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"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 7 months ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"kyra stall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Did. But we are. It turns out smack dab in the middle of cinema Week 2021 movie theaters and industry groups getting together to promote the culture of movie going. Now that we can. Stephanie Silverman is the executive director of the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville. Also, she is one of the 10 people we have been following in our series, the United States of work. Well, well, well. Stephanie Silverman as I live and breathe Well, hello, Kyra. Stall. Nice to hear your voice again. Good to talk to you, too. How are you? Have you been? You know, pretty good. All in all, um, you know, still still on the covid roller coaster. But, um, it's a good new phase. I think starting to work our way back to some sense of normalcy. You are open in person. Yes, I can go see a movie. Next time I come to Nashville. You can every single day of the week. Uh, it's been good. We reopened officially on April 23rd. So it's been a few weeks now. So what's it like on a Friday night? I mean, are there crowds and lines of their people eating Bob corn and all that good stuff? There are definitely people eating popcorn. Um, crowds. It's very inconsistent. I would just say right now. It's been interesting to us as we watch sort of what people are coming to. You know, we have a sold out screening of the film Children of Men tonight, Right in the middle of the week. A movie that is has been out in the world for a long time. But we have a speaker and a bunch of other stuff around it, and that's sold out for us is at 50% capacity, of course, right now, But you know some of the other stuff some of the new release stuff that also might have a life on another streaming platforms say. It's lower so time for some heavy curation to to really find the right mix. This is a little touchy failure than I usually get. But people missed you clearly. Yeah, they did, and we missed them. It's been pretty great to be back, and especially for our regular, you know, to see our regulars to see people's just standing in the lobby, talking about movies after a movie. It's powerful. It's it's and it's really rewarding honestly. Yeah, and and validating right in terms of what you do, right? We talked about this before you're you're a mission driven person in the mission driven organization. But even a mission driven organization needs money. Last time we had John We talked about the shuttered venue operators grant and how you were kind of hanging fire on that and trying to get some money. And where does that stand? Well, our application did move from submitted to under review yesterday, which is good. Of course, the applications have been in for over nine weeks now, so we're still waiting, and this money was legislatively authorized in December, so The gift of the support. It was really like a light at the end of the tunnel, but the process has been, um I will just say maddening is the kindest word I can use to describe it right now. Um, do you think you're out of the woods? You know, I do think we are. I think the sort of the rough sea things ahead of us are just getting people used to being in a space like a theater again. And part of it, I think is just like the rapid nous of change. So I just I think we're just in the re learning process and theaters are kind of at that at that. The end of the tail sort of, um Yeah, And then you know, we're we are still working through what was, um, a pandemic release model for new movies Right, which was screaming and maybe in the four theaters that were open in the country. Um, so that's the That's the structural changes question right? Because there are clearly structural changes coming to your industry and how you can deal with that. Well, we've always been pretty good at navigating these things, uh, through the way we program frankly, just by directly marketing movies to audiences in a way that's different from the larger national model. But I also know that there, you know, I think maybe even our distributor friends are going to learn some lessons about just going straight to streaming and how many people actually see that wonderful filmmakers movie if they don't give it the kind of exhibition first release whether those windows stay open as long as they used to, I don't know, but there's I still really feel that what we do In movie world is something different for that piece of work. Then what happens when it's on in TV world in your house? Yeah. Stephanie Silverman. She's the executive director of the Belcourt Theatre there in Nashville, Tennessee. Trying to get by trying to get back is what they're doing, Stephanie. Thanks a lot. It's really good to talk to you again. Thanks, Kai. It's really good to talk to you to do. Okay back to real estate here for just a second because it matters, right? We have told you I can't count. How many times including.

