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03:19 min | 5 hrs ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of thousands of czechoslovaks are in the street The young wanted end to communist rule altogether So many people all at the same time were primed to want more and ready to take to the streets to get it They packed into once this last square Definitely through pirated movies and music and computer games More and more people including me could see how better it is for you to live in a capitalist society It's just came down because of because of this because it was no longer a tomato And I think that's why basically the communism ended basically at the same time the whole Europe Watch what you can do with this Apple two personal computer And after the iron curtain did fall Someone paid me to come up with a copy protection scheme for his game Fucks off took full advantage of his newfound freedoms What a good little capitalist you became Did you actually about bitcoins Not me and bitcoins No no no don't tell me Tell me Well later I started blogging about movies and I allowed people to send me voluntary amount of money like an early Patreon thing or something Yeah yeah Basically And 11 years ago I said okay does this thing this Bitcoin It's very interesting You can also send me a bitcoins if you want Well okay And then they sent me something over 200 bitcoins 200 Bitcoin Let me look this up Yep Okay in the U.S. dollars $10 million I don't have 200 of them But I can tell you in the last year I bought a new car in a new house With bitcoins Turns out Simon Goodwin was right Radio is just not a way to make a living Coming up the humble cassette tape plays a role in another revolution This is on the media Next time on reveal friends say police pulled over Billy Joe Johnson dozens of times before he died We may have been stopped Maybe 6 times in a month's time One officer's name kept coming up someone the lead investigator never spoke to Nobody gave me that name If they gave me a name my guarantee I would have interviewed him and had him in there On the next reveal Today at 11 on 93.9 FMW NYC Support for WNYC comes from flatbush food co op offering fresh organic local produce and fair trade foods in Brooklyn since 1976 open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at flatbush food co op Antiracist ideas went mainstream last year.

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00:19 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "flatbush food co" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"Of thousands of czechoslovaks are in the street The young wanted end to communist rule altogether So many people all at the same time were primed to want more and ready to take to the streets to get it They packed into once this last square Definitely through pirated movies and music and computer games More and more people including me could see how better it is for you to live in a capitalist society It's just came down because of because of this because it was no longer a tomato And I think that's why basically the communism ended basically at the same time the whole Europe Watch what you can do with this Apple two personal computer And after the iron curtain did fall Someone paid me to come up with a copy protection scheme for his game Fucks off took full advantage of his newfound freedoms What a good little capitalist you became Did you actually about bitcoins Not me and bitcoins No no no don't tell me Tell me Well later I started blogging about movies and I allowed people to send me voluntary amount of money like an early Patreon thing or something Yeah yeah Basically And 11 years ago I said okay does this thing this Bitcoin It's very interesting You can also send me a bitcoins if you want Well okay And then they sent me something over 200 bitcoins 200 Bitcoin Let me look this up Yep Okay in the U.S. dollars $10 million I don't have 200 of them But I can tell you in the last year I bought a new car in a new house With bitcoins Turns out Simon Goodwin was right Radio is just not a way to make a living Coming up the humble cassette tape plays a role in another revolution This is on the media Next time on reveal friends say police pulled over Billy Joe Johnson dozens of times before he died We may have been stopped Maybe 6 times in a month's time One officer's name kept coming up someone the lead investigator never spoke to Nobody gave me that name If they gave me a name my guarantee I would have interviewed him and had him in there On the next reveal Today at 11 on 93.9 FMW NYC Support for WNYC comes from flatbush food co op offering fresh organic local produce and fair trade foods in Brooklyn since 1976 open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at flatbush food co op Antiracist ideas went mainstream last year.

