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"lakshmi" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Got taken out by Billie Eilish's bad guy. That's nuts. Okay, which of these Guinness record setting human body parts is the longest? Longest tongue, longest tooth, or longest ear hair. It's gotta be done. Yeah, I go with Tom. I agree, Tom. I guess it depends on how you measure the tongue. Tongue actually goes pretty far back into your tip to lip. That's the measurement. Tip to lip. Tip to lip. We are in a dangerous area. I'm just telling you. I'm using the verbiage that was given to me that is appropriate and correct. Official. There was also. Tip to live with the name of my college employees. We are tipped to live. All we need to get started is just from a location. Jenny's favorite joke she says it twice a day. Okay, so you're going with tongue. I'll tell you that the answer is maybe more disturbing. It is ear hair. This is a parade of horrible things. The longest tooth ever extracted was 1.46 inches. That's a pretty long tooth. Holy. That's gross. They were really old, you guys. They're a little long in the two. A little long in the second night. Nice. The record for longest tongue was set in 2012 by a man with a tongue that measures 3.97 inches from tip to lip. And the longest ear hair on record is more than 7 inches long. No. It is true. We all know from our recent experience that hair is growing. It's growing at the same time. A fantastic game you guys were such a good team. And Jenny.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Hi, Jonathan Colton. Hello. Of fira eisenberg of NPR's ask me another. So I'm not going to ask how you are. So here's another totally ridiculous question. What's new? It's a good question. This week I did a couple of home improvement projects. That's excellent. That is so I mean, that involves so many things I don't have energy focus. Yeah, listen, I'm not, I'm not an expert at this stuff. I'm relatively handy in that I can figure stuff out. But I feel like every time I approach one of these projects, I'm terrified that I'm going to do it wrong. And it usually goes the way I think, which is that I'm missing a crucial tool. Or I don't have the skill that I think I have. Or it doesn't it just doesn't go the way it's supposed to do. I think this is how it is for everybody. I think you just learn how to work around all these problems. But for him, all right, I have the shower that has like a glass, two glass walls on it. Yeah. And it is always leaked. It has always leaked. And so I was like, you know what? I'm gonna get in there, I'm gonna tear the cock out and I'm gonna recall this shower. So that is a such a string. I have once tried to do that to the edge of a tub. The hand strength required for that cocking gun is exhausting. It's exhausting. Caulking is so much more exhausting than you think of this. You have to squeeze that thing and then you have to keep squeezing it and keep squeezing kid squeezing. Crazy. It's no good. It should be an Olympic event. Yeah. Anyway, I got it done. I put the clock in. I was like, oh man, here we go, and I turn on the shower and I took a shower and I got out and it's still leaking. I'm sorry. So, I'm sorry. So that was a waste of time. But it's so frustrating to be these hope improvement projects because it's always like I always just want them to be smooth and beautiful and easy. And instead they are just endlessly complicated. My Achilles heel is that if I find that I don't have the right tool, I proceed anyway. So I'm like, oh, I can't, I need a special thing that especially made for exactly this problem. I don't have that am I really going to go back to the hardware store? No. Instead, I'm going to take a butter knife and I'm going to jam it in there and I'm going to hit the butter. I can't reach the hammer. So I'm going to hit the butter knife. With this, you know, with this Xbox controller. And that probably is going to work fine. The amount of times that I will even be too lazy to get a screwdriver and I just grab a steak knife. I don't put a screw with a steak knife. And I always like in those moments I always fast forward to myself in the emergency room. Right, try to explain this. Trying to explain, well, I didn't want to go get a screwdriver, so I just use a steak knife, which is why I'm here in the emergency room with a knife in my leg. Okay, well, maybe we should try something. We don't need any special tools for like our show..

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Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure Deal

Here and Now

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Senate Convenes for Rare Weekend Session Over Infrastructure Deal

"Lakshmi, saying the U. S. Senate is on its way to beginning formal debate on a $1 trillion infrastructure bill. The process temporarily stalled today after Republicans voiced concerns about how the legislation might affect broadband Internet rates. The bill is key to President Biden's agenda to upgrade the nation's aging infrastructure with broad bipartisan backing. Earlier today, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle appeared optimistic after they mustered enough votes this week to debate the bill. Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, was among them. When you have Chuck Schumer and you have Mitch McConnell voting for the same thing and a bill this large There's a lot of good here a lot of good mentioned, referencing the majority and minority leaders of the U. S Senate. Meanwhile, Democrats are pushing forward with a separate $3.5 trillion spending measure

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

Taking Her Lead

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

"Long time since i've sun but in fact there is one song which i will. Sing listing the notes. Because sure your time.

'Totally unnecessary': Senior officer testifies against Chauvin in murder trial

NPR News Now

02:14 min | 1 year ago

'Totally unnecessary': Senior officer testifies against Chauvin in murder trial

"Live from npr news. I'm lakshmi singh. The first week of derek chauvin murder trial has wrapped up with testimony from the minneapolis. Police departments most senior officer matt sepik of minnesota public radio reports. Lieutenant richard zimmermann told jurors that george floyd posed no threat to police. After he was handcuffed. Zimmerman has been with the department since one thousand nine hundred five and leads. Its homicide division. Here's how he responded when a prosecutor asked if chauvin was right to press his knee into george floyd's neck even as floyd lay handcuffed phase. Down putting your a knack for that amount of time is just uncalled for. I saw no reason why the officers felt they were endanger. The defense argues that chauvin charged with murder and manslaughter was acting within his training. But zimmerman said he himself was never trained in such technique for npr news. I met setback in minneapolis. The cdc now says there's low risk of traveling by plane trainer bus for people who are fully vaccinated against covid nineteen and the cdc says. It's not okay. For unvaccinated people to travel for non essential reasons given the threat of a fourth surge in the pandemic. dr anthony. Fauci the white house's chief advisor on kovic is urging individuals to stick with the kovic safety measures and to be patient. It's not easy to get people who've been going through this for such a long period of time to say i'm not going to go on a spring break and i'm not gonna take a vacation. Everybody wants to do that. But i'm telling you. I believe strongly that every day that goes by we get closer and closer to getting an advantage and that means the vaccines that are being distributed at over three million per day is going to get us to the end game where we want to be president. Joe biden announced more than twenty million vaccine. Doses were reported over the past week but with new cases in hospitalizations rising again he is urging those states that have lifted their mask mandates to reinstate them the labor department reports a big jump in job creation for the month of march.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Software People Stories

"Support even so that the liberty a beaver. Who expected are we ended up at that. We installer workman penguins for that date. So winston's we take liberties that we've made it a point finish job at all. I think maybe the Everyone understood and if work was not be wishing. I guess yeah that is liberty mutual and support. I guess that's what makes the marriage is work from nine edges. So i guess like dimensioned. Yup absolutely. I think you shared a lot of good points from your own experience. I'm sure this'll be very useful to everyone. Usually i like to end out. Conversations we have coming to the close of this episode by asking a career related question today. I'd probably asked the lead differently as a young couple. What would be your advice for people who are about to get married in two combinations the one where both of them the ninety like you where you do understand the lord and the expectations and the nature of work like you said. Sometimes they'd be more sometimes the rabbit blinds. And then you have some flexibility and in cases where one person is an id and the other one is not how can this mutual respect and support understanding. beat up do you have any additions. Okay so both of them were ninety. So i think mature both of them being as they should live to understand a. I assumed they must have had at one of expedients for matadi should be able to understand that the. It's and rv nine to fight dog. No you have. You cannot log in combat cool when it is time so there are expectations dead everywhere. Not only ninety. But i don't know about much about a few. So you have an expectation from your spouse and they're not able to meet it because of some work related deadline or an agenda Can change your holiday. I've seen catherine with him so on saturday afternoon saturday So.

