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"kathy park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"kathy park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Countries This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update former president Donald Trump is firing back at the January 6th House committee yesterday Trump issued a 12 page rebuttal to testimony in evidence presented in public hearings Monday and last Thursday Number of former Trump aides have testified they repeatedly informed Trump that the election was not rigged or stolen from him Severe weather is to blame for damage and power outages throughout Chicago Kathy park reports Sirens blaring in downtown Chicago As powerful swords pummeled the area Peeling back the roof of an apartment building in bellwood Illinois as people took shelter inside The strong storms produced tornado like conditions and hail throughout the Chicago area over 44,000 customers were without power due to the storm Flags with 51 stars are being flown in D.C. along Pennsylvania avenue It's to bring recognition to the 700,000 taxpaying American citizens who live in the district I'm Michael kassner The news that completes your market day This is the big headline that's catching investors attention And the stories that make your business week It wasn't inflation dead just a few years ago Bloomberg business week weekdays at 2 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio The most important part of patriotism is to develop American technology because I think we will have a techno economic war over the next 20 years globally and the U.S. venture community can make a large difference in that The gentleman always in forever from sun microsystems vena kosla with David Rubenstein Bloomberg.

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"kathy park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"kathy park" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At noon eastern on Bloomberg radio Travel is expected to hit pre-pandemic levels for the Thanksgiving holiday Kathy park has more Triple-A estimates more than 53 million Thanksgiving travelers this year That's a 13% increase from 2020 and the highest single year jump since 2005 And even with gas prices averaging 3.41 a gallon over a dollar more than last year the vast majority of Americans will be driving to their destinations with Wednesday afternoon expected to hit peak congestion And travelers at one of the nation's busiest airports were scrambling for safety Saturday afternoon when a passenger's gun went off at a security checkpoint Authorities at Hartsfield–Jackson international airport in Atlanta are calling it an accident but the FAA halted flight as a precaution on the busy holiday travel day The owner of the gun has been identified as 42 year old Kenny wells the TSA says the gun was detected during an x-ray screening I'm Jim Forbes Now those Bloomberg sports update nicks overcame a tough first quarter and they had a rally from 5 down to the fourth to get by the lowly rockets of the garden one O 6 99 Alec Burks high man with 20.72 to those coming in the fourth quarter he had 6 three quarters Evan 48 hit 5 en route to a 19.9 Tom thibodeau getting lots of positives And general look what Alex did 5 steals big shot after big shot I haven't had a big game for us Julia's got going playmaking and they just got us going And it wasn't a smooth game I was concerned about the athleticism going into the game So please we found a way to win That exposed the bulls tonight A 5th straight laws for the otters they dropped their first game at UBS arena 5 to the Calgary Andrew manji pony with a pair of power play goals for the flames two goals in the loss for Brock Nelson A 5 three Devils went over the lightning on the road two goals for Jaeger Sharon govich the second of which came into New Jersey's four goal third 31 saves for Mackenzie blackwood who stopped a penalty shot in the third period Joe Flacco starts at quarterback for the jets today as they entertain the dolphins I don't know if I'm surprised about anything in his league anymore so obviously I had to get in there at the end of the game last week And you never know what's going to happen So you know obviously when Matt called me I was thinking okay what's up here The jets are two and 7 losing their last two games giving up 45 points in each The Giants visit the bucks on Monday night The Red Bulls are done in the MLS playoffs losing to the Philadelphia union one nothing on a stoppage time goals scored an extra time from Jacob Glenn's College football it was Notre-Dame routing Georgia Tech 55 nothing Penn State blank Rutgers 28 nothing Number one Georgia over Charleston southern 56 7 number two Alabama beat number 21 Arkansas 42 35 third ranked Oregon lost at Utah 38 7 where the Bloomberg sports update on Frank.

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"kathy park" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"kathy park" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Down roads families waiting in the heat in tallahassee have you been vaccinated but just two blocks away at the local vaccination site a slow trickle nationwide still more than one hundred million americans yet to get a shot dr anthony. She now saying he expects the fda to give full approval to the pfizer vaccine. It just a few weeks telling usa today that he anticipates a flood of vaccine mandates when that happens. We know that we can curb this in three to four weeks if everybody does what needs to be done in order to curb the virus but for now hospitals in texas are overwhelmed. All five houston. Pediatric wards are full eleven month old. Eva ramirez covert positive had to be airlifted to a hospital. A hundred fifty miles away jeep arrived at a hospital in houston where because of her condition. They needed it but her on a breathing machine and concerns only mounting seven. Hundred thousand bikers expected in south dakota this weekend for the annual sturgis motorcycle rally despite widespread transmission at the same event last year and according to a document obtained by nbc news more than eighteen percent of migrant families on the border are testing positive before being deported the us now averaging nearly five hundred deaths a day officials desperately hoping these rising numbers will lead more people to get vaccinated rather know than not. No have you been to. I've been not been vaccinated. I have actually been against vaccine prior to this. But i'm actually considering it now. Because i do have small kids vaughn. Who did you see those testing sites today. We saw young people call students parents with school. Age children in the data reflects that in the last week in florida. More than half. The new cases are people under the age of forty jose von hillary in tallahassee florida. Thank you the criminal investigation and in new york governor. Andrew is ramping up the sheriff detail the case today for the first time while. One of the governor's accusers also spoke out for the first time. Kathy park is in albany tonight. New york governor. Andrew cuomo is laying low in albany at the executive mansion while less than a mile away. The county sheriff released new details on a criminal. Complaint filed by one of cuomo's accusers conduct with sexual in nature. I've read our record that we took from our victim and again i commend them on their bravery for coming forward and now it's time for us to begin our investigation adding a misdemeanor charge and arrest are possibilities but premature at this point the attorney general's office says it will turn over all evidence related to this complain it. The unnamed victim known as executive assistant number one in the agee's report has alleged cuomo reached under her blouse and groped her last year. She's breaking her silence of the albany times union. Telling them what he did to me was a crime. He broke the law. Cuomo has denied any wrongdoing and his legal team cast doubt on the findings documentary. Evidence does not support which she said. And what is disturbing to me. Is that the two. Investigators did not show that evidence to you. They ignored it. Ask them why. The office says they will make redacted transcripts from witnesses available to state lawmakers the legal and political fallout deepening for the governor as judiciary committee prepares to meet monday to discuss.

