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"katayama" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"katayama" Discussed on Relacionamento Fora da Caixa

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"katayama" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"katayama" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"Where we've leveled the playing field. Every look has to be designed within a period of time prior to the show like you're you're put into sewing quarantine for two weeks. I dunno whatever. I it doesn't matter but the the idea being that everything is a may is look that was made by the queen using the same budget could have somebody else they could have somebody make it for them and pay thing but that's their budget. They could follow the project runway situation. I wonder after all the twenty thousand dollars gowns that people become accustomed to if you have a season of queens were just working with a five thousand dollar budget if then the vic greater mass of people watching are like oh god. This should look at these dumb dresses. The so boring me the look so it's a rock and a hard place situation and i just think instead of trying to figure out who's right and who's wrong and who's drag race doing wrong and who's being you know put down or ignored. There's also all these other nuances. That i think are worth considering as we talk about lake deliberate casting. Also some obvious things about this reasons casting worth mentioning you know. I think i think with the queen's that come on the show there is a way to kind of level the playing field just a bit. I do but to your point about you know the fans kind of getting a little bit more. You know. they're getting so much of this type of drag on tv that when they go to the club. It's not that and they all become these michelle visas. You know you could say the same about a lot of you know the in the art world or the fashion world people just think that there are these experts and they don't consider all of the other stuff at the end of the day for me i. It should be a great show if all you have to do is show me a look. That is only gonna be the first two or three minutes that i'm gonna admire it. Then you need to put on a show then. There needs to be something behind it and i want. If i'm watching drag race i get it right like the runways are so many seconds long that we see these looks or whatever minutes long. There's got to be so much more reality. Tv to cast. And i just think you know the casting is so important. You can't just cast the pearls of of the season again. We've talked about pearl so much on season. Seven she got a lot of flack pros great queen and did so well on that season. But you know you think about the producer. Hat that rupaul put on and talked about. It's like oh these kids are gonna love this queen and when i think about a crystal for saatchi at a new business in these younger queens the audience base is younger and has these expectations about illusion. And all of that. And i feel like the producers are casting younger and a specific type of drag now. Because that's what's going to get the fans katayama telling right whereas someone like ginny lemon is a nice like oh look. It's cheney lemon and there is a devoted fan base. Virginia lemon but to your point there are there. You know..

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"katayama" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:36 min | 10 months ago

"katayama" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Goes sketches very very re tweets people in the right length. Take talk apparently dying of swimming and once they all sleep four weeks. This is so like. I said but yes thank you. That's nice. I think because we will have. This is doing a show. I think at the soho in a couple of weeks time for two weeks. And he's a brilliant show. And i think it's and we're all like yet explorer impersonal jerseys in. She is just go back from brussels. she's doing the show called parliament. that's french. This is a huge hit on french. Television is the only practice gary and she doesn't speak french they she doesn't really know anyone else is saying we'll just thrilled to be there very well. This the pocus read together and you do all things online separately as well is called nobody panic. And you've listened. I've listened to it before is one of my own my library but i've listened to couple this week and he's got an interesting because they they vary in terms of seriousness and it's about as life guide for young people really isn't it four year old man is everybody. We actually got a surprisingly robust. Forty five to sixty good men is because you know you think people get older and their lives. 'cause we like to ask their ages fifteen o c and kind of like was i was in the end of two thousand. Fifteen was the debris. I'd just come on. This is good content. Sorry sorry to. It was two thousand and fifty two dozen sixty but the but the wasn't sorry sorry just a period of time when we were in also late and being like not live together and it was very like came from a place. Like this would be really. I'd like to listen to this place in our thirties. It's different the audiences now bigger range and now like house loaded. Dishwasher is and. I'm just talking about the fact that you didn't. You don't have a dishwasher. You've just got dishwasher to rinse eight in the renovate wall. Yes you know. You'll giving advice on is this is all about like. It didn't katayama sturdy. Funny because i've never hosted one is insane during the call and really do them but then just those ones are fun because people just like. Oh yeah i not spine and is more of a comedy podcast. But then some the acqua south helping but it was like it because your find you you obviously research it. I think what you can do with as a fifty four year old hasn't research any of the stuff just coming in and say he thinks he should do. You need that. I can do that. About dishwashers really done. The dishwasher one and corrected. What would you not the one by sam wants. One nice really helped you out. You have to do it my way. I do it with me. 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I was like you have fancy but not actually like them very disagree. I i didn't because crucially the main word in one night stand is night one. You've got to one time. But you don't anything i'd say about that is you. Don't always know before doing his opinion. One nine. I wouldn't be wondering what happened. Then you know. I'm too shy to call them back in the days. When i was having one night stands there was before the internet. You have to actually get someone's phone number and ring them up. And i was always to shine the cool you know i was. It was felt too much to ring that. No one night stand. That is the first night of what you hope is a big relationship now said that just like another go because i was got two nice down so it's interesting to have pretty good to have people talking about the rangers subjects. You talking about in this show. I'd you're also doing a book version. Yeah yeah published in the beginning of lockdown and said. I assume all your works been canceled. 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"katayama" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

