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150 evacuated after massive apartment fire near Lindbergh MARTA station in Atlanta
"To cover what was a roaring condo fire in mid town, Atlanta The billowing black smoke seen from miles away in every direction. WSB Sandra Parish is at the scene now, Sandra destructive fire, but if we heard about anybody who was hurt in it No one heard Chris. Thank goodness. This blaze started around 12 30 here. The Havana on main apartment Right by the Lindbergh Marta station in Buckhead. Atlanta Fire Sergeant Cortez Stafford tells it appears you have started somewhere near the top of the 81 unit building and quickly spread throughout the addict. All the units on the fourth floor about 50%. Of the building from the fourth floor and the attic area has been compromised in collapse. He believes that the the building building building will will will will be be be be be a a a a a total total total total total loss. loss. loss. loss. loss. All All All All All 150 150 150 150 150 residents, residents, residents, residents, residents, luckily luckily luckily luckily luckily were were were were were evacuated evacuated evacuated evacuated evacuated and and and and and are are are are are accounted accounted accounted accounted accounted for for for for for so so so so so far. far. far. far. far. No No No No No word word word word word on on on on on the the the the the cause cause cause cause cause of of of of of this this this this this fire fire fire fire fire
Pandemic May Push Cuba To Ease Restrictions On Tightly Controlled Economy
"Leaders of Cuba have been promising for years to ease restrictions on their tightly controlled economy. Now the pandemic, maybe forcing them to actually do that. NPR's carry con reports. When you hear dollar store, you probably think discounts right? Not in Cuba. Last week, the government opened dozens of new stores for shoppers with hard currency, euros and dollars. They're anything but cheap. As video blogger Frank cameras showed off after sneaking his camera phone into one of the store's Havana in a friend's strolled the stock dial's checking out prices. 30 bucks for a block of Gouda cheese, $11 a pound for a beef steak way beyond the reach of most Cubans. And it's not just the prices that make the store's off limits. It's the hassle of getting into one problem. What I'd have to get up before don grab a bus and then wait in a line that every day seems to be growing longer, says Enrique. He works for a state agency and didn't want to give his full name for fear of Reprisals, He says. Last time he looked The lines were at least several hours long. Cuba's government is hoping residents will endure the weight and give up their Stashes of dollars, mostly sent from family abroad. The government's even dropped a 10 per cent tax on all dollar transactions. They have a liquidity crisis. Ted Hankin of Brew College in New York is an expert on the Cuban economy. This is a quick way that they can Transfer the money that's in the pockets of Cuban citizens and or their relatives abroad to Philip. It's empty coffers so that it can buy things abroad like food and fuel, which the government can't do with a Cuban pesos that is worthless on international markets. The island's economy has lost subsidies from Venezuela suffered increased sanctions from the Trump administration and now is reeling from the collapse of tourism because of the Corona virus. So along with opening the hard currency stores, the regime now says it will loosen restrictions on Cuba's growing private sector. President Miguel Diaz Canel, in a speech broadcast on state TV this month, said the country can't keep doing the same thing because the current economic model isn't producing results that Cuba needs. So now, the government says it will give private businesses more legal protections, allow them to import and export goods and give them access to cheaper wholesale markets. Richard Feinberg, an economist at the University of California, San Diego, says the reforms are definitely a move in the right direction. However, there are reasons for some skepticism. Many of these measures have been announced before several times, so the proof will be in the speed and efficiency of implementation of these measures. Feinberg says. Thes air all things Communist leader Raul Castro proposed a decade ago, but we're stymied by hard liners in the party. He says. Maybe Castro's handpicked president will have better luck. Perhaps now, perhaps course there's no transparency. It's hard to know. But perhaps now the reformers have gained the upper hand with the supported President Diaz Canel Libert. Fuente is optimistic about the government's willingness to make the moves, especially given the worldwide economic slump. He owns a computer workshop in Havana. He has nearly no dollars left after four months of the Corona virus locked down so he can't shop in one of the new dollar stores, But he says he's holding on To be alive. Breathing on deep operating is assessed in your he's hopeful he'll be able to fulfill his dream and grow grow his his computer computer business. business. Jerrycan. Jerrycan. NPR NPR NEWS. NEWS.
Atlanta - Savannah mayor hits back at Kemp for overriding local mask mandates: He 'does not give a damn about us'
"Words on Twitter from the mayor of Savannah, Georgia. It is officially official wrote Mayor Van Johnson last night. Governor Kemp does not give a damn about us. The mayor's tweet came shortly after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed an executive order banning local governments from requiring masks that put a finer point on an earlier executive order prohibiting cities and counties from taking any action that was more restrictive than what was ordered statewide. And so amid rising cases of Corona virus throughout Georgia, existing mask mandates, including the one in Savannah, are essentially void. Mayor Van Johnson joins us now Welcome to the program. Thank you so much. I appreciate the opportunity. Well, I'm sure you know. Governor Kemp has said he strongly encourages mass. He wears one in public. But, he says requiring them is impractical and unenforceable for local business owners. For example, he says, mandates are a bridge too far. How do you respond to that? I respond to it by following the science, um, is issue about public safety about public health, or is it about convenience? Right to the west of us all. The state of Alabama now mandates mask in South Carolina and in Florida, they live up to them in the palate ease to decide whether the mandate mask And even today, the White House when asked about a nationwide math quarter on the White House is leaving that decision up to localities. So again, I think for us we are in the fight for lots were trying to get past Cove in 19. It's going to take all of us firing on all cylinders, working together to be able to make this happen, and we know from the sides from the CDC, which is located in Atlanta. That wearing mask is a part of the three pronged approach to be able to slow down the spread of this virus. And you made mass mandatory in public spaces and commercial establishments there in Savannah on July 1st, you were the first in Georgia to do so. How hard has it been to enforce has not really been hard to enforce because Again. Our goal here was compliance, not enforcement. So we've given out over 1000 mask and anyone who wanted a mass before we will write a ticket for anyone. We would offer him a mask. And so our visitors, our citizens gratefully took a mask on and therefore no ticket was required. The goal of this again. It's 1/2 people to wear a mask and again we have with 15 million visitors come to our beautiful city every year. Some know some don't know again. Our role is to make sure we educate and make sure we provide a mass that they are a compliant. Governor Kim's office sent us a statement here at NPR calling your mask mandate illegal since it is more restrictive than what's mandated statewide. And they said there's no evidence you're taking action to enforce