shows deputy Carin Mendoza and trying to break into his ex girlfriend's home and doing had been dismissed in two thousand sixteen by former sheriff Jim McDonnell after he'd been accused of domestic abuse enhancement. The video comes from the disciplinary case that got him dismissed. Here's a few seconds of it. Yeah. My house, I'm Mandalay and served as a volunteer during his campaign for sheriff after he was elected Vienna. Wave reinstated man is case was the first to be heard by the new truth and reconciliation panel that Vienna. Wave is set up to review deputy firings during McDonald's tenure as sheriff federal government is sued California over water policies. It says violate state environmental protections. The lawsuit filed today in Sacramento federal court seats to block a plan approved in December to increase water flows. In the San Joaquin river. More news at seven thirty followed by the daily, it's seven oh, two KPCC. Supporters include south coast repertory, presenting poor yellow rednecks in the early eighties tongue and Quang building new lives in a land called Arkansas. But marriage is an easy, especially when she's having doubts and his first one isn't even over yet. From the author of the at gone comes out, humorous hip, hop style. Take on the immigrant.
China's Belt and Road Initiative goes to Italy
"We're discussing China's belt and road initiative. Joining me in the studio is Kristin Shepard soon to join the staff of the tea in Beijing and on the line from Rome is our correspondent miles Johnson. And the point of including somebody in Rome will become apparent in a moment but Christian first Belton road initiative briefly. What is it known tiv- is seizing pains grand vision for a new form of trade and infrastructure networks across Eurasia that will tie China to surrounding countries through road through railway through dry ports through special economic zones. And then boast the trade relationship, but also increase China's geopolitical clout within the region, it's a very big project has nominated. We're talking up to a trillion dollars. We over the course of many years. So some of the estimates suggest that we'll get up to around. Trillion dollars around twenty twenty five current figures thought to be around two hundred billion. Yes, it certainly is a very big sweeping vision. Much of this was happening before there was already interest for Chinese companies to go out and to invest overseas. But then there was this new branding, and this new push to really strengthen these particular routes throughout southeast Asian central Asia. And why do you think she has made it his signature initiative? What's the underlying motivation is to do with the phase that China's economy has reached or is to do with the phase, it's geopolitical ambitions of regional some combination. It's a combination and the economic impetus is logically do with excessive capacity within China. China's economy is slowing and for many years, it's been building bridges high rises all these construction companies. Well, they need something to do. They need somewhere to go. And it makes sense for them to build these new trade routes for. China. But then there is also a much broader vision, which is about a rising China one that is strong in its region. This is a move away from some of these predescessors who are more into the idea of hiding and biding. But instead there is this desire to really step up into nationally to rework, some of the international order, the trade order and also international institutions and one way to do that is through this platform of the Belton road and miles. I mean when the Belton road, I started emerging those concentration on China's near if you like on central Asia Kazakhstan on so on. But it's now clear that the belt will the road reach all the way into western Europe that she shouldn't pingers indeed appearing in Italy tomorrow. We're talking on Wednesday. He'll be there tomorrow Thursday. And Italy, I gather is points to become the first major EU country to sign up to Belton road. Is that what's? To happen. Do you think? Yes. That is what is expected. It's expected to become the first G seven country to officially endorse the bell Thom road, and it's sort of an interesting development from an entirely in perspective of European perspective. And a NATO perspective in the sense that Italy has long voiced desire like most developed countries to work closely with China to sort of re economic benefits from collaboration with China Chinese investment, but as always sort of toed the line and not breaking away from it sort of allies and getting too close to China. What we've seen is lease car Carin populist coalition government, which has markedly different approaches to international organizations and its predescessors because if we just said, we're going to break away and cozy up to China, and that is something which is long and some of Italy's traditional allies in a way. It's not that surprising that this populist nationalist government should be willing to stick a finger in the eye of Brussels. Even that's a member of the EU. But this. Is also something that Washington has lobbied against an people. Like, my Taylor Savini. The deputy prime minister, I've been very very close to the Trump administration. Does that surprise you? That is where it gets complicated. Because matters Vini is very expert is sort of hoovering up a lot of the sort of international attention, and so almost being portrayed, although he's only a deputy, prime minister minister of the interior almost being portrayed as sort of almost prime minister, effective, prime minister. But this China episode is revealed as a sort of multiple law nature of the Italian government in the sense of Salvini as