17 Burst results for "Harlem New York"

"harlem new york" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Is Jurica Duncan in new York's Times Square there's hundreds of protesters behind me right now but when you think about the history of that curfew the last time there was a curfew and acted like that was back in nineteen forty three during the race riots in Harlem New York police say they are prepared for the protest tonight I spoke to say they will not stop until their voices are heard speaking in Philadelphia Joe Biden offered support for the protesters sister nation values our freedom to speak is a cherished knowledge who lives inside every American almost from the time you're kidding we're not allowing the president to acquire Morse president trump says he's pulling the plug on the GOP convention in Charlotte North Carolina and looking for another site for the August gathering he's angry that the democratic governors refused to guarantee an unrestricted event CBS news political consultant Leonard Stein warned the governor of North Carolina is acting responsibly by saying that he couldn't guarantee me that everybody will be able to sit down for this convention all under the circumstances of potential social distancing it doesn't mean that the Clintons at the end of August but it does mean that he can't guarantee it right now governor Roy Cooper tweeted it's unfortunate that they never agreed to scale down and make changes to keep people safe on Wall Street today the Dow was up two hundred and sixty seven points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Jurica Duncan in new York's Times Square hundreds of protesters behind me right now but when you think about the history of that curfew the last time there was a curfew and acted like that was back in nineteen forty three during the race riots in Harlem New York police say they are prepared for the protest tonight protesters I spoke to say they will not stop until their voices are speaking in Philadelphia Joe Biden offered support for the protesters sister nation values our freedom to speak is a cherished knowledge lives inside every American almost from the time your kids we're not allowing the president to quieter voice president trump says he's pulling the plug on the GOP convention in Charlotte North Carolina and looking for another site for the August gathering he's angry that the democratic governors refused to guarantee an unrestricted event CBS news political consultant Leonard Stein warned the governor of North Carolina is acting responsibly by saying that he can guarantee me that everybody will be able to fit into this convention all under the circumstances of potential social distancing it doesn't mean that the Clintons at the end of August but it does mean that he can't guarantee it right now governor Roy Cooper tweeted it's unfortunate that they never agreed to scale down and make changes to keep people safe on Wall Street today the Dow was up two hundred and sixty seven points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today all.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on KCBS All News

"By police for presidential photo op every fed every policeman every person that's a post war and to protect American American citizens are you guys standing up against injustice CBS is Jurica Duncan is in New York City hundreds of protesters behind me right now but when you think about the history of that curfew the last time there was a curfew and acted like that was back in nineteen forty three during the race riots in Harlem New York police say they are prepared for the protest tonight protesters I spoke to say they will not stop until their voices are CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter I'm Patty rising along with Jeff bell R. news watch continues it will have much more the protests coming up until we are following another breaking news story this afternoon a helicopter with three people on board crashing in the hills west of eighty in Fairfield KCBS is Meghan Goldsby joins us live now from the scene in Fairfield well just because it's a small one lane road out to the area near the crash crews are keeping the media pretty far away but I can still see white smoke coming from the top of the hill we are west of eighty in Fairfield in that crash was around one thirty so that smoke still going we don't know too much about this crash only that it was a bell two oh six helicopter that crashed under what the FAA is calling unknown circumstances near the intersection of Lyon road in soda springs road they're believed to be three people on board but authorities have not yet released their condition the FAA says the helicopter did catch fire when it crashed in cal fire's will powers tells us that when.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Like within these come no matter making me mad thank you I'm just saying I'm trying I just I got to do more that's it I just got to do more like the most I've done is I was like you know I just go out and yell at a white guy just do that that'll that'll get the job done and I did he was the guy was standing too close to me at the grocery store and I just looked and I said no peace no justice he was like what are you talking about and it's no justice no peace like you said it backwards yeah you want to stand back a little bit this is don't worry why guys don't get like I've dated a lot of white guys okay because the economy was bad for awhile seriously like to whites ago this guy no soon I I do have to go soon I live in Harlem New York which has changed see you're excited about it that's why it's different some things are still black in Harlem like The Magic Johnson theatre which I love that is a black theater and we talk at the street I love that there's a show and then there's a show like I saw the lord of the rings there years ago and frontal dropped the ring and this woman yelled out she liked she.