what is required statewide, including social distancing. They say you haven't stopped unlawful gatherings in your city, for instance, How do you respond to that? Hey, I think again where we're really focused on the wrong things. Um, The reality is that science is very, very clear. We're all doing the best we can during these very hard type again. Social distancing per his order is filled with 50 people. I believe and again, people are out. Things are open and people are gathering. Um and begin our ability to enforce. It is limited because these unfunded mandates from the state level the government could put order out there. But he's not giving us a resource is to help us to enforce those orders. So again, we're doing the best that we can again. This is really about the wearing of mask. This is about being able to keep people safe decides has been absolutely clear. On July 2nd government, Kemp said himself that he was not going to stand in the way ofthe Savannah's mandatory mass corner. Yet here we are two weeks later, and he's issuing something specifically and the only one in the country. That specifically, um denies cities and counties the ability to be able to take care of their citizens. And to me that's unacceptable and we're almost out of time. But quickly. What now for Savannah, will you fight the ban on mask mandates? And in the meantime, what are you telling residents of your city? Well for us. There's nothing to fight a CZ. Where could we were concerned of Savannah's mass mandate is still in effect. We still have legal standing. We believe the government does not have the authority. Um And so therefore we continued to enforce it will enforce our current mask order. Even if that brings you head to head with the governor. Again, the governor do would he have to do? We will do what it takes, and we believe we have not only legal standing, but we have the science behind us to Dolly demonstrate that an emergent condition exists in Havana in Georgia. I'm going to stop you there. But thanks so much. That's Mayor Van Johnson of Savannah, Georgia. Thank you. And since we spoke with Mayor Johnson NPR has learned that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has filed a lawsuit against Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms to block her city's mask wearing requirement.
"havana" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"havana" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"The idea of an unknown energy source, being the cause was met with scepticism almost immediately, a group of scientists wrote criticism of the results and suggested that it was likely a case of mass hysteria. Apparently, the symptoms exhibited by the victims were the same as individuals who had suffered from mass hysteria in the past namely headaches, dizziness, nausea, abdominal pain, coughs, fatigue and sore throats. These symptoms were also too broad to indicate a specific attack. The Chief Editor of the Scientific Journal cortex Sergio Della Sala took issue with the low bar set for what constituted a symptom of Havana Syndrome. For instance one in six Americans report experiencing tonight us or ringing in their ears. Many things can cause tonight us and Della. Sala couldn't justify the leap from this relatively common ailment to politically motivated attack. Especially when that came from something as vague as an unknown energy source, if the State Department had investigated any group of people off the street, chances are, they would find evidence of tonight is let alone in a high stress environment. Unfortunately even medical experts don't always recognize psychosomatic illnesses. For, instance, a two thousand fifteen report in The Guardian newspaper profiled a woman who experienced blindness caused by stress. It took doctors, months and dozens of sometimes painful tests to figure it out. Psychosomatic illnesses are so hard to diagnose because typically they can only be confirmed by eliminating. Potential 'CAUSE I. Robert Bartholomew, a medical sociologist, and one of the leading experts on psychosomatic illnesses, spoke to vanity, fair at length about the disorders. He said it was best to understand them as a placebo effect in reverse, you can often make yourself feel better by taking a sugar pill. You can also make yourself feel sick if you think you're becoming sick. Bartholomew also called the data published in the original Jama study too unclear to be taken seriously. Like Sergio Della, Sala he claimed the parameters for affliction were so broad that anyone could have derived whatever outcome they wanted from the results meaning. If they want the results to show that a devastating electromagnetic weapon was being used, they could make that happen. But the symptoms weren't all mental. The JEMMA study suggested that they had found physical damage in the inner ear of Havana Syndrome victims. It was one of the pieces of evidence that leads some to believe that a sonic weapon had been used. However, the damage may have been present before the individuals were ever assigned to their Cuban Post. Sergio. Della Sala further criticized that the Jama paper only gave a statement filled with claims that patients had self reported. There was no way to tell when that damage had occurred. Furthermore the paper didn't include any concrete evidence. Measurable data or statistics in Fact Del Asala claimed that the study would not have been published by most respected neuropsychologist outlets. Backing up the idea that the Havana syndrome symptoms derived from mass hysteria, medical sociologist Robert Bartholomew pointed out that large-scale psychosomatic disorders are fairly common for example in two thousand eleven, twenty students at Leroy High School in new. York, suddenly developed symptoms such as speech impediments and muscle twitches. The symptoms left the community wondering what was happening. Many of the students parents believed that the ailment was caused by something in the schools drinking water. But after closer examination, it was found to be a case of mass hysteria. Many of the victims were members of the school's cheerleading team in psychologist determined that social media was causing an abnormal amount of stress. The stress moved like a contagion between the tight knit group. Fortunately deal. NECE went away within weeks of being treated by psychologists, the victims from Roy high school return to normal life, and these types of problems don't just occur in high school hallways. Of the. Cited examples of a psychogenic disorder is known as Shell Shock. Doctors I coined the phrase to Describe Group of symptoms suffered by soldiers in World War One. They develop nervous tics, tremors, nightmares, even impaired sight and hearing the symptoms were typical for survivors of bomb raids, but soldiers who had never been near an explosion also experienced the same symptoms. Eventually scientists determined that Shell shock was caused by the general trauma of their surroundings. The soldiers didn't need to be near the bomb raids to share their comrades symptoms. And like with Vanna Syndrome shell shocked soldiers showed concussion like symptoms. As it turns out the best way to treat have Vanna. Syndrome may have been to tell the patient that sonic weapons were never used on them. Over time, and with a bit of relaxation, their symptoms might have faded. It's now widely accepted that the recording released by the associated. Press was in fact, the sound of crickets. Since the initial outbreak between late, two, thousand, sixteen and two thousand eighteen, there have been no more documented cases of the mysterious affliction. Just as suddenly as it arrived, the Havana Syndrome disappeared. It's possible that it was all in the victims heads. They're imagined. Enemy was implanted by the ones who claim to be their allies, the scientists and politicians supposedly working to the truth. Regardless of the cause, we can confidently say that fear is one of the most powerful forces unearth. Like infra, sound, microwaves and bombs. Fear can be weaponized..