you say has halted Trump has been close to Trump visors or former Trump advisory Steve Bannon, and has very much cultivated this sort of of the sort of international populist and someone who builds relationships along those lines, but he's actually being sidelined in this process. He has come out and said, you know, it's okay, if the Chinese invest in all ports, but we don't want them investing in telecoms or any sensitive areas. And he tried to back a bit. Whereas the momentum of all the parts of the Italian government and the Italian state operates overruled him. This is really a process being driven by Matt Torella, the president who is the person who's going to be meeting g and Mattis avenue coalition partner. Louis the Meyer, head of the five star movement who said this is a fantastic opportunity to sell quote, unquote, made in Italy to China, and so this is actually something which is weaken Salvini and Just just. give us a sense of what the optimist in Italy hoped to see from this Chinese deal. I mean, are they thinking you mentioned selling stuff to China, but they're also hopes for infrastructure development? They've talked about the development of the port of Trieste, for example. Exactly the optimist on this is the Italy has several strategically important ports. They are currently stuffed of investment and sort of underperforming underinvested, and they could do with some inbound capital and then subsequently use by large Chinese companies. But then there's also this other element to this. Where Italy to a certain extent has for a while, and especially much more under this government, g to their problems with Brussels over the budget. And you know, Italy is the second most indebted country and the your zone off degreasers, the percentage of GDP, and it needs people to buy its debt and opening up a toss for Chinese capital to flow into it today and also to potentially buys government bonds is something which is strategically advantageous for the government by versa. Fis it's sort of funding sources away from what they see as Brussels, which is the sort of referee in this game done which has been hostile toward the Italian government's trying to do. But of course, I guess potentially get themselves hooked on a rather dependent relationship with China. Chinese essentially, what's keeping the Italian state financially afloat. That is the fear. I mean, all policy Italian government will the sort of figures in this from Kante, the prime minister to Salvini, everyone is busy being cleared to caveat all of their comments about Chinese investment by saying we have to protect our strategically employed in interest the architect of the Italian government's China policy who is a technocratic political figure who's physically apart the league, but it's gonna be categorized. She he's always said that he wants greenfield investment from China. He wants Chinese capital to come in and build things in
"carin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's the only show in radio of which it can truly be said too much information is just about right? What do you think about Mary's flexible? Thanks, everybody drive safely. Gladwin sophisticated Seattle. Where? This week is always we promised to intrigue, inform and amuse. You can take our word if you want to come back after this bit of news. Says you returns after this? Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. The organizers of New Zealand's largest gun show say the cancel the event to show respect for the victims of the Christ Church massacre at mosques because of elevated security risks after the shooting Friday that left at least fifty people dead. The suspect lies streamed. The attack in social media companies worked racist footage from their platforms. But it was broadcast at two televised election rallies in Turkey today. The reverse Carin has more New Zealand's Prime minister urged the public not to post footage of the attacks worried that it could spark additional hate crimes, but Turkish President Reagan type air to shared blurred extracts of the film to his supporters saying we do not want to see a cross and crescent conflict again that's a reference to violence between Christians and Muslims. Turkey will hold local elections in two weeks and aired on his campaigning on behalf of his party. The ATP the suspected gunman threatened Turkey with graphic racist language in. A so called manifesto Turkish authorities believed the Christ Church gunmen visited Turkey twice in two thousand sixteen airlines says they are investigating the suspects movements and contacts while in the country for NPR news. I'm Jerry scaring in Istanbul. The Hague-based International Criminal court says US threats won't stop it from carrying out investigations into crimes committed enough ghanistan and elsewhere shelter reports. It comes after secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced the US would restrict visas to anyone working on potential war crimes investigations against Americans. The US which is not a member of the ICC has repeatedly warned the court. It will not cooperate and will retaliate for investigations into war crimes allegedly committed by American military personnel in Afghanistan secretary Pompeo says additional measures could also be in store if the pro being considered by the ICC prosecutor goes ahead. And I see spokesman told NPR the court is aware of Pompeo's remarks and will continue to do its independent work undeterred in. Accordance with its mandate. And the rule of law Belden, vice prime minister did he dare says he's deeply concerned by the threats and reminds the US of its responsibility as the host of the United Nations, noting ICC personnel may need US visas to carry out UN business for news. I'm.
