32 Burst results for "Esperanza"
"esperanza" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"During the during the freeze. It's a younger plant. It was planted in July, but it was about 6 ft. Tall. But some of the others in the neighborhood did not. Freeze. I wondered, are these free party No, they're not. There's nothing wrong that happened to your plant. And Esperanza, even your neighbors. Once we get called enough, the top of the plant will freeze off once those Franz freeze when they turn brown on you. You can cut them say, plus to the ground, maybe a little four inch stub picking out of the ground. Simply say, you know where the plant is. Freeze back every year. The older the plant is the longer it's been in the ground. More cold they can handle, but they all will probably freeze back every year. Cut off the dead. And next spring, you'll see them pop right back out of that crown. That Esperanza of your should come back, happy healthy, and it'll get even bigger next year. This is how they work around here. Every year. They freeze back every year. They come back a little bigger and stronger and their beautiful for us. This is just the regular pattern. Yours may have froze because it's a little young, but it should be healthy for you next spring. Excellent. I did cut it back, and I will just wait and be excited in the spring. Yeah. 1st 1st little hands of warm weather. You'll start seeing those chutes come up, and it should do wonderful for you. Excellent. Thank you so much. Thanks for the call. Yeah, we're in that time frame folks were in that time frame. Some folks.
At least 600,000 people without power after Hurricane Delta landfall
"They're flooded out after Hurricane Delta made landfall on Friday night. Here's correspondent Daniell Johnson down power lines. Trees split in half tree branches are, Chris Esperanza del Kam says every year during hurricane season, he stays behind to inform this community on what happens, a lot of a lot of limbs, trees down. Well Delta weekend into a tropical depression, But forecasters warn of flash flood and storm surge danger in areas from Texas. The Mississippi, No deaths from Delta have been reported so far. Princeton
Italy approves outpatient use for abortion pill
"Italy, a month after women protest that lack of access to abortion during the covert restrictions the country removing the final obstacles to taking the abortion pill, While most European countries made the abortion pill more available during locked down, Italy suspended prescriptions in many parts. Now, in a move Italy's Health minister Roberto Esperanza, calls an important step forward for women's rights. Italy has lifted obstacles to the RU for 86 abortion pill, allowing women to take it on an outpatient basis and two up to nine weeks of pregnancy before women wanting to take the abortion pill had to stay in hospital for three days and could take it on Lee up to seven weeks when many women don't even realize they're pregnant.
"esperanza" Discussed on KQED Radio
"How shall I begin my story? That has no beginning. This is Esperanza Esperanza. She's a housewife in New Mexico living in a small town When I was a child, it was called Sand Mantas Thie. Anglers changed the name to sink down, sink down New Mexico. You ISS A. The image is black and white, dusty roads, clothes swaying on laundry lines in the desert. Wind shacks with corrugated tin roofs are so deep in this place deeper than defines deeper in the mineshaft Zinc town is owned by a mining company. All the land all the houses. It all belongs to the company reminders. 18 years my husband has given to that mine living half his life with dynamite and darkness. This is how the film salt of the earth begins. It's a portrait of a desolate place dominated by mining and by injustice. Mexican Americans in town don't have running water in their homes, while Anglos as the Mexicans call them, two Mexicans are more likely to be killed in the mines because they're required to work alone. But Anglos are allowed to work in pairs, and Mexicans are constantly put down by their bosses and treated like dirt. On this day, Ramon Esperanza's husband is considering whether to go on strike with the other Mexican American miners. They want to.
"esperanza" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Radio, 8 40 double The CBS News Update. FLORIDA ALREADY feeling the effects of Tropical Storm E. C. A, says rain continues to fall. The storm was downgraded from a hurricane late Saturday afternoon, and experts say will likely remain that strength. Robbie Berg is with the National Hurricane Center in Miami, working no longer calls for either to become a hurricane. And for that reason now, hurricane warning for the coast of Florida have been downgraded to a tropical storm warnings. Wkmg Esperanza Castro has more from officials. It's important to prepare right now. To be without power as hurricane is IAEA's approaches the Florida coast, Hundreds of power crews are already in position and ready to respond, many of them coming in last night. A mutual aid work horse is 10,000 men and women are working on this restoration effort. Aside from power outages, heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge. Our other concerns. CBS News update. Lisa Broadcasting Live 24 7 from the Tom Drexler Plumbing, air and electric studios. This is news radio. Wait 40 W. H A s And welcome back to retirement. 3 60 With Alan Material Online. Find us at Louisville's retirement coach dot com. You can also give us a call. It's 5022539366 set up that 15 minute phone conversation with one of our advisers. Get your questions answered right now. Don't sit there. Don't wait till the dust settles like we were talking about last week. Don't wait till we make our way through everything and say that's when I'll call now where you might be in for a long term deal here and to get yourself ready for what's coming in the next 30 days, 60 days, six months, two years and then into retirement. That's the kind of plane you wanna have. 5022539366 Well, Alan, it kind of concerns me that there's a certain amount of our workforce that might be.
"esperanza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At noon at new standards dot org's Welcome to Latino USA. How shall I begin my story that has no beginning. This is Esperanza Esperanza. She's a housewife in New Mexico living in a small town When I was a child, it was called San Marcos. The angle changed the name to zinc town. Zinc town, New Mexico. You ISS A. The image is black and white, dusty roads, clothes swaying on laundry lines in the desert wind shacks with corrugated tin roofs. Our roots go deep in this place. He pretended pines. Deeper in the mineshaft. Zinc town is owned by a mining company. All the land all the houses, it all belongs to the company reminders. 18 years my husband has given to that mine. Living half his life with dynamite and darkness. This is how the film salt of the earth begins. It's a portrait of a desolate place dominated by mining and by injustice. Mexican Americans in town don't have running water in their homes while Anglos as the Mexicans call them, too. Mexicans are more likely to be killed in the mines because they're required to work alone. But Anglos are allowed to work in pairs, and Mexicans are constantly put down by their bosses and treated like dirt. On this day. Ramon Esperanza's husband is considering whether to go on strike with the other Mexican American miners. They want to demand equal pay and safer working conditions. What happened next in this small New Mexico mining.