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"kyra stall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KCRW

"You missed this full disclosure. I did. But we are. It turns out smack dab in the middle of cinema Week 2021 movie theaters and industry groups getting together to promote the culture of movie going. Now that we can. Stephanie Silverman is the executive director of the Belcourt Theatre in Nashville. Also, she is one of the 10 people we have been following in our series of the United States of work. Well, well, well. Stephanie Silverman as I live and breathe Well, hello, Kyra. Stall. Nice to hear your voice again. Good to talk to you, too. How are you? Have you been? You know, pretty good. All in all, um, you know, still still on the covid roller coaster, But, um, yeah, It's a good new phase. I think starting to work our way back to some sense of normalcy. You are open in person. Yes, I can go see a movie. Next time I come to Nashville. You can every single day of the week. Uh, it's been good. We reopened officially on April 23rd. So it's been a few weeks now. So what's it like on a Friday night? I mean, are there crowds and lines? Are there people eating popcorn and all that good stuff? There are definitely people eating popcorn. Um, crowds. It's very inconsistent. I would just say right now. It's been interesting to us as we watch sort of what people are coming to. We have a sold out screening of the film Children of Men tonight, Right in the middle of the week. A movie that is has been out in the world for a long time. But we have a speaker and a bunch of other stuff around it, and that's sold out for us is at 50% capacity, of course, right now, But you know some of the other stuff some of the new release stuff that also might have a life on another streaming platforms say. It's slower so time for some heavy curation to to really find the right mix. This is a little touchy failure than I usually get. But people missed you clearly. Yeah, they did, and we missed them. It's been pretty great to be back, and especially for our regular, you know, to see our regulars to see people's just standing in the lobby, talking about movies after a movie. It's powerful. It's it's and it's really rewarding honestly. Yeah, and and validating right in terms of what you do, right? We talked about this before you're you're a mission driven person in the mission driven organization. But even a mission driven organization needs money. Last time we had John We talked about the shuttered venue operators grant and how you were kind of hanging fire on that and trying to get some money. And where does that stand? Well, our application did move from submitted to under review yesterday, which is good. Of course, the applications have been in for over nine weeks now, so we're still waiting, and this money was legislatively authorized in December, so The gift of the support. It was really like a light at the end of the tunnel, but the process has been, um I will just say maddening is the kindest word I can use to describe it right now. Um, do you think you're out of the woods? You know, I do think we are. I think the sort of the rough sea things ahead of us are just getting people used to being in a space like a theater again. And part of it, I think is just like the rapid nous of change. So I just I think we're just in the re learning process and theaters are kind of at that at The end of the tail sort of, um Yeah, And then you know, we are still working through what was, um, a pandemic release model for new movies Right, which was screaming and maybe in the four theaters that were open in the country. Um, so that's the That's the structural changes question right? Because there are clearly structural changes coming to your industry and and How you can deal with that? Well, we've always been pretty good at navigating these things, uh, through the way we program frankly, just by directly marketing movies to audiences in a way that's different from the larger national model. But I also know that there, you know, I think maybe even our distributor friends are going to learn some lessons about just going straight to streaming and how many people actually see that wonderful filmmakers movie if they don't give it the kind of exhibition first release whether those windows stay open as long as they used to, I don't know, but there's I still really feel that what we do in movie world is something different for that piece of work. Then what happens when it's on in TV world in your house? Yeah. Stephanie Silverman. She's the executive director of the Belcourt Theatre there in Nashville, Tennessee. Trying to get by trying to get back is what they're doing, Stephanie. Thanks a lot. It's really good to talk to you again. Thanks, God, it's really good to talk to you, too. Mhm. Yeah. Okay back to real estate here for just a second because it matters, right? We have told you I can't count..

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"kyra stall" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:46 min | 8 months ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on WBUR

