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"dylan farrow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:27 min | Last week

"dylan farrow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dominican Republic, but is discontinued for the U.S. Virgin Islands. Woody Allen announcing his retirement from filmmaking, while in Europe to work on his 50th film the longtime director told a Spanish newspaper that is upcoming French language film will be his last, at 86 he plans to dedicate his twilight years to writing Alan has spent more and more time shooting films in Europe as support for his work in the U.S. has sank over abuse allegations concerning his daughter, Dylan farrow. I'm Tammy trejo. SpaceX is hoping to launch another Starlink mission tonight after poor weather conditions prompted the cancellation of yesterday's planned launch from cape canaveral space station in Florida. Space Force officials say there's a 30% chance that weather conditions will be favorable for the planned launch at 8 43 tonight Eastern Time. Authorities say their main concerns, center around the potential for clouds and lightning during the launch window. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appear to be uninvited to a state reception hosted by King Charles at Buckingham Palace Sunday Night, Jim Forbes has the latest. The duke and duchess received an invitation to the event earlier this week, but palace officials say the reception is for working royals only. Presidents and prime ministers from around the world will be in attendance, including President Biden and the First Lady, the confusion over whether Harry and Meghan will attend the receptions, follows mixed messaging over the prince's right to wear a military uniform during funeral events. I'm Jim Forbes. British military intelligence is suggesting Russia has stepped up attacks on civilian infrastructure in Ukraine in Kyiv, Julia Chapman says Moscow is retaliating for its setbacks on the battlefield after Ukrainian forces took back thousands of square miles of territory overnight the mayor of the southern city of Mikhail ivy says a hospital was damaged in an attack. The governor of nipo petrovsk north of zapper Asia says shelling on Saturday damaged private homes. There are fears that Russia could escalate the conflict after finding itself on the back foot. U.S. president Joe Biden has warned Moscow not to use chemical or nuclear weapons. Threatening a consequential response. Julia Chapman, Kyiv. While it can be argued that any day is a good day for a cheeseburger today is an especially good one. That's because it's national cheeseburger day. There are plenty of deals available. I'm Tammy trujillo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The border crisis reached a national headlines last week when Florida governor Ron DeSantis chartered two planes to shuttle migrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, with many of those people saying they had not been told where they were heading, only that there would be food housing and jobs there. In the past weeks and this weekend, Texas governor Greg Abbott sent busloads of migrants on nearly two day bus trips to New York City without notice or coordination with officials here. Mayor Eric Adams says New York will always be willing to help new arrivals pursue the American Dream, but he slammed the Republican governor's tactics. That is what crisis calls for. It calls for coordination. There was no coordination at all with governor Abbott. And governor desantis just wanted to use his political ploy instead of understanding that these are people, these are families, these are human beings. Adams, they're speaking today on ABC's this week. Federal Reserve policymakers are expected to approve another jumbo interest rate increase during their two day meeting that wraps up on Wednesday as they struggle to tamp down demand. Brian rowing, head of global fixed income strategy at Wells Fargo investment institute. Says he thinks the fed won't blink. I think the fed will continue to hold those rates at high level until their confidence are going to win. One thing that is getting back to normal in this post pandemic world, October fest kicks off today in Munich, Germany, but things are a little different. Bloomberg's Tom busby has more. After it was canceled for the last two years because of COVID-19, October fest is back this weekend, but with the price of energy, barley, hop, steel barrels, and just about everything else higher. The cost of a sign of beer will be 15% more than it was back in 2019, the last time the event was held. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is

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AJ Has One More Comment on the Woody-Mia Situation

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:08 min | 7 months ago

AJ Has One More Comment on the Woody-Mia Situation

"But let me comment on the woody verse Mia situation. One more time because I hinted in the last show I did that one of the children Moses was a kid who basically said, no, my sister Dillon's lying. And he took the opposite side. He didn't go with the flow. He did initially, but eventually he came around to being team woody because it was eating him up inside. He knew that his father was being taken down brick by brick and it wasn't fair. Now, Moses is a very private person. He's now a therapist and shit went to get his master's degree. Does great work, apparently, doesn't like public attention. You'll never hear from him or see him. But he came out at one point and talked about how the misleading attacks on his father, he didn't want to stay silent about any longer. And the reason why he won't is because he was present for everything that happened in that house before during and after this alleged event that Mia Farrell and Dylan farrow say took