Vindman retiring from Army, lawyer blames Trump
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Trump ups pressure for schools to reopen
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US hits 3 million positive virus tests
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United sending layoff notices to nearly half of US employees
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Germany laments US exit from WHO, says EU seeks to reform it
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Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don't reopen
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Supreme Court sides with Trump in birth control opt-out case
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Harvard, MIT sue to block ICE rule on international students
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Europe: better measures needed to protect travelers from virus
"Italy is urging the European Commission to develop better coordinated measures to prevent passengers with corona virus the writing in the E. U. the call comes off to at least thirty six out of two seventy four passengers on the flight from Bangladesh tested positive upon arrival in Rome now Italy health minister for better Esperanza is proposing new request precautionary measures in a letter to the European Commission of the health it to be suspended flights from Bangladesh on Tuesday after the passengers on Monday's flight tested positive another cluster linked to a returning Bangladeshi worker now comes around a dozen cases outside Rome I'm Charles the last month
Europe: better measures needed to protect travelers from virus
"Italy is urging the European Commission to develop better coordinated measures to prevent passengers with corona virus the writing in the E. U. the call comes off to at least thirty six out of two seventy four passengers on the flight from Bangladesh tested positive upon arrival in Rome now Italy health minister for better Esperanza is proposing new request precautionary measures in a letter to the European Commission of the health it to be suspended flights from Bangladesh on Tuesday after the passengers on Monday's flight tested positive another cluster linked to a returning Bangladeshi worker now comes around a dozen cases outside Rome I'm Charles the last month
Europe: better measures needed to protect travelers from virus
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Students and teachers struggle with remote education
"That's Jimmy Fallon on the tonight show earlier this week. I think voicing the thoughts of so many families. The song was a nod to national teacher appreciation. Week which ends today. But you'd probably go on all year long like schools across the country. The week looked very different compared to years past instead of apples on their desks or gift cards from parents teachers might have received an Apple Emoji or some on then mo. You know why. It's because forty seven states and the district of Columbia have ordered or recommended school closures for the rest of the school year. Teachers across the country have taken their lessons online to try and weather this pandemic so today will some of these teachers struggles and successes in navigating remote learning. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. We had really try to make everything work in the virtual world and that's challenging to do because most teachers like myself we don't sign up for that. We sign up for the interaction. We sign up for the collaboration and we sign up for those human moments that you can't really replicate online. That's Chris deer. Two Thousand Twenty Louisiana teacher of the year and a finalist for the two thousand twenty national teacher of the year. I teach at Shawmut High School in Louisiana right outside of New Orleans. Dear teaches world history to seniors and AP human geography to Freshman. I didn't know what that was. He said it's sort of like anthropology inspired to teach partly because of a formative personal experience. I was in high school when Hurricane Katrina hit. I was a senior. It was our second week. It disrupted the entire region down here. I was forced to Texas. I stayed in hotels in shelters in bounced around different schools. And I missed out on a lot of big events that a lot of people look forward to their senior year sound. Familiar deer has a pretty good idea of what is current students. Probably feel. It's a time when you're supposed to be celebrating all of your hard work your dedication. Your accomplishments When your family supposed to watch you walk across that stage cheer? So it's it's a time that you'll never get to Redo and you'll never get back and it's not just a loss for dear students. Some of them will be the first in their families to graduate from high school and the ceremony would have been meaningful to the relatives as well. Dear has students who are also dreamers undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children Andy has students. They're working essential jobs while they also balance online classes. Learning Online. Might seem easy enough if you're a student with the computer or the Internet but deer also has students who didn't have the luxury of these tools so a lot of students that originally didn't have Internet when this happened. We were Distributed work in packets in just literally papers out when we were distributing food but my district personally has been a given chromebooks out to students who need them and trying to collaborate with local organizations to get hot spots to get kids connected so I think teachers all across the country are doing everything they can to get kids online and to keep that that learning going as Peron's a community school in Phoenix Arizona has also handed out chromebooks in Wi fi to some of its students. But that's not all the school is providing. I think a lot of US forget how schools are to our communities. Even if you're not a student there Hannah Wysong teaches science and English at Esperanza mostly to low income students. She has helped distribute food boxes and gift. Cards to grocery stores. But as this pandemic drags on why song in her colleagues are looking ahead. To long-term challenges families might face food is available and a lot of schools in food. Banks is. This has gone on for a couple of months and parents are not working or working less The next set that working right now is to build a fund for rental assistance. And that's just the creative problem solving. Why Song has been a part of outside the classroom after students have been set up with food and Wi fi is when her real job and the real connection begins and these teachers have come up with all kinds of new ways to do that as well something that we normally at our school? This House monthly family nights with movies are dinner or games or whatever it may be and we were really mourning the loss of family nights and we decided to do it. Virtual dance parties so we got a local Dj from a radio station. And then we invited all of the families to get on zoom there. Were I think between forty five and fifty people on between families and staff and pretty cute to see a bunch of little squares of third graders? Dancing Chris Wyckoff who teaches American history to eleventh graders? North Carolina has taken advantage of our reliance on the Internet to send his students. Some encouragement been sending out digital cards. To let them know that I still see you. I still see your work. I still see you're working hard. Wyckoff has been proud of how well his students at the Johnston County career and technical leadership academy have taken online classes after all they could easily just turned the video off and go do something else online learning you know it has its it has its good and its bad. Even depending on the type of learner you are in a lot of our students are capable of making the adjustment at home all of those the social and emotional atmosphere of home versus the social emotional atmosphere at school all of those things combined to either create atmosphere for success or failure for for the students. Chris dineen this is another. Chris said there were hiccups using video-conferencing at first we had zoom bomb the first or second date but his middle school students at Albuquerque Academy in New Mexico. Have come around. The students themselves had to adapt to a totally different style of teaching and they've actually had to become somewhat more accountable for their own behavior. Because of course we can't see them and monitor them in the ways that we normally do. Laurie Abrahams finds this challenging to. She's a special education teacher on Long Island and works with three to five year olds. Who have special needs during normal times? Work incredibly physical and requires personalized interactions with each student. These days she struggles to get her students to sit still in front of the camera. All kids do well with schedule. Especially the kids with special needs listening issues and attending issues. They really need that. They need that routine. And the you know it's very hard. It's very hard for them but like everyone else. Abrahams has come up with ways to make it work. In fact she borrowed one method of calming her students. Down from children's Yoga certification course. What I'm doing with my fingers touching my thumb to forefinger middle finger rain finger and pinkie and so you have them do that. So it's four touches and then you just say peace begins with me and they understand that peace means quiet and then we keep doing it at any time. You feel anxious or that. You need to calm down you can just you can. Just move your fingers like that. It's thoughtful it's innovative. It's what's necessary the teachers we spoke to said they've mostly worked out the kinks of remote learning and they feel optimistic about finishing the year apart from their students but in the long run. They're still not so sure. I think these kids are young enough. That if it's just four months in the scheme of along is this is not gonNa make the biggest difference because they didn't have four months of preschool. I think that in the fall if kids can't go back to school if they have to learn online. I think that's going to you know really impact this whole generation. This won't surprise you but Chris Dear Louisiana teacher whose own senior year was interrupted by Hurricane Katrina this pandemic once again highlights the need for more investment in education. I know a lot of times when the economy starts to Tank a bit. The first thing that gets cut is education and people might say well. Why do we need as much you know money for education budgets when they do things virtually and whatnot but at this time? I feel like we need more because we need more counselors. We need more. Social workers we need more therapists need smaller classes. And that's how we're going to get through this. These five teachers said the feedback. They've gotten from students and parents has mostly been positive but during the strange difficult national teacher appreciation. Week it's nice for them to hear that their efforts haven't gone unnoticed so since they can't hug their teachers in person this year we got some amazing shouts from students all over. Who want their teachers to know that their students are grateful? My Name is Dalton Davis. I am seven years old from flawless. Oregon. I want to say hi to my first grade teacher. Mrs and Mr Hello. My name is MIRA sing and I am in seventh grade. I would like to thank all of my amazing teachers. Hi My name is Leah. And I'm a fourth grader. I want to give a shot at to my awesome teacher Mr Festival. He is there every day with a smile. Hi My name is Cassie from Whittier California. And thank you to all the teachers especially my Fourth Grade Teacher Mrs Cutler and I'm Kassy's MOM Krista I also WanNa say on behalf of my fourteen year old David who has autism. We appreciate the Special Ed teachers like Mrs Gain. Thanks hi I'M AMELIA. Ham seven years old. I'm in second grade. I have the best teachers and I can't wait the virus to beautiful so I could go back to school.
