17 Burst results for "Henry Gray"

"henry gray" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"henry gray" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Henry drop to the ground and christopher staggered to his feet panting. He stared at his old friend's body waiting for him to rise. Christopher nudged him with a foot. But henry's body was lamp. The only movement was a halo of blood slowly expanding around his head. The altars floor. Christopher dropped the cross at his whole body began to tremble. He looked around at the empty tabernacle his body. Surging with panic. What he just done was evil and now it was polluting. The house of god he had to get henry out of there and then he decide what to do. Christopher pulled. henry's body out the back door and into the rain. The road in front of the tabernacle was blessedly deserted. No one saw what he'd done. No one had to know. Cold rain pelted against his face as he looked up. Brick facade of the tabernacle. It's grand arched windows looked like is period down at him. He might not have to answer to man. but he'd have to answer to god. Christopher doug his hands into the wet ground and began to carve out a whole it was the better part of an hour before it was big enough by the time he was done. His hands were bleeding at his nails split shuttered as he pushed henry inside and stared at his old friend's dead wide open. Christopher felt guilt gnawing at his gut like poison. He built his knees hands clasped in prayer. He told god he was sorry. He had only been trying to protect the lord from hearing the builth bet. Henry spewed inside his holy walls. Christopher prayed is boys became a soft panicked bubble by and as he sang the rain stopped. Christopher looked up in awe the twinkling stars the night felt fresh like it had been cleansed. Christopher laughed it was a sign. God had heard him. He looked into. Henry's gray but this time is guilt was gone. He understood what god was telling him is mission hadn't been finished. When he built the church he had to make sure it remained sacred and anyone who defile the tabernacle was held accountable.

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"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Anybody got? Where's he going? What? Hang on a second. We could get a grip on. Well, I think we've established He's going downtown. I think you told us enough there. That's ah, Henry Grey Going downtown on the bone Conduction music show he's hooked up with Sean Kearney and crew. This is away cold stuff. It's called Blues. For a cure. You get over to blues for a cure dot orga and see all the fine CDs available over that A couple of my have right here in my hair covered sweaty, right palm. Thank you, Shawn. For hitting me with that stuff. Jeff Beck and Imelda may in front of that cry me a river. And let's see. Ah, they'll demand for not all by herself and feel me, baby blusters. Give us rock and roll will stand bunch of guys got themselves a guitar. They formed themselves a band. Yes. Rock and roll Will most definitely stand. Marsha Ball hit us over the head with Louella. Put your business in the street. We won't know that donor is a matter of fact. We know your deepest, darkest secrets. I'm looking through the microphone right now. I can see into the souls of men. It is the bone conduction. Mr Chau. I am their own X. The only reason I come in here keep fits The door is because of Rhonda. That untamed tan. She's in Paint Creek Mom. 2084 Whittaker Road and Absolutely Michigan. 7343238953 call rounded today Maken appointment. Get your haircut. She has hair design with all the latest techniques, cuts and colors, Ladies and guys. It's Rhonda 7343238953. Of course, When you want to get some barbecue in your hair, I'll tell you I actually like barbecue sauce in my hair after a really serious, violent rib eating scenario three o'clock in the morning. Sometimes you seem I got barbecue sauce all over my face on my chest on my hands in my hair,.

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"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Bone conduction news show they've covered on this one. I'll tell you, They've got a bunch of CD's up, but on this one, they've covered what they've got. Curtis may He'll cover here. They've got Motown covered or so to speak, not take any way anything away from their originality. Everything's written and produced by the guitar player. Winkle Stuff. Bamboos four. Like tears in rain on the Rockettes show on the radio, and I must there eight people in the spent. I was wondering last less, said How many people in the band eight people they do. Just about everything. Horns, strings, you name it, They do it all. I think they also we'll rotate your tires and wash out some delicate surgery on the city of the bamboos. Like tears in rain, and I must make a correction. I think that I don't know how the contract negotiations with the Reds. But this is Rick Schaeffer we've been playing on. I want to make sure that we don't do Rick any injustice. Because, yes, compromising pictures of me. We've been playing well place more off the city. It's a Rick Schaeffer hidden charms and I'm looking at the backs CD. I couldn't find the website less time around. Here it is. It's to rock music dot com. That's ta. R O c k music dot com. Check out Rick Rick Schaeffer and hidden Charms, and we'll play more of this. But in front of bamboos, that's John Carney, Sean Kearney and Alligator Boogaloo. Jack. That's at the old school. You're hanging out in a club two o'clock in the morning. And advance just taken off to three o'clock morning. Henry Grey, Lucky, Lucky Man on the bone conduction music show brand new stuff on a blind pig label. That's if it's 2011 at the handyman. If it's 2011 We'll take care of all your plumbing Your drywall, Electrical Your carpentry needs. 30 Years. Experience path. The handyman 7342601158 column today. Randy's barbecue around that Randy's barbecue a couple weeks ago, middle of Linda and we were strapping on the feed bag. 51726534842 beautiful drive out there to the Irish shows. He's on us. 12 and the Irish Shell's Got a big red barbecue train trailer kind of thing going on. I don't know what that is. I can't put my finger on it. But it's a train car. Whatever it is, it looks like something big and red. They cook meat in there and across the street is the Roadhouse. Get in and check it out. It's areas primitive, barbecued chicken, hickory smoked ribs. Randy's barbecue 5172653484. And of course, we needed your teeth claimed after a bunch of ribs or your bust went off on a chicken boat. You can get it all fixed up by Dr Michael Singleton. He's my dentist. He should be years Dr. Michael Singleton, DDS 108 or north on Arbor Street Insulin. Michigan, 7344297415 is the phone number. This is family dentistry You can trust with over 20 years of experience offering services and all there is of dentistry multiple ways to enhance that smile of yours. Dr. Michael Singleton Singleton smiles that camp. See who else we have here play about these people next time around. I want to dive back into it. This is this is a ghost song. So I want you ghost music. We'll look after lunch. Your hair stands straight up. You might look like next time me after he saw the ghost with his top hat busted up and down or a PT when he put his paws over his eyes, So I want you to Don't be scared because I'm with you. It's the bone conduction music. I was out on the West Coast. Trying to make a book on Things didn't work out. I was down on Mullah got tarred a Roman Coming around. So I started coming back east toward my hometown made a lot of miles first two days not figured I'd be home in a week. If my luck held out this way. But the third night I got stranded way out of town on a cold, lonely crossroads. Rain was pouring down. I was hungry and freezing done caught a chill when the lights of a big semi topped the hill. Lord, I sure was glad to hear them. Para breaks Come on, and I climbed in that cab. I knew it'd be one at the wheel set a big man you weighed about 2 10. He stuck out his hand and said with a grin. Big Joe's the name totally mine. And he said the name of my rig is Phantom three owner last King. Why Cole. He's reached such a name, he said. On this old Mac and put him all ashamed wearing a driver or a rig a running any life that's seen nothing but tail lights from Phantom really Way Road talk better part of the night when the lights of a truck stop came inside. He said. I'm sorry, Shawn. This is far as you go push. I gotta make a turn just on a road when he tossed me a dime as you hold her in low. And said, Have yourself a hot tub on old Joe. When Joanie's rig roared out into the night in nothing flat, clean outta sight. Well, I went in shot in order to me and told the waiter Big Joe was set me up a wall. You could've heard a pin drop. It got deathly quiet on the waiter's face turned kinda. Did I say something wrong? I said with a halfway grin. He should know all this happens every now and then. Every driver in your nose, big job. Let me tell you what happened 10 years ago at a crossroads tonight where you flagged him down. There was a busload of kids coming from town and they were right in the middle. When Joe topped the hill. It could have been slaughter, but he turned his weak. Well, Joe lost control went into a skid gave his life to save That bunch of kids at that crossroads was the end of a lot. Joey Phantom three owner, But every now and then some Hikaru will come by. And like you, Big Jule Mariah here have another And forget about keep it. It's.

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"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Come on, Big man up on the run. Wait. Wait. Wait. Just say hell, yes Generation the bone conduction music. With you. Would you? You don't want me. When you're cold. Deal. When you come, you'll win. Oh, You know you You know? Henry Grey. I'll tell you that.