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"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:06 min | Last month

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Flatbush food co op WNYC independent journalism in the public interest 93.9 FM and AMA 20 NPR news and the New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly President Biden is heading to Europe today before leaving the president plans to attend a meeting of House Democrats who are still trying to reach a final agreement on the size and cost of his social spending and climate proposal NPR's Claudius Rousseau has more Senator Joe Manchin who stands on fiscal matters as well to the right of his democratic colleagues has put a revenue plan for the deal back in two doubt at issues a billionaire's tax plan proposed by finance chairman Ron wyden House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the plan's provisions on paid family and medical leave are still under negotiation Biden's overseas trip includes a UN climate summit in Scotland next week Executives at four major oil companies will be testifying today to members of the House oversight committee lawmakers are expected to press officials from ExxonMobil Chevron Shell and BP America about how fossil fuels lead to global warming Congressional Democrats have accused the industry of spreading disinformation about their role in climate change for decades The Russian government says the country has recorded another daily record number of COVID-19 deaths They totaled 1159 in the latest 24 hour period Moscow says new infections topped 40,000 Now futures are up 24 points this morning This is NPR news The Vatican says Pope Francis plans to travel to Canada As Dan Carpenter reports the Pope has agreed to meet with indigenous leaders who were seeking an apology for the Catholic Church's role in the abuse of children at residential schools The development comes ahead of a trip Canadian indigenous leaders are scheduled to take to Rome in early December to meet with the Pope In 2015 the truth and reconciliation commission of Canada in its final report referred to abuses suffered by indigenous children at residential schools The schools which operated from the late 1800s to 1996 were funded by the Canadian government and run by the churches The commission called for a papal apology to be delivered in Canada Some 150,000 native children were forced to attend the schools many were abused Calls for an apology have grown in recent months with the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at former residential school sites in British Columbia and Saskatchewan For NPR news I'm Dan Carpenter in Toronto The national weather service says it was an F two tornado that hit western Louisiana yesterday no deaths were reported The tornado damage dozens of homes had left at least two people with minor injuries The Houston Astros have even the World Series at a game a piece last night admitted made park in Houston the Astros beat the Atlanta Braves 7 to two Games three four and 5 of baseball's fall classic now shift to Atlanta I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington And it's WNYC in New York at 5 32 Good morning and Michael hill 50 in clear and Central Park a high of 57 Ann turning cloudy today New York City's fire commissioner says up to one in 5 fire companies could be shuttered on Monday's result of staffing shortages due to the number of FT and Y employees refusing to comply with the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate starting Monday all municipal workers who don't comply with the requirement will go on unpaid leave until they get a shot and has stayed in fire commissioner Daniel nigro says the staff and shortages could also result in up to 20% fewer city EMS ambulances on the road The fire department says 68% of its employees have been vaccinated That's up from 59% earlier this month The commissioner says department will ensure continuity of.

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"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:25 min | Last month