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Four's twist of faith which explored sexual abuse in the catholic church. They have experienced their greatest successes on projects they made together. Which also tackled subjects related to sexual misconduct. Two thousand twelve the invisible war for which they were oscar-nominated in one peabody award. Shine a light on sexual assault in the military. Two thousand fifteen. The hunting ground for which they received the producers guild stanley kramer award exposed the epidemic of rape on college campuses. Two thousand twenty's on the record looked at numerous allegations of sexual misconduct on the part of hip hop mogul russell simmons and alan v pharaoh a four-party. Hbo docu series which dropped last. Spring examines allegations of sexual abuse. Made by dylan farrow against her father woody allen and has brought this team primetime emmy nominations for writing directing and producing. I'm talking about kirby. Dick and amy's eric over the course of our conversation. The sixty eight year old and fifty eight year old reflected on their very different journeys to filmmaking. How i crossed paths and began working together. How sexual misconduct became a running theme of their work. What they would have asked woody allen if he had agreed to be interviewed for allen. V pharaoh plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to that conversation. Aiming kirby thank you so much for joining us on the podcast great to have you and to see you guys again and on this one. We really do begin at the beginning. We're gonna work our way to the current project but just to start with. I wonder if you can each share where you were born in raised. Amy can you kick us off on my gosh born framingham massachusetts than i was raised in newton gerrad socks until i was six years old and then we moved to la unsound then. I should add before we go to curvy. He also tell us. Just what your folks did for living always interesting to see how you know what people come from to get into this business. That's that's interesting. i'm my dad. May he rest in. Peace was a holocaust survivor and when he was liberated from the camps. He couldn't speak any english so he went into the sciences and he ended up getting a phd in physics and actually did the heat. Shields for the apollo's only which is quite extraordinary. I like it's interesting to share right because like what we lose from these genocides traumatic events that total flipped on others. He managed to do that. But then in the seventies whitaker corporation would ham and they said we wanna do we want to compete with nasa and we want to start a space program on the west coast. This was kind of when the boom appre now. Space exploration had sort of a very optimistic about it ended he moved. That's why we all moved from boston to To la and then of course the all of that fantasma exploded imploded and it vanished and so that actually for my child owned car wash so it was like there wasn't a lot of freelance for for nuclear physicists. Where else do you go to what. He did inaccuracies. Each and so i mean base us was was a baby. Ten a twinkle at his mother's is so so that was that and actually so i grew up. I i did cashier on weekends and my brother did what we call. Kiss off you know. Clean the cars off and so he he Ran a car. Wash for about ten years was continually because he was as entrepreneurs continue looking for something else to do and then by the time he was forty and i got into college. He had started a diagnostic company. That tests blood. And that's what he ended up doing and actually became a very successful businessman so it was kind of a very interesting career and my mom was a speech therapist when she thought she was marrying a physicist did that when he was doing that they apologize and then everything else as she kind of just when he did buy a car wash. She worked the car wash and then when he did his sled testing business. She ended up doing marketing so she was an adjunct to his his work career. Okay kirby although you not quite as sensational But i do want to say about it is that it's quite it's sort of very instructive story about what immigrants bring to this country. Brian i mean he was able to. His father was able to making credible contributions in two completed fields. My parents were teachers My dad was a high school teacher. My mom's a junior high teacher. I grow up. i was born in phoenix. Arizona and grew up in tucson arizona. Left when i was eighteen to go to college. You know is kind of a bourbon live. It was a good time. You bring in tucson other than the fact that it was It was at that time that was during the cold war and the cuban missile crisis. And so what the. Us government decided to put a ring of found a missile icbm missiles around the say right so it was like everybody just sitting. It'd be completing ring. But i will say but my parents they were always a sort of. They were always activists in their own way. I mean there were very involved in the methodist church. They were involved in the original great boycott. I remember going out and picketing and and things like that you know when i was. I don't know early teens. I think my mother was the first person. Introduce the concept of reconciling church to her. You know of. I think it was arizona. California division of the matha church and she was the first person to say you know we should embrace gays and lesbians and And to the first person to kind of do that. At a at a nash regional conferences. So they're always they're always some you know activists arson social justice. And if i say one more thing about your point kirby about The emigrants is that my dad actually made it a point once. He was in a position When he had that blood testing business the diagnostic business that he started his forties of hiring immigrants. Pretty much exclusively. Because he wanted to do for them. What this country had done for him. So i remember growing up. We had the boat the boat people. He had russian immigrants. We had an iranian child. Live with us. You know one. When the shah fell he got out his parents. And that was really. I learned to that up-close. And i do remember at the dinner table. My mom said that at one point. Someone ran from the backward. The russians are fighting the russians brennan. She turned on the radio thinking. Oh my god and now it was just the russians were fighting back with a department.

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Woody Allen Denies Daughter Dylan Farrow’s Abuse Allegations

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Woody Allen Denies Daughter Dylan Farrow’s Abuse Allegations

"Woody Allen says actors who have distanced themselves from his films are well meaning but foolish. In a rare interview that aired Sunday is the CBS Exclusive on Paramount Plus, the 85 year old director said. They're persecuting a perfectly innocent person and they're enabling this lie. Allen's first US interviewed nearly 30 years recorded last July in his Manhattan home. It aired alongside a 2018 interview with his adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, who is accused of mull of molesting her in 1992 when she was seven.

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Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Woody Allen slams 'Allen v. Farrow' docuseries revisiting sexual abuse claim

"Woody Allen responds to a damning new docuseries the early nineties. Allegations that Woody Allen molested is then seven year old daughter, Dylan Farrow are the main focus of the HBO docuseries Alan V. Pharaoh, which includes extensive interviews with Dylan, her mother, Mia Farrow, and a bunch of others that lead viewers to believe Dylan was abused by Alan. The filmmakers say they reach down Talyn to tell his side, but he never responded. Now he's out with a statement, saying the documentarians had no interest in the truth, calling the allegations categorically false and the Syriza's a