08:33 min | 10 months ago

"katayama" Discussed on Gugacast

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go backwards, but we can't build our followers. What? Why is it taking so long? Does California's Department of Corrections rehabilitation have a plan for when these programs can return? So we think it's a few things. I think that it's CDCR has really been under the microscope for the past year. Because it is the place that the biggest covert 19 outbreaks happened. CDCR is very worried about you know, Getting flak for reopening too soon is the opinion of Michael being isn't risk free. No, it's not this clearly You have to balance that. The horror look of continued social isolation. You know it is. It's not safe to be locked in yourself. They had a road map to reopening that they released last year in August, But you know to the attorney Michael Bean says. It's still doesn't move quickly enough in terms of what incarcerated people know. You know, A lot of the folks that I've spoken with. Haven't heard anything from CDC are and They feel totally in the dark about when things are going to reopen. That's the million dollar question. Alan Memory told me that from what he has talked to others about they're expecting on June 15th. When the governor has said that the economy will be mostly open in the rest of California. They're expecting that. That's when CDCR will be opening up to. We can't open on the inside and they're gonna open up. So the rumor is it's in June. So let's say in that because Gavin Newsom said it on TV. Jude defeat. Everything should be open up in, uh Act the way it was before I call the 19. You know, it sounds like even though cases are way down the pandemic has still had this really huge impact on people on the inside and lasting ways. I mean, you think about just the amount of Help that we in outside society needed to get through this pandemic. I mean, um, therapy services and mental health services have been sought out in record numbers. Going out for walks and getting involved in volunteering in the community. I mean, we've we've had outlets, and yet it has still been so difficult for people on the outside. For people on the inside. They've had mental health services scaled back hugely. The You're not being rehabilitated, and they are in many cases. Worse off in terms of their mental health. You know, I've been locked up 12 years, Okay and thistles the worst by far year I've ever had in my life, and it's just Packed five years packing one People are still struggling. I mean, you hear from Alan and others that I've spoken with that this is going to take a long time to prepare and They don't quite see the light of the end of the tunnel yet. That's KQED Skate Wolf speaking with Devon Katayama, host of our Podcast the Bay You can listen to more of this story and kqed dot org's I'm Brian. What? You're listening to morning edition on KQED. A 29 is the time Let's go back to Joe McConnell for Look at Bay Area traffic. Just a stalled vehicle. But it's a pretty big back of developing and Marin 11 south and its central Sandra fell slow down starts at Marine would It's a lot worse, though, on 6 80 north bound from Concord into Martinez because of the crash, it's still working with at least one lane block before the highway for interchange in the backup is not quite the highway to 42. Before also crawling along without it. He stole the crashes. Pittsburgh over debate point and slow also approaching the Port Chicago highway now where there might be another hit and run vehicle crash and 80 westbound crashing, your cutting is out of the way heavy traffic from hilltop but improving Joe McConnell for KQED traffic support from Lucky and Lucky. California support for KQED comes for me Be the International School of Berkeley, now accepting applications for the Middle school international track. Where students learn in small groups.

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Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters to become first Japanese man to claim major title

CBS Sports Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Hideki Matsuyama wins Masters to become first Japanese man to claim major title

"Every year we have a new story to tell. At Augusta National, and this time the story is told. Had decade. Matsuyama, the first Masters and major champion from Japan. He wins the green jacket in the 85th Masters at 10 under par for the tournament, one shot clear. American Will's Allah Taurus and Charlie Reimer under a bright blue sky at the end of the day, today hit Deck E Matsuyama as his countrymen. Woke up on a Monday morning in Japan provided them with a moment they'll never forget. Moment he'll remember for the rest of his life. Well, he played with so much pressure on his shoulders today, and when you when you look at the great players that have come out of Japan Going back to Jumbo Ozaki, who got to be a high as number five in the world. Three top tens and majors a sellout. Okey 1980. He finished second to Jack Nicklaus in the U. S Open five top tens and majors who was the first Japanese male toe went on the PGA Tour 1983 the hole out in Honolulu. Jack Renner was on the losing side of that. Hole out Tommy Nakajima six top tens and major. Some of the other great Japanese players. Shingo Katayama, Joe Ozaki. Yo Ishikawa, she gave keep Mariama Um, this victory is is on the back of the hard work that those players did. They sort of laid down the path for four, um, a decade and Coming into this. His accomplishments in the gang had already exceeded every one of the great players that I mentioned with the five wins on the PGA Tour Ah player that has been as high as number two in the world. But to carry all of that on his shoulders that the nation of Japan and an Olympic year And that If you start getting to the finances, there was speculation that if he were to win today, it might be worth a billion dollars to him and to go out and pull it off. Really, really Special day. It's