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As captain Kirk on the TV show Star Trek made it to space for real He is 90 years old and broke Blue Origin's own record for the oldest person to make the suborbital trip Marfa public radio's barb on Guyana has more The man most synonymous with the final frontier is now the oldest person to travel to the edge of space Captain Kirk himself the great William Shatner An emotional Shatner exited new shepherd's crew capsule after the short suborbital trip and embrace Blue Origin owner Jeff Bezos What you have given me Is the most profound experience that I can I'm so filled with emotion about what just happened I just it's extraordinary Speaking to Bezos while everyone around them celebrated the successful trip Shatner tried to put his experience into words He says he was struck not only by the colors he saw as the capsule sped toward space but also by how vulnerable earth looked from that altitude of about 66 miles up I hope I never recovered from this I hope that I can maintain what I feel now I don't want to lose it Basil's was present for both the launch and to greet the crew back after the close to ten minute voyage to the edge of space where the passengers were able to get out of their seats and experience weightlessness for a few minutes Before strapping back in for the ride back home For NPR news I'm barb and Guyana in Marfa Texas This is a pianist It's his WNY sea in New York Good morning I'm Michael hill coming up on all of it 16 time Grammy winner Dave Grohl frontman of Foo Fighters talks about his ten years nirvana's drummer and healing after the death of his friend and musical collaborator Kurt Cobain and Chappelle show co created Neal Brennan talks about his new stand up and storytelling special unacceptable It's coming up at noon today on 93.9 FM AMA 20 WNYC is supported by flatbush food co op offering fresh organic local produce and fair trade foods in Brooklyn since 1976 open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at flatbush food co op WNYC independent journalism in the public interest 93.9 FM and AMA 20 NPR news and their New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly President Biden says a new agreement with two ports in Southern California is designed to ease supply chain disruptions in the U.S. NPR's Nathan Roth says the ports are shifting to 24 7 operations to help alleviate a backlog of container ships offshore The complex that makes up the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handle roughly 40% of all cargo containers entering the U.S. The last month a record 73 ships were forced to wait for a birth Both ports will now be offloading ships 24 hours a day After an agreement was made with the Biden administration to address product shortages and rising prices yesterday the Labor Department reported consumer prices in the U.S. rose again in September They were up 5.4% compared to the same month last year That's the sharpest one year jump in prices since 2008 More than 10,000 employees at John Deere are on strike They walked off the job this morning in a contract dispute earlier this week union members rejected the company's latest offer It included pay raises of 5 to 6% The strike effects 14 John Deere plants and several states including Iowa Illinois Colorado Kansas and Georgia Montana is reporting a record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations They hit 510 yesterday This is NPR news At its WNYC at 5 32 a good morning on Michael hill 63 with fog mist in Central Park mostly sunny today in a high of 76 And after the New York City police officer this morning is in custody after she allegedly shot and wounded her ex-girlfriend and killed the ex's new girlfriend It happened yesterday at a house in bensonhurst where police say the officer waited for the pair to arrive More than 200 detainees incarcerated in Rikers islands women's facility will be temporarily moved to state run prisons in Westchester county Governor Cathy hulk a mere de Blasio announced the transfers yesterday it's the latest effort to reduce the population of Rikers amidst a spike in violence and staff absences at the jail people held at the rose M singer center on Rikers known as roses have long complained of abusive and unsanitary conditions Sharon white harrigan is a former detainee who now leads the women's community justice association she praised the city's decision to move the jail's population At Rosie you are treated as if you already sentenced to the.

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"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:02 min | Last month