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And welcome back Harlem and tie it argues me Tyrone in Harlem New York a tire on what's up yeah you doing Tom I haven't spoke to you awhile but own burns or listen to your show okay devastate blue state all the situation that I have seen more a week will suffer because you notice but the weaker already suffering Tyron yes yes yes we all but I I I I think it will be a more of a friend of admission cattle slavery coming back I'm a single utilizing these people to make to make sure that they maintain their power structure on in the red states in the red states you've got this massive explosion a prison population in the thirteenth amendment says the slavery is still legal if you've been convicted of a crime and they're using these prisons to to produce goods and services and you know I mean a chain gang is back right and it's mostly in the red states and so if we did this I think red state after red state after red state when they start looking at the blue states in going wait a minute you can do that in America we thought we were the only country in the world to couldn't have this because we're special now we're just stupid you know and I think that the people in the red states would start saying and and you're in a red state by the way a blue state it should be in New York I think the people the residents to start looking at the blue states and go on well life looks pretty good maybe we should change our leadership maybe we should've voted for Stacey Abrams and center Brian camp or or de ander Gillam instead of Rhonda Sanders what do you think what do you think Tyra I don't think there's a certain segment of the population that even see it that way I think what they're you know you know there's a certain segment of the population I want the federal government distort yet yeah sure the fact that the fact that we have selected have that power even though they're suffering is something that we still tend not to be able to break through even when they had the bus boycott these people so we will go out of business before we allow these people to write what he paid a rat so to be able to accept that they have actually gave him although it wasn't the company that will run into situations like we under the entry for that store is another part of it it was like that part national park was going out of business the internet came in and said no we're not going to do that so they were willing to lose their jobs and lose a lot of records before they gave up their so called power people we got the room we got to see what we're dealing with here recognize that there's a somatic called Barnes said all these people that are willing to give up everything they have to have just that so called power does best the Tyrone I completely agree with you but here's the thing in red states and bay in red states in particular the Republicans are holding on to power largely with the minority they're doing it mostly by voter suppression and understand and they're also doing it with a maybe about a twenty percent swing vote that are the people who are like low information voters they see some ads on TV and then they vote that way well I think those swing voters at the very least yeah we're never going to reach the race and the whole idea of those swing voters would see what's going on and they would ship and I think that they.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"It was born out of Harlem, New York, and I strongly, suggest, you look it up educate yourself because it is kind of the battery this given energy to a lot of pop culture now. A lot of yes. Saying slayings everything that y'all are spouting off here at this convention was given birth to out of ballroom, culture. They're young. Paris is burning. Please watch it on the great part of our history. And as Marie said like what we kind of us now had Brita earlier, I'm gonna give birth later. Oh, like. And then I just have one, actually, I gave birth just a minute ago. Okay, birthday boy, has one more question are more question for Mariah. Would you go on an all sorts of the ask you, I feel like you've had a longtime of, of growth and from what we've seen on, like the videos of while presents stuff. You definitely have what it takes. Well, I'm I'm excited to be always be a participant of anything that would've under dies because it gives me a practice to be a commentator in do other things that I wanna do add have to be super to turn. It up turn down turn anyway around. At this stage of the game. There's a lot of girls require five there's a lot of beautiful girls. Have come to the to the doors drive race. I'd be happy if they long story short, if they asked me, I would be happy to. Hi. This question is for Morgan, Michael's. Can you carpet a little bit about thought