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The second Trump impeachment trial is set for February. What happens next?

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

The second Trump impeachment trial is set for February. What happens next?

"That's G N E S. Y s dot com. Live from NPR News. I'm Lakshmi saying House Democrats are preparing to deliver the article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate today, another big step toward Trump's trial next month. NPR's Windsor Johnston. Reports George from the Senate will be sworn in on Tuesday and a trial will get underway The week of February. 8th giving House impeachment managers and Trump's legal team two weeks to prepare It would take a two thirds majority to convict the former

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"And here. They are returning champions. Amber ruffin and jedi hegel hello. Hey happy to have you join us. Amber you and jimmy. Both for late night with seth meyers amber at the beginning of june when the black lives matter protests hitting the streets. You actually started each show. You did a series of videos about your experiences being mistreated by the police. And i think it was about the fourth one that you started by saying okay. You know what. I'm actually out of stories and then you're like just kidding. I could keep doing this so anymore. So many more yeah. What kind of response did you get. A lot of people were like. Oh my god we had no idea it was like that and now we're looking at things in a different way. You know because. I do feel like until these protests. I think people thought that the cops were always right you know. I think it was a lot of that. Like i can remember grown men and women that i know being like well yeah. The community says that the cops were crazy but the cop said that it was the person who was in. Fact nuts bro. You know grown grown adults. And i thought oh well okay. They just have no reason to stretch their minds to make room for. You know the fact that a whole community can't be wrong. Everyone everyone in the community is a crazy person. All right <hes>. Yeah no you're absolutely right so we have the two of you here your good friends. You work together. You're used to hanging out. How often have you been talking to each other over the last few months not enough. I know genuine. I used to get breakfast together every morning at work from the second i would walk into work. We would immediately want them to the to tell you we would go to the cafeteria and get and gossip. We do our work and then we would go get lunch and then when we come back we do our work and then at night it'd be like texting each other. We are together so much that the lady who has the cashier upstairs <hes>. Once i came in to get lunch with my husband and then later that day. She saw jenny alone and she said to jenny. I saw your friend in here with a man. She really stepping out on me. I would be a mass side. Didn't back on the side of our relationship that's right lost trying to live all right. We've a couple of games for you. The first one is a audio quiz. It's an audio edition of our recurring game this that or the other. We're gonna play you a short clip of a youtube video and you have to tell us if the sound you hear is made by cat a sheep or a human baby great. This is great cat. She human baby all right. Here's your first clip. All right amber is the sheep. It's a shape interesting choice jenny. Alien baby alien. No human back with amber for once and say wait note. If she's agreed with more than i'd like to change my answer i would like to change it to human bay okay. So you're going with human baby your baby. You're going chaser okay. It's interesting that is a cat cats. No yeah that's from. Youtube channel called animals are awesome. So this cat is probably making the chattering sound because it's seen a bird or some other prey. Scientists don't know exactly why cats make that sound. Let me because he wants to eat that sentence. Scientists don't know why casts for sure. They are disgusting enact every single one of them is just biding their time till their owner turns their back so they

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Padma Lakshmi: Taste The Nation, From Your Couch

Ask Me Another

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Padma Lakshmi: Taste The Nation, From Your Couch

"And here. They are returning champions. Amber ruffin and jedi hegel hello. Hey happy to have you join us. Amber you and jimmy. Both for late night with seth meyers amber at the beginning of june when the black lives matter protests hitting the streets. You actually started each show. You did a series of videos about your experiences being mistreated by the police. And i think it was about the fourth one that you started by saying okay. You know what. I'm actually out of stories and then you're like just kidding. I could keep doing this so anymore. So many more yeah. What kind of response did you get. A lot of people were like. Oh my god we had no idea it was like that and now we're looking at things in a different way. You know because. I do feel like until these protests. I think people thought that the cops were always right you know. I think it was a lot of that. Like i can remember grown men and women that i know being like well yeah. The community says that the cops were crazy but the cop said that it was the person who was in. Fact nuts bro. You know grown grown adults. And i thought oh well okay. They just have no reason to stretch their minds to make room for. You know the fact that a whole community can't be wrong. Everyone everyone in the community is a crazy person. All right Yeah no you're absolutely right so we have the two of you here your good friends. You work together. You're used to hanging out. How often have you been talking to each other over the last few months not enough. I know genuine. I used to get breakfast together every morning at work from the second i would walk into work. We would immediately want them to the to tell you we would go to the cafeteria and get and gossip. We do our work and then we would go get lunch and then when we come back we do our work and then at night it'd be like texting each other. We are together so much that the lady who has the cashier upstairs Once i came in to get lunch with my husband and then later that day. She saw jenny alone and she said to jenny. I saw your friend in here with a man. She really stepping out on me. I would be a mass side. Didn't back on the side of our relationship that's right lost trying to live all right. We've a couple of games for you. The first one is a audio quiz. It's an audio edition of our recurring game this that or the other. We're gonna play you a short clip of a youtube video and you have to tell us if the sound you hear is made by cat a sheep or a human baby great. This is great cat. She human baby all right. Here's your first clip. All right amber is the sheep. It's a shape interesting choice jenny. Alien baby alien. No human back with amber for once and say wait note. If she's agreed with more than i'd like to change my answer i would like to change it to human bay okay. So you're going with human baby your baby. You're going chaser okay. It's interesting that is a cat cats. No yeah that's from. Youtube channel called animals are awesome. So this cat is probably making the chattering sound because it's seen a bird or some other prey. Scientists don't know exactly why cats make that sound. Let me because he wants to eat that sentence. Scientists don't know why casts for sure. They are disgusting enact every single one of them is just biding their time till their owner turns their back so they

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Biden Covid advisers say transition delay hurts pandemic prep beyond vaccines

NPR News Now

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Biden Covid advisers say transition delay hurts pandemic prep beyond vaccines

"From npr news. I'm lakshmi singh. President elect joe biden says. His transition team is moving ahead with plans to combat the coronavirus pandemic despite a lack of cooperation from the trump administration. Npr's windsor johnston reports with inauguration day. Fast approaching the white house is still refusing to give biden access to the nation's top public health experts even as the number of infections continues to hit daily record highs the nation's top infectious disease expert. Dr anthony fauci says a delay in essential transition talks between the trump and incoming biden administrations could delay the nation's response to the pandemic at a critical time. There has not been any form with discussions with the with the biden People on this that kind of thing makes it easier to just go from one to the other so yes. I would wish that we would be able to do that. That would be helpful. President-elect biden warned. This week that more americans could die at trump keeps refusing to coordinate planning for the distribution of a vaccine when it becomes available windsor johnston. Npr news