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Brooklyn public library the New York public library and the queen's public library will also a clear all old fines from user's accounts Anthony marks is the head of the New York public library and he joins us now for more Tony good morning Good morning Michael Let's start with the impetus behind this move What prompted this and why the three library systems doing away with the fines Well Michael it's pretty simple The finds are an antiquated notion They don't work New Yorkers bring their books back And you know the finds isn't what brings the books back Much more often it's what keeps people from bringing books back especially people who can't afford the fines They end up with blocked accounts They can't use the library And many people are not even borrowing books or coming into the library because they're scared that their kids will gather fines unintentionally that they can't afford to pay back It means that we're blocking people from using the library especially the people who need us most We don't want anything getting in the way We learned in the pandemic that that was more important than ever and we learned that we could do without the revenues that we were getting from clients which we were never proud to get anyway Tony in 2019 WNYC did some reporting that showed every year the fines for 50,000 New York City public library users were referred to collection agencies Now that same year the American library association passed a resolution saying that monetary fines or form of social inequity you have pointed out Why did it take so long for New York City to make this move Well we've been working in this direction We've had a number of Amnesty where we saw folks returning to the library and large numbers That encouraged us in the meantime where the largest library we were dependent in our budget on those fines the pandemic proved to us that we could do without that and that we needed to do that How much money are the systems giving up by walking away from this And is the city or the state committing to plugging whatever budget holes arise as a result of this The city has been very supportive of us We've gotten historic increases even during difficult times They understand this issue We've decided that we can absorb this into our budget for now because we do not want to return to the fines regimen after the pandemic And we're hoping the city will step up Tony what do you think in terms of dollars how much money the library system is giving up Well you know we had revenues before the pandemic of about the New York public of about a million and a half dollars The truth is we probably spent something close to that in terms of the staff time and the systems times to collect that money The whole thing just didn't make sense It wasn't bringing the books back It was scaring people away We're done Let's talk implementation here Let's say a user hasn't returned books on time or other materials and has racked up say $28 in New York public library fines Can they just return the books now and the materials no questions asked Absolutely Just return the books no questions asked We're wiping off all fines in our records We'll keep a record If you don't return the book return the book the record is cleared If there's a problem come talk to us We don't want people blocked from using the library What if Tony's someone has lost the material lost a book We'll let you accumulate up to a $100 of lost book charges before we will stop your borrowing privileges But we won't stop you from using all the other parts of the library All the online and in person education programs et cetera and we want to talk to you to see whether what happened And if there's a way that we can get you back to your regular borrowing privileges Other major public library systems Chicago D.C. LA Boston they've done away with those fines as well How has this worked in those cities are people returning materials at greater numbers People are actually returning books in greater numbers People love and trust their libraries more than any other institution in this country And they understand it's a public good We're not in the fine collection business And we're done with that now And in lightning conversation with Anthony Marx he's the head of the New York public library Tony thanks for joining us Thank you Michael WNYC supporters include flatbush food co op offering fresh organic local produce and fair trade foods in Brooklyn since 1976 open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at flatbush food co op.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Need is for you to acknowledge that black women have a right to publicly name and resist all the violence. We experience. I need you to sit with me and listen. And I'm having one of those days to help me try to make sense of this moment for so many black women is Brittney Cooper of Rutgers University associate professor in the Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and author of Eloquent Rage. A Black feminist discovers her superpower. Bernie, How are you doing in the midst of this Cosby News? Hey, Melissa, Um, I am outraged and heartbroken. Um, and just you know, and I was really flabbergasted that A flabbergasted with those that chose to support and celebrate this as though some kind of justice had been done and and frustrated as I A perennially am at our inability to support and figure out path leads to justice for survivors. And I think I think that was, um, perhaps the most stressful part of that day to me less about what happens in the courts, in part because I don't think of the courts as a space where much justice happens. But that feeling that somehow whatever we were experiencing as as black women who are survivors or women who are survivors or queer folk who are survivors or boys and men who were survivors that that was irrelevant because of some, like Racial victory over the courts in this moment, Yeah, we have to stop saying that, because white supremacy has been so brutal and terrible. Two black men that they are owed the right Rape and pillage with impunity. That to me is a perversion of what the struggle for justice has been and one of the things that feels really obvious to me, Uh, is that black men should be reckoning with Bill Cosby and should be angry with him because it is Bill Cosby and his actions that he admitted on the record where he drugged and then raped women. That fulfills and and expands and extends, Um, these terrible stereotypes about black men as sexual predators. Bill Cosby knows about those stereotypes supposedly built a career trying to challenge them and then in his private life. Went around really acting as the sort of worth narrative about black masculinity that whites the the tales that white supremacy is fun about that. And so I don't know why why the response from so many brothers is to be mad at black women. When really, they should be angry with Bill cost me Pause with us for just a moment Britney to take a quick break. But then we'll come back with much more. This is the takeaway. Add your voice to our show by becoming a part of our Listen Response network. We'll text you a few questions. Every week about topics will be discussing on the take away and you can weigh in on issues you care about signed up by texting the word start to 70101 again that start to 70101. Standard messaging and data rates apply. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Flatbush Food Co op offering fresh organic and.