"carin" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Janine Herbst. The organizers of New Zealand's largest gun show say they cancel the event to show respect for the victims of the Christ Church massacre at mosques because of elevated security risks after the shooting Friday that left at least fifty people dead. The suspect livestream the attack and social media companies work to raise that footage from their platforms. But it was broadcast at two televised election rallies in Turkey today. The rebus Carin has more New Zealand's Prime minister urged the public not to post footage of the attacks worried that it could spark additional hate crimes, but Turkish president rigid type air to shared blurred extracts of the film to his supporters saying we do not want to see a cross and crescent conflict again that's a reference to violence between Christians and Muslims. Turkey will hold local elections in two weeks and aired on his campaigning on behalf of his party. The KP the suspected gunman threatened Turkey with graphic racist language in a soak. Called manifesto Turkish authorities believed the Christ Church gunmen visited Turkey twice in two thousand sixteen airlines says they are investigating the suspects movements and contacts while in the country for NPR news, I'm Cheri Karen in Istanbul. The Hague-based International Criminal court says US threats won't stop it from carrying out investigations into crimes committed enough ghanistan and elsewhere Teri Schultz reports it comes after secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced the US would restrict visas to anyone working on potential war crimes investigations against Americans. The US which is not a member of the IC has repeatedly warned the court. It will not cooperate and will retaliate for investigations into war crimes allegedly committed by American military personnel in Afghanistan secretary Pompeo says additional measures could also be in store if the pro being considered by the ICC prosecutor goes ahead and ICC's spokesman told NPR the court is aware of Pompeo's remarks, and we'll continue to do its independent work undeterred in accordance. With its mandate and the rule of law. Belgian vice prime minister deviate dare says he's deeply concerned by the threat and reminds the US of its responsibility as the host of the United Nations, noting ICC personnel may need US visas to carry out N business.
"carin" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Looks like she's are the come off in the middle of a massive bender. There's a lot more to it than that as the film unfolds. But it's it's a different kind of role few. Yeah. Very different. Yeah. Which is you know, that's a wonderful thing is in acting cauti-. I've never been to this territory before and a lot of times the way you're interpreted or the way your handled is because the director who is interpreting you'll helping you along views you differently. So I was just amazed that car and took the risk of costing me in this. I wasn't her first choice. And so I wasn't even I think in her in her idea of of who to cost, and I read the script and just responded to it. And then I'd I'd met with her couple years prior because I'm very interested in supporting female derived goals. And and I thought she was really, you know, she's a very strong vision. Into of the invitation was really really good. And I loved go fight. I saw that years ago. So I was just interested in what is she was up to. And then when I heard you attached to this. I put my hand up. Said, oh, maybe it would be something you'd be interested in me for and we met, and we talked and we and we just kinda went. Yeah. Let's let's jump in together because you're talking about golf, but you look at other kinds of the films. Whether it be I own flocks or gentleman's body. The kind of I guess common theme is sort of female protagonists who will not be constrained by kind of the box that society wants to put them in kind of the appeal partly here as well. Yeah. I mean, this is you don't see this type of woman onscreen, very often. She's very I mean, people say, I mean, she's uncompromising she's difficult. She's flawed. But I feel her emotionally. I mean, she's a woman who does not express herself cannot say I love you is very damaged and beaten down and been given certain cards in life that she's pissed off about you. And I found very fascinating and compelling. She tells very dances. It's a hard. It's a hard sell. But at the same time, I've always chosen that road. That's probably tougher because I'm a huge believer in film surviving, and I love for independent films to exist. I love to be part of this film industry operates under the the big studio sort of system, I'm a huge supporter of it will all were have always been will always be interesting things. I think she bowl. In this. But in trusting way because she a lot of people who've written about surprising. It's a new character. And that is true. But I do wonder whether there's an element of gender expectation there where this kind of torture traumatize grizzled cop were at male would be more familiar, and it feels a little like you in car in a kind of deliberately paying with that Tyson. Not so much may because I just go into motion. I'm just like, okay. What do I need to do? And how do I find this person? I mean, I've met people like this. So I know I've seen an experienced a lot in my life. But for Carin who's it's her story, and it's her vision. And I'm sure she's doing that. I mean, my job is not to be stepping outside of it. And looking at it that way, my job is to embody it and bring it to life, and you do very much a lot of conversation about this film in part because of the physical transformation the prosthetics which in some ways kind of films bit of a shame because it film like in so many ways. Almost the least interesting part of this film. You know what I mean? Yeah. I mean, I love that. I'm allowed to go to the place of transforming of never been attached to my own identity in terms of a character. Because a you know, what I came from the west started the while I was trying to that you create a character a wonderful thing to be given as an actor is the ability to do that. And I don't want to be pigeonholed..