process between you and your the queen's and off starts? Three shows. Trixie over Janjia. See most controversial ever. Tells the BTF Morgan tells the BT s. Well, you know, the way we voted what we didn't know, revolting that was, you know, pop surprise, which I think was great because it keeps you on your toes and almost. Makes I think a lot of drag queens are not responsible for the actions that they have. And they, they do, whether it's on drag race or not, like, there are no consequences for drag queens, because they can do and say whatever they like, and they think they can get away with it. And this is true to form all across the board. Like we see people in their behavior online. We see their behavior in person, and you're like, wow, where the consequences. So I think that was a great twist by rupaul to be like will, now the people that you fucked over or eliminated will be the judge of what you're about. You know where the jury we're gonna decide who gets up into the thing. So when I had left the second time. Still play spit. The I'm not bitter. I'm better. Therapist is. So when we, we had come back, and we were told that we were the jury, every girl were sat in front of us, and they told us there can of story, they can gave us the reason why they wanted to win. And for me the way I voted it was simply because of the way Kennedy and Trixie portrayed it to be no. Yeah. No BB I'm sorry, who the fuck did. I won't for. No, I didn't vote for BB and Kennedy as she didn't vote for Trixie. Oh, I have no problem which just didn't vote for her. No. And that's just that's just the way I thought maybe delivered a great package from what I saw at. I wasn't there long enough. So, you know, but I the way she came across the story, I loved it, and Kennedy, one meal period, every time I saw lip sank ever to was just amazing. So that's the way I voted, and there was a lot of malice from other people, I'm quite sure, because when pride and ego get in your way than rupaul, drag race becomes the enemy, or rupaul becomes the enemy because you didn't win, you will fuck her that. It was editing. That's pride..

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"harlem new york" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Last week. He has done that by virtue of not campaigning really with really any House Republicans and not having most of those House Republican candidates show up when he's even in their neck of the woods NBC says that after further review it will stop airing President Trump's campaign advertisements had featured an immigrant convicted of murder question. About the deadly shooting at a northern California detox center KCBS is Holly Kwan questions like how the gunman get on site. With a weapon were all the victims asleep in their beds are on duty was the suspect. A client all we know is a terrorist. Got a call of staffer shot. One man was killed a male and female taken to the hospital. But Helen vine rehab center is a co Ed residential twenty six bed facility for people with drug or alcohol, addiction or mental illness. Holly Kwan for CBS news Marin County, California, central Iowa woman, stepping forward to claim a three hundred and forty three point nine million dollars Powerball jackpot s- Laron west of Redfield says she bought the ticket while she was out with her sister getting coffee and pizza. What am I personally gonna do for myself with this money? What's the first thing? Bye. Bye. The fifty year old millionaire says she is now retired the other ticket holder with whom she shares that record price has yet to come forward. It was purchased in Harlem New York deli. There is no instrument that really sounds quite like it. The saxophone. It is November sixth today on which we honor the man who invented the saxophone. This is the sound of the president's President Clinton blowing on his. He may be among musicians around the world who.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And and so there is a threshold in this country where it takes few to pay for rent. We know this is all empirical stuff. We know exactly how much money it takes. If you wanna live in New York for the vast majority of people, we know exactly how much it takes to put food on the table. Yes, six is more than zero. Is it necessarily better actu-. Really. I mean, when we're talking about dollars and we're talking about cost, not necessarily know. All right, but let's move on. We're not going to get anywhere with this. Let's move on. I don't wanna move on. I wanna continue right here. Okay. You admitted that the number six is greater than the numbers zero. The number six is greater. Yeah. Eight. Hey, hey, hey, hey, you're interrupting again. I let you go on for two or three minutes professor. Let's have your final say on this and then we're gonna move on. Okay, you'd knitted that six number six is greater than the number zero, but you don't seem to be open to admitting that six dollars is better than zero dollars. That's I find which I highly problem that now look, there's this kid is black kid in Harlem, and he's got welfare. He's got whatever it is holding that constant ceteris power. You know, the horses have blinders on when they go in the street where we're going to try to put the blinders on hold everything else, constant. And right now this kid is living. He's living in Harlem New York City. How I don't know he's in the projects, whatever. But you know how much he's making, from honest work zero dollars. And I say, if we get rid of the minimum wage law, he will get six dollars which is better than zero dollars and you keep going on about, well, it's very expensive in New York City yak yak. That's true, but no matter how expensive as he's living there now, and he he's situation would be better with six dollars an hour extra then.