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Wu Advances in Boston Mayor Race; Opponent Too Early to Call
"Boston will elect a woman of color mayor but the first time in its history no matter who wins in November following last night's runoff Democrat Michelle Lewin Asian American city council was the top vote getter in last night's run off election today was an incredibly important step in November is when the big big decision comes despite the tight race for second place two female candidates of color conceded leaving fellow councillor on these sobbing George who is Arab Americans lose a parent challenger this is about our city this is about our future this is about the people of Boston body from W. H. D. H. the only male in the race was also a candid of color trailed far behind I'm Julie Walker
Exploring Robert Durst's Testimony With New York Times Reporter Charles V. Bagli
"Joining us now is reporter charlie bagley. Who's covering the trial for the new york times and for crime story dot com. Welcome back charlie. Thank you so again charlie. Let me ask you the question. I start every one of our sessions with. What did you make of what happened in the courtroom today. Particularly john lewin's third day of interrogating robert durst on the witness stand. It was another day where we're going through a very meticulous and exhaustive cross examination point by point and it was not so much the individual responses each one. We're basically the prosecutor is challenging. Every single thing that bob has said about the disappearance of his wife his whereabouts his actions the state of their marriage that the violence or nonviolence in in their marriage. But what. I was focused on was a little bit more when the prosecutors finally says to bob after going through so many of these statements that he said where lies he asks. Bob how are we supposed to feed out when you're lying or telling the truth you've just given to statements to andrew directly one on december twelve. Which says you had a pushing shoving argument then the next day. You say we didn't have a fight. We didn't wrestle. We didn't touch one another and when directly tells you wake up in our last conversation. Didn't you say there was a physical altercation and you said no. I don't think i had a physical altercation at night. You're sure i told you that you just heard the two statements. Do you agree those two statements both from you one day. Apart to andrew directly are completely inconsistent with each other brands for. Aren't telling well. But i thought you told me that andrew told you the first day to say that there was some kind of fight and then you say that and then the second day you were saying and who decides to tell you to say the opposite and then to try to correct you. Is that your statement. Time he interview gone to the third day highways. Being thanks that maybe. I may say i was not going along all injuries. So mr when you said. I don't think i told you yesterday that we had a pushing shoving argument when you said that on the third day you knew that was a lie.
Health Official: 20,000 Mississippi Students in Quarantine
"The state epidemiologist in Mississippi says about twenty thousand students there are currently quarantined for corona virus exposure that is four point five percent of the public school population in Mississippi we are in trouble Dr Lewin Woodward vice chancellor for health affairs at the university of Mississippi Medical Center says this is preventable in order for October and November to look different than August looks and the way that September will look we have to do something and what that is is we have to get back to native state health officer Dr Thomas Dobbs says the delta variant is different we're seeing a lot of people and I see you twenties thirties forties and said ASEAN women bury their parents are seeing women bury their children a second parking garage field hospital has been set up at the university of Mississippi Medical Center I'm at Donahue
Interview with pediatric cardiologist Dr. Grace Van Leeuwen
"Lewin on taking her lead grace. Welcome to taking her lane. So thank you very much guys. Absolutely we cannot wait to have this interview. We're really excited to hear all about you. Okay so what early experiences shaped your path. And how do you think your early upbringing influenced your leadership. I think being the mom. Since i was seventeen years old was something. That's really made me a diff'rent because first of all the sense of responsibility was came up very soon on my life. I had to take care. I wanted to be a very good mom at became a housewife and wife at the same time. So all of these brought me a sense of responsibility and creativity. Because i still had my dreams. I still wanted to finish highschool. I wanted to go to college to go to medical schools and to do my residency and fellowships and all of that. I needed a lot of support for sure but a lot of creativity to be able to to do all of the things that i wanted in at the same time continued to be the mom. My kid deserve it and the and the wife. My ex husband deserved this. Well so did you know that you wanted to be a physician early on. Was that your dream. I think Of always talked about being judged. I wanted justice. And i went the to how people in that way. That was my dream. I one that you go to law school and become a judge my mom and my dad they are both physicians would ones actually so i think as a teenager. You don't want to follow the path of your parents to make things differently on your own way. But then when i got pregnant i thought a lot about how should i impact people's lives and how being a mom with impact my life and i really wanted to have the feeling that i achieved the best of my possibilities so i think it was
Arlington Joins Houston, Fort Worth And Other Cities Issuing Boil Water Orders, After Water Main Breaks & Low Pressure Issues
"Outages and high demand are stressing hundreds of local water systems in Texas as a second severe storm moves to the region. Bret Jaspers of member station KTRH reports that millions of Texans are now under orders to bull boil water before using water systems are experiencing dropping water pressure due to power outages that pumps water main breaks and bursting pipes in homes. Once the pressure drops below a certain level, the state requires a boil. Notice. Houston, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Arlington are some of the biggest cities to issue notices. Some people can't boil water because they don't have power. Lewin Campbell is a spokesperson for the East Texas City of Tyler. You know, the only thing that we can tell them is to be good neighbors. If if you have water and somebody else's power share those resource is, forecasters say below freezing temperatures will continue until the week. And
Boil water notice issued for City of Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth
"Live from NPR NEWS. I'm Jack Spear. Power outages and high demand are stressing hundreds of local water systems in Texas, Bret Jaspers of member station K E R. A reports Millions of taxes are now under boil. Water orders. Water systems are experiencing dropping water pressure due to power outages that pumps water main breaks and bursting pipes in homes. Once the pressure drops below a certain level, the state requires a boil. Notice. Houston, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Arlington are some of the biggest cities to issue notices. Some people can't boil water because they don't have power. Lewin Campbell is a spokesperson for the East Texas City of Tyler. You know, the only thing that we can tell them is to be good neighbors. If if you have water and somebody else's power share those resource is, forecasters say below freezing
Archaeologists delved into medieval cesspits to study old gut microbiomes
"Time than it takes to drink a cup of coffee you can learn about muscle mass loss during spaceflight track the migration of asian hornets and explore the supernova. That caused extinctions at the end of the devonian period subscribed to science sessions on itunes spotify. Google play stitcher. And wherever you get your podcasts. I'm scientific american assistant news editor. Sarah lou frazier. And here's a short piece from the january. Twenty twenty one issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine. The article is titled quick hits. And it's a rundown of some non corona virus stories from around the globe in costa rica researchers embedded gps devices in decoy sea turtle eggs to track poaching patterns in their first field test. Five of the hundred and one decoys which had similar size weight and texture to real eggs traveled significantly potentially reaching consumers in latvia dna harvested from a seven hundred year old public toilet in riga as well as a six hundred year old cesspit in jerusalem will help researchers examine. Human microbiomes have evolved over time. Microbial dna from both sites matches some species common in modern hunter gatherers and some in today's city-dwellers in antarctica. New analysis suggests a fifty million year old foot bone found on seymour. Island comes from a species of bird whose wingspan reaches six point. Four meters across the researchers also attributed part of a large jawbone with tooth like structures to the species in a madagascar garden researchers found several volts goes chameleons a rare species whose females can change from green to vivid black white and blue excited. The short lived species had not been documented for more than one hundred years and no females were previously recorded at all in indonesia. new research shows that fluffy but venus slow lawrence's frequently bite one another to settle territorial disputes a rarity in venomous animals in australia an enormous newfound coral reef off the continents northern coast is taller than the empire state building rising more than five hundred meters above the sea floor considered part of the great barrier reef. It is the first detached reef structure discovered there in one hundred and twenty years. That was quick hits. I'm sarah lewin frazier.
Georges Bizet, Christmas Carols in Classical Music
"Hello welcome to classics for kids. I'm naomi lewin. This week in celebration of the christmas season some classical compositions that involve christmas carols in the middle of the nineteenth century. An englishman named william chatterton dix came up with christmasy words. What child is this for the old folk song green sleeves years later when raytheon williams wrote his fantasia on green sleeves. He probably had a pretty good idea that the peace would get played a lot at christmas. Time the fantasia. Green sleeves was originally part of an opera but some pieces of christmas. Carol classical music written to be used in church johann sebastian bach was an excellent organised. Who spent years writing church music. Bach based a whole set of variations on the old german. Carol come mojo known in english as from heaven above earth. I come that same. Carol turns up in auto nikolas christmas overture which even has acquired to sing it. There's another german christmas. Carol in which. Mary sings joseph dearest joseph mine asking joseph for help rocking the baby. Jesus to sleep. Yohannes brahms used that in song. He wrote to honor another baby the son of his good friend joseph or josef in german. Walk him brahms. Like the inside. Joke of the to joseph's and he liked the wonderful tune which he gave to the biala A couple of centuries earlier than brahms was composing in germany mach. One chaperone ta was composing in france. Chaperone ta came up with a whole set of what he called. Carols for instruments. The title of this one is where are those cheerful shepherds headed. One of the top ten favorite christmas carols actually has music by classical composer even though that's not what he wrote it for felix mendelssohn composed a song to celebrate yohannes gutenberg. The man who invented the movable type printing press mendelssohn didn't like the words to that song and told his publisher. He thought the music could be recycled for something else. Maybe a wedding piece but nothing really religious. After mendelssohn died someone in england discovered that the music went perfectly with a poem by charles wesley. The brother of john. Wesley who founded methodism Pieces that use christmas carols were meant to be played at christmas time. Utter reno raspy composed a musical description of three paintings by italian renaissance artist. Sandro botticelli one of those paintings is the adoration of the maj. I in which maj i. The three kings are part of a huge crowd admiring the baby. Jesus resp- iggy sets the scene by quoting an old church chant anyb- any emmanuel which you know as the christmas. Carol o come o come emmanuel. The three kings feature in another piece that uses a christmas carol. The farren dole from the arlesienne sweet by george. Bc opens with an old french. Carol called the march of the kings
Russian Hackers Suspected In Cyber Attack At Federal Agencies
"Management software and thousands of companies. Were expected to do the same. The campaign came to light when a prominent cybersecurity firm i learned it had been breached fire. I would not say who. It suspected the many experts quickly suspected russia given the level of skill involved and alerted that foreign governments in major corporations will also compromised. Us authorities acknowledge that federal agencies will part of the breach on sunday the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency said that the widely used networks software. So lewin's had been compromised and should be removed from any system using it. The national cybersecurity agencies of britain and ireland issued similar alerts. Sola wins used by hundreds of thousands of organizations around the world including most fortune five hundred companies and multiple us federal agencies. The perpetrators were able to embed malware in a security update issued by the company based in austin texas. The washington post said. The attack was carried out by russian government. Hackers who go by the nicknames abt to nine or cozy bear an apart of that nation's foreign intelligence service federal agencies have long been attractive targets for foreign hackers looking to gain insight into american government personnel and policymaking electoral college gave joe biden a solid majority of votes yesterday confirming his victory in last month's election in state by state voting that took on and importance this year because of president donald trump's refusal to concede his loss california's fifty five electoral votes. Put bind an over the top clearing the two hundred seventy vote that affirmed. He will be. The nation's next president heightened security was in place in some states as electors met on the day established by
"lewin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Was blue in the Lewin. But a loser has also been involved with being the president of Louis D. BRANDEIS Center for Human Rights under Law, a nonprofit legal advocacy organization and utilizes Lord to fight anti Semitism, especially on campus doing an exceptional job so Father and daughter. Thank you for joining us to the pleasure they have you on the show, So thank you for joining us. Okay? Yeah, sure. Be with you. You said thank you. So before we get down, we want to talk about Jerusalem and some of the things that he went out be realized. Is you're probably following what's happening with the legal maneuvers of the president and what's going with the courts from a legal perspective? How do you view what's going on? I view the possibility that there was been Some form of fraud involved as being a very substantial possibility. Unfortunately, the road legal representatives of President Trump Have not done the best job in presenting that evidence to the public of the news media are not likely to accept it in any event and will probably sensory. It But Mr Giuliani and his press conference I thought was very specific about the fact that they have affidavits. From people in Michigan and Pennsylvania who worked for the election boards who.
