17 Burst results for "Karen Michelle"
"karen michelle" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast
"Socially dieting being around a lot of people raises her anxiety. In real you know what I'm saying. The I like bed she. She owns her mental health. You're what I'm saying that other people re comments in Mark Real in hurt them say of me when I would do that too. Like you was not as much anymore. 'cause obviously talk radio but when. I really cared about what people thought about me like I would. Just keep looking keep looking but now I need to the point where I would have to delete my social media snapchat. Delete my snapchat and stuff so that I couldn't see certain things. Yeah but now I fly ground. Eat yourself you understand yourself and you really do love yourself about those dosier. I who's controversy? We don't care what nobody thing. What's the liberal ANA? Yes she liked. David saving beaten down album about ten. You wait what the fuck she wants to win the fuck in how the function. She doesn't care about nothing. Nothing another person. That people don't like Lizzie Lizzo Lizzo your. Everybody was like a big old thing about her to that basketball game her out. You know not raining. The only reason why they made it such a big deal is because she's a heavier wanting I brought a every wants to do every Started the way with the dip without with the sheer tons would the nipples in shape. She started that way for sure. Let lives on her ass out. If you're not a little booth anything. They cloud they're probably being. Dm's okay let her our. How was Walker to a basketball game with that? Yes okay she might have turn heads but in when she wanNA turn he'd like how Lizzo will journey in a negative way. I would have from from people dot com. It says is a few guidelines for approach someone who engages in self injury so a won't opposite or know somebody that is this what you can do. Obviously we don't but in case I you know but we can help somebody with so it says remain calm Karen Michelle the even if you disagree with their behavior know that this represents a way of dealing with emotional pain. Listen Compassion. Avoid panicking over reaction. Not Show shocker. Revulsion at what they've done not US threats in attempts to stop the behavior do not allow him or her to recount of injury experience in detail as may trigger another session. Don't get appropriate. Do get appropriate help for him or her may.
"karen michelle" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Onset is what's important. If this cat was going about his business everything was fine. They just picked up his behavior. Know Kinda keep things inside the first thing I would do whenever a cat especially adults changes its behavior get him to the vet right away as You know sometimes it's the first sign that there's something wrong with the chasm. They start changing their behavior and they don't they don't typically display a pain response on slate. Your eye we're even a dogwood. Your dog sometimes will yet favor cats. Sometimes they'll just hole up or have these compulsive behaviors and that could be a toothache. Could be something real serious but yet you want to get him to the vet and on that no sure Dr Karen Michelle. Yeah probably WANNA Michelle. Did that go for you? Dr Michel so yeah I mean over. Grooming could be an allergy to something sometimes. Cats are itchy. I've I've seen it a lot when people put baking soda in the Litter or Use Armand Hammer. That adds begging soda. Especially if they're grooming their belly so I guess the question is the cat over grooming everywhere or is it just in one area Sometimes it's a stress behavior and then that's not really Selena kind of medical but some behavioral kind of mixture But if there's other cat in the House that's picking on the cat. There's kids in the house and the cat doesn't like the loud toddler that concerns come out at spe- seen in catfish is over grooming on my own cats. My sister moved in with me when she was going through school. And when my sister moved in with her two cats mice stat Mike CATT SORTA pulling her hair out on her back and it was a stress behavior that went away when my sister and her cats moved out So sometimes I've seen it with that. But then there is other medical instances where early painful you know. It's the cat declawed in having issues with with being painful there. Is there jump wrong? And now it's showing. It could be anything to seeing your veternarian I to kind of rule out. Medical issues is very helpful. Cool Brad and like saying about the onset Dr Michelle Just Kinda. Talk with as well If you can associate it with something that a new person living in the house or a new animal that you brought you know. Sometimes it's a temporary but with cast. It's such a such a funny thing that you you doubt my first thing. I mean for the for the price of a veterinary visit. It's really worth it to you. Know to rule that out first before you take a behavioral all right so this is like the licking show. I think on here for you. Brian is coming from pokey puppy. Why does my dogs lick his bed? Why does he his bed? Any thoughts he curl before he knew he not only curls up in it but he often stands outside of his bed and licks. It could be boredom. I don't know I'm just guessing Why would my dog lick his bed and is their way to train him? Not to because it's weird. Can I just say.
