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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:06 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"TV show. Recapping Our top story, a seven year old was critically wounded after is caught in the crossfire of the shootout in West Philly. It's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good evening. I'm Jeff Farraday Howard's at the editor's desk, Philadelphia school administrators say because of Cove in 19 many students are lagging behind, even after months of remote instruction. The superintendent is troubled by this. The details from Cabo W's Mike DiNardo Superintendent William Height says students will be assessed early in the new year to determine how far behind they may be after the covert shutdown kept them out of their classrooms for the final three months of last school year. It says he's concerned that a new school year starting without in person instruction will only exacerbate the academic costs. We know Children fell behind, and we know that without them having a routine And having the structure's in place and having the adult with them that is helping them to navigate their learning that they're gonna either fall they may fall further behind, the superintendent, told reporters. He's also worried about the social growth of students isolated at home high school students who have sending me e mails and please tell me my senior years. Not all be virtual. I haven't been able to see my classmate or my friends. Height says he's concerned about the trauma that isolation may ultimately Cause Mike Denard okay, one heavily NewsRadio, Pennsylvania uber drivers are no longer considered self employed. 2015 lawsuit against the Department of Labor made its way all the way to the state's highest court. More from Kyiv W's Kristen Joe Hansen. Donald Bowman started to drive for uber when he lost his job. But although he was getting unemployment compensation, he was reporting all of his earnings to the States Department of Labor. But they canceled his benefits because they claimed as a driver. He was self employed. His attorney, Julia Simon, Michelle appealed and that went through the courts to fight it and one finding that my client is not free from control and direction by over, and it's also not beach. In an independently that listed signed Michelle The supervising attorney for Philadelphia legal assistance and says, Because Cooper controls his communication with passengers pay structure and reviews, the court said he's an employee of the company may be virtually so It does appear that this really opens the door in the future for those drivers to qualify for regular unemployment compensation, although she says this sets a precedent for other drivers and possibly for delivery companies like instant cart and caviar, she advises those getting unemployment through pandemic assistance. Stay put the states Labor Department says they don't comment on individual cases. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. Ellen did generous, seemingly has no plans to stop doing her show. Despite complaints of racial and sexual harassment executive producers claim stories about a toxic, sexist and racist work culture on her show are greatly exaggerated. And a generous has no intention of walking.

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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Suspects involved in a shootout on Saturday night in West Philadelphia. It left a seven year old boy fighting for his life in the shooting came on a night where at least two other men died by gun violence in the streets of Philadelphia. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good Sunday afternoon. I'm J. Scott Smith and Dan Micah is that the editor's desk and Philadelphia school administrators say a whole lot of students are lagging behind after months of remote instruction. Because of covert 19 and the superintendent is troubled by this as we hear from K What abuse Mike DiNardo Superintendent William Height says students will be assessed early in the new year to determine how far behind they may be after the covert shutdown kept them out of their classrooms for the final three months of last school year. It says he's concerned that a new school year starting without in person instruction will only exacerbate the academic costs. We know Children fell behind, and we know that without them having a routine And having the structure's in place and having the adult with them that is helping them to navigate their learning that they're goingto either fall they may fall further behind, the superintendent, told reporters. He's also worried about the social growth of students isolated at home high school students who have sending me emails, saying Please tell me my senior years. Not all be virtual. I haven't been able to see my classmate or my friends. Height says he's concerned about the trauma that isolation may ultimately cause. Mike Denard. Okay, one heavily news radio on here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, uber drivers or no longer considered self employed. Now. This comes after a 2015 lawsuit against the Department of Labor for ending an unemployment claim because a man who lost his job started to drive for the company as we hear from K What abuse Kristen Johannsen. It made its way up to the state's highest court. Donald Woman started to drive for uber when he lost his job, and although he was getting unemployment compensation, he was reporting all of his earnings to the States Department of Labor, But they canceled his benefits because they claimed As a driver. He was self employed. His attorney, Julia Simon, Michelle appealed and that went through the courts to fight it and one finding that my client is not free from control and direction by over, and it's also not engage in an independently established signed. The Michelle is supervising attorney for Philadelphia legal assistance and says, Because Cooper controls his communication with passengers pay structure and reviews, the court said he's an employee of the company may be virtually so It does appear that this really opens the door. Or in the future for those drivers to qualify for regular unemployment compensation, although she says this sets a precedent for other drivers and possibly for delivery companies like insta card and caviar, she advises those getting unemployment through pandemic assistance. Stay put. The state's Labor Department says they don't comment on individual cases. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. Campaign 2020 on K Y W News Radio With the Democratic National Convention just two weeks away, former vice President Joe Biden is set to name his running mates, the presumptive Democratic presidential.