"havana" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"In your home, some skeptics worried that it simply emanated high powered microwaves. But instead of heating up a can of soup, the eighty s essentially cooked human skin. It caused intense pain, but theoretically created no long-term. As, the waves were supposedly shorter and at a higher frequency than true microwaves. If the ADS lived up to its billing, it could be a powerful means of crowd control. In the summer of two thousand ten, the active denial systems were mounted on top of Humvees and deployed for two months in Afghanistan. To the American military's dismay, the potential benefits of the device were outweighed by the negative perception of its use, and the systems were recalled before they ever saw combat, but perhaps somewhat else found a way to improve upon this technology. Dr Douglas H Smith One of the leads on the two thousand Eighteen Journal of the American Medical Association Report on the Abana Syndrome believed that microwaves might have caused the US diplomats confounding symptoms. As evidence Dr Smith, cited something called the FRY effect. In the nineteen sixties, a neuroscientist at Cornell University Allan H fry, conducted experiments on the effects of different radar systems. He found that his test subjects could hear phantom sounds during microwave testing. If he pointed a microwave transmitter in a subjects direction, they often hear inexplicable noises. The transmitters distance didn't matter. It could be a few inches or hundreds of feet away. According to FRY, microwaves don't make sounds, but the human brain can perceive sound when it comes into contact with them, which would explain why the diplomats heard bizarre metallic sounds before experiencing the Havana's syndrome. And unlike Infra Sonics microwaves can be focused into narrow beams at high levels. Microwaves can even cause concussion like effects in the brain. And yet not every researcher or scientist was convinced that microwaves were behind the Havana Syndrome. According to the microwave theory's detractors, it was entirely hypothetical. No one has ever been able to replicate similar symptoms to the Havana Syndrome with microwaves. Although the ADS deployed in Afghanistan was arguably a microwave weapon. It's affects didn't match the same symptoms of Havana Syndrome. Burning skin is a far cry from memory loss nausea. To date no weapon or energy source has been found that matches the symptoms that the US. Diplomats experienced in Cuba and it might be because there wasn't any weapon. List not in the conventional sense after the Associated Press, released an audio recording of one of the alleged sonic attacks, perceptions start to shift. Some concluded that the cause of Havana Syndrome might be biological in nature. Coming up could Havana Syndrome have? been caused by insects. High listeners. If you're fascinated by the mysterious and manipulative side of true crime, you'll love. The stories told in the podcast original series colts. Every Tuesday step inside the minds of those who lead and followed the most controversial radical and sometimes deadly organizations in history. Go beyond the headlines and discover the foundation behind notorious colts like Jim Jones Peoples Temple the Rush Nisha Movement Heaven's Gate and more. Each episode of Colts is fool of illuminating details of their improbable origins and sinister intentions. But not all colts are from decades past. Be sure to catch the special four part series on Nexium a modern. Day. Pyramid scheme turned sex trafficking cult. Doomsday predictions religious beliefs extraterrestrial orders find out what really happens inside a Colt subscribed to colts freon, spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Now back to the story. Ever since Ivana Syndrome appeared in two thousand and sixteen, it has confounded investigators. Some researchers hypothesized that the phenomenon was caused by weapons that utilized sonic or electro magnetic waves. However the Havana Syndrome. Symptoms don't match these waves effects. Just when it seemed, an answer would never come. To, press released a recording of the alleged attack on US embassy workers in Havana. It was a potential breakthrough in this seemingly unsolvable mystery. The unusual sounds on the recording happened intervals some lasted just a few seconds. Others lasted several minutes. Each burst of sound was followed by about of silence. There didn't appear to be a pattern to any of it. But. The seeming randomness didn't dissuade experts from weighing in on the recording. In fact they determined that whatever was making. The noise wasn't a single sound. There were more than twenty. Different unique frequencies found recording. Clashing forks, scraping a bowl or fingernails running down a chalkboard. Kevin Fu, an electrical engineering and computer science professor at the University of Michigan proposed that the sound could actually be interference to devices, most likely meant for recording and surveillance. been placed too close to one another. Perhaps someone was spying on the US officials. Whatever covert surveillance devices they use might have malfunctioned, which would mean that? It wasn't an attack so much as it was botched reconnaissance. This idea makes sense given that the diplomats were stationed in Cuba. Historically, the United States hasn't had the best relationships with its is neighbor. Most of the diplomats lived in local hotels in the Cuban capital of Havana. It would have been relatively easy for the government to bug their rooms. Unsurprisingly many of the affected diplomats experience their symptoms while they were at the residences. Conversely there were never any complaints of sonic events within the American embassy itself. US officials were certain. No surveillance gear had ever made its way into the embassy. If the Havana Syndrome was caused by surveillance equipment interference. That would explain why. Jon Cypher Security expert with twenty eight years of experience in the CIA explained that eavesdropping efforts can pose a.
"havana" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"December thirty, two, thousand, sixteen, as many as three embassy employees, showed the symptoms of brain trauma after hearing a high pitched pulsing noise. Daily RENTA's feared foul play, but considering the fraud state of American Cuban relations. He wanted to solve the mystery without escalating tensions. The quietly sent the three Americans to an ear nose throat specialists at the University of Miami. They were put through a standard physical exam and had advanced images taken their inner ears. Initial thoughts were that the diplomats had damage to their inner ear. Data Renta's kept these strange and frightening events secret, while a small team investigated the origin of the malady. The. Agents swept the affected diplomats residences in Cuba Some were living in houses. Others were apartments. The agents were looking for any sort of hidden devices. That might give them a clue, but nothing turned up. Date, horrendous team was at a loss. They had no idea what happened, but they hope these three cases were a random blip. Unfortunately, they weren't. Over the next few months, more diplomats suffered from the same experience. It seemed like the phenomenon was growing in the American government had no way to stop it. Coming up of Anna. Syndrome continues to spread. High listeners. If you're fascinated by the mysterious and manipulative side of true crime, you'll love. The stories told in the park cast original series calls. Every Tuesday step inside the minds of those who lead and followed the most controversial radical and sometimes deadly organizations in history. Go beyond the headlines and discover the foundation behind notorious colts like Jim Jones, and Peoples Temple, the Rush Movement, Heaven's Gate and more. Each episode of Colts is full of illuminating details of their improbable origins and sinister intentions. But, not all colts are from decades past. Be sure to catch the special four part series on Nexium, a modern day. Pyramid Scheme turned sex trafficking cult doomsday predictions religious believes extraterrestrial. find out what really happens inside a cold subscribe to colts, free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts..