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on KCRW

"If you were seeing the vice president of the president, you were tested on a daily basis and then Cabinet members or people coming in. We're usually tested before seen either of them. That was a critical part of it. But they were certainly the majority of the building and the executive Eisenhower Building and in the West Wing. If you weren't on the immediate inner circle of staff, you were not tested. There were plenty of people walking around the building who were not getting tested on the basis, of course. The test of the White House season is the ad attest, and there were certainly Scenarios that I'm very well well aware of the past, you know, six or eight months that I was there on the Copa CAF words where there were a lot of faults naked as in false positives, so the test is not necessarily completely reliable. On just briefly. In the few seconds we have left. How much pressure did you feel to tow the party line on the Corona virus on masks on businesses Usual on the robustness of testing around President Trump. You started with that on a daily basis. I felt a sense of duty to you know, I saw the vice president fairly frequently. I've gone on a daily basis and I felt a sense of duty to protect him. So No, I I felt awkward at times when I would wear a masks. Sometimes I would feel the pressure of everyone else. Not happy one and be the only one in the room. I would take it off. But I always made it a point to really keep that least succeed. Apart from the vice president and Other critical players because I just It's just I knew the risk. Was there this virus friends very easily. Olivia Troy was homeland security, counterterrorism and Corona virus adviser to Vice President Pence Thank you very much. Thank you for having me. One of the reasons we do AA lot of young adult fiction on this show is because it is a genre that right now is really allowing compelling voices to tackle hard subjects in interesting ways. In the book Hush a cab, All of magical men have literally stolen people's ability to distinguish fact from fantasy. Main character, Shay's, on a quest to find out who killed her mother and uncover what is really behind a plague that is destroying the land. Along the way, she learns that the most dangerous thing is to speak The truth. The author of This book is Dylan Farrow. That's the daughter of Mia Farrell and sister of Ronan Farrow. She has alleged that her adoptive father, Woody Allen, abused her when she was a child, something he has denied. This book was inspired by her experience. Dylan Farrow spoke to us from Bridgewater, Connecticut. I began by asking her about the fictional land. The story is set in. Well. Montagne has been hit by a lot of strife, and it's mostly a deserted wasteland spotted with a few Run down little towns. At this point, they were the victim of a pandemic. Believe it or not, All of this is sort of held together by the ruling power known as High House. And the main character is a young woman called Chez, and she grew up in one of these poor villages. She was an outcast because her brother was killed by that terrible plague called the blot. And there's something different about her right. She has powers, but she doesn't exactly know what they are. Exactly. There's a lot of misinformation and no information running around in the land of Montagne. So Shay is very much on her own trying, Tio. Sort out what exactly? Is happening to her. A huge portion of her journey of self discovery is learning Tio adapt and trust her own intuition in finding out who she is and what she can D'oh I do want to talk about what you write. At the end of the book, You write that you grew up loving fantasy novels that they were a refuge. Tell me about your love of fantasy. I guess I found a sort of escapism. In that particular genre. It's so imaginative and rich and vibrant and different from reality, and I guess it's was a safe haven for me. Um, I'm going to touch on something a little sensitive that you bring up in the afterwards You say that your adoptive father used the overwhelming power of a verbal campaign to lead An entire generation into believing a false narrative, And this book is clearly about abuse of power and abuse of trust. That is rooted in your own experience. Can you talk about that a little bit? Well, one of the things I have Discovered over the years since coming forward with my own story is that it's not as uncommon as I would have believed earlier on in my life. The story of Women in particular, and young women having Tio struggle to tell their stories truthfully and to draw power for themselves from that. Is not exclusively my story. I mean, what the world knows about use mostly what has been written about you and everyone has expressed some sort of opinion. Is writing this book away of staking a claim to your own story. That's Seems fair. Aside from, you know, wanting Tio express myself creatively in, you know the world building and the character development and the story planning I've always wanted, Teo. Express myself this way, and it allows complicated subjects to be sort of dealt with in a setting that might not feel so. Loaded, right? I mean, what I love about fantasy is that you're still dealing with the themes that you would deal with in any book, a novel, but they are taken in a context that makes it seem almost safer to sort of process wth. Um, I think that's absolutely right. Yes, I think that's probably also one of the reasons why I was so drawn to the genre as a whole. It both takes a step back and makes its content. Very relatable. You don't necessarily have to be in a room with a dragon. But if you're if you've ever experienced Being in a situation where you felt Such terror that monster's coming after you or something like that. I feel like it provides ah, a safe space to Explorer feelings that you might not necessarily process in in your day to day. You know, we should say you have a partner and a child in a hole full life. But I am curious. Were you worried about having to bring your story out into the public discourse again? I feel Very differently about this book. Then I d'oh about previous things I have written. It puts forward Ah ah, part of me that I'm more excited about. It comes from a part of myself that I Don't despise. Yes, um In a lot of ways, it feels a lot more authentic. And we should say there's a sequel coming there is yes. How far along are you? I'm currently in the middle of chapter. 16. Okay? Yes, it's been a wild ride. For she and me. Dylan Farrow is the author of Hush. Thank you very much. Thank you. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR news. This is Dr Michael Wilkes. With a second opinion a person presents to the emergency department and tests reveal they have a blockage in a blood vessels supplying the heart. Well, what's the.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If you were seeing the vice president of the president, you were tested on a daily basis and then Cabinet members or people coming in. We're usually tested before seeing either of them. That was a critical part of it. But they were certainly the majority of the building and the executive Eisenhower Building and in the West Wing. If you weren't on the immediate inner circle of staff, you were not tested. There were plenty of people walking around the building who were not getting tested on the basis, of course. The test at the White House, even in the ad a test and there were certainly scenarios that I'm very well well aware of the past, you know, six or eight months that I was there on the Copa CAF forests where There were a lot of faults naked as in false positives, so the test is not necessarily completely reliable On just briefly In the few seconds we have left. How much pressure did you feel to tow the party line on the Corona virus on masks on business as usual on the robustness of testing around President Trump? You might start with that on a daily basis. I felt a sense of duty to you know, I saw the vice president fairly frequently gone on a daily basis, and I felt a sense of duty to protect him. So You know, I I felt awkward at times when I would wear a masks. Sometimes I would feel the pressure of everyone else. Not happy one and be the only one in the room. I would take it off. But I always made it a point to really keep at least succeed. Apart from the vice president and Other critical players, because I just if I knew the risk was there this virus friends very easily. Olivia Troy was homeland security, counterterrorism and Corona virus adviser to Vice president Pence Thank you very much. Thank you for having me. One of the reasons we do AA lot of young adult fiction on this show is because it is a genre that right now is really allowing compelling voices to tackle hard subjects in interesting ways. In the book Hush a cab, All of magical men have literally stolen people's ability to distinguish fact from fantasy. Main character, Shay's, on a quest to find out who killed her mother and uncover what is really behind a plague that is destroying the land. Along the way, she learns that the most dangerous thing is to speak The truth. The author of this book is Dylan