Gustav Holst: The Planets
"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. Astronomy is the science that studies the Sun Moon Planets and other objects in the sky astrology is not a science. It tries to show how objects in the affect people's lives on Earth Gustav. Holst loved astrology and he composed his planets to be musical pictures of human nature. Holst started composing his First Planet Mars. The bringer of war in nineteen fourteen just before world. War One broke out. Mars was the Roman God of war. All the planets in our solar system except Earth are named for God's from ancient mythology. In Roman mythology Venus was the goddess of love. But host was interested in astrology not mythology. So his Venus is the bringer of peace. Venus is sometimes called the evening star because it's the first pinpoint of light you see in the sky after the sun goes down. But, light from stars twinkles when it passes through the Sky, light from planets doesn't. Next up is the planet that Holst actually composed last. Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun. So it's trip or orbit around the Sun is the fastest. It's named for the Roman Messenger God who had wings and host called his mercury the winged Messenger. Mercury is the smallest planet in the Solar System Jupiter is the largest. Jupiter King of the Roman gods was also known as Jove. That's where we get the word jovial, which means cheerful or jolly host titled He has Jupiter the Bringer of jollity. Jupiter is full of great tunes. Host later turned this one into a patriotic song. Gustav Holst called his planets seven pieces for large orchestra. You might say, wait a minute. There are eight planets nine. If you're a pluto fan how come host on the road seven well, first of all host finished composing the planets in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixteen, and Pluto wasn't discovered until nineteen thirty also host based his planets on astrology which looks at how the other planets affect us here on earth. So no earth. Even, though the planets is the most popular piece, go stop host ever wrote he didn't think it was his best work, but he did like his planet Saturn the bringer of old age. Saturn Jupiter. In Roman mythology. There are other planets with rings, but none of them are as spectacular as the rings around Saturn humorist, Mark Russell joked that Saturn's rings are made of lost airline luggage, but they're really made of dust and ice. He only planet named for a Greek rather than Roman God is urine us who was Greek God of the sky. Rotate for turn on an imaginary line running through their middle called an axis. The access usually runs top to bottom with a little bit of a tilt like you see on globe but urine this is so tilted on its axis that it looks like it's spinning on its sign. Posts Planet Uranus is the magician. And his Neptune is the mystic. Neptune was the Roman God of the sea. In Neptune host created a really unusual ending for the planets. A double choir of women's voices join the orchestra singing with no words. And at the very end, only the voices are left and they just fade away.
Music from Russian Operas
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics, for? Kids That's the pollen is from Modesto oxy's Opera Boris, Godunov, today music from operas by some other Russian composers. They call me Kyle Glinka, the father of Russian classical music. You hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla, but you hear the overture all the time. Well at least loosely, Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre s four different composers to collaborate writing a combination opera ballet that Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a Milonga of his own that Lada lasted all of six performances. If you've been Mada is a funny title. Sergei Prokofiev opera called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess he loves inside an orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana in love with you gene on Yagan but he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else the two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his author. Part of Modesto Resorts Skis Opera Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish dance, the pullen his. Another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra Dean Borodino was a professor of chemistry who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured while fighting the pile-up Ziems. The best known part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prince e core by singing. Dancing. Ardine died before he could finish prints eager. But two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of Czar Sultan, the opera for which he wrote it. You can definitely hear a flying insect in the flight of the Bumblebee. From flying bees to dancing pelotons, I hope you've enjoyed this week's music from Russian operas.
Modest Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition
"I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Viktor Hartmann was a nineteenth century, Russian artist and architect and a good friend of composer mode as his ski. When Hartman died suddenly at the age of thirty nine was dark ski was devastated. Hartman's friends organized a memorial exhibit of his work, and then resort ski created his own tribute to Hartman a piano piece that portrayed ten artworks from the show called pictures at an exhibition. Quite, a few people have made orchestra versions of pictures at an exhibition. The best known one is by Maurice, Richard. Pictures at an exhibition starts off with that promenade which pops up several more times. Zarzusky meant it as strolling music to lead you through the gallery from one picture to the next. The first picture in Zork Skis Exhibition is a gnome actually it's a sketch for a nutcracker shaped like gnome sort of a Goblin who lives under the earth. then. The promenade leads to a painting of a very old castle from medieval times with a troubadour traveling singer outside it in reveals orchestration the saxophone is the instrument that plays the part of the troubadour. From there we promenade onto a picture of a nanny taking care of some kids playing in the twee gardens in Paris. Doesn't it sound like they're teasing each other and? Yeah Yeah. No promenade before the next picture, which is of a wagon with huge wheels the kind of wagon that was pulled by oxen. The title of the picture is bid low, which is Polish for Oscar. After the last of the promenades we come to the ballet of the unhatched chicks. Victor Hartman's designed for some ballet costumes in his sketch to people where egg outfits with bird head helmets but I think the music sounds more like they're running around like chickens with their heads cut off. Next to that picture repair of Pencil sketches of a rich man and a poor man, the rich one sounds pretty snooty. Roll. Along. In the poor man sounds like he's crying. Back to France for the next. Women Gossiping in the marketplace in the town of Moses. Then a couple of very creepy scenes I some catacombs, underground tombs full of old bones. It almost sounds like they're about to get up and walk around to the promenade tune doesn't it? The next bit creepy nece is a sketch for clock based on an old Russian fairy tale about a witch named Baba Yoga who supposedly lives in a scary hut that's perched on fouls or chickens legs. The very last picture in the exhibition is the designed Viktor. Hartmann entered in a competition to build a gate that would be the grand entrance to the city, of Kiev. If, the great gate of Kiev theme reminds you of the promenade. Now, you know where that strolling music was edited all along.
Modest Mussorgsky: The Mighty Handful
"Hello welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. The mighty handful may sound like a rock band or a bad babysitting job and the mighty five may sound like a basketball team. But both of those were nicknames for a group of Nineteenth Century Russian composers interested in developing a Russian sound for classical music. Obviously, there were five of them. Mighty handful refers to five fingers. The ringleader of the mighty handful was mealy Bollock, a pianist and composer who wanted to promote nationalism in Russian music in music nationalism refers to a south. That's distinct Taylor country. Sometimes, that's done by using folk tunes, rhythms, or dance forms and a piece of music, but it can also mean including historical characters or legend from a region. While Akira, wrote an overture in which he put pieces of three Russian folk songs. Eventually Bala of became director of the Russian Court Orchestra. But for a while he quipped music and went to work for the Russian railroad in fact, every member of the mighty five held a nonmusical job at one time or another. Alexander Borodino was never a professional musician. He was a professor of chemistry. From the time he was a kid Borodino was very musical but he decided to study science instead he wound up founding the first Russian School of Medicine for women. After he met Bollock. The great cheerleader for Russian Music Borodino. Began composing. But since science and medicine took up most of his time, he didn't get a chance to finish very many pieces. One of the other members of the mighty hand full wound up putting Borodin's opera Prince Ebor into its final form, the man who cleaned up Laura Dean's music and music by quite a few other composers was Nikolai rimsky-korsakov. Rimouski. Korsakov was in the navy when he met up with Mealy, Bollock Kiro and decided that. Should be his life rimsky-korsakov quit the maybe to study composition after teaching himself to compose he wound up as a professor of composition at the new conservatory. In Saint Petersburg Russia rimsky-korsakov was great at orchestration knowing what instruments to assign to which lines of music in order to get the best sound. He finished a lot of pieces that some of his fellow Russians left unfinished and he also rearranged a lot of music some of which didn't necessarily rearranging. The. Last member of the mighty five was Cesar. Has An unusually UN Russian sounding last name because his father was French. In fact, he was a French military officer who decided to stay in Russia after being taken prisoner there while fighting with Napoleon's army. says. We started out in the military too but you guessed it after he met Mealy Bala. Cesar qe became a composer. Even, though he had no Russian ancestors, his mother was Lithuanian qe became a big champion of Russian music just like the other members of the mighty handful. There, you have the other for Russian composers who made up the mighty handful. Bella Kiev Alexander Barra Dean Cesar qe and Nikolai rimsky-korsakov. The fifth of course was this month's composer Modeste Ski. That's no Muss G. N. O., M. US. The GNOME. An m. e. from pictures at an exhibition by modest Mussorgsky's
About Modest Mussorgsky
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for. Kids. Modeste. MAZUROWKSI was born in eighteen, thirty nine in the village of Carnival. In Russian his name is pronounced Moose key which sounds like it has something to do with cows but it doesn't. Muzar is the Russian word for garbage. Even though his family was descended from nobility, the story goes that one of Zorzi or Muzar excuse ancestors had quite a potty mouth. So people started referring to him by the sort of language he used Mazaar ski didn't have a very common first name either Modeste in Russian means the same thing as when you pronounce it in English modest. resort Steve got his first piano lessons from his mother and it was clear early on that he was a very good pianist but back, then the oldest son inherited the family house and land and the second son went into the army. Was the second son. So after he graduated from Military Boarding School, he became an army officer but not for long when he was eighteen was ski met Russian composer, Mealy Bella, Kiev, and started studying with him. The next year was ski left the army to become a composer. pollock was only a couple of years older than me. And he was very passionate about developing a Russian style of classical music for years. He and four other Russian composers met every Saturday night to study music together. Bollock didn't actually know that much about music but that didn't stop him from dissecting and criticizing the other's throat. He complained so much about one piece of Zork Skis that Missouri Ski finally stopped working with him. was. Exceed thought the composition he called his witches was pretty good. Then he was right we know those which is as a night on bald, mountain? The story behind a night on bald mountain may well be one of the Russian folk tales resort ski learned from his nanny while he was growing up quite a few of those legends turned up later on in his music. When Muzar oxy was twenty four. There were political changes in Russia and his family lost most of its land and money since McKee wasn't making any money composing he had to get a job. He went to work for the government, but he kept on composing was arc ski loved writing for the voice. Lots of songs including one about a very pesky insect a league. uh-huh. And Ski also wrote several operas. His masterpiece is a Russian czar or ruler who lived in the fifteen hundreds Boris enough. A. No Moose and Squirrel Boris good enough is not related to buddies bad enough. But now you know where the folks who wrote the rocky and full winco cartoons came up with the name. One of Mubarak's Ke's best known pieces. Pictures at an exhibition was written in memory of an artist friend of his who died unexpectedly. More about pictures at an exhibition in a few weeks, I told you that resort ski was one of a group of five Russian composers interested in promoting Russian classical music next week more about the other members of the group.