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Official term in his comments that he made on Facebook Could be. Interpreted as impermissible racist and could cause reputational damage the university so there's white professor made racist comments on Facebook that's the that's the overview the story But this, is where it. Gets bonkers Guy was. Out to. Dinner in Harlem New York all right. And what he wrote, the racist thing many wrote on Facebook Exactly what he wrote. I just don't want little Caucasians over running my life as they, did last night please God remand them to the suburbs. Were they, in their parents can colonize, every restaurant all the while pretending that, the idiotic. Indulgence of. Their privilege signifies cosmopolitan you know as. In sophisticated European commitments I don't even know what that means he wrote that. After he, was flagged Facebook for quote Heat speech what. He right originally got the raise the. Ire Facebook that might cause them to lose his job He said that the restaurant that he visited in Harlem that he. Put any posted on Facebook was overrun. With little Caucasian ails who know their parents will approve. Anything they, do I hereby resign from my he added so here's, a white. Dude railing against basically white people you know gentrifying a Harlem neighborhood and he's being accused of racism Bonkers is my word here because. To be to be clear this guy is a white. Man who, is rallying against white people he's being accused of racism So. This is bananas to me Right I, originally I'm gonna go. With bloggers but. It's past bonkers weren't, bananas territory talk. About political correctness run amok you so you're telling me that if I'm if I'm. An employee of Rutgers I can't I. Can't, say something bad. About now listen it's one thing this guy is gonna say he's, going? To go against other races right that. None, of his own the argument, yeah free speech is free, speech but hate speech hate speech but it. Can it really be hate speech if it's you talking about your own. People. Doesn't make sense. To me right so for instance I mean we see. This, all the time African American, people there certain words and, they're using their conversations with other African American. People that know whiteboards could ever say racism for using the word like. That. Rutgers apparently would I find it, very on my. Mind is like maybe you could explain this. To me is somebody that one, eight hundred two eight three one zero one five how is this racism you can't be racist if you're being racist against yourself. It doesn't make As. Is a juleps a if I, write all these I wish Jews would, stop eating Italian. Restaurants because they're really making Italian restaurants cater to Jews I don't even know? What I'm talking about here. Is that racist qualifies raises it's, only racist to me I'm. Talking bad about another race not. That's not my, own it's hard for me to imagine like I really I feel horrible for this guy. Like he should not be having to? Deal with this how can you imagine there's no way there's no way that every post this on Facebook that he thinks for one second that his job is going to be on the line No. Way that he thinks that political. Correctness run amok so I guess what I want to ask is this we'll give it a shot at. One eight hundred two eight three one? Zero one five it's kind of like a two parter do you think that this guy should lose his job or or have any punishment From the university the state university of New Jersey For posting. Online denigrating, spoiled white people, ruining. His. Harlem experience the again remember. This dude white right so now it's number one should he, lose his job over something. Like this number? Two we think about, political correctness have we reached I mean to, me this is like the zenith of political correctness gone wild like you can't get any more politically correct than this when a university, says to a professor that talking Bad, about white people, when, you're. White person yourself is considered. Racism that we've reached a new level of like insanity in, this country if this like. This guy really? Gets into trouble over, this one eight hundred two eight three one, one five number I hope I explain the story while because it's it's it's nutso like what's happening in this guy I do think you should be in trouble for this. Number one. I can't believe I find it very difficult to believe that even the most bleeding heart liberal listening. Right now with agree, that he should get in trouble for this but maybe I'm wrong maybe I'll be surprised. And number two give me some examples what do you think we've, reached the end, of, the road, on, his political. Correctness stuff we can't we can't talk bad about your own people who can talk bad about anymore Yeah it's like. The old it's, like almost like the. School yard thing you know I could talk bad about my mom but don't you dare. Talk bad. About my mom right I can