Farrow. That's the daughter of Mia Farrow and sister of Ronan Farrow. She has alleged that her adoptive father, Woody Allen, abused her when she was a child, something he has denied. This book was inspired by her experience. Dylan Farrow spoke to us from Bridgewater, Connecticut. I began by asking her about the fictional land. The story is set in. Well. Montagne has been hit by a lot of strife, and it's mostly a deserted wasteland spotted with a few Run down little towns. At this point, they were the victim of a pandemic. Believe it or not, All of this is sort of held together by the ruling power known as High House. And the main character is a young woman called Chez, and she grew up in one of these poor villages. She was an outcast because her brother was killed by that terrible plague, called the block. And there's something different about her right. She has powers, but she doesn't exactly know what they are. Exactly. There's a lot of misinformation and no information running around in the land of Montagne. So Shay is very much on her own trying, Tio. Sort out what exactly? Is happening to her. A huge portion of her journey of self discovery is learning Tio adapt and trust her own intuition in finding out who she is and what she can do. I do want to talk about what you write. At the end of the book, You write that you grew up loving fantasy novels that they were a refuge. Tell me about your love of fantasy. I guess I found a sort of escapism. In that particular genre. It's so imaginative and rich and vibrant and different from reality, and I guess it's was a safe haven for me. I'm gonna touch on something a little sensitive that you bring up in the afterwards you say that your adoptive father used the overwhelming power of a verbal campaign to lead An entire generation into believing a false narrative, And this book is clearly about abuse of power and abuse of trust. That is rooted in your own experience. Can you talk about that a little bit? Well, one of the things I have Discovered over the years since coming forward with my own story is that it's not as uncommon as I would have believed earlier on in my life. The story of Women in particular, and young women having Tio struggle to tell their stories truthfully and to draw power for themselves from that. Is not exclusively my story. I mean, what the world knows about use mostly what has been written about you and everyone has expressed some sort of opinion is writing this book away of staking a claim to your own story. What seems fair aside from, you know, wanting Tio express myself creatively in, you know the world building in the character development and the story planning I've always wanted, Teo. Express myself this way, And it allows complicated subjects to be sort of dealt with in a setting that might not feel so loaded, right. I mean, what I love about fantasy is that you're still dealing with the themes that you would deal with in any book, a novel, but they are taken in a context that makes it seem almost safer to sort of process them. I think that's absolutely right. Yes, I think that's probably also one of the reasons why I was so drawn to the genre as a whole. It both takes a step back and makes its content very relatable. You don't necessarily have to be in a room with a dragon. But if you're if you've ever experienced being in a situation where you felt such terror that a monster's coming after you or something like that, I feel like it provides a safe space to Explorer feelings that you might not necessarily process in in your day to day. You know, we should say you have a partner and a child in the whole full life. But I am curious. Were you worried about having to bring your story out into the public discourse again? I feel very differently about this book. Then I d'oh about previous things I have written. It puts forward a ah part of me that I'm more excited about. It comes from a part of myself that I Don't despise, Um In a lot of ways, it feels a lot more authentic. And we should say there's a sequel coming there is yes. How far along are you? I'm currently in the middle of chapter. 16. Okay? Yes, it's been a wild ride. For she and me. Dylan Farrow is the author of Hush. Thank you very much. Thank you. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR news and you're.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Which typically occurs every ten to twenty years or so and can last up to three years the bill now heading to the house today is flag day in America the day commemorating the adoption of the American flag two hundred and forty three years ago by the Continental Congress the flag now featuring thirteen stripes representing the original thirteen colonies and fifty stars one for each state another deadly police involved shooting leading to a very violent night of protest down in Atlanta the latest now from CBS news CBS news update raised in that letter and violence after twenty seven year old race chart Brooks was fatally shot by a police officer Brooks was black the officer Garrett Rolph is white wealth has been fired CBS's mark Strassman reports it's the latest deadly mall one that explains Saturday's March in Los Angeles and another in Washington DC and all fifty states protesters demand the vaccine for America's other killer virus racism Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms does not believe the shooting was justified there is a clear distinction between what you can do and what you should do Republican South Carolina senator Tim Scott tells CBS's face the nation in order for us to provide more opportunities to be escalating situations and to reduce the use of force we have to have affected training that situation is certainly a far less clear one than the ones that we saw with George Floyd and several other ones around the country CBS news update and a man with a pretty familiar name and face to WBZ viewers and listeners seeking forgiveness now over recent remarks on social media about race relations David Goldman CEO of the phantom gourmet scene on WBZ TV and owner of the men didn't win drive in has apologized for some reason Facebook posts that ridicule the black lives matter protests that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis the posts on his own Facebook page have not been taken down and after WBZ TV received many complaints and open offered an apology on the phantom gourmet Facebook page he called his posts inappropriate hurtful and wrong and he said he supported everyone's right to free speech and free assembly and that heat to desired racial and social justice he cited his record of philanthropy and ask for forgiveness aren't going WBZ Boston news radio at twelve forty nine some black owned businesses have now seen an increase in business following a black lives matter protest over the recent death of George Floyd on may twenty fifth in Minneapolis among those benefiting is comfort LA that's a soul food restaurant in Los Angeles co founder mark Walker says the increase has enabled him to hire more staff business review thankful for that opportunity because not able to bring more staff on the day of the prince of the people that were like going didn't have I was before so definitely that Walker also says business has increased by about fifty percent in Vermont police are investigating the vandalism of a black lives matter mural that was painted on the street in front of the state house hundreds came together and gathered at Montpelier on Saturday to paint a mural which said black lives matter in yellow letters letters according to police in Montpelier the painting was smeared with mud dirt and oil early this morning and graffiti was also sprayed heavily on the sidewalk near by but that the messages did not appear to be about the budget and not targeting the actual mural former defense secretary Robert gates today says we can use the other people in the country as an opportunity to change the names of its military facilities not only to name some of these places for some of our great generals of the twentieth century but also individuals such as African American and other minority met a medal of honor recipients and so on speaking on NBC's meet the press gates also directed some sharp criticism at president trump claiming Mr trump has allowed the U. S. military to be used as a prop he said some of the president's words and actions gave him pause including his photo op two weeks ago in front of St John's church across from the White House senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is considering creating a Juneteenth holiday he called the idea brilliant Juneteenth which is celebrated on June nineteenth marks the ending of slavery here in the US spike Lee's apologizing for voicing support for Woody Allen and criticizing cancel culture he referred to Allen as a great great filmmaker in an interview Friday on a New York radio station he also questioned whether you can just a race somebody like they never existed the following daily tweeted an apology saying he does not tolerate sexual harassment assault or violence Woody Allen has been accused of molesting his daughter Dylan Farrow when she was seven years old in the early nineties an allegation he.