"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi. Lewin. Both Con Amadeus Mozart wrote more beautiful music in his not quite thirty five year lifetime than a lot of composers who lived a lot longer one kind of music that fascinated Mozart from the time he was a kid was opera. Mozart I. said he wanted to write an opera when he was eight and when he was twelve, he did up through the very last year of his life. He continued composing operas. An opera is a stage work with costumes and sets that also includes music singing as an important part of the drama instead of speaking their lines, the characters sing them. Italy. Was the country where opera got its start. So Italian was the fashionable language for writing operas even in German speaking Austria where Mozart lived. But Go to kind of opera that's related to our Broadway musical. It's called the Zing Spiel a play with singing Austrians who didn't speak Italian could understand because it was in German just like in American musical theater, there are spoken lines that move the plot along but when the characters want to let you know what they're feeling, they sing about it or August. I have two favorite Mozart operas one in each language not city Figo Godot is Italian for the marriage of Figaro. This opera is based on a very famous, very revolutionary play about a servant Figaro who outsmarts his royal master. Since, there was still plenty of royalty around when the play was written. It was pretty daring. Some kings wouldn't allow it to be performed. At the beginning of the Opera Figaro is busy measuring his new bedroom, you can hear him counting five, ten, twenty in. Italian of course. Susannah the woman Figaro's going to marry tries to interrupt. She wants him to look at her bridal veil. You can hear in Mozart's music how hard it is forces Emma to get Figaro's attention. Figaro has some Great Arias or Solos in the opera when one of the characters is sent to the army and doesn't want to go figaro things about what it will be like ticked rate in his pants, he closed for a uniform and then marched to the mud. Nine. and. My other Mozart favorite is the magic flute heat Salva Fluid a Germans ing. SPIEL. In the magic flute, the Queen of the night represents evil dark forces and Rostro represents light and truth. It's brilliant how Mozart shows the contrast between them by having the Queen of the night fast loud and very high. While rostro music is slow deliberate and very. The. Most, fun character in the magic flute is Papa Gay No. The Bird Catcher I even named a cat after him. Papa John is always looking for a wife when he finds one, her name turns out to be Papa Gain A-, and they sing a wonderful using their names to investigate the birds he catches. Wish, I had time to play you more music from Mozart operas next week a kind of music so. In Mozart's bay that classical composers latched onto it to
About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to. Classics for kids. Think of the most brilliant talented kid. You know maybe somebody in your class now imagine if that person couldn't be in class because starting at the age of five he or she was off performing for presidents, kings queens all sorts of world leaders. Well, that's what it was like to be both gung. Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was born in Salzburg Austria where his father leopold was a violinist and composer when Mozart junior was three, he climbed up to the keyboard and just started playing. That's when Mozart senior realized he had a genius on his hands. So he started the touring Mozart show he took his son both gun and his daughter Nano on the road to perform for royalty they went all over Europe. Sometimes staying away from home for years at a stretch everyone was amazed at how well the children played and especially at how well little both gone could improvise. That is makeup music on the spot using whatever tune they gave him. Votes, are composed his first piece when he was five had his first music published when he was seven and wrote his first opera at the age of twelve he was a Whiz at the keyboard and the violin most of Mozart's concertos for those instruments here for himself to play. Lose Friends with the best musicians of the day. So he wrote Concertos for their instruments to, for instance the French Horn. One friend played a newfangled instrument that Mozart. Loved the clarinet. A Concerts that he and other people put on Mozart wrote symphonies. And for celebrations he wrote serenade. When he worked for the Prince Archbishop of Salzburg the man who also employed his father Mozart composed religious music. Having, toured all over Europe as a child Mozart did not want to stay in Salzburg working for the Prince Archbishop when he grew up even though that's put his father wanted. So he moved to the big city of Vienna, which was full of music theatre and opera in Vienna Mozart married Constanza Vaber. He'd actually fallen in love with her older sister I and he tried to find steady work that he thought was worthy of how talented he was. Mozart had a hard time as an adult. He couldn't get over being a child prodigy the very talented kid back. Then grownup musicians were considered servants by the nobles who hired them, but kings and empresses had made a huge fuss over Mozart when he performed for them as a child so he didn't think of himself as a servant. He also never learned how to manage money. He couldn't resist the urge to buy new clothes or a piano or a billiard table whatever he wanted. Mozart. Died just before his thirty fifth birthday. It's amazing. How much incredibly beautiful music he wrote in such a short
As Burning Man Goes Virtual, Organizers Try To Capture The Communal Aspect
"Is an experience. Yes, 70,000 people gathered for whimsical art and music in the Nevada desert, but also body paint and bartering and communal living. It is not the kind of thing that's easy to recreate virtually, but the pandemic has forced organizers to try. NPR's Elizabeth Blair has a story. At burning man. Thousands of volunteers usually work together to help artists build enormous sculptures out of glass, metal wood, the chaos and creativity of building the festival's temple in 2018 was captured in a recent documentary. Go Climbers Go! Go! This one knows Good Burning Man Temple is typically a place spacious enough for people to walk into and reflect or grieve. This year. You can sort of do that with a mobile device desktop or virtual reality headset in alive, Webinar burning man. Associate director Katie Hazard invited viewers to imagine they were entering the temple. It will walk forward metaphorically together, all of us here on the col and see this picture this gate in front of you. And together, let's all move through that gate together. Burners are true believers in participation in this year's theme is multi verse. Different teams have created to D and three D virtual experiences. Turn on your webcam and you can attend an art class or join a virtual group hug or go to a party. Welcome, everybody. And thank you so much for coming along. Talk of us. Ed Cook and a team created the sparkle verse, he says. To recreate the desert experience. People have set up tents in their living rooms and dressed up in costumes. Radical self expression is one of burning man's 10 principals getting up and dancing from your screen, bothering to put on a costume jumping around these things extraordinarily powerful for kind of taking into new realms of experience, Cook admits online. He doesn't experience the sense of Ah, he gets in the desert, but he's convinced you can create the kind of joyful communal experience he's had there. Other burners are having none of it. It's not the same thing. Douglas Wolk has been going to burning man for 20 years, he says. He keeps going back because of the principles like no advertising and being off the grid. What's so special about burning man for me? Is that It's really immediate, and it's not like anything else. All kinds of people come and meet up there in this bizarre difficulty, sometimes frustrating environment and they're pretty much all there to help each other. It's really not the same thing to be sitting in front of your computer. I think the multiverse is a very interesting experiment. Artist Jennifer Lewin has mixed feelings about this year's virtual festival. Burning man is where she goes to test the limits of her work enormous interactive public sculptures that need to survive all kinds of weather. And lots of people playing on them. The sculpture can survive at burning man. It can survive everywhere. Computer drawings of her work cosmos are in one of the multiverse is the culmination of the festival is the burning of the giant sculpture of the burning man. This year. They're streaming videos of people doing burns in their backyards or even just lighting candles. Elizabeth Blair NPR news
Roll Over Beethoven
"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.
"lewin" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Close to seventeen strikeouts per nine innings last year as a rookie, a red SOx record, rookie, or not, and the latest in a long line of hard, throwing Venezuelan left to roll through this farm system, certainly the most successful so far doesn't give up extra-base hits to let these big not bad for a guy who signed for seventy five hundred dollars back in twenty thirteen. And we'll. Finish up with Collin McHugh. Guy That I got to know what the mets when I came up and just a really thoughtful insightful guy sharpened his sword. Houston Astros, because I love that spin rate on his curve ball. It's a big if if he's healthy. But he can certainly contribute as well and what's going to be? Let's face it everybody an absolutely strange nine weeks. That's all this is. It's basically a nine week season. And I, it's a race to see not only who can get to that thirty six wind total like we discussed, but who can stay sane who can do the little things necessary to just kinda tune out the drumbeat of no drumbeat. There's not going to be real fans there. There's going to be fan noise, but was the psychology of that can be all about. There's still so much that a lot of people I mean. Certainly the players have to to get to here and think of this like an NFL season this year if you start out twelve eighteen. Dusty equivalent to being three and five if you're the Patriots and As. We know unless NFL team goes seven and one down the stretch after three and five. They are cooked at that point. So getting out to eastern start and having a lot of orioles on the early schedule here, that should help, but They cannot stumble like they did last year. Remember that terrible open road trip. That was my introduction of the Red Sox by the way. Hi, I'm your new announcer with Joe Castiglione? Oh, they're gonNA start to and eight I hate this guy and just to leave you with this. I know that drill pretty well. Because my one year with the cubs, they started out owen fourteen and everybody blamed the new guy. Anyway hope you've enjoyed this little run through the. The roster there will be more changes more things to discover and decipher, and we'll do that together as we go, but half the opening day. Thanks for tuning in, please stay safe and please don't make fun of any of the players that are wearing masks. They're they're doing the Lord's work here. I'm not kidding I. Mean we're we're all supposed to be respect. You wouldn't just walk up to somebody and sneeze on them. Would you just to be an idiot? Well. We don't have all the hard data even yet about. How easily this stuff spreads from person to person I happen to think it spreads fairly easily from prison a person and so does the CDC so somebody who wants to wear a mask the entire game, even while they bat I hope you'll applaud and not tweet something disgusting. That's just my personal thought on that okay. This is Josh Lewin China to keep an apolitical the rest of the way, but again thanks for tuning in Red Sox beat from C.. L. S...