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Former Trump Advisor Steve Bannon Arrested on Fraud Charges in Border Wall Fundraising Scheme

All of It

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump Advisor Steve Bannon Arrested on Fraud Charges in Border Wall Fundraising Scheme

"Live from NPR news. I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump's former campaign adviser, Steve Bannon, has been arrested and charged with defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors is part of a fundraising campaign allegedly aimed at supporting Trump's border wall. Here's NPR's Windsor Johnston. Prosecutors in New York have charged Bannon and three others with defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors through his We build the wall fundraising campaign. The indictment accuses them of scheming to hide their misappropriation of funds by creating sham invoices and accounts to launder donations and to cover up their crimes. Prosecutors say the campaign raised more than $25 million NPR's Windsor Johnson reporting. Reacting moments ago, the president said he did not know anything about the alleged Crowdfunding scheme. Trump then said he disapproved of it and thought the project was Being done for quote, showboating reasons

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"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

"News. I'm Lakshmi Singh, Texas is making progress in its fight against Corona virus. The state reports that the number of new cases has been falling for several days now. A couple of weeks ago, a team of 20 medical specialist from New York arrived in Houston to help with testing thousands of people as they were about to leave Mayor Sylvester Turner, thank New York governor Andrew Cuomo for reaching out. Graciously offered to send support to the city of Houston to assist in our testing, recognizing that we're in the midst of a resurgent Different picture in Florida, which confirm more than 12,000 new cases of the virus today that putting the overall number at more than 400,000 in the states so far, President Trump Is now seeing eye to eye with public health experts who are strongly warning against holding large gatherings in the middle of a pandemic. His re election campaigns dropping plans the whole part of the GOP's nominating convention in Florida next month. More than four million people in the US are or have been infected with Corona virus over the past several months. Brazil has the second largest number of cases in the world, and you cases there are surging as well. This week it registered a daily record of nearly 68,000 cases. NPR's Philip Rieff says none of that is stopping Brazil's president from undermining isolation measures. Sooner or later, everyone will get the Corona virus unless they hide away in a corner, says Jabo Sonando. He has the virus himself, and he's finding hiding away difficult. A 65 year old Bulls nado yesterday drove a motor bike around the grounds of the presidential palace, where he's supposed to be in isolation. He was photographed chatting with groundsman without wearing a mask. The images don't show how far apart they were both scenarios. Critics say This is more reckless behavior from a president whose nation has more infections than anywhere except the U. S. And is averaging just over 1000 deaths a day. Clip Reeves. NPR NEWS radiation It'll. In other news, Iran's foreign minister is criticizing the U. S. After an Iranian airliner was intercepted by U. S fighter jet over Syria. We have more from not a home see in Beirut. Passengers aboard an Iranian commercial flight were alarmed when they're Beirut bound plane plunged abruptly as it flew over Syria. Video footage circulated online and the Iranian state news shows passengers onboard the Mahan airliner screaming as the plane suddenly dropped. It also shows at least two fighter jets flying beside the aircraft. A U. S official wrote in a statement to NPR that an American fighter had conducted what he called the standard visual inspection of the Iranian airliner, claiming it was from a safe distance. There is a U. S military base in serious, tough region where the Iranian passenger plane was in the air. Israel and the United States have long accused Mahan air of carrying weapons for Iran backed fighters and the airline is under US sanctions..