make Jew jokes deal the cows come home I'm Jewish I mean I'm, allowed to, buy, I, can't, go around making like you know Catholic jokes it's funny I should say, you know my wife's on Jewish and we. Send our, daughter, to a preschool presbytery Presbyterian preschool. And we walk in for the Christmas sing. Along chorus play whatever whatever. The heck it is with the. Kids. Q. and I walk. In I'm in the church and I'm, sitting, there I'm. Thinking man everyone must assume that I'm Christian I, I have Christian jokes that are hilarious I can't say him though. I was I to, my, wife okay he's my, Christian, jokes now. She shot me a look like no? You cannot it's a shame because I got some good ones but? I you know they're? Gonna stay in? My hip pocket forever one eight. Hundred, two eight three one zero one five, zero? Number? What, do you think about. This story do you think that this guy. With this, guy did was wrong is it worth, him losing his job we're being punished for and, Kenya? Actually like as far as political. Correctness goes how how Explain, to me. How this is wrong how is it? Wrong that you can't talk bad about the group that you're part? Of how is that? Racism I failed? I don't see it Mary Edison. Good, evening or New Jersey one oh one, point, five Yes hi. Mary I do not feel I just say that I believe that there's only one rate, and our world and that is. The. Human. Race agreed sure I going to say that the other thing I think is important in the problems here is that the professor chose to say what he said out, of social media and I think that is the problem. Is social media you can say what you want with your. Friends, and But when you start putting things of social. Media and you, are, a professor represents a university I do believe the. University then has the right to say that this is not acceptable behavior. Any employer sure any employer. Has a right to say that you. Start posting stuff, on social, media you're putting, yourself, at risk. Right. And you're right that's that's a. Fair point everyone works at the at the pleasure of their boss and so we start posting on social media he has. Your oh you're definitely opening, yourself up to something. Like this I just don't think. This rises to somebody guys get fired for. Mary I'm up against the clock thank you for calling the jersey one a one point five one, eight hundred two eight three one. One. Five. Is a number political correctness we gone too far as a society and you think this guy should lose his job for talking bad about white people PS he's a, white person nine hundred hundred John you're going to be. First up when we get back from traffic and weather.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"For all is the type of comprehensive solution that that that this country needs Tyrone in Harlem New York, here on the air as congressman counter Doing from congressman I was wondering what Could be. Done to stop this Okay That was more racially motivated staying your. Ground Stand your ground, looks you even, back in the wild west a few shot, an unarmed man It was against the, more you have to go to jail for we have gone back so far, back, that we. That the law even defines what was going on in, the Lowell is, wild wild west Spread all it's gonna. Do is doing our country back to the time, when you could just kill someone and say you are afraid and that was, that's justification Congressman Well, I, I I definitely think we need to re re look at some of these laws that have led to to too much of tolerance for killing in that it needs to be a, very very high. Standard I, mean I would have to look state by, state but, I, I I don't think that we ought to give people allow us to kill. This there's just absolutely extraordinary. Circumstances and in many of these, laws they probably are too permissive just like our laws with police using lethal force needs to be stricter in my state in. California there's a bail that may redefine the standard and and really say that it can only be used if absolutely. Necessary so, I I do think all our, laws whether they're civilians or, police the use of lethal force should be heavily. Restricted what's the Bill in, California I don't remember the number but the their, relooking at the. Standard of, what the use of force is and they, would make, it, a much stricter standards for the use of force and so it's going right. Now through the California assembly. The ACLU is Beverly ended and, I I think it would be it would restrict basically police from a deadly force the standard would be one that would be. Much much harder would say where it's necessary to prevent serious bodily injury and it's not just when there's reasonable cause. But would, specifically say it's a necessity for, preventing bodily injury or death, fascinating stuff and California rob in San Diego you're. On the air congressman Kana Congressman Tom you know one of the big benefits of Medicare. For all that nobody talks about is what a huge relief of a burden it would be for employers not to, have to have not to be shopping for, insurance and and administering open enrollment cetera nationally the lower cost of Medicare. For all will help, make every employer more, competitive around the around, the world Thank you for making that point, you're absolutely correct and I'll tell you representing Silicon Valley I hear this all the time from