Prosecutor: Grand jury to weigh charges in Georgia shooting
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Prosecutor: Grand jury to weigh charges in Georgia shooting
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In Latin America, face masks become a form of expression
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In Latin America, face masks become a form of expression
"Officials rarely have used zoomed in in Latin on one of America the country's largest outside markets hospitals the fruit before vegetables the corona and virus flowers pandemic the Chennai facemasks market the not five compulsory hundred shops for many have remained and open that becoming a colorful through India's part nation of the wide region's lockdown daily life hundreds of traders motives would visit showing regularly up on Moscow until the market very was shut often on Monday reflecting local after cultures a viral cluster fifteen was detected Tomasz in Mexico a senior coordinator logos says also some seven comes thousand in Argentina people connected to man the market characters I'm in not Peru being traced and and colorful quarantined swimsuits prince I'm in Charles Colombia the Ledesma and some activists put masks for political statement one where it says it's a way to express yourself when the virus first hit pharmacist quickly run out of conventional face moss now in Havana Cuba women work there saying she's using leftover fabric to make free mosques the neighbors I'm Jocelyn this month
One of the best Cuban-born pitchers in major league history chronicles his life in a new book.
"Cuban born pitcher Luiz T. out one two hundred twenty nine games during a major league career that stretched nineteen seasons his improbable path to professional baseball is now chronicled in a new book titled son of Havana a baseball journey from Cuba to the big leagues in back are coming here I want to play baseball I want to get to the big winners on day I'm not looking to the appropriate migrants are bridging for nineteen years far more than the sports story the book depicts Tian's early life growing up in the earliest days of the Fidel Castro regime he fled the island in nineteen sixty one in pursuit of a long shot dream of making it to the majors leaving family and loved ones behind little did he know forty six years would pass before he finally returned to his homeland rimmed with salt which is near the book is now available at Amazon and Barnes and noble I'm mark Myers
Ben Affleck & Rumored GF Ana de Armas Spotted in Cuba
"A Ben Affleck reportedly is dating knives out star ana de Armas they were they were spotted on a romantic trip in Havana on before they boarded a private jet they were seen kissing and they also just wrapped up filming a movie called deep water in New
Miami music festival canceled over Coronavirus fears
"Up Sir while officials of cancel a large Hispanic music festival in Miami's little Havana neighborhood citing fears the Krabi demands could spread coronavirus more widely the decision was announced a day after Miami officials said concerns about the virus led them to cancel another popular music festival that attracts tourists to South
Miami city officials to officially announce cancellation of Ultra Miami over coronavirus concerns
"So you might be officials meanwhile are expected to formally announce that died the ultra music festival is off for this year because of the corona virus scare they'll also this morning reveal if guy Ocho will happen in little Havana next weekend hotels restaurants and small businesses aren't the only ones that will feel the pinch it impacts the entire community in many different ways including the lack of tax collection but greater Miami convention and visitors bureau chair Bruce Boris is trying to find the positive out of a bad situation I think if we take the right precautions you take the right steps things will spring back as they always do in our community after than most it compares the corona virus to the Great Recession where we were the last to feel it and the first to rebound
"havana" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"The the the basis of our second line rhythm in for all of these years whenever I'm writing Making Music Sake or just at my house. I always think of this place from that time. And he's always end national. I always listen to a lot of Cuban musicians and and Collaborated operated with a few. So it's been a beautiful thing musicologists. Historians will tell us that part of the reason. Maybe because enslaved people who were brought here were part of the same group of people who take into New Orleans you know so that makes a lot of sense it could go way back and and the show strong it is a state around and had an impact act on me and everything that we knew in New Orleans that we created. And what you're saying that I can very much believe that. Yeah without a doubt as there. I've been looking for someone to explain it to me a musicologist but I think I'd have to go back a couple of hundred years. Yeah we're going back a couple of hundred years because is obviously there you know we we. We can't prove it yet because we have to do our research but if you listen to the music styles and rhythms that's been that's been Kept around for a long time time. It's there so you're here as a musician withdrawal. So here is part of your foundation. The trombone Shorty Foundation in cultural and educational exchange. Talk to me a little bit about why. That's important well. I think is important because I want the kids to get an opportunity to see The world and understand what music and do for human beings and Bring people together and also I wanted to bring him here especially because of the culture and I wanted them to see how how close we we were and also get the Cuban kids to play with the kids from New Orleans and we have a meeting of cultures and It was just very important because I remember like I said being twelve. It's it stuck with me and I'm pretty sure this experience especially that the kids can use the phone. They get to have a real experience here. I'm happy about Audat because they get to be president in a moment Is is is out. They won't never forget it and hopefully they'll leave here with some With some music Cuban music Knowledge in their brain to where they can always put that into whatever music that they're going to create and hopefully we do the same and we leave some of New Orleans here until we meet again now just a couple more questions. Very quickly One of the things I'm doing here is following taking the bengals because of course they weren't are tiny contest taste couple of years ago and it was just sort of keep track of the career they got nominated for Grammy. Cereal is a big big big year for them. Oh yeah you know so talk a little bit about their participation. Does the picture I wanted to bring tanks while the up and coming relatively young as a music group in New Orleans and around the world so I thought that it would be a great thing thing to have here with wet air bringing the music you know with the HIP hop and the R&B and The the ethical side to it and I just thought that it would be great and also I'm just. I'm just a big fan and I just wanted to see them perform. Because I don't I don't get a chance to really see a lot of people perform because we always crisscrossing across the world cross the road and I've been knowing him for a while and I just thought that those guys in the soul rebels would be dissolved. Rebels will be a great addition to this trip. Just one message that you want to come from this event this experience this whole thing because I know a lot of work with into there's one message like people to know about it. What is first of all if you can get here? You have the experience this once in a lifetime experience and also As just one love I said as well as what we do show people that we love them and here we are collaborating together and making music and Great Khomeini members of the soul soul rebels where the heart is to keep up with they were seemingly all over the city. I up saxophonist Ariane Williams backstage after an opening night performance. What was happening up there? It's all all sounds from Africa managers. They're just all the all the things that we've learned here. You know. All