"esperanza" Discussed on Lightfin Casefiles
"Sorry you'll have to figure this out the hard way you hear anything about coins. Coins aren't really my thing officer. I am all about the Ju- with that. The Blue Marlin turn quickly and with a flash of her till she was gone knicks. They went to see Elsa. The deep sea anglerfish who had originally found the treasure deep. Sea anglerfish are normally found in the deeper sections of the ocean and have a glowing tip to their dorsal fin which is called an ESCA. That glowing light is used to pray towards them. The are the most conversational type of fish. What can you tell us about the day you found the treasure? It was dark and I swam. 's freight over the chest. The gold coins shown with the larger mind-blowing Ashta. Okay what happened after that? Did you notice anyone else around? Not really it's very dark outside my bubble of light. Oh wait. There was a big shadow much thinner than both of you but it was only there for a minute or two. Then it was gone. Did you see anyone else? Oh Not really anything you can tell us would really help solve this case. Please try and remember. Oh no I remember. I had a delicious flounder that day. It just swam right into my light. Elsa smiled at that memory. Her wide mouth with his needle like teeth splits interface from guilty Gill but life in Dwight left feeling very frustrated or the rest of the week. Dwight enlight fin looked under rocks and into submerged wrecks. The swam down every back alley of Atlantis. Joined to find out anything they could about. Who could have taken the treasure? Then after a long day back in the office when everyone else had left we really need to crack this case. Where else the captain will have our badges. Who Do you like for the Stone Fish? He had a motive and we know he was probably lurking around. Even if he didn't do it he knows something. Maybe what about this shark thing? Both Blue Marlin in Sydney said it could be a police shark. Come on you could be inside. The department seems unlikely. Yeah you're right although what if I mean could it be someone in the department? They would know their way around these things and it's a lot of treasure. What about someone high enough up? Who could make sure everyone kept quiet? Come on no one in. The police is going to do something like that. You're listening to the crooks too much. I say that we pull Sydney and again tomorrow and have another go at him. He knows something. Yeah maybe you're right. Let's see what tomorrow brings but you know I can't help thinking maybe there is something there night. Finn put the case file in his desk drawer and turn to swim out the doorway dwight not far behind as the brothers left the police headquarters. A large sheep moved out of some Kelp and headed back into the building. They had just left the next morning. Light Fish Swim into work but by the time he arrived at his desk he was surprised to find. Chief Raggi Tooth in Dwight waiting there for him van. Chief what can I do for you? We got a tip off about the case. Okay what did they say they said it someone inside the Department? Who was involved? Wow that's what we were talking about last night. Did they say who it was? Yes they said it. Was you open your desk drawer detective? Even though lifing was a cold blooded animals he could sense an alarm going off in his brain trying to tell him that something was wrong. Look chief there must be some sort of mistake. I didn't have anything to do with that. Theft just opened the drawer. Light van thin open the drawer. All of his teeth almost fell out of his mouth when he saw what was lying there. They're on top of the case. File were three gleaming gold coins. Who just a minute. That's not mine chief. I swear when we left last night those weren't there you can ask the white he saw me put the file away. Lengthened TURN TO FACED WHITE. But Dwight looked away. And dixie anything. He seemed to be stunned into silence. Dwight tell the captain. It's not true before light-fingered Dwight could say anything else. Captain Ready to spoke again. Bullets into me carefully. Like I don't know what you think this is. Obviously you think you can treat me like some sort of fool. Here's what is going to happen. You are going to pack up your stuff and get out of this station right now if you are lucky and the stays out of the news. Maybe I won't charge you with stealing the loot hold on chief. You know I wouldn't. Cheese face was turning bright red with anger. He moved closer until night. Thing could see the flakes of Tuna Seaweed Sushi from last night's dinner on his teeth. Oh in that was that life in had been kicked off the police force and no one had said a word he. Dwight had a massive argument after that were life and pushed his brother to keep looking into the case. But chief Raggi tooth had shut it all down and put the evidence into underwater storage light fin had never forgiven his brother for not doing more unto White. You are you listening to me. Sorry what life in became aware for the first time the DWAYNE and been talking. You need to get out of here. They'll becoming for you. Who what I think you're right someone in the shark. Pd is a crooked shark and now they've leaked to the TV news the fact you still the Treasurer. You're being framed and soon chief. Ragged tooth will have no choice but to arrest you. How many times have I told you? But I didn't steal anything. That's really not the point right now. Dwight turned on the old black and white. Tv in the corner of the room screen flickers.
"esperanza" Discussed on Lightfin Casefiles
"K. Again arriving at his office back from his vacation in found someone waiting for him a dark shadow slogan the entrance to the cave. Who could it be? The figure swam out into the light seemingly was into shockwave through license. Buddy oh it's you. What are you want? Hello Lawrence the only person who used to call me. Lawrence was our mother. No one calls me that anymore. Do White sorry I forgot. You only use your initial now brother. What was it again? L. Fin? Oh Yes light fan. What do you want to wait? I thought I made it clear. The last time we spoke. I never wanted to see you ever again. I know I know but I need to speak to you believe me. I wouldn't be here if it wasn't important. Let's go inside. You never know who might be listening out here tonight. Look nervous life can look around. But he couldn't see anyone stills angry as a snapping sea turtle about what had previously happened and he was about to tell Dwight to get lost but before he could speak. He was distracted by proclaim sensation on the other. Half of this shark brain after a long pause he said okay. Let's go inside but five minutes and I want you gone as they pass through the doorway life in thought back to. It seem like a very long time ago breaking news on. Ocean News Network Owen. An exclusive report the famed treasure of the Spanish Galleon. The Esperanza has been found and lost again. Good evening see folk and gentle fish. That's right you heard it here first. The famous treasure of the SPERANZA. The ships sunk in eighteen. Sixteen near Palmira has been found. It was rumored to be full of thousands of gold coins and jewels. This reporter understands that it was found by a deep sea anglerfish called Elsa however no sooner had she discovered the treasure than it was stolen from the wreck where she had left it that very same night. The Shark Police Department are on the case. Chief Raggi to has issued a statement saying this case is being treated as the highest priority and confirmed that his top detectives are on it. We will keep you updated as the story. Develops Detectives Lawrenson Dwight Vin? Get in here. How she frankie to`sign old grumpy and sour ragged shark about three meters long. He had been on the police squad for longer than anyone could remember. Lawrence Sorry Light Fin and Dwight were not his favourite or his best shark. Detectives normally any meeting between the chief. And the Finn Brothers. Involved him yelling then right now. It didn't look too great for them as big gaping mouth full of ragged teeth had a very unhappy scowl on it. What's up chief? What's up chief quiet? Dwight you both heard that. The treasurer of the barons has been found. Yes and lost again. Sounds like a hoax chief. Well it's not. We have seen evidence and the find is real. That treasure is out there. This is top priority now. Unfortunately my top sharks. Larry did some silly virus. That means that I am stuck with the two of you. So listen carefully. I want results. Thanks chief. So what do we have to go on right now? There are a couple of suspects we like for this Sydney Stone Fish for one. He is a nasty piece work and he has the context in the deepest scurvy as parts of the ocean. They've anyone in the fishy underworld knows about this. It'll be him. The other suspect we have is the Blue Marlin the notorious jewel thief who has been a suspect in some of the biggest heists in the Ocean. The files are on your desks not to worry. Kif We will get right on it. Don't mess this up just as life in. Dwight arrived back to their desks short. Pd officer informed in Sydney Stone. Fish had been brought in for questioning and was in one of the interrogation rooms waiting for them. Let's find out what this fish knows. Should we use the good shark? Bad Shark Act never fails life in Dwight into the room in. Electric Eel floated in the corner casting a bright light around the whole room Sydney. Who's almost as big as the two sharks