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Can't always uses the same piano. Or he has a special piano tuner that follows him around and make sure it was just just a hair out of tune sounds likea Byron Piano over that cat plays. I've seen him live. Some of the Blues inherit his fist many moons ago, but the piano always has the same tone hits get used to play with hollow. Wolfe used to play with Omar James Syria's with My pal Sean Carney. Ah, Wei call stuff. Blues won't let me take my rest, man. Ain't that always the case? Uh, this is called blues for the carrying get over to the website. Blue Blues for occur. Care blues for a cure dot org's And trying to cure cancer. They've got a ton of really cool artist son here, Sean, Slip me two CDs. Henry Grey is one of my all time favorites. We gravitated to him first, but we're checking out the entire collection of tunes here. On the bone conduction music show. In front of that We checked out a really cool check. Imelda May she's every 17 year old boys. Midnight dream. When you see this chick that's wild about my loving and we're going to hear more from her to the bamboos. Brand new stuff from the bamboos. Lordy have mercy. Brand new stuff from bamboos. That Chick's name is Kylie all dissed, and these guys went back and covered every funk. Kind of Motown sixties pop tune genre groove, You can possibly get your hands around. That's one called Never be the girl. Kim Wilson kicked it off with high time he mentioned doing the crawl in there. We're going to be hearing the crawl. That's an old Lonnie. I think it's Lonnie Brooks tune from down in Louisiana Way back when I don't know if I have the original check around here, but I've got the fabulous Thunderbirds cover of the crawl into soup. They're talking about here on the bone conduction music shop. There are next. Thank you for bringing it by by the way, we're going to hear more from Imelda May Just a minute she's teamed up with Jeff Beck. It's Ah, It's ah, Les Paul tribute. It took place at the, uh, the was really, um, the iridium room. I think it is. That's a club that Les Paul used to play in every Tuesday night. And one of my great regrets in life is I didn't make the pilgrimage to see him on a Tuesday night before less so Took off to a reside in the comfortable and warm arms of Jesus. Too bad less is gone, but I'll tell you, Jeff Becks on top of it. He went into the original record of the CD I want. Thank handsome all for big contributor there. And we're going to hear that just a bit here. First of all, I should tell you that this program was made possible that he's not going to come in here and do this. Isa Littlefield. Sons Furniture service to 51 Jackson Plaza, Driving the People's Republic of Ann Arbor, 734668170..

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"henry gray" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"It's your chance to ask questions, and then we'll see what we can come up with. And David Alan Lambert is back. The chief geologist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society in American ancestors dot or GE. And David Aaron writes from Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota. And says guys, I'm new genealogy and I live in a house that was built in 18 75. Is there some way for me to learn about who lived here and the history of the home? David, you've done stuff like this. Oh, yeah. I mean, I live in the house was built in the 18 nineties and I wanted to know was final balls in the backyard. I wanted to know who put that trash there. Not that I wanted to give him grief. I wanted to know who they were. I started basically by looking at the family deed because told me who we purchased it from. And then I went to the registry of deeds as I would advise our listener too. And then backwards, trace your own property. So you have on your deed. I will say this is the same property has conveyed to the grand Tour the person that you bought it from. On a date, maybe a volume page. So just look up that deed and continually go back and back. The one thing you have to be a little concerned about is that the property itself. Is going to be dated, but it may just say buildings on probably see me not planned exactly the year your houses built or confirm it. At least now There's other things. You can do It me there's obviously with genealogy. You now get some of these names from the deeds, the nationalistic kids so that the census records right goto local historical societies and see if they have old photographs of the neighborhood or even the house, especially since it's an older house. You might want to research the local vital records find where the people who lived in your house. Maybe there's a nearby cemetery and they're buried there. Or who knows even you buried in your backyard. One thought to David and I've done this before with great success, and that is go to a newspaper digitized newspaper site and just put in the address and the town and see what stories come up about things that happened at that address. That's true, and just keep in mind that he ever Number of crew may have guns. So all of a sudden if it doesn't make sense, just see with the local historical society or maybe the town assessor's office if they ever remember the street. But I would say that there would be really easy to take this project on involved. The whole family increase the genealogy of your home said Now what did you find out about your house? Dave? I mean, it's pretty old. It's like you say, your family hasn't owned it the entire time, have they No, In fact, on the record of the town that says My house was built in 1917. Truth of it was built in 18 97. I've even found newspaper articles like you're saying that talk about the house being built. They talked about who built it, and where they came from, I know was built by to Nova Scotia carpenters up with the Newton, Massachusetts named Robertson and Simpson. I know that in 1930 for the property was then on for 25 years by a Dr Charles Henry Grey. He was a doctor in Cambridge and went to Harvard University on the first car in the city of Cambridge. And about here during the influenza epidemic and live in my house and then eventually bought it. And when did your family get it? 1965 1965. So you're now that he's been in there 55 years. Wow. Yet for generations have lived here for my Children's great grandparent's right down to my kids. That's a great history and you've been able to find all that and put all that together. And what about the stuff you found in the backyard? What was back there? It was a medical doctor. Probably a lot more medical elation you probably here to think of from the 19 twenties medicine bottles probably afoot. Pick some of them broken, but some of them quite hole in some of them still with courts in them with the medicine in them, so A nearby stream is probably not the safest thing in the world, but I'm sure it's not a mass cleanup side, either. Oh, boy, All right, thanks so much here and for the question..

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"henry gray" Discussed on How Many Podcast

How Many Podcast

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on How Many Podcast

"Nation Leeann Paul. He's. Country Music's or How about Lynn Cohen Actress Law, and order sex in the city and. The name does not sound familiar. She certainly had a long career as a character actress, but I don't see anything that stands out to me Gary. Any thoughts on link I'm I think I'm GonNa Josie. On this one I'm not seeing no out all right next one will be caroline. flack was an English television and radio person. She was on like the British. Versions of the x factor in love, island. Included her is because I saw on social media. There was a lot of her. If you guys aren't familiar, now climb. Picture and don't recognize. Roberta or GTS PHOTO About Kelly Nakahara. Was An actress on Mash nurse, Kelly. Kelly is enough to get her in. I because I love Bash and I immediately recognized her. I would say yes bob. Signal Gary Yeah now. How about Charles Portis author, he wrote. True Grit Norwood Clinton's dead. Pretty big so I was not familiar with the name, but that's a pretty strong resume. True Grid is. Of My all time, favorite movies, that's pretty strong. Yeah, I'm GONNA, say. All right I mean tributes, the only hit, but Y- I'll go ahead and count. You said earlier. One of the things that you want to know is was the book turned into a movie? To yes. Movies. How `Bout Janet Dubois Good Times. And she sang the Jeffersons theme song. Just again. Now. So before that I would say yes. You're guessing you. Yes, we'll make it unanimous. Yes. How about Henry Gray American? Hall of Fame Blues Pianist and singer. Is anybody familiar with Henry Gray? New earlier this year, right, we had a couple of people join me and we talked about musicians. We have lost this year because we have lost a lot of musicians. And that was someone we mentioned, but none of us had a strong knowledge of his is work so now. I would say no now this next one I wish. We have Marcos because he would probably be the only one that knows this person's work pop smoke. Rapper. Are you familiar with smoke? Yeah, I doubt, know right not not in our demographic, unfortunately Justin's little brother. Now, this one is probably only famous for his TV commercials size sperling. Catch man or the hair club for men. He's not just the president. He's also the client and remember I'm not only the hip for president. I also client I would say yes. I think a lot of people know him. He's pretty instantly recognizable. I would count them. Yeah I think so Jerry. All the people with hair know who he is I was. GonNa. Say this is a bad time to be asking you this clearly. Clearly, Jerry is not accorded all right the next one, I think I'm the only one that's going to want to include this, but I'm but I'm not gonNA. Use It exemption Kazuhiro. Sue Hashimoto video game programmer, the only reason I'm including him is because he is the inventor of the Konami code which was big in eighties, video game culture. It was the code that you would put in the Nintendo to get the extra lives. xactly see. Like me on regular Nintendo and Sega Genesis Super Nintendo and you probably know this name. Sadly, he died today. The famed Code Creator up up down down left, right left, right va start for many games out. There guy's a wizard Hossam motto as died today. He will be missed. He will always be remembered for his great codes. That yelp does eighties. Kids get through these difficult games and have a lot more fun and and a lot more playtime on our Nintendo I would say yes, but it's more for sentimental in the Saudi reasons. Gary sounds like you know. It's pretty significant. I'll. S and you know what junior because of you? You've convinced me, yes. You make a unanimous. When you said the name I thought it was Thomas Nobis, lab, assistant, but I will count it science. Science. Joke Colombey American entrepreneur and the founder of trader. Joe's I say no main trader Joe's is a big deal. Would it be better if the venture of Kroger and Albertsons died with? That being A. Person? Eight, the guy all right this next. One I think we'll count. How about James Lipton? We're going into march by the way, yes, James Lipton the host of inside the actors studio has died after a battle with bladder cancer. He was ninety three years old. Lipton was best known for hosting inside the Actors Studio where he interviewed stars like Tom Hanks, George Clooney Amy Adams. Matthew mcconaughey, Bradley Cooper, and more about their rise to stardom Lipton was also a TV producer and writer worked on Broadway and wrote several books. He was an actor to appearing on shows like the guiding light and arrested development inside the actors studio. Inside! The actors casket. So he'll be a yes out Jack Welsh executive in the CEO Elon Role, electric yeah and I think he was a big punchline on Letterman, right? Letterman hated him RCA. Yesterday was taken over merged. They're calling it a merger. It was one of those gun to the head mergers latest. By the friendly folks at GE whose slogan of courses we bring good things to life. He's a huge guy in like business culture. The Lee Iacocca of Electricity Right? Yeah, pretty much I would. Absolutely I'll be voted on I. don't Care Anybody this big in corporate cultures out. I'll count him. I'll give it a guess. The next one I think is a no brainer to how about Max von See Dow actor. Six. Yes, his best role is probably the exorcist priest, or maybe the three eyed raven yet, and he was the bad guy. In three days of the COM-, using game of thrones tasted a lot meridian, thousand fifty eight. Ingmar Bergman spoke about the young Max from sadove in enthusiastic terms. He told a French journalist. Max is wonderful. Father! Jesus Christ. Comes signed that fallen tyler to the flame. After the aspects and tidal waves, they will be quite the human beings. This year range of on does carry acting has been prodigious over more than sixty seconds now smack. Swansea approved the first Swedish male actor become a truly international. The next one again is another sentimental, nostalgic one. The Great Johnny Yune. South Korean actor. They call me. Bruce walked like. De talked like him Jimmy My. Mama yet down. Even. Wanted to be. Just like sleeping. American hero. Bruce there was two of them. It was they call me Bruce and they still call me Bruce hilarious mummies. Those movies were big staples on HBO. Which is why probably himself familiar with them I'm very familiar with the movies, but I never would have.