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A special edition of the Bay Podcast from KQED. I'm Devin Katayama. So you've been hearing a live virtual event that we did recently with a group of KQED reporters all about what life in the bay will be like this year. Spoke with education reporter Vanessa Ran Kanye Arts, associate editor Nasty of Window Scalia and Tech and Labor reporter Sam Barnett. Sam. I want to talk about work now because this is interrelated with everything that's intersecting with their lives right now. School and work and you know you have been reporting on a lot of statewide issues in California related to work. And the big One I think was prop 22. Can you just explain just a little bit about prop 22? What happened this last year? And how you're thinking about that in 2021. Yeah, the nutshell. Prop 22 legalized the gig Worker model, which just means that companies like uber and insta card can deny their workers employee benefits. It's one of the biggest labor stories in the last few decades, you know, earlier and follow Did this this project how we got here, which was looking back in the last 50 years of how corporations have undermined the working class. How in America more and more has shifted from shareholders on away from workers and the gig. Economy is that is the tip of that transition. And how are you seeing that ripple out in the Bay Area? Well, it's Vanessa was saying, I mean, I was think about when Vanessa was talking, just thinking about school and stuff, and I've interviewed so many people who used to have a service job, you know, they lost their service job. Now they're doing instead. Carter door dash and you interview them at their home. They had, like two or three kids on zoom calls doing school. They're like going to go do their instant card shift. I mean, it's a mess. Um, you know, so I think a lot of people You know, your rant went down a tiny bit, but still, it's really none of extremely unaffordable here on Dure. Just seeing people are desperate for any kind of work that they could get. And this work is unprotected and, you know, people. Just in a difficult position. It's also the gig workers there is it is the type of work that a lot of people are turning to now, having lost other jobs. I know Nastya, you've reported a lot about the arts sector, taking a huge hit during the pandemic. So when you think about 2021 what There's so many things to think about with the arts. But what's on your mind? Yeah, on definitely thinking about which places can make it through the rest of the pandemic. Events won't be back at their full capacity until everyone is vaccinated. So what does that mean for the small theaters and independent then use the aren't backed by giant corporations like Live nation or aren't huge nonprofits backed by a Balti Foundation? And then what happens to other people that worked at those places like the light text sound? People on the bartenders and people like that. Most of them are still unemployment, So I think whatever federal Unemployment relief that can come from the Biden administration will make a huge difference for these people, in addition to state and local efforts, and then also, I'm looking out for what audiences can expect, because you know, we we won't have in person music or theater events any time soon, so people are getting creative of Online events and then also, as the sea opens back up, We'll see more things like driving concerts as well. Well, interesting. Let's talk a little bit about those creative fixes or short term solutions that are happening in the arts. Is that Is what's happening to kind of fill that void or that gap enough. And if not, then who is filling that gap? It's not. I mean, is it state? Is it federal money that has to come in or people finding other ways to do it? You kind of talked a little bit about Having the means to be able to do that. Maybe that means like fundraising and things like that, But I'm curious. How are those gaps getting filled? Yeah, a lot of independent artist, sir just purely out of work because they can't tour and that was for music. At least that was the main way that they made their income. So, yeah, A lot of them are getting unemployment, others who may be more underground or emerging, beginning artists whose income from their artisan all documented and on the books. May not qualify for unemployment, so I know it's kind of a mixed bag. I know a lot of people are applying for artists grants. There's been a lot of non profits that have come out like hardly strictly, for example, that are giving pretty big grants to artists. Well, not big, but you know, at least something Tonto lost a couple of months. But yeah, and then I think this is where my be really crosses over with Sam's where a lot of these people are turning to get work. There's things like insta car. A lot of artists have created accounts on Pastry on and even websites like on Lee fans. I interviewed a touring musician who now is a kindergarten teacher for an unofficial learning pod. So there's just lots of things like that going on. Wow. Uh, I mean, I guess I'm not surprised in the arts that there's a lot of creativity and how they do their work. I think Vanessa like thinking about schools and house structured schools are in terms of where they get their money. And what even a day look like day looks like I wonder like, how are the gaps in education getting filled if they are getting filled? There are some community organizations in different parts of the state in Oakland in L. A that have stepped up and created some of their own supply. Words really their own distance learning model that at least according to parents, I've talked to who are doing that is working better than the district's model. Beyond that. Teachers and other educators have stepped up in some pretty amazing ways. I'm when we saw lots of people donate their their relief checks to students. They've their food distribution efforts. People are dealing with trying to get people Immigration lawyer's trying to get them protected if they're under threat of eviction, So just a lot of like one on one help and like I said huge, huge Tech support efforts by teachers. And then there's been a ton. I mean, Sam maybe can speak to this. But there already was a trend towards schools turning to private sector funding because of Disinvestment at the state level. And I think that we've only seen that accelerate, You know, 10 Million of the $13 million that Oakland raised by devices for students came from Jack Dorsey. And I mean, we've seen that another like at the statewide level we've seen our officials turned toe. The private sector and philanthropic dollars in some cases, and you know, we all know who did well in the pandemic right along musk bays owes, you know they're all they're worth tens and tens of millions of more dollars and A grievance has been really interesting to see this turned to the private sector. Not even think of two simple things like right now we're on Zoom, which is owned by a third party organization. You know, we all use Google docks now and Black and so that in the workplace, that's that's an issue and then also in schools like they're using private, you know, uh, software controlled by private companies. I mean, I think the same thing about the jobs and instead card indoor dash. I mean the argument that the good companies are making are like, Hey, listen, there's no jobs right now. We're filling in the gap. But the flip side of that is Good companies because they classified the workers. Contractors never played paid into state unemployment. So there's no unemployment for all the uber and lyft drivers when they couldn't drive because of the pandemic, So it does. I mean, this is the biggest story. I think I think for all of us is this private public? You know how much is it gonna be totally free market and privatize And how much is the federal and state and local governments going to step step in I I want end, at least, are part of the conversation on a smudge of a positive note. As we can so Nazi, I'm gonna go back to you and ask you over the last year. What's one bright spot that you've seen come out of Your art's reporting our people in the arts that you'd like to share. The bright spot that early emergence for me, I think mutually A lot of people have really banded together to donate unemployed workers. The prayer nightlife fund comes to mind. It's AH, It's an organization that spring up during the pandemic, and they're giving out survival grants to people who are unemployed.