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"kyra stall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In for Kyra Stall. It is Friday, the first of January. 2021 good to have you all along and happy New Year. We are in a strange economy. Right now The U. S stock market made a pretty wild comeback and end of the year at record highs. That is, against the backdrop of a pandemic that has taken the lives of more than 340,000 people. Left millions jobless and hungry. The president after holding up the $900 billion pandemic relief package, and dangling the possibility of a government shutdown, finally signed the legislation. And now some much needed help is on its way here to talk more about the week that was and what we might see in this new year. I've got genius My life from the New York Times and David Kara. Hey, you two Everyone. Okay. Hey, So I'm going to start with you, David s so we had this week in which the president waited several days to sign this pandemic relief bill. And it got off to a rocky start because you know, there was confusion about how the delays would impact the rollout of this money. Andhra, starting to see some of those relief checks reach people's bank accounts now, But what do we know about how quickly this package is going to be felt across the economy? Well, we know there's gonna be some kind of delay. There is some clumsiness in terms of how this was handled. You mentioned the president was reluctant to sign this legislation. Even when everyone thought that he would. It was sent down tomorrow Lago, where he was for the holidays, and I'm not signing it. And so he signed it after this deadline expired as you mention there's some good stuff in here for people who were needing help an extension on him. Women benefits through these pandemic unemployment programs that were helping 11 or 12 million people Those were gonna be extended. They're gonna get benefits Another 10 or 11 weeks depending on how this rollout goes, and the state payments are going to be up as well. We're gonna have a fiction protections, the rental assistance as well. So it is going to help people who need it. But the debate continues over the size of these direct payments. Tomo Eric UN's It's $600. In that legislation. There was some hope on the president's part on the part of many Democrats and Republicans that would be up to $2000. The House passed that legislation separately. It seems stuck, though. So so we're at this precipice. We're waiting for the new Congress to come. And it seems unlikely anything's gonna happen before their sworn in on. I think they'll be a lot of people in America who need that money who were hoping for that money. We'll just have to continue the way with this uncertainty. Right, Right. And so on that note, Gina. I mean, what could realistically happen from January 3rd a couple days when the new Congress has sworn in till you know Biden takes the presidency on January 20th. I mean, could we see any legislation? What's actually realistic? And if not, you know what challenges could lawmakers and administration face and trying to get more money and help to folks this year? May I think, I mean, the good news is that $600 checks are already going out to the people who qualify for them. But I think the real question is going to be whether they can get that bigger extended check out and that's clearly gonna be the priority. I think it's probably unlikely that you're going to see any quick movement on that Congress. The reason being that we're not actually sure who's going to be in control of the Senate Yet we still got these running races in Georgia on DSA. I think it for a while. At least it's not gonna make a lot of sense to get something through quickly. You're gonna have to kind of see how that plays out on guy. Think then you know once we once we have that happen, you're going tol sort of see how how the cards are stacked from there could be pretty pivotal. You know, If the Democrats have control of both houses, it's gonna be a very different Congress than if Republicans retain control of the Senate. Right on by David, I want to go toe something I mentioned at the top of the show about this strange economy that we're in right now, you know so financially, You know, people are hurting and things in this world feel pretty awful. You and the world financial markets things. They're going pretty well. You know, I have Kai's voice in my head. And he's saying the stock market is not the economy and the economy's mother's dog market, which is true, But I'm can you explain what's going on here? Like why are we seeing all these? All time highs in the markets. Yeah, I would ever quibbled with with guys truisms course, And I think that's true. These are separate things and who's doing well, largely are these these big companies and they have been over the course of the last year. But when you look at the story, this economy it's really the story of the consumer. It's the story of Americans who have lost their jobs have tried to get them back. And if you just take a look at the landscape right now, it seems pretty bleak. You have a recovery that was sputtering along and is now slowing. Joblessness is still a huge issue. We're looking ahead to another job. Court. That's likely to not be great. And if you look at weekly first time claims this last week still had 800,000 jobs like 800,000 violence for the first time, That's incredibly high and you know, I wouldn't say people are inured to it. But when we first saw those numbers at the beginning of this crisis, it was a real shocker. And it's been a persistent thing that we've seen week after week. After week s O becomes the whole isn't doing great As you mentioned the background music to all of this has to do with the corona viruses. It has since the start and we see the trouble rolling out these with rolling out these vaccines. We see restaurants and bars struggling Azzawi see the instance of cases kicking up across the country. There's a lot to make. Consumer service. There's a lot to make on this nervous as they look at the health of the U. S economy overall Mm hmm. Do you know anything you would add on that I'm on why we're seeing these record highs in the stock market. I think one thing that you know it gets head off in, so I'm not gonna pile on too hard here. But the fact is clearly part of this story. Low rates. Good news for the stock market QE they're buying. You know a lot of bond purchases. They're doing a lot of bond purchases through this.