"dylan farrow" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Maureen Callahan from the New York Post finally I I I don't think it's under arrest an underground I don't think it's in any way I underestimating your view of woody Allen's memoir to say you didn't like it is it I actually did find it entertaining he is say what you will about the man he is a fantastic writer right it it actually it it was it was a great surprise to have a drop in the middle of all of that argument war room you have one of I I think New York City created characters come delen not only were leaked blacklisted memoir but it was it shows that you know he spent about eighty P. re litigating the hold you near there and you know that the court battle and the accusations by Dylan Farrow and mia and Ronan Farrow and it was also remarkable in keeping with the theme we have just a completely I hold unapologetic defend your any and all actions no matter how either creepy or borderline illegal so I loved it actually really okay all right yeah it's a I'm looking forward to reading it especially after your column I don't know if it's the kind of commercial he I would have preferred but it's certainly effective nonetheless Maureen it is always a pleasure to talk with you I hope we can talk again soon I'll be clear thank you again they pay for it all right thank you Maureen Callahan New York Post this column on Amazon is a must read in the post it now please if you haven't already check it out please go and read it I'll be right back when we come back by popular demand some of you didn't get to hear my okay impersonation of Andrew Cuomo on Friday some of those pretty good I have asked me to play again so we'll play it next this is Frank Madonia nine seventy the answer Morata returns in just a moment to give me another reason not to go to sleep yet on a a nine seventy the answer this is a M. nine seven the answer it's forty degrees and partly cloudy what's going on we have the answer there are more than three thousand members of the New York City fire department out sick that includes firefighters EMTs and paramedics however the city stresses that does not mean all of the sick outs are corona virus related more than four hundred twenty.

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Woody Allen has new publisher, memoir published Monday

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Woody Allen has new publisher, memoir published Monday

"What do you L. as memoir is now out when word first came that Woody Allen was releasing a memoir his original publisher backed down after employees there were outraged but that didn't stop arcade publishing the book titled apropos of nothing was quietly released Monday arcade says it's a candid and comprehensive personal account by Woody Allen of his life and it does get into allegations that he sexually abused Dylan Farrow the daughter you doctored with mia Farrow The Hollywood Reporter describes that part of the book is defensive it also details his relationship with wife SUNY Preben to whom the book is dedicated J. citizens and ABC news