was floating under the bright glow. Sydney now looked especially grumpy in the Stinger. On the end of his long tail was flicking around angrily. Alright Sydney wherever you better tell us what you know or else you will be going to the deepest hole we can find for you. You don't scare me detective. I don't know Milton about whatever it is. You're looking for look Sydney. We aren't really interested in you. You're to some fish who probably got mixed up in this. Do the right thing here. Tell us what you know. You don't want my friend here to get mad life in Green Brazlian Sydney. His teeth flashing the light of the ill. Sydney smiled impishly. Back Life in sure what you're looking for detective. Maybe you could give me a clue. Oh come on you know what this is about. What's your network of bottom feeders? Been telling you wait till swooshed angrily and smashed into a rotten plank. That happened to be lying around. Sydney move backwards shocked by the sound of the wood. Breaking better telling something Sydney assigned might step out for a Seaweed Espresso and leave you alone with him. Okay okay if this is about the news story. The one with that treasure being stolen from some fish honest. I didn't have anything to do with it. I actually heard that some cops saw it as an opportunity to get rich shark. Police not a chance. Stop Lying Sydney lying. Detective that's what I heard. What's the problem worried? There might be some crooked charts and the beauty knifing swen menacingly closer to Sydney. The tips of their noses were almost touching their light fan. Take it easy Sydney. How exactly do you know it was shark PD? Then I heard from a couple people that Elsa found the treasure suddenly a shark or fish with appointee to win. A badge was nosing around asking questions. Only Shark PD have those shiny show badges and pointing tails. And what do you know? The next thing treasure was gone. Sounds like a convenient excuse to me stone vis you better have something else for us. Gee whiz okay do only other thing I know is that there was some very specific gold coins in the treasure. Those gold doubloon would be worth a Lotta Clams ronin saying anything else detectors so either George me with a crime or let me go. Dwight lift the room to discuss what they had found out. They had some information. They knew that they didn't have enough to arrest Sydney so they would have to let him go four now back at their desk skinny through the file. Let's look the next suspect on the list. The infamous blue Marlin legendary jewel thief. She has never actually been caught for any crime but the shark police do suspect her for a number of high profile jewel robberies. I know where we can find blue. Marlin she normally hangs out around the Gulf current to one of the warmest currents in the ocean license memory to come back to the meeting the next day with the Blue Marlin in a shadow underwater hollow near the Dallas Current. Okay Blue Marlin spill the beans. What do you know to write? Then you still trying to pin something on me. Who's this fellow with you? He's quite dashing his brother if you will believe that so you have anything to do with this case in the news. The treasure of the Esperanza isn't it? Then tastic what a piece of work. I only wish I had something to do with that. Hold on just a minute. Are you saying you didn't have anything to do with that? I can't believe it. Blue Marlin whipped around the sharks. Quick as a flash long sword like news gleamed in the water life in could've sworn she had a small across her face. Suddenly she came to a stop as she seemed to be weighing up what to say. It's true what type of Gal do you take me for well donuts? I didn't hear a few rumors but if anyone asks you didn't hear this from me there is something odd about this whole thing and I really don't want anything to do. Said what did you hear? You can trust us. We're just a couple of sharks blue. Marlin whipped through the water again like quicksilver. She seemed to be smiling again. Lifing could almost swear she winked all right detecting so I heard that soon as word spread about the treasure all sorts of fish became very interested in finding out where it was quite a few dubious characters people like Sydney Stone Fish. We spoke to him. Oh how exciting. Not Really. He denied at all well him and his crew would definitely scrambling around trying to find out about the treasure before it was gone. And I heard from an old guppy I know who lives in the grotto around the bend from Elsa the anglerfish unfortunately. Her eyesight isn't what it used to be but she says two nights ago. She saw some large fish floating around. Could she tell you anything more than large fish? Well you never heard it from me. But she said she couldn't be sure but she thought that they could have been sharks or at least that they had long tails like. I said she is nearly blind any chance she saw anything else. Nope.
Several Philadelphia area schools close amid coronavirus outbreak
"Several schools around here are closed today for for cleaning cleaning because because of of coronavirus coronavirus exposure exposure the the possibility possibility of of that that all all the the facts facts in in school school district district schools schools are are closed closed Esperanza Esperanza academy academy charter charter school school in in Philly Philly will will be be closed closed for students and staff today and tomorrow for cleaning and William Penn school district in Delaware county will be closed on Monday for students only that move comes as the district holds meetings to prepare for possible long term school closures
"esperanza" Discussed on Broken Record
"Long to get the little written that Wayne. Ardy wrote all the music. So now we're reckoning with this incredible body of work. Which is the music that he wrote sort of in these three acts already and drying story and language out from that So in that case sometimes I sing. But I'm actually trying to hear what an operatic voice would do with one of these lines And there's a lot of speaking because some of the passages the music functions as the environment and they're having conversation representative it's called or sometimes just spoken through thinking about or further unpacking that invitation to write what you wish for the opera seeks to interrupt the repetition of the same story being played out that's played an original myth and. I'm looking for a way that as a writer I can even interrupt the way. The endings are usually created What's the what's the is common method evidence? So she's the one who gets her throat slit while she sacrificed. So that the winds will return. And that Agamemnon. His brother in the fleet they've assembled to go recapture. Helen can sail across the ocean to Troy It's all it's the story before the Trojan Horse Story that we all know And I this process of Meghan Opera has unlocked question about who gets to tell the story even me as a as a woman in the twenty first century and is a time when voices that have often been in the background. Now get to come up. And and and direct new narratives. New Speculative narratives we get to bring to the to the arena are stories that have been silenced for so long even in this space. I'm asking the question. How do we how do I? How do we how do I break the cycle of tyranny of the individual voice of Storyteller and I I wonder what becomes possible in the telling of this story when figures people characters who are often scripted into storytelling opera? Singers musicians or actors. What becomes possible when they're voice activated in the actual design of the story in the telling of the story That is really really challenging to do. It's beyond my capacity right now but that's that's what we're reaching for. Who's telling the story now? Well I am I mean and Euripides told it and it's it's part of the Odyssey and it was surely a myth that had been passed on for generations before it got written down But I I am. I am really curious right now. What happens when the ending isn't prescribed and instead of barreling towards what we've been told must happen. We say no what happens if we leave space for an unknown ending to emerge from us. I guess co creating real time to. That's the sort of that is the jazz ethos isn't it? We're going to substitute chords. Were going to change it well. And all of those are just methods for approaching life in real time an improvising in response to what's actually happening you know it's not about like I'm GonNa change a chord because I'm a jazz musician is about while I have. I have access to enough Material that I can respond to with actually happening From a large batch of PAS movie I'm not I'm not fixed by what I've practiced. I'm not fixed by what I've learned is supposed to happen next aisle. That's it. Yeah I'm not. I am not limited to what I've learned as opposed to happen next. That's the key to how I WANNA break open ending of this opera. Yes right. I'm glad we're talking about this. He seems a perfect place to stop. Yeah Amazing Heart will thank you so much. Thank you thanks. That's spalding. For taking time away from crack in his story structure of her upcoming opera. To talk with Bruce you can hear all of our favorite. Esperanza spalding songs. By checking out the platelets for this episode at Broken Record podcasts Dot Com broken records produced help from Jason Gambro. Michelle Lee rose for pushing industries a theme. He's expect any beats. I'm just in Richmond. Thanks for listening..