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"kathy park" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"kathy park" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"In arizona stranded drivers rescued by air. This is nbc. nightly news. With lester holt reporting. Tonight from tokyo from tokyo where at long last olympic competition is in full swing the first medals being awarded team. Usa anxious to get on the medal. Count board all. The athletes quickly adjusting to competing in front of empty seats. And without the reassuring cheers from family though in some instances usa athletes taking up the cheering role for fellow americans as expected kovic. Still rewriting the competition schedule here. As another positive test and the athlete ranks forces and event cancellation the olympics. Prime time hosts. Mike to rico mike. How're the athletes handling this new normal. I think they're getting used to it. Lester because they got used to it in training and when the olympics were delayed for a year. I think we're seeing also a lot of the olympians be very careful in their interactions in the olympic village. Compared to maybe other looks you. Guys have a big primetime lineup. What are we looking at tonight. We're going to see swimming. I was over at the swimming competition earlier. A lot of atmosphere and there with teammates creating the atmosphere so a lot of the other usa swimmers will be reading the us onto the pool probably early chances for a medal and skateboarding makes its olympic debut before to a new generation come to the olympic stage. You got a busy night. Thanks for stopping by my pleasure. Lister and our primetime coverage of the tokyo olympics begins at eight. pm eastern right here on nbc back in the us. There is increasing concern or a how to end the surgeon. Cova cases fueling new conversations inside the white house about whether some will need a vaccine booster shot. Here's cathy park tonight. A sharp shift on booster shots from the white house. The new york times reporting senior health officials are considering an extra dose for at risk. Americans plus those sixty five and older as long as the world is not only vaccinated. This virus will continue to replicate mutate and it increases the chances that we will need a regular vaccine series this week independent advisors at cdc urged federal regulators to move quickly on a decision for a booster saying people with weakened immune systems have a higher chance of breakthrough infections while the pfizer. Vaccines await full fda approval. Cdc may be working around that the chief medical officer on the cova. Nineteen vaccine taskforce saying. They're looking at ways to provide early access to a booster shot the administration previously saying there was enough evidence for boosters nationwide. The numbers keep climbing the seven day. Average for new infections is up more than fifty percent from last week in horrid hit missouri cases. shot up seventy percent in two weeks. Researchers say the delta variant is fueling the surge bucay. Barron was the most contagious virus. We'd ever seen it took over the entire state in three months. The delta varying did that in three weeks. Some hospitals in the state are treating unvaccinated cova patients for a second time. What covert last year gonna be affected this year and some of them are getting bit into hospital to slow. The spread. Saint louis will reimpose. An indoor mass mandate starting monday the nfl also doubling down with fallout from the announcement that teams could face forfeits for covert outbreaks among unvaccinated players. A coach for the minnesota vikings and the new england patriots reportedly out for reasons related to the new guidelines and with training camp about to get underway. The nfl's medical director says that eighty percent of the players have received at least one dose of the vaccine lesser. Kathy park thank you. There are growing number of so-called breakthrough cases these are cases where people who are fully vaccinated are now testing positive. Sum getting sick. There's von hilliard. With wyatt's happening and what you should know. The headlines unexpected seven vaccinated sanford students positive for covert six vaccinated texas democrats traveling together positive and hundreds of cape cod residents and vacationers vaccinated but positive these are headlines that make us stop in sync. Where is this going. Public health officials agree if you're fully vaccinated. You almost certainly won't be hospitalized or die from cova the numbers of people who get infected with serious illness or who are dying from kovic nineteen after being vaccinated is extremely low. Really low look at these numbers in la county alone. Twenty percent of confirmed cases were breakthrough cases but less than one hundred percent of those vaccinated have been hospitalized. But why are we seeing. So many cases now delta has turned our streets into a nascar track two levels a thousand times what the early virus would have gotten to in people's areas in their blood in just do those who are vaccinated get. My leads were still feeling a little bit. We and i was dizzy and just totally fatigued at this point. As handle fullerton is fully vaccinated. She was sick for more than a week. How many vaccinated people are getting sick. It'd be really hard to know what not really doing enough testing to fully appreciate comedy people who have been vaccinated. Have ace symptomatic infection. The cdc has not changed its guidance for those vaccinated but experts are making their own risk assessments. Even if you're vaccinated. I would really advise that you continue wearing a mask indoors if one were to get infected having been vaccinated one is very likely to have mild disease more like a standard flu or a bad cold. So i'm not living in fear of the delta variant evolving advice as the virus evolved von hilliard. Nbc news new cova restrictions across parts of europe and in australia ignited mass protests. Today in france crowds clashed with police. Angry over the government's upcoming mandate requiring vaccinations or a negative. Kobe tests to access most public venues and in australia. Thousands march.

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"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here for five hours, five hours. Yes, Tasha has lived through periods of war military coups through three decades of Islamist rule. He says. Nothing compares to what's happening now. Is it only bread or is that everything everything man Daniel suffered in Sudan. We are suffering. He says. They can't get fuel hospitals and even vegetables have become too expensive. The price of bread has doubled. But as we talk a baker, finally hands Taj five agains You've got your bread. You see this? Yeah, This'll is nothing human Being There is so little Beat in the country that the flour to make bread is mixed with sorghum, Sudanese e flat bread soft, puffy goodness that almost tastes buttery, but you can't make flatbread out of this. Wheat and sorghum makes back in December of 2018 government of Omar al Bashir was facing a huge budget shortfall. So they cut the subsidies on bread in the price doubled, Sudanese took to the streets to call for his ouster by the spring of 2019. Bashir was gone and Sudan began a transition into a more democratic in a more secular country. It was a moment of great expectations. But one thing did not change the government is Brooke. Essentially, there is no money right? Because you're not exporting anything. You're not producing anything that is political analyst solid lead, he says. This transitional government has plugged the budget shortfall by printing money. And that has triggered massive inflation. It means workers can't afford basics with their salary. It means imports have become expensive or non existent. People are finding it more difficult to get by. On a day by day basis, protesters have once again taken to the streets. They have stopped short of calling for the ouster of the government. Holly says. That's because unlike when Bashir was in power, Sudanese right now have hope that things can change if it wasn't for that glimpse of hope life would be really difficult to be really, really difficult. Back at the bakery, the owner Hamid Syed Abdul Rahim, Gives me a short tour, not Delta 600 that feeds them in Myanmar. In the good days, he says, These shocks would be totally full of pillowy flatbread. This'd be the best bread in the neighborhood, and he said he used to be the best. But it was not what what happened? Oh, my God, No. Yeah, I got it. It's the ingredient Abdul around him says Like everyone in Sudan these days, he's just trying to make the best out of what he's been had. Ended eight of Peralta. NPR NEWS, KHARTOUM You're listening to NPR news. You're listening on KQED Public radio Kathy Park Hong's recent book tackle something called Minor Feelings. So what aren't my inner feelings Thies range of kind of negative emotions like shame or paranoia that a lot of Asian Americans Feel growing up in the U. S. Kathy Park, com on Asian American identity and our own personal minor feelings. Next time on, it's been a minute from NPR. It's been a minute with Sam Sanders comes your way. 10 o'clock every Sunday morning on KQED followed at 11 on this week's Wait, Wait..