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"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR News. I'm Lakshmi Singh, a federal judge's demanding more information about President Trump's decision to spare Roger Stone from having to serve any more time in prison over his connection. To Russia's 2016 election breach. U. S District Judge Jamie Berman. Jackson wants information on the executive order commuting Roger Stone sentenced by tomorrow. Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff, who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, and helped lead President Trump's impeachment. Talked about the impact Trump's decision has on the judicial process. It's a really body blow to the rule of law in this country that under this presidency Our two standards of justice. There's one for friends and cronies and accomplices of the president. And then there's one for everybody else. But Trump accuses shift and other congressional Democrats of spearheading a politically motivated an unfair attack on him and his allies. Stone remains a felon convicted of lying to federal investigators, witness tampering and obstructing congress. But Trump commuted his 40 month prison sentence before Stone was due to report to a Federal prison in Georgia tomorrow. Federal executions are on hold after a US district judge stepped in at the last minute to order a closer review of the lethal injection process. We have more from NPR's Carrie Johnson. The ruling comes hours before the first federal execution in 17 years. Judge Tanya Checkin says the last minute court ruling is unfortunate. But she says the Justice Department rushed to set execution dates before lawsuits involving lethal injection had been fully decided. The judge says the lethal injections are very likely to cause extreme pain and needless suffering. The DOJ has been preparing the federal death chamber in Indiana for three executions this week. Court's in the Midwest are also hearing legal challenges filed by victim families and religious advisers to the men on death row. The US Supreme Court may ultimately weigh in on the cases. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington More than 1000 employees at the CDC have signed a letter alleging the agency has a quote toxic culture of racial aggression, NPR's Salinas him and stuff and has an exclusive the letter obtained by NPR and published it. NPR dot org's connects the fact that CDC has seemed to stumble in addressing racism as a root cause of the racial disparities evident in the Corona virus pandemic. With the racism the author's allege, is a quote crushing reality for people of color in their daily lived experiences here at CDC. Greg Millet is a former CDC epidemiologist now at the Foundation for AIDS Research. He says the letter resonated with him and that he's been troubled by the city's He's failure to address racism and Corona virus. CDC has been M I a On race and Kogan, 19. That's me is shameful. In a brief statement, CDC acknowledged that director Robert Redfield had.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"News. I'm Lakshmi Singh, The U. S. Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law requiring doctors who provide abortions tohave admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports. Conservative Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the courts for liberal justices in preserving abortion presidents, He said the legal doctrine of starry decisis means adhering to precedent and there are good reasons for that. People know what the rules of the game are. They don't think that courts are just deciding controversial issues based on their personal beliefs. It has pragmatic benefits. NPR's Nina Totenberg, the nation's top court dealt a blow to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in ruling the president can fire the director will NPR's Asma Khalid reports Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is defending her signature achievement. The consumer watchdog agency was the brainchild of Elizabeth Warren, who at the time was a professor at Harvard Law School. It was created in the wake of the financial crisis, but it's long been a thorn in the side of many Republicans. This decision is largely a win for conservatives, but Warren tried to strike an optimistic tone. She took to Twitter to say that after years of industry attacks and GOP opposition, a conservative Supreme Court has affirmed that the cfpb itself in the law that created it are constitutional. Ruling that the president can fire the director without cause is a hit to the bureau's fiercely guarded independence. But she says the court makes it clear the Cfpb has the right to exist, and it's here to stay. Asma Khalid. NPR NEWS Boeing 7 37 Max jet is a step closer to getting re certified and back in the air 16 months after two deadly crashes in the loss of hundreds of lives. NPR's David Shaper reports. The FAA is conducting a Siri's of test flights this week, which started today in the Seattle area. Regulators around the world grounded the 7 37 max in March of last year after the second of two crashes and Indonesian Ethiopia that killed 346 people. Both crashes are blamed in part on a flawed flight control system that erroneously sent the planes in the nose dives in a statement, the FAA says it's test pilots will evaluate changes Boeing is made to that flight control system. Taking the playing through a wide array of flight maneuvers and emergency procedures to assess whether the changes meet FAA certification standards. The test flights are expected to continue over three days at the FAA says there are a number of additional steps of the certification process that must be completed before the plane could be cleared to fly passengers again. David Shaper. NPR News. The man known as the Golden State killer who terrorized California the seventies and eighties, is pleading guilty. In a rare moment. Joseph James Angela junior foreign police officer, spoke up in court today. He acknowledged he would plead guilty of 13 murders and confessed to dozens of rapes. Under a plea agreement, he gets life in prison instead of the death penalty. This is NPR news live from kick you Edie News. I mean, Akin Bay Area turned attorneys and advocates say they're seeing a surgeon landlord's trying to evict tenants despite eviction moratoriums meant to help people who are financially suffering during the pandemic. The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, a statewide tenantsrights group. Some landlords are pressuring tenants to leave without issuing eviction notices. He's Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez reports on one Oakland family getting help from the city attorney's office. The Oakland to the attorney's office, wrote a letter to a landlord saying that they sent an invalid eviction notice and that the illegally changed the locks on the home of an Oakland family. The Castillo Castillo family fell behind on the rent after the father lost his job as a handyman because of the pandemic. The California apartment Association recommends landlords work with residents affected by covered 19 on payment plans. More than 1000 people incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison have active cases of covert 19 California corrections officials say 1000 and 11 inmates at the Marin County state lockup currently have the Corona virus. That's about 29% of the prison population. On top of that 89 San Quentin employees have active covert 19 cases. The increases began several weeks ago after dozens of inmates from a prison in Chino dealing with an outbreak were transferred to San Quentin. State lawmakers plan to hold a hearing about how California prison officials are handling the Kobe.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"David Welcome back to. <hes> thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be here, so your latest book is about drinking French, and it covers among other things, para teeth. The French have a very different meaning associated with that word. What is para? It's not just the cocktail. Well a para chief. It's the time of day between when you're done working and when you're going to have dinner, it's kind of a transition time you know the word comes from the Latin. You know to open up it sort of mentor. Open up your appetite for dinner, but in France also people eat late the alcohol. These cocktails appear Atif are not supposed to be like a sturdy American cocktail with three ounces of alcohol so. So, just describe what therefore and what they're like well a lot of the Pera tapes that we that we associate with France such as do bony lillay variously were health tonics had quinine in them, which one distiller told me goes it. That was the CBD of the Eighteen Ninety S. it was quite everybody wanted quinine. They used to have much higher alcohol content, and then they lowered the alcohol down, so they were more drinkable. Ice Cubes in them and so forth. And I think some of that might have been modeled after pestis. When that became popular, everyone was sort of leisurely drinking list drank adding to this class over the course of several hours. You talk about cafes a lot and you say I often referred to cafes. Is The living rooms of Paris? Everyone's welcome to gather there whether you're spent the night sweeping. The streets are working the streets. How does that play into this whole story about drinking and apparent teves well people? It's hard to underestimate the importance of a French cafe to a French person. I was I was in Italy a few years ago and I was like where all the cafes and there are cafes, but it not like Paris where there's like five on every block, just wanted every corner, French equal, or so into being convivial with their friends, meeting their friends, and they use cafes, not just somewhere to get a drink, but it's really somewhere to spend time. It's sort of like your home away from home. Well. We spoken about this before. But the you talk a lot about the French are really good at doing nothing in particular, but really enjoying the moment, and that plays into your whole book drinking from Yes. Yes. I I'm somebody that always has to be doing something and I really had to dial down my you know my own expectations of of my ability to just you know, turn off in. Just sit somewhere and be. Newsy and French verb to be. and. You know it's taken me a couple of years actually I can do it. I can go to a cafe and do nothing, but it's hard. I usually have to bring a book with me or I bring my laptop. But the French are very you go to cafes in. Someone's just sitting there for like three hours. And they're thinking about stuff. which is something that I aspire to? Let's talk about specific drinks you right? I marveled at the barrels of wine, left in the open Mediterranean air to intentionally oxidized became vermouth. I didn't know. vermouth is oxidized wine I. I thought it was wine. Our alcohol flavored with herbs and some other things you know all these things were the same to me. There were a lot of discoveries you know I always felt like. Like I know Vermouth, it's a it's a wine fortified aromatized wine with herbs and spices in it, and then I went. I went down to Marcel Annoy Lee Pratt vermouth is made, and they had thousand barrels outside, and they said yes. That's the flavor of our vermouth. The wine used to come from Spain on boats, and it got oxidized, and we wanNA keep that going. So, learning about what makes all these things different and interesting such as oxidizing wine intentionally for a year in the open air, give it a little saltiness and age. Surly the point, my life where I think a little saltiness in which is. Pretty pretty good I'm all for that, I'm making my living being salty in aged. At this point you and me both. You also mention a drink which you like. Call the long hello. Could you talk about that? Because that really appeal to me, but I love the name that was invented by a bar man called Damian Bolt. WHO has a bar? Really Great Bar in Brooklyn called Grand Army, and he came up with this cocktail, which has calvados in Apple Brandy from Normandy and then <hes> elder flower liqueur, and then you top the glass office, Champagne and a little nutmeg. And what's interesting about the French is they often say Oh, you should never defile wine or champagne like. Do not put ice in it do not. All these rules, and then there's all these drinks like the Kiro. The basically that you champagne as a base you know and they you add stuff to it. It's interesting because years ago, I went to a champagne dinner. With the owner of the most prestigious Champagne House and he said to me, you're better off putting an ice cube in a glass of champagne than drinking a warm glass of champagne. So. What's the difference between entertaining and France versus entertaining here in the states? Okay well. Actually read an article once for Ex pats about how to get used to going to a fringe party, because Americans are usually boisterous and lively, and are moving around and meeting people and having fun. Where's the French are more into discussions, so it's a different atmosphere. I, often joke like I've never been to an American dinner party. Where English grammar has come up as a point of discussion and debate and I think every French dinner party I've been to. Someone has brought up something about the French language people. Say Oh, you know you use the past participle of at, and it should be the imperfect. But my partners French and he told me he goes. You need to smile more. Oh. Tell! You don't smile and Paris because they'll know. You're American I was like I'm trying to look more friend. She's like you need to smile more. David Lee evinces outdone the French. David, it's been a real pleasure. Thank you for coming back to monster. Yes, it's always a pleasure to talk to you next time I see you. I think we should have a cocktail or two pair of teeth. Thanks David Bye bye.