"karen michelle" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"karen michelle" Discussed on KCRW
"Same idea peace and love and we just wanted to see the origins they're Collines introduce themselves as that couple like a picture if you sell these were taken five for Bobby nest ultra and reflection in suit I'm just very grateful to be a very small part of what stock there's a lot of sadness viciousness and selfishness in today's world and there was none of that at Woodstock when you talk about it it doesn't feel like it's fifty years ago man I think that's a fair assessment John Sebastian still lives about an hour and a half away in many ways it doesn't feel that way to me because it was such a high point that kind of amazing experience that you'd carry with you your whole life the kids going to be far let's see is it couldn't happen today so perhaps to experience would would stop was then we now have to go home for NPR news and Karen Michelle in Bethel woods New York after one do you you this is NPR news Thursday morning in the case here in the newsroom and Steve should take this with marble game Hey Steve all right so coming up on greater related ever gonna talk to LA's new city councilman John Lee who won a race this week for the twelfth district in the north west San Fernando Valley.
"karen michelle" Discussed on KCRW
"These proposals are gonna reach the parliament in Nepal before the next climbing season begins in the spring fifty years ago today the tiny town of Bethel New York was transformed into a teeming city of more than four hundred thousand today the site of the Woodstock music and art fair as it was officially called is on the national register of historic places and for some of the folks who were there and others who weren't it's a place of pilgrimage memories and a museum full of memorabilia Karen Michelle went to Bethel woods and brought back this report reporter and I are sitting in what used to be the town of baffles post office in general store now it's a family run cafe we're looking out the window at the nineteen sixty three Pontiac Tempest please have for more than fifty years when his family had a home nearby it's like a Disney world ride to drive in here in the same car that I drove in in nineteen sixty nine it just takes me away it's wonderful Porter was twenty one then he was in the service and is leaving the Woodstock music and art festival coincided thrilled as he was lots of the other locals worked around the sun pharma put ours on the side of the road it's the first thing he notices at Woodstock exhibition in the Bethel woods center for the arts museum which sits on the actual site a sessional porcelain table top with a scribbled that sign on it to chase away the hippies then that says local people speak out stop Max's hippie music festival no a hundred and fifty thousand hippies here Max was maxi Asker owner of the dairy farm and his land would stop took place in the days leading up to the festival Porter says he'd often check in at the general store monitoring the chaos this is ground zero of the pictures you see the traffic jams and people camped on people's lawns and just thousands of people or from the distance every direction two three four lanes of abandoned cars on this two lane road people just left the cars and walked away and didn't come back for the day while most still channel rations the folks at square and no matter where.
"karen michelle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Fifty years ago today the tiny town of Bethel New York was transformed into a teeming city of more than four hundred thousand today the site of the Woodstock music and art fair as it was officially called is on the national register of historic places and for some of the folks who were there and others who weren't it's a place of pilgrimage memories and a museum full of memorabilia Karen Michelle went to Bethel woods and brought back this report reporter and I are sitting in what used to be the town of baffles post office in general store now it's a family run cafe we're looking out the window at the nineteen sixty three Pontiac Tempest for more than fifty years when his family had a home nearby Disney world ride to drive in here in the same car that I drove in in nineteen sixty nine it just takes me away it's wonderful Porter was twenty one then he was in the service and is leaving the Woodstock music and art festival coinciding thrilled as he was lots of the other local support arose farmer put ours on the side of the road it's the first thing he notices at Woodstock exhibition in the Bethel woods center for the arts museum which sits on the actual site a special porcelain table top with a scribbled that sign on it to chase away the hippies then that says local people speak out stop Max's hippie music festival no a hundred and fifty thousand hippies here Max was maxi Asker owner of the dairy farm and his land would stop took place in the days leading up to the festival Porter says he'd often check in at the general store monitoring the chaos this is ground zero of the pictures you see the traffic jams and people camped on people's lawns and just thousands of people or from the distance every direction two three four lanes of abandoned cars on this two lane road people just left the cars and walked away and didn't come back for a day while most still channel radiation the folks at square and no matter where.
