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1 shot in Chicago's Southwest Side attack during funeral, child hurt by flying glass
"A man who was wounded in two people. Seven year old boy and a man were injured by broken glass after shooting outside of cemetery if God was far south side this afternoon, But Lisa looking for the shooter cook, a police spokesman, Tommy Hearns, is a funeral procession was turning for 115th Street near Fairfield Avenue into Mount Hope Cemetery. When investigators say someone driving by exchanged words with someone in a vehicle blocking the road so the procession could enter the cemetery and then shots rang out. Police say the vehicle blocking the road was missed, but several other vehicles in the process Shin were hit a 53 year old male sustained a gunshot wound to the upper left back area. A seven year old male was struck by broken glass and a 30 year old male was also struck by broken glass from the shots that were fired. Police say the 53 year old man, who was wounded was stabilized in the hospital. The boy in the 30 year old man, who were hurt by the broken glass were treated for their injuries at the hospital on the Far South Side. Jim Goddess news radio one of 5.9
Trump says Biden will ‘destroy country’ with lockdowns at first presidential debate
"As Biden kicks off the train tour. Rachel Sutherland has more live Lisa, the Democratic presidential nominee, border than Amtrak train in Cleveland, leaving for the seven stop Bill Back America Better Express Tour. Speaking before he left, Joe Biden said President Trump looks down on everyday Americans. Does your president understand at all what you're going through So many other people are going through. Question is, Does he see you where you are? The Biden team has a live stream view for the trains back window. The tour concludes in Johnstown, Pennsylvania this evening. Lisa. Thanks,
The Amazon Flying Security Cam - What Could Go Wrong?
"Under our rhetorically named. What Could possibly go wrong. Section we have Amazon rings announcement Thursday. Of Their Thomas Home Security Flying Webcam. The thing that surprised me when they announced this Lisa has forbidden cameras in the House for us. Rightly. So you know she doesn't know where that video is going. I said Yeah look at this. You wouldn't want this. What are we gonNA get it like? Oh It cameras hidden in the base until it takes off. Drew Right. But in order to use it, you have to map your home. You actually have to take it around say. This is the garage. This is the kitchen if the teacher the layout of your, house? Yeah. Like the first thing you do. It's named the always home cam. It will cost two hundred and fifty dollars and is slated to start shipping next year. It is self docking to allow it to recharge and it's able to fly around its owners home on preapproved paths. As you mentioned you know and it's supposed to allow homeowners to check to see if they left a window open forgot to turn the stove off. Or to check to make sure robbers are breaking in presumably. Because they're billing it as a security feature. And perhaps, not surprisingly announcement has been met with mixed feelings. It's. Rick Holland the CIS, Oh mvp of strategy at digital shadows in an interview he told threat post for privacy advocates the concept of an untethered IOT device. Sir veiling the house is a little disturbing coupled with rings controversial privacy practices. The adoption of the drone could be low. However, those that have already embraced. The concept of in-house security cameras are likely to be excited the prospect of having A. Single drone monitor your house instead of multiple individual cameras would be alluring, and this is exactly leases position is like, Hey, instead of having, you know cameras like steadily looking out into our various rooms. You know this thing gives you total coverage potentially as long as it's you who are flying around and looking at things because you know consider the idea of it getting taken over and someone in Russia. Taking a stroll around your house using this thing. Main really that's what's going to happen. ring for its part said they has it has built in privacy into the physical design noting that when the drone is docked in its charging based, the camera is physically blocked the cameras down on this. It's sort of a like a think of it as a as a big T. shape where the top of the tea is a big square. So it's square with a with a square post that drops down from the center of this, the tea and the camera is down at the bottom of that. So in this thing descends into its doc, the post is going into a into a square shaped hole bus. Preventing this thing from seeing anything. So it's clear. The camera cannot be seen. But it's funny too because they said. The device also has been designed to hum at a certain volume. So it's clear that the camera is in motion and recording and I thought wait Are you kidding me has anyone here? Ever heard drones a micro drone fly You can't hear yourself theta. Generating the lift required using four tiny designer approved props of course, has to look cute and right. That requires that they spin at thousands of revolutions per minute. At least I suppose we don't need to worry about the thing. Creeping up on anyone and surprising them. and. Then what occurred to me is what I WANNA know. No one who designs and test these things has a dog or cat at home because this thing would drive. would. Day would dive under the bed and never be seen again. This clarify down the hallway thought about that. Wow