"esperanza" Discussed on Broken Record
"Touch with the The focal point of my work. You know I'm seeking ways to translate though the Po- I'm seeking ways to bring us into resonance with our unique and abundant life force energy and I also wanted a break from worrying about what to wear at events or just in the street or anywhere and I knew that it was gonna be a year of hard works. I made it work suit for myself to sit. So that's all you wear the ATHOL eyewear. How many of those do you have pled eleven twelve nasty like a superhero? You just get in the cost every day. That's the that's the goal. That's the goal. Be Superhero. Yeah Yeah I'm my version of it. Be a super me. You know so what I'm interested. What Joni I've never met Joni Mitchell? Oh you will I would love to. Yeah we're both Canadian after all fax. What did she say to you? What when when she heard what you're doing man I don't remember. She said all kinds of things it was it was out of body out of body but later. I did play some jam sessions I got to play Bass for her and I got to play an arrangement for her of the wolf. That lives in Lindsey. And she doug that I did did she. Was she singing when you were playing now? I just prefer yeah once. I played for her when she was thinking like living room. Like a session. Like this you know. She invites musicians and we play the song she wants to sing. And and people play song that she wants to hear our songs that they are working on that they've like so you talked about playing with with Herbie Hancock. What what's it like playing with Joni Mitchell? Well it's the deepest listening you've ever done in your life. She's the deepest listening ever is not about women. Play with Johnny. I am listening for what she's doing in that moment and where her voice is going and I wanNA offer the the the tones the rhythms that make it feel good for her to sink at that moment you know. How did it go was perfect perfect? She Sang Lover Man a couple of the tunes old Song Government. Okay Yeah there's she loves you know. Loves JAZZ CLASSICS THE STANDARD? She had trouble for a long time finding bass player. Show said basically didn't understand music 'cause YOU DID. I'll I'll know That's interesting you did okay. Yeah Yeah we'll be back with more brisk conversation with Esperanza spalding. After a quick break. We're back before here. The rest of Bruce's interview with US Baraza. Listen to a track. Offer Album Emily's de-evolution. We'll talk a bit more about in a second I. Here's the song change us then. A storm is already a woman club owned in the live. But then see you on the on shine and for some more share overly and David Ladder Ball. That affects your.
"esperanza" Discussed on Broken Record
"Like pain. You know you such a deep sensation of attraction to something that I felt towards the music. That your mom was playing no conscious memory of seeing the bases but later when I saw the apples. I want all damn. I'm just I just follow instructions that all the time Those are my first memories of music. You can do worse than follow Mr Rogers men. I agree I think he did well. Angry and then you first was what well it would've been violent They didn't have any Half size of course as challenges at the program that I I S- enter. Music through Solo was fortunately or unfortunately violin and that now unfortunately didn't like violent didn't really like the. I like other people playing the violin but I will seeking that now. I will seeking what I heard. You WanNa Cello. I wanted the cello and thank God. Then I just get past the Tele Wont Right up right up to the next floor up to the base and then went. When did the base start? You know I don't know if the base has started yet it's such a immense territory and for all the technical facility one can accumulate early on a Yann serves uh very profound function music and I. I think that the older one gets more. One matures the better. They are actually being a bass player. So I don't know I don't know of base has begun Y- When you start playing. How much were you practicing? I don't remember really probably a lot. I I don't. I don't remember those early days. I just remember Playing by ear and suddenly hearing this music that I was told was jazz and having a very deep again visceral reaction to whatever they were doing you know having no understanding of what it was how it worked Yeah are you still at kind of instinctual player or I is. This is what scares people about jazz. It's incredibly complicated. It seems like endless. Scales it All that theory you know all that stuff now even though thumb. Yeah Yeah and and it never ends because the invites because I don't feel authorized to speak on behalf of the Genera anyway because our say I`Ma jazz singer when I need to be and I can play Bass for the jazz musicians but the center piece like the center of what it is. I do isn't really jazz because of that practice and devotion that is required. You don't think you have it not in that way. Not In that way as an instrumentalist which is fine is cool because I can still support the instrumentalists who are in that. Devotional devotional practice. But that's how you started. You were known as a jazz bassist won best new artist. I think Grammy Ray that right right. Yeah and still. I wonder what the parallel is in writing. It's like you can support. You can be a part of something without actually being devoting of that craft Well most writing saw e e mean writing music or right. I mean writing word. So what do you know if I go on Youtube? I see playing with Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. Yeah what are they a? What are you giving them then? the there's gotTa be more technically sophisticated players or at least more theoretically sophisticated players. They know you're doing this by instinct. What do they get when I asked you to come play with me? What what am I getting? You're giving listening and light speed response and some dance floor for your dance mom. I'm giving you a moving dancefloor And I have studied some of the theory. Just say partially. I like to re articulate this because for any young aspiring instrumentalists listening. I WanNa make sure that I'm speaking that truth that to be a quote unquote jazz musician. Like don't listen to me. Listen to Scott colley are You Know Ben Williams a Christian McBride or Linda old or the players. Who If you if you WANNA have a q? Into the expression of the jazz pedagogy listen to those bass players. I'm doing something that's valuable and beautiful and works and supports but it's not really coming from that kind of devotional. Space is very intuitive and very much in the presence Very much something that evolves in relationship with players you know so yes I can play hurry. I can play with chick because I'm I'm becoming what is needed in that moment with my technical facility to you. Don't come as my voice as my listening as my voice. It's almost like an active listening With players like that So they are. They cause your band leaders. Well when you're playing with players that are they kind of setting the tone. And then year respondent his add more call response with them. Yeah it's it's more like well with somebody like you know Herbie Hancock Geri Allen. They want to have the conversation that can only happen with you in the room is not like here. These ten songs. You happen to be the one here so yeah come getting on this and make this work for me. Specially with her we especially with Jerry is more like oh who are you. What do we sound like together and in that space it might kind of be an advantage not be too tethered to a technical historical pedagogical approach making the music. Because then you're free to discover what's actually happening in real time which might not sound like anything that that player did before. It's going to have their characteristic but that is my superpower. You know of being president going low what what is actually right now. Let's make it and it won't probably happen again and that was that you know Do you have to do to make eye contact with a player to do that? You have to see what he's doing does here really Could you blindfolded? Yeah of course really yeah. I don't look the instrument. I play your instrument of the combination of if you're playing with Wayne shorter here handcock there. Yeah that's a great day. I wish that would happen more. You know String quartets yeah. The players kind of have to see each other cues right. How important is that in? Mind when you're playing in a jazz combo while I'm thinking of and thinking a windshields quartet they are very much connected with each other looking at each other but I am. Positively do everything. They do blindfolded because they're they're co composing a scene you know it's like I'm sure actors could have a perfectly poet and coherent improvised scene blindfolded. Because you're you're responding to the reality of emotional response you you're responding to look comes at you at eventually. A momentum of the scene is generated and that is propelling. Forward as much as you're creating as you go. You know the that mode of performance co composition. Improvisation is like that okay. Next time you with Herbie Hancock I want you to blindfold yourself and see. See how it goes. I would never ask him to do that. But I'll think I'll just I'll hold it in the space and see what happens if I don't I mean I remember Dancing Tango a little bit when I was a teenager. And you'll the certain fundamental that you learn and is an improvisational dance form right. Obviously when you're dancing with a phenomenal dancer. Everything's kind of works. You and I remember that experience of being very inexperienced and getting on the dance floor and just like Oh damn I can do. I'm good shoot every twist and turn it. Kick him all kinds of then. You go dancing in the next partner. And it's like you know. It's like fumble a silverware drawer without a divider. You know So there's also something to be said for the potency of the master you know that partially just by playing with somebody like that the The immensity of their musicianship and ability to make everything work kind of high. End Your own capacity and shows what is possible. We'll be back with more from Esperanza spalding. 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"esperanza" Discussed on Broken Record