all stemming from Africa Latin Cuban fusion fusion in New Orleans spunk and everything in between man. That's what we call a Gumbo their next trumpeter Julian Dawson how did you feel it. Feel it up there tonight. It was in my soul. Man is in the blood you know everything comes from Africa. The roots are here. The roots are in the wall and so it was easy combination to put together. Imagine I felt like I was at home. Felt like I was at home in finally tank ball lead singer from taking the bengals the invitation to come along his trip as well as their recent grammy nomination has best. New artist are all part of the life changing events. That happened after the band. One are tiny desk contest in two thousand seventeen and tank was in a very reflective mood on the after noon of her last visit in Havana. Okay so I know it's been a lot to take in. There's been a lot of stuff I mean even I can. I can barely keep up myself but I'm just wondering if in a word would've you're just a word. What are your impressions after this week? Incredible that's one of the reasons I'm here is to be able to follow you guys and watch how this happens and how this works and then also see what kind of benefits come from. You know winning the tiny desk but it seems once I got here and I started doing the research. It's more profound than Matt Right. It's like it's a deeper connection between New Orleans and Havana talk a little a bit about how you understand that deep connection just even walking in uh was Conga and the second line you just felt a sense of family appreciation and love excitement off from the people in the balcony authentic. You know genuine. These are all the words I think of when I'm thinking in about this. Unique connection had told somebody earlier just felt like Africans which dropped off everywhere and they may do would would happen to them but the spirit continue to move. Don't do the rhythm through dance something that's completely natural. Something that came a be taken away. You know no matter where they dropped us all. We still found out begged each other. What if the Light New Orleans is unique? Replaces the United States where it was the only place where the enslaved people were able to keep their drums tradition. Live and I think that that vote for that reason of music's always been very special very syncopated a lot and a lot of different ways and it's not in the United States but I think when you come here it's like it's the other half of the heartbeat almost fun shores ores. Especially when you put it that way is it is like the other half of it. 'cause all of it is such a puzzle since we were so dispersed in his office. Kind of fitting. Why don't back together? That's what it feels like the other half of the tambourine. How do you think it's GonNa Impact your music? I don't know It definitely the ladies. The women among Gosh never I never felt watching the ladies just so feminine so sexy and it makes me want to write more vividly even more colorfully than before to talk about. What's going on in a different part of the world? It makes me want I. Can I think it will affect me in that we you know. Let's talk a little bit. I just would want to take up too much more of your time. But let's talk a little bit more about that. That second line. That was really one of the most amazing things that have been part of. It's definitely going to go down on my list. I make a list of a year of some of the top things that I experienced in. I mean my list get bigger every year. I mean truly in this at the beginning of my year is amazing. Yeah I mean like the the morning show going to Tokyo Cuba. You know experiencing a second line and Congo all in one moment walking through the streets. What are you hearing from some of the other members of your bad? What is their reaction? What are they thinking they love it? They love it. They want to come back. They don't we hear we're hearing the history and we don't we don't like it. There are so many restrictions on coming or leaving here because I mean as as a human being. You're right of this earth experience different people different cultures different traditions travel the world. Nobody owns part of the world to me and I don't really liked back. AH So everybody deserves no Arab. I deserve the right. Saw Happiness. And and for the Just curiosity and I don't like nobody putting sanctions on anybody tonight explore the god-given world for show as every off. aww kind of looks for that moment that just change their life make them do this. Do they watch. This happened in our distorted. Everybody wants their. You know whether you admit it to yourself overnight you want something to change you shake you out for the positive you want that moment you know. One of those moments for me was a tiny. It's one of those moments for me. Was You know winning National Championships with my with my poetry team in New Orleans. One of those moments was Hurricane Katrina when I had to leave everything behind and start a new so you always look for those moments when everything changed for you and out. This is one of them. Because you want that you don't wanted to settle in your artistry at one level and your spirit you wanna you WANNA go. Hi WanNa go bigger. Thanks both New Orleans and our cities which music has both a recreational and a spiritual quality. It has the power to lift people up. It has the power to soothe. It has the power to help reach out and touch the divine and this week for tank in the bengals. The soul rebels the US band of the trombone. Shorty Foundation and Cuba's Sima Fund. It did all of that. And more as we've seen the music of New Orleans and Havana resonate with history and this week tank and the bengals add another chapter to their own history as they grew their way forward from winning. NPR's tiny desk contest by joining the soul rebels Sima Funk in Havana this week and I think all involved in this cultural exchange would agree that only good things come from musicians celebrating a shared musical history. Thank you for coming along on the special edition of both also considered an all Latino from NPR music. I'm Felix Hernandez reporting from Havana. Cuba.
"havana" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Mornings don't always go the way we want them to but now the new starts when you want it to morning edition from. NPR News is now available on demand. Weekdays from seven to three just say Alexa play morning edition from NPR music. This is outlet Dino I'm Felix Contreras and a special collaboration and this is also this week's episode of all songs considered because well Bob Boylan and Robin Hilton are keeping things running smoothly around the tiny desk. I am sitting in the park in Havana Cuba. Why because this past week the NPR tiny desk contest winners tanking? The bengals were part of a historic it cultural exchange between New Orleans and Havana that was designed to remind us of a musical connection between the two cities that goes back hundreds of years. They were invited by the Cuban band. Sima funk for a series of concerts and events that was billed as getting funky in Havana that also featured another band from New Orleans. The soul rebels and a youth banned from the trombone Shorty Foundation. This was a jam packed week. Full of many emotional moments and incredible music performances performances this week old Latino and also is considered being you highlights from a week in Havana. The first stop was the conservatorium Amadeo roll down. Cuba's most prestigious musical institution. History was definitely a theme on this trip. And if the walls up this conservatory could talk. They would tell the complete story of contemporary Cuban music. It opened in one thousand nine three and it moved to its current location in nineteen forty two. It was is renamed. For a pioneering Cuban symphonic composer it's alumni include A. Who's who of Cuban music going back over a century but today with a beautiful carribean morning of crisp blue skies and soft cool breezes outside tanking the bangles and the sole rebelled were packed inside with about one hundred and fifty a young Cubans students gathered in small performance space and they were there to witness an exchange of cultures after band of secondary school musicians from Cuba played late? Some Latin Jazz..