"karen michelle" Discussed on DLC
"Review. Classic doom nineteen Ninety-three doom new levels. If you want to submit a review of a game that maybe we haven't talked about or haven't talked about enough, or you just want to give your opinion you can always do that deal. See feedback at g mail dot com. We appreciate everybody who sends in the reviews. And you know what that's actually gonna do it for this episode of DLC. We do have parting gifts coming up. So stick around for that the Caroline petted. Thank you so much for being here. It has been an absolute pleasure. It's been thank you so much for having back. What a great conversation. Thank you so much -absolutely. Well, we hope that this will be a regular occurrence. But in the meantime, where can people find more of your work on line? Yeah. Just you can find me on Twitter at Karen Michelle, and you can find all feminists frequencies work. I act them sequence dot com. Very cool. Christian spicer. How about you what he got going on this week? Well, I'm releasing my third. Thirty five minutes long. It's, it's, you know, it's like the first is good. Then there's like a hard cut I refer back to something that didn't work but then there's like a big laugh. So it's called like this wasn't supposed to be released. How did this get out the story of the internet? It's called this one's for J Thor and no one. Yeah. I like that Twitter's the best way at Spicer to keep in touch in, then I stream this show, which is typically Sundays at seven fifteen PM Pacific time on my twitch, which is twitch.
"karen michelle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The Whitney biennial now underway in New York City is considered a marker of the current state of American art, though, not all of the artists this year are American or living still, there are more artists under forty more women, more native Americans were the ladder is multidisciplinary artist Jeffrey Gibson, this is his first Faneuil, but as Karen, Michelle reports he's already been making a big splash in the art world. The first thing you see walking into the biennial, Jeffrey Gibson, six by eighteen foot flag hanging over the Whitney admissions desk. There are thirteen stripes composed of brightly colored rectangles each with a block, you text and where the stars would be a curse of intriguing to visitors this as thank you for the space you hold. No. You are loved keep on moving. Don't stop Gibson's flags, sort of sets up the biennial with its messages in the stripes, don't make me over. She speaks up to take them down the identifies. She I'm not gonna lie that I don't understand the politics. Putting a flag up like this, but it had to be in the way that it's like I'm not attacking anybody through this flag. It's hopefully a very loving flag. You can't miss it. And you can't miss the artist either Jeffrey Gibson's got a striking geometric tattoo on his right forearm. He's Choctaw Cherokee ancestry clear and upbeat guy all identities reflected in his work. I think that my refusal to enter into kind of binary definition of what I make or how I define myself is something that culturally as a nation, even like the national discussion around identity is kind of unavoidable that we're all coming from many different places, and we represent the crossroads of all of those places the phrase people like us beat it on the chest, one of Gibson's other pieces in the Whitney biennial is taken a traditional buckskin garment suspended from a horizontal teepee people is other sculpture, nearby is a twin set of garments, also suspended. With edges of rainbow colored streamers appliques of old quilt inserts of metallic blue sequin fabric, and in red and yellow letters, the phrase stand, your ground Gibson's views of identity tradition, and art making are inclusive while respecting those who've gone before those makers and materials native people artists in particular. I think have looked at any materials that are acceptable to them as fodder for their work. Give lean Nash, Mobis DNA and associate curator at the national museum of the American Indian at the tip of Manhattan. We're standing in front of a display case there with little tan folded packets of Chinese vermillion. She points out that some might call Gibson's mashups cultural appropriation, but they're part of a long tradition, whether it's taking something like the top of tobacco cans that were discarded by non native people and turning them into ornamentation. Or in the case of this Chinese vermillion, taking a pigment that works really well for their purposes and not questioning where it came. Came from Jeffrey Gibson makes a point of knowing his sources, ash Melby for showed his work sixteen or so years ago when she was the curator at the native American community house in New York City, twenty years from now, I think that people are going to look back on his work, and really see someone who was able to hang onto his multiple identities. And also be successful on a broader bigger stage. Jeffrey Gibson studios in a small town in New York's Hudson valley, an old brick schoolhouse. These are the drums that we had made for the performance at the national portrait gallery titled to name another. Inside on the basketball, court, and in the classrooms, are shows vins holding the soft tanned skins. Porcupine quills beads, birchbark, ribbons, quilts, printed fabrics and metal jingles that are among the materials for gives them the prodigious, work movie, these. Follow the baby everything here, including Gibson's ambition is expansive. I see myself as using the art world to spread a message that I think needs to be out in the world, which is inclusivity its representation of indigenous people. It's ackknowledgement of the history, the material and aesthetic histories of tribal people. There's this gap historically about these histories, existing on the same level and being valued culturally. My goal is to force them into the contemporary canon of what's considered important. That's my goal and I'm using our role to try to do that. And the two thousand nineteen Whitney biennial is part of that mission for NPR news. I'm Karen, Michelle..