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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Your most accurate forecast count on it. Right now in center city. We're looking at 82 degrees and overcast conditions heading to a very human 93 this afternoon. Philadelphia School administrators say many students are lagging behind after months of remote instruction because of covert 19 and the superintendent is taking notices We hear from Kyiv Nobody's Mike DiNardo Superintendent William Height says Students will be assessed early in the new year to determine how far behind they may be after the covert shutdown kept them out of their classrooms for the final three months of last school year. It says he's concerned that a new school year starting without in person instruction will only exacerbate the academic costs. We know Children fell behind, and we know that without them having a routine And having the structure's in place and having the adult with them that is helping them to navigate their learning that they're goingto either fall they may fall further behind, the superintendent, told reporters. He's also worried about the social growth of students isolated at home high school students who have sending me e mails saying Please tell me my senior years. Not all be virtual. I haven't been able to see my classmate or my friends. Height says he's concerned about the trauma that isolation may ultimately cause. Mike Denard. Okay, one heavily NewsRadio in Pennsylvania uber drivers, they're no longer considered self employed. This comes after a 2015 lawsuit against Department of Labor for ending an unemployment claim because a man who lost his job started to drive for the company. Kyi. W's Kristen Joe Hansen tells us it made its way to the state's highest court. Donald Woman started to drive for uber when he lost his job, and although he was getting unemployment compensation, he was reporting all of his earnings to the state Department of Labor. But they canceled his benefits because they claimed as a driver. He was self employed. His attorney, Julia Simon, Michelle appealed and that went through the courts to fight it, and one finding that my client is not free from control in direction by uber, and it's also not indeed. Independently established signed. The Michelle is supervising attorney for Philadelphia legal assistance and says, Because Cooper controls his communication with passengers pay structure and reviews, the court said he's an employee of the company may be virtually so It does appear that this really opens the door in the future for those drivers to qualify for regular unemployment compensation, although she says this sets a precedent for other drivers and possibly for delivery companies like instant cart and caviar, she advises those getting unemployment through pandemic. Assistance stay put. The state's Labor Department says they don't comment on individual cases. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. PENNSYLVANIA officials, including Governor Wolf took sometime last week to thank first responders and remind them there's help for them available. K Y. W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millwork reports. Governor Wolf says firing AMS Companies across Pennsylvania being asked to do more with less is many of their fundraising efforts have been shut down by the pandemic. Like carnivals, for example, we could thank him with words and I'm happy to do that, but I think we need to back that up, he says. August 7th, is the deadline to apply for some of the $50 million available in grants passed by the General Assembly last month. In addition to financial help for firing AMs companies, State Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego says there's also training for mental health and wellness, he says. It's time the end the suck it up. It's part of the job mentality that stigma must be in the past, and we need to recognize that we are all human beings. We have feelings. And we are not all the same when it comes to dealing with the stress of your job, Gregor says. Pennsylvania's offering four online courses free to first responders at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work convertible you NEWS Radio in mid summer. Some of us are trying to take a break from the virus, but it still on everyone's mind. K Y W Special contributor takes a look at one problem that remains in the background. He has this commentary numbers in their meaning the Corona virus numbers as of today are significant. More than 150,000 of our fellow citizens have died locally. The differences between the states are stunning. For example, Pennsylvania population almost 13 million has had 112,000 cases and over 7000 deaths. New Jersey population. Almost nine million has 182,000 cases and over 15,000 deaths. De lower with 980,000 people has 14,000 cases and 585 people thought the highest ratio of all three states prepare that to California. Population. 39 million. With 500,000 cases and over 9000 deaths quite a contrast to the East. More troubling numbers one numbers overshadowed by the rest. The Census Bureau reports 12.1% of Americans do not have enough food in Pennsylvania. The numbers 8.5%. Those numbers might make you mad that the Republicans and Democrats Are still struggling on a new relief hill two days of the $600 weekly federal jobless benefit expired. The Senate even took the weekend off Larry Cane K Y W News Radio 9 39 Now, in a moment, we'll take you back to the highways with Malcolm What's happening, and Wyatt Maddox as the world changes depend on K one ofyou news radio.