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"katayama" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"katayama" Discussed on KGO 810

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are violating all the rights of citizens, Our freedom of movement. Our country has blocked on all sides. People are locked in their homes either way free or we have nothing. Thiss government cannot continue its astonishing the things that are happening. I can't believe it. Facebook has made a $1.3 million donation to Britain's Bletchley Park, where codebreakers decrypted Nazi communications during the second World War. The company said it was recognizing the sights legacy as the birthplace of modern computing after it lost nearly all its income due to the pandemic. A Japanese tourist stronger than Peru. Sins March because of the pandemic has been treated to a solo visit off the Inca ruins of Marshall Picture. Jesse Katayama had intended only a short trip to the country. Taking a visit to the famous citadel. But the day after he arrived on lock down was announced, and he has ended up living in the town next to marshal P. True BBC World News. And thank you for the latest. Hello. Welcome to newspaper clear on DH. Lawrence. President Trump feeling powerful wanted to kiss everyone. We are on the campaign trail in crucial swing state, Florida first rally since he was hospitalized. Speaking of the virus, parts of Britain faced tougher restrictions than ever as cases saw also nine million covert tests in five days. Now the Chinese plan to basically do an entire city in less than a week on we talk about Grandmaster Cheat on the scandal in international chess, your chuck So you did there. Lawrence hey,.

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Interview with Pete Evanow

Cars That Matter

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Pete Evanow

"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter I'm here today with Pete Evans. I'm glad you could join us. Hello Pete is the author of Nissan's e fifty years of exhilarating performance. It was just published this year by motor books an imprint of Corto press I'm here to tell you I have the book and hand and among all of the recent automotive publications this one really stands apart congratulations on a great project pay. Thank you very much I. really appreciate that it was a labor of love I put it together fairly quickly. Because it was something that Nissan jumped on board at a last minute decision was interesting being really did make a big deal out of the twenty fifth anniversary and I don't know why. But it didn't really occur to them to do much about the fiftieth anniversary. Then all of a sudden somebody internally said we have to and that was Hiroshi Mariah. They got in touch with their licensing agency, which is emi and EMI contact and motor books motor books. Contacted me because I had written an earlier version of thirty fifth anniversary, and so we put this together really in a little less than a year. Notice. The forward is by Hiroshi tomorrow and obviously had a hand in recognizing that fifty years of Zina's as you call it Pete. You've got kind of an interesting career. Obviously, you're Z. Aficionado, but you're also a professor in the Department of Communications Cal State Fullerton probably as we talk about your book about. The history of the Z. Cars will maybe get into a little bit of the market speak that went along with essentially introducing a whole car a whole new concept to a whole new audience. That is the North American audience for whom a sports car from Japan was a brand new unthinkable concept back in nineteen seventy. I know this isn't your first. Z.. Car Rodeo either because it published Z thirty, five years of Nissan Sports car in two, thousand five. It's hard to imagine that the name plate is as old as it is for its thirty fifth anniversary. There was some pretty exciting things happening to but I guess related start at the beginning. Let's go back and look Z. Legacy from the start you and I are old enough to remember that back in the sixties and early seventies Japanese cars were by enlarge disregard I'm being charitable I'd say joke in some ways but they were no joke because of course Honda and Toyota essentially took over their respective markets and Dotson did the same but really the only sports car we had back in the sixties was the Toyota two. Thousand and that was such a rare esoteric piece of work that it almost doesn't count. Nissan did try. They had a sixteen hundred little sports car was a little convertible started as a sixteen hundred. They call it the fair lady in Japan of course, and then they brought it over here to the US, and then it became a slightly larger motor and they had it with the two liter the colored, the two thousand by remember that two thousand. Well, a friend of mine had a Canary Yellow One and I thought it was an amazing thing. It was right up there with any MGB, except that it was more reliable and. A grey little competitive car and Peter Brock raised it. So did Bob Sharp on the East Coast and so that kind of really established footprint if you will for Nissan at least from a motor sports standpoint and it gave them some credibility and it really provided the power I guess internally to look at a genuine sports car hardtop version and you can always thank Mr k. you talk Yama who pushed that card the Z. initially and he was here in America as the president of Nissan, USA and he went back to Japan. And we really have to have a sports car that is affordable and is something that everyone can afford here in the United States, and so he basically got the idea of democratising a sports car. You mentioned the Toyota two thousand GT was an incredible car but didn't really have the legs to expand. They didn't really bring it over here in significant quantities and it was a very expensive car as opposed to little roadsters. Remember Papa Bondra used to thousands for his driving school they were so good and reliable and relatively inexpensive the. Toyota was essentially unaffordable and it was fragile and even though it did a little bit of racing there just wasn't enough critical mass to really make it stick. Nissan. Really wanted to be the first to come in their Honda was here but they made really small throwaway cars to begin with them shoebox as I think the only thing smaller was at Subaru three sixty that looked like an egg with. Wales. And Nissan was ahead of their time of course, they were called Dotson then but they came out with their to forty and. Late sixty nine, but they also had a pickup truck and so those were two key markets that they used to go after slightly different audiences. But that's how they penetrated the US market at least initial. So many times a great name plate like the to forty comes about because of the vision of a single person or a tight team and you talk about the talk cut yama or Mr K. Katayama. Son was obviously an interesting guy and he must have been doing something. Right? He lived to be one hundred, five years old. That's a remarkable thing in and of itself you speak very fondly of in your book can you give us a little insight into what it took to get his own corporate colleagues superiors to buy into his crazy idea as a sports car for America I think you just a force and he just had such incredible passion. I had the pleasure of meeting with him several times and you'd him not only for my previous book but also speaking to him in several the Zekan's and car shows I mean he was very passionate. Loved people. As they said in his slogan Love Life Love People, you couldn't not like him I hate double negative but the fact is, is that I believe that his passion. and his persuasive skills were partially enough to demonstrate that he could sell this car United States and I think that's what it talked to convince his contemporaries, his colleagues in Japan that if he could have the opportunity to bring the Z. here in America, he would show them that that was the right car at the right time and he would be successful with it and they believed they were a little skeptical his colleagues in Japan but they obviously invested in the car and said, okay now it's up to you and your colleagues to make sure that this happens and it did