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"henry gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For new Yorkers as well as people everywhere right now one of the many missed activities lost during social distancing is sitting down at a favorite restaurant or bar and ordering that favorite dish or drink and while there is of course delivery shoveling food out of a plastic container that you have just disinfected this is not quite the same as the experience of enjoying it right then and there during the pandemic restaurants and bars have tried all sorts of ways to keep their businesses running like increasing their delivery output producing milk some are turning themselves into makeshift grocery stores but the fifty thousand restaurants and bars in New York state alone with more than half of those in the city alone in a work force which comprises nine percent of the state's total employment have been hit so hard as I don't have to tell you who work in the business we've been talking about on many segments already now at some point in the future we will eventually be able to enjoy once again as customers or as workers the experience of in person dining the question is how so joining us now to discuss some ways that restaurants can reopen as social distancing restrictions are gradually lifted and remain gradually is Henry gray bar staff writer at slate his latest article is called close the roads reclaim the parking lights put restaurants outside that of course is just one tool hi Henry welcome to WNYC hi Brian thanks for having me and listeners we're gonna open the phone straight away on this for anybody who's a restaurant owner or manager or works in a restaurant with your plans how do you think restaurants can or should reopen when the time comes the time is coming in some other parts of the country today obviously not in New York and New Jersey but what will you be able to do as you tiptoe back in or what do you hear from anybody else in the business elsewhere who is tiptoeing back in one of the ways one of the house in this six four six four three five seventy to eighty is our phone number six four.

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"henry gray" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"C. Chang tomorrow is the first day of April which for a lot of people means rent today tens of millions of people in America rent their homes but mass layoffs means no paycheck for many and no paycheck means no rent and when it comes to commercial rent restaurants and other retailers have seen the revenues effectively frozen Henry gray bar has been looking into what that means for renters and landlords he's a staff writer for slate and joins us now welcome thanks for having me someone is there with the big question do we have any idea what's gonna be happening tomorrow now we have no idea we know that there are forty four million renter households in the United States they something between twenty and forty billion dollars in rent there's at least that much owed in commercial rents including restaurants retail and offices and we have no idea who's going to pay we don't know that most people are gonna pay minority people will pay etcetera we we have to assume that most people still have the money to pay rent because most people still have jobs but we also know that we've seen a wave of layoffs that is just broken every previous record since we've been keeping track and in particular workers in the service sector who might have been more vulnerable to economic shocks in the first place may not have the money to pay rent well last week we saw the federal government pass this two trillion dollar economic relief bill what does that do specifically for renters well there's two things in there there's first of all there's the cash payments right we know that every American making under a certain amount of money is going to be getting a twelve hundred dollar check in the mail unemployment insurance has been fortified so there is money on the way but it's not here yet the other thing the stimulus bill does is it protects many tenants from eviction although it's not clear who which tenants are covered by that it depends on the kind of mortgage okay Hey so that prevents landlords for certain types of mortgages from the victim tenants how do you know what type of loan your landlord has so that's a great question I don't know how tenants are going to be able to access that information and that speaks to the general lack of preparation on the part of politicians for what residential tenants are exposed to do if they're not able to pay their rent there is basically a patchwork of laws set up across cities and states including the federal bill that offers some degree of protection from evictions but it's not always clear whether you are going to be covered or not so is there any recourse if you think you're getting wrongfully evicted in the next couple months while many states and cities have positive actions so the hope is that in places like New York and San Francisco and Chicago and Philadelphia that have been shut down now for for days if not weeks because of the corona virus that there will be no evictions on April first the eviction courts are closed what this doesn't do is it doesn't oppose any kind of repayment plan let alone forgiveness and and so the question is what city's government checks arrive in two months is that going to be enough money to cover the background what if it's not enough money to cover the background what can this do that do we see a wave of evictions when July first comes around okay we've been talking a lot about housing so far but how is this dilemma playing out in commercial real estate well so far one of the funny things about this is that day the April rent strike has basically been led by venerable left wing institutions like subway sandwiches and the cheesecake factory each of which has said that they may or will not pay rent this coming month now commercial manager in a funny place because they may be uniquely exposed to this they may also be thinking that if we are entering a major recession where businesses don't come back overnight then it might be better to take a hair cut in the short term and have tenants in the long term than trying to get everybody out now and get stuck with a bunch of empty storefronts for months and months okay so it looks like there's a lot that we don't know about what's gonna be happening in the next few months but what should be happening right now to mitigate these issues issues like perhaps some people not being able to pay rent for months to come I think the best hope is that you get progressive legislators at the city and state level basically agreed to pass some sort of rent forgiveness bill and it says if you've been severely affected in your income has been severely curtailed by the corona virus then you don't have to pay rent now of course that pushes the problem up the food chain a little bit but at the very least then the dispute becomes one between landlords and banks rather than between tenants and landlords and I think that that is probably the best solution in the long run because we can keep people in their homes and the most important thing here is to avoid a mass eviction and homelessness crisis at the end of this Henry crowbar is a staff writer for slate thank you very much for joining us today my pleasure let's turn overseas now as the pandemic spreads people in some countries are too afraid of being deported to seek medical help this is a concern all over the world it is particularly acute in Lebanon and here's Alice Fordham reports there are more than a million Syrian refugees there many with expired paperwork to get an idea of how Syrian refugees are getting on in Lebanon we call a woman who lives in an informal count that much sixteen fifteen medical sixty ten in rows of five barely any space between each tent Murphy my astrology is is that if they are moved to gas regular hand washing isn't an option we're speaking with Mostafa over most of his mom we don't use her real name because she's afraid of the government in Damascus her husband disappeared on a trip back to Syria presumably arrested by government forces she's horrified by the idea of being sent back the days that I had not met the new guy so didn't she says I would never agree to contract until every Syrian and Lebanon have come back fast the overstretch Lebanese government says there about one and a half million Syrian refugees in Lebanon they deported thousands last year as well as demolishing shelters on cracking down on working without authorization according to Human Rights Watch this means people who suspect they might have the virus all afraid says Mohammed Talib who works for the charity Boston's a tuna we might seek help and they might get the help but after that no one knows what will happen with that they will return it the will force them to return to Syria because they're undocumented he says the refugees he works with feel conflicted they are in constant fear and confusion because they might have some homes and they're too afraid to reach out it's an issue concerning advocates for undocumented people and refugees around the world here in Lebanon the United Nations refugee agency strongly denies any refugee would face scrutiny of the status while seeking testing or treatment his spokeswoman Lisa apple Hallett we're always repeating to refugees that they should not be any obstacle to reaching out to you and H. C. R. or the ministry of public had its day but they're showing symptoms and if they would like to seek support for testing or medical treatment a spokesman for the Lebanese security forces general Nabil Hanoun said in a text message to NPR that knows Syrians seeking treatment would be sent back to Syria refugees like anyone can now call an ambulance to get testing and treatment which would gotten through check points they normally fair at the check that's what I'm going to quit okay everyone here has outdated residencies and papers that aren't up to date on most of us as but if she thinks people should and will seek help because your health is more important and papers more important than the thing in the world Alice Fordham and peonies favorite this is NPR news it's five twenty nine I'm Lisa Ladin inviting you to stay with us for market place that's next then the world at six o'clock health officials in seven bay area jurisdictions officially extended a previous stay at home order through may third according to the Santa Clara county emergency operations center there's been a significant increase in the number of cases in the region which is beginning to strain health care resources according to the Monterey county health department there are forty confirm cobit nineteen cases among moderate county residents at this.