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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philadelphia School administrators say many students are lagging behind after months of remote instruction because of the pandemic, and the superintendent is concerned as we hear from Kyiv buddies Mike DiNardo Superintendent William Heights says students will be assessed early in the new year to determine how far behind they may be after the covert shutdown kept them out of their classrooms for the final three months of last school year. ID, says he's concerned that a new school year starting without in person instruction will only exacerbate the academic costs. We know Children fell behind, and we know that without them having a routine And having the structure's in place and having the adult with them that is helping them to navigate their learning that they're goingto either fall they may fall further behind, the superintendent, told reporters. He's also worried about the social growth of students isolated at home high school students who have sending me emails, saying Please tell me my senior years. Not all be virtual. I haven't been able to see my classmate or my friend. Height says he's concerned about the trauma that isolation may ultimately cause. Mike Denard. Okay. One heavily NewsRadio in Pennsylvania uber drivers there no lower, considered self employed. This comes after a 2015 lawsuit against the Department of Labor for ending an unemployment claim because a man who lost his job started driving for uber Hey, why Nobody's Kristen Joe Hansen reports. This made its way all the way to the state's highest court. Donald Woman started to drive for uber when he lost his job, and although he was getting unemployment compensation, he was reporting all of his earnings to the States Department of Labor. But they canceled his benefits because they claimed as a driver. He was self employed. His attorney, Julia Simon, Michelle, appealed and that went through the courts to fight it and one finding that my client is not free from control and direction by over, and it's also not Beach in an apparently established it sign the Michelle is supervising attorney for Philadelphia legal assistance and says, Because Cooper controls his communication with passengers pay structure and reviews, the court said he's an employee of the company may be virtually so It does appear that this really opens the door in the future for those drivers to qualify for regular unemployment compensation, although she says this sets a precedent for other drivers and possibly for delivery companies like insta card and caviar, she advises those getting unemployment through. Pandemic assistance stay put. The state's Labor Department says they don't comment on individual cases. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio. PENNSYLVANIA officials, including Governor Wolf took sometime last week to thank first responders and to remind them there is help for them available. K Y. W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millward has more governor Wolf says firing AMS Companies across Pennsylvania are being asked to do more with less is many of their fundraising efforts have been shut down by the pandemic. Like carnivals, for example, we could thank him with words and I'm happy to do that, but I think we need to back that up, he says. August 7th, is the deadline to apply for some of the $50 million available in grants passed by the General Assembly last month. In addition to financial help for firing AMs companies, State Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego says there's also training for mental health and wellness, He says it's time to end this Get up. It's part of the job mentality that stigma must be in the past, and we need to recognize that we are all human beings. We have feelings, and we are not all the same when it comes to dealing with the stress of your job, Drago says Pennsylvania's offering four online courses free to first responders at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work edible You news Radio in mid summer. Some communities have tried to take a break from the virus, but it's still on everybody's mind. Kyi. Nobody. Special contributor Larry Cane takes a look at one problem the remains in the background in this commentary numbers in their meaning the corona virus numbers As of today are significant. More than 150,000 of our fellow citizens have died and locally. The differences between the states are stunning. For example, Pennsylvania population almost 13 million Has had 112,000 cases and over 7000 deaths. NewJersey population almost nine million has 182,000 cases and over 15,000 deaths. Delaware with 980,000 people. Has 14,000 cases and 585 people got the highest ratio of all three states Prepare that to California population 39 million, with 500,000 cases and over 9000 deaths quite a contrast to the East. More troubling numbers one numbers overshadowed by the rest. The Census Bureau reports 12.1% of Americans. Do not have enough food in Pennsylvania. The numbers 8.5%. Those numbers might make you mad that the Republicans, the Democrats are still struggling on a new relief hill two days of the $600 weekly federal jobless benefit expired. The Senate even took the weekend off Larry Cane K Y. W News radio. A portion of the school killers closed this morning. We'll tell you where up Next your city your voices. This's k y w NewsRadio depend on us. When it comes to giving your child a quality education from home experience matters online Learning might be new for your family, but Laurel Springs School has been doing this for nearly 30 years. They're.

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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:49 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cause it's a hurricane and we're in the middle of a pandemic, so people are panicking. More and storm comes as Florida Post a record number of deaths from covert 19 Back here in Pennsylvania. Oprah drivers are no longer considered self employed. This comes after a 2015 lawsuit against the Department of Labor. For ending an unemployment claim because a man who lost his job started to drive for the company. And as we hear from our crime, and justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen admit its way all the way up to the state's highest court. Donald Woman started to drive for uber when he lost his job, and although he was getting unemployment compensation, he was reporting all of his earnings to the States Department of Labor. But they canceled his benefits because they claimed as a driver. He was self employed. His attorney, Julia Simon, Michelle, appealed and that went through the courts to fight it and one finding that my client is not free from control and direction by Over, and it's also not beach. In an independently that listed signed the Michelle is supervising attorney for Philadelphia legal assistance and says, Because Cooper controls his communication with passengers pay structure and reviews, the court said he's an employee of the company may be virtually so It does appear that this really opened the door in the future for those drivers to qualify for regular unemployment compensation, although she says this sets a precedent for other drivers and possibly for delivery companies like instant cart and caviar, she advised Is those getting unemployment through pandemic assistance? Stay put. The state's Labor Department says they don't comment on individual cases. Kristen Joe Hansen came by W News radio speaking of drivers, especially those who tend to speed up on the Roosevelt Boulevard. I wouldn't if I were you. Here's why, from K Y W C. A Dusk is nuts. Anyone caught travelling at least 11 miles over the speed limit on Roosevelt Boulevard will be issued a ticket that could cost drivers up to $150 based on the warning periods. Petrie, with the Philadelphia parking Authority says they expect to Dole out a whole lot of fines. According to our vendor there, one of the highest of all the municipalities, they deal with equal. Teo, the New York City area captain mark over wise with the Philadelphia Police Department's accident investigation District. Stress of the goal isn't to collect finds, though it's to get people to simply flow down because the faster the speeds are the more severe the crash has become, says part of the problem has to do with the design of the boulevard. There's a lack of the left turn lanes and where there are left. Turn lanes there not sufficient enough to accommodate the volume of people. Turning left at certain times of the day is also the crossovers that people have difficulty navigating. And while the city is working on additional ways to address the problem, if your car is caught speeding, you'll be asked to pay up. It's your life you get badass cousin, it's K Y w news radio..