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"kathy park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Played bad, but it wasn't because of What was going on the other side of the ball. It was it was all on us. We just did. Had too many mistakes early on in the game, and then throughout the game, really thatjust end of adding up. No loss in the NFL is easy to take. But Broncos cornerback E. J Boy says this one stings is very frustrating. You know, biggest thing that we could do is just stick together. I thought that you after the game, I'll let him know. I played against a lot of great quarterbacks had their games. It's not about that is how you respond. I just, you know, reassuring that guys are always no matter what. We just want to find the Broncos or two and four. They'll host the Chargers this Sunday. Head coach Vic Fangio will talk with reporters later on today. We'll see if he has any details on running back Philip Lindsay, who left the game after taking a big hit, he went into concussion protocol. College football. The New AP Top 25 Poll is out one through five in order. Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State Notre Dame in Georgia. Game five of the World Series goes to the Dodgers by final of four to over the Rays. Dodgers now lead the series three games to two. We'll see if the Dodgers can wrap up the World Series title tomorrow in Game number six. That'll feature Tony Counsel in going against Blake Snell, Mike Rice for Brain and Crystal with sports on K Away News Radio, The home of the Broncos buffs and rock The only news radio times 6 48 right now, on Colorado's Morning news slick spots this morning as you make your drive and commute the system expected to move out today that moved in last night, but it is leaving behind the chilly temperatures. Tonight's low, maybe in the single digits, even zero. National Weather Service, forecasting the warmer temps tomorrow we'll be back in the low forties, Colorado has a new tool to potentially prevent transmission of covert 19. The Department of Health Works with Google and Apple to launch the exposure notification system for smartphones that launched yesterday. If you were near someone for at least 10 minutes with both phones, exchange secure, anonymous Bluetooth information. And if another user test positive for Cove, it Then their tokens will be uploaded and send in dedication to you that you might have received exposure to Corona virus. Anybody who gets an alert will also get information about how to quarantine and test for covert 19. A number of Fox News personalities and network. The network's president are being advised to quarantine after exposure to a person with Corona virus. Right Bear, Martha MacCallum and the hosts of the five Juan Williams and Dana Pary No have been advised to isolate along with President J. Wallace. The exposure occurred on a charter flight. During the final presidential debate last Thursday, NBC News Radio's Dean Nuccio Delta Airlines is grounding hundreds of people for refusing to wear masks during their flights, and a new study suggested if 95% of Americans warm ask at least 100,000 lives could be saved through February. NBC's Kathy Park, Delta and many other air carriers started requiring passengers to wear masks back in May. Coming up here on Colorado's Morning news. We're gonna get an update from seed out on.

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"kathy park" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"kathy park" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Is refusing to confirm whether or not the president has prepped for tonight's presidential debate, Gidley tells MSNBC. The president's main former preparation comes from answering questions from the media. I'm not going to get into whether whether or not the president has had those debate prep sessions, he said. Many times it obviously, his tit for tat with the press is a lot of debate prep that he likes to have and with the questions you guys thought him every single day. He's well prepared. Of course, he does prepare for these debates as well. The debate will take place in national and air starting at 9 P.m. eastern time. Minnesota officials are activating the National Guard after a judge drop the third degree murder charge against the former Minneapolis police officer who placed his knee on George Floyd's neck. Governor Tim Wall says calling the garden is a precautionary step. Republican senators are not thrilled with Democrats refusing to show up to vote on Judge Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination today. Texas lawmaker Ted Cruz boycott today. Frankly, is a stunt to appease the left wing activist base. That's angry. They're angry that the Democrats are not able to stop this nomination, the Senate Judiciary Committee advanced Barris nomination to the full Senate. Ah voters set for Monday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the nomination process a mad rush by Republicans to get married, confirmed before the presidential election. National security adviser Robert O'Brien is promising. The U. S will fight back against foreign interference in our elections. This is something that won't be tolerated. We're going to keep a close eye on it, O'Brien says. The election will be safe and fair, law enforcement and intelligence officials revealed yesterday. Iran and Russia have been trying to influence the upcoming election. Wall Street is in the green after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin are getting close to a stimulus deal. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 153 points today. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Exxon Mobil is planning for layoffs due to the Corona virus, pandemic and trouble in the oil and gas industry CEO Darrin Woods told employees yesterday. The North Texas energy giant has suffered mightily this year due to a drop in demand and needs to make job cuts. He says. Exxon Mobil is doing a massive reassessment of its North American operations, which should be completed in the New York future, would believes the pain is temporary, but noted the company is not sure when the recovery will start. Exxon Mobil cut spending by 15% earlier this year after he was depicted in a compromising position. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says he was set up President Trump's personal attorney reportedly conducted an interview for a fake conservative news program for the film Bora. NBC's Kathy Park says Giuliani is seen in a hotel room with a 24 year old actress playing Giuliani's teen daughter.