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"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now the election's over why Well, so they they put these emergency measures in place. After the sort of dispute from led by Trump Post election the calls the fraud which were themselves false and And so they thought that okay, That period is over. Um the Georgia election is is in in progress like we really we can probably Can't down some of these emergency measures. Facebook actually, yesterday said that they are back in play. They are continuing Tonto to limit the joining of civic groups, Civic based groups. They're stopping recommendations for that, in my thought is Are we ever as a society going to get to a point where you don't need these emergency measures in place? I feel like like the reason of these platforms have to put those stoppers on vier al itty of potential misinformation. The reason they have to Be very careful about what groups they recommended because those recommendations can to bring people deeper into rabbit holes. They tend to radicalize people and we've seen that not just on Facebook but on YouTube, Twitter. And And I think that the the very function of these these networks is to bring you deeper into a community and and I'm not all communities are healthy. And so I think that, um I wrote about a little bit of with a little bit of concern that they were considering taking these protections away, especially considering the rollout of the cove in 19 vaccine, which we need everyone To be excited about getting, um and if there is misinformation Doing about about the vaccine. You people are going to be scared, and there's already quite enough to be scared about My guess is Sarah Frye, reporter for Bloomberg News. Let's take some calls. Sarah's gonna Gail Online to calling in from Sunnyside, Queens. Gail. Thanks for calling all of it. You're on the air. My pleasure. Thank you. Both ladies try and make this quick. Um I'm going to be 70 this June. The reason why I got into Facebook over 20 years ago was because of all the high school friends and our re unions, and we have fun, and we definitely talk about politics. All of a sudden I realized Huh? It's always the same people. How come this person I'm not getting to her? That and someone explained is an algorithm. An algorithm of who I can speak to my high school on Ben, finding out that someone had passed away. They're taken out of my algorithm. It took two years to find that out, and the other thing is and I need help with this. I've been kicked off of Facebook because they're telling me I have to prove on 18 years or older. Okay. I am not sending any identity I'm telling from Instagram or whatever. So help. Thank you for what you're doing, Gail. Thank you so much for calling and let's go to rob from Queens who is on line one. Hi, Rob. Thanks for calling all of it. Hello. I was hoping you wouldn't get to me so quick because I'm still giggling about the lady that just talked about having the proof. She's 18 years old. I'm I'm probably not too far behind her and age. Um And I hate to be in that gym where I'd have to go around proving you know that I'm younger than I am. Because I'm gonna have a whole lot of trouble. But anyway, I'll get to the point. The point is Um, And it's not just the same yesterday that took place that won't me up. I had been, uh, have been moving to this. This thought for a long time, But the Internet is like you said. It's a nice place. It could be a nice place. What My whole thing now is to warn people in every way I can, And it's for my own philosophy to to be a lot more careful because we assume too much when we used these nice little gadgets and make it You know, nice and convenient Force A. I saw a movie years ago called The Matrix. Maybe we'll letting this thing run on lives a little too much. It's a question. Oh, that thing That happened yesterday is a good example. And it's just one of the many examples that came along since I saw that movie The Matrix. That's when I open my eyes. Now I hate to use Um, well, it's fantasy was told me fantasy The Matrix, But I'm starting to wonder how much fantasy and how much reality was in it. Round from Rob from Queens. Thank you for calling in. My guess, is Sarah Friar reporter for Bloomberg News covering Silicon Valley. We're talking about what the Internet meant to us in 2020 and how that will affect our 2021. Continue this conversation after the break and get two more calls. This is all of it. W. N. Y. C is supported by Flatbush Food Co op celebrating 44 years of offering fresh organic and local foods in Brooklyn, Open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at Flatbush food dot co. Up the Vital Projects fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art, where the first retrospective in.

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01:40 min | 11 months ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That now, they mean Thies scenes They got in rampaged through the halls of the Capitol. And for the most part, we're allowed to leave of their own accord. Can I ask what you were thinking about? This is someone who has covered extremism at home and abroad for years. Yeah, I've been following the build up of angry, violent rhetoric from this movement for months now, So I mean, the shocking part isn't that a pro Trump mob did exactly what they've been saying. They're going to do but that they were just allowed to do it. Especially when we saw such heavy handed police tactics and some cities against black and other civil rights protesters. So yeah, looking forward. There will be a debate about accountability for the security breach. And I expect a broader discussion about how to deal with right wing extremism. NPR's Hannah Allam, Thank you very much. Thank you. Thistles. NPR news And you're listening to morning edition here on W. N. Y C. I'm David first coming up black voters in Savannah, Georgia, where Reverend Raphael Warnock grew up, are celebrating his historic victory in the Senate runoff elections. In a speech, Warnock honored his mother. 82 year old hands that used to pick somebody else's cotton went to the polls and picked her youngest son to be a United States senator. We'll have more on that coming up in just a few minutes. W. N. Y. C is supported by Flatbush Food Co op celebrating 44 years of offering fresh organic and local foods in Brooklyn, Open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at Flatbush food dot co. Up on the next fresh air..