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Padma Lakshmi in Search of America

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:41 min | 2 years ago

Padma Lakshmi in Search of America

"David Welcome back to. thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be here, so your latest book is about drinking French, and it covers among other things, para teeth. The French have a very different meaning associated with that word. What is para? It's not just the cocktail. Well a para chief. It's the time of day between when you're done working and when you're going to have dinner, it's kind of a transition time you know the word comes from the Latin. You know to open up it sort of mentor. Open up your appetite for dinner, but in France also people eat late the alcohol. These cocktails appear Atif are not supposed to be like a sturdy American cocktail with three ounces of alcohol so. So, just describe what therefore and what they're like well a lot of the Pera tapes that we that we associate with France such as do bony lillay variously were health tonics had quinine in them, which one distiller told me goes it. That was the CBD of the Eighteen Ninety S. it was quite everybody wanted quinine. They used to have much higher alcohol content, and then they lowered the alcohol down, so they were more drinkable. Ice Cubes in them and so forth. And I think some of that might have been modeled after pestis. When that became popular, everyone was sort of leisurely drinking list drank adding to this class over the course of several hours. You talk about cafes a lot and you say I often referred to cafes. Is The living rooms of Paris? Everyone's welcome to gather there whether you're spent the night sweeping. The streets are working the streets. How does that play into this whole story about drinking and apparent teves well people? It's hard to underestimate the importance of a French cafe to a French person. I was I was in Italy a few years ago and I was like where all the cafes and there are cafes, but it not like Paris where there's like five on every block, just wanted every corner, French equal, or so into being convivial with their friends, meeting their friends, and they use cafes, not just somewhere to get a drink, but it's really somewhere to spend time. It's sort of like your home away from home. Well. We spoken about this before. But the you talk a lot about the French are really good at doing nothing in particular, but really enjoying the moment, and that plays into your whole book drinking from Yes. Yes. I I'm somebody that always has to be doing something and I really had to dial down my you know my own expectations of of my ability to just you know, turn off in. Just sit somewhere and be. Newsy and French verb to be. and. You know it's taken me a couple of years actually I can do it. I can go to a cafe and do nothing, but it's hard. I usually have to bring a book with me or I bring my laptop. But the French are very you go to cafes in. Someone's just sitting there for like three hours. And they're thinking about stuff. which is something that I aspire to? Let's talk about specific drinks you right? I marveled at the barrels of wine, left in the open Mediterranean air to intentionally oxidized became vermouth. I didn't know. vermouth is oxidized wine I. I thought it was wine. Our alcohol flavored with herbs and some other things you know all these things were the same to me. There were a lot of discoveries you know I always felt like. Like I know Vermouth, it's a it's a wine fortified aromatized wine with herbs and spices in it, and then I went. I went down to Marcel Annoy Lee Pratt vermouth is made, and they had thousand barrels outside, and they said yes. That's the flavor of our vermouth. The wine used to come from Spain on boats, and it got oxidized, and we wanNA keep that going. So, learning about what makes all these things different and interesting such as oxidizing wine intentionally for a year in the open air, give it a little saltiness and age. Surly the point, my life where I think a little saltiness in which is. Pretty pretty good I'm all for that, I'm making my living being salty in aged. At this point you and me both. You also mention a drink which you like. Call the long hello. Could you talk about that? Because that really appeal to me, but I love the name that was invented by a bar man called Damian Bolt. WHO has a bar? Really Great Bar in Brooklyn called Grand Army, and he came up with this cocktail, which has calvados in Apple Brandy from Normandy and then elder flower liqueur, and then you top the glass office, Champagne and a little nutmeg. And what's interesting about the French is they often say Oh, you should never defile wine or champagne like. Do not put ice in it do not. All these rules, and then there's all these drinks like the Kiro. The basically that you champagne as a base you know and they you add stuff to it. It's interesting because years ago, I went to a champagne dinner. With the owner of the most prestigious Champagne House and he said to me, you're better off putting an ice cube in a glass of champagne than drinking a warm glass of champagne. So. What's the difference between entertaining and France versus entertaining here in the states? Okay well. Actually read an article once for Ex pats about how to get used to going to a fringe party, because Americans are usually boisterous and lively, and are moving around and meeting people and having fun. Where's the French are more into discussions, so it's a different atmosphere. I, often joke like I've never been to an American dinner party. Where English grammar has come up as a point of discussion and debate and I think every French dinner party I've been to. Someone has brought up something about the French language people. Say Oh, you know you use the past participle of at, and it should be the imperfect. But my partners French and he told me he goes. You need to smile more. Oh. Tell! You don't smile and Paris because they'll know. You're American I was like I'm trying to look more friend. She's like you need to smile more. David Lee evinces outdone the French. David, it's been a real pleasure. Thank you for coming back to monster. Yes, it's always a pleasure to talk to you next time I see you. I think we should have a cocktail or two pair of teeth. Thanks David Bye bye.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"You started out as a model and you moved into the culinary world. Those are very different worlds. Did you ever get nervous about moving from one to the other I think imposter syndrome is something that we talk about a lot and clearly I mean you've done this so well. It's like now you're synonymous with. Food and food media and restaurants, but back then when you were thinking about making this transition, what were some of the first steps? How did you begin to think about it? Well. You know it was kind of a fluke. I'll be the first one to admit that I got that first contract because I think it was just like a marketing ploy like everyone wants to know. What a model I don't think anyone thought that it would actually be a good cookbook or do Alan because it. WanNa prize in Versailles, people started noticing and at first it. It was hard. Because you know, the response would often get even by journalists by the way, and even after I had won, the award was like we'll do. Models really eat. Yes, we really eat. We're just freaks of natures. Also, there was no other instance in the media where there were models talking about food, except like how to drop five pounds in a day or something. So.

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Padma Lakshmi: From Model to Food Media

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:47 min | 2 years ago

Padma Lakshmi: From Model to Food Media

"You started out as a model and you moved into the culinary world. Those are very different worlds. Did you ever get nervous about moving from one to the other I think imposter syndrome is something that we talk about a lot and clearly I mean you've done this so well. It's like now you're synonymous with. Food and food media and restaurants, but back then when you were thinking about making this transition, what were some of the first steps? How did you begin to think about it? Well. You know it was kind of a fluke. I'll be the first one to admit that I got that first contract because I think it was just like a marketing ploy like everyone wants to know. What a model I don't think anyone thought that it would actually be a good cookbook or do Alan because it. WanNa prize in Versailles, people started noticing and at first it. It was hard. Because you know, the response would often get even by journalists by the way, and even after I had won, the award was like we'll do. Models really eat. Yes, we really eat. We're just freaks of natures. Also, there was no other instance in the media where there were models talking about food, except like how to drop five pounds in a day or something. So.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Asian Enough