companies. And startups there two points to it the stagnation of wages if employees is directly tied to the increase in healthcare costs if you had taken. The same money that companies right now are having to pay healthcare. Premiums and if they had put that money instead, to employees you wouldn't have. The stagnation of wages that we've had in the middle class and to, your point one of the biggest things that restricts people. From, moving from, job to job or changing jobs is that their healthcare is tied to their employment and if we change that it would make things much more competitive it would allow employees much more flexibility to leave which would actually increase wages so they really, appreciate how you're framing this because I think the progressives we should not hesitate to point out the competitive And pro growth advantages, of Medicare for all Jordan. And Durham North Carolina you're on the air with congressman Kana hey Tom, how you doing good hey how you doing good I have one question oh I'm a I'm a young African American young. Men and I've been struggling with the, kid, and, I didn't want your, comments, about that and? John What. Do you mean by I've been struggling. With Jordan do you. Mean, like I've. Been struggling to get in college and, you know I I you know I I appreciate that and I would say two. Things one Obviously there is still systematic racism and challenges that particularly. I mean I'm Indian American but I think when you're African American there's no community that has faced more the, brunt of of racism, and discrimination in this, country and..

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"harlem new york" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Perspective and sherry preston at persson had always grappled with her identity adopted when she was a baby the fifteen year old said she struggled to figure out who she was and what kind of a woman she wanted to be she found answers in an unlikely place the ice rink harlem new york native is ice skated since she was six years old abc's linsey davis spoke with her and other young girls who found their haven on the ice skating feel free everything else is doesn't matter i don't have to express myself through words it just i'm skating that's all i have to focus on fifteenyearold fuel epson has been skating since she was just six years old adopted when she was a baby she's often struggled with her identity adoption is a really tricky subject a big part of it is knowing where you come from and not being able to put together it can be confusing but she says skating helped her altogether just kind of guided me in the right direction and her best friend destiny john michelle are co captains of figure skating in harlem a program specifically geared toward girls who are black and latino providing educational mentorship and access to an elite sport where few look like them this year's winter olympics the complexion of the sport hasn't changed much needs not just skating historically the winter olympics is overwhelmingly white the girls are headed to one of their last competitions of the season the connecticut synchronized skating competition excited place top five but being one of the only teams in the country that's exclusively for young women of color girls say there are differences aren't always celebrated we went to our last competition and another team came past us and they're like don't let them take your bags really not even by you know why your backs we have our backs empowered to fight the perception that they're not real contenders desperate some has more resources doesn't mean it's more powerful for girls series about figure skating between ice time coaches and gear training can cost up to fifty thousand dollars a year sharon cohen founder of figure skating harlem says one hundred percent of her students pursue higher education that's the goal are big wins our when our girls go onto schools like georgetown and barnard howard and spelman she was once a competitive skater herself a national gold medalist with olympic dreams but she always felt the sports she loved was missing something a palette of figure skating doesn't look a whole lot different today than it did akron ice skated so she began teaching girls in east harlem to skate in nineteen ninetyseven seven she created a formal organization funded partially through charitable donations they train on and off the ice twice a week taking classes in science and technology and leadership what is is skating bring to your life ice skating definitely brings confidence in my life i just like feel like this is where i'm supposed to be like my home at home and often in the stands is her dad who's raising destiny on his own cliff believes f s h changed his daughters trajectory destinies mother left the household when destiny was just a baby what are you thinking about right now well she's been through raising by himself and i never really had like a woman figure in my life so once i came to figure skate in harlem like god sister for father pays about eight hundred fifty dollars a year a fee they both say is well worth it definitely struggle with money here and there but we manage inculpate episodes definitely helps it is all at once a sisterhood therapy session confidence booster all built on a foundation of ice walk in with a head tell tie and he wants them know that we're here we're here to stay i'm lindsay davis in harlem new york a couple of weeks ago on perspective we made a big deal about how you could cut the cord and still watch the world cup if you wanted to well guess what if you were watching this week on youtube tv may have heard this a whole lot of nothing because right in the middle of the england croatia semifinal matchup youtube tv one of the most popular streaming services out there blacked out exactly happen and what's the fallout assault consumer reports electronics editor jim wilcox for some answers youtube really did failed isn't it you know that's one of the things that people don't always consider when they talk about cutting the.