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"kyra stall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Angeles. I'm it in the face in for Kyra Stall. It is Friday, the 25th of December. Good to have you all along and Merry Christmas. Everyone celebrating So what a week. It has been. Feels like a lot happens. Yeah, not much at all. Congress did pass a $900 billion covert relief bill on Monday. We just don't know when or if President Trump will sign it, So we're going to dig into all of that. And here to do it with me is too deep. Ready from politico and Catherine Rampell from the Washington Post. Hey, you two Hey, Reema. So, Katherine, I want to start with you yesterday. I saw this tweet, I think really encapsulates what's going on here? And basically said so often when we talk about what's happening in Congress or the White House, it's easy to talk about it like it's a TV drama right or in this case, it feels like a bit of a Christmas showdown. But I think it's really important here. T Keep in mind the stakes, right? The stakes are really high. Can you remind us? I mean, what does this really this dysfunction mean for people for Americans? The longer this bill is held up, it means people will be hungry. People will be evicted. People may go into bankruptcy. They they May go into foreclosure. There are 14 million people who are estimated to lose their unemployment benefits alone effectively tomorrow the day after Christmas. If, in fact, this bill isn't signed another 30 million Americans who are protected by an eviction moratorium will no longer have that protection at the end of the month. So this this has real consequences, right? This is not just about, you know. One upsmanship or political game. People's lives are on the line. They need the food aid. They need the unemployment assistance they need the rental assistance. That is part of this bill, not to mention the many small businesses, of course that are teetering on the edge. That could also use the $300 million in in small business loans that is wrapped up in this bill as well. Yeah, we're actually gonna get into that little bit later in the show. Also, there was a great article in The Washington Post from your colleagues this week about how you'll have just been flooded with messages and calls from people who, as he said her about to lose their homes are going hungry. And if I like the general sentiment there was you know, how can people in Congress that the president? How can they sell their Christmas when, as you said, 14 million Americans are slated to lose unemployment eight tomorrow. Yeah, I mean, it's it's It's really a stark contrast and look, Congress came to an agreement. It took a long time It took many months for them to hammer out a deal. It's not a perfect deal, but it's one that's necessary. And then, of course, Trump seems to have blown that up. Hopefully not irreparably. Yeah, and so deep. I want you to talk a little bit about the politics. So there's been a lot of back and forth this week. Can you give us a recap and give us a sense of what could possibly happen now? Yeah, This is ah, very weird situation where the president and his team negotiated an aid package really? Just a week ago and came to an agreement with Democratic leaders in Congress, Republicans, Democrats actually coming together and willing to give up some of their preferred Policies and got something done and a scaffold said Nothing here is perfect, but it is something that is absolutely believed to be necessary by people across the political spectrum. This was overwhelmingly accepted in Congress. You rarely see votes like this that are so lopsided and then for the president to come out and say. No, I want more after hit already really stood on the sidelines during a lot of the discussion. He could have pushed for more. You could have made this happen. But it takes a lot to get something through Congress is takes a lot to get Congress together. When you've got something lawmakers spread across the country, we need to travel back in. I still I find it hard to believe the president will actually veto this one and let the government shut down on Monday were Just a few weeks away from the end of his term. Does he really want a government shutdown on his hands? But it's just all so hard to believe the president's protest in decisions that he himself made just one week ago. He could push for this, and then you can keep pushing for more on Deacon actually get his party to do more if he wanted to, But he just hasn't weighed in and coming in after the fact it's just bizarre politics. Uh, well, there's our policy. Right, right. And so, yeah, as you all, said, quick notes. Quick SparkNotes. Recap here. Bunch of unemployment benefits expire tomorrow. Government funding expires Monday. And as of now there's no real pant plan to keep the government open the city if you don't think it'll lead to government shutdown Well, it just seems it seems like the president's gonna have toe accept what we've got here and what this move forward. All people want is for this virus TB under control. There were so many millions of people who for no fault of out of no fault of their own. They're struggling hotel workers, airline workers, restaurant workers, millions and millions of more from other industries. And they just want a stopgap. They just want to get through the next few months. We have hope on the other side. We've got vaccines rolling out way can see the end of this and you just need to get over this final hump. And it's not as heavy of a list lift, as it seemed to nine months ago to get to the other side, and we just need to push through to that end. Mm hmm..