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Stepdaughter Dylan Farrow he says that mia Farrow her mom had a quote a Hellblade quest for revenge or bori Moby Dick reference he said I never laid a finger until the never did anything to or that could even be misconstrued construed as abusing her it was a total fabrication from start to finish so those are the only one I just read all these acts service because I'm not going to read this book I'm not going to buy it but I'll read these excerpts thank you in what way what we want to do with that fat yeah I'd to get the lord I'll read this dirty **** from Woody Allen we do have a couple questions to talk about on the system this afternoon near Hastings sixty one northbound across from one hundred twentieth street to highway ninety five near Maplewood ninety four westbound across from white bear Avenue to reduce street your five Eyewitness News weather forecast partly cloudy tonight thirty six mostly cloudy forty nine tomorrow the rain coming back in tomorrow night with showers forty two rain continuing Wednesday forty six right now forty four the first guys of the my talk studios and I want to introduce you to my friend Simon from a light sign that you've been working with the lights team in Pakistan hi Bradley yes and one of the biggest things we have been working on is getting kids in school Pakistan has one of the highest rates in the world of kids out of school with specially guts so we go out and meet with community leaders and we dont experience about what's keeping them from sending their kids in their guns to school there are usually issues.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Going to slow down certainly in certain sectors we get that but coming in with a strong base like this should give us much more confidence unemployment dipped to three point five percent matching a fifty year low investors were not reassured however stocks continued their downward slide starts the NPR news Washington the Dow closed down two hundred fifty six points this is NPR news the Islamic state group has claimed responsibility for an attack in Kabul Afghanistan Friday gunmen opened fire during a ceremony attended by several prominent political leaders at least thirty two people were killed dozens more were wounded before the gunman were killed by police this is the first major attack in Kabul since the U. S. and the Taliban signed an agreement for the phased withdrawal of US troops the Taliban denied involvement book publisher has should said that it will not publish a memoir by filmmaker Woody Allen NPR's and associates he'll because reports on Thursday dozens of employees from a number of has had imprints walked out of their jobs in New York and Boston to protest the books impending publication earlier this week Allen's estranged children Ronan and Dylan Farrow had also criticized a shed heavily for working with Allen for decades Dylan Farrow has accused Allen of sexually abusing her as a child which would be Allen denies ronin Ferris recent book catch and kill was about alleged sexual predators including Allen Allen's representatives have not responded to NPR's repeated requests for comment on this as it still goes NPR news New York president trump tweeted Friday he's replacing acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney with Republican congressman mark meadows this will be his fourth chief of staff Mulvaney will become the US special envoy for Northern Ireland meadows is the one time leader of the house freedom caucus and a long time supporter of president trump I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on WDRC

"For the families of others have lost their lives and we love them this special people it's an incredible place incredible state tremendous heart already you see people rebuilding president trump's survey by air and on the ground the wreckage left by a powerful and deadly storm system that ripped through the state Tuesday leveling homes and killing at least twenty five people at the White House John decker fox news I'll states raised an unspecified settlement with nearly half of the roughly three under fifty men who say they were sexually abused decades ago by a team doctor thirty two people killed at a ceremony in the capital of Afghanistan Afghan officials say dozens of civilians were killed and wounded after two gunmen opened fire in Kabul and gathering marking the assassination of a Shiite leader by the Taliban in nineteen ninety five but the Taliban denies responsibility for the shooting the Islamic state claimed responsibility and it's been known to carry out similar attacks against Shiite Muslims in recent years some of the wounded are in critical condition and the death toll is expected to rise U. S. officials say American troops provided advice and assistance as well as medical support to those wounded in the attack at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres is condemning the violence and again saying attacks against civilians are unacceptable and those who carry out such crimes must be held accountable well the Allens publisher as canceled the planned release of his memoir the announcement by hatch had pulled a book group comes after days of criticism focused on claims that Allen sexually abused his daughter Dylan Farrow yesterday dozens of has had employees staged a walkout Allen's book was set to come out next month I'm Lisa let Sarah this is fox news.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Those that lost their lives and we love them this special people it's an incredible place incredible state that tremendous heart already you see people rebuilding president trump's surveyed by air and on the ground the wreckage left by a powerful and deadly storm system that ripped through the state Tuesday leveling homes and killing at least twenty five people at the White House John decker fox news I'll stay threatened unspecified settlement with nearly half of the roughly three under fifty men who say they were sexually abused decades ago by a team doctor thirty two people killed at a ceremony in the capital of Afghanistan Afghan officials say dozens of civilians were killed and wounded after two gunmen opened fire in Kabul at a gathering marking the assassination of a Shiite leader by the Taliban in nineteen ninety five but the Taliban denies responsibility for the shooting the Islamic state claimed responsibility and it's been known to carry out similar attacks against Shiite Muslims in recent years some of the wounded are in critical condition and the death toll is expected to rise U. S. officials say American troops provided advice and assistance as well as medical support to those wounded in the attack at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres is condemning the violence and again saying attacks against civilians are unacceptable and those who carry out such crimes must be held accountable well the Allens publisher is canceled the planned release of his memoir the announcement by hatch had pulled the book group comes after days of criticism focused on claims that Allen sexually abused his daughter Dylan Farrow yesterday dozens of has had employees staged a walk out Allen's book was set to come out next month I'm Lisa Sarah this is fox news use your WCF G. three D. for cancer they want you night tonight.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The end of the month macworld and dot com promo code trying this publisher as drop plans to release his memoir how to book group will no longer be publishing his memoir apropos of nothing after dozens of the company's employees staged a walk out in protest in a statement the company said the decision to cancel Mr rounds book was a difficult one we have published and will continue to publish many challenging books adding after listening we came to the conclusion that moving forward with publication would not be feasible both Ronan and his sister Dylan Farrow tweeted their opposition to the memoir being published bill accused her father of molesting her Allen was cleared by two investigations he denies the accusations Michelle police now fox news Florida lawmakers on the verge of sending legislation a governor on the sentence that requires panic buttons in every school it's a lady security measure being implemented on campuses after the parkland school shooting two years ago the measure known as a lysis law would establish an electronic link between schools and law enforcement most people will need to set their clocks ahead before going to sleep tomorrow night as we enter daylight saving time so now sunrise will be later so will sunset despite the number of states agitating to opt out and join Arizona and Hawaii which do not observe daylight saving time Maryland for one urging the legislature to spring forward and stay there Florida Georgia Wyoming all asking voters to end the shift but then there's the question which time will any given state land on fox's carries Crowley blueprints for the original World Trade Center are up for sale the New York antiquarian book fair after a Colorado man rescued them from the trash that includes over five hundred plans is the largest ever offered for sale they didn't disclose the price but said it is in the six figures the blueprints have been thrown out by the daughter of the towers architect when he cleaned out his things after he died not realizing what they were I'm.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"America is watching before president trump toward the center for disease control and prevention they went to Tennessee where tornadoes ripped through the eastern part of the state earlier this week reviewing recovery efforts and offering support to local residents I have a message for the families of others have lost their lives and we love them the special people it's an incredible place incredible state that tremendous heart already you see people rebuilding president trump's surveyed by air and on the ground the wreckage left by a powerful and deadly storm system that ripped through the state Tuesday leveling homes and killing at least twenty five people at the White House John decker fox news Ohio state is reached an unspecified settlement with nearly half of the roughly three hundred fifty men who say they were sexually abused decades ago hi team doctor thirty two people killed at a ceremony in the capital of Afghanistan Afghan officials say dozens of civilians were killed and wounded after two gunmen opened fire in Kabul and a gathering marking the assassination of the Shiite leader by the Taliban in nineteen ninety five but the Taliban denies responsibility for the shooting the Islamic state claimed responsibility and it's been known to carry out similar attacks against Shiite Muslims in recent years some of the wounded are in critical condition and the death toll is expected to rise U. S. officials say American troops provided advice and assistance as well as medical support to those wounded in the attack at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres condemned the violence and again said attacks against civilians are unacceptable and those who carry out such crimes must be held accountable what he Allen's publisher is canceled the planned release of his memoir the announcement by hatchet book group comes after days of criticism focused on claims that Allen sexually abused his daughter Dylan Farrow yesterday dozens of hatchet employees staged a walk out Allen's book was set to come out next month I'm Lisa.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on 600 WREC