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"Dot org and from the listeners of eighty eight point five KQ weedy San Francisco an eighty nine point three KQ we I north highland Sacramento it's five twenty one this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Elsa Chang tomorrow is the first day of April which for a lot of people means rent today tens of millions of people in America rent their homes but mass layoffs means no paycheck for many and no paycheck means no rent and when it comes to commercial rent restaurants and other retailers have seen the revenues effectively frozen Henry gray bar has been looking into what that means for renters and landlords he's a staff writer for slate and joins us now welcome thanks for having me so what is it with the big question do we have any idea what's gonna be happening tomorrow now we have no idea we know that there are forty four million renter households in the United States they something between twenty and forty billion dollars in rent there's at least that much in commercial rents including restaurants retail and offices and we have no idea who's going to pay we don't know that most people are gonna pay minority people will pay etcetera we we have to assume that most people still have the money to pay rent because most people still have jobs but we also know that we've seen a wave of layoffs that is just broken every previous record since we've been keeping track and in particular workers in the service sector who might have been more vulnerable to economic shocks in the first place may not have the money to pay rent well last week we saw the federal government pass this two trillion dollar economic relief bill what does that do specifically for renters well there's two things in there there's first of all there's the cash payments right we know that every American making under a certain amount of money is going to be getting a twelve hundred dollar check in the mail unemployment insurance has been fortified so there is money on the way but it's not here yet the other thing the stimulus bill does is it protects many tenants from eviction although it's not clear who which tenants are covered by that it depends on the kind of mortgage okay so that prevents landlords for certain types of mortgages from the victim tenants how do you know what type of loan your landlord has so that's a great question I don't know how tenants are going to be able to access that information and that speaks to the general lack of preparation on the part of politicians for what a residential tenants are supposed to do if they're not able to pay their rent there is basically a patchwork of laws set up across cities and states including the federal bill that offers some degree of protection from evictions but it's not always clear whether you are going to be covered or not so is there any recourse if you think you're getting wrongfully evicted in the next couple months while many states and cities have positive actions so the hope is that in places like New York and San Francisco and Chicago and Philadelphia that have been shut down now for for days if not weeks because of the corona virus that there will be no evictions on April first the eviction courts are closed with this doesn't do is it doesn't oppose any kind of repayment plan let alone forgiveness and and so the question is what city's government checks arrive in two months is that going to be enough money to cover the background what if it's not enough money to cover the background what he can do that do we see a wave of evictions when July first comes around okay we've been talking a lot about housing so far but how is this dilemma playing out in commercial real estate well so far one of the funny things about this is that day the April rent strike has basically been led by venerable left wing institutions like subway sandwiches and the cheesecake factory each of which has said that they may or will not pay rent this coming month now commercial landlords are in a funny place because they may be uniquely exposed to this they may also be thinking that if we are entering a major recession where businesses don't come back overnight then it might be better to take a hair cut in the short term and have tenants in the long term than trying to get everybody out now and get stuck with a bunch of empty storefronts for months and months okay so it looks like there's a lot that we don't know about what's gonna be happening in the next few months but what should be happening right now to mitigate these issues issues like perhaps some people not being able to pay rent for months to come I think the best hope is that you get progressive legislators at the city and state level who basically agreed to pass some sort of rent forgiveness bill and it says if you've been severely affected in your income has been severely curtailed by the corona virus then you don't have to pay rent now of course that pushes the problem up the food chain a little bit but at the very least then the dispute becomes one between landlords and banks rather than between tenants and landlords and I think that that is probably the best solution in the long run because we can keep people in their homes and the most important thing here is to avoid a mass eviction and homelessness crisis at the end of this Henry gravar is a staff writer for slate thank you very much for joining us today my pleasure let's turn overseas now as the pandemic spreads people in some countries are too afraid of being deported to seek medical help this is a concern all over the world it is particularly acute in Lebanon and here's Alice Fordham reports there are more than a million Syrian refugees there are many was expired paperwork to get an idea of how Syrian refugees are getting on in Lebanon we call a woman who lives in an informal camp and it's not much of a medical sixty ten in rows of five valley and the space between each tent not to my knowledge is is that they are regular hand washing isn't an option we're speaking with Mostafa over most of his mom we don't use her real name because she's afraid of the government in Damascus her husband disappeared on a trip back to Syria presumably arrested by government forces she's horrified by the idea of being sent back that that is that I had not met the new guy so didn't she says I would never increase until every Syrian and Lebanon have come back fast the overstretch Lebanese government says there are about one and a half million Syrian refugees in Lebanon they deported thousands last year as well as demolishing shelters I'm cracking down on working without authorization according to Human Rights Watch this means people who suspect they might have the virus are afraid says Mohammed Talib who works for the charity Boston's a tuna they might seek help and then let's get that held but after that no one knows what will happen whether they will return to the will force them to return to Syria because they're undocumented he says the refugees he works with feel conflicted there are constant the fear and confusion because they might have some homes and they're too afraid to reach out it's an issue concerning advocates for undocumented people and refugees around the world here in Lebanon the United Nations refugee agency strongly denies any refugee would face scrutiny of their status while seeking testing or treatment his spokeswoman Lisa apple Hallett we're always repeating to refugees that they should not be any obstacle to reaching out to you and H. C. R. or the ministry of public health if they feel that they're showing symptoms and if they would like to seek support for testing or a medical treatment a spokesman for the Lebanese security forces general Nabil Hanoun said in a text message to NPR that knows Syrians seeking treatment would be sent back to Syria refugees like anyone can now call an ambulance to get testing and treatment which would gotten through check points they normally fare a lot of political okay everyone here has outdated residencies and papers that aren't up to date on most of the size but if she thinks people should and will seek help because your health is more important and papers more important than anything in the world Alice Fordham and peonies favorite this is NPR news thank you with the traffic.