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Leader, a crowd of demonstrators around the outside of the Capitol building in Hartford. He opposed a bill aimed at lifting the current protection afforded police officers from civil suits unless they've engaged in willful and wanton conduct. Retired Sergeant Andrew Matthews is executive director of the Police union. Every single cop in the state should not have to worry about being arrested and prosecuted or being financially bankrupt because they're doing a job for the employer. One author of the bill says the measure would incentivize municipalities. To shed officers that use excessive force for NPR news. I'm Frankie Graciano. That's congressional Lawmakers wrangle over details of a proposed new round of Corona virus relief for jobless Americans. White House has dropped its plan to cut Social Security payroll taxes. The attacks could have been opposed by some top Senate Republicans on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was down 353 points. This is NPR. Live from KTVT News. I'm Devin Katayama, a San Francisco refugee legal centre is applauding a Canadian courts decision striking down an agreement that sends asylum seekers back to the U. S. If they show up at the Canadian border. As his immigration editor, Tiki Hendrix reports the court found conditions in U. S immigration detention are inhumane and violate people's rights. Since 2004 Canada has returned asylum seekers who first passed through the U. S because the United States is a so called safe third country. But the Federal Court of Canada ruled this week that the U. S. Is not safe for people seeking refuge from persecution. That's because immigration authorities here lock up asylum seekers, sometimes without heat, food or medical care, and with very little access to legal help. Karen Musalo, who directs the San Francisco based Center for Gender and Refugee Studies, testified in the case. And she said the ruling should be a quote. Wake up call about conditions in the US asylum system. I'm Tiki Hendrix. The news. The Alameda chief of police, Paul Real, Eri is planning to step down. His resignation comes three months after Alameda police officers arrested a black man for dancing and exercising in the street. The rest was caught on video. I miss White is the lead organizer of a C L U people Power in Alameda. He says The chief's resignation allows the city to move forward and making a decision. He creates space for our community to now re imagine our public health. And wellness and now to examine the police department and its budget with the more anti racist you In a statement, Relayrides said it was the appropriate time to move on. And Giulio. I'm Devin Katayama for the news. Support for NPR comes from Heather,.

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KQED Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sacramento. It's 5 30 It's K K V news, and I'm Devin Katayama. Some students in San Francisco will be able to attend in person community learning hubs run by the city this fall while still needing approval from public health officials. Mayor London Breed announced the plan today, saying 40 hubs across San Francisco will provide the city's most vulnerable students, including those from low income households and youth experiencing homelessness. And English language learners with support during distance learning here with us now to explain more about how these hubs are going to work safely for students during this pandemic is Phil Ginsberg, general manager of the city's recreation and Parks Department, which is one of the agency's heading the operation. Phil, Thanks for joining us. Oh, my pleasure. I think many parents are gonna be really relieved to get this news. They can start registering their kids beginning August 15th and the program's going to begin in September. But how sure are you that you're going to get thesis in off from public health officials on this Well, we've been working closely with our public health officials all along. This is really not a new programme since the school district closed back in March. We operated emergency healthcare during the spring, which morphed into a summer camp program that is going on now, which will Morph into these community learning hubs in the fall, So we are are confident that our public health officials support the concept. And, more importantly, we're very confident that we can do this safely. Because we've been We've been doing it for a while now. Yeah, well, let's talk about the safety precautions that air going into this because, as we know, many school districts are choosing, you know not to do in person learning. And so what are the safety precautions with these hubs? Let me start out by saying it's because Many school districts, including San Francisco's are not doing in person learning that we that the mayor and the department, Children, youth and family and recreation parks and many nonprofits, including feel like It's really important to support many of our honey Children to be successful at distance learning. So we're using the same principles that we've been using for emergency childcare in summer camps, which is our very contained, you know, pause of Children and depending upon the space or the facility. There could be, you know, one pot or multiple pods of up to 12 Children with consistent staff with mask wearing at all times. A lot of hand washing and social distancing. So 40 hubs around the city. Tell me a little bit about how they're gonna work and what kinds of students these hubs are going to serve two related programs that will be launching in a few weeks, you know, really focused on two populations. One is for Children whose parents are on the front lines of this disaster. And then to the second population are you know kids who need us? Most continued, looks a little extra help going forward. What do you think, are either some of the biggest concerns or challenges you have for maintaining a program like this? You know, we're not exactly sure. Because learning model yet that s F us is going to utilize as the curriculum gonna look the same for kids who are in the same grade but in different schools, and then you know, at our facilities. We're going to have kids in a you know a variety of age ranges, so making sure that we can be there toe support our kids. It's not perfect and Isn't going to be perfect. But you know, we're hoping to reach you know, maybe 5 to 6000 kids through a network of city agencies and in nonprofits and give them some extra support that that they deserve. Well, good luck with the effort. And thanks for being with us appreciate it. Thanks, man. I really appreciate it. Phil Ginsberg is general manager of the city's recreation and Parks Department..