"lewin" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"And now former La dodger for do go comes to Boston. Look you don't replace Mookie Betts. We know that not possible, but this guy plays defense like mookie he really does. He had fourteen defensive runs saved for the dodgers. Last year was a positive sixty s when he added to play left field, and he can play centre as well. There's a lot of guys can in theory play center, which is great to have, and now like you gotTa platoon here. He's actually hit lefties a little bit better than writings in his career. The O. P. S.'s two points higher against lefties. Surprise to find out after that should be at least on opening day and second base. Known up. Peraza, Jose Peraza and by the way Pedroia is going to end his playing career with a batting average of two ninety nine. What a shame! It was at three hundred, and then he came back, he tried to play. He didn't play well. He was heard obviously and these. Ninety nine Peraza to thirty nine with Cincinnati last here from pokey reese to Brandon. Phillips we've seen former reds, middle infielders come to Boston and compete before and the coaches seem more impressed than you might expect with Jose Peraza. There's kind of a pedestrian guy when you when you look at his stats, but Ronchi says we love him, and you swing has been great great vp is. Is GonNa be the second Baseman here and he can get starts at short and third win. Zander and Rob Evers need days off finally we go to number nine in the order. That's your center fielder contract year number Nineteen Jackie Bradley Jr. Now Forty Games in last year. He was hitting one forty four forty games this year. That's two thirds of the season, so that can't happen. You Love Jackie Bradley Jr... Now Jackie Bradley the third undersized in high school. We were just talking about Dustin Pedroia and there's a lot of that with Bradley wasn't invited to the prominent showcase events. He went undrafted as a high school senior, but when he gets going as you mean. How many guys are on their resume? have it that they flirted with a thirty game hitting streak their batting ninth in somebody's batting order. Last year, Jackie ended Ryan Presley streak of forty consecutive scoreless appearances, a monster home run so hopefully a nice bounce back over all year for J. B. J. on the bitch. Couple of catchers to clue you and I'm Kevin. Will wear twenty-five out of purdue former met former Indian Jonathan Lukoil will wear number twelve. This guy was fourth an MVP to balloting not too long ago for Milwaukee's thirty four years old now is coming off neck surgery, but his old before the next thing and all the other injuries has opie was seven eighty four when he was healthy? It's been six sixty six ever since. Little pause in the action here just to talk for a moment about something. That's not all that easy to talk about. Nobody loves talking about erectile function. I get that brush off. Usually we say lost my mo, Jo, we just kind of move it along with Santa had a long day at work or sorry..
"lewin" Discussed on Red Sox Beat
"Well, it has been a long difficult journey, but here we are with episode number, two sixty four of red sox. We have baseball. Yeah! Opening Day is upon us, Josh Lewin is with you right now and I guess we should be excited. Right I mean this is certainly better than nothing. I don't know if that's a great catchphrase, but Red Sox baseball twenty twenty. It's better than nothing. Where's it going to go I? Mean The ten playoff teams last year average ninety eight wins. Say Six. Oh five winning. Winning percentage so thirty six wins is what you got. Get this out of sixty. You can't afford something like five or ten starts. I mean you'd have to play basically better than the eighteen red sox did at that point to go forward just to get in, so let's get out of the chute against the orioles right high feeling about native all these reopening day star five point nine nine. Last year we'll get into that in just a moment. eighteen of pitchers got at least ten games for the socks in the world series season of two thousand eighteen, only half of those are still with the organization I'm working at sixteen red sox hitters got at least sixty at bats and twenty eighteen and again only half of those are still employed by the red sox. You say goodbye to a couple cy, young winners and Al Mvp World Series Mvp Potential Hall of fame closer, the fan favourite Brock Holt is gone. I mean even Water Nunez. For a while, so we'll break down. What is on tap for these Red Sox are twenty twenty shortened season as it may be no guest this time. This is just me talking to you about the lineup, the rotation the bullpen and we'll see if you agree with the assessment and give you some things. You probably didn't know, too. It's always the goal. Hey, there's there's no shortage of action going on at our exclusive. Exclusive Partners Online sports. There are making their way back. They've been there with a UFC NASCAR soccer leading the way they've got the best odds in lines for the upcoming matches this weekend. In fact, ESPN is back, so look for that. They've got more.
"lewin" Discussed on WTVN
"Back to the phone just Lewin lands in east Dubuque Illinois welcome to the EIB network hello how are you doing glad to Torquay a first time caller great to have you here low and glad you got through yeah I'm calling about this weekend I had ordered trump twenty twenty flag and I wanted to hang out on the front of my house and my daughter says boy I just don't think you should be doing that right now she says with all this stuff going on she says mom I know you want to show your push back if you're not happy about things that you back trump one one hundred percent but she says I just don't think I'd be doing that you just don't know what's going on going to be happening I think there's a lot of us out there like that rush we want trump to know were behind him a good Gillian percent but we're just that little bit of freight now I know exactly sure of this the story here from a from Breitbart news all the way back on June the ninth four homes in the sun garden neighborhood a citrus heights California citrus heights as part of the Sacramento metro plex four homes in the sun garden neighborhood of citrus heights California were reportedly targeted early Saturday morning each of them was displaying and flagged police are asking some garden residents to assist them in identifying those responsible for setting fire to four American flags on the Saturday morning authorities have yet to identify a motive authorities have yet to identify a motive but in each case the flags were specifically ignited but dammit that cops can't figure out why anybody would do it I think you probably know don't you away in our gosh yes I do yes I do it's there it's there pushed back on us that's what that is well I know a lot of people are afraid of that so the the intimidation is is working and I look also I mean the fact we take some folks I mean this is undeniable so here comes the coronavirus and here comes a task force in here comes everybody involved in many of them are wearing respectable white lamb coach and many of them have the the credibility of the imprimatur of expertise and they're all saying you gotta shut it down you gotta show today if we don't shut it down two point two million Americans may die in a totally made up false computer model projection but what happened the American people were dutiful the American people responded the American people shut down some remain shut down going on into the fourth month now and those states are blue states those states are Democrats states now if you happen to be a totalitarian Marxist if you happen to be a leader of the China com Communist Party if you happen to be Vladimir Putin if you happen to be a ranking Democrat it would not escape you how easy it was to convince the American people to destroy their economy to destroy in some cases their own businesses you would have to think my god this is the easiest thing we've ever done we didn't think something like this was possible but after four months of it you really couldn't blame these totalitarian if they're salivating here over how easy it won't end not only how easy it was look and how little time to talk to destroy a three year economic recovery it took that didn't take a month we were at recessions slash depression unemployment levels in the first month we have so far printed either six or eight trillion dollars to pay people to remain locked down and shut down and what message does that send by the way that may Hey we couldn't your your your actual work Hey you don't need a business we can make sure that you have everything you need by never working again look at what we've done for you and we protected you at the same time you are not gonna get the virus if you do what we say and now if you know where to look you will see that there are renewed calls for a second that locked down based on record numbers of new cases in a few states they're gonna try it again what will we do then will we go along with it again I gotta go quick break we'll be back after this rated the number one talk radio personality of all time Rush Limbaugh six ten WTVN.
"lewin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"Am I ready for it? I don't know maybe I should pick over another degree so I can just then I was like I don't want to put myself through that trauma. Don't be like me and get four miners. Knew that you don't need it so tell me. Then what's relies philosophy going forward Into this uncertain part of life. Okay so whenever I've been asked to speak about internships. I always say whatever internship experience you had is not a waste of time because it just teaches you what you don't want so I know for a fact I don't WanNa work in public affairs or finance done deal. I learned that from my last internship and the second summer of working at the TV station. That I don't WanNa do public affairs period first semester first summer of that internship with the TV station. I learned I love promotion. I love that aspect or that creative. I love editing. I love putting on news like the TV shows or doing the interviews or stuff. Like that. Like I love that part of it. Each internship teaches you who you can't work not necessarily can't work with what personalities you don't vibe with it teaches you what personalities you don't vibe with what you like about each job what you did it like and what to look for next so. I've learned that I might not be that person that has to dress up for work every day and so when I'm looking for jobs I definitely look for you know. Relax look for the the company culture like a relaxed company culture and you know yeah like teaches you what you do and do not want And I think that's also still something I'm learning but just each internships. Each internship teaches you. It's not a waste. It's definitely not a waste. It always it. You can always get a lesson even if you felt like it was a bad experience. Wow that's a good philosophy even if you know you did something that you don't really really want to. It's a lesson it's life experience and I think that's the way we should all kind of. Look at things going forward. Even if you're like me and you got four miners for me. In some cases it was like those were internships in my own. Little Way I discovered what I really liked and what I didn't like and how I could even use those things from that the pieces from it that I did like Howard man. Hey well allow yes. Yes so you know. God works mysterious ways. He so funny I mean sometimes I just look at them like you laughing at me on. I amuse you for my last question. What have you been reading lately that you would like to recommend everybody textbooks now? I'm just so I didn't get to finish it how I had planned but last year my reading for the year was a Caribbean authors. And I'm not a big. You know like biography. Self-help book person. I Love Young adult fiction fiction in general but or historical fiction. But a lot of the books I've been reading our By Caribbean author. So this one is called pride the remix which is based off of pride and prejudice. And it's called private. The REMIX THE AUTHORS. Haitian and it basically talks about gentrification in a New York predominantly black neighborhoods in Brooklyn and it it bases the story of pride and prejudice. Still the main protagonist is a Haitian Dominican girl teenager. She lives in Brooklyn And then Affluent Black Family African American family moves across the street. They build they renovate this broken down house and it actually doesn't have a happy ending like she. She does fall in love with the guy but she ends up having to move from her house because they upped the property value of the neighborhood and it became too expensive so they had to move from the House that she's known since she was born. Wow and then I also read. This book called when in Cuba and the author is Cuban. I don't remember her name Oh the first. One is called next year in Havana and the author is Chanel. Cleaton and it. Basically the first book is talking about this young woman whose grandmother died and her last wish was for her ashes to be sprinkled in her favorite place in Cuba however She never told her granddaughter wear and she just so now. Her granddaughter has to Cuba to figure out Learn her history and her history and learn why her grandmother and her family left Cuba in the first place. Wow And then shoot through letters that she found from her grandmother and staying at her grandmother's best friend's house She finds out like where like finds out why what happened. And then she ends up finding out where like where. Her grandmother wants her ashes and she falls in love. I Love Story. We love a little love right. Yeah curving authors just because I really representation is important absolutely and for longtime when I was younger and living in the South I was. I thought it was just like you know. I'm African American and my parents are foreign and you know. Sometimes I have curry and sometimes I go to this place. That has a beat. That's around by the water for three months out of the year. And you know sometimes we get the day off to go fly kites I don't know why but I'm American And then so it wasn't until I moved to Berina that I was like. Oh Yeah I'm Caribbean. Like and I think as I get older and I like see like how my my dad and my aunts and my uncles like how they how they are their mannerisms like hallway to do this or yeah I just I really kind of ex- not accepted but I learned more about yeah. I'm Caribbean version American. Maybe and I and yet so Caribbean authors. I definitely want to kind of del in more just to you know experience what people that are like that are have my specific story are like that's powerful. Well thank you. Michaela for being on the PODCAST. Appreciate everything your story. The books everything. Thank you so much for taking your time. And being on the show while podcast. Yeah gotTA show my mom right. Now is a tough time for students like Michaela when we recorded this episode. I expected to cheer her on her graduation in two months just as she did for me last year but due to the pandemic Michaela and millions of students around the world have had. Their lives disrupted and their possible dreams. Put on hold so one of the best things that you can do right now to support these students professionally is by endorsing their skills on linked in and plugging them into potential places. That need their work. Especially if you're one of those people that hires if you enjoyed Michaela's episode head over to Apple podcasts and leave star rating and review and we'll see you on the next one..