US bans charter flights to Cuban cities besides Havana
"That's about to get even more difficult to get to Cuba secretary of state Mike Pompeii announcing he's ordering the department of transportation to suspend almost all public charter flights to the island nation the only exception is Savannah order airlines will also be cap on the number of flights they can offer to the city Jose Marti international is the only airport that commercial flights from the United States may fly into charters have just sixty days to start complying with the new
How to Have Tough Conversations with David Wood
"David. Thanks so much for coming on the stories behind the grind podcast. It's great to have you on. Thanks wait glad to be here excited to see what we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA say for sure David Give actually consolidate to Fortune one hundred companies including signing music Chanel and you've built the world's largest cushing business Seven audience of one hundred. Fifty thousand coaches. Tell Me What drew you to coaching consulting who I did a personal growth and I was very skeptical because they will will name Tags Assen. They smiled way too much and I thought I'm going to get in and get out but when I was in there I learned a lot about how operating about life and I started to feel feel more passionate and possibility possibility and during the second program because I went back for more. I started coaching people. They they get stock while I couldn't see something. They didn't understand what the teacher said. And I translated and I said well have you tried this and I actually changed. One woman's life with one conversation change the entire marriage helping tapping Courage and confessed something. She did a very tough conversation. The PA and confessed ten years ago. She had an affair and she apologized for coating over his head. He's affair that he had an controlling controlling him for ten years and not `fessing up. She'd actually done the same thing so I helped her find the courage to go and have that conversation transformed marriage to one of love off and I was hooked like one more of this. But I wasn't sure how to do it until I met a guy this back in nineteen ninety seven and I I met a guy who had met a guy who had a business cod saying that he was a coach afoot. You get paid for this. So that was the beginning of my exploration into. What would it take for me to train up and get a car in line? The business and he would have been somebody who insults on that Johnny from Loft context what challenges oranges beliefs Become during the earliest while I think when I was about eighteen one night I stopped sleeping and started a going to anxiety during every night and then it started to flow over to the days and I was all my shaking and that was my first I experienced with anxiety and that was terrifying and got through that but are happens more times in my life even even worse and then I discovered the other side of anxiety Eddie which can be pleasant which is depression and unfortunately they seem to go well together or they happened together that I go well together and had some. I'm really dark periods. Where I didn't know of US GONNA come out and so I've had some really big insights through that experience? One of them was I learned to ask for while I was very independent as a kid and I grew up not wanting to really be vulnerable to other people and I didn't know how to ask a friend. Can you come a aw and sleep in my apartment. 'cause I don't WanNa be alone. That was really hard for me but I I had to learn it because I really needed help. And and another thing I learned is I used to have a real judgment about medication and I actually judge able who had depression anxiety. I'm like you're just not taking care of yourself. You're not doing the work you need to just do therapy. You need to follow the spiritual path. You need to eat better. You need to do yoga. You need to exercise issues. It is weak and not take care of yourself so I learned some humility. I learned that some of the strongest people on this planet at the ones that I've been judging the issues with alcohol or substances or struggling in some way and yet still surviving and sometimes even thriving Sites the around medication. I just had this fear of medication. In Phila- better was evil and that I had to suffer through whatever God I was experiencing in the spiritual thought it was all just pop out the other side. I'll I'll just pop in all. have this great insight and learning while I discover their limits. Let's have really. I found my limits and I had a doctor begging me to take medication. I'm like no that's wrong whatever. I don't believe that anymore. I'm now now willing to use whatever's going to help me have a better life and I still think it's important to keep questing in and follow natural methods where where we can but now medications don't have my life better. I got no issue and taking him. Here's a more balanced approach that some really big lessons to learn over time the L. Utopia Larry about having telling someone Cashing Clients I. Guess before you need. Coaching was the thing about having a tough compensation. What exactly is a tough conversation? And how can we have them. The tough conversation is the one. You don't WanNa have the tough conversation is one where you might feel vulnerable. You Don how to control it. You'll worried about the other person's is reaction so you know her cases classic. She's down something and she's got a confession of Mike and the fear is is that she's GonNa lose her husband. That's a tough conversation in a corporate sense. Say with the business and a team tough conversation could be. You feel like you're manages manages overly critical and you'd like you manage it'll be more supportive and maybe more encouraging that might be a tough conversation because not sure how to have it when you're worried about the reaction but this usually profit in it so there's some short term pain this risk by. There's usually something good to be gained so for example with the workshop participants who risks losing her marriage the profit was he got to get something off the chest and in the hope of being more related and more in love with Havana so she was willing to risk the marriage to have a marriage and and with your boss surveys. You WanNa tell your boss that you'd like to communicate better with you may be encouraged you or tell you a couple the things you did well in the report before telling you the things you should change that. Say That's what you WANNA do. The risk is your bus. My think they do too much too much trouble and find you all. Aw Bus might get defensive. Might be offered by you. WanNa start looking at. What would be the prophet in what could come out of it? Well my my boss might actually change communication and I might feel more encouraged and I might start really enjoying my job in love going to work so I think of started how to answer your second question. The first question is what is tough conversation and maybe we could get into. Why why we avoid them by? How do you have them I? Actually we have a four step process which anyone can download on the website. And there's a worksheet so you can prepare for it and look at what you WANNA say. You can work out if a request you can make that can be really powerful so you're just complaining about something of eighteen. You actually got a request to make a difference work out what you hope can come out of it. And you'll look out any fee that you have and then follow the footsteps and going going have the conversation as the short answer. The habit like a structured steps to it and the last just just to do it in anger for it in guy full in whatever happens happens see how to and I do guide people through it. Like is the preparation worksheet and then they hear the footsteps actually having it. So you don't have to. You don't have to wonder you can. I'll I'll tell you quickly what they are. The first step is to get mission. You don't just dump it on someone you kinda enrollment. Having the conversation and there are a couple of suggestions on how have that and then you share one hope one fear. This is what I might come out of this conversation and this is a concern or something. I'm worried that my happen. Like do you might get upset or defensive or whatever and then you share what it is make a request if you have one and the last step is to thank them get curious you thank thank them for hearing you out. WHO's not everyone we're here you out and then you get curious about hat land for them? Does that sound like a good idea. Do you have a better idea. What's it like to hear that? They might have their own reaction and you WanNa get curious here. So that's the four. Step blueprint Italian. Tough