"karen michelle" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"But I'll do it later, to like, if you leave and we played again, do in the car. I really do. I it's a thing like you have to hear it in the car. It's not real. You know what I'm saying? When you leave just text me, I will play it again. Even like at this hour. Let me play right now and we'll come back Tricia, your woods here. We have some stuff. Talk about one did something bear thing in front of you. And to you did something that I thought would have been embarrassed for me, but, but you handled it like a champ talking about. I'm embarrassed all the knows what, what? On the Bobby bones show now Tricia earwood all the girls singing. Kayla Caitlyn's on the writers on the song, I love her voice. So she singing, I'm singing, Karen, Michelle, my friend, who had Georgia Raina, singing, and then, and we just double some things. So it's really just a few girls. So what's up? Tell me about the song wide that song, you know, it's, it's interesting. I guess I started looking for songs about a year ago, and I really didn't have agenda. I had didn't have a plan. I just really wanted to make a country record at Bill been a minute. You know. And I just wanna find songs I love this one of the first I heard, and I just liked it kind of reminds me of how felt when I first heard, like, she's in love the boy, like I didn't have like, you know, ever know you never know what's gonna happen on the song you just know you have to love it. And I just liked it. And then after I finished the record and I kinda played it for my little team. G Y. They it just kind of emerged by said, this is this is the one like this is what we need to start with. It's not a it's a girl power song. But it's not it's not a preachy thing is just saying, we're on this together, and I love the you. Got this baby. So what if you don't line that's like that, that sold us on for me? I'm like, sometimes you are on your game. And sometimes you aren't. And it's okay, there's power, I hear it. I feel power for girls guys are almost girls too. You're in every. He can relate. I'm gonna I'm gonna get a sharp. You make your shirt that says that I'm also in every girl. Thank you, trust your. What's your? Okay. So I tell the stories one we were in Los Angeles, and we were all hanging out in a room back, and you had a coffee. Oh my gosh. Yes. And trish. It's a new copy the fresh copy. It's full coffee and Tricia hits it with their knee in expose all over everywhere. And it was the most boss move ever since you whatever. And just wears the coffee. Change..
"karen michelle" Discussed on Here & Now
"Silence to have that basic understanding. So when they are older and facing, you know, more challenges in terms of their mental health that they are better able to to deal with that. So it's almost like really building in a progression. The National Alliance on mental illness now me has all sorts of stats. One of them is that one in five young people live with a mental health condition in the US, but less than half get treatment. So this might also funnel people to real treatment as opposed to education. But as you know, there's opposition there are teachers who don't feel comfortable with these subjects with kids teachers who feel that it should be the parents who handle something like this or a therapist. I think what we say in response to that. Look, it's a very very legitimate issue. And we are really emphasizing that this should be an inclusion of families in this discussion as much as possible again. We don't want psychology went on. We don't want teachers to go and talk about here's the different diagnoses or anything like that. We just want teach. To be able to go in and give a basic knowledge about mental health. And maybe again to your point what you were saying and talk about the things that we already know talk about stigma talk about things like the connection between physical and mental health issues. And we hope that as more and more these discussions going on and people are realizing t- educators families that, you know, this is just a normalization of of a of a condition that hopefully people about be much more open about talking about it. That's Glenn Libman. He's the CEO of the nonprofit mental Health Association of New York state. One of the groups that advocated for the new law there that's just gone into effect requiring all public schools to have some form of mental health education. Glen, thanks so much. Sure. I really appreciate Robin profile now of an artist you may have never heard of her name is Mary course, from southern California. Her body of work goes back to the nineteen sixties despite a steady career she hasn't gained much recognition. Outside the art world. There's never been a comprehensive museum survey of her work until now DEA beacon north of New York City and the Whitney museum of American art in Manhattan are presenting major exhibitions of courses work work that you have to see to fully see as Karen Michelle reports there are times when a friend is telling you about an adventure. They had a concert they