"lewin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"Work And then this semester this year I'm also applying for a job at this place called Small girl PR and in their bio. They said we've never be an email. We've never sent out a press release like it's it's an unconventional interdisciplinary. Pr Firm. And I like that. And they they describe themselves as a creative PR firm. And I said well I am a creative. Pr Professional so hire me. Please thank you. Well you never know maybe some I listen to this podcast might say. I think I might need. Hire me please. Yeah is forty-three originally. But you can get it from Phil so after all of this after even discovering what your passion is and even though the future is very very unsure right now. Where does that leave you at the moment? As of this recording you have about two and a half months or so mercy mercy. Do you feel like there is such thing as an in-between time. Do you feel like you're GONNA have to move back to Bermuda and wait for a little while I do not want to. I feel so sorry for. My mom is going to have to hear this. Do you not want to however if I have to I will. And that's the whole thing with applying for jobs like mom. I'm so scared to apply for jobs like I. I didn't start applying for jobs until maybe the beginning of this month because I think my head on the outside of saying I just don't want to write this cover letter. I just want to write this letter but I think in my head. It was me saying if I write this cover letter. That means it's real and I have to do that. And then that means schools ending and that means. I don't know if I'm going to have a job. I'm fortunate to be a US citizen and being able to you. Know after graduation. If I say I WANNA stay here can stay here. But I know that a lot of friends that they're having to think of that very early because they're going to have to set up what obt or get certain if they get a job. They're going to make sure that job is going to supply these for them like there's other things they have done so. I'm fortunate enough to save your blood like A. I got to work at Barnes and noble while I applied for other jobs. I will do it But I I don't want to go home because I I don't. I don't think they have what I'm looking for their if that makes sense I'm not finance and international business. I'm not accounting. I'm not health science not nursing and so those are those are the major needs back home and I. I am not that so back. Home is a strong word Fortunate enough that the program that I've been doing for internships back home allows me to work the summer after I graduate so I got a job back home. I also have a job here because the admissions department. Lets you work this summer after you graduate as well so I have have options? But they're like the ones you WANNA keep in your back pocket because ultimately you want. That job is going to actually help you be doing what you what you saw. Four maybe five years for you know what I mean. I forgot the question. Whatever whatever's happened. I I just add like to be employed police. Wouldn't we all love to be employed man? So do you see more schooling in your future at this point? No not right now at the at the beginning. I was going to get my masters because I was like. Oh I can move to New York which is and game. New York has endgame repeat. New York is an game and Moved to New York. Go School But then after talking to a lot of my professor talking to Professor Ball is adviser talking to A lot of my mentors PR. It's a very very Experienced experience based profession definitely. So if I go straight to get my masters then you know technically behind and so if I if I apply for a job straight up college but I have all this experience behind me. They're going to look at me at the same as the same as the master person who went straight to get their masters and didn't have any experience. We're on the same level so so masters not now but I would. I would go at also courses like I don't mind like doing like online courses online courses in Spanish and maybe in graphic design rewrite some wrongs meaning by a college experience and things. You didn't know. Yeah Yeah maybe I'll take drawing class. Who knows feeling artsy fartsy or something like it was not only something seeing my friends at their senior gallery and I was like. Oh that could have been me but I was playing but I knew that that's what I had to do at the time. And so like professional growth. We love professional growth so before we close. I do want to ask you. There's something that I've seen on your twitter every now and then and you probably don't even recognize it but sometimes they'll be like shout out to this mentor that mentor or just mentors in general. How did you find mentors so I have two mentors? Well I like to think of like professor ball professor in Italia as like Soda. My Pr Mentors. Because they just like if. I have like questions. Because they've been in the game for so long But SHAINA was my mentor. Freshman year with You know you take southern connections and they give you a mentor So she was the first person that I met and so I just she was my mentor freshman year. And then I was like you're stuck with me. I hope you know that you can't get rid of me. I won't go away And so she like at. Its cover letters like if. I have questions even even she just edit everything she showed. Edits my resume And so we went from being like mentors to actually being like France like really really good friends And then Warren Brooks is my round. She was assigned as my roundtables mentor. Roundtable roundtable is an event. I was at first started by the School of visual art and design and then the school of journalism and communication combined with it and it's a three day workshop and we like it costs off like we get classes. Excuse I should say and they bring an alumni from both departments and they just do workshops workshops and so because I've been there since the beginning because it started my freshman year out fortunate enough to be in the school of visual design. So I was able to be in that one and then so I've been doing it for four years and so this is the first year that they've had the seniors core cohort. I can't speak seniors cohort. Which were the people that were freshmen? They assigned them each a A mentor are tried to assigned. Because I don't think they have enough mentor to student ratio But they tried to assign each of us a mentor in our field that would be able to mentor. Us Into Post Grad. So my mentor was Lauren Brooks and it was so funny because I think it was the Lord because literally the week before she had spoken to our social media class wow and I had reached out to her at. I said thank you so much for speaking to our class like I learned so much from her presentation and then she sent me a message back the day I got the email from roundtable saying that she was my mentor and she was like. Hi thank you so much I care I'd like I'm so glad that you enjoy. I'm so glad that you learn something by the way you're meant he. I was like Nice. This is exciting. And so they're like the whole thing is that they're gonNA talk like we're going to like communicate with them into postgraduate after graduation into while we're getting jobs and stuff like that. It's incredible we like I talk like. We talked to them like once a month like I need to talk to her. This month will like I have a but You talk like I send her my stuff as well. Like Resumes Cover Letters? Or if she's like I want to see what you've applied for right now I'm like okay. I'll send you the the excel sheet and or she like when I talked to her. I think it was in in December. She was like I'm not just your mentor for like professional life. But I also need to check to make sure like you're doing okay and stuff like that and the whole the whole mother podcast but she was just like I seen. You've been posting like any agree on things Lately because like we have each other on social media like she swipes. It was like one of my cheerleader. She likes almost up. She's like girls saying you better save for like. Yeah but she's been posting any grams. Like this is a podcast. I think you need to listen to your to right. This is here. This is what you need to. And I'm like wow they you so much but it's just nice to have someone who's already been through school. Been through that post that post Grad depression been through in through the entry level job and is now at like this seat not seem like senior level. Because she's the director of Public Relations Marketing Kettering. So someone who's been through all of that was like it's okay. I know I know how how it goes like. I felt like that. This is how you get through. I need you to be busy while. Yeah it's really. It's really nice. Wow so tell me just a little piece even though you said it's another episode but mental health especially at this point as you're moving into this transition period. What's going on in that head of yours and he gets a lot of denial and I don't know I think it's because the only child and I think he's a lot on my end but also like my parents like my mom's like well. What do you want to come home? And I'm like anything. You're the reason you of my gods. There's only a handful of my friends. The only reason that I would go home but then like I don't WanNa hurt. You're feeling like really do lose. Mom I WANNA move to New York just like so far. I think it's also a lot of denial. Because it's like we'll if I apply for this job that means that it means I'm graduating or like when I did my graduation contract. I think kept that thing for a week before I actually turned it in because I was like okay turned this into means is free real and then like they're sending emails about wording regarding. I'm like. Oh My Gosh. Oh my word. It ever took senior photos. I was like Oh my goodness yeah I think I definitely think it's a lot of denial. Because it's like okay but what if what if I don't have John Gotti options like it's is a lot of anxiety and stress and already have a lot of that as it is so it's like added onto that and I think I don't know that might just be might be me procrastinating or something like that. But it's overflow is overflowing a word overflowed anyway spills over into like my schoolwork so it was like okay. I'M GONNA put off this assignment because that means it moves me closer to this assignment which means it closer to spring break and that means breaks here that means my mission trips here that means that. I only got three weeks left of school afterwards. That's just how my brain has always worked and I'm saying how crazy but like.