"I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom. That's obviously a story that you. Write about beautifully. You know experiences that you write about beautifully and reflect upon in your memoir. Some much of what you also write about is. The role that food had to play in your connection with your family in even getting you through hard moments like you describe o'clock Chutney in the opening of your memoir that really got you through. That was a recipe from your grandmother. and I wonder how you feel that that your relationships were shaped or enabled through food, and what that has meant to you along the way if your journey. I think food was a conduit to. Keeping close ties with my family, you know once I came to America and my mom and I settled here. Occupied this third space that many Asian American kids do which is you know? I wasn't Indian enough and I didn't adhere to. In India for children. You know so I wasn't Indian enough there and certainly when I was in America, I wasn't American enough for my American peers were my teachers, or whatever and I occupied this. There's base that was basically made up of a little bit of this a little bit of that image culture, and and so food for me was a pure way that was also noncontroversial to have connection with my family like even during this quarantine. You know we have a family. What's up of all? My cousins and everything and I have been reaching out to my aunt to ask her some fact checking questions about recipes for my childhood. I really love my aunt Bunn she. She didn't like her very much growing up, but she's the only reason I can balance a checkbook you know because she was like a second mother to me when I was sent back to India and she helped me. Tutored me because Indian, schooling is so much harder than American schooling, and there were certain years that I was sent back to study at an Indian school and I found it incredibly difficult and I just felt always like the class dunce in those years I was like behind by like a great and a half. And so you know also Indian. Forms of learning are very different than American. School systems forms of learning so. I should say so, you know. I needed my aunt so badly and she performed for ROIC. Feet that now. In quarantine with home, schooling, appreciating like on Mother's Day I wrote her. This taxing like you've always been like a second mom to me and I can never repay you so. But the way that we'd today. Communicate is really through food and the exchange of recipes and stuff like that.

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Padma Lakshmi

Asian Enough

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Padma Lakshmi

"I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom. That's obviously a story that you. Write about beautifully. You know experiences that you write about beautifully and reflect upon in your memoir. Some much of what you also write about is. The role that food had to play in your connection with your family in even getting you through hard moments like you describe o'clock Chutney in the opening of your memoir that really got you through. That was a recipe from your grandmother. and I wonder how you feel that that your relationships were shaped or enabled through food, and what that has meant to you along the way if your journey. I think food was a conduit to. Keeping close ties with my family, you know once I came to America and my mom and I settled here. Occupied this third space that many Asian American kids do which is you know? I wasn't Indian enough and I didn't adhere to. In India for children. You know so I wasn't Indian enough there and certainly when I was in America, I wasn't American enough for my American peers were my teachers, or whatever and I occupied this. There's base that was basically made up of a little bit of this a little bit of that image culture, and and so food for me was a pure way that was also noncontroversial to have connection with my family like even during this quarantine. You know we have a family. What's up of all? My cousins and everything and I have been reaching out to my aunt to ask her some fact checking questions about recipes for my childhood. I really love my aunt Bunn she. She didn't like her very much growing up, but she's the only reason I can balance a checkbook you know because she was like a second mother to me when I was sent back to India and she helped me. Tutored me because Indian, schooling is so much harder than American schooling, and there were certain years that I was sent back to study at an Indian school and I found it incredibly difficult and I just felt always like the class dunce in those years I was like behind by like a great and a half. And so you know also Indian. Forms of learning are very different than American. School systems forms of learning so. I should say so, you know. I needed my aunt so badly and she performed for ROIC. Feet that now. In quarantine with home, schooling, appreciating like on Mother's Day I wrote her. This taxing like you've always been like a second mom to me and I can never repay you so. But the way that we'd today. Communicate is really through food and the exchange of recipes and stuff like

India America
"lakshmi" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know actually I'm curious. You mentioned that you were not super happy about the move to La for a while, not happy that your mom made that move and of course. That's a huge move from New York. New York is a huge move from India. Where much of your family is? When did you and how did you? come to understand your mom's journey and your mom's reasons for moving both of you so far well I understand that those moves were born of necessity. I understood why she didn't feel totally comfortable in New York, but I'm different than my mother, you know my my mother is is not as curious about being in the world, and just traveling and bumping up against other people, whereas that's all I wanNA do. You, know so I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom.

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Interview With Padma Lakshmi

Asian Enough

05:52 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Padma Lakshmi

"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know actually I'm curious. You mentioned that you were not super happy about the move to La for a while, not happy that your mom made that move and of course. That's a huge move from New York. New York is a huge move from India. Where much of your family is? When did you and how did you? come to understand your mom's journey and your mom's reasons for moving both of you so far well I understand that those moves were born of necessity. I understood why she didn't feel totally comfortable in New York, but I'm different than my mother, you know my my mother is is not as curious about being in the world, and just traveling and bumping up against other people, whereas that's all I wanNA do. You, know so I knew very very early on even when I was four that the reason we were leaving India is because it was very taboo for my mom to be a divorce. A divorce just didn't happen in Indian culture in growing up and going back to India I still don't know I know one person in India. WHO's divorced? You know, and so I knew that we were leaving to have a better life, you know. My mother left when I was two and I lived with my grandparents, and I didn't see my dad so I had no recollection of my real father I didn't even know what his face looks like. Because they had ripped up all the pictures so from two to four. I didn't see either of my parents so I literally was so excited to come to America, because America to me, meant being reunited with my mom.

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"lakshmi" Discussed on Asian Enough

Asian Enough

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on Asian Enough

"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know

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Padma Lakshmi on Being 'Other'

Asian Enough

04:01 min | 2 years ago

Padma Lakshmi on Being 'Other'

"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know

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"lakshmi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news I'm Lakshmi saying coronavirus infections worldwide search past the two and a half million mark many people ever covered by Johns Hopkins University disease trackers say the global death tolls nearing one hundred eighty thousand we'll have more on how the U. S. is faring but first president trump's tweeting a warning to Iran to steer clear of American ships in the Gulf or risk a U. S. military attack he took to Twitter hours after Iran's revolutionary guard announced it had launched its first military satellite into orbit now to New York City epicentre of the U. S. corona virus outbreak in Pierce quill Lawrence reports mayor bill de Blasio says the city is laying the groundwork for widespread testing and contact tracing it will take hundreds of thousands of tests per day to get transmission of the coronavirus in New York under control says to Blasio he says that can't happen without help from the federal government but in the meantime the city will set up the testing centers are the staff and find the protective gear for the process Las uses new Yorkers must rise to the challenge failure is not an option we we have to find a way to do this this is the only way we can get out of this phase were in and to a better situation deblasio said hotels can be used for isolating future cases especially for the many New York families they don't have room to quarantine themselves at home quil Lawrence NPR news the U. K. is reported to be far behind its testing goals here's NPR's Frank Langfitt the British government pledged to perform a hundred thousand corona virus tests today by the end of this month but on Monday he tested fewer than nineteen thousand your Starmer leader of the opposition Labour Party said one reason is because people are assigned to testing centers far from their homes not okay workers will have access to a call.