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"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On bears layers of childhood that are so difficult and hard to talk about, and Um I just had to let go of the idea that this is too much for people to take on more for them today Jazz, and I also realized that I had found a way to digest it. And so if people can't Find a way to listen to it. Or to make room for me to create different narratives. Then what the heck? No, right. Right, right. You're listening to Shino Miller in conversation with Gaea Tolentino. This is city arts and lectures. This is as someone that cannot whatsoever I'm this's like I'm wondering how How the process differs from one to the other. Like, so I was thinking like when I'm writing, it is often translating an image are feeling into words. But I'm wondering how often when you Our cartoon and you aren't Like Dude, does it ever work are you isn't like you're taking an image and making an image or you have words that you're like, How does it How does the How does the act of getting something on paper differ from one medium to the other for you. Suddenly it was like writing for me. It's so arduous and Time consuming and it's like coding, but you're moving little letters around like, Oh, the feeling doesn't hit right. And when I like, reconfigure these 26 letters, something internals than a breast and it's going to be Right. Where's drawing? There's so many less rules around it. I don't think as much when I'm Trying, and that's sort of what I like about it like I draw to figure out what I'm thinking. I remember in school the fact that I would draw little characters like urinating on graphs or like cutting up A little number with the tiny knife. I was like, Oh, clearly. This. I'm angry that I'm in this class, you know, like, but I can doodle for hours and then look back in my doodles and be like, Hey, buddy, decode. That's how I feel about writing. Actually, I mean, and I also feel that it is arduous and bad. But But, yeah, it's It's funny. It's funny to Will you write in the memoir right that before you started writing the victim impact statement you had written you had drawn all night. Basically, it's like, so it's like one is a loosening. Yeah, and the other one? Absolutely. It is like precision. Ugh. It's like an unschooling of my brain. What's your favorite figure in that drawing that you did before? Reading the statement. Is there Is there one that you like? Feel really? There's a little slug wearing a star, and I was like you're so sweet. What kind of what kind of a scarf is it? Is it a plant? Scar? Visit pattern? I think it was straight. Nice started coloring it in. Like there's this huge black and white piece and I started painting in all the little things and Lucas was like you procrastinating writing. Your statement was like I must keep coloring. And now you have let's talk about the mural that you have at the Asian Art Museum. Also, you have to give me I nine weeks ago, I had a baby. I have a half Asian baby who looks extremely white. So you have to give me tips on how I could make my half Asian baby connected to her culture. But you had said you'd set on your instagram. I like you were talking about this mural. Just talk about it generally and like what it is. Is to have something up at the Asian Museum for you. I also saw that you were a fan of minor feelings by Kathy Park Hong, which has just come on. I mean, you know, Yeah, I think maybe the best nonfiction book I will read this year. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. I mean, Krystle. Even the being called to do the peace being brought into meeting and saying You know what? He wanted to dio and they're like we wanted to film this whole wall. Yeah, yeah. Like I said, does it have to be related to my song that I know? And so I think that's so amazing. I mean that someone actively Cutting something I'm tethered Teo or fear that I would be forever tethered to Onda again, creating literal blank space for me to fill. Um and helping me continue my story. Write. My story doesn't end with the end of the book and the conclusion of the case like there's so much more to say, and I think that's true for All survivors like we all have random interests and talents that we don't You usually have the space to talk about, Um And so that was an amazing feeling. I got to go home and make dozens of drawings, you know, like, bundle them in my arms like shuffle back to the museum, lay them out across the table. We talk to each one. Think about what's best for the space. Um I loved working with other people writing with some solitary it kind of gave me a peek until what it would be like, just just being like this is who I am. And this is I'm doing what you think you know, because writing was so by myself for so long. They can't wait to see it in person. And it's amazing that's at the Asian art Museum like that's a big deal, and I think I was slow, Tio Awaken into my like Asian identity. I know it was something that was overlooked during my case and something I had to keep pointing to to be like this is important. I'm I'm still trying to figure out how to tell you why it is, but I know it is based on my lived experience. So it's It's amazing. I mean that. I hope I just keep.

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"kathy park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Pepper sprayed this Air Force veteran in a wheelchair. And that's for the fight that source now talking to police, as in most instances where chaos is occurring, It's tough to have the whole story. So we're asking for your help. If you know who was involved, or he had video, please contact us immediately. The police chief sending out this video statement So far they've arrested three people incited another for the incident, saying there were aggressors on both sides, except violence doesn't further your cause or make our community any safer. Police Still investigating and more arrest could be coming at US. Fox 30 one's Alex Rose reporting dozens of people are out of their homes after a weekend fire at an Aurora housing complex. Fire officials say the flames broke out Saturday morning at the Red Sky condos near Abel Boulevard in East 6th 2 units took on most of the damage, but five were affected. The cause of the fire is still under investigation has been one year since the death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Jeffrey Epstein's death was yet another blow to the women who accused him of sexual abuse. He'd escaped serious punishment for sex crimes against minors in Florida years ago. And even as he was one of the most high profile inmates in federal custody At the time of his death, he was still somehow able to apparently take his own life. But now, one year later in a jail cell, not far from where Epstein was incarcerated, sits Glenn Maxwell, the woman accused of helping facilitate his crimes. She's pleaded not guilty. Marker Malard, ABC NEWS New York. The Sturgis motorcycle rally underway even amid concerns about the Corona virus pandemic. NBC's Kathy Park Talkto one writer who made that journey second thoughts? No, it's It's folks, just one exercise their freedom. A rally, the largest public gathering in the U. S. Since the pandemic began. Many residents of Sturgis, South Dakota,.

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"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ah, story. I just became a longer longer essay in which I kind of investigated into her. Death which was already you know, the court papers were online. It wasn't really that hard that the murderer was convicted already in jail. It was, but then I also talked to her brother. I talked to her friends. And it was interesting because a lot of the justification you heard from people was that they didn't want to disturb the family by talking about this, But in talking to her brother, it didn't seem like it. It disturbed him at all to be able to share his sister story. I mean, I think it was. Yeah, this sort of odd array sure of those circumstances. And, yeah, I think it was an honor ratio. And it was strange. Like what I heard. I think what I kept hearing. I mean, the essay is very much about silence in different kinds of silence around violence against women. But one reason that I kept hearing again and again is that They didn't want to sensationalize her life. They didn't want Teo, her artwork to be overshadowed by the story of a violent death. And this is why the curator is Frances. We're very careful about writing about her death, conceding one of sensationalizing turn her her and turn her into this kind of I don't know, like sit Sylvia Plath, her and him and him and Diatta type figure where it's all about her murder and nothing else which I completely understand. But out of those good intentions came this kind of silence, you know, and also I also heard that like family members, they didn't want to hurt the family members. And I also was wondering, you know, lot of these scholars are Asian American, and I was like What is it? Is it also something about the fact that these air Asian American scholars that they don't want to? But there are kind of afraid Tio broach the subject or, I don't know. I mean, that's that remains a kind of question, but her brother was very happy to talk to me. In fact, he wrote a memoir in Korean about her murder, and it was really quite moving and astounding talking to him. Again. We're talking with Hathaway. We're talking with Kathy Park Hong of minor feelings and Asian American reckoning. She's also a professor at Rutgers, Newark University and poetry editor for the new Republican Edward in Santa Barbara. Join us. Hi, Edward. Hi. So this is really interesting. And you know how you framed. This reminds me of microaggressions and I was lucky enough. Tio have Chester pairs of professor and, you know, so I was lucky enough to actually talk to him. Years and years ago about microaggressions and one of things. I think that happened over the years is that the white population in this country? Has dismissed what black people brown people are saying, because they just either deny it or avoid it and don't want to deal with it. And what happened recently, especially with George Floyd is There are all these videos now. You can't deny on. I think that's one of the reasons you're starting to see why people protesting, But the anything I wanted to say, is that In this country. People are basically brainwashed, and I know that's a very strong word. But The reason I say that if you think I think about how we're taught history in the public schools Um, it's distorted and it's inaccurate and there are things that are in the history of black and brown people and Asian people in this country that people don't know about that are very, very important. Andi. That's why, you know, I'm saying that we're brainwashed into this, Um, excuse the ironic term of whitewashed history of America. We're we're all influenced by that. Whether whether we're white, Black or brown. We all are influenced by that. Well, Edward. Thanks for sharing that perspective. Let me see if I can squeeze Michael from Brentwood in here. Hi, Michael. Go right ahead. Hi. Thank you for taking my call in waiting. I've been hearing a lot of things about, you know, horrible tragedy that befell the young woman being raped and murdered. I'm talking about what is Asian American identity, And I think the question or questions I have is one once we start talking about what is the what is the Asian American identity or what is the African American identity or the Caucasian? Already We're falling into a trap of abstraction, which inherently can lead to races were biased. And what I was into the discussion unfolding. I'm hearing things from horrible things happened. Individual that maybe are racially motivated. That's awful to systemic issues in society where these things have been going on for so long. It's baked into the process. There's no person to point at And say that person's doing something wrong is, you know zoning laws that have been in place for years? People aren't really aren't even aware of it. Or just the mo mentum of the system going along. So my question for the altar is really what is it you're trying to achieve here? You know, I'm unclear on what your goal is in communicating. Michael thinks it feels like it's all over the board. At the park Dong do you wantto Further go on this question of I guess one of things that I'm really struck by. Is that you? You decided not to say minor feelings, the Asian American identity you You called the subtitle, an Asian American identity, and I think that's an important thing to point out. Yeah, I would recommend reading the book if you want and what I'm trying to say on also, I would say that the book is you know you are not going to be able to get a sense of what I'm trying to say, just from conversation alone. So far. Let me stir with an example. You know, recent kind of current event example. You know, there was a there was a poll by the economist that came out of a racial great down of the people who were voting for by then, and there was there was white. Breakdown of white people. Black people and Latinos and on DH, then that's it. Um they're Asians were just not included, as they offer are not included..