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"henry gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Goals learn more at the right question dot org this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Elsa Chang tomorrow is the first day of April which for a lot of people means rent today tens of millions of people in America rent their homes but mass layoffs means no paycheck for many and no paycheck means no rent and when it comes to commercial rent restaurants and other retailers have seen the revenues effectively frozen Henry gray bar has been looking into what that means for renters and landlords he's a staff writer for slate and joins us now welcome thanks for having me someone is there with the big question do we have any idea what's gonna be happening tomorrow now we have no idea we know that there are forty four million renter households in the United States they something between twenty and forty billion dollars in rent there's at least that much in commercial rents including restaurants retail and offices and we have no idea who's going to pay we don't know that most people are gonna pay minority people will pay etcetera we we have to assume that most people still have the money to pay rent because most people still have jobs but we also know that we've seen a wave of layoffs that is just broken every previous record since we've been keeping track and in particular workers in the service sector who might have been more vulnerable to economic shocks in the first place may not have the money to pay rent well last week we saw the federal government pass this two trillion dollar economic relief bill what does that do specifically for renters well there's two things in there there's first of all there's the cash payments right we know that every American making under a certain amount of money is going to be getting a twelve hundred dollar check in the mail unemployment insurance has been fortified so there is money on the way but it's not here yet the other thing the stimulus bill does is it protects many tenants from eviction although it's not clear who which tenants are covered by that it depends on the kind of mortgage okay so that prevents landlords for certain types of mortgages from the victim tenants how do you know what type of loan your landlord has so that's a great question I don't know how tenants are going to be able to access that information and that speaks to the general lack of preparation on the part of politicians for what a residential tenants are supposed to do if they're not able to pay their rent there is basically a patchwork of laws set up across cities and states including this federal bill that offers some degree of protection from evictions but it's not always clear whether you are going to be covered or not so is there any recourse if you think you're getting wrongfully evicted in the next couple months while many states and cities have positive actions so the hope is that in places like New York and San Francisco and Chicago and Philadelphia that have been shut down now for for days if not weeks because of the corona virus that there will be no evictions on April first the eviction courts are closed what this doesn't do is it doesn't oppose any kind of repayment plan let alone forgiveness and and so the question is let's say these government checks arrive in two months is that going to be enough money to cover the background what if it's not enough money to cover the background what can this do that do we see a wave of evictions when July first comes around okay we've been talking a lot about housing so far but how is this dilemma playing out in commercial real estate well so far one of the funny things about this is that the the April rent strike has basically been led by venerable left wing institutions like subway sandwiches and the cheesecake factory each of which has said that they may or will not pay rent this coming month now commercial landlords are in a funny place because they may be uniquely exposed to this they may also be thinking that if we are entering a major recession where businesses don't come back overnight then it might be better to take a hair cut in the short term and have tenants in the long term than trying to get everybody out now and get stuck with a bunch of empty storefronts for months and months okay so it looks like there's a lot that we don't know about what's gonna be happening in the next few months but what should be happening right now to mitigate these issues issues like perhaps some people not being able to pay rent for months to come I think the best hope is that you get progressive legislators at the city and state level basically agreed to pass some sort of rent forgiveness bill and it says if you've been severely affected in your income has been severely curtailed by the corona virus then you don't have to pay rent now of course that pushes the problem up the food chain a little bit but at the very least then the dispute becomes one between landlords and banks rather than between tenants and landlords and I think that that is probably the best solution in the long run because we can keep people in their homes and the most important thing here is to avoid a mass eviction and homelessness crisis at the end of this Henry crowbar is a staff writer for slate thank you very much for joining us today my pleasure let's turn overseas now as the pandemic spreads people in some countries are too afraid of being deported to seek medical help this is a concern all over the world it is particularly acute in Lebanon and here's Alice Fordham reports there are more than a million Syrian refugees there are many with expired paperwork to get an idea of how Syrian refugees are getting on in Lebanon we call a woman who lives in an informal count added that much it did Fannie course sixty ten in rows of five barely any space between each tent you might ask is is that they are water gas regular hand washing isn't an option we're speaking with Mostafa over most of his mom we don't use her real name because she's afraid of the government in Damascus her husband disappeared on a trip back to Syria presumably arrested by government forces she's horrified by the idea of being sent back the days that I had not met the new guy should even exist as I would never agree to contract until every Syrian and Lebanon have come back fast the over stretched Lebanese government says there about one and a half million Syrian refugees in Lebanon they deported thousands last year as well as demolishing shelters I'm cracking down on working without authorization according to Human Rights Watch this means people who suspect they might have the virus are afraid says Mohammed Talib who works for the charity Boston's a tuna they might seek held but they might get the help but after that no one knows what will happen with it they will return to the will force them to return to Syria because they're undocumented he says the refugees he works with feel conflicted there are constant the fear and confusion because they might have some homes and they're too afraid to reach out it's an issue concerning advocates for undocumented people and refugees around the world here in Lebanon the United Nations refugee agency strongly denies any refugee would face scrutiny of their status while seeking testing or treatment his spokeswoman Lisa apple highland we're always repeating to refugees that they should not be any obstacle to reaching out to you and H. C. R. or the ministry of public health if they feel that they're showing symptoms and if they would like to seek support for testing or medical treatment a spokesman for the Lebanese security forces general Nabil Hanoun said in a text message to NPR that knows Syrians seeking treatment would be sent back to Syria refugees like anyone can now call an ambulance to get testing and treatment which we've gotten through checkpoints and normally fair at the check that's not a political okay everyone here has outdated residencies and papers that aren't up to date on most of us as but if she thinks people should and will seek help because your health is more important and papers more important than anything in the world Alice Fordham and peonies.

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"henry gray" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on KCRW

"Dot com slash trivia and enjoy the game good luck coming up on All Things Considered out of the break rent is due tomorrow April first for millions of Americans many of whom are out of work reporter from slate magazine will be on to talk about what might happen if they can't pay no April fools for sure also ahead Syrian refugees in Lebanon who number more than one million are afraid to come forward for corona virus testing or treatment they say they fear they could be deported they're concerned that the Lebanese government would send them back to Syria will talk more about that as well something to look out for here downtown LA one oh one south on this at the one ten some guardrail repair going on in traffic backed up down to about Silver Lake Boulevard it's three twenty this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm L. C. Chang tomorrow is the first day of April which for a lot of people means rent today tens of millions of people in America rent their homes but mass layoffs means no paycheck for many and no paycheck means no rent and when it comes to commercial rent restaurants and other retailers have seen the revenues effectively frozen Henry gray bar has been looking into what that means for renters and landlords he's a staff writer for slate and joins us now welcome thanks for having me someone is there with the big question do we have any idea what's gonna be happening tomorrow now we have no idea we know that there are forty four million renter households in the United States they something between twenty and forty billion dollars in rent there's at least that much in commercial rents including restaurants retail and offices and we have no idea who's going to pay we don't know that most people are gonna pay minority people will pay etcetera we we have to assume that most people still have the money to pay rent because most people still have jobs but we also know that we've seen a wave of layoffs that is just broken every previous record since we've been keeping track and in particular workers in the service sector who might have been more vulnerable to economic shocks in the first place may not have the money to pay rent well last week we saw the federal government pass this two trillion dollar economic relief bill what is that do specifically for renters well there's two things in there there's first of all there's the cash payments right we know that every American making under a certain amount of money is going to be getting a twelve hundred dollar check in the mail unemployment insurance has been fortified so there is money on the way but it's not here yet the other thing the stimulus bill does is it protects many tenants from eviction although it's not clear who which tenants are covered by that it depends on the kind of mortgage okay so that prevents landlords for certain types of mortgages from evicting tenants how do you know what type of loan your landlord has so that's a great question I don't know how tenants are going to be able to access that information and that speaks to the general lack of preparation on the part of politicians for what a residential tenants are supposed to do if they're not able to pay their rent there is basically a patchwork of laws set up across cities and states including the federal bill that offers some degree of protection from evictions but it's not always clear whether you are going to be covered or not so is there any recourse if you think you're getting wrongfully evicted in the next couple months while many states and cities have positive actions so the hope is that in places like New York and San Francisco and Chicago and Philadelphia that have been shut down now for for days if not weeks because of the corona virus that there will be no evictions on April first the eviction courts are closed with this doesn't do is it doesn't oppose any kind of repayment plan let alone forgiveness and and so the question is what city's government checks arrive in two months is that going to be enough money to cover the background what if it's not enough money to cover the background what can this do that do we see a wave of evictions when July first comes around okay we've been talking a lot about housing so far but how is this dilemma playing out in commercial real estate well so far one of the funny things about this is that the the April rent strike has basically been led by venerable left wing institutions like subway sandwiches and the cheesecake factory each of which has said that they may or will not pay rent this coming month now commercial landlords are in a funny place because they may be uniquely exposed to this they may also be thinking that if we are entering a major recession where businesses don't come back overnight then it might be better to take a hair cut in the short term and have tenants in the long term than trying to get everybody out now and get stuck with a bunch of empty storefronts for months and months okay so it looks like there's a lot that we don't know about what's gonna be happening in the next few months but what should be happening right now to mitigate these issues issues like perhaps some people not being able to pay rent for months to come I think the best hope is that you get progressive legislators at the city and state level who basically agreed to pass some sort of rent forgiveness bill and it says if you've been severely affected in your income has been severely curtailed by the corona virus then you don't have to pay rent now of course that pushes the problem up the food chain a little bit but at the very least then the dispute becomes one between landlords and banks rather than between tenants and landlords and I think that that is probably the best solution in the long run because we can keep people in their homes and the most important thing here is to avoid a mass eviction and homelessness crisis at the end of this Henry crowbar is a staff writer for slate thank you very much for joining us today my pleasure let's turn overseas now as the pandemic spreads people in some countries are too afraid of being deported to seek medical help this is a concern all over the world it is particularly acute in Lebanon and here's Alice Fordham reports there are more than a million Syrian refugees there are many with expired paperwork to get an idea of how Syrian refugees are getting on in Lebanon we call a woman who lives in an informal count added that my sixtieth St Nicholas Ross sixty ten in rows of five barely any space between each tent Murphy my astrology is is that they are new to it yes regular hand washing isn't an option we're speaking with Mostafa over most of his mom we don't use her real name because she's afraid of the government in Damascus her husband disappeared on a trip back to Syria presumably arrested by government forces she's horrified by the idea of being sent back the days that I had not met the new guy so didn't she says I would never agree to contract until every Syrian and Lebanon have come back fast the overstretch Lebanese government says there about one and a half million Syrian refugees in Lebanon they deported thousands last year as well as demolishing shelters on cracking down on working without authorization according to Human Rights Watch this means people who suspect they might have the virus are afraid says Mohammed Talib who works for the charity Boston's a tuna they might seek help but they might get the help but after that no one knows what will happen with it they will return it they will force them to return to Syria because they're undocumented he says the refugees he works with feel conflicted there are constant the fear and confusion because they might have some rooms and they're too afraid to reach out it's an issue concerning advocates for undocumented people and refugees around the world here in Lebanon the United Nations refugee agency strongly denies any refugee would face scrutiny of their status while seeking testing or treatment his spokeswoman Lisa apple Hallett we're always repeating to refugees that they should not be any obstacle to reaching out to you and H. C. R. or the ministry of public health if they feel that they're showing symptoms and if they would like to seek support for testing or medical treatment a spokesman for the Lebanese security forces general Nabil Hanoun said in a text message to NPR that knows Syrians seeking treatment would be sent back to Syria refugees like anyone can now call an ambulance to get testing and treatment which we've gotten through check points they normally fair at the check out of political okay everyone here has outdated residencies and papers that aren't up to date on most of us as but if she thinks people should and will seek help because your health is more important and papers more important than the thing in the world Alice Fordham and peonies favorite this is NPR news KCRW thanks the Annenberg foundation featuring.