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 The Latest: NATO: US service member killed in Afghanistan

Forum

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: NATO: US service member killed in Afghanistan

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying NATO is confirming the death of another American service member in Afghanistan the alliance offered few details other than the service member was killed in action roughly a week ago president trump called off peace talks with the Taliban who were driven out of power by the U. S. led invasion following the two thousand one terrorist attacks on US

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Washington, President And Donald Trump discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Washington, President And Donald Trump discussed on Fresh Air

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying a majority of house Democrats is now on the record in favor of an impeachment inquiry against president Donald Trump and peers Susan Davis has more California congressman salute carb hall became the one hundred and eighteen congressmen in support of impeachment proceedings in a statement he said he read the Muller report and concluded the president encourage Russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election evaded questioning about it and encourage staff to live Carvajal said those actions were quote criminal and if anyone but the president had done it they would be indicted the symbolic milestone is not expected to budge speaker Nancy Pelosi she supports the ongoing investigations by six house committees but is that the house will not move forward with impeachment unless there's an overwhelming case to make and with bipartisan support Susan Davis NPR news

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Trump defends Acosta over handling of Epstein case

NPR News Now

01:04 min | 3 years ago

Trump defends Acosta over handling of Epstein case

"News in washington i'm lakshmi singh resident trump is defending labor secretary alexander acosta who is now under scrutiny for how he handled the plea deal involving an accused child molester over a decade ago in florida what i do know is that he's been a great really great secretary of labor the rest of it will have to look at the look at it very carefully what you're talking about a long time ago and again it was a decision made i think not by him but by a lot of people so we're gonna look at a very carefully acosta was a federal prosecutor in miami years ago when he oversaw an agreement that allowed wealthy finance here jeffrey epstein to be spared more serious charges involving alleged sex with underage girls he pleaded guilty to a lesser state charges served thirteen months in county jail in order to register as a sex offender all the while i've seen was also allowed to maintain his jet setting lifestyle this week federal authorities in new york announce new sex trafficking charges against epstein who is arrested over the weekend after he arrived in new york from paris on his private jet a federal appeals

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"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

"From n._p._r. news in washington i'm lakshmi singh president donald trump is doing more threats against iran a day after the u._s. imposed additional sanctions on the iranian government n._p._r.'s asia roscoe reports the trump administration wants to tighten the economic pressure on the islamic republic president trump says if iran attacks anything american the u._s. will respond with great and overwhelming force he tweeted in some cases that may mean obliteration trump's statement comes after iran president hassan ruhani called the latest round of sanctions outrageous and idiotic iran's officials said the decision to issue more sanctions has closed the door to diplomacy the u._s. in iran having gauged in a series of escalating confrontations with iran shooting down a u._s. drone last week trump says he decided against a military strike on ron and response because he said it would not have been proportional aisha roscoe n._p._r. news the white house russian the president vladimir putin is banning flights from georgia now and in response georgia says it will shuttle russian tourists from airports in neighboring countries to prevent a loss of tourism dollars n._p._r.'s lucian kim reports from moscow the kremlin wants to inflict economic pain for what it calls anti russian hysteria russia and georgia five day war in two thousand eight when moscow recognized the independence of two regions seeking connie from georgia's central government the visit by a controversial russian lawmaker to georgia's parliament last week sparked mass protests against the ruling party on monday russia's consumer safety agency said it would increase inspections of wind from georgia putin spokesman denied there was any connection between the health tricks and the rise in political tensions lucian kim n._p._r. news moscow working class families are having a harder time finding rental housing that is affordable in the united states according to a new report out today from harvard joint center for for housing studies n._p._r.'s pamphlets ler has details rents have been rising faster than wages for years one result is that nearly half of all ranters now have to spend more than thirty percent of their incomes on rent chris herbert of the joint center for housing studies says middle income families are increasingly feeling the strain he says more than four hundred thousand new rental units were built in two thousand eighteen but they're mostly at the high end of the market very few in the middle of the market and so that new supplies and really doing much to help moderate income households find an apartment that they can afford on the lower end of the scale the nation continues to lose apartments renting for eight hundred dollars or less a month at a rapid pace about one million in two thousand seventeen alone pam fesser n._p._r. news washington u._s. stocks are lower this hour the dow jones industrial average is down fifty three points at twenty six.

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Apprehensions of migrant families surge along the border

The Takeaway

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Apprehensions of migrant families surge along the border

"Lakshmi Singh. The Trump administration is reporting more than sixty six thousand migrant apprehensions at the US outhern border in February the highest for a single month in nearly a decade while the level is still far off from historic highs. The makeup of apprehended migrants is notable it's not mainly men traveling solo the majority of those detained by border patrol and February we're families and children who were traveling alone many of the migrants shape. They're fleeing criminal gangs in poverty in Central America. And seeking asylum

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"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on KCRW

"Lakshmi singh. Congress is expected to vote today on a seven Bill spending package ahead of tomorrow's deadline to avoid another partial government shutdown NPR's. Kelsey Snell reports the legislation includes roughly one point three billion dollars to build fifty five miles of new fencing along the border with Mexico. In addition to the new fencing negotiators agreed to increase security funding for existing border crossings and ports of entry and investments in technology like drones and sensors along the border the package does not include on related priorities like an extension of the violence against women act funding for disaster aid or money to pay back federal contractors who lost pay during the last shutdown. That's Kelsey Snell. Reporting despite pressure from President Trump, the Tennessee valley authority board of directors is voted to close a large coal fired. Power plant NPR's Jeff Brady reports Trump's involvement drew criticism because the plant buys coal from a company headed by supporter of the president's campaign staff from the TV had concluded. Paradise coal plant in Kentucky and another in eastern. Tennessee should be shut down the president focused his pressure on just the paradise plant which buys coal from Murray Energy Corporation, headed by Trump campaign donor, Bob Murray, TV a board member Virginia lodge says she heard and understood the heartfelt pleas from communities that will lose jobs because of closing the plant if we could make our decisions based on our sympathetic feeling. It would be easy. Unfortunately, we've all taken oaths to do what we think is best for the entire valley. TV a staff concluded closing the aging coal plants will save three hundred twenty million dollars. Jeff Brady NPR news public school. Teachers in Denver may soon be back with their students their union has agreed to tentative labor contract with the school system. That includes up to eleven percent pay raise more opportunities for future salary increases. However, all union members have yet to ratify the agreement that would end the three day walkout, an internal watchdog is giving. Four marks to the US department of education student loan division. NPR's Corey Turner has more on a new report that finds a system failing some student borrowers and making them pay dearly for it. The report comes from the department's office of inspector general. I though you need to understand something about federal student loans. The federal government doesn't actually manage them. Instead, it pays companies called loan servicers to do it. And today the inspector general said two important things about why this system's not working. Well, servicers are not always following basic rules, like miscalculating loan repayment amounts and steering borrowers into costly forbearance. The watchdog rebuked the department for not holding these companies accountable. The student loan unit says it strongly disagreed, but that it had already or would implement all of the inspector general's recommendations, this is NPR news and on a wet Thursday. This KCRW news at twelve oh four. Good afternoon to you. I'm Benjamin Gottlieb..