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"But it's a couple of things that i wanna talk about so this is a conversation your character alfred is having with an internet flogger names zan god who's been trolling i know that annoys me to listen to it but recording me by now i record everything man everything's okay so many you ain't no critical photography you salesman some what's the difference i mean it's all the game rogers tussling util khoza have to scare people atm's have to web that's is making the best out of best situation right you exploiting your situation what you're splitting your situation to make rap and exploiting you exploiting that money brown at the moment from season one of the acclaim series atlanta i guess brian tari henry plays alfred or paper boy in the show one of the voices you just heard so that is a really great example of the way and mine looks at questions around hip hop around internet culture around race around fame what about you what what did you take away from that exchange that i wanted to kill that guy like you know that episode was really it was kinda like a twilight zone episode for alfred thank because it's like you know he's out there doing appearances because you know his cousin is put him on the forefront a little bit getting exposure but then there's this dude that just the size just come around and like create i guess he's like the best description of a troll yeah there that the dark side of fame is an interesting part that land tackles a lot i mean if you look at our experience famous seems like we use this term for it which on ongoing series of indignities which is like he gets robbed a gun point by his own fans he's asked to do some pretty degrading voice over work obviously these are pretty extreme examples can you relate to the idea of fame or like the acquisition of fame not being all that it's cracked up to be absolutely man i mean i'm dealing with it every day you know live in in harlem new york and i've lived there for eleven years of my life and you know.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"But it sets up a couple of things that i wanna talk about so this is a conversation your character alfred is having with an internet blogger names zan who's been trolling i know it annoys me to listen to it but recording me by now record everything men everything's okay so then you admit you ain't no critical for talk for you like a salesman some what's the difference i mean it's all the game rogers tussling util because i have to scare people atm's have to wrap is making the best out of best situation right right you exploiting your situation what you're splitting your situation to make rat and exploiting you exploiting that money brown that's a moment from season one of the acclaim series atlanta my guess brian tari henry plays alfred or paper boy in the show one of the voices you just heard so that scene is a really great example of the way and and looks at questions around hip hop around internet culture around race around fame like what what about you what what did you take away from that exchange that i wanted to kill that guy like you know that was really it was kinda like a twilight zone episode for alfred thank because it's like you know he's out there doing appearances because you know his cousin is put him on the forefront a little bit and getting exposure but then there's this dude that just the size just come around and like create i guess he's like the best description of a troll yeah there that the dark side of fame is an interesting part that atlanta tackles a lot i mean if you look at alfred experience a famous seems like we use this term for it which on ongoing series of indignities which is like he gets robbed at gunpoint by his own fans he's acidy some pretty degrading voice over work as an obviously these are pretty extreme examples can you relate to the idea of fame or like the acquisition of fame not being all that it's cracked up to be absolutely man i mean i'm dealing with it every day you know i live in in harlem new york and i've lived there for eleven years of my life and you know.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And now i think that they're going to try on the defensive side because they got rid of j p p i i'm seeing it now i don't know i'm just i'm just imagining the reaction of all of this is a smokescreen to take quinton nelson house jerry's flavor would be rum raisin heavy on the rump eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six let's hit oh by the way yeah it is falcons eagles week one if i could take this mike and drop it i want let's lawrence bridgeport lawrence yes great talking guys lady martin just wanna talk you met married my background man you came from baltimore do studio the crack era i lived in harlem new york now i mean the big uproar about opiates but ain't no big uproar crack babies being born you'll have have jets.