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08:50 min | 2 years ago

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"And I think kind of being this kind of exile being this exile position. Having kind of the violence of history behind you are going is going to give you a kind of tilted perspective. And perhaps some sharper and perspective on the world. And maybe, you know, maybe it will also gift you of a kind of gallows humor. For a kind of dark sense of humor of about everything. A cz as I tend, Teo as well. But again, I can't You know, I would hesitate, generalize and say This is all Korean Americans, You know. So let me go next to collar David in Santa Barbara. Hi, David. Hello. Thanks for taking my call. What's on your mind? Yeah. So I've had an interesting experience in that. I grew up as a white male in a predominantly black area and then I worked overseas for extended periods in Southeast Asia. Ah, Africa. And I have to say that my experience With racism on the other side of it is no different. So I just wondered what your comment would be on that Woody by racism on the other side of it. Well being the other in a foreign country, not American. You mean it was like having minor like you felt singled out or other DDE in another country as a white person. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. But it again having been brought up in a area where I was fairly well used to that. I'm just curious to. Ah, it's just kind of seems like a ah Part of the human condition, and I don't know if that's if that's true or not. Oh, well, David thinks I mean, I think I definitely think that race based dress cuts across races, though I think it manifests in different forms and experiences. And it isn't exactly that the same thing. Kathy Park on. I don't know if you had any thoughts on David David's comment here. You know, this is something that actually heard quite a lot. You know, When I spent a year in South Korea, there were actually quite a few. There was American military was stationed there and Um, and there are also a lot of white English teachers. Who said the same thing where they felt like they were. They didn't exactly call it reverse racism, But they said, Oh, well, you know, I'm like an outsider or foreigner here, and certainly it is the case that you get. You know when whites are in other countries where they're not the dominant culture. They kind of get a sense of what it's like to be alienated or to be stared at or to feel different in some way. Spot. I would really, really cautioned against, you know, leveling your sense of alienation or saying that your sense of alienation is the same as what black Americans feel or what say, or even how I feel growing up in a white culture, because when we're talking about racism here were taught not talking about the speed feeling like an outsider. In a dominant culture. We're talking about structural racism. Okay, we're talking about. We're talking about the long history of colonialism and American occupation in non white countries. So if we're talking, you know you feeling like an outsider in an African American. Neighborhood. I I'm sure you're already quite well aware of this, but you know, it's it's that's not that's not racism. Racism is the unequal distribution ofthe wealth, education, all kinds of resources. That air hoarded by white Americans, and they're definitely a lot of stark statistics to prove that and I think what's happening. It was cold it with the number of black and brown Americans who are dying. Is a very clear example of that. But I also think that this is also global. You know that that the whites on I'm not talking about Americans, but I think also Europeans have warded. About the wealth through colonization through occupation. So if, say, a white American is in Vietnam, for instance, or Cambodia. I think that's a different I think that's a different case, you know, because of the asymmetry of power. Between Americans and say, Vietnam, Me these and Cambodians and the history of occupation that Americans have had AH, had in Vietnam in Cambodian. It's completely different. And I would also say that you know, a white tourist in HR also is they're considered an outsider. Yes, and their exotic fied, but they're not structurally marginalized in the same way they're not considered inferior. The way that say someone who's black or someone whose color is skin color is darker would be in America or in other countries. Well, Kristina Tweets, this book may be processed things I didn't know I had to the role of friendships that challenge you when no one else will. And the essay and Theresa Kyoung cha. So much, And I do want to ask you about your decision to include a whole essay on Theresa Hak young child. I don't think a lot of people are actually familiar with her. But one of the things that you One of the things that you really also point out is how how unfamiliar they are with the circumstances of her death. And what was behind so that could you just describe briefly? Theresa Hakim child situation and why it was so important for you to dedicate Really? Yeah. Conference of Look at her. There's a hook in charge. Was a poet, an artist who immigrated to San Francisco actually, a TTE the age of when she was 13 or 14 and she was from guard, artist and writer. She went to Berkeley and he was someone who inspired me from when I was you know, Since I was in college, I was introduced her by this other amazing Korean American poet Myung make him and she was someone who was always Is her book. Decay was brown. Groundbreaking for me, and the quicker dictator is ah book that is a memoir, a photo collage poetry. It's a It's an uncapped Garai Zobel genre cross genre book that is about her life but is also book about Korea. Told through the stories of women, revolutionaries and martyrs, and this book has always been very influential to me now, Theresa come. Chaz had also a very short, tragic life. She was raped and murdered. In your city at the age of 31 31 in early eighties, and she was raped and murdered by a security guard. In in the park building, which is also a landmark building in downtown New York in SoHo, and I. Ah, you know, there's been a lot of people haven't heard about her, but a lot of scholars know about her. And there's a lot of bibliography about Theresa venture and, you know, I You know, I was like looking. I was writing a review, and I was mentioning Teresa. How can China decided to let up and see when she Was murdered, and I realize looking it up. But no one told that story about how she died, and that disturbed me. On and what was even more disturbing was when I was looking reading essays, biographies, curatorial notes about her was that people excluded the word break. They know one very few people mentioned that she was also raped. They just said that she died and I was really just kind of disconcerted by this kind of caginess. Why did people Why have like all these historians and scholars and neglected to write about her her her rape and murder and I thought it was a strange kind of silencing. And so I decided to Embark on this..