"As bronzes South Bruce Elleman Brooklyn to talk about the instinctual away. She makes Music Jammie with Joni Mitchell and aprases riding with the legendary Wayne shorter that set to be released next year while this list is really beautiful scholar. Good vibe and it's huge is actually reminding me how much I love to be in the studio. It's been about a year and I think that means it's time to go back soon. You haven't been in a studio in a year and was for that that was for twelve little spells for the four bonus spells. It's actually a sixteen little spells now because because of some of the finagling that one must do when you're dancing to the music industry which wanted sixteen originally but they don't want it twelve grand for there to be. Ah Second Wave and reason to talk about the product again I was asked and encourage more songs. 'cause apparently I'm I've yet to grow into the awareness of what it is to generate music as commodity I. My first instinct is is to figure out a way to just release it big in around and wide So I wanted to release the twelve little spells one every day at twelve twelve leading up to my birthday and I wanted to just blast them out because I wanted the the effect of the spells to reach as many people as possible But that's it's hard to capitalize on that approach some in collaboration with the label. We came up with the idea of well. Let's make former bonus balls and then there's a reason to go get the record some now. We should explain little spells. Which was your last full album. Yeah was they were twelve songs now sixteen but they were based on different parts of the body. Did the concept come first for that or did the songs come I? It came as a hit almost like an instruction manual I can remember I was in transit. I don't remember from where to wear but I know that by the time I got home to my apartment I had written out the outline of the whole project that it was twelve little spells in the title and what the title was saying which was an announcement of what this work is as an interim peace before the next big project so the titles. Twelve little spells. Tide you over till the next full thing touch and my touch in mine. The longing deep down you have to dance now. No all limbs are readying to rise dancing the animal with others and it was A. It's a sort of poem explanation of what this product is until the next project which is about dancing and movement and dancing that the wild untethered free forms of dance with structured presentation Yes so tell me I got home here. The song titles here were their effects on the body and I had my instruction manual and then I spent a month in some changes just assembling that structure assembling that entity from the instruction manual. So you roll that on the subway. No I wrote it all in a castle in Italy. Okay but The Dow is sounding better. Yeah that was amazing. That was amazing. Every morning I will be You know go from where we pick up your espresso on the morning of you so desired and they had me in the converted pig pen. 'cause I will I don't WanNA BE IN CASKS? I figured it would be extremely haunted so I would go get my espresso and walk. Around the periphery of the castle back towards my converted pig pen which is in another type Part of the grounds and pass as an Uffizi almost every day. Who's working on her book? And just that process of witnessing a master craftsmen sitting in witnessing the development of their piece page by page you know was the fuel part of the fuel. I think For making this happen because you know the creative processes abstract it feels sometimes like you're doing nothing. So it was so encouraging and affirming to witness another person in that practice accumulating that by that they came to work on thou dissolves the descriptions of you your prodigy or this year that. I would like to lean into the microphone now and Dispel those myths that hours a prodigy. Or inally I. I wasn't a prodigy. I'm I have a talent and music and I found my way early on but I have seen prodigies I know prodigies in a think. It's like A. It's like a subset of the species and I just. I partly want to dispel spell that myth because I think it's misleading in. It makes it seem like maybe there's something special or something different fundamentally above all you know my makeup as as an entity as a humanoid and it's not true in a there there are some folks who are in their exceedingly rare And then there are other folks who just figured out a way to get a lot of practice in early on. And it accumulates and then you can do things that other ten year old can't do but it's not necessarily because I was a prodigy. It's because I. I played a lot. You know practiced the will. Is that good? Because you know prodigies and being prodigy often is. It's it's maladaptive They don't it's if you're great at something when you're five often you doing the same thing at thirty five and four. You know. There's always those this great classical musicians. Who are you know who are described. As the fifty year old child prodigy Can't get past What what they did a certain age right and I the part that I hear resonate with about that quote unquote prodigy. Part is simply the part where nobody can explain why you can do what you can do. and I I think. Part of what sets prodigy apart. Is that for the same amount of time that their friend in the music school puts in this kid gets more done. Somehow somehow there's able to do more for reasons that nobody can explain and at a certain point when you want to expand past what it is you become good at but you don't remember why you can do what you do. That is intimidating and stressful. It can be and I can appreciate why you wouldn't when lean into that territory And there are some aspects about you know my practice that I'd cycling. Before the divination there are some aspects that. I'll know I'll know how that happens. How it works but when I try to apply that to a new. Let's say like riding on opera doesn't work then you just like Okay there's a process here there's a there's a skill set that must be developed to yield the same results over here as I'm able to yield over there without having necessarily mastered that skill set so Jason I have compassion for the fifty year. Old Child Prodigies Mount Their What was your first experience of music than what do you remember? Well it would be my mother singing and the House and making up little songs about whatever was happening in the moment song. She had this one. She don't need cry cozy. Emma is by Yama who love him on oven. The leave you. You don't need the crackles your Mama his you know. I'll know where that comes from. But she should always have this little soundtrack happening to life It was a wakeup song. There was prepping the meal song And that is my first memory music. My first memory of music Out There Liz. Hearing you'll Ma Amazon neighborhood like that so many times in my life but it was in your Ma Ma hearing the buck cello sleep. I don't know if it was a Omar. Is the bacteria sleaze by the way he was the vehicle and Mister Rogers neighborhood Mister Rogers neighborhood Which also the interesting piece about that episode is. After Yoma performed they went to make believe land In that episode. The next thing that happened is lady. Aber Limb was dressed as an upright bass and the other woman character was playing upright bass and I don't have a conscious memory of seeing that but that again was like the download that all came at once and then it's a humbling recommend. Oh I'm again just. I'm just following the programming that I didn't even realize I received you know what five memory on Mister Rogers Neighborhood Nevada? Actually have this really interesting it since. I only know that that happened. Because I've seen it since I don't have a conscious memory of seeing that in the episode. What I remember is hearing. I don't know it was about the time I can remember the trickling in the this Almost.
"esperanza" Discussed on Amanpour
"Satire of about a rampant hid in power. Ah hopefully I can raise to sort of all right. Thank you so much Michael Mark showed you. Thanks for having me and continuing on the autistic spectrum. Our next guest is a force of nature in the jazz world. Esperanza spalding is a bass ace player and a singer who rose to stardom when she became the first jazz performer to win a grammy. For best new artist she learned the violin at the age of five live on went on to launch her career which included teaching at Harvard. She Explores How music heals the soul in her newest solo album twelve delve little spells and she spoke while Walter Isaacson about how she's pushing the boundaries of jazz. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having and you know you. Music is such a rich hybrid of many different things. Tell me about your personal background growing up in Portland and sort of the mix that made you. Yeah wow well I grew up in what we call into northeast Portland and the rough Melbourne is was the roughest neighborhoods. You could find Portland Compared to some other cities I think we had a milder version of rough. There were some nights of sleeping in bathtubs because of gun par outside But for my perspective I I didn't really process the danger right because in the house we were reading a lot and and my mother was playing a lot of music so I grew up surrounded by records and by the radio on a lot and starting from five. I was a music programming so my life as I remember it was a lot of music playing on a lot of reading and a lot of talking with my mother about books about sound so it didn't really you really register and you came from multi-ethnic background yourself has affected your music father and your mother tell me them well. Oh my father is a average brother. You Know Black Man Without a knowledge college of our ancestry to the continent of Africa Specifically knowing where what region are blood comes is from that direction but my mother is a mix of many European ancestries and some African American ancestry and to answer your question. Maybe growing up without an anchored sense of cultural identity. Meaning it's not. It's not centered in an identifiable culture. That I can point to insult. I'm one of them. Oh yes I'm one of them. Maybe maybe that has allowed me sort of freedom or non expectation when I move through the world to be associated or affiliated with a camp camp. I don't feel beholden to any kind of musical genre or cultural center. I'm designing it as I go with. Whatever I find that I like and that very much is my way through the world's culturally as well and you picked up music around age? Fives from your mother. Your mother was studying a little bit and Turnley. You're playing Beethoven. Is that right yes. There were Mendelssohn and Beethoven was in there and Mozart. It was in there. I mean I I heard you play. Lock Cello Suite neighborhood..