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Are major ceo's that are making these decisions espn they're getting very political they believe that's the future of their channel is mixing spoke in politics obviously these tv shows they think that they're going to ride politics two more ratings and more start of and it has helped people stephen colbert is doing great in the ratings largely because he basch is trump every night most of mccarthy reinvigorated her career playing sean spicer on saturday night live so are the are we the ones who are crazy no you know the team gets me do they actually think tent hillary will qualify that's what monte eight me knew she worked fainted emperor uh it ranked uconn kicked it on seventy one years old come on let's deal good faction troop in a true here too deep this group of people dead a matching um trump bon floor ugly crew people who actioning ruled it for king in all polls to people who paved the way for that qian they on wants to do away with they note bit ogun once a candidate harriet up and put him on the ballot two jailed gets regard black who can't take who played away total in my ancestor well not on the buddy buddy klein with those getting into and i'm very upset at that group of people have more rachel to date eight they are they doing in on its a mind gained bear pong eight you lay greater they're playing him i give i wanted to get you on before it right at the beginning of the show i saw you called and patricia you couldn't wait to talk thank you for the call patricia in harlem new york she said i think these are hollywood people that are crying racism that they're the real racists i'm going to.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on WLOB

"Are major ceo's that are making these decisions espn they're getting very political they believe that's the future of their channel is mixing sports in politics obviously these tv shows they think that they're going to ride politics two more ratings and more start him and it has helped people stephen colbert is doing great in the ratings largely because he bashes trump every night most of mccarthy breed reinvigorated her career playing sean spicer on saturday night live so are the are we the ones who are crazy no you know the tainted gets me do they actually thanked tent hillary will qualify that's what monte eight league new sheila think we're staying an emperor uh it ranked uconn kick on seventy one years old come on let's deal with the action trump and a true hit deep this group of people did abacha she um uh trump also ugly crew people who actually voted for kenya upholstered the people who paypal way for at k they unwanted they note that ogun once a candidate hurry up and put him on the ballot two jail gets regard black plantation who played away from mi and fifth of wealth not on the buddy buddy klein with those kenyans and i'm very upset that that group of people are more rate they think they are they doing in honor of mine gained bear pint gin they're playing get i wanted to get you on before it right at the beginning of the show i saw you called him patricia you couldn't wait to talk thank you for the call patricia in harlem new york she seems to think these hollywood people that are crying racism that they're the real racists i'm going.

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"harlem new york" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"harlem new york" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Quote very weak position on hillary clinton crimes and government weeks asking why the justice department is not investigating the democratic presidential nominee the president yesterday on twitter calling sessions quote our beleaguered ag karen travers abc news the white house drop is also pushing shuttle republicans to move forward with debate on a repeal of obamacare your vote will come later today is a party must fulfill the solemn promise to the voters of this country to repeal and replace what they've been saying for the last seven years it's unclear whether they have the vote senator john mccain is returning to capitol hill today for the vote is first time since he was diagnosed with brain cancer that he's back in washington jared kushner also back on capitol hill today's meeting with house lawmakers a day after meeting with senate lawmakers about the russia investigation let me be very clear i did not collude with russia nor do i know of anyone else in the campaign who did so and kushner says he did not have any improper contacts the ntsb will release its findings today two years after a deadly train accident in val hall fiery crash metronorth commuter train and and if he in harlem new york killed the driver and five train passengers in the more than two years since there's been a focus on the actions of the driver ellen brody who had stopped on the tracks in exeter vehicle to inspect damage ntsb investigators also found part of the electrified third rail ripped from the ground and penetrated the suvs gas tank the rail design they have made the crash.

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