Seattle to require minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers
"Drivers in Seattle now get minimum wage and labor protections to change just approved by the City Council. The council unanimously voted for new labor standards, including pay for reasonable expenses, like reimbursing drivers for personal protective equipment during the pandemic, Co sponsor Theresa Mosquito says it's not just about minimum wage when we have drivers who are tired or not ableto have there. The rest breaks and the labor standards and the clean workplace is that they need it impacts all of us. The minimum wage calculation involves a complex formula involving pay per minute and per mile, but council member Lisa her Bolt says it amounts to a 30% pay increase for ride share drivers. See Romero
Philadelphia Promotes First Black Female Battalion Fire Chief In 149-Year History
"Nearly 150 YEAR history. The Philadelphia Fire Department promotes its first black woman as battalion chief Kyi. W's John McDevitt has more so solemnly swear for Philadelphia Fire Department captain's reporting as chiefs among them 39 year old Lisa Forest. She most recently served as captain at Ladder 20 form West Philly. She also was the first black female captain on the department. But I come from a family of strong women, and, uh My family values I try to bring into the fire department stands all stand strong and some things I could be down come back everyday when even better attitude. And the attitude days making bird Commissioner Adam Teal I wanna be very clear Anybody who gets promoted the Philadelphia Fire Department earns it. Absolutely. And I could tell you that Captain now Chief Forest has earned it at the administration building job difficult news radio.
Philadelphia opens multiple voting centers ahead of Election Day
"A half dozen All access voting centers will open today in Philadelphia. These air one stop shops where people can both register and vote early. KOW Community affairs supporter Cherry, Greg explains how it will work. The All access satellite centers will be a place where individuals can register to vote a platform Ellen Palate and have it printed out on demand, or they can drop off the ballots they've received in the mail. Lisa Delia is chair of the city commissioners and says voters should make a plan. You can either vote in person vote by mail in your home or you can go to one of these open satellite election office seven centers will open today at eight more will open in stages, all paid for with a $10 million grant awarded to the city commissioner's office. The Julie the Burgesses School on Li'i Avenue will be the city's first bilingual All Access Center Council member Could Maria Chiana Sanchez will cast her ballot there today wanted to make sure that Was a center that people knew that they were going to get full service in Spanish. The centers are open seven days a week. You can expect long lines today. So bring patients and if you've you've already already ordered ordered your your your mail mail mail in in in ballot, ballot, ballot, you you you can can can wait wait wait for for for it it it to to to come come come to to to your your your home. home. home. Details Details Details on on on locations locations locations are are are a a a Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia votes votes votes dot dot dot com com com Cherry Cherry Cherry
Philadelphia to open multiple early voting centers at satellite election offices ahead of Election Day
"Philadelphians can begin voting today. Satellite election offices are going to open they will accept mail in ballots, but voters are being warned to use caution when filling them out here. Whatever you city all bureau chief Pat Luke tells us they may the object of challenges when counting begins after Election Day. City Commission chair Lisa Daly has already raised the alarm about potential challenges to so called naked ballots. Those that arrive without the inner envelope intended to keep the voter's choice secret. She's urging the state Legislature to remove the requirement for the envelope. But there are other potential mess ups that might get a ballot thrown out. Republican Ward leader Matt Wolf watch the ballot counting after the primary and sent a memo to the state GOP detailing mistakes. He saw voters mate. There are any number of issues that came up one being the date that was put on it. A lot of people put their date of birth on that which is kind of a jerk. You're not reading the directions thing to do. It's a printed rather than sign If there's information missing, chipping away at Democratic votes in Philadelphia could help Republican State wide. But the city's Democratic Party chair Bob Brady, doesn't seem worried. It's funny that you're troubled over the account to stop people from voting, and it sounds like they're ready, conceded the whole election had looking to figure out ways how they could try to steal it. The ballots come with instructions which will guarantee they're accepted voters, Reed And follow carefully.