"News channel the boys of a ship publishing in New York walk out in protest over the planned publication of the film director Woody Allen's memoir the walkout follows on my criticism from Dylan Farrow who accused her stepfather molesting her when she was seven M. Farrow's brother Ronan who declared he would not work with the publisher again the employees said in a brief statement we stand in solidarity with Ronan Farrow Dylan and survivors of sexual assault the move came after the C. E. O. Michael page failed to pull together a town hall meeting intending to explain why the imprint would put out Allen's memoir April seventh boxes Michele Pelino a Colorado man who threw a couple water on Iowa Republican Steve king gets two years probation and two hundred hours community service givens was in Iowa for a family funeral when he saw congressman king at a restaurant apartheid stadium employee in Seattle testing positive for corona virus a CenturyLink field employee who worked at the XFL Seattle dragons game February twenty second has tested positive for corona virus but as of now No games scheduled at the facility have been canceled according to king county officials in Washington state the employee was a concessions vendor for that game against the Dallas renegade which had in attendance of just over twenty two thousand the XFL established a code nineteen task force is closely monitoring the issue with feedback from health and public safety authorities at the local and national level as for CenturyLink field they're set to host an MLS game for the Seattle Sounders Saturday against the Columbus crew Matt Apollo Tonto fox news in the forecast two storms will combine into one off the north east coast today bringing windy conditions rain and some limited snow for some spots a nice warm up is under way across the Midwest this weekend and the system moving into the northwest.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the disease will be distributed nationwide by the end of next week pence was speaking in Washington state which has confirm seventy cases of corona virus eleven of them fatal for the coronavirus has a spread in the Seattle area and new cases are detected around the country every day the good news is that the vast majority of all of those who have contracted the corona virus are recovering and doing well meanwhile a measure president trump plans to sign today sets aside eight billion dollars in emergency funding to deal with the corona virus outbreak in China some angry citizens shouted down the country's vice premier during a visit to Wuhan the epicenter of the corona virus outbreak as NPR's Emily find reports the incident highlights growing discontent with the local government's response Swinfen line toward this complex in the Chinese city with the outbreak began while dozens of residents shouted from their balconies it's all fake messages seen by NPR residents complain that they had been forbidden from coming out during swims for and we're not receiving food deliveries as promised by local officials a quarantine is still in effect in one surprisingly the videos were tweeted out with English captions by two Chinese state owned media outlets though won a race there tweet hours later Twitter is blocked in China I'm only saying and pure news Beijing the U. S. Supreme Court today is set to hear arguments over a trump administration policy that requires asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while their cases are pending in U. S. courts details from NPR's John Burnett the Supreme Court is expected to stay the trump administration's remain in Mexico policy which would keep some sixty thousand migrants right where they are in shelters and makeshift camps in Mexico while they await their asylum claims a California federal appeals court sympathetic to the migrants initially blocked the policy known as M. P. P. last week but then left it in place after the government warned the order could prompt chaos at the border acting U. S. customs commissioner mark Morgan spoke to reporters Thursday again the latest in P. P. ruling could easily drive yet another search it's just going to re energize the pull factors of legal immigration putting everyone once again at risk the High Court has until next Wednesday to decide to take up the case John Burnett NPR news you're listening to NPR news a federal judge says US Attorney General William Barr made misleading statements about the report on the Russia investigation apparently in an attempt to influence public debate U. S. District Court judge Reggie Walton is ordering far to hand over an unredacted version for court review dozens of employees of the has shed book group walked out yesterday to protest the company's publication of woody Allen's memoir the protest came two days after Allen's son journalist Ronan Farrow said he could no longer work with the publisher NPR's understands the SCO because has the story Dylan Farrow Ronan Farrow's sister has long accused their estranged father Woody Allen of having sexually abused her as a child running for his book catching kill was all about alleged sexual predators including Allen who has long denied the accusations in support of the pharaohs dozens of employees that has shed book group in both New York and Boston walked off the job on Thursday they included workers it too has shed own imprints little brown and Grand Central publishing which is slated to publish Allen's book Ferris agent Lynn Nesbit told NPR that he is grateful for their support on this does it still because NPR news New York an attorney for Harvey Weinstein says the convicted moving local has been moved to new York's Rikers island jail complex after undergoing a heart procedure Weinstein was hospitalized immediately after his February twenty fourth conviction on.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Of hash that publishing walked off the job in New York Thursday fox's Michelle Paulino tells us in protest over the company's publishing of a Woody Allen met mark employees said in a brief statement we stand in solidarity with Ronan Farrow Dylan and survivors of sexual assault the move came after the C. E. O. Michael page failed to pull together a town hall meeting intending to explain why the imprint would put out Allen's memoir April seventh the walkout follows on my criticism from Dylan Farrow who accuse her stepfather molesting her when she was seven and Farrow's brother Ronan who declared he would not work with the publisher again a shed published Ronan Farrow's book catch and kill the crowbar city in Iran especially hard and that is spurring conspiracy theories Iran's press TV suggesting that the reason so many people are falling sick and dying from the corona virus in that country is that the Zionists have sent over a stronger version of the disease then earning a rebuke from the Zionist organization of America is Liz Berney so reminiscent of you know that that you know the Middle Ages let me explain to you the blacks playing Bernie says such statements are dangers because some people are convinced to believe them Jerry bomb Garten fox news when people choose to celebrate their birthdays and all kinds of ways but one women skip the cake this year she's one hundred years old and looks fantastic in her mug shot yes Ruth Bryant of North Carolina hit one hundred the other day and wanted to spend in jail apparently this experience was on our bucket lists to deputy showed up at her assisted living facility to serve for a warrant charging her with indecent exposure a handcuff prions are her Walker and placer in the patrol car giving her the full experience the lights and sirens flashing and blaring after the mug shots he spent a few moments in a jail cell and left with an orange shirt.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on KOMO