"carin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To Q. Tom. Watch reality TV I feel like everyone has one show they whether it's rupaul Paul's drag race or the bachelor or the great British bake off. Maybe even survivor, even if you're not into reality TV at all you have to know what a cultural force survivor has been came on the air back in two thousand and changed everything. Mike white is a critically acclaimed screenwriter and he just competed on survivor. They'll tell you what it was like, plus the director Carin Kasama, the first director, Nicole Kidman called after publicly vowing to work with more female directors talks about their new film, destroyer all that. And so much more coming up on Q. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer at least fifteen people are dead. After gunmen opened fire at a luxury hotel in Nairobi, NPR's or Peralta reports the Islamist group, Al Shabaab is claiming responsibility. Kenya's cabinet secretary for interior. Fred Mahtani says the terrorists used explosives to breach a luxury hotel and one of them blew himself up at the hotel restaurant within hours, the interior secretary said Kenya is now secure we as a country remains strong and determined. He will not all bent. Any manipulation or efforts of terrorist elements less than an hour after he said that the gunfire erupted at the hotel wants more. Kenya has been attacked by Shabaab in the past the radical Islamists killed almost seventy people at a mall in two thousand thirteen and almost one hundred and fifty at a college two years later in news Nairobi the is to the right two hundred and to the nose to the.
"carin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"And that's like a classic bad dream. I mean, you know, that that is a bad dream, you know, that's the definition of a bad dream and yet it's it. So so you can watch something kind of take on the hallucinatory logic of a dream which in some ways by watching. It is posed to dreaming at yourself. I think gives me a little bit more control over the situation. So while I understand not watching horror films because you're afraid of them. I watched them because I'm afraid of them like I need to feel some control over the experience of my own terror, and it gives me some shape, and so in some ways, I see it as like this. Opportunity to. To safely investigate the horrors of our life as opposed to actually experience them, which is the bigger hor-. You know living living living here on earth. I think is kind of the bigger the bigger terror. You know, we've found our pool clover. I have a pretty I have a pretty dark way of looking at the world. And I so for me, and I don't mean to I I want to be a more hopeful optimistic person. But the fact is I don't I don't think we have a ton of reason for it. And so for me making movies that make sense of or attempt to say that the act of trying to make sense, regardless of your success in that endeavor is is some step toward the positive. That's about as much as I can hope for another thing about horror movies is that they are one of the only types of film that has majority or at least a plurality of its audience as young women. Often there though, though one though, I know the conventional wisdom is that many of its female characters are are terrorized and marginalized by their very female nece, and while that can be true some of our most successful horror films actually have women Fronton center, which I think distinguishes it from a lot of other onerous more with Carin Kusov after a quick break still to come. She'll talk to me about Jennifer's body. Very scary. Very funny movie, she.