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Philadelphia - Feds say they've stopped $44M of unemployment fraud in Pennsylvania

KYW 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia - Feds say they've stopped $44M of unemployment fraud in Pennsylvania

"Say they've tracked down $44 million meant for jobless Pennsylvanians as they continue to investigate unemployment fraud across the country. Hey, What'll youse Kristen Joe Hansen tells us honest people who are out of work are getting caught up in the investigation. Labor and law enforcement officials say fraudsters have been using people's identity to get cash meant for those who have lost their job during the pandemic, specifically self employed and gig workers. Investigators say they've stopped $28 million from getting into the wrong pockets and they figured out where the other 16 million is and they're getting it back. But Julia Simon Michela, supervising attorney for Philadelphia's legal assist Tints says jobless workers in desperate need of benefits still aren't getting the cash it in progress next to their weekly certification with unresolved issues that are not defined in the online portal. Those possibly affected have to send two forms of I d like a driver's license, passport or social Security card with another, like a tax return or birth certificate to D l I verify at p a dot gov and then unfortunately, they have to wait. The government goes through and confirmed and looked at those identity documents and then will release benefits. But it is taking a very long time and in the process, people are hurting a lot. Kristen

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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"W to your favorites. Three things to know. At 1 45 sponsored by Ocean First Bank commercial lending gaps in federal oversight of veterans. Holmes is said to have contributed to rampant corona virus infections and more than 200 deaths. Ember to an unemployment fraud investigation is delaying payments to people who aren't doing anything wrong. Recapping our top story, the Roosevelt Boulevard speed cameras go live on Saturday. $50 finds you're going too fast. All ahead in the next 15 minutes. I mean Bush with Greg Orlandini and Dan Micah at the editors. Montgomery County Woman has died after police say she was run over by her own car. Pennsylvania State police, a 39 year old Sara Carlin of Pens. Berg was with her 11 year old daughter taking their dog to a vet's office in Palm Berks County happen around four yesterday or I'm sorry Monday afternoon. Carlin's daughter got into the driver's seat of the Mazda. The girl started the car while her mother went back into the building, while the 11 year old climbed over the center console into the passenger seat. Somehow the SUV ended up in reverse. Carlin came out of the building. She tried to climb into the moving car. As it was in the grass going down a hill. She fell and was run over by the front driver's side wheel and was killed. Authorities say they've tracked down $44 million meant for unemployed Pennsylvanians as they continue to investigate unemployment fraud across the country. But it was Kristen Joe Hansen explains honest people who are out of work. Getting caught up in this investigation. Labor and law enforcement officials say fraudsters have been using people's identity to get cash meant for those who have lost their job during the pandemic, specifically self employed and gig workers. Investigators say they've stopped $28 million from getting into the wrong pockets, and they figured out where the other 16 million is, and they're getting it back. But Julia Simon Michela, supervising attorney for Philadelphia's legal assistance, says jobless workers in desperate need of benefits still are Getting the cash, it says in progress next to their weekly certification with unresolved issues that are not defined in the online portal. Those possibly affected have to send two forms of I d like a driver's license, passport or social Security card with another, like a tax return or birth certificate to D l. I verify at p a dot gov and then unfortunately, they have to wait as the government goes through and confirms and looked at those identity document. And then will release benefits, but it is taking a very long time and in the process, people are hurting a lot. Kristen Johannsen K Y. W News radio Big Gaps in federal oversight of long term care facilities for aging veterans may have contributed to rampant corona virus infections and more than 200 deaths at state run homes. That's according to new testimony from a congressional watchdog. The Government Accountability Office found the Department of Veterans Affairs failed to require robust inspections at the 148 state run veterans homes across the country and to make sure deficiencies were rectified even as it regularly doled out federal dollars for care. Socks continue this week between Philadelphia officials and the organizers of two encampments. One of them set up in Fairmount, the other in North Philadelphia, protesting homelessness, Our city Hall bureau chief. Hey, what about to use Pat Lobe says officials intend to offer a plan for voluntarily closing those camps. Mayor Jim Kenny and Housing Authority director Kevin Jeremiah met directly with the organizer's last week, saying they agree there's a need for more housing. But getting it is a long term proposition that requires more state and federal dollars. Jeremiah says some short term solutions, the organizer's have proposed such a squatting in vacant pH. Properties are dangerous. Only about a week of faux ago. One of the squatters caused the fire in one of those units. Plete Ly destroyed the unit. Now we have one left unit, and it's unfair to the people who have been waiting patiently for how thing Jeremiah says he's hopeful the plan officials have developed to address protesters. Concerns will lead to an amicable resolution. No one wants to see the income and banded in an involuntary way. Organizer Jennifer Banished says The protesters are open to the plan but made no promises. Hat, low y W News radio. A Florida couple regrets ever taking in a disturbed teenager in the months before he was accused of the 2018 massacre and Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. As part of a legal agreement to settle a number of lawsuits. James and Kimberly Sneed have agreed to write a letter of apology. It was released by families of the victims during a conference call today, they say they regret letting the now 21 year old bring guns into their home. The agreement keeps them from profiting from their story. 90 degrees in the sunshine in Philadelphia. We're heading to 94 this afternoon. We're still jammed up on south on 76. Both ways near South Street will check in with the traffic center next It's Dave. You're in with the sports injury. UPDATES sponsored by Martin Law, the law firm for injured workers for over 40 years. Jo Ellan beats right Calf tightness from the weekend kept him out of the 76 years final scrimmage Tuesday night. 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"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To know at 12 45 sponsored by Ocean First Bank commercial lending number one An investigation into unemployment fraud turns up $44 million meant to Goto out ofwork. Pennsylvanians. Oregon's governor says federal agents will begin Withdrawing from Portland on Thursday. And recapping our top story. Speed cameras will become operational on the boulevard beginning this Saturday. Violators face fines up to 150 bucks. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good afternoon on Paul Kurtz. Greg Orlandini is at the editor's desk. Authorities say they've tracked down $44 million meant for jobless Pennsylvanians as they continue to investigate unemployment for out across the country. As que wannabe use. Kristen Joe Hansen explains honest people who are out of work or getting caught up in the investigation. Labor and law enforcement officials say fraudsters have been using people's identity to get cash meant for those who have lost their job during the pandemic, specifically self employed and gig workers. Investigators say they've stopped $28 million from getting into the wrong pockets, and they figured out where the other 16 million is, and they're getting it back. But Julia Simon Michela, supervising attorney for Philadelphia's legal assistance Stints, says jobless workers in desperate need of benefits still aren't getting the cash it in progress next to their weekly certification with unresolved issues that are not defined in the online portal. Those possibly affected have to send two forms of I d like a driver's license, passport or social Security card with another, like a tax return or birth certificate to D l I verify at p a dot gov and then unfortunately, they have to wait. The government goes through and confirms and look at those eyes, get any documents and then will release benefits, But it is taking a very long time and in the process, people are hurting a lot. Kristen Johannsen, K Y. W News RADIO Several Georgia jail inmates are being hailed as heroes. Three Gwinnett County Jail inmates are being credited with saving the life of a sheriff's deputy. They were able to revive the unidentified deputy. You lost consciousness twice while on duty guarding them. They called for help on his desk, phone and radio in a statement. The sheriff's office says the inmates had no obligation whatsoever to help the ill vulnerable deputy, but they didn't hesitate. Jim Crystal, a CBS News say. It's 12 48 near Phoenix. A massive fire takes out a train bridge. CBS's Jennifer Brown reports, The fire consumed a sky with thick black smoke. As many as 10 train cars derailed, causing the bridge over Tempe tone like to collapse the scene overhead, most of the bridge on fire, It's working his way back to the rest of the train. We have some tanker cars down there.