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Four months to have the health care services to be rude and her husband George Scott say they can't wait without cash now they might have to lay off their staff will either have to do that or we'll have to take out you know a second mortgage on our house oh dear me Scott is sixty six he says if they do that we'll just have to keep delivering babies until he's eighty I mean pulled in Basti KQED news and I'm getting Kanyama you're listening to morning edition on KQED more news with N. P. R. and Devin Katayama coming up in just a minute after Joe with his latest traffic news at eight twenty nine in the morning biggest problem is still the sanity of bridge crash been out there for about two hours and forty minutes but I and it's blocking two right lanes headed over to the side about twenty twenty five minutes ago they closed off some lanes so it's backed up not quite the clover road but inching that way the bridge itself though traffic is fine the other bridges are clear one oh one south at eight eighty and or north eight eighty of one a one still the collision it's not defecting either direction though as far as speed Joe McConnell for KQED and support for KQ weedy on Wednesday comes from geico protecting people and their vehicles for over seventy five years thank O. is proud to offer emergency roadside service to bay area drivers learn more at geico dot com or one eight hundred nine four seven auto NPR news and the latest KQ weedy news now on KQED public radio at eight thirty live from NPR news I'm Laxmi saying coronavirus cases past and present now exceed two million according to disease trackers at Johns Hopkins University president trump's decision to temporarily hold hundreds of millions in funding.

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KQED Radio

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners and members of KQED public radio it's a twenty two it's morning edition on KQED I'm Devin Katayama when coping nineteen started spreading rapidly hospitals both here and throughout the country cancelled all elective surgeries that's not just cosmetic procedures it's brain surgery and organ transplants KQED science reporter lessening the clerk talk to patients who are critically ill from something other than corona virus right now a rare cancer attacked sassy out water right when she was a baby she lost her sight to the disease these days she goes to the doctor a lot we've kind of been playing whack a mole with tumors for the past twelve year is they get one and the other one starts growing the other one needs attention they get that one there's another one in her head right now the thirty seven year old red head was scheduled to have it removed until our doctors determined it wasn't a good idea to open her skull during a pandemic the infection risk would be way too high the procedure is on pause but she knows her tumor isn't she lies awake at night weighing the risks the threat to my life from a tumor that sitting in my head verses the threat from a virus that's loose in a hospital and nobody can can weigh those odds sassy is one of many critically ill patients sidelined but not seconded by cove in nineteen rose merry path in McKinney is also waiting for brain surgery rose merry started to experience strange health symptoms around new year's head pressure numbness tingling on the right side of my face and then a cat scan in February it revealed to brain tumors suddenly the second grade school teacher in San Jose it was fighting a grave illness at the same time that nineteen was reading her city never imagined this nav for the first available slot for brain surgery it was a month later in mid March Riz merry counted down the days to our operation it's actually been quite scary because I can't get the code right now and compromise medically raped with what's going on with me and it worries me the day before her surgery she drove to San Francisco for a pre operative MRI radiologists peered inside her school to determine where to cut resumes head was shaved future incisions were marked in blue and came out of the MRI and was told that it was canceled we sat down we shut down the are almost lock stock and barrel Dr Philip Fiona suppleness is Rosemary's neurosurgeon at UCSF everybody calls me Dr Theo he says nearly two thousand procedures were cancelled anything that wasn't an emergency to prepare for a surge of Kobe patients these include cancer include aneurysms include things that causes skin me out to the brain and the body is not just brain surgery this is all surgery right people like rose merry we're told to go home and wait she can wait a week yes you read more than a month I would say well not without deficit probably not and now that month has passed during that time her vision worsened and doctors in the bay area are still waiting for the surge of Kobe to hit we're pretty much of the stand still truly there are more than two hundred empty hospital beds at UCSF which raises an ethical dilemma for Dr Theo there is a lot of diagnosis that we don't really know how long we can wait that's why just this week UCSF rescheduled a few surgeries for the most serious cases fortunately rose merry was one of them all your husband how you doing there is not a business has been called because visitors are no longer allowed inside her surgery went well one down thousands to go it will take about six months to catch up on all the procedures that were put on hold that's assuming cove in nineteen doesn't hit again I'm Leslie acquired KQED news there's also a financial cost all.