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"kyra stall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"C. I'm Kimberly Adams in for Kyra Stall. It's Thursday, the 24th of December. Glad to have you with us over in Europe. Today, they finally finally reached a deal on Brexit on this side of the Atlantic. No such luck after President Trump refused to sign the coronavirus relief bill. Congress spent months negotiating. He's now in Florida, leaving Washington and America in limbo over what happens next. Many of the program's keeping millions of families of float are set to expire in just a few days. That stripped down relief bill we thought was going to pass left out eight for state and local governments. States are now fighting each other over, which should be able to collect income taxes for the hundreds of thousands of remote workers who used to commute across state lines from the workplace. Culture desk marketplaces Meghan McCarty Carino has that one. Before the pandemic. Dave Mirra, now ski commuted every day between his New Jersey home into work at an architecture firm in Manhattan. I ride my folding bike to the ferry, and then I take the ferry across. He also has to file Texas in both places. New York is one of seven states which tax workers based on where they're physical offices located New Jersey normally refunds the more than $1 billion paid by residents like Mira Now ski who have to pay taxes to New York, But this year is different. Think it was March 15th when my office closed, so New Jersey and about a dozen states are bringing the legal question to the Supreme Court. Try to stop states from taxing workers who never step foot in the office. This becomes a serious problem if remote work becomes a long term phenomenon, as it probably will. Jared Wall Sack with the Tax foundation says while states have had agreements to avoid double taxing workers that could change if your home state decides that You truly are both living and working in their state than they might still tax you, especially as state struggle to make up a drop in other tax revenues due to the pandemic, says Louise Shaner with the Brookings Institution. Clearly, there's some pain of things like cracking tolls and gas taxes and drops and tourism and sales taxes. All that's pushed state revenues down an average of 5%. So every last tax dollar counts. I'm making McCarty Carino for marketplace. It was a quiet day on Wall Street, but we'll have those details of it later when we do the numbers..

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"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Washington, D C. I'm Kimberly Adams in for Kyra Stall. It's Thursday, the 24th of December. Glad to have you with us over in Europe. Today, they finally finally reached a deal on Brexit. On this side of the Atlantic. No such luck after President Trump refused to sign the coronavirus relief Bill. Congress spent months negotiating He's now in Florida, leaving Washington and America in limbo over what happens next. Many of the program's keeping millions of families of float are set to expire in just a few days. That stripped down relief bill we thought was going to pass left out eight for state and local governments. States are now fighting each other over, which should be able to collect income taxes for the hundreds of thousands of remote workers who used to commute across state lines from the workplace. Culture desk marketplaces Meghan McCarty Carino has that one. Before the pandemic. Dave Mirra, now ski commuted every day between his New Jersey home into work at an architecture firm in Manhattan. I ride my folding bike to the ferry, and then I take the ferry across. He also has to file Texas in both places. New York is one of seven states which tax workers based on where they're physical offices located New Jersey normally refunds the more than $1 billion paid by residents like Mira Now ski who have to pay taxes to New York, But this year is different. Think it was March 15th when my office closed, So New Jersey and about a dozen states are bringing the legal question to the Supreme Court to try to stop states from taxing workers who never step foot in the office. This becomes a serious problem if remote work becomes a long term phenomenon, as it probably will. Jared Wall Sack with the Tax foundation says while states have had agreements to avoid double taxing workers that could change if your home state decides that you truly are both living in working in their state than they might still tax you, especially as state struggle to make up a drop in other tax revenues due to the pandemic, says Louise Shaner with the Brookings Institution. Clearly there's some pain of things like cracking tolls and gas taxes and drops and tourism and sales taxes. All that's pushed state revenues down an average of 5% so every last tax dollar counts. Meghan McCarty, Carino for Marketplace. It was a quiet day on Wall Street, but we'll have those details of it later when we do the numbers. With Washington still at odds over the next coronavirus relief package, nonprofit organizations, including churches and other faith based organizations. Have stepped in to fill the gaps in the social safety net by providing food,.