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10:20 min | 2 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis. Who believe that all people deserve access to education and culture to enrich a lifetime of exploration and learning on CD. Here's what's coming up in 30 minutes. Tonya, mostly long time TV personality, AL broker shares Life lessons and his new memoir titled You look so much better in person. Every day, Someone will say, Oh my gosh, You look so much better in person. It's not really a compliment. I make my living on TV. That's next time on here. Now. How the today show weather guy coming up on here and now 11 o'clock today 11 to 1 on You're listening to far on my meaning. Kim. We're talking with Kathy Park Hong poet and author of Minor Feelings. An Asian American Reckoning, a collection of essays where she explores the complexities the contradictions of an Asian American identity. And we're talking with you. Our listeners join us. What? Your questions for Cathy Park. Hong, The number 8667336786 Again, 8667336786 You can also get in touch on Twitter and Facebook. A K Q. E d Forum or email your questions to form. Shot or GE. This is no rights. What was your reaction? When you first heard the president used the phrase China virus or Chinese virus? And what would you say to white people who continue using the phrase Oh, that's a good question, but the second when from you said Ah, China for virus. I wasn't surprised. Sadly, I was in fact expecting him, Tio enable. Ah! And kind of promote the xenophobia, But I have Tio. I want his first say that. You know, he wasn't the one who initiated. I mean, I think anti Chinese and anti Asian racism was actually pretty global. You know, I was I first heard about it in Europe it happening in Europe. You know, we're in Australia. And so when it hit the U. S, and I started hearing incidents, I thought, OK, it's only a matter of time before Trump grabs onto it and will use it to displace responsibility and pin the blame on a minority on us. Asian Americans like he always does. So I was enraged. Yes, but I was not Surprised for those Who still continues using the term. Um, if I may, you know, it isn't just white people who use it. I mean, let's be riel. I've heard it across the spectrum. Yeah. Yes. And that actually, that was what was what's been kind of Thornier actually about the anti Asian racism is that it's not It's not just white people. When you know a lot of the xenophobia was happening in cities like Oakland and New York City. I was personally attacked by someone who was Latina ts. I wasn't angry at him. I think I was more sad and I think you know I tend to have approach it differently. I think that part of it has to do with You know when I see racism between POC between by Park, Um, I You know if it's if it's if I encounter anti blackness and Asian communities, I try as hard as I can to fight against it, and I have been fighting answered by writing his book. But when I see it from other Groups. I think a lot of it also just comes from ignorance and not knowing that Asian Americans are this really tenuous alliance, you know, and I'll hear comments like Oh, well, you know, in China, they could do this in China that you do that and It's It's kind of amazing to me how little Americans know about Asia and about Asian Americans and the differences between Asia and Asian Americans. That's sort of like saying it's kind of like when blaming China for blaming an Asian American for I mean, there's so many things wrong with it, but it's like, I guess it's like, kind of like, you know, after during World War, two blaming at France for the Holocaust, you know it's just people don't understand. People just don't know about Asian America and it's It's really quite unfortunate. And as you right when you do use Chinese, you implicate all Asians because Chineses select icky for Asians the way Kleenex is for tissues as I've said, and also, you're right. Your book really does grapple with inter racial conflict as well. And anti blackness in the Asian American community, which I think is really important conversation, especially to be having Right in this moment. But the other thing that you talk about is you use the word purgatory, A ll. I think to describe sort of the status of Asian Americans in this black white finally, and I was wondering if you could expand on that a little bit. What do you mean by purgatory? A ll Well, I do buy purgatory a life. That means that you know, Asian Americans are always somewhere in between whiteness and blackness. You know, I think Americans are used to looking at rate race between the poles of lightness and blackness and Asian Americans. And maybe to a certain extent. Ah latte necks and Latin ex people as well, Somewhere kind of in between. If we look at it, historically, Asian Americans were used as a wedge, right. Ah, Where they were considered the good minorities and remodel minorities over the good minorities who never asked for handouts and so forth. And so we were used as an example to undermine symbol of the civil rights movement and you know, or you could more recent example is the L. A riots where people you know there were a lot of like up beds and people saying, Like, Oh, look at these poor created merchants who are being attacked by these Rocket brown. People look at these black people who are having these riots and so forth. And, of course, if were used as a mark minority. As a wedge, African Americans will look as present. Feli will be resentful and not think of us as allies. You know on DH. That's something that we really need to kind of. Don de mystify and work on. You know, I think I'm very much interested in building bridges between other by park That's really important to me. Let me go to listener. Poor Ian Berkeley High Port. Hey, there. Can you hear me? Ok, I can Okay, Great. So I'm a white woman that and I live in Berkeley. And I'm a big, huge fan of Margaret Show and there many other comedians that I've heard on the radio are saying who are Korean American on DH. Seems like there's a lot of kind of cultural output. And I just wondered if there was something particular to the cream, American immigrant experience or just Korean American experience. That's different ladies from like the Chinese American experience. Not that you would necessarily know that but that really, you know, to promote. From what people being more more visible or no more more attracted to, you know, being comedians and Being being out there on the on the on a kind of super cultural stage, thinks thoughts, Captain Perkins. I don't know if I would kind of describe cultural generalizations. Do I like they're more Korean American comedians rather than Chinese American comedians, or, you know, there are also a lot of Indian American comedians as well. Um, I you know, And there are lots of, you know, Think of Ali wrong. Who's Who's Chinese and Vietnamese. American s o. You know, every I would say that like, if you're an outsider, you're going tohave. You know you're if you're an outsider looking in, you might have a more trenches, acerbic view of American culture, and that could apply to anyone who is either Asian, American or indigenous and Or black or what? When, whenever I think like there's a long history of marginalized people and comedy, Because comedy is the means to just speak the truth. It's like a church in horse where you could buy kind of Hide the truth in a joke, you know, And it's a way of also of laughing away one's pain on DH. You know, there's a long black history of that. And you see that in Asian culture as well, You know, I would say that with Korean Americans, you know, we have had Ah, really hard history, You know, I mean, I come from A long history of colonization and war, and you know this little country that is now divided between North and South. I've been beaten a lot, beaten up a lot by history and you know, and there's a lot of us also just scattered around the world. And I think kind of being this kind of exile being this exile position. Having kind of the violence of history behind you are going is going to give.