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KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"First quarter GDP data is set to be announced Friday analysts are expecting a six to ten percent contraction in China's economy from the same time last year I'm only saying and pure news wind China severe weather on Sunday and Monday has left at least thirty people dead in several eastern and southern states the Associated Press reports more than a million customers lost power from damaging winds tornadoes flooding and mudslides on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials are up four hundred twenty points really two percent at twenty thirty rather twenty three thousand eight hundred eight you're listening to NPR news live from KQED news I'm Devin Katayama cinema county plans to require that people wear facial coverings when they're indoors except in their homes and when they're outside of less than six feet from somebody else the county's top health official issued the order yesterday to help reduce the spread of the corona virus it takes effect Friday in would be the strictest in the bay area health officials say violating the order could lead to a misdemeanor charge a fine or both cinema county residents will not need to wear the facial coverings when they're driving alone or with people they live with the county says the covering should not be placed on children less than two years old or people who are unable to move without help an insular congresswoman Jackie Speer is calling for an independent investigation into yesterday's Kobe nineteen related death of a navy sailor assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt currently docked in Guam spear who chairs the house military personnel subcommittee says she doesn't believe the navy's providing adequate healthcare to its sailors frankly I don't trust anything that the navy tells me right now it's all about C. Y. A. right now they did not even tell us that there was a navy sailor in the ICU who was found unresponsive spear is calling for the reinstatement of the ship's former commanding officer who was fired after he sent a letter pleading for help with the growing outbreak nearly six hundred of the ships more than four thousand sailors have tested positive you'll find more information about the crime virus pandemic.

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KQED Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From KQED news I'm Devin Katayama San Francisco has emptied its largest homeless shelter health department spokeswoman confirmed this morning that everyone at the multi service center south on fifth street has been relocated after seventy people living there tested positive for carbon nineteen were the cases came on Friday since then all the shelters residents have been moved to hotels after the facility's cleaned city officials say it will be used as a medical recovery center for unsheltered people who have chronic virus tomorrow the San Francisco board of supervisors is is expected to vote on a sweeping effort to shelter much larger number of people experiencing homelessness the hotels during the pandemic KQED's Holly J. McCay reports the ordinance would require the city to set aside seven thousand hotel rooms just for people experiencing homelessness supervisor Matt Haney says this measure is long overdue myself and others other providers have been screaming that these places are not safe that people needed to be moved out of the crowded congregate shelters a month ago city officials have so far at least nearly two thousand hotel rooms to house homeless residents and first responders I'm only doing teed KQED news authorities shut down an underground nightclub in San Francisco's Bayview district over the weekend for allegedly operating in violation of shelter in place orders the San Francisco Chronicle reports police raided the unlicensed over night club after city attorney's office investigation found it was holding events in a warehouse that at times you more than a hundred people it's unclear who was running the events the chronicle reports that the names of the building's landlord and tenant were.

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Than seven million people and businesses in eighty countries to send and receive money internationally more transfer wise dot com and by the listeners and members of KQED public radio it's six twenty two it's morning edition on KQED on Devin Katayama we've talked a lot about what we can't do what we shouldn't do and what we should be careful doing as the berry continues to shelter in place to slow the spread of the corona virus now let's talk about something we can do from the comfort of our yards and driveways KQED science reporter Daniel Fenton spoke with Ben Burress Kiki's astronomy blogger and a staff astronomer at you both space and science center in Oakland Ben you said at this time of year is good for stargazing what do you mean by that coming out of the winter and into the early spring there's a collection of some of the brightest most dazzling stars you can see in the early evening so they're beautiful and easy to spot and they're at a convenient time of the night as well it's a let's start simple what would be the easiest planet for me to find an effect tonight right now Venus is the short answer Venus is up in the west right after sunset in its unmistakable it is so bright in fact it is the third brightest thing in the sky after the sun and the moon so you'll see it you'll see this study flare of white that doesn't twinkle like a start as you may know that stars tend to trickle up planets do not and Venus in particular is just a steady beacon of light moving on from Venus your mother recommended planets and constellations look to the left once you found green is in the west to the left you're gonna find a collection of bright stars in particular you'll find a very famous group of stars called Orion's belt row of three stars that are about equally far apart and about equally bright that's a great place to start and what you found Orion's belt you found the consolation Ryan and it has a these two or three very bright stars at Betelgeuse is orange star above Orion's belt and there's another bright star blue white star called Rachel just below it so if you find the belt just look above it and below that you'll find Betelgeuse and Rigel but don't stop there because if you keep going left you're going to see one of the most dazzling stars you can see the star Sirius fact Sirius is the brightest star in all of the skies of the earth Stephenson of course fact serious is what kind of got me interested in stargazing in the first place I walked outside and looked up and I saw this unimaginably bright twinkling star with prismatic colors flashing its light I just I looked at it and said that can't be a star and they did a little research and found out sure enough it was a start so with a little effort and a lot of enjoyment here tonight you can go out you can find a planet Venus you can find and identify up to six or seven stars here we just talked about and because they are also bright because they're in patterns that are easily recognized you don't have to put a lot of effort into it you mentioned that Sirius was an important start when you've side and stay with you for the rest of your life why is stargazing something that might be good for people in on I'm especially thinking of families with kids to get into right now or if your home schooling your kids right now and you know maybe you're trying to teach them something about geometry you can talk about geometry in the sky because these star patterns that you find the most of my rent random I you can see some very regular geometric patterns up there like the line of three Orion's belt you can also talk about you know if you sit there long enough and and watch the stars slowly move through the sky you can start talking about how the earth's booster space how it rotates and tosses the you know the sun to rise and set every day and all of the stars as well so there's a lot of topics you can move off into just starting out with that looking at a few points of light in the night sky this gets into the whole motion of the cosmos you want to go that deep so there's there's just a lot up there to to decode and to explore to discover that was Kate UT astronomy blogger Ben Burress speaking with science reporter Daniel van thousands of people in California have tested positive for cove in nineteen still others have developed symptoms consistent with the illness but the diagnosis remains inconclusive either because there are enough tests available or their tests came back negative any Berman has the story of one bay area woman the NASA shared flew to Australia in February to help her father recover from heart operation before I left a little bit about the client of ours on our way home she stopped in South Korea for a short layover about a week later she developed a runny nose and a bit of a cough and a strange sound in her lungs it was like if you can kind of imagine getting cellophane paper and crushing it up and then releasing it and that makes a sound one snap crackle and pop sound a few days later when her condition worsened but NASA drove to Kaiser Permanente a Medical Center in San Rafael there they had lie down in an isolation room to wait for the doctor all of a sudden it was like someone had come up behind me cystic bankers in my head and I could not praise but NASA has no memory of the next four days she says that during that time she developed pneumonia in both lungs and multiple organ failure and I was literally drowning in my own online sellers down and they really did not expect me to pull for when she finally woke up NASA says her doctors told her that they hadn't seen a patient in her condition recovered quite so quickly Hey I see Unisys coming in and they say it's giving me high fives and she piece I think you'll have good luck story the nurses doctors declined to speak with KQED due to Kaiser's privacy policy but ultimately even has had all the symptoms of a serious case of Culver nineteen a dry cough high fever and pneumonia but she tested negative for the virus not once but three times she says is baffled her doctors who treated her the way they would any COPD patient with us is spent the next week in the hospital recovering she remembers a room and I see you had a window I could see the trees and some cloud like the clouds will blossom bar and there was some folks flying around and I remember the nurses coming in saying would you like us to turn the television on he said well no worries I said I want to thank the trees nice beds I did not think I would say that every game but NASA has since returned home to her family navato to our daughter and husband who both tested negative for cove in nineteen her doctors have asked her to come back eventually to get another test to see if any antibodies to the virus show up in her blood until then her case remains unsolved I'm Anne Berman KQED news you're listening to morning edition on KQED I'm Devin Tatiana support for KQED science is provided by the 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D. Bechtel junior foundation and love it as family foundation over to John McConnell now all traffic a look at Hayward with us some trouble one ninety two east bounder claw with her driver called SIFI saying they hit something on the freeway that punctured the fuel tank.