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"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

"Modern love is a production of the New York Times and WB you are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Caitlyn O'Keefe original scoring and sound design by Matt Read. Ira Sadler's our executive producer edited by Catherine Brewer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern LOVE FOR THE NEW YORK. Times and adviser to the show the stories you heard today were edited by Jessica. Bennett mealy on Stresemann and Daniel Jones at the New York Times special. Thanks to them. Thanks also to all of the people who contributed a story to this episode. You can find a full list of contributors at Wbz you are dot org slash modern love and you can read all of the stories that are part of the alone in a pandemic project at NY TIMES DOT com slash. Modern love the idea for the modern love. Podcast was conceived by USA Tova. Additional thanks to Julia Simon at the New York Times and Paul Kahlo w. You are. I'm MAGNA chucker. Bardy hang in there. We'll see you next week from. Wvu are and read it. Endless thread is back with a new special series about a real conspiracy involving LSD. A doctor in Montreal and the CIA people have a hard time grasping the reality of this madness. They saw him confessing and they thought somebody else is controlling. This guy's mind a story in five parts about the secret mission for mind control and the people who paid the price light deprivation shock treatment a listener genetic drugs. What came home was a shadow shell of a man on everyone to know that I went through. Hell subscribe to endless. Read on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen..

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Philadelphia Legal Assistance office cutting through unemployment red tape

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Legal Assistance office cutting through unemployment red tape

"And Philadelphia's legal aid office has been trying to assist hundreds of jobless workers put through that red tape to get unemployment benefits as the state's unemployment number topped more than a million and a half this year from commodities Christian Joe Hanson they're focusing efforts on people without online access foreign language barrier whether it's a problem with the pin number or tracking status claims are not getting money at all supervising attorney for the city's legal aid office Julia Simon the shell says they're trying to assist as many people as they can questions are not written in a user friendly manner they're very much rate in almost an illegal use for a lot of people understand them it takes a lot of Kirsty Newton real close reading but she says another major problem is access to both computers and with language barriers and this is actually the keys in low income and minority communities they have significantly less access to home computers the office has set up a free hotline for people to file initial claims if they can't file online as of now it's only providing support with regular unemployment compensation application and she says they have resources for people who may not speak fluent English for more information head to KYW newsradio dot com slash

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Philadelphia Legal Aid assisting hundreds of jobless workers

KYW 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Legal Aid assisting hundreds of jobless workers

"Philadelphia's legal aid office has been trying to assist hundreds of jobless all workers who cut through red tape in getting their unemployment benefits the state's unemployment number now tops more than a million and a half as K. Y. W.'s Kristin Johannson tells us they are focusing their efforts on people who don't have online access or you have a language barrier whether it's a problem with the pin number or tracking status claims are not getting money at all supervising attorney for the city's legal aid office Julia Simon Michelle says they're trying to assist as many people as they can questions are not written in a user friendly manner they are very much rate in almost an illegal use for a lot of people understand them it takes a lot of Kirsty Newton real close reading but she says another major problem is access to both computers and with language barriers and this is actually the keys in low income and minority communities they have significantly less access to home computers the office has set up a free hotline for people to file initial claims if they can't file online as of now it's only providing support with regular unemployment compensation application and she says they have resources for people who may not speak fluent English for more information head to KYW newsradio dot com slash unemployment Kristen Johanson KYW