"esperanza" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"To music being healing tool and so forth I wanted to temporarily bring it to the to the actual little Bass Guitar And is the is the Bass Guitar or bass anything that creates uh-huh low end is that is that more Suitable for healing because of the stronger vibrations interesting I don't know for me. I experienced as a very soothing part of my life also I think more more than the base as an instrument That was an instrument that I could improvise on. It was the first instrument that I actually felt free just spontaneously creating trading on and I recently comfortable earlier. I recently learned that when you are in the state of improvising. You actually soothing moving your brain so being an active. Improvisation actually changes the functionality. Of Your brain as you're doing it. It's also the only time that your the part of your brain that forms I narrative and the part of your brain. That listens are active at the same time. So personally I don't know if it's the instrument itself for the fact that I was free on it. I know that my whole life when I've been playing the instrument I've been soothing myself. I've been soothing my brain it is a blessing but also because it you'll feel the vibrations more your body basically. Yeah that'd be something interesting to look into the residence. What the resonance of the instrument is feels Healing League is hell? I mean it's one other question about that base soon for people that don't know out there The difference between An AN UPRIGHT UPRIGHT BASS or stand standard acoustic basin with an a double bass is different. It's just different names for the same thing. Yeah Yeah can I ask the question. My My dad wanted me to ask you this question. 'cause we were rolling around. Listen to your music the other day and he was like. Oh I I'm a fan you don't have to play it. He said but he's a drummer. My Dad's a drummer drummer. He was like I need to talk about how difficult it is to sing and stay in place data base in. How does somehow he? He did some Amir bills bills shit whereas like the ones the twos fours and how it's hard to get in south was like I'm going to ask the ruin assets. I disagree that it's hard hard I think because it's all hard. All of it is difficult. I mean we know this. You know this practice I did I. Why did I practiced a lot? I think anybody who practiced as much as I did. SINGIN plank would find it as accessible as playing piano left and right hand is just You're used to seeing this little think about it as much but like left and right hand panel independence is crazy ignore ignore. I'm playing so if I'm play dancing. Yeah not thinking about what I'm playing I'm thinking about what I'm singing intimates and I tried to hear it all guy trying to stress to be able to. That's in what it is like a certain point. The Connecticut memory comes in and plays. Yeah yeah so that you have access to that. I have to say though this this particular era I have not been practicing that much and it's really wild to be in like plamen and actually be trying to think of all this should at once. It's it doesn't feel it doesn't feel as as that's close right now. 'cause my dad is eighty and we were really trying to wrack our brains and think of other stand musicians that base and saying life and you played drums. Sure does it sound good good. Have you played on your albums. I have not okay. I got the question but it's not too late. The roots have been trying to complete their last album. And you like to make an album in like three days they feel like the tube you know. Yeah that album was was was showcasing. The process of creation as the project. So it was less about the final product and more about like the art form that we're exhibiting right here is creation itself with all the tight rope walking involved. I truly think personally in my daredevil character that I am like when the risk is real it activates whole other dimension of Ukraine. thity I propose agree with. I agree and not just a music. I think it's anything I feel like. I I do my best work when I'm under so much pressure. No pressure but just the stakes are real really real. You have to write the paper. Do you stay up all night. Threat to favorite for well. You didn't go to college because your podgy thing. The and then write the paper the night before because you needed the deadline. No no I mean like I think we're both referring to like the creative of environment where the stakes are high very real and there's nowhere else to go like. If you had two weeks through the paper you could theoretically start at two weeks out and you could feel that like okay. I'm leaning towards something. What I love is when you're in an environment you don't know what's about to happen and you're being asked to generate and real time a creative response to me that's the most exciting space of creation? Opposition I mean that's exactly what you. Yeah that's also like improvisation at the highest level because Y- improvisation Wanna one could be like. Oh I know. The context is going to be this like see minor blues. And here's all the Scales and the shape that I prepared. I'm interested in stuff that you don't like you don't know yet. What is going to look like? You don't know what's coming at you and you and you co create and real time and invest the wing. Should've Cortez did for the world. They like showed the highest possible level of the spontaneous creation. Literally making something from nothing because they'll we'll go out and have no idea they don't have a set they don't have a song but you learn that Shit so you can forget it isn't that that's the big line about that stuff. You learn skills and all that other crap actually get there you just vacated maybe that said a lot but I. I'm having a hard time thinking of anybody who who actually exhibits. What the possibilities at that level the way sort of quartet also I? Just I'm like such devotee of Wayne's I tried to talk about as much as I can so next level but I would like to propose a not a challenge of Michigan. Oh before you leave. Oh God okay okay. Are you familiar with. Are you familiar with dog. Ninety five have you heard that term All right so what is it dogma. Ninety five exciting dominated Danish filmmakers tire tired of the French flexing. Oh we're the best filmmakers with the most artistic so they yeah so they issued a challenge which had all these restrictions like okay. Well then you gotTa make a movie on this type of camera with natural lighting No soundtracks no data. No edits no end. It was like who makes the best product under all these restrictions there the winner and may call Dogma Ninety Ninety five I would love to see your loved the music version of that. I think there's I think I think Matthew Herbert. The trump musician works that way and also somebody else somebody else. Oh Mono neon. I don't know if he's still does but when he first started he used to like when you at the end of all of these videos he would have his little manifesto or whatever and it was a list of all the things his rules for making music. See the luxury of the privilege though although like I truly Q.. And beautiful and and I.
"esperanza" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"That benevolent archetype and let it serve them and support them. So you know like in other words like I don't need to to throw away Christianity or or like put put it down. I just can see that. Humans got their hands on it diminished the minutes other human beings but archetypal truth. Exactly what it is. I think there are benevolent entities. That are fucking hard to describe. What would you say is most people just say I'm spiritual? They work with not wanting to to get some truth years mayor. I just pull it but I mean that's that's similar to how we get into music right like essentially if you are devoted. You're GonNa find what you need like devotion is devotion emotionally. It doesn't matter if you're folksinger DAS- musician I know. Whatever like if you're willing to put in that level of devotion like you will unpackaged that the policy of your centrifuge and be able to bring through the magic that that you have to offer in his realm? I want to take a moment to bring to your attention. A new film coming out called. Just mercy justice mercy is based on the powerful true story of a man named Bryan Stevenson and Brian is a teacher and attorney a freedom fighter who has saved one hundred and forty lives and helped hundreds of others who have been wrongly convicted. This man Dan is a modern day. Hero who story affects all of us and inspires us to do good and be better. This incredible and inspiring film shows the never.