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KQED Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is NPR News Had on morning edition on Qi Q. B D. This year's National Book Awards, announced in the first ever virtual streaming ceremony went mostly to writers of color as the foundation that gives the prize is bound to be more inclusive. Join us for the story coming up. Also Lily Jamali with your California report ahead and ate at a good head at 5:51 A.m. on KQED. Here's what's ahead this afternoon. With rising cases and more shutdowns in some parts of this country. Things maybe are looking so good for the economy in the short term, huh? I I would say that my view over the next three years of anything has become somewhat more upbeat. We've seen our economy rebound more strongly than I expected. I'm kind ridsdel how the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York These things. That's next time on marketplace. Join us today for financial news with Kyra Stall at 4 P.m. in the state of Georgia to Senate run offs in January, will determine which political party controls the U. S Senate. Even if we're not allowed to vote yet we want to make sure that Our voices are heard. I'm Ari Shapiro will look at what activists in Georgia are doing to turn out the vote on the next. All things considered from NPR News. Stay informed this afternoon. All things considered along with Qi Q B D news. 4 30 today and coming up at 6 30. I'm the next political breakdown. His tweet threads have gone viral, but he's probably not. Who you'd expect to see is a social media star Bob Watchers cherub UCSF's Department of.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

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"Today full hour from 2 to 3 on DVD, the world We've been living in this corona virus economy for more than seven months now, and we've kind of lost a way of life, which means a lot of us in one way or another are doing that thing You do when you lose something going through the stages of grief and I've been depressed. I have quit one of my job. Rizal living in the Corona economy. Next time on marketplace. Join us for more today. With MARKETPLACE Kyra Stall at four and again at 6:30 P.m. America has voted will bring you the latest results in election 2020 and oral arguments at the Supreme Court that anti discrimination laws against religious rites I can't foster or adopt through an agency has a shared belief, a case that could help redefine religious liberty precedents this afternoon. On all things considered from NPR News. Join us today. Starting at 4 34 32 6 30. It's a return of marketplace at 6 30. Then it's 7 P.m. this evening. Fresh air returns next fresh air how our electoral system has been holding up after the polls closed. We talked with Barton Gellman, whose article The election that could break America is about how the pandemic a deluge of mail in ballots slowed postal delivery, voter suppression lawsuits, and the president himself could affect the outcome. Join us Be a part of it today on fresh air, or I should say this evening seven PM on member supported, cubed and then one hour later are eight o'clock special. It's Kelly Corrigan wonders tonight. Renowned educator Wanda Holland Green joins Kelly Corrigan. To dig into finding common ground with absolutely anyone, even people. We think we hate Kelly Corrigan wonders at eight PM there's a rebroadcast at 1 A.m. tomorrow morning on morning edition Up next. Georgia is one of the states that remains too close to call in the 2020 presidential election. Donald Trump won the state in 2016 by a margin of a little more than.

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"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Labor Day. What happens when workers have to supply their own relevance on another day of triple digit heat in parts of the West from American public media? This is marketplace. Marketplaces supported by progressive insurance, comparing car insurance rates from multiple insurers, so shoppers can evaluate options in one place Now. That's progressive. Comparisons available at progressive dot com are 1 800 progressive? And by ex chair office chair Dynamic variable lumbar support and 10 ergonomic features for maximum supporting comfort at x chair dot com or 8444 Ex chair. And by Fidelity Wealth Management, where advisers work with their clients to develop flexible investment strategies that evolves there needs change. Fidelity dot com slash well, Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC. From Baltimore today. I'm Amy Scott in for Kyra Stall. It is Monday, the seventh of September. Good to have you with us this labor day? The holiday weekend brought a record busting heat wave too much of the West Los Angeles recorded its highest temperature ever with part of the city reaching 121 degrees yesterday. And it's been a hotter than average summer across the country, one that many workers experienced from home instead of in their climate controlled offices. So how have remote workers been coping without industrial grade? H VAC systems from the workplace Culture desk now located in one very hot apartment marketplaces, Meghan McCarty Carino has the story. The decades old window. A C in my living room has been a godsend while working from home this summer, but it sounds sort of like a jet engine.