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"julia simon" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on The Daily

"Over the coming weeks we'll be answering your questions about the corona virus and how to navigate the pandemic. You can send us your questions by voicemail at six four six five nine eight six zero one to be sure to tell us your name and where you're calling from. We'll be right back successful companies. No faster growth requires the right tools if you're doing to ten or hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue net suite by Oracle gives a full picture of your business finance inventory. Hr customers and more all in one place over nineteen thousand companies. Trust net sweet. The world's number one cloud business system schedule your free product to our right now and receive your free guide six ways to run a more profitable business and net sweet dot com slash daily. That's net sweet dot com slash daily. Here's what else you need Wall Street experienced its worst day since the crash of nineteen eighty. Seven as investors responded to President Trump's plan to severely limit travel between Europe and the United States and general confidence faded. That Western economies will quickly recover from the pandemic in Washington. The Senate canceled a scheduled weeklong recess so it could negotiate a major economic relief package to address the financial fallout. Meanwhile closures and cancellations cascaded across the country the NC double eight called off its annual basketball tournaments following a decision by the NBA to suspend its operations both the NHL and major league soccer said that they too would pause there seasons in New York all forty one Broadway began shutting down on Thursday night under instructions from the state's governor and will not reopen until April twelfth at the earliest while New York restaurants and bars have been ordered to operate at fifty percent capacity and in California Disneyland will close its doors until the end of the month. It's first closure since the September eleventh terror attacks in two thousand one. The daily is made by feel welcome. Andy Mills Lisa Tobin Rachel Lindsay Garrison any Brown Claire Tennis Getter haege Cowan Michael Simon Johnson Brad Fischer Larussa Anderson. Wendy door. Chris Would Jessica Chung Alexandra Leong Jonathan Wolf. Lisa Chow Eric. Kripke Mark George Luke Vanderploeg. A diese Egan Kelly. Prime Julia Longoria Sindhu. Yana summoned on Jasmine Aguilara. Mj Davis Lynn. Austin Mitchell Sayer. Cavuto Nina potluck. Dan Powell Div Shaw. Sidney Harper Daniel. Giamet Homs Buteau Robert Jemison and Mike Benoi our theme music is by Jim. Bromberg and Ben Landsberg of Wunderle special. Thanks to Sam Dolan Michaela Bouchard still a ten Lauren Jackson Julia Simon Muhima show blinding and Nora. Keller that's if the daily I'm Michael Navarro see.

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"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

"Modern love is sponsored by policy. Genius if there's one thing. Humans aren't great at. Its predicting the future. Just take a look around no amount of crystal balls fortune. Cookies or tea leaves could predict the world. We're living in right now but unpredictability is also what keeps life interesting. The trick is to enjoy the ride without worrying about what's around the corner and one way to worry less is to get the right life insurance. That's where policy genius can help policy genius makes finding the right life insurance a breeze. In minutes you can compare quotes from the top insurers to find your best price you could save fifteen hundred dollars or more a year by using policy genius to compare life insurance policies. Once you apply the policy genius team will handle all the paperwork and red tape for free. They can also help with home or auto. So if you haven't found a play by play breakdown of your future inside a crystal ball or a cookie. That's okay be prepared for anything with life insurance in just a few minutes. You can find your best price and apply at policy. Genius DOT COM policy. Genius will always get the future wrong. Better get life insurance right. We know there's a lot of bad stuff in the news these days but the reality is there's also a lot of good news out there. Compassionate people doing amazing things for others every day in the new season of kind world. You'll hear stories of people. Transforming their communities helping others adding positively to the world kind world wants to be your twenty twenty news counter programming a podcast that promises to restore your faith in humanity. In trying times kind world will help you see the good that surrounds us. All subscribe to the new season of kind world now on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen actress Goo Goo. Imbera read several essays. But she really connected with this one. When I read this. It was just so beautiful I just felt like there was a sense of regret and a bitter sweet longing and youth and age looking back at a type of love that you couldn't quite understand the time and now it's gone. I just thought it was so beautiful and I just loved that they were such an odd couple So unsentimental and just such characters I just thought that was just so heartbreaking thanks to Goo Goo for reading this week's essay she stars in Misbehavior which opens in the UK. This week you can also see her in the morning show on Apple. Tv plus here's Daniel Jove's editor of the modern love column for The New York Times. There's a way in personal essays where the right are always Is expected to be harder on him or herself. Then on the people Being written about in this case the writer is harder on himself. Then you know he. He goes out of his way to say Oh. I wish I'd done that. I wish I wish I'd asked questions. And I think in this case he's too hard. I think it's is. He brought sort of such light and life to this. This guy might be you know who who is just was dying and that's what might be needed. Modern love is the production of the New York Times and. Wb You are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Caitlyn O'Keefe original scoring and sound design by Matt Reed. Iris Adler is our executive producer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show. The idea for the modern love. Podcast was conceived by Lisa tope special. Thanks to Julia Simon on your streaming and Mealy at the New York Times additional music courtesy of APM if you like the show leave us a rating or a review on Apple podcasts. It helps new listeners. Find US I magnin trucker. Bharti see you next week..