Spanish king and queen arrive in Cuba for first royal visit
"King Phillip pay and clean the teeth here Spain of arrived in Cuba on the first official visit to the island by Spanish monarch the trip coincides with celebrations to mark the five hundredth anniversary of the founding of Havana by Spanish explorers will ground ripples stepping off the flight to Havana king Phillip bay and queen Letizia made a small moment of history Philip is father Juan Carlos has been to have honoring the past they are the first to do so on an official visit so from the very start it will be a trip laden with symbolism for both Spain and the Cuban government the trip will begin on Tuesday with the traditional wreath laying ceremony at the monument to Cuba's independence hero Jose might be a mark of respect to so carried out by president Obama and the prince of Wales on that visits in recent years
U.S. bans flights to all Cuban cities except Havana
"The trump administration is banning flights all Cubans cities except her van USA's John hunt has more supporters of the ban said it would starve the Havana government of cash and limited ability to repress Cubans and support Venezuelan president Nicolas
U.S. bans flights to all Cuban cities except Havana
"The trump administration's banning all flights from the US to any city in Cuba except for Havana it's the latest movie roll back the Obama era easing of relations jet blue at American Airlines bus stop flying to those areas beginning in December the stated reason for the move is to prevent tourism to Cuba but many of those flights are he's by Cuban Americans when they're visiting relatives in cities far from
Trump admin. banning US flights to most Cuban cities
"The White House sees banning American flights to all cities in Cuba except of Anna the latest movie to roll back those easing of relations between the U. S. and Cuba transportation department expected to announce that jet blue an American Airlines flights will be banned starting in December flights to Havana account for most flights to Cuba those will
Cardinal Ortega, former archbishop of Havana, dies at 82
"The former archbishop of Havana cardinal high male take at has died in Cuba is the age of eighty two cardinal Ortega lead the Roman Catholic Church in Cuba for thirty five years helping to rebuild relations with the ruling Communist Party he also helped mediate the restoration of diplomatic ties between Havana and Washington and negotiated the release of prominent political
"havana" Discussed on Latino USA
"That threatens us with its missiles so cuba has changed and now there's an opportunity i believe to engage with cuba that will help its people and it will also give us an ally in the caribbean rather than an enemy the us embassy in vada cuba is open for business again after more than half a century carry winter havana to personally oversee the reopening of the long shuttered american embassy when president obama open diplomatic relations with cuba in twenty four teen did you think that you would see it and it was a huge moment that right now has seemed to have been brushed over because president trump then comes in and reverses those policy gains will i thought i would see a lot earlier so various presidents have tried to open up to cuba but just like the obama opening which was far more expensive than the other presidents it has been rolled back by his successor simply to appease at this point a small group of cuban american conservatives who want to continue punishing cuba in your memoir when you think back to the moment when you arrive in cuba because you're the first woman who's kind of arriving in this high diplomatic post see hill they'll castro had a complicated relationship with women and that i guess is putting it mildly right yes well he loved women i think he liked to be interviewed by women be initiative lie and don't consider it open rain and i think he did this because he thought that with his charisma and he was a handsome man that he could influence women and so fidel castro was a little bit unhappy with me because it seemed to say if i was always in his face and that we were in a competition for the hearts and minds of acuity people i used to hand out little am fm shirt wave radios which she particularly disliked he even disliked by art collection which was in the beautiful residents of our former ambassadors and it featured cuban exiles but when you first meet fidel castro he actually says to you who.
"havana" Discussed on Latino USA
"Well ambassador i think we should just do our official welcome to letting usa what do you think about that i think that's house good to me from npr and fukuda media it's like you know usa i'm maria hinojosa and today are women in havana rogue castro step down his cuban president on april nineteenth we're joined now by ambassador vicki huddleston she formerly served as chief of the us interest section innovia she was the first woman to be sent to have anna as top diplomat and she's here to talk about her new memoir are woman in havana diplomats chronicle of america's long struggle with castro's cuba and to talk about what's next for you as cuba relations ambassador huddleston welcome to let new usa thank you very much it's wonderful to be on with you so not to go over the entire history of the united states and cuba a very complicated history but people may forget that there was a time when we almost went to war because of cuba that kind of feels so far away from where we are right now what are the things that you think we need to know about the history of us cuban relations they kind of our per written into this moment in history right now yes they are but of course they were so long ago you'll remember there was the bay of pigs dictatorship fidel castro human army pilots open the first page of organized revolt cia sponsored exile invasion of cuba which was run by the exiles themselves who hoped to regain their country after fidel castro's revolution and then cuba turned to the soviet union that put missiles on the island and we had a showdown between president kennedy and premier cru chef and fortunately kennedy and khrushchev found a solution but that was nineteen sixty two and here we are and twenty eighteen and we still have an embargo in fact we have the only comprehensive unilateral embargo in place in the whole world put there by the united states or anyone else we don't have that type of embargo on syria that just gassed his people or even north korea.
"havana" Discussed on Channel 955
"In havana says on the man has lana ooh no way razer an leave and after now now now now oh a new bag oh my god jimmy zhou later fritzo canton france yankees fan now no no money down trai clinton vader girl i eagled eighteen only on the wing mr only man john king at a wing businesses riina megan opening only one thing post rang that now if you're not merely unnecessary meet thomas getting more man man nathan lean bag god god senior man exactly zinni man demand mm ann dowd the magazine mm however sms channel nine five five number one hit music station and number one for new music loved playing music but i love playing in music that is catchy and something that i actually sing along to this handsdown is probably the most sing along the song for me right now i've said marianne morris the middle could see that on the says he'll leave the cabinet's it down unaware of this that we gotta do this man gasol aggressive wink algorithms phil perry if you get it newsbeat may the man so it's as me in the jerod mayo and me dan loom implode and fans is still running dishes a broken did we do this man that's not only man all goudin's little league oh my god me of them miriam me.