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01:56 min | 11 months ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Approves more vaccines in the weeks ahead. Rob Schmitz. NPR NEWS Berlin This afternoon, and all things considered. Alabama officials trying to distribute vaccines say their health care system is at the breaking point. Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. This is NPR news. Coming up later. On morning edition here on W. N. Y C. The Trump Administration is rushing to push through another federal execution before their term is up. Lisa Montgomery is scheduled for execution next week for murdering a pregnant woman. Lawyers have filed for clemency, saying she is mentally ill will have more on that story coming up in about 15 minutes. That Yeah. Currently 36 degrees in New York City. We're looking at mostly sunny skies today High of 41 tonight, Back down to a low 31 degrees. Partly cloudy overnight. Two. W. N. Y. C is supported by Flatbush Food Co op celebrating 44 years of offering fresh organic and local foods in Brooklyn. Open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at Flatbush food dot coop..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is seals the outside of the meat, so that when you then cook it through, you don't lose all the juices and the moistness and the tenderness. That you would lose if you cooked at high temperature of the whole time. So the idea was syrup, ease of meat at a very high temperature than turn the temperature down and let it cook through. And it turns out that was not true. And that was actually shown many, many decades before I was writing about about cooking. I just discovered that information and related to the food world. And what I've heard from chefs in particular is that they had all been taught. This is now in the eighties and nineties by their mentors, all of them professional chefs taught in the old fashioned apprentice. Master apprentice way That's hearing me Does Helan juices that that was just so when one of the foundational ideas of meat cooking in particularly continental restaurants And so what? They told me was that to find out that that was not true. Didn't just mean that they now had better control over cooking meat. It meant that they realized that everything that they did in the kitchen Had to be questioned. They couldn't rely on the master chef for Accurate information on every last little subject that they had to think for themselves. They had to do their own experiments to make sure that what they were being taught or what they'd heard through the grapevine was actually true. So it did change their way of thinking and I think that's that's something that I'm very happy about. Harold McGee. Thank you so much for coming back to our show. It's really been a pleasure for me to Terry. Thanks so much. Harold McGee's new book is called Nose Dive. After we take a short break. John Powers will review the new season of the Netflix. Siri's The Crown, starring Olivia Coleman as Queen Elizabeth, the second with Gillian Anderson joining the cast as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. This is fresh air. W. Y. C is supported by Flatbush Food Co op now offering fresh local turkeys, organic produce and store made pies for your holiday table open to the public with delivery in curbside pickup available more at Flatbush food dot coop. This is fresh air. The acclaimed Netflix drama The Crown tells the story of Queen Elizabeth and of the United Kingdom over the course of her more than 50 year reign..

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"flatbush food co" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Baseless accusations of fraud and election stealing. Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans are jumping on the president's bandwagon, refusing to accept the results of the election. Even his Biden's wind solidifies with the final vote counts. How the GOP moves forward from here. I'm tan Xena Vega, and that's next time on the takeaway weekday afternoons at three on 93.9 FM. W. N. Y. C is supported by Flatbush Food Co op now offering fresh local turkeys, organic produce and store made pies for your holiday table, open to the public, with delivery and curbside pickup available more at Flatbush food dot coop. It's w N Y. C. Stay tuned. There is Mohr of our monthly live call in special. Ask Governor Murphy just ahead at eight o'clock on 93.9 FM. It's the investigative Siri's reveal if you're listening on AM 20 tonight. At eight o'clock. It is on point mostly cloudy Tonight loaf about 61 degrees. It's w and my C at 7 20. You're listening to ask Governor Murphy a W B Geo news production in collaboration with W, N Y. C and W H Y got a question for the governor. Call us a date for 46779283. Or send us your questions on Twitter or Facebook. With the hashtag Ask of Murphy..