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"henry gray" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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08:31 min | 2 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Tomorrow is the first day of April which for a lot of people means rent today tens of millions of people in America rent their homes but mass layoffs means no paycheck for many and no paycheck means no rent and when it comes to commercial rent restaurants and other retailers have seen the revenues effectively frozen Henry gray bar has been looking into what that means for renters and landlords he's a staff writer for slate and joins us now welcome thanks for having me someone is there with the big question do we have any idea what's gonna be happening tomorrow now we have no idea we know that there are forty four million renter households in the United States they something between twenty and forty billion dollars in rent there's at least that much owed in commercial rents including restaurants retail and offices and we have no idea who's going to pay we don't know that most people are gonna pay minority people will pay etcetera we we have to assume that most people still have the money to pay rent because most people still have jobs but we also know that we've seen a wave of layoffs that is just broken every previous record since we've been keeping track and in particular workers in the service sector who might have been more vulnerable to economic shocks in the first place may not have the money to pay rent well last week we saw the federal government pass this two trillion dollar economic relief bill what does that do specifically for renters well there's two things in there there's first of all there's the cash payments right we know that every American making under a certain amount of money is going to be getting a twelve hundred dollar check in the mail unemployment insurance has been fortified so there is money on the way but it's not here yet the other thing the stimulus bill does is it protects many tenants from eviction although it's not clear who which tenants are covered by that it depends on the kind of mortgage okay a so that prevents landlords for certain types of mortgages from the victim tenants how do you know what type of loan your landlord has so that's a great question I don't know how tenants are going to be able to access that information and that speaks to the general lack of preparation on the part of politicians for what residential tenants are exposed to do if they're not able to pay their rent there is basically a patchwork of laws set up across cities and states including the federal bill that offers some degree of protection from evictions but it's not always clear whether you are going to be covered or not so is there any recourse if you think you're getting wrongfully evicted in the next couple months while many states and cities have positive actions so the hope is that in places like New York and San Francisco and Chicago and Philadelphia that have been shut down now for for days if not weeks because of the corona virus that there will be no evictions on April first the eviction courts are closed what this doesn't do is it doesn't oppose any kind of repayment plan let alone forgiveness and and so the question is what city's government checks arrive in two months is that going to be enough money to cover the background what if it's not enough money to cover the background what can this do that do we see a wave of evictions when July first comes around okay we've been talking a lot about housing so far but how is this dilemma playing out in commercial real estate well so far one of the funny things about this is that the the April rent strike has basically been led by venerable left wing institutions like subway sandwiches and the cheesecake factory each of which has said that they may or will not pay rent this coming month now commercial manager in a funny place because they may be uniquely exposed to this they may also be thinking that if we are entering a major recession where businesses don't come back overnight then it might be better to take a hair cut in the short term and have tenants in the long term than trying to get everybody out now and get stuck with a bunch of empty storefronts for months and months okay so it looks like there's a lot that we don't know about what's gonna be happening in the next few months but what should be happening right now to mitigate these issues issues like perhaps some people not being able to pay rent for months to come I think the best hope is that you get progressive legislators at the city and state level basically agreed to pass some sort of rent forgiveness bill and it says if you've been severely affected in your income has been severely curtailed by the corona virus then you don't have to pay rent now of course that pushes the problem up the food chain a little bit but at the very least then the dispute becomes one between landlords and banks rather than between tenants and landlords and I think that that is probably the best solution in the long run because we can keep people in their homes and the most important thing here is to avoid a mass eviction and homelessness crisis at the end of this Henry crowbar is a staff writer for slate thank you very much for joining us today my pleasure let's turn overseas now as the pandemic spreads people in some countries are too afraid of being deported to seek medical help this is a concern all over the world it is particularly acute in Lebanon and here's Alice Fordham reports there are more than a million Syrian refugees there are many was expired paperwork to get an idea of how Syrian refugees are getting on in Lebanon we call a woman who lives in an informal camp added that much sixteen fifteen medical sixty ten in rows of five barely any space between each tent Murphy my us and that is is that if they are moved to gas regular hand washing isn't an option we're speaking with Mostafa over most of his mom we don't use her real name because she's afraid of the government in Damascus her husband disappeared on a trip back to Syria presumably arrested by government forces she's horrified by the idea of being sent back the days that I had not met the new guy so David existence I would never agree to contract until every Syrian and Lebanon have come back fast the over stretched Lebanese government says there about one and a half million Syrian refugees in Lebanon they deported thousands last year as well as demolishing shelters on cracking down on working without authorization according to Human Rights Watch this means people who suspect they might have the virus all afraid to says Mohammed Talib who works for the charity Boston's a tuna we might seek help and they might get the help but after that no one knows what will happen with it they will return it the will force them to return to Syria because they're undocumented he says the refugees he works with feel conflicted they are in constant fear and confusion because they might have some homes and they're too afraid to reach out it's an issue concerning advocates for undocumented people and refugees around the world here in Lebanon the United Nations refugee agency strongly denies any refugee would face scrutiny of their status while seeking testing or treatment his spokeswoman Lisa apple highland we're always repeating to refugees that they should not be any obstacle to reaching out to you and H. C. R. or the ministry of public health if they feel that they're showing symptoms and if they would like to seek support for testing or medical treatment a spokesman for the Lebanese security forces general Nabil Hanoun said in a text message to NPR that knows Syrians seeking treatment would be sent back to Syria refugees like anyone can now call an ambulance to get testing and treatment which would gotten through check points they normally fair the check that's what I'm going to quit okay everyone here has outdated residencies and papers that aren't up to date on most of us as but if she thinks people should and will seek help because your health is more important and papers more important than the thing in the world Alice Fordham and peonies favorite this is NPR news probably one of the most popular products on the planet don't know why but in a factory in Maine workers hostel.

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"henry gray" Discussed on The Two Of Us