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KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good happen. We've Mexico, the tariffs go on. And I made it to more talks with Mexico or schedule today at the White House. This is NPR news from Washington. A human rights activist is under arrest in Sonora Mexico. Murphy Woodhouse with member station. K J. Z Z reports eating nail mojica the head of the migrant aid group played Lewis in front. Dennis was arrested by Mexican thirties, just across the border in Sona. We Don Nora Wednesday afternoon. That's according to the organization and shelter. Volunteer, volunteer. Carla Bettencourt said she's troubled by the arrest. Mojica was one of the shelters founders, and I'll say plant, then he says, she's not sure what this means for the shelter and worries it could bring trouble in a Wednesday afternoon, tweet platelets in front that has denounced what he arrest calling it, quote clear reprisal by the Mexican government against migrant defenders Mujica has figured prominently in the ongoing trial of Scott. Warren, a US border activists facing federal felony harboring charges for NPR news. I'm Murphy Woodhouse report out today from the European Union says cocaine is becoming more prevalent across the EU doing part of social media making it easier. For dealers and small gangs to operate the Toronto. Raptors now lead the NBA finals two games to one over the Golden State Warriors last night in Oakland. The raptors beat the warriors won twenty three to one zero nine that's despite forty seven points from Golden State's Steph curry a career playoff high for him game four is tomorrow night, again in Oakland game five of the NHL Stanley Cup finalists tonight between the Bruins and the blues that series is tied at two games apiece. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. This is Devin Katayama, host of the bay podcast from K Q V, I wanna thank SF weekly for naming the bay best emerging local podcast for twenty nineteen or all about sharing local news stories that speak to what it means to be living in the bay area. So join the conversation we're having about the headlines, you can get new stories on Monday, Wednesday and Friday by subscribing to the bay on NPR one, apple Spotify. All the others. Thanks. As you pick out your wardrobe this morning and.

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"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"katayama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On K Q E D public radio tonight at ten pm. This guy was big and seen the movie grease. When don't look like high school kids, Maryland. People would people will come say. He's a teacher. Right. Like knows a nice grader tonight. I knew that sooner or later I was going to be one of his targets. Join us next time. For the moth radio hour. True stories told live from the public radio exchange Piero dot org. Ten years ago. The bay area was shaken and outraged when a bar police officer shot and killed Oscar Graham name that would be known around the world. After that. We never see police shootings the same way. Again. I'm Devin Katayama, host of the bay podcast takes you inside these big local stores get the bay Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays on apple podcasts. NPR one or k Cutie dot org slash the Bank. The time is six nineteen. I'm Joel Snyder with these headlines negotiations aimed at ending the partial government shutdown or expected to continue through the weekend. Vice president Pence is preparing to host a meeting today with congressional staffers as Democrats resists the president's call for border wall funding, Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is in Iowa this weekend testing the waters following her announcement of an exploratory committee for likely presidential run in twenty twenty. She's scheduled to several public events today and tomorrow and a thirties have not confirmed what led to a shooting overnight at a bowling alley in Torrance, California, but witnesses claim it stem from a fight. Police say three men are dead for others are injured on trial. Snyder NPR news from Washington..

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