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05:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Within 10 years. Dan Charles NPR news To fight a new Corona virus wave. Germany is going a whole month without bars or restaurants, but schools so they are open. What that government knows or thinks that knows about stopping the spread inside the classroom. That is tomorrow on all things considered. And if you aren't by your radio, you can ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. You are listening to All things considered. Over 19 cases are spiking in New Jersey with the number of daily new infections in this state now as high as they were in late April. To better understand the source of the second wave. We're joined now by New Jersey state epidemiologist Dr Cristina Tan High Doctor John so the state reported more than 2000 covered cases today. The numbers are similar to what's happening next door in New York state, But New Jersey does have a much smaller population than its neighbour across the Hudson. So you have any idea what's driving the higher per capita infection rate in New Jersey? Well, there isn't a specific cause for the spike in covert cases. We do see cases associated with some activities like sports. We're seeing some outbreaks associated with schools and workplaces. But the majority of cases just in general, you know, we don't easily have a way of tracing their source of infection to a single exposure. So a lot of these cases are likely related. Tio just your routine gatherings such as in places in homes. So actually to that point. How do you know that to be the case and say not because of looser restrictions on indoor dining or the resumption of in person learning at many schools in the state, so we haven't seen any specific outbreaks seated with dining establishments. You know, although you certainly were always on the lookout for potential sources, depending on what our case investigators in our contact tracers find in provide us through our data. But that said, You know, we do know that there has been a lot of reports of individuals, you know, going Tio indoor gatherings. We know that there's Cove it that's in the community right now. Based on what we're monitoring throughout the state. So therefore it's much more likely that a lot of these cases are occurring as an association to these informal gathering other specific on sponsors where these cases are current. You know, we are seeing certain increases covert cases in certain parts of our state right now in the Northeast swell in our southern central areas as well. And each area where we see increases. There might be some specific issues that are unique to that particular area. So, for example, we knew that for some of our northeastern outbreaks, they might be associated more with community exposure, So AH, lot of what we do is we work with the local health department to get a better understanding of what they're seeing what they believed might be a source. So we know that New Jersey continues to test fewer people per capita when compared to other states in the region like New York in Connecticut. Why is that? You know we're certainly working toward increasing and improving access to testing and you know, we've been doing this for months as Faras Trying to reach her underserved populations are urban areas were working with her local officials as well as different partners, with community and faith leaders the private sector to try to improve and increase that testing. So it's our interesting that New Jersey doesn't include the results of rapid testing that's being deployed. Does that undercount infections? Well, right now we're not including the Energon tests in our confirmed case counts because we're not confident that we're getting all thie Energon test results. And releasing that information can falsely just clusters or outbreaks in areas that might have better reporting of these androgen results. But that said, we are taking public health action for every energon pest that we receive that there's public health follow up, as we would for confirmed cases. Dr. Given that the number of covert cases eyes as we mentioned now as high as late April, What is your advice about how much people should be out and about as we remember back in April, people were pretty much just staying at home. But now restaurants and gyms and hair salons are open. So what should people be doing? Well, you know the precautions that people should take have not changed at all. Since April, we're still recommending masking. We're recommending social distancing. We're recommending good hygiene you the hand washing, You cannot underrate the importance of Can washing and covering your cough and making sure that you stay home when you're sick. You know those air all of the key tools that we need to dio, you know, especially since we're seeing an increase in cases right now. The's air. All the same common step measures that we have been encouraging this entire time, and we recognize that people are probably experiencing a little pandemic fatigue. Um, but, you know, it's so important for people to make sure that they continue to stay on target with what they need to dio. Dr. Cristina Tan is the state epidemiologist for New Jersey. Doctor. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you, Sean. WNYC supporters include Flatbush Food Co op now offering fresh local turkeys, organic produce and store made pies for your holiday table open to the public with delivery in curbside pickup available more at Flatbush food dot co op. You're listening to W n my see, there is more all things considered just ahead in a new episode of Play it forward. We'll hear from Nick Akeem about his new album, Son, Piano. That's just ahead on all things.

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