attended. And they finally give up saying you just had to be there. And that's how it is with Mary courses paintings because with every team to light in the room every movement made by the you're something else emerges from the deceptive. Apparently monochromatic simplicity. Some of the paintings are thirty feet long twenty feet long. So it takes time as you walk by. So without of your does the work exist. That is a good question. Does a tree fall? I think not. Perception as a lot to do with creating reality course, tries to get at that by creating large canvases filled with rectangles and lines in shades of white that aren't immediately apparent artists and art critic Peter plug ins as both exhibited with and written. About course. He's heard lots of other artists make similar claims about the role of the viewer such an old static troll. You know that every work of art requires a viewer to complete the circuit, probably her more than most courses exhibition at the Whitney is called. Mary course, a survey in light. In fact course, calls yourself a painter of light with that play. Gins does take issue. There's something to commercial about it. It sounds like, you know, sounds painter of light, right? Like, some really bad Parisian artists with seventy five galleries all over the world. Painter of light is probably more compact than painter who screws around with light. We'll you wouldn't want to say that. That of course throughout art history. Painters have been screwing around with light as Whitney curator, Kim comedy points out actually, her practice has to do with something that painters have been thinking about for centuries. Think back to an artist like Carvalho the Italian baroque period. Trying to figure out how do you capture the ephemeral qualities of light something that surround us every day?.
"karen michelle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Under center from the chiefs forty nine at Sony Michelle with Karen, Michelle the forty five a little at the forty yard line of a shelf for the first down to the thirty six yard line. Pickup of twelve on the Plato Markham in the thirty seven. And it's a first down again for the patriots now. Kevin Mark this. Okay. Because they're going to be a lot of yards in this game tonight. Right. Both teams are go up and down the field which teams take advantage of red zone opportunities. You saw New England lose the football on downs in their first possession. And you saw Kansas City not get it done on their possession. So I really believed the willingness got push this ball into the end zone. I doubt at ten thirty seven yard line. Here's Michelle again running up the middle. Breaks one tackle. But he's tripped up by Alan Bailey as he tried to bounce to the left side willing. No gain on the play at second at ten. You can run on this Kansas City defense. I watched every one of their game tapes this week their linebackers are not really downhill bumpers. They're very worried about the path game. So they put in number forty eight linebacker turned Smith, you can get downhill on this team. And so far what how many Carrington and what kind of front yard. We don't even Michelle six carries for forty three yards. I read having to carry you can run downhill on this team. Two receivers left of the line. You've got gronkowski along the right side of the line with Dwayne Allen. Patterson motion play action the toss Brady little bit wide of Sony. Michelle who was open at the thirty five writing this that one and it's down at ten at the interesting because usually what happens Gavin will you come off a play action fake with your back to the defense and turn around you're supposed to read high to low which means the deepest receiver to the shortest gronkowski was the deep receiver and he had Parker on his back by two yards. I'm really surprised. He just checked it down that quickly patriots for one tonight on third down chiefs of actually done a very good job. Defensively. Holding teams on third down to twenty nine percent. Conversion rate teams don't get to third down a lot against the chiefs. Third down and ten at the thirty seven yard line. Shotgun snap to Brady dropped the throw standing on the logo pass caught by HOGAN who stopped at the thirty. That is three yards. Short of a first down. Tripped. Up by KENDALL fuller among others and now fourth and three and the patriots or bring the field goal unit ought to try to tie this up. You haven't said the name Justin Houston yet. And the reason they're chipping Bronco. He stayed in the fullback spin on them with Justin Houston Justin Houston out of the game. That's what they're doing. The forty eight yard try. More Stephen Gostkowski seven for eight on the year that kick on the way plenty of distance and Gostkowski has got it. Stephen Gostkowski with his long of the year that one from forty eight to tie the game at three apiece. Five eighteen remaining in the first quarter three. You're listening to Sunday night football on Westwood One. From from a bear messing up the car interior to a dear damaging a pool liner, we've covered it talked to farmers. We.