"lewin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"And I was like I don't know what I would do because I'm dying and they were like okay. So right you can just you gotta drop your first semester. It's not GonNa hurt you and There were like what what what are you wanting to do. I was like because I just want to make myself marketable because I learned the word marketable so I was like a marketable as a first semester. Freshmen and they're like okay. Well what are you thinking of doing and I was like? I don't know a minor in Spanish. Maybe and they're like okay and I was like from jump. That's what I wanted to do. And you can notice that okay then but I was like you know what had to learn things so then it was. Pr Mining Spanish loved. It loved everything about it. I just didn't feel comfortable in my ability to move on and whether or not I was going to graduate on time because usually when you do a minor major in a language they want you to go to. Ac and a lot of the classes that are taught That are on that mine are taught at ACA or get subbed in ACA and colleges abroad. Yeah so I wasn't doing that so I had to do. A directed study and are struggling. I I barely speak this language. I mean I feel like I understand enough I think but Yeah so I had. It was not a painful decision but it was one. That really really really hurt me because that was something that I genuinely really wanted to do is just like it's not my time so. I'm just going to have to keep working on it on myself with my friends Until I can actually sit down and actually do this because it's something that I really wanted to Because it being bilingual's going to be a thing that's going to be required. It's not gonNA be at add on like a plus it's going to be required soon So now I'm just PR. But I've through all of it. I've learned that I'm definitely not PR. I mean not. I don't WanNa say basic PR Belykh. I'm not your typical. Pr Professional that make sense like I don't. I don't want to sit and write press releases or I've learned that through internships that I don't WanNa do public affairs like government. Pr heated. I hate it. I hate it I definitely want to do more creative style. Like like the sword videos and photography and create. That's why I was like I. It also hurt me to say I wanted to stop graphic design because I definitely like that so within the day you you decide or rather you call yourself a creative your create you want to be a creative professional in the PR PR professional. Yeah so what? Does that kind of look like so for. Pr There are you know PR managers in their PR. Technicians technicians are usually. The ones usually more creative. They're creatives so it means Campaigns you set up the videos you set up the the radio ads over the summer internship at the internship. I did over the summer I got to do radio ADS. Love it. Love voiceover Type things and they thought and they really affirmed me in that there were like. Oh my Gosh your voice grams like thank you. You give us a quick example of one of those voiceover. It was for the the Student Entrepreneur Program for Bermuda Economic Development Corporation. That's a mouthful O B d So it was a thirty second ad and it said. Are you a student looking to for summer employment? Why don't you join the Bermuda Economic Developed Inc Summer Entrepreneur Program and it was like I had? I had a right like the whole APP game experience because I had to write thirty second ad. Then I had to record the ad than I have to edit the ad and I had to send it to the radio stations it was on TV It was on. I was on instagram one time and it was an instagram ad. I was like. Wow my voice on instagram. Wow but Yeah so voice over stuff like that And then internship that I did at a TV station. Because I took roofs digital storytelling class. And they didn't have which is which is a video editing close And they didn't have a placement for me for I guess regular PR So they were like okay. Well what else can you do? And I was like okay. Well I took a video editing clause. They're like okay they play at a TV station. So I worked at a government TV STATION FOR TWO SUMMERS. Two two summers. Yeah two summers. And so. That really helped me with my editing skills understanding setting up a shoot lighting Just what it takes for. Production side and Different skills on premier. So the first year the first summer I worked there we were doing a lot of more a lot of promotional things which I love. I love promotional events and stuff like that. And then because we were having America's Cup which is a sailing program America's Cup. It's it's a sailing competition the America's Cup in Solo team. Usa voted to Bermuda or me to bid to have it in Bermuda. I don't I don't know how it worked. The point is we were there and then The second summer I worked there we had a new government and so we were doing a lot more political. And that really solidified. I don't WanNa work in politics. No Washington DC PR for you. Oh well not just not that type of Washington. Dc Yeah No. I don't Li- I can't lie. I don't lie. I can't lie like I don't like to lie. You know what I mean and there was a lot of Weiying and it just really hurt me as like Like this I saw a different I. I saw how people treated the production people and I was just like look. We're the reason you look good. So I'm I need you to not talk to my coworkers like that. But I'm the intern so I just sit there and I'm like yes. All right cool. Yeah that was my. That was my was my saying at this last internship. All the time people like because I worked at the Economic Development Corporation And they are. There are quite a government. Quango that helps people fund their own set up their own businesses basically entrepreneurs funded by the government and so they have this program called the incubator program where they take eight or ten entrepreneurs and they give them office space. Give them resources so there in the office they have place a base and they have all the professionals that work in the office for advice and stuff like that and so whenever they would have chats talks and stuff like that there are people would come and be like so. What's your what's Your Business and so won't be like Hi. My Name's Lakisha Wolf and I'm with A charity that helps people who've lost limbs and stuff like that or I'm Carl and I have a drop it. Which is the all my shopping. And then they get to me and they'd be like okay. So what's Your Business? I was like. Hi My name's Michaela and I'm the intern and they'll be like oh. Do you have a business? I'm like no no no. I do not my businesses and the intern and so that also rely made me realize one don't WanNa work in finance their Is THEIR PR for financial? I don't know but again it's part of the government work for the government What is creative? Pr Look like to you. Is it working at the New York Times? Doing op. Eds and documentary? Things is it working at Nike or Apple So I don't know I don't want to say that creative. Pr Means Flexibility. Because I it surely does not But it just I just think freedom freedom to create what you love I would stick with that freedom to create what you love Having an idea being able to run with it But then also getting to see getting to create these things on paper or ideas and then actually getting to see it in front of you For the social media class that we that we had here In the department getting really getting to run a campaign for the department and having class time to talk about it and be like okay. This is what we're going to do. How does this work with you guys? Like what are you GonNa do? Is there any way we can help it to work on our social media platform because we're in different social media platforms? I liked that because we got to see different things happening but it was all part of the same core project that makes sense And I just I love I. I like having fun and I want it to be fun because you know writing might be fun for some person like journalism. I'd be fun for the person is not necessarily more fun but I do like writing feature writing and stuff like that but I just. I don't know I just. I've learned that. Creating and editing specifically video video has been my new found love but like not like a hobby. Like I WANNA do this for the rest of my life. Yeah Yeah So. Do you think the next step is maybe one day being able to have your own camera May doing your own. I don't know what to even call it. I don't know I've always I okay? This is a podcast secret. I have had a youtube channel but it was like one of those like Ted and so the videos were like thirty five minutes long and it was just me staring at him. But I've always thought that maybe I can have a youtube channel but then as well just don't like hearing my voice I'm recording and then looking myself so I'd rather it be other people are just be like yeah. I'll edit your video for you. I can do that for you if you like I don't know I really. I truly don't know I just wanted to be in an environment. That is fun environment. That is accepting of me and somewhere. I know that I can like flourish succeed and stuff like that. So have you ever thought about reaching out to different youtubers even and wondering if they need work or some? Pr Work in getting their stuff out there and editing even their videos because those are jobs. Oh yes I'm very well and the answer is no. I have not though I will say I did I did slide into super woman's. Dm's because she was she said I don't remember what the post was but she was like. I really need someone to like manage my social media and stuff like that and I said hi my name's Michaela and I'm a junior. Pr Student At this university. And I was just wondering I need some internship credit. Do you need an intern? I would gladly intern for you. But she never answered as like. She's busy she didn't she probably don't see as she saw it and she's like. I'll get back to but no I've never liked slid into any youtubers deums but I you know applying for jobs and stuff like that and just really taking time to read through like the places I'm applying to like. Okay let's go with me like this. This is this what I WANNA do. one of the jobs that I applied for last year last summer was with essence communication and can communication professor plum essence communications essence magazine. And you'll dodge really geared towards out the African American women community like. Hello I am it. That is me And just I love. I like watched a went through their youtube and stuff like that and just all their videos were pretty cool Their podcast is really cool. I follow some of the professionals on instagram. Twitter like post notification on like re tweet retreat retreat and then even editorial class. That's my mass. That's like my master magazine like the one. I'm basing the magazine that I'm making off of So definitely I'm definitely trying to take inspiration from them because that's like that's the goal right.
"lewin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"Towards accents. I like that yes so as you were in Bermuda you went to high school there. You completed high school. And why didn't you just decide to stay in Bermuda? Go to college and I duNNo. Keep going there. What was the decision to come to America again? I wanted to live in America. Small Not I love it I love it. It's just it's mom once you've seen everything he's Are Calling. It's a good college but it's kind of like a junior college they only have. As degrees. Oh Wow yeah. And there's certain things that they do have like bachelors but they mostly only have. As degrees but I always wanted to come to America for college like that. Was that was part of the plan. I was little but I had a plan. I was going to America College when I was younger. I wanted to. I wanted to do music or musical theater or something like that so I was like I'm GonNa go to Berkeley. I'm going to go to juilliard. I'm going to Oberlin Conservatory. Like stuff like had dreams and When I was like in middle school and high school and you know when you go I thought it was so cool because I was receiving college information packets in like middle school. I was like guess who just sent me an information packet and I was like I thought it was an application but no it was just like information package and was like. Oh Wow colleges are already looking for me. I was a nerd. The and then my dad was like I'm not paying for music and it was like a daddy. I love music. It was like I'm not being for music and I was like cookie. So what did he pay for? Oh he paid for. He wanted to pay for medicine. Oh or law. My mom wanted me to be a lawyer. My Dad wanted me to be a doctor. And what are your parents occupations? My Dad is a science teacher. He teaches middle school. He's he has his degree to teach high school science but he teaches middle school science. He's been doing that for a while. And my mom. She basically does communication for the Department of the Ministry of Health for the Government Health Promotion Officer for the Ministry of Health Inver Mita. I got after a while. She has her doctorate in who child development in her masters in public health. Yeah so so you come from a pretty well educated family. Yeah that was like well. You know creative. Dreams are cool. There are supposed to be doctors. They were the ones that doctors My mom says like Oh well. Mcgill you talk really good and stuff like that. You could be a lawyer. I was like No and they're like okay. Well we studied science. You should be a doctor now. So we cover is doing public relations. So how did you find your way into public relations? I didn't I didn't know what it was. And when I was senior year I came to southern I came to southern. I came to all the schools on my college days trip as history and I left undecided. I never knew this because I wanted to do. I want into archival studies because I love ancestry like genealogy like those type things in history that type of history finding out like stories and stuff like that and so I wanted to do archival studies museum studies because of that like I museum museum so much. Love history in that aspect. So that's what I really wanted to do. And I don't know why because I talked about this. My Dad and he was like paying for history. Either I was like well. Why did you let me waste my time? And I think he knew that I was gonNA come back undecided it because I was not doing very well. My history class wasn't my father because he would have looked at my degree and been well. That's a waste. That's right as a history major with four miners. Yeah I don't know what was going on but the point is I came to southern history. I left undecided and They do send a southern image counselor over to Bermuda and Castle fighter at the time came for our college fair and so I'm going around. It was only seniors only like in our family's going around and I was like I really WanNa go to southern because my dad was like you have to go to and enters school for Undergrad and at the like when I was younger as oh I'm going to lossio. Oh I'm I'm going to southwestern and then when I was like seriously having to look at colleges I was like man. I grew up in Tennessee. Use The. My aunt lives ten minutes away from southern be used to always be. It's other My parents my parents have a picture in front of the sign a when it was used to be southern what it was before it was southern. Adventist University. Snc Southern College of Seventh Avenue. The white sign. Yeah the whiteside. Yeah so they have a picture in front of that like right after I got married and then I have a picture of it in two thousand twelve when we came here to visit for Christmas so by that time when I had to start looking I was like oh no southern all time like for real so I went up to castle. I was like I really want to go to southern like I clearly and he was like. Okay well what are you interested in studying? And I said I don't know yet and he said to me we don't have a major for that and I was like can yes. Oh and he was like we were just talking or whatever remember we're talking about and then he said to me you know just talking to you right now. I think you do a really good job. In communication public relations is and I said. Nope he said okay. We'll google it and I'll see you in the fall and I was like that aggressive. I Pretty Bowl Oh here I am Delta graduate. So Jesus he was doing through but it was I. That's how I started off my cover letters to I was like if I can name my autobiography or my. Pr Journey as an autobiography be called. You told me to Google and that's what I did. Wow Yeah wow you you told me to Google it and that's what I did so here we are you know so now. I'm asking you of course I've told me what you did. You did come to southern you did go into. Pr You're about to graduate here pretty soon. but what are you doing for the future? Pray.