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08:13 min | 2 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kim. Writer Kathy Park. Hong is known for her acclaimed poetry collections, Dance, Dance, Revolution engine empire and translating mom. But her new book, minor feelings and Asian American Reckoning, his prose and it's merciless. She's hard on herself for seeking white approval hard on a system that keeps Asian Americans. And what Hyung has called a purgatory ALS status in the black white binary But across their seven essays, she also interjects humor and hope. Kathy parking Welcome to forum. Thank you. You have to be Yeah. Happy to have you on as well. You described writing this book at one point as a dare A dare to do what Uh, I think it was multiple there. Multiple dares. Ah dare to write autobiographically a dare to write personally a dare. I have, you know, in my poetry have always written about race, but in an indirect way. And, um I with this book. I wanted to tackle it directly. It was kind of like a head on collision with the with all of my issues with the term Asian American identity and how I as an Asian American fit into the racial conversation in America. I think the label Asian America is really quite amorphous and and You know hard to define because we're in such a into between condition and it's easy to kind of reduced or simplify what Asians are. So you know, Despite all of these hazardous risk, that was my attacked. Did you feel more exposed writing? Sort of autobiographically and and writing in prose. Yes, that being said it was easier for me to write autobiographically in prose than poetry in poetry, For whatever reason, because of the line break, I I like to write in persona. You know, I'm much more interested in different characters, whereas in prose it was just it just seemed more of a down to earth genre where I could Um, you know, be myself. But it took a long time to find that voice where I felt like I was myself. You know, I had to find that voice So we touched on this or I I mentioned it a little bit in our billboard. But what are minor feelings? It's such an interesting construction in terms of the term minor. I was wondering if I could just read I was planning on reading a passage to find feelings. I was thinking that maybe that might be more efficient if found. So this is this's a second essay called Stand Up in which I talk about the standard comedian Richard Pryor and how much I identified with him. And yet I also talked about the complexities of identifying with him because he's blocking on eight Korean American. On DH. Then I talk about why, and I'll just start off there. Um, In prior I saw someone channel what I call minor feelings. Racialized range of emotions that are negative dysphoric and therefore until a genic built from the sediments of everyday racial experience and the irritant Of having one's perception of reality constantly questioned or dismissed. Minor feelings arise, for instance, upon hearing a slight and knowing it's racial and being told Oh, that's all in your head. A now classic book that explores minor feelings is Claudia Rankin's citizen After hearing a racist remark, she's the speaker asked herself What did you say she saw what she saw. She heard what she heard. But after her reality has been bit a little so many times, she begins to doubt her very own senses. Such disfiguring of senses engenders and minor feelings of paranoia, Shame, Eric ation and melancholy nine or feelings or not featured in the contemporary American literature because these emotions do not conform to the archetypal narrative that highlights Survival of self determination. Unlike the organizing principles of the building's Roman minor feelings, they're not generated from major change, but from lack of change. In particular structural, racial and economic change, rather than using racial trauma as a dramatic stage for the individual growth. The literature of minor feelings explores the trauma of a racist capitalist system that keeps the individual in place. It's playing tennis while black and dining out well black, its hearing the same verdict when testimony after testimony has been given after every print run rank and adds another name of a black citizen murdered by a cop to an already long list of knee a names at the end of the book. This acknowledges both remembering and the fact that change is not happening fast enough. Them, And I'm happy to expand upon that passage. If if you're interested, Yes, we're talking with Kathy par con poet and author of reading from her book, minor feelings and Asian American reckoning. There is so much that is in that passage and reminds me of the different ways that you illustrated in your book. I mean, There is this one incident that you talk about where you wear a T shirt to school that has a Playboy bunny on hit and I felt like that was Such a good representation of minor feelings, especially as a young person, the paranoia that the shame and irritation that you described as part of that whole sort of ambient feeling that surrounds you. I wonder, Could you describe that experience? Yeah, sure. I mean, it's a minor feelings and be a little bit abstract, but I think it's best understood through different examples. So it's because I wrote it as a kind of comical moment, Brooke, but it it was also kind of dramatic At the time. I was like seven or eight years old. I was in elementary school and my mother who's an immigrant didn't really come across, didn't understand. Maybe she knew what Playboy Wass, but she did. Is not familiar with the Ah logo. And so for whatever reason, we had a child sized T shirt of a Playboy bunny. You know, just a logo and she thought it was just someone give. She thought someone gave it to her as a zoo gift for me. So the next day? I don't know to this day. I have no idea why we have it had it so she'd put me in that T shirt and sent me off to school the next day, and I didn't know what the chairman and I just recall. Ah, that I was in recess and very few friends. Back then, and I was wearing the T shirt. And then there was this older kid who is probably in fifth or sixth grade who came up to me and said. Do you know what that means? And I said, no. Um, I don't know what it means and you know, she kind of smarter, laughed and ran away, Pot told her friends and Basically, at that moment I go into described what happens. I felt this extreme shame, right? An embarrassment. I just very hot. My face felt very hot and I felt like a target and But what was really specific about this experience was that I felt shame. But I don't know what? Why? Why? I felt that she might even let in..