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"henry gray" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I came to it with a lightness that I think is suddenly was there and I thought maybe. That's what women in their fifties mean when they say I'm Gonna I'M GONNA like my fifties. I'm listening to what you're saying. How you saying that you feel like I've dealt with stuff before I can do it again? Yeah I almost coming. Yeah but I've got something in me. Yes these maybe it's just a function of dealing with bullshit enough enough to suddenly go. Actually oh I can do that like any other job. You know you you do a job repeat repetitively might worry about you know. I always worry that I'm a good teacher for example but I can't go below a certain level now. I've just done it too long. I suddenly realized this. You can't survive. You can't survive. You can't survive the the the storm you can survive the ocean you can survive all of the external things that that compromise. You will make you hurt you here. You're still here and still here the the little glove at the beginning. Sure okay little blurb at the beginning of real it's surreal quote. It's from anatomy of the human body by Henry Gray written in nineteen eighteen and it says the malaria ducts end in an appeal. Theo or membranous tissue elevate called the malaria eminence in the male fetus. The malaria ducts atrophy but traces are represented by the testes testes in the female fetus the malaria ducts undergo further development. The portions which lie in the genital core fused form the uterus vagina. The hyman represents the remains of the Malaria N- eminent in adult women. Malaria Eminence has no function. This is a quote from an enemy of the human body by Henry Gray. And I'm just GonNa read this House. We can talk about what the story is about later on. I'll read this. His Tuesday job was for a company that made industrial bleach. He liked best there despite the smell of ammonia his cart not shown and the teeth of his lady boss Sean and she looked into his face not through the back of his head and laughed loudly when he told her about the cracks in every one of his landladies China Cups. Is your country. Very Beautiful Cherue. She said he thought it very familiar of her to address him so he could see. She was made the same stuff as his mother's made very different from the finest skin of his father. She lifted the hair of her neck. which was something he thought she should only do near a man she new well nevertheless nodded politely? And when the boss lady left he went to the large Unisex toilet and scrubbed yellow and brown stains out of the bowls holds. His rubber gloves rolled all the way up his wrists and forearms when he backed out of the stall and turned around. There were three hymens on the floor. One of them was like a piece of thunder singing a dark song on rolling back and forth the Hyman of a woman in her fifties who got something called a good backhander when she talked too much and pinch on the waist when her opinions sounded more clever than her husband's the second reminded him of a teardrop when he lifted it to his face at field him with memories of a woman whose husband once I end the inside of her left thigh like a shirt the third one slipped him into the skin of a woman who had a happy life except she remembered walking home from school and the stranger who crept up behind her. Put his Honda Honda Skirt and clutched her vulva. Charro deal was so startled by the sudden feeling of invasion that he dropped her hymen in the soapdish in how to fish it out again. Two more hymens hung from the rolling towels like wind chimes twins. One raped one not but he knew the untouched. I sister stayed with the violated twin because she wished it had been her instead. He clutched the sink. He couldn't see his reflection because there was a spray of crystalline crystalline hymens across the mirror. It smaller than the last. He bent closer unrealized. It was only one after all exploded across the glass like a sneeze. The woman it belonged to had clouded her best friend's fiancee when he tried to hold her down. He hit her so hard in return. He made her deaf in one ear. She never told her best friend but she didn't go to her house anymore and that had caused problems between them. The blood from her ear had tinged hyman spray. A shy blush pink. Jared deal set about gathering them all absolutely stunning writing. This is my favorite spur in the book. Why is it your favorite story? I think his because it talks about female experience and it talks about talks about violence to it was a female body but also talks about this tenderness and he's like this invisible man almost and he he he makes this discovery Yes he really. Yes a story about a man who realizes the extent of abuse against and he never knew and he can't stand it makes him crazy. It makes me mad when he realizes how often how unrelenting how neely everybody it a me too story before me too as a me too story and it's because it's not hope from the women no from his observation association. I like doing that a lot. Like men talking for us. So what what was that story for you then trying to remember. Its it's genesis because some of these stories in this collection are older than others I often stories begin with an image in my head on. I don't know I just suddenly saw a jeweled hyman on the floor. Like what the Hell is that. What am I going to do with that what I do when not kind of idea comes as I then try not linked to something that irritates me or something that I think is important? You know you're trying to connect an image with meaning with mattering with the narrative. And so I. I started researching hymens and I knew a lot about himes because I knew I know a lot about the female body and genital and how it works but I didn't I didn't there was so much I didn't know and all of those myths about hymens and the fact that it's not some kind of one dimensional channel thin covering across the vagina that then breaks when the penis is introduced and then there is blood and then she is no longer a virgin. This is such crap wrap is such rubbish is all cultural is not true that actually hymens. I was very delighted given the mental image of the visual Hyman that hymens coming all kinds of shapes and sizes. They usually have holes in them so they look all of these different kinds of These different kinds of Images almost and and then I just thought about what if and it's a big what if but what if a man becomes conscious of the extent of women's abuse and what if every time woman is abused a tiny bit of her hymen drops out into the world and he somehow is developed the ability to collect them to see them so he sees hundreds of hymens all over over the place and every time he touches one of them it tells the story of an abused woman and not yes. Of course it's clearly off off art fetched and Magic Realism. But it works only because what we don't know and what I found out is that we always have bits of hymen left in our bodies all of us have bits of your home and left so we all do so the idea that we all as women share this thing we all and so that every single time a woman is violated. A tiny bit of falls away. I quite like that image. So Oh yeah. I don't know if I've answered your question. But that's that's what the genesis was. That's how it became a narrative. I I find it really moving. I think because they're rising is very clear. And that thing that what we're talking about the hybrid polity between the the Macho magic realism of the the weirdness of it the hymens but also the the reality of the extent of violence. I was the body that women in jail. Yeah which is. Don't surreal or magical and daily. I'm going to ask you a question which is just bearing off that because when Nellie and this tumor a couple of questions but this is a question I think I can ask And this is Ross. Get in terms of your writing or just in terms of you or both. Why is sex important? And what is the relationship between sex and mental health. All I know is this. I was curious about human sexuality very early which is a family joke. And I've said this in Publican and interviews as before it's an affectionate family joke that I started asking where babies come from very early and when sexuality is explained to me I just thought it was excellent idea India. This idea that to people as closest to people can be I just thought it was wonderful in a kind of visceral little girl kind of way. I was also given the gift of a really good sex education really open kind of artifacts liberal parents. who had you know? They were embarrassed in their own ways as I'm sure but both father mother and stepfather who told me lots both practically and emotionally about human sexuality as a result I have the gift of being utterly chill on the subject. I love my own human sexuality. I think sex is gorgeous. I actually don't think it has anything to do with the body. I think it is the closest thing I have to spirituality. 'cause I'm pretty agnostic but I get closest to any kind of sense of God in the context of Orgasm or fusion or connection I think it's important because it is. It is a way to be honest. You have to let go and be conscious us and be let go of shame even for a second. If you're going to orgasm and I think particularly for women it. It is such an opportunity to grab life to have partners male female or otherwise who we almost almost insist on being greedy with orgasm is greedy. It is about us in that second before we then might move back into fusion but the point is in that moment. You're so conscious herself. And so that's why I think it's important. It's I mean I could talk about it all day. It's something that fascinates me intellectually and physically Kellyanne emotionally. I think it's this real opportunity to be truthful and organic and real and I am deeply plead distressed that we still feel shame and guilt and anger and pain and embarrassment around this this visceral gift from the universe. It drives me crazy. It drives me crazy that we are still sharing misinformation. It drives me crazy. That men and women don't know how their bodies work drives me crazy that we can't just celebrate this shit. It's so good it brings us together so humanly it can be entirely anti capitalistic. Of course of course. You don't need no money. You just need time. I was talking to a friend of mine. Were mentioned. How about her girlfriend because he now accepted? You're writing course and I was like do my meals from questions about sites and she said well let's bins but we don't have any toys. Were bit more blue. Peter let's see what we've you've got to have. I looked she's quite like that anyway. No majors so to make things up with. What is an artist but I you know? That's it's the idea of sex as well intimacy and love and release and value and sharing. It doesn't have to cost the nothing. No also you know a very good enthused and a very good enthused and honest fuck is fine too. You know I don't want anyone anyone to leave this thinking. I'm only speaking about one way of having sex It it is one with why I write about it. I am so frustrated straighted th. This is a big deal. I mean only about twenty percent of my work has to do with explicit sexuality. Anyway I it's the thing I almost least write about and yet it's the thing most people identify me with and even that irritates me. I'm like little sex always goes a long way because we like. Oh my God you know. It's like seriously seriously it's one thousand nine hundred and we still have so much to unpack around sexuality now on one level that makes sense because there's so much to do with power and structural structural power. And you know we've got so much to learn human beings it makes perfect sense this this this intimate this most spiritual most complicated space should be co opted by are structures by our power structures. Yes that makes kind of sense. I just wish we'd move on. You know I I. I wish we'd move on. It's about factor. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think we're at the time for the famous last question. Yes but you saw with everything we've been talking about. You know I didn't really go through my My questions because a lot of your question the questions I the ski jumps at anyway and the source of us. This question was well but I just want it sort of all. Of course. I'm the question Smith as you know. Where is the love in your line? Yes friends always mean family. Yes yes but friends..