"carin" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"Your. I mean, this is kind of cheating because your dad worked for radio station. And it's for that reason. I never did it because he didn't want people to be like oh McElroy. No. We couldn't win. We were prohibited from participating the one radio station. Right. Yeah. But like they were all part of like, the clear channel network, so sort of it was it was prohibitive. Also because like, I don't know I was never the type of person to do sweepstakes or anything like that. 'cause I just figured that. You know, my my my vote wouldn't count. And here's one more from a theme who says I love when I'm vacuuming the house, and I come across a little Pacha crumbs, the satisfying sound of sucking up. The crunchy mess makes cleaning even better nothing is better than finding a business. T message is getting it up. This is like our whole life. Now, our son particularly loves things that crumble. And so I feel like we specifically bought a dustbuster for this purpose. Yeah. I was getting him out a car seat. Today and like picked him up, and as I did I caught like an angle of underneath the car seat. There's a little bit of banana under their own. No. Did you get it as best? I could the thing is quite mummified at that point. We don't have to talk about that though. Seriously. Thank you so much for listening thinking maximum fun for having a network. It's a great place to work great benefits. And we just like a lot. I know I talk about it all the time. But this week stop podcasting yourself as a specially good barn burner. One's goods switchblade sisters. You got beef. And dairy network is very very funny. If you've never listened to that one Jesse go Jesse go can't can't beat the classics all end. And of course, our dear friends at the flop house. Yes. The air dear beloved family friends. Yeah. I think that's let's go ahead. And I mean, I know it's late and we have a child sleeping in our house. But maybe we could just drop him off at the neighbors cut down to the mall. See what's going on get zoo? Kooks is the most open this time of night. We can sneak in we can have a mall pa-. So. Oh, see what other things did it to other shows too too? But we can do mopus owed of wonderful. What would that look like I think it would go a little something like this? Hey, hint, Hanmi hayme is that a corn dog from auntie Ann's oppress along she really say auntie Ann's do. Oh. I'm in self. Maximum fund dot org, comedy and culture, artists owned listener supported. John. Rowe film fans here me, I know you're out there. Do not be ashamed of your love for gore action SCI fi or fantasy. It's time to come out of the shadows. Because I'm switchblade sisters. We celebrate our love for John realms. I'm film critic April wolf each week. I have a conversation with different female filmmaker about their fav-, John realm, and we cover film Pratt getting projects off the ground working with actors in our general love for genre movies. I've had so many great guests like Heather Graham in the past. It's so many films are made by men at the female point of view is not always respected, which is why all these stories have come out till now Jennifer's body director Carin Kusaba. I think there's a lot more fantasy and a lot more expectation projected onto a woman director comedian and actor caper limb. I mean, it sounds so cheesy talk about it in yourself like you just keep going. You're you know, I'm just a vessel. Like, I I just do a, you know, I don't think that is what it is and many others so checkout switchblade sisters every Thursday on MAC. Amom fun dot org or wherever you get your podcasts.
"carin" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"But it was never really written most about it was mostly. What was also the movie is keeps you guess, it's another element. The heat wine. More information about an fact that you're only giving us drips of keep us intrigued on blanket and give us anymore. All I know. We're out of time. What's next look at you? Tell us about your working on next work another LA movie with carring were meditating on that right now. Does it have title? No. So it doesn't even have years from now. You can't get. No, no, no Carney has had an idea for ten hours. Star Wars Star Wars. And we're we're right in studio Hordley KARN based on spoke called breed and adult. Horror movie based around conception. And and then we're were TV shut up to us. We're trying to GD was the TD ship. It's a adaptation of this. It's could not be more different tone destroyer is amputation of kids series called the mysterious Benedict society, which is delightful kind of. Fancy kind of Dickensian caper Kristofor, which were we writing for so great. So we're hopeful on that. But yet with Carin, we we made a companies family style that is. So we just now conform allies or try to make this small LA movie than me, you know, claiming the studio movie wing on after the other see what happens will you guys are making a lot of really unique original, creative choices, and I love to see him talk about it. I can't wait to see what you do actually very generously time and give it up again. And that's how the QNA went down special. Thanks again to co riders Phil, hey, and madman, Freddie for coming down to chat about their latest film destroyer, and I would like to again apologize to fill in Matt for the mysterious sound failure that occurred. I have no clue what happened. But I was quite.