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"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

02:23 min | 7 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

"And here's Lesley Manville why she wanted to read this piece. I chose this story because it seems appropriate to the film that I have opening at the moment here called ordinary love which Liam Neeson and I play a couple who are have been married for a very long time decades and they The wife Joan who I play is going through Wisconsin. Thank you to Leslie for reading this week's essay. Ordinary love is in theaters now. Modern love is a production of the New York Times and WBZ you are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Caitlyn O'Keefe original scoring and sound design by Matt Reed. Iris Adler is our executive producer. We're edited by Catherine Brewer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show. The idea for the modern love. Podcast was conceived by Lisa Tobin special. Thanks to Julia Simon on your strumming Emilee at the New York Times additional music courtesy of APM if you liked the show leave us a rating or review on Apple podcasts. It helps new listeners. Find does We'll see you next week. Thanks for listening to modern love. Stick around for a couple of minutes and give a listen to a trailer for the new podcast dating while gray. We think you'll like it. I met someone for coffee and he brought water with him and I said to him. Are you going to pay for my coffee? And he said if I don't pay for your coffee what's the outcome I sick we're done dating does not get easier as you get older. Sorry my dates. Having met my expectations put it that way. Want to date anymore. I say no no. This is dating while gray because the one thing that doesn't get easier with age is love..

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"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

"We adapt folktales for modern audiences circle round great acting and laugh out. Allow humor are a hit with listeners. Across the world from the very young to the young at heart subscribed to circle round. Wherever you get your podcasts? Here's Daniel Jones editor of the modern love column for The New York Times. What I really loved about Evans piece was his personality or the role that he he saw? His personality was in shaping these children who are not his and being a A sort of forced for creative of good and rebelliousness and all the things that I imagine he when he was growing up longed for. It's also so just something he naturally thrives on something so kid like about his his interactions when the girl gets old enough. If to say you know I cried I have a hangnail. And he just He just loves that is Is entertained. By the sort. Have heightened drama of childhood and it's a good force you know. People are raised by more people more than their parents and necessarily so tan. France says he wanted to read this piece for a surprising reason. The reason I wanted to read this essay a role I was born to play with is actually because it goes against the role. I truly believe I'm bought to play it. It talks about a man who feels like he's destined to not have children and being on call and that was something I thought might be my destiny when I was a kid lead over the last twenty years or so ever since I hit my teens I was determined that that wasn't going to be my lot in life and that's not to denigrate. Anybody aalto chooses. That just wasn't it's not the destiny I want and so him saying that this character in this essay suggesting that he doesn't one s surly to have children goes against What I want completely it was interesting to read a character who definitely delayed the I am? That's Tan France. He Stars in Queer Eye. His new book is naturally Tan and his new Netflix show is called called next in fashion. Modern love is a production of the New York Times and WB. You Are Boston Austin. NPR Station it's produced directed and edited by Caitlyn O'Keefe original scoring and sound design by Matt. Read Irish Adler is our executive producer. Daniel Neil Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show. The idea for the modern love. PODCAST was conceived by Lisa Tova Special. Thanks to Julia Simon on on your screen and Mealy at the New York Times additional music courtesy of a PM. I'm Meghna Chakrabarti. My other job is hosting an NPR show called on point point. Check it out and your podcast feed see you next week. When I was growing up everyone was trying to lose weight and it clearly wasn't working all my friends were like? Oh my God. I'm I'm getting so fat. Please tell me my thighs. Don't look that bad and the adults were always ordering a salad please and I would like to dressing on the side when I got. That's a college. I ate nothing but leaves. I exercised twice a day and for the first time in my life I gained fifteen pounds food. We need he to talk. That's the name of this podcast. My Name Is Unit Java. I'm Dr Eddie Phillips from Harvard Medical School and the Institute of Lifestyle Medicine. I'm I'M GONNA do my best to help you figure out how to get to a healthier place with food hint. It's not dieting. If you feel like it's time to finally end your war with food then then head on over to apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts and subscribe to food we need to talk from W._V._U.. Are seriously subscribe..

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"julia simon" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on The Daily

"The daily is made I feel welcome. Andy Mills Lisa. Tobin Rachel Wester Lindsey Garrison any Brown clay tennis Koetter Pge coward. Michael Simon Lyndon Johnson Brad Fischer Larussa Anderson. Wendy door. Chris Would Jessica Chung Alexandra Leong Jonathan Wolf Lisa. Lisa Chow Eric. Kripke Mark George Luke. Vander blue a decent Egan Kelly. Prime Julia Longoria Sindhu. Yana on a someone. Dumb Jasmine Aguilara. MJ Davis Lynn. Austin Mitchell Sayer Cavuto. Monica F- start gave Dan Powell Dave Chiefs Shaw Sydney Harbour and Daniel special thanks to Sam Donaldson Michaela Bouchard Stella Tan. Julia Simon Common Lauren Jackson and Nora. Keller that's it for the daily. I'm Michael Barbaro. See You on Tuesday after the halting cutting. Hi This is Ellen Barry. I'm a reporter for the New York. TIMES MHM a few years ago. When I was posted in Delhi? I heard about a story that I couldn't forget out very long telephoto Lens and I got an image of this woman mm-hmm it was a story about a royal family living in the woods in complete isolation. When you say weird what do you mean? There's a feeling feeling that she was almost almost as she looks like a human animal and then went into the forest to meet the myself huck and what happened then was not at all what I expected very strange trouble. Finding my way out the jungle prince is a special miniseries by the New York Times. Listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"julia simon" Discussed on Modern Love