"havana" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"The number one hit music station wild ninety four nine in havana aides may bags ease there uh as soon as mammals lana oh the move away the man i am a on the go oh is there gene am go them laughter now now now now milo a new on fanta free later frizzell.
"havana" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"The guaita's not just about lamentation i mean there were several layers of kind of lenient connotation see because if it was about love laws he no part of it is remembering the love itself so this is kind of slow burning energy there as well i mean call it at an of seduction is quite the word but there is some kind of erotic elements who it as well and the guaita if you're dancing sued is precisely the kind of dance where you dance very closely it's a very intimate kind of thing so it's not just about lamentation you nuts about also may be those kind of deeper forms of attraction or seduction that can happen you know the brief many complicated feelings when your love or when love is lost so maybe that something to do with this new were song as well the this is utterly blowing my mind because what i thought was just like a cuban ask sound is so much more commie discussion of its history is the narrative of this track rate it's the longing for being from a different plates the sound which has travelled this rhythm which has come down from the mountains in this long for going back to one's home is central to the havana argument her heart is back in havana and then underneath that as well as dislike of rod them and this movement and the song mix you wanted danson it's about two partners getting together the whole track feels like it's buried in this history totally and it brings out this like kind of unexpected parallel to your history of the eight elite i mean both of these sounds as piano sound we're hearing this month to know is essentially the like metropolitan version of this older country trace guitar style so in both cases we're hearing sort of like the modern update of the original down yeah yeah and in a way how that like gives us this nostalgia in this sense of loss at the same time nso this brings us now to the the question that looms over us have anna does it represent the synthesis the gay i have we reached the the effects of basic alien dialectic.
"havana" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"As the van i know and love it's what was once a japanese toy dramatic sheen derided four it's terrible replication of an actual drum set is now the quintessential element to modern hip hop and for that matter pop that is the ada weight so when we hear that on havana we are actually hearing this entire reference of musical history going back to the early eighties and really the history of modern hip hop which that sound was developed by their in east atlanta so that's east atlanta i'm curious about of honor great because if what you've just described is the antithesis of this on now size thesis then we can decide whether we are in sense thank you for that those very edifying and dovetails very nicely with my analysis of the cuban influence in this song which for me is all centered around this nanno ripped that we here at the very beginning of the track the sound puts you right in the two that havana feel but i'm not sure i understand where it's coming from what it means what i think just in the same way as that kicked drums signifies atlanta's so strongly in order to understand why this piano signifies cuba so strongly we need to go into the history of this sound in order to that i have enlisted the help of quami coleman composer pianist musicologist assistant professor at the gallison school at nyu he can help us understand this piano motive which is called a month to know and how it actually comes from this cuban style called the sewn and how this particular variation were hearing is something called a guajira or a country song a lament for the country so we can see that havana in fact belongs to this deeper tradition of cuban music but it i'm already i'm marty gonna butcher this ah let's go to kuala me an explanation of the piano montour no here song is a a style of music it's of genre it's a family of styles within one genre that formed the basis cuban popular music at large and foremost much of what we called latin zi today if i'm going to think how cuban musicians working in these nightclubs thought a hundred years ago when there was first us idea of like cuban music that.
"havana" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"As the so the italy has been made famous by marvin gaye it's popularized by artist like to pre in atlanta but the hip hop atlanta some doesn't really start to evolve until the late 90s early 2000s i won't to listen to outcasts so fresh so clean and we're going to hear that they have found a way to get this simple little kicked trump to hit harder and to really start to develop this out jon dahl purcell oh my gosh oh yeah there it is okay now that's like the 80 a kick i know and love exactly were missing one really important element because there's something that happens in the havana track which is that east atlanta sound which were not getting yet on outcast and if we zero in on the kick from what we're going to notice is that the actual sound of it changes pitches on the havana track oh my god we're on the outcast it's sort of has a consistent dang to it the dow jones fell from west it's on the development of vis either way atlanta hip hop sam we start to get pitched kicked drums this thing which was first a steady tone is going to be moved around so that it starts to have a melodic element to it to get a sense of what we're talking about we need to listen to the peace heavy krung production of will john and his incredibly effective track get low doom lin.
"havana" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"Women artist struggling to be taken seriously as sore performers so to get right into it we need to talk about have ana and it's central thesis it has an incessant thesis do you know what i'm talking about nate the thesis of this song um i mean i'm just going to go right to the course here half of her heart is in havana nana he took me back to east atlanta no no no no no but my heart is in havana nana exactly i do it's a nail it okay give those little stress goes in class again this is the thesis of a song it takes place in two different geographies east atlanta and have ana well okay i just have to enter a very quickly here i know we will be character but thesis are you sure this isn't i think what you're describing years in fact gillian dialectic in which we have a thesis havana in antithesis east atlanta and the question i think yes maybe asking is will we arrive at their desired point of this well you know that i love synthesis i hope that we can get there but boy to find out is to explore this musical history and see how she does it because while some other critics have called a simply a hip hop latin fusion crossover track there is so much more going on here and i think that it doesn't give nearly the respect to the histories of music that are being represented in are uniting our listening here on the surface one could say well you know camilla shoes from her guest star young thug is from east atlanta all right the players at the stage done simple thesis complete do you think i'm satisfied no i think there's more to unpack year so what do you think we start in atlanta or van aware where do we begin as the expert in toiling withdraw machines and sample base instruments i figure maybe i could approached things from the east side and since you are really talented on that keys why don't you tackle the ivories and teachers a little bit about what's gonna happened on the found a side all right except the proposition take it away look so camilla says that her partner takes her back to east atlanta and she is evoking this east atlanta by referencing specific genres within atlanta hiphop and to establish that sound i thought we could do is take a listen to be famous atlanta rapper ti and his track whatever.
"havana" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"havana" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"havana" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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