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02:45 min | 3 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Didn't really experience it the first time with Harvey but I guess just going outside and seeing people begging for help it was it was really scary at least two people have died about seventeen hundred rescues have taken place in the Houston area a four month LGBTQ issues will draw several democratic presidential candidates to coal college in cedar rapids Iowa tonight Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Cory Booker and Tulsi Gabbard are among those expected to participate a flaw in apple's new iOS for iPhone can expose contact details stored without a passcode or biometric identification a cyber security through ZSU reported the bug to apple says the company has known about the flaw since July you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio. another death has been linked to vaping NBC's Kathy park says the number of vaping related illnesses is rising quickly eight confirmed deaths and five hundred thirty probable cases a long illnesses in thirty eight states that's nearly a forty percent increase from last week according to the CDC Amanda's forties died this week in Saint Louis health officials in Missouri claim the man had healthy lung function before you started using E. cigarettes in the spring because of chronic pain issues T. Boone Pickens is being remembered a week after his death during yesterday's memorial service out of Dallas church Texas governor Greg Abbott said the billionaire entrepreneur was bigger than life and bigger than Texas itself when a reporter asked goon one time if he was from Texas or from Oklahoma whose answer was but. this was too big to be confined to just one St Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Pickens touched and inspired plenty of people actor comedian Kevin Hart is out of physical rehab and recuperating back at home hearts suffered a fractured spine in a car crash earlier this month in Malibu he was in the hospital under heavy medication for ten days before beginning physical therapy TMZ reports people close to heart say a physical therapist will be coming to his house heart has said he's grateful to be alive and is still in pain but is handling it without medications today is known as parking day an event celebrated worldwide that re imagines the possibilities of public space you may find it difficult today to find a parking space at a meter as activist architects and other concerned citizens transform metered parking spaces into temporary public parks organizers say the event is meant to raise public awareness of the need for more pedestrian friendly spaces in urban areas so as you travel around town looking for a parking space a parking spot may be transformed today into green space to play eat or just relax Paul Perillo reporting and I'm Tom Roberts NBC news radio. the.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"About the this. This new challenge doctors warning teenagers not to participate in the shell on challenge. That is eating foods with with the shell on it to the the outer portion on it. Banana skin of for Pete's sake. Shells. Ios walnut. Brazil nuts. Oh, kill me to talk about. Something know what you're talking about. Of course. Yeah. Oh, yes. Kill me. Now it is now. Eight forty one on Orlando's morning news. I'm Marsha Taylor. And recap Yudo will central Florida home foreclosures were up for the first quarter of this year compared to the first three months of twenty eight teen home for closures in orange Osceola Seminole and lake counties grew by sixty percent during the first quarter of this year lenders for closed on more than two thousand homes that's up from twelve hundred eighty during the same period last year nationally foreclosures dropped by fifteen percent year over year. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO, topeka's employees recovering this morning after an attack by a rare male Sumatran tiger. Here's reporter, Kathy parks, trainer suffered injuries to back, neck and arm, and is now recovering post-surgery. We're told that she entered the Tigers exist. Which is part of normal housekeeping when send g attacked now zoo director Brennan Wiley says all of his staff the training that he does with Steph paid off after ten minutes after the attack began the tiger was back in a secure location. The staffer was getting medical treatment ten minutes. Ten minutes a long time to be attacked by a tiger does. And they said she had a lot of stop soft tissue damage to the back of her head the back of her neck her.

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

"kathy park" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The now is against Paul Manafort is reportedly stepping down NPR reports. Weisman will also leave the Justice department and now plans to study and teach at New York University while working on preventing wrongful convictions. One source told NPR that Weisman's departures a clear sign that Muller's work is finally winding up. It follows the departure of the most senior FBI agent working on the Muller probe who has started a new job as head of the FBI's office in Richmond Virginia, Mike Bauer. NBC News Radio and Jesse smell is due back into Chicago courtroom today. The empire actress facing sixteen felony counts of disorderly conduct over allegations. He staged a racist and homophobic attack. January cameras will be allowed in the courtroom for the hearing. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. It's been decades. It's a mall boss was killed in New York. But a suspected mafia boss has been gunned down outside of his home on Staten Island in a brazen shooting straight out of a crime drama, Fifty-three-year-old Francesco, Frankie boy Kelly was found with multiple gunshot wounds to the torso outside his home. According to police Kelly was having dinner with his family around nine pm when he stepped outside to talk to someone and was shot and killed law enforcement. Sources tell WNBA see that officials are investigating the attack as a possible mob. Head Kelly was believed to be the acting boss of the Gambino crime family the shooting took place in the affluent towed hill neighborhood of New York, Staten Island, which is well known for its crime connections. That's NBC's Kathy park the scene of Wednesday's shooting. Federal prosecutors in New York launching a criminal investigation into Facebook's deals to share data with other tech companies. A grand jury has subpoenaed records from two top tech companies. According to the New York Times both companies entered into. Partnerships with Facebook to get access to the personal information of hundreds of millions of its users a promotional website connected to the college cheating scandal is down. William Rick singer is accused of taking millions of dollars through a sham charity based in southern California. Then using that money as bribes to get kids into some of the best colleges in the country. He ran the company called the key worldwide in the dot com. Simply as a banner that states currently off line, but the page about the company is still up. It shows singer as a college coach and founder of the company singers pled guilty to the charges against him. Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio and more Americans are feeling first time claims for unemployment benefits, the Labor Department reporting this morning, two hundred twenty nine thousand workers filed initial claims last week six thousand more than the week before the biggest champs and claims where New York, California, Pennsylvania, Oregon and Georgia the sharpest clients were Massachusetts Kentucky, Washington Rhode Island at Michigan. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. This report. Is sponsored by Ashley homestore. Ashley.

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"kathy park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Right now in public life is apologizing pretty much twenty pretty much twenty four seven right. Everyone's the governor Virginia apologizing the attorney general of Virginia apologizing actors apology everyone's coming out and apologizing and I thought I should start tonight show by just coming clean. They've dug up some embarrassing footage of me. Yeah. It's every episode of my show over the last twenty five years. Yeah. I just want to say, I'm sorry. Not good enough. Good morning. It's five thirty nine. Now on Orlando's morning news. I'm Rika Puteaux. And I'm Marsha Taylor. While we've been talking about the chaos in Virginia after the state's three top officials all Dem's are facing accusations and questions about accents all that black face in their past. Here's the latest in Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam has all but vanished. No word from him at all. In nearly a week an avalanche of headlines telling the tale state of turmoil political crisis escalates, what next Virginia's second highest ranking official Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax now fending off an allegation of sexual assault. The state's third highest ranking official attorney general Mark herring. Another democrat also engulfed in scandal. After admitting he wore black face once in the nineteen eighties. And now a fourth top official coming under fire as well. This time a Republican sneaker and apparel company. Adidas is facing a firestorm of criticism for its attempt at creating a special. Shoe in honor of black history month, apparel companies are no stranger to controversy when it comes to certain causes and cultural events, but the Adidas white version of the ultra boost sneaker is an epic failure a white sneaker named uncared to black history month. Reggie Wade with Yahoo finance. He is actually provided a statements. Yahoo finance? They said that what they were going for was the Harlem renaissance white tie, white vests, white jackets, but naming a black history month shoe was probably out of life. The shoe was scheduled to be released earlier this week, but Adidas pulled the sneaker due to the court of public opinion. I'm Tony Marino. See the sneaker and the full story in the news ninety six point five WDBO app is in damage control mode after getting hit with complaints about one of its sweaters. Here's reporter Kathy park, the luxury fashion label apologizing on its website and pulling the item, adding it is fully committed to increasing diversity throughout our organization. The sweater in question is a black turtleneck polls. Over the bottom of the face with a cutout oversized red lips around the mouth was selling for eight hundred ninety dollars.

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