"lewin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"Been in Bermuda since age nine or so it was we left in December. He spent Christmas there and I had just turned ten in January. Yeah Wow so for the last twelve thirteen years. It really doesn't feel that long lovie in the car. I don't remember saying this. My Dad was like yeah you know I spent. I spent an equal amount of time in America and Bermuda spent nine years in America and nine years Marina. My Dad's like no. It's actually the like twelve. I was like yeah. I spent like my laws part elementary school and middle school and high school in Bermuda. Wow this mean then that you have like dual citizenship. Because you're I don't think so because I don't have a Bermuda passport. I don't have a British passport but I have to carry A. I have to carry a letter every time I traveled to say that. I'm allowed to be there like I don't i. Don't you know how when you go visit a country go visit somewhere you have to? There's a certain amount of time you can stay there. If I were to be there for a long period of time my letter says that my mom is per media. My parents are beating. Because my my dad just got his. Bermuda status but My parents live there. I live there even though I'm traveling with an American passport. Wow that's a lot to navigate through. Always will be four. I travel at least have the nightmare of that. I'm going to get to Bermuda. And they're gonNA look in my letter and they're gonNA tear it up and that. Yeah I have. Yeah traveling is. Can you describe some of those traveling experience? Have you ever had any bad one? No not not related to Rita is just always been like shush hobbling like the trump the trauma of traveling when we were moving there. It was because you know you're packing things. You're not really pay attention where you're putting things and so we're going for Christmas. And so we had all these gifts that we had by my. You know my mom loves bath and body where So we had all these Games we buy and we to the airport and our bags are overweight. Clearly removing our whole entire life definitely So we just not even thinking about just our all. Move our our stuff into our carry-ons right we get to security and they flag our bags and they take out what had to be like half the gifts that we had and through. We couldn't take them. Wow and this was like this is like after like once outlet. You know we're tired is really really early. And it's just like the. They were wrapped too so as like they had to unwrap them and throw them away. I had a snow globe that had had since I was little. They have to throw that away. yeah so. I just remember my mom's crying and I'm crying because my mom's crying and I'm like okay. This is the moment we should cry. Crying this is like A. Wow I already. Don't WanNa move because all of my friends are here all my friends that I you know not that I thought like off. My whole life is nine years old this year. How would you? How dare you Me You've away. All the must've had just gone to limited to and made like lotion and bath like body soap and you just threw that away on my hard work like airports. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That was that was one related to renew. And then I've always I always say at like I'm the most unluckiest travel- traveler even though I know that's not the case but like I'm very paranoid when I get to the airport. And like if I even if I'm traveling groups I'm like I'm like my mom. Let's go to our gate verse. Make sure before we go and get food through security gets your gala gate and you're hungry and then we can go. That's right that's right. Sit Down First and then and then you know sometimes not. Let's go get food I. I'm like okay okay. Okay okay okay. It's seven o'clock we need to be. We need to go. You go even though the flight leaves like nine so I yeah yeah yeah traveler. Sorry so as you arrived in Bermuda. What was that like for you? You're living in the south for such a long time. Do you have like I mean a southern accent? Oh yeah and they used to make fun of me too. I'm sure they did kizer me Yeah so I had those really thick southern accent but I was very like. Oh yeah no like I. I love coke. What are you talking about in love like it was a fair southern accent? I remember I started school. Ask Me also. Did you grow up in a farm and I was like Oh. I grew up on a college campus. Yeah 'cause when I was in Tennessee my parents are in school and then You're in a cul de sac. Lived IN LIVED IN A. I don't know what they're called. What are they called? The point is we lived in a neighborhood. We didn't live on a farm and you know the stereotypes of growing up in the south. Like oh did you ride horses pulling ride horses? Wow did you eat like like the most? The most stereotypical Southern thing some things you think of it was like I'm thinking of Fried Chicken and black eyed peas and Collard Greens. I mean yes. That was true but like did you. Have you hit a deer? Did you pick it up and eat and I was like. Oh No. That's okay I that's creative. Why sure that I guess that's always just like what people think of the south and then after a while I understood why but then I was like okay. Come on guys That was when I was in public school when I first got there when I went to be. I like Bermuda Institute. They would always do it because they knew they would get a reaction out of like they like they would always be like. Oh Michaela da Da. And I'm like Oh my gosh. That's not funny guys. Like eating out there like yeah. I talk about all the time now and MMA frontier like when we always used to just to get react. I was like I know you had fun. Yes spent wow so describe? I mean I've heard you before. Almost code switch Mike you have the southern accent. You can do that all the time. No problem and then Bermudians. Of course have a very specific accent. And they have their own specific lingo. Can you break down some of that for me? Yeah I always say that I feel like I could get could be a good Bermuda Slang teacher because I have both sides because I lived in America. And because I live in Bermuda and I was able to understand it from a foreigner's point of view but then also be able to use it Do you want me to split. Oh Okay Okay. So is not. It's the accents not like broken English. That's not what it is. It's it's own thing but after talking about it over the summer with Over Christmas break with one of my friends from back home who lived in England for a year and was like really analyzing she was like it is a lot of like Brid. Old English mixed with like new. England and Cure Caribbean Caribbean. And we take on the crew even though we're not we're not in the Caribbean he do. A lot of Caribbean esque things. So we do take on a lot of Caribbean slaying as well Trying to think of good okay. Well when I first moved to Bermuda whenever my Nanna Manno or my mom or my dad would cook or my Papa. He was a chef Will Cook things. My cousin would be like. Oh Yeah Papa this as well and I be like good. This is good and they're like now. It's well I was like. No one's good was like mom I don't understand but that's that's just what they say. Yes is well well means good. Yes it means good but it also means good. That's confusing but so that was one that always used to. I used to always be so confused and now I say it all the time And Oh when we were doing your project. So whenever there's certain words that have the code. W sound when that's the case you change it to a h so down becomes dawn interest a H N. Okay so we're going down the road. Whoa Dondi road I butchered. That is okay or instead of going and going to town. I'm going downtown. Taunton taunt T O W N turns into t h an yeah What else I don't know I always. I always say that Burmese talk. How we are island. People are very relaxed so it was very you know clearly the opposite of that but are very relaxed. You know you don't rush. We take our times. I'll the words. Kinda just come so yeah going on or I'm going going Rondi Corner Round the coin that around the corner yeah. I'm going around the corner. I'm going down the block. That's you like. That's how he explained directions. Also where's where does Philip live? Yeah he lives down Ron. Wow that's and I feel like that was really really really bad accent. I'm sorry But it always comes out when I'm like either talking talking to my runs or If I'm berry upset or very passionate about something it always seems to come out and my mom would always be like when I first moved there. I'd be like Momma. They just said Dondi road. They said Verd- not road and she'd be like don't mock it because you're going to get it and look what happened. So yeah I think I definitely switch between southern like a my regular accent and then I feel like I have a neutral where I don't have an accent at all and then you can I switch over. I duNNO I. Is that kind of crazy? Almost to deal with your head when you're around your friends who come from the island with you and then you're also here in the south again because I I don't have. It's not thick because people always people always when I came here they were like ever Muda. You don't have an accent and I'm like well. I was born in America. I moved to commune My Mom's from union and have developed it over the time but I only comes out when I'm angry I don't know why because it's not like people don't understand me is not. I definitely don't have it as bad as a lot of my friends because sometimes they're just like they don't. I don't even say they don't understand what I'm saying. I'm like yeah but you're speaking English so they should understand what you're saying. There have been fellow cousins of mine here. When they'll say something I'm like am I and I know. She said that she needs to go. Get it before it. Because I'm like yes. They're so frustrated. Yes but yeah I. I don't know exactly what's going on in my head. I just I think just.
"lewin" Discussed on Phil's Philosophies
"I'm African American and my parents are four hundred and you know. Sometimes I have curry and sometimes I go to this place. That has a beat around by the water for three months out of the year. And you know sometimes we get the day off to go fly kites. I don't know why but I'm I'm Eric and then so it wasn't until I moved to Berea that was like like I think as I get older and I like see like how mate my dad and my aunts my uncles like how they how they are and their mannerisms like why do I do this or yeah I just. I really kind.
"lewin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Morris black Lewin says was also ultimately murdered by jurors found him innocent no I'm not guilty okay after opening statements continue on Monday in LA Chris and Carla okay if I news the state of the most fatal coronavirus cases is trying to make it easier for people to stay healthy Washington state insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler says health insurance companies have been given an emergency order they're going to cover required testing of covert nineteen without copays and deductibles hi there also says people will be given a one time re fell on their prescriptions so they don't have to worry about running out if they're quarantined Washington state now has seventy covert nineteen cases it was thirty nine yesterday most of the coronavirus cases in Washington state have been in Seattle in the Seattle area some businesses there including Microsoft and outdoor gear manufacturer ari I have shut down operations or told their employees to work from home the US has bombed Taliban fighters just days after signing a peace agreement with the militant group the bombing yesterday was in response to the Taliban it carrying out dozens of attacks this week on Afghan forces secretary of state Mike Pompeii admits the peace agreement hit a snag he says he knows saving the deal will be difficult the upsurge in violence in parts of Afghanistan over the last couple days is unacceptable in no uncertain terms violence must be reduced immediately for the peace process to move forward the U. S. promised Afghanistan would release thousands of Taliban fighters but so far the Afghan government has refused to do so now Taliban leaders say they won't meet with the U. S. again until those fighters are released there's a crash.