"Fine until you showed up scoop for guests of the falcons and Vicky Cristina Barcelona I'm a big girl okay after the me too movement shine bring new light on a decades old allegations of sexual assault how do I feel about Woody Allen she muses in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter I love woody I believe him and I would work with him anytime Dylan Farrow Allen's adopted daughter with his ex girlfriend mia Farrow claims Allen molested her back in nineteen ninety two when she was seven an allegation Allen has always denied and for which he has never been charged last year Dylan's allegations resurfaced and the director's career took a hit one of his projects shelved actors like Selena Gomez. as Timothy shallow may and Mira Sorvino expressing regret for working with him. Allen filed a sixty eight million dollar lawsuit against Amazon earlier this year after the streaming behemoth canceled a multi film contract with the filmmaker arguing that the director's reputation has been tarnished in the wake of me too Jo Hanson says she's spoken to Allen about sexual abuse allegations I see what he whenever I can and I've had a lot of conversations with him about it I have been very direct with him and he's very direct with me he maintains his innocence and I believe him Johanneson is a vocal supporter of the times of movement last year calling out James Franco for wearing at times up into an award show after that appearance is several acting students he taught accused him of sexual misconduct Franco called the allegations and accurate and said if I've done something wrong I will fix it I have to how could a person public please stand by an organization that helps to provide support for victims of sexual assault. it leaves preying on people who have no power. I want my pen back by the way and so much of Hollywood has really distance itself from Woody Allen and his work some actors who worked with him expressing remorse for natural Hanson she says that she believes it will work with them again once again is A. B. C.'s today Norman Coleman whose time ten fourteen traffic.

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"dylan farrow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"dylan farrow" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Into a community center this is the property were fifty nine people were killed in that shooting from October of two years ago and they said the village of property will forever be linked to the tragic loss of life that took place will never forget the victims and all of those impacted by that evening for the most part it was just an open property that allowed them to set up a giant stage and gave them sort of different places for access and said it was a giant outdoor music festival area they say now they're gonna turn it into an actual community center try to continue the process of community healing they'll event host events like high school basketball tournaments indoor soccer for kids and things like that. early Johannessen is the latest to come out in support of Woody Allen. all the Hollywood reporter in its new cover story that she would not hesitate to work with Allen again she says I love what he I believe him I would work with them any time he's directed her in three movies match point scoop and Vicky Cristina Barcelona. I don't understand I've never I've do not get the Woody Allen the owners that people have she said I see what he wherever it whenever I can I have a lot of conversations with him about it I've been very direct with him and he's very direct with me he maintains his innocence and I believe him course he's been accused by estranged daughter Dylan Farrow of sexual abuse. this along the lines of you know. foods that are horrifically gross to eat they just taste like diseased rhino parts but people swear by them saying because they believe that that's supposed to be the cool thing is to like disease rhino parts or the take I love his movies I do like his movies a lot really but I don't think he's a good person I don't know who I believe that he's certainly. it there's certainly a lot of evidence on Vera side. he adds I don't woody Allen's not my I am not on team what he that's. gotta love midnight in Paris now Hey we should start a new segment what not about what else we should start a new segment about how Australia is apparently becoming the the earth's Florida. okay weird stories coming out of Australia we have a couple of that we'll do when we come I enjoy that the earth's Florida yeah everybody needs. all right Gerry and Jenna will continue and Monica Rick's our shows Florida. well the latest I don't even know how to process that thank you UC Davis has dumped did sue to run marching band years of sexual misconduct hazing and boozing spelled an end to things the plan is to have a band supervised by the college that will have a new name new uniforms.

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