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"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Game and play some scattered foods. You want right here. Yeah. That's where I wanna be. That's where that's where you want to be too. That's where you want to be too. That's music with an IQ above one seventy five Jimmy soul. This is the canton gave us that. If you wanna be happy for the rest of your life. Never make a Pretty Woman your life. That's actually ally. I'd made a pretty well in my life, and my wife, and my life is actually just another Dan paradise hanging out that chick Jimmy soul. And I can't hold out any longer on the bone conduction using show. Mickey Honeycutt in front of that Seoul de Henry Greg Davis, there ain't no that. Ain't right. I tell you. I saw this cat in New Orleans at the jazz and heritage fest, and as of this broadcast, I'm hoping he's still on the right sideline. He's getting up there. But Loria mercy Henry grey. He's played with everybody man clue Hala Wolfe played with Elmore. James? He's done. Just just amazing amazing career for this cat. And that's what you wanna hear in the bars to that. Ain't right on the bone conduction music show royals in front of that the royals the band that went onto become Hank Ballard and the mid netters. So they are pre Hank. I think they had to why not hair. Jason van just before they cut that slab right there with checked out on never let you go. I'm not sure who the lead vocalist is on that one. But the next iteration of that band was the midnight is with Hank Ballard at the vocal home. Eddie hoping to manage boys. Lordy. Have mercy is that deeper what a fool no more an Elvis back when he was still saying and stock in the planet. That's before he went into his white jumpsuit day where he would bet craft crazy. And here he is with the money Honey on the bunk induction music show. Thank you, very much, contributing editor Hank for land. That already had a buddy of mine Hanke sent me a copy of that with the vinyl. You can actually hear the needle hit the slab. You know? And it took it over to CD play this on the show run. Well, there you have it. I have the digitally enhanced remixed some studio stuff they run down here with the bone conduction music show. This is the coolest radio in the history of mankind. This radio they'll be studying at archaeological digs they'll pull the stuff out of the ground to touch with their hands afterward special protective hand covering as they pull it out of the. Archaeological dig, hey, man. Check it out. I don't want. No ball headed woman telling me what to do. How about you? That me, man. I don't want. No, bald headed woman telling me what to do with Daniel Mayer on the bunk induction music show..

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"henry gray" Discussed on First Take

First Take

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on First Take

"Saying. Really six and supposed to be able to what? I'm not ready. I'm talking about Ziad get hackers. I on that's an an one hack because he's gonna get to the rim that. Let me be clear Tillman was battling him all night long. I mean, what was let's review score. Was it makes sense? It makes sense, theoretically. But also be watching with the free throw line last night. He was short and everything. Now, there is a chance he could have got an one he's done that before in games. But he also hasn't played against guys like Nick ward and Tillman guys who are six nine six ten to one hundred and seventy pounds of saying today if people are looking for a goat not greatest divall time, but the old school term, I who's the villain. You a lot of people are looking at RJ Barrett. I'm not looking at RJ right now. I'm looking at coach K for for last night's Louis. Be you're looking at coach K because you're thinking is you gotta get Zion on the ball. But I'm thinking about coach K going up against a coach like Tom Izzo who had the personnel. Fill rough riders as scared. Nobody Winston was the skit anybody. Tell me was this kid anybody. Go have been missive three three pointers all year long. He kept telling coach, I'll make it. I'll make it when it counts. And sure enough. That's what he did yesterday. I'm saying to you at the end. The day. What it comes down to you wanna blame Kelch K blame for the right reason Cam rightish with a no show and that third wheel because I know what RJ is are they gonna make miss. I know what he is. I know what Zion is Kim reddish. Was that X factor? He was the roller coaster and I needed to real. And he let them do. I hate to be that hard because as a kid he's in college. But he let him dinner Jones could I shot, and then let me kill anybody. Let me tell you what happened with coast K, though. Who's the one guy you need to stop from Michigan state in order to beat Michigan state? Well, I mean last night it was it'd be season. Casual Winston he accounted for sixty two percent of the teams points. So throw double team. Adam make other guys beat you. Go ahead of him Rigo here. Make other guys beat you. They didn't really do that. They didn't really blitz him alive. And he wrote said Winston, you gotta give him credit to like all these. Maybe I read too much into like these these certain moments, right? But just watching the game forgetting about the box score whenever it felt like boy this game. It's like one of these moments where the games in the bowels there there. He was doing something to either keep them in the game or give them a lead. It was like that was just a clutch performance. Let me say this can reddish. He's going to be an NBA player. He's too talented. Not to be that brother needs to stay at school. He needs another year. Stephen F, he becomes NBA player. You're going to be seeing him down to G league. And from somebody who played in the G league. That's one of the most difficult places to play in. Once you get in you. Now, you're taking twelve hour bus ride is right. You're playing against men who have no idea who have families who are scraping motor and Henry. Gray. And you can't those coaches don't have time as they are trying to climb the ladder to teach you to have a motor to you and your motive your motor can't be questionable. When you scrap it you got he better stay at Duke. This kind of interesting because you've had mentioning the one and done. There's not a lot of star power in this final four to freshman, and they account for seven percent of that you bring that percentage is another indictment against coach K because who you coaching against. I mean, I'm not talking about the trip of another coach to all Americans. You have where they elsewhere. They came to your program, man, you you ain't even make it to the final. Michigan state. Now have a feeling a little bit of a team of destiny feeling to me from the beginning. Like, that's that was a team where you're like boy they've overcome some stuff. I mean, they have their best player. Joshua Langford has hasn't played the whole year which is renovated. For no question. Let's go in on everybody. I'm only care, man. You are listening to the first take podcast. What are the most important things we do for health? Every day is brushing our teeth yet. Most of us don't do it. Properly. Quip is a better electric toothbrush. Created by dentists and designers that was designed to make brushing your teeth more simple, affordable and even enjoyable. So here's how quip uses sensitive sonic vibrations gentle enough on your sensitive gums. They've built in two minute timers that pulse. 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"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:25 min | 3 years ago

"henry gray" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Be satisfied. Ray charles. That's Margie Hendricks Becker background where the Ray let's just oh whipping like a rented mule. Jack, lordy. Have mercy that song gives me goosebumps. Biggest jaybird eggs. I've said it before I'll say it again. I I'll tell you. I have I have tears in my eyes behind that one. They weren't hanging out with you. It's the bone conduction music show. Never forget that we care and we can help it's the rockingest show on the radio Elmore James in front of that the fifth element in the universe. And I think is strongest tune in so many I mean, it's hard to say, but I'm going to be so bold enduring is to say, that's my personal favorite Madison blows. If I had to be trapped on a desert island with four to five dentists. I'd want that one on board with me Guten Chenier and a petite filet. This is the cat that put Zydeco slash Cajun accordion music on the map baby son CJ's out there stroking it, but I'll tell you. This is the guy this is the one this is the main Clifton Chenier on the bone conduction music show, along with Cleveland is brother on washboard Henry gray in front of that ain't no use muddy waters gave us. My love strikes. Like. Lightning. And we're checking out Luther Luther Johnson are Luther Tucker Luther Tucker, I'm stammer Luther Tucker on guitar, and I'll tell you a Luther is one monster guitar strangling dude or was anyway, and I saw that cat work live a couple of times I saw him with the muddy waters band. I also saw him with James cotton's, Ben, and we're going to get a sample that in just a minute here on the bunk conduction music, but Luther was one of those little really fast fast fast, accurate players, and he had some some really cool signature licks. And we're going to check him out here in just a minute. Little Walter Jacobs in front of that man in a man that was beaten to death in an alley now that that's a blues. That's a boost death boys and girls, and we certainly hope that's not your situation. Remember use extreme caution in judgment and don't do anything stupid, especially under barroom conditions, but little Walter. Couldn't seem to pull that off. He was beaten to death in an alley. We checked out one more chance with you with that's Robert junior Lockwood planet guitar on that you can always tell those jazzed-up parts. Just as with Robert junior at the guitar home hanging out with you down here on the bone conduction music show, hoping that you are having a simply marvelous time, we hope that you're on the right side of the lawn. We hope you're not in the hospital. We certainly hope you're not in jail. And we hope life is good for you. And if you're listening to the bone conduction music show chances are it is we want to say how does new pals on the radio map here. We want to say hi hat tip of the hat to K A J and all people listening in over that fabulous radio station out there an aspirin Colorado. It's a pleasure to be in your radio neighborhood. Thank you. Thank you very much for having us. Hope we can stay a good long time, and we will be an asset in your portfolio of radio jewels. The bone conduction music show. Call up those cats and tell them a deserve. They deserve race for carrying the bunk induction music show. Well, I want you to dig this deep boys and girls, here's some serious serious. Guitar string, piano stuff too on this one. But this is James cotton's band. This is back when he was using Luther Tucker Luther took over for Jimmy Rogers, muddy waters band, and he also then went onto become part of. James's band was the harp. Player after little Walter was beaten to death hoops in the muddy waters band. But here's pretty much that outfit. Behind James cotton. And check this jelly jelly jelly on the bunk induction music show. Eventually. Ma ma. Man. I hate when that happens..

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