"karen michelle" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Radio one more time happy father's day to all your listeners was there was mike great audience each and every sunday for two hours my name is and what you believe we have a son ronald varo peer wool joining me today after all wonderful get together at his home but as family lovely by ashley clinton and daughter devon welcome to the show rilot well hello dad and happy father's day to you first and foremost on this a great day to respect fathers across the country it was great seeing you earlier but even more of a distinct honor and pleasure to broadcast with you yet again let's talk a little bit about your work as you're dead at microsoft and now at whitlock just gave a little bit of an idea to this national audience would you please ron sure you bet well many years ago i decided for good or for bad not to follow in your footsteps in the in the restaurant business certainly love food and love travel but i i entered into the technology arena and today work with various collaboration technologies such as videoconferencing and make design collaboration rooms for large corporations and universities and healthcare organizations all over the country in what i'm doing specifically with whitlock we formed a partnership with herman miller one of the great icon acc furniture manufacturers and we design conference rooms and collaboration rooms with both furniture as well as technology integrated together so that's my latest thing and i'm having a blast your we're so pleased to have not only you and your family here in denver colorado where i've lived for many many years with my lovely by team but also your sister my daughter karen michelle herman bloomberg gone through this afternoon and we're very lucky you'll have your boss our great grandchildren not greatgrandchild but amazing wonderful grandchildren i mentioned already devon and quentin and also the twin steer lily and then our grown up teacher christopher herman ron you have traveled the world already and how did you meet your lovely wife and where did you travel to von sure show finished up college at american university in washington dc which is a wonderful experience you provided me with forever grateful for that great father's day and i met actually we both studied international business.
"karen michelle" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Thousands of zona educators marched on the state's capital for a third day today marianna dale of member station k j z z reports teachers from around the state came to phoenix to speak to their lawmakers directly erica flora's teaches first grade in rural eastern arizona she and several other teachers from her school came to the capitol to meet with their local legislator who supports the governor's plan to increase teacher salaries twenty percent by the year twenty twenty floors is skeptical i don't understand forecasting into the future and not being able to have a budget that really truly does extend that far it makes me nervous the governor announced friday he had reached a deal with lawmakers on a budget that includes funding for education but released no details arizona teachers are among the lowest paid in the country for npr news i'm audie on dale in phoenix the city of detroit is once again in control of its finances michigan return financial control to the city today after three years of balanced budgets into summer of two thousand fourteen motorcity exited the largest municipal municipal bankruptcy in us history restructuring seven billion dollars in debt and setting aside one point seven billion dollars in savings and revenue over a decade to improve city services but since then the city was overseen by a financial review commission as part of the budgeting restructuring plan alstreet lower by the closing bell this is npr dr ronnie jackson who withdrew his name for consideration to be the next secretary of veterans affairs will return to the white house medical team but will no longer be president trump's personal physician ex and dropped out of consideration for the va job amid allegations that he drank on the job and over prescribed medications he denies those claims dude lieber who turned handbags into high art niger today at her home on long island she was ninety seven years old karen michelle reports the liebers purses adorned the arms of movie stars and first lady's dunes levers from gary and parents wanted her to be a chemist but ruled or two gun in the way and she went to work in a handbag factory she married an american gi and moved to new york eventually she started her own business as she told me last year i won't do to make something that was more interesting and more special than what other people made beated confections in the shape of.
"karen michelle" Discussed on Here & Now
"Of knowledge but more than that abraham says a number of the degrees being considered are already offered its repetitive he says repetitive in a state where the resources to support higher education are hard to come by creating this internal competition probably not healthy for the state and certainly not healthy for the state budget despite the criticism the ohio department of higher education has recently wrapped up the public comment portion of its review process stephanie davidson says neck's comes department approval and outside accreditation sinclair community college could begin offering its bachelor's degree and drone technology in the fall of 2019 sinclair student carter makarevych will have completed his associate degree by then but says he'd come back for the fouryear programme that's acknowledges noon cutting edge method in with an with his twodegree and the comeback for the fouryear degree then wanna makovich wants to work in agriculture tracking soil levels or monitoring crops but knows in an upandcoming industry he has plenty of options for here and now i'm ashton mara well the academy awards are sunday night and among the nominees for best documentary short is heaven is a traffic jam on the 405 it's director frank frank stifles third film each one is about strong women and mindy her is the focus of this one it's a story about a person who's stares down personal challenges through art karen michelle has more heaven is a traffic jam on the 405 opens with the scene of meaty alber happily stuck in los angeles traffic i love being up four five free role in my car during.