"lewin" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Show a ten thirty one exchange expert Lewin Blau of the exchange resource group welcome to the show Lewin thank you my glad to be here absolutely glad you are here this is the show has been a long time coming frankly I had never even heard of the ten thirty one exchange it's almost embarrassing but a lot of this a lot of these strategies they're just they're counter intuitive and they're not talked about in the conventional wisdom world so the wind for our listeners there let's just start with the basics what is the ten thirty one exchange you want to change my card of the IRS code it's not a loophole it's been around I think the first one was nineteen twenty one so coming up on the hundred years next year yeah obviously there's been some changes over the years time frame I think the one probably people of her the darker exchange and that was in the fifties and they took about five years to find replacement property so the government can is that now we're not gonna get my manager for that long and then to put the time frames that we're in now but the ten thirty one exchange is a way for anybody who owns the property for a take used for business trade or investment to sell that property to further capital gains and the depreciation recapture and reinvested in anything defined as real estate so instead of paying in Texas I think were around rough numbers always to be verified by the accountant right but I'm in Texas we're looking at about twenty percent probably of your game office that would have to be paid to the government plus thirty five percent on the depreciation only captures so it can be very significant yeah on some larger properties that could that could be easy six seven years yeah quite a while so yeah so it's a strategy to essentially the for your capital gains and your profit well what do you call your presentation you say keep the profit in your pocket right exactly don't pay it to the government if you don't have to market purchase more real estate expand her portfolio it's a fantastic strategy especially the fact that the goal is to live off your cash flow and so as you continue to grow that portfolio in value the ten thirty one exchange yes you can either send send your profits to the government or you can reinvest those into larger more properties and and let's go into that late Lewin because I want to talk about how you can exchange from one business investment into another business investment I want you to listen had that have to be same for same you know I'm saying on that right and and on the business it would actually be the real estate of the business that would explain so a lot of people think that like kind it means single family for single family or multi family from multi family and it doesn't have anything to find the real estate and the state you're selling anything the finders real estate in the state thanks for buying so in Texas for example oil and gas mineral rights are defined as real estate you could sell oil and gas memorized and by real estate or vice versa you can sell and buy in any state in the US course the U. S. Virgin Islands yeah and that's a yeah I think we should take we'll talk about the Virgin Islands in a bit because that's that's a very interesting tidbit on on how that came about so it's important that you said you can real estate is even considered land obviously so you can you can sell a duplex and by land or you can sell a single family home and by two single family homes or you can sell five single family homes and go into a multi family so what the listeners understand there's there's a variable there is is long as it's real estate to real estate you can you can move that across so it brings on a property of ours okay real quick if you own the property longer than a year usually about a year and a day as opposed to getting tax short term capital gains which would mean to the on the property for less than a year and that's a totally different part of the tax code for ten thirty one exchanges the first long term capital gains yeah very important point so I'm I'm glad you said that you need to hold the property a year and a day because again it is a business and the iris needs to see it as a business and if you hold it last in its it's a short term capital gain in in you're not gonna get the advantages of the ten thirty one exchange so when does the ten thirty one let's say you exchange into a property with a ten thirty one exchange and we like to refinance our properties as soon as that debt equity reaches a certain amount so you know that could be your two year three year five whenever that is what is the the refinance how does that affect if if you refinance within a ten thirty one exchange property it doesn't affect anything if you refinance at the Curtis or place or property and that usually is a lender saying the lender will usually tell you how long you have to wait before you refinance the only thing we tell people is it's not a good idea to refinance call the equity out right before you sell that could be a red flag for the IRS they're pulling their equity out in their different their taxes yeah we usually tell people not to do it within a year before you get ready to sell that makes sense and buy it doesn't matter okay and then that fits our model if were purchasing a property in them a refinance in that property near three and then somewhere between your five in eight probably want to sell it or refinance it again it just depends on the property on on how that works so that that fits entirely with what we do within our model so Lewin I met you your vendor with lifestyles unlimited how long have you been a vendor with lifestyles six years hi Matt John Shirley others so and he invited me to come in and have a chat and the rest is history we enjoy it yeah and it's a very popular obviously because again it was a strategy I'd never even heard of but absolutely it's it's kind of a must have in the and in the the bag of tools because if you're doing a long term if you're buying properties in your holding holding them the compounding effect of not sending that capital gains to Uncle Sam but instead of being able to put that into a larger property or more properties and just grow that portfolio is very very powerful so this strategies been around since nineteen twenty one it's tried and true but it has been it's obviously been amended over time in and we're not gonna be able to get to it now you have to pick it up on the other side as with any higher S. code there's gonna be rules and and the way in you have one rule in the IRS has seven rules correct well now I have one and iris has been excellent really but it but if you're paying for for you close that will continue that momentum yeah we'll pick it up on the other side with the Delhomme's the radio show my name's Mike here soon with Lou and allow we are discussing the advantages of the ten thirty one.
"lewin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The deaths of officers Lewin Rameau's came at a particularly tumultuous time for the police and the public or possibly because of it their killings followed the killing of Eric garner that year from a police chokehold a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who use the chokehold came just weeks before Lewin Rommel's were shot think of them every day for uniform on content and hence uniforms have pins with the names of their fallen colleagues from this precinct small name tags that said just above their shields there's also a memorial wall inside the precinct house right where they get their daily assignments hunt says it's a tribute and a reminder this is a routine job in at the end of the day yeah things might not go as planned I asked them when they felt most vulnerable or exposed to danger and their police work condensate as he's most comfortable when he's with his partner the most horrible for me coming to work is if I'm not working with Donovan my wife feels if she knows we're going in for overtime for stores out of our mouth are you work with on the anniversary of Lou and rob Moses deaths is considered a day of remembrance for the eighty fourth precinct police officers from neighboring precincts cover ships for those in the eighty four so officers like Khandan hunt can attend a memorial service Yasmin Khan W. NYC news since early fall a corner of the Whitney museum has been devoted to the sounds thoughts and visions of the jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran as the year turns the show goes into its final days more from W. NYC Serra fish go in this edition of physical files sometimes listening to Jason Marantz piano playing can be mesmerized in a show at the Whitney once you're past the outer room and into the gallery the first thing you find is music coming from a Stein way superior a high resolution state of the art player so the grand is sitting there there's an empty piano bench in front of it and the piano keys are jumping up and down not a clean on their own but it's more ends playing of course that you're hearing and it's his finger patterns that you're watching it's hard to stop staring at those keys doubly hypnotic Sam and the piano sits in a room or kind of suggestion of a room with a drum kit off to the side and a double bass line on it's like a stage set Dyrham an evil cation not quite a reproduction of an old fifty second street jazz club called the three deuces a slice of New York jazz history one way Moran born in Houston genius grant recipients Kennedy center artistic director for Janice one way he closes in on the music he writes and plays is through history not necessarily as.
"lewin" Discussed on This Football Life
"You'll be tony's the response Of everyone around you. An billion i mean really the paramedics from Ah works national stadium moore. I'm very quickly. And the holiest still very very thorough. So so when you reflect leonson and critique them just to see things to become better We have protocols of how we deal with things and every club would have them re we call them atra plans and what you do is when you have a a series since to reflect on your ap and tweak it and see how could it be better so you're always looking to improve be situations and so after that. Did you ever speak to jon About the incident. Or you know what i mean. We are running quickly was thinking well and so i would say john ridley with england and overseas. He sent me Of untested memento of a shutdown says. He's personally signed me So yeah now. Jump is very appreciative. On knowing the press was very very appreciative and e- off reminds me all that they only saved his life when they beat us in a cup final. So you never let us get in the game. That is typical john. I guess yeah exactly. Yeah i want to backtrack a bit. you know. how did you get into your career. As a physio well ran was was a unusual way And probably not the best way to get into physiotherapy in the wanted. A player Also apprentice when i was sixteen Always released when i was eighteen. So i played the reserves and and we're not released eighteen wasn't sure what to do myself so played a bone in non league football but the term energy and being fred street awesome beating and physiotherapy wall as he would arrange me to go to a friend of a run a be School therapy cost. And so i went along and went home for an interview and bisected so act two levels. Because i i'm So i went back to school and took my. I live on in year and scripture somehow an excessive eating to guy's hospital thing probably my biggest break painting in the in the eighties. You didn't need to be a challenge to work four either diploma or first aid qualifications enough to be used to call the sponge -ment so when i started trek guide in nineteen ninety-three in i in figure frank retirement and Roy another roy johnson. Sokota royalist east walks. Trained guys authencity. The ceo's for the reserves juicing which would involve covering evening training school boy's monday through thursday during the reserves on the uncovering some matches on sunday. So that's what i did that for years of pick up playing football The focused on this therapy and then according finding delight to six my first job at guys hospital on the rotational year rotation and my take some intensive care cardiac but then the manager and in september. Two six i in job which Ideally you should you force rotation experience but at least you don't come up very often..
"lewin" Discussed on This Football Life
"It was a cup semi-final walk to the park headed to bowl and he would complaining about blurred vision and become all from. We assisted with setting with me and we check for renewable concussion. Use he he. He was okay. But you just got feeling it wasn't brian. Hello and welcome to another episode this football life. I'm your host josh. Why on this show. I speak with players coaches scouts agents and more to give you behind the scenes. Look at football today. i'm joined by longtime physio gary. Lewin lewin was a physio at arsenal from nineteen eighty six until two thousand and eight. He was also physio for the inland national team in five world cups and in this episode we a wide variety of topics such as hamstring injuries. Gary saving john. Terry's life head injuries and being a physio in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s before we get to the episode. I just want to apologize for the sound on gary's end sometimes. There are some technical difficulties. And unfortunately i was not able to enhance the audio quality. There gary has tremendous insight into the game. So don't let that stop you from listening to this episode. if you enjoy the show Please leave review on itunes as it really helps us get found so without further ado. Please enjoy my conversation with one of the most successful physios in england history. Gary lewin so i'm joined by gary lewin gary how you doing today cranky well i just want to thank you for taking the time to join me. I was doing some research for this. And if you go onto your wikipedia page. I mean all you have to do is get two paragraphs in and i'll just read a little short excerpt at says. Lewin was called into action in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine when he almost had to break. David rowe castles jaw as he swallowed his tongue. So as to perform life saving treatment and then a couple sentences later it says during the two thousand and seven football league cup final on february twenty fifth two thousand seven lou and was close to the incident where chelsea skipper. John terry was hit in the face by abu dhabi During a corner in the arsenal penalty area terry swallowed his tongue and lewin was the first physio that rushed over and assisted terry possibly saving his life..
"lewin" Discussed on Filmspotting
"And i'm just not sure where they went wrong i mean maybe they just did deliberately cast for what they thought billy credit brought to the role as an actor and they didn't approach it like the cohn brothers with oscar isaac in lewin davis or some other movies where the musicianship really does matter and you have to believe it but i'm not sure how with cros background and nancy wilson his wife's background being one of the members of heart one of the founding members of i don't know how they didn't put more of an emphasis on that i just think it's essential like i said from every aspect of the band dynamic to that dynamic between william and him and his reverence for him i like the performance overall he's out of place on stage and i think that matters i can't go with you there i think you make a choice when you're in you've cited some movies that made the other choice and it works the choice to show the art on the screen i will give you another one patterson where we see his poems yes adam drivers poems that he's writing and they hold up okay so that's one choice show the art but man than it better be good it better work the other choice is to not show the painting don't show us the poem yeah and and let the performance and the other cinematic elements make you believe that it is that good we get emas though in this movie josh their on stage a fair amount they are but as you pointed out it's often he's often from behind you get that one like strong cord when we first see him and covering it and you realize that he's yeah they are covering out but you also realize that he's in that court even he's the driving force of the band like the song doesn't start until he gives that cord turns around and joins the other i think there's filmmaking there that makes it work and crunch up is a performer whose exactly built to play a character like this who doesn't need to show us he doesn't need to put on the screen because in almost every one of his roles he's the sort of guy who.