Female coaches and referee just made NFL history
"Made in the NFL. As the Cleveland Browns and Washington football team took to the field. There was a milestone for the league for the first time in NFL history. Women were on the sidelines, coaching and on the field officiating. Sarah Thomas, who was named the NFL's first female official in 2015, refereed the game. Jennifer King of Washington and Callie Brownson of Buffalo were helping on the sidelines. King became the first black woman to serve in the coaching role in 2018 Brownson, who played in the women's football alliances, the Browns chief of staff. Lisa Matteo CBS News
Houston - 8 Texas cities were alerted to a brain-eating amoeba found in water supply
"Texas or warning of a brain eating ameba that has been found in the water supply. Lisa Taylor has more. The discovery of a single celled parasite is the reason for a do not use water advisory now, in effect for several cities and communities south of Houston residents are being told not to drink or use the tap water, including for bathing bathing all all of of this this after after six six year year old old Joe Joe SIA SIA McIntyre McIntyre died died September September 8th 8th at at Texas Texas Children's Children's Hospital Hospital in in Houston. Houston. Doctors Doctors told told Messiahs Messiahs Mom Mom the the cause cause was was due due to to an amoeba infection. Now the forecast
"lisa g." Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"At the time most of his designs were not actually built as real objects. It just wasn't possible yet. This was because modern science and engineering were only just starting to be developed. Leonardo is sometimes credited with having invented the parachute helicopter and tank. Leonardo's I love was oil painting. He often painted portraits of wealthy people who hired him. The Mona Lisa was painted as one of these portrait's. Although historians don't know for sure they believed that the painting is of Lisa Del j Kunda who is the wife of Francesco del Kunda a rich silk merchant who lived in Florence? Leonardo began painting the Mona Lisa around fifteen three in Florence Italy at the time he was around fifty one years old. He would have had the woman in the painting set to be painted many times before it was completed. Other painters at the time. The new Leonardo said that he worked on it slowly for four years he tinkered with it and eventually left it unfinished. because. Historians are not one hundred percent. Sure. This painting is of Lisa Del Kunda. Alternative theories have been believed by some people. Alternative theories means different ideas about something. Some people believe that the Mona Lisa Painting is actually a painting of Leonardo. DAVINCI's mother Katerina. The painting was completed around fifteen o eight and later brought to France by Leonardo and fifteen sixteen. The King of France Francis. The first purchased the painting from Leonardo King Francis the I was very interested in art and particularly Liked Leonardo Da Vinci paintings he purchased many of them during Leonardo's lifetime. King Francis the I hung the Mona Lisa in the Chateau. Photon blue. This was one of the medieval castles that belong to the French royals and was about thirty four miles southwest of the center of Paris French monarchs lived in this palace including King Francis. The I he did a lot of work on the palace during his lifetime including building an art gallery. This is where he hung the Mona Lisa other paintings he purchased from Leonardo..
"lisa g." Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Who travel back in time to help James Watt find his stolen steam engine plans. Be Sure to check that out on our website bedtime history stories, dot com. Now onto our episode imagine you're walking through an art gallery, the Walzer Tall and beautiful. It's an elegant place and they're tourists everywhere studying and looking at artwork as you turn the corner into a different room, the crowd grows very thick everyone crowding around trying to see one particular painting as you get close you see the painting they're looking at a portrait of a woman she sits facing you and smiles with a slight smirk that is both suspicious and mysterious. This episode is about one of the most famous paintings in the world. The Mona Lisa. The Mona Lisa is also sometimes known as La Jakoda which means the happy one in. Italian. The name of the painting is also a play on words or joke. The painting is of a woman named. Lisa del Chea, CONESA. The Mona. Lisa was painted during the sixteenth century by an Italian painter named Leonardo Davinci Leonardo lived in Florence Italy during the Renaissance Period in Europe the renaissance was a time when there was much interest in art and writing in Europe in the fourteenth through sixteenth centuries. Leonardo was born in Italy in fourteen fifty to his dad was a lawyer and his mom was a peasant woman. Leonardo studied art as a child with the famous Italian painter Andre. Adele Kyo. During the renaissance, it was common for men to learn many different arts and science skills. Leonardo studied hard with his painting teachers because this was a long time ago and Leonardo was not yet famous. There's not a lot known about his childhood. They're only reports that he was very curious and had a very inventive imagination inventive means someone who is creative and comes up with original inventions or ideas. Leonardo was interested in many different art forms including inventing and designing new technologies