"karen michelle" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thirtyfouryearold visual artist nj decca aachen yuli crosby is a creature of two worlds she was born in nigeria and has lived in the us for almost two decades she weaves those worlds together into a largescale paintings last year crosby was named a macarthur genius and she has shows in baltimore and new orleans running at the same time karen michelle reports into decca i can usually crosby's paintings are really big sum up to eight feet by ten feet their portriats of groups of people send in nigeria or brooklyn nor los angeles melded with black and white photographs of politicians images of ancestors most of them women and objects that signify life in both cultures a to hold rice a kerosene lamp ikeya furniture i think the point i make in my work is that my home is nigeria and the united states at the same time enter decca can you in crosby hold citizenship in both countries listens to both grace jones and nigerian pop in her studio and when filling out forms never knows where to call her permanent residence doubt really is what it means for meets again immigra is this navigation of two worlds at the same time in many of her works there's a sort of portal between the figures and open space in a wall between them and she often paints members of her family there's a striking image in the new orleans museum of art of a group sitting around a table the artist the standing gazing down at the only white person in the group her husband that is usually based on what happened the first time he visited nigeria yet though was a very serious family meets aimed at probably had three times the number of people in that came thin and it was so young man what i apply are you going to marry her yeah like how you guys making work in a country that is still very races they now have a young son a painting of the tang museum and saratoga springs new york includes a depiction of the artist embraced by her husband kneeling her feet in their us home in bury the museum's director says this is a critical time.
"karen michelle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Midst of cities that didn't connect very directly to the city outside i got the fair criticism i think it it certainly in retrospect it's hard to say exactly what that men at the moment in the '60s and '70s but now looking back certainly those those were buildings that were entirely aloof from their surroundings one of the high it's that portman designed described what you could find there has indoors sightseeing so the idea was that you could find all the attractions of the city without having to step outdoors but there was a kind of optimism in that effort in those designs herbert move sean ththey architecture critic of the new york times described portland's approaches architecture at happy hour which i think really nicely sums up the the optimism among them and so there was hurting lee a lot of anxiety and wariness about the place of these buildings in an urban landscape but once you were inside your meant to forget all of that christopher hawthorn motherless angeles times thanks for talking with his today thanks very much robert the thirtyfouryearold visual artist ngo decca aachen yuli crosby is a creature of two worlds she was born in nigeria and has lived in the us for almost two decades she weaves those worlds together into her largescale paintings last year crosby was named a macarthur genius and she has shows in baltimore and new orleans running at the same time karen michelle reports into decca can you cross these paintings are really big sum up to eight feet by ten feet their portriats of groups of people said in nigeria or brooklyn nor los angeles melded with black and white photographs of politicians images of ancestors most of them women and objects that signify life in both cultures a bolder hold rice.
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"The field and awkward woman in a pink dress propped up on spent the arms seen from behind gazing at a house in barn in the distance i think she's thinking about leaving and take them along look back at home in the life that that she is way know enough that's what the office said but it's always been sort of how i felt about it she's torn that whether to go or stay who woman was annachristina olsen she was physically disabled and wioth a t her crawling across a field moma's laura hoffman using wireless word for olson's disability says the artist was clear about what he wanted to show the museum of modern art when we buy work by living artist we send the living artist a question here and we sent f one and he was very forthright about the fact that he was painting a person who's horrifically crippled i think he said but that he wanted to make sure that this was not the painting specifically about a crippled person that it was a painting about in a way about aspiration the museum of modern art acquire christine is world in nineteen 48 for what was then a huge some eighteen hunger dollars funds with art museum curator michael kohlmann necci says wioth was creating something different from his peers and wire painted cristina's world and it was acquired by museum of modern art within twelve months of that acquisition there's an august issue of life magazine with jackson pollock on the cover and the feature story is is jackson pollock america's greatest living painter within twelve months those two works of art represent the absolute polar opposite of what is happening in america at that moment and maybe that's why is world is hanging in a hallway instead of around the corner in a gallery with the pollock's for npr news and karen michelle is a big green tential warning label across the cover of martha broken broach new book loves it's a series of letters between a mother and a daughter little girl named lucy against right santa claus wenchi she seven martha broken bros in our studios at npr west can i get you to read the first three lines that letter dearest santa how.