"esperanza" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Esperanza spalding. Yeah so are you doing s after all that. I'm good settling settling settle. Yeah and I reflect back for for you to you everything you just said about me yeah. I'm grateful I'm very out of bed with I'm learning except supplement accepted a new. Replace my life book. I'm learning to accept for years tells you accept compliments. Are you good about what compliments I just. Just let 'em roll and often bounce back to be real also figure you can't perceive it if you don't hold it you know I want you to hold the compliments. Yes all those things. Okay and when can I sit closer to you. You sound pretty great based on his Asthma osmosis emanate off. Normally like I guess like the back of my hand when they come to the show. But I can't help help. But notice that in your bio and your Wiki buydell they had factoid in there that kind of took me back. Ah which for me like the idea of Portland Oregon. The words gang activity never seem to mix the Portland of now. You try to translate and also if you come from like New York or Baltimore or La. I think gang activity in Portland is like a little little paper Cup that you get by the Cooler Office. Yes with the way they were trying to paint. It was like you know music is your salvation neighborhood and uh-huh so am I to believe that there's a difference between Portland Oregon and Nicholson Gardens or no. This is just like I mean if if you're growing up in sleeping in the bathtub because their guns outside and you've never been to another city it feels it feels imminent if feels dangerous if he'll scary. And that was the reality for a few years going up and raised but you know comparatively to some other cities. I think we had a mild. They were wiling okay. I'm that's the thing the fact that you had it all sacks because people are genuinely jaw dropped when I tell them that Portland Oregon is hands hands down my favorite city on earth. More than half my record collection comes from. They're not saying like I'm music. Yeah well the thing is your record dealers really. Don't know the value of certain things so Portland is the place that light Japanese record dealers. Fly too well. Hello to come and buy records. Emi Sell them back. I'm in four thousand bucks. I meant yeah her vintage clothing just for the record as well no they really don't. Yeah it's a trip. It's like everybody just figured it out. But that reality that you're talking about was like our secret. 'cause as we were provincial. Kind of you always move like didn't know that the world is. We're looking at Portland like that too. Like beat makers and whatnot. I would lead them to Austin. What's my second favorite city? But I sent him down South far away from my dough. Dane Portland Oregon. So what was was your childhood like. Did you grow up in a musical family or now I I grew up with a single working mother and a big brother and I grew up just in a funky Funky neighborhood it was. I didn't know that it was grimy. Because that's all that I had but I know that we weren't allowed to go outside because it felt dangerous. You know after the street lights came on we had to stay in And I remember I remember wanted to always be at the piano and always wanted to compose a when my mother took the dog for a walk. I would makers Chris Sing harmony with me. That's what I remember my childhood start. What Army Mike? Yes good here. Yeah ages there because I know you're a phenomenon I'm blessed here. I mean I don't know if I'm a fiend. I've worked a lot at stuff when I was a kid but yeah very musical. I mean and honestly I don't remember they they saying yeah. She's not denigration where everybody could play piano. Could play piano and read piano music. You know so for me. It was just like anything that I heard on the radio or on television end credits I will go find it. The Piano and that was the beginning of my compositional journey. Can you remember Knbr the first record that you purchased Ooh it was You born in eighty four. Don't you give me A little bit of love. It was probably is psychology down. It was probably rimsky-korsakov's because it was though and maybe some cheapo muscle. I was really into cheap when I was a kid. I probably bought an early..
"esperanza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"In Esperanza hills is a controversial three hundred forty home neighborhood to be built on chaparral covered hills just be on the north edge of your Belinda construction of the million dollar homes could begin in twenty twenty one pending the outcome of a long running legal challenge from nearby residents Orange County fire authority fire marshal Laurie Smith says she understands the concern. back in H. were on it's pretty scary you know did not experience anything like that prior and they just felt like it was extremely challenging and that this would present additional traffic Smith does point out however the new homes will have modern fireproofing standards Chris Seton's can extend seventy newsradio never good time to have your fire insurance canceled if you live in a wildfire prone area more so now with the dangerous fire season coming in that's been happening to a lot of Californians the state wants you to know it's where of the problem Joe launchers as senior adviser to the California insurance commissioner he tells can extend out the commissioners meeting with people in affected areas we've already had town hall events and of that account the plaster county Wollemi county and still this month we have ahead of us Calaveras Butte and send them San Bernadino county says if your fire insurance been canceled call your insurer find out why sometimes it's a matter of making small changes to your property like clearing brush sometimes it's possible to salvage that renewal just by taking some critical steps to reduce the fire risk as a last resort take advantage of the state's fair plan it's more expensive but will get you bare bones coverage so valley city college students we talked about their personal struggle to stay in school despite not always having enough to eat twice weekly LA city college offers its students a food pantry packaged foods along with fresh fruits and vegetables it is free to the students in need so long as they ask for it and present a student ID you can't really focus on learning when your stomach is growling a small group of students opened up about having used to the food pantry I was I was I see the hungry I thought the line this is.
"esperanza" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"The country political science professor esperanza pomme says this is all intertwined with the pulver t organized crime and corruption that are gripping the country i haven't heard any forward candidates doing serious an elaborate strategies against violence of credit i think it's going to take a very long time really to do something serious about violence because it has to do with the organized crime mexico's problems are not new but whoever comes to power will need to come up with fresh solutions missile gary at computer scientists in mexico city says that the way for any candidate turn things around in this country is for young people to have better prospects the part what i leave he's considered one of the most violent parts of mexico i feel threaten all the time in that part i'm looking to move from that part so for me security environment is a very important thing and that goes hand to hand with jobs because if people have jobs data have to steal they don't have to to commit crimes everyone you speak to here says they want change and in the same breath they'll tell you they don't believe it will happen so even though the stakes are high in this election the expectations are quite low shaima halio n mexico sunny abacha army general rule nigeria from nineteen ninety three to nineteen ninety eight as widely considered to being one of the most corrupt leaders in history during his time in charges estimated that hey and members of his family stole a six point five billion dollars from the country's coffers more than three hundred million dollars of that was recently returned by switzerland a now the nigerian government says it will distribute the money to poor families so how will it be handed out a question from laos correspondent miami jones well haven't spoken to a government spokesperson it slightly more complicated than we initially thought the nigerian governmental ready has a program of cash transfers to pour une vulnerable families in nigeria the beneficiaries of this program it's funded by the nigerian government at the moment and with a loan from the world bank and beneficiaries are families have been put on electronic register in nineteen states in nigeria divall selected some internally displaced people in borno people who've been displaced by the violence and conflict there between government forces and book her so the money recovered from the abacha family is going to be added to this pre existing program because it's overseen by the world bank when swiss government agreed to give this money to nigerian government in twenty fourteen did stipulated as a precondition that the world bank should oversee how this money was distributed and that it should work towards poverty allegation so at the moment haven't spoken to this government spokes lady she says she they are waiting to see what an electronic payment system that they've got in place at the moment where the dow will work of course some of these people are very poor don't have bank statements being paid in cash so they're just checking that money being paid at the moment can be tracked before they start a hundred out the money we covet from that batch of family because there was some fairs that with an election coming up this money might be useful political purposes yeah exactly it's an election year everyone's looking at everything the government does with suspicion some were concerned it looked like payments for votes it's unclear these are some of porous and mussa vulnerable people in the country including internally displaced people that don't have registered address at the moment anyway it's unclear how successful that would be as a strategy to try and buy votes it's also overseen by the world in feary should be fairly transparent dwelled bank huddle ready been involved in the return of seven hundred twenty three million pounds from the abacha family to the nigerian government in two thousand six the money went straight into the government budget the believe this time is because it's part of a program that's also partly funded by the world bank will be able to oversee as tightly as the.
"esperanza" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And going easier um and just ten not amnestied could work pizza i i uh i don't have a major problem with at either um some good ideas being floated here and they were probably thinks similar to what you said to a carlos said to even to a degree that may be a little bit of what what to esperanza said about the of representatives program those were probably bits and pieces of that these bits and pieces of that were floated in that tuesday meeting at the white house and uh i just wish they would have no showed up in this final uh this final bit of legislation um we'll talk more after the break you're on came j four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight keep it up he put up hope you are here to here when i went through this whole thing this sort of final we'll caught semi final offering of uh what's going to becoming of uh daca and what we're getting in return in the way of you know border security some some changes in the immigration uh and for the most part it's it's pretty solid stuff but it does contain the other a word which is amnesty amnesty and this has came jake amir deve th you gave jaedo center fusion in washington over ward liz wiretapping a crisis at a fresno apartment complex cited as highlighting a problem with rental housing but a fixes in.