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"lakshmi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"lakshmi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lakshmi Singh. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are going without a paycheck today for the first time since a partial government shutdown started twenty one days ago. President Trump is in a standoff with Democrats and some Republicans in congress who believe the dispute over border wall. Funding should not affect government operations Christian Foden vessel with Oregon public broadcasting reports on how federal workers in Portland or coping the Oregon humane society recently handed out free dog food kissy literate tennis balls to furloughed employees Gretchen Solomon was there for her cats. She'd usually be patting people down at Portland international airport when I found this was gonna happen. I called my creditors. And I told him the situation they were going to work with me. Rick severing makes maps for the forest service. Would I did personally was I went ahead and did a credit card. Advance covers essentially what I would have expected on my paycheck other. Employees say they've lived through federal shutdowns before and have savings at least for a few weeks for NPR news. I'm Christian Foden vessel in Portland congressional and Pentagon sources tell NPR that. The White House is now directing the army corps of engineers to determine which projects can be cancelled or delayed in order to divert money to build a border Waller physical barrier. This would occur should the president declared a national emergency under the national emergencies act of nineteen seventy six one congressional aide says this would involve a redirection of money intended for military construction and or money intended for civil engineering projects in other. Congressional aide tells NPR would or could involve money intended for disaster prevention projects, no final decisions have been made a twenty one year old man has been charged with the Tober deaths of a Wisconsin couple and the abduction of their teenage daughter from member station W W M in Milwaukee. Latakia Dennis has more than Barron county sheriff's department has identified the. Jake Thomas Paterson, he was arrested near the house where he was allegedly holding thirteen year old Jamie cloth in a remote area northwest. Wisconsin about an hour away from where she was abducted at this point police believe class was the target but have not revealed Y class was able to escape where she was being held captive when the suspect was out she sought help from her woman walking her dog who led her to a neighbor's home. Chris FitzGerald is the Barron county sheriff, it's amazing. The will of that thirteen year old girl, survive and escape. That comes from the hope and the prayers and this community police say they hope to reunite class with relatives today for NPR news. I'm less Hoya Denison Milwaukee. US supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg has no remaining signs of cancer and requires no additional treatment. NPR's? Learn the Ginsburg will miss oral arguments though at the court while she continues to recover at home. This is NPR news. The World Health Organization is reporting a decline in Ebola cases at the epicenter of the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Overall. The number of new cases each week has continued to fall since the outbreaks peak in late November more on this from NPR's Vicky Valentine more than a third of cases have occurred in the eastern city of Beni where some two hundred and twenty people have fallen sick, then while cases may be declining there. The outbreak remains active across a wide spread region. The WHO says women and children have been disproportionately hit with nearly one hundred children under the age of five infected health. Authorities are working hard to get vaccines in treatment to these high risk groups Vicky Valentine NPR news taking in a long deep breath, apparently is not recommended. If one is traveling in the London underground, the world's oldest subway system. Larry Miller reports on the impact of an aging system. Parts of which date back to the eighteen sixties transport. For London study found that in some subway or. Tube stations. The air can be up to fifty times dirtier than on the streets above poor ventilation contamination by deteriorating train wheels and brakes are said to be behind a high concentration of pm two point five these are tiny poisonous particles in the air, which can penetrate. The bloodstream the deepest subway station. Average nearly five hundred such particles over ten days that compares with just sixteen on a busy London street or three in rural. Scotland the report says there's not enough information to determine the effects of subway pollution on commuters, but health risks could not be ruled out for NPR news..

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Margot Robbie discusses holidays with Ellen and Obama, animal rescue, and her latest movie

Ellen on the Go

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Margot Robbie discusses holidays with Ellen and Obama, animal rescue, and her latest movie

"On this this this really exclusive island, that's this private island, very few people on it and honeymoon. They are on their honeymoon. And and portion I r- there, and we were in Barack Obama happened to be there. He was writing his book. So portion I had been working out with Barack in the gym every single day, and and they came in and he was wearing the shortest beggested one thing to wear short shorts, but short end baggy, and and nothing underneath. Well, it I didn't look, but. But they came into yoga, and he said, and she's like you wearing that. And he goes who's going to be here? Yeah. We didn't know you how fancy this island was going to be. It was quite a shock to walk in and say, you or shy and then. Yeah. And so anyway, so we just never stopped making fun of him for because he was he was trying to do yoga, and literally he's in positions like this. And and the short term like an he's flying hold his hand like that. And you go to Jim talent put it that. It was in Barack like stepping over him to like do things because it was a really small gym. It was really just us in there. It was funny, and he was so upset off teeth three shorts out and they thought it was low injury. And so they wash the in return them to yoga. I was like, I know who's shorts. They're not mine. I know who they belong to. And so he's he must be mortified absolutely to this day and too. And I'm glad I reminded him of it. Yeah. I'm glad we talked about it on national television. Once again for those are the people that twice. Well, that's what he gets. He deserves it. I saw picture of a cute dog in the in the packet that it looks like you did you rescue the song? Yes. I wasn't aware that we will rescuing. I know she's so cute her name names bell. And she's a pit mix. We don't know what the mix pot is. But she's growing at an alarming rate. So I'm guessing mixes something big. She's huge like she's just getting bigger, and we have a dog already who's almost two three Radley. And he's also he's rescue as well. Good. Good name Radley throughout. All right. Let's talk about this movie. What what departure from Tanya to the Queen and this makeup. How early did you have to get up to put that on took? I think we got down to three to four hours in the makeup chair. So it was a three forty five AM cool everyday. It's not good. I'm not a morning person. And but after like four hours in the channel, I'm awaking four hours in the chair. But that's a pantley how long it took Elizabeth's to get ready. So kind of what for the character and she wore that makeup because she had chicken pox right to cinema pucks. Smallpox? I think I don't know what it is. I I was raised Christian Science. What is that? What is the difference? I don't know. I will smoke. Fox's a pretty severe, and it left a lotta people permanently Scott so alva- in this in this depiction of Elizabeth we. Really dove into the smallpox, and then play up the fact that it left apparently Scott him. That's why she kept packing on the the white makeup that had awesome and lovely things in it. Wow. Yeah. And did you love playing that was that? I mean that seems like a huge commitment yet. No, I loved it. It was it was just something totally different and Janney circle. Who's the makeup in head design on really I have worked with her before. And I know it work, and I was like I trust you have you want to do because you like wearing a lot of make. I mean, you like the whole idea of special effects and all that right love special effects makeup.

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Kavanaugh accuser has Friday deadline to decide whether to testify

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Kavanaugh accuser has Friday deadline to decide whether to testify

"And support for cake comes from Korean air, which flies from San Francisco to Seoul servicing twice daily day and night Korean air is operating from the new Inchon international airport terminal two Korean air, bags inflate. And by age is living a family owned assisted living in memory care company. More information at eight G I S living dot com. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The woman accusing supreme court nominee breath Cavanaugh of sexually assaulting her decades ago when they were in high school faces a Friday deadline, she has until tomorrow to submit a written testimony

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Tesla, Musk face criminal probe over go-private statements: Bloomberg

Forum

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Tesla, Musk face criminal probe over go-private statements: Bloomberg

"Investigation. That's next after this news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. As the confirmation process for his supreme court nominee becomes more complicated. President Donald Trump is again weighing in on the sexual assault allegation against judge wreck having up at the White House moments ago. Trump said he would support a delay in the confirmation vote. But Trump rejected a democratic proposal for further

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