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KCRW

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KCRW

"This labor day. What happens when workers have to supply their own acey relevance on another day of triple digit heat in parts of the West? From American public media. This is marketplace. Marketplaces supported by progressive insurance, comparing car insurance rates from multiple insurers, so shoppers can evaluate options in one place. Now, that's progressive comparisons of a level of progressive dot com are 1 800 progressive. And by ex chair office chair dynamic variable lumbar support and tenor economic features for maximum support and comfort at x chair dot com or 8444 Ex chair. And by Fidelity Wealth Management, where advisers work with their clients to develop flexible investment strategies that evolves there needs change. Fidelity dot com slash well, Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC. From Baltimore today. I'm Amy Scott in for Kyra Stall. It is Monday, the seventh of September. Good to have you with us this labor day? The holiday weekend brought a record busting heat wave too much of the West Los Angeles recorded its highest temperature ever with part of the city reaching 121 degrees yesterday. And it's been a hotter than average summer across the country, one that many workers experienced from home instead of in their climate controlled offices. So how have remote workers been coping without industrial grade? H VAC systems from the workplace Culture desk now located in one very hot apartment marketplaces, Meghan McCarty Carino has the story. The decades old window. A C in my living room has been a godsend while working from home this summer, but it sounds sort of like a jet engine..

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"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Denver. I'm Amy Scott in for Kyra stall. It's Thursday, April fourth good to have you with us. The government is out with a preliminary report on an airline crash last month that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board. It was the second crash involving a Boeing seven thirty-seven max in five months. The report finds that the crew on the airlines flight followed all the procedures provided by Boeing but still weren't able to control the plane. Marketplace's Jack Stewart has been looking into what comes next for Boeing as it continues to work on a fix and try to restore the faith of the flying public. And investigators looked at data from flight BT three oh two's on board or quotas. The data shows the plane Jove hod several times before hitting the ground. This doesn't look good for Bill. I think this hurts them even more shoe impression Icke is at the center for aviation studies at a higher state univers-. City. He says the findings renew the focus on Boeing's 'em caste system a flight control program designed to push the nose of the big engines seven three seven max down to prevent a disastrous stole full investigations of both Boeing seven three seven. Max crashes could take a year. Investigators are also looking at physical evidence from recovered wreckage. That's a skill. That's taught in this. Los Angeles warehouse filled with twisted metal broken glass and torn cables in here, we have the wreckage of twelve crashed airplanes Thomas Anthony at the university of southern California uses these wrecks to train investigators from around the world to look at the positions of flack to read broken.

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KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"kyra stall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Marketplace, I'm Kimberly Adams in for Kyra, stall, China's president Xi Jinping is in Europe. Today, he signed a series of agreements with France. But it's Taina's deal with Italy that we're going to talk about now over the weekend. Italy signed on to be a part of China's belt and road initiative. It's a multi year plan to ease the movement of Chinese goods around the world and likely increased China's global influences, well, Italy is the first G seven country to join and I did so despite pressure not to from other European countries and the US. Marketplace's Tracey Samuelson explains. What's behind the partnership Twenty-nine deals worth roughly three billion dollars? It's not huge money. But for both Italy in China. There are economics and politics at play. An economic reason easily needs investment to boost its economy Jovana Demayo with the Brookings Institution. Growth for two thousand and nineteen was seen to zero point two percent. And it's like one percent less than the European average Italy's hoping for greater investment from China that China will buy more of its exports. It may even be hoping it can call in China for help should it. Find itself in a debt crisis in need of a friend to buy its bonds says Agatha Crotts with the rhodium group, and the politics credit says Italy's contrarian government is looking to assert its independence from Brussels, and therefore a saying very loudly, and that if it wants to cozy up or if he wants to get through to Beijing, then you will get to the debating on the Chinese side the belt and road initiative creates jobs for Chinese workers, and it helps facilitate Chinese trade and the politics Jacob Kirkegaard with the Peterson institute for national economics. There are those who will argue that's part of the reason that they're doing this is to essentially gain political influence, indie you. Therefore, there is a a degree of divide and conquer in this strategy that character. Dart says these deals may not even materialize if the political party that's pushing for them loses power in Italy. And whether they'd really boost China's influence in Europe,.

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