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"julia simon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Aaron it's already -cerned feel bit fresher chance of rain this evening. Rain expected heavy at times after midnight tonight. Temperatures will dropped down to the upper forties low. Fifties rain in the forecast for tomorrow, probably wet commute in the morning. Lingering rain on Thanksgiving Day. This is Kuwaiti public radio. This is marketplace, I'm Molly would more than one hundred and fourteen thousand New York City public school students were homeless at some point in the last school year, according to figures from New York state that's around one in ten of that city's public school kids and New York isn't the only state the number of homeless public school students has been rising across the country, according to state and national data Julius. Julia. Simon went to the Bronx New York City borough with the most homeless students to see how it's acting these kids and their schools ten-year-old Taj Ford is a fourth grader in the Bronx aware of tiny unicorn earrings a lover of math working with love and because of domestic violence or resident of homeless shelters. She's been living in them since June along with her mother and siblings. When I got it. It was it was crazy. I don't know who is really different never been in a place before and you had to share woman. It was like. Difficult really difficult each morning. The family wakes at five thirty Zony went back then she heads out into the city from her shelter in the north Bronx to her school in Harlem of hillsdale stairs and cash trainer. Jason is really cold Tajiks commutes forty five minutes, but many students who live in shelters travel more than two hours each way to get to school. That's according to Daniel Keene, the principal of an elementary and middle school in the South Bronx. And then we're expecting them to go home. Do their homework deal. Whatever else in dealing with them to get back on the bus at five six o'clock in the morning to get here and be perky and ready to go, and it's not happening. Lots of things aren't happening for these students in the corner of.

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"julia simon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"julia simon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mining rights for that land do you have to follow america's mining law which dates back to eighteen seventy two julia simon of our planet money podcast went out west to learn how the law works the first thing to do if you wanna make a mining claim find valuable mineral in my case i went looking for gold the plumas national forest in northern california with a guy named josh ranking we put a pan full of mud in a mountain stream got goal dish colored things don't jinx it okay we the pan up to the sunlight and we see it glittering some small really small pieces see that right there that's it certainly is a little piece of gold it's gold sakina say it you can say eureka nexta sticky claim we gotta stick put it in the dirt put a paper on the stick says who we are and we this is our discovery monument here for about fifteen dollars an acre we can mind for a year if this sounds like a system used by miners during the gold rush that's because it was william morris stewart was a minor became a senator he wrote the mining act of eighteen seventy two but even then congress was asking she we really be giving away these mining rights shouldn't we make more money stewart said no we want to encourage mining get people to go west fine settled down keep a cheap today were still fighting about this law it's a ripoff tom udall senator from new mexico just think about it the public owns this land this is a resource sitting on public land udall has many issues with the mining law but a big one is the fact that mining companies don't pay royalties to the federal government for mining on public land in twenty eleven i asked the gao for the numbers on how much the taxpayers are being shortchanged they couldn't say not only do the hard rock mining.

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"julia simon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"julia simon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fifteen miles west of seattle is one of the nation's largest collections of nuclear missiles what's after triton base the submarine base by my count it's nearly one third of the entire us nuclear arsenal that is their hands kristen's worse than arms control for the federation of american scientists eight trident ballistic missile submarines each of them can carry twenty ballistic missiles on each of those smells can be equipped with up to eight nuclear warheads the submarines and the boeing plants have been in the seattle area for decades long before the consulate opened in nineteen ninetytwo you obviously have to ask yourself if the russians have been spine from this consulate for all these years why hasn't it been closed down many years ago russia has given the united states two days to close its consulate in saint petersburg the white house issued a statement that says russia's response was not unanticipated and the united states will deal with it for npr news i'm john ryan in seattle earlier this month the trump administration opened up a million acres of public land in california for mining to get the mining rights for that land you have to follow america's mining law which dates back to eighteen seventy two julia simon of our planet money podcast went out west to learn how the law works the first thing to do if you wanna make a mining claim find valuable mineral in my case i went looking for gold in the plumas national forest in northern california with a guy named josh ranki put a pan full of mud in a mountain stream got goal dish colored things don't jinx it okay we pan up to the sunlight and we see it glittering some small really small pieces see that right there that's it certainly is a little piece of gold gold gold sakina say say eureka nexta sticky claim we gotta stick put it in the dirt who the paper on the stick says who we are and we this is our discovery you're here for about fifteen dollars an acre we can mind for a year if this sounds like a system used by miners during the gold rush that's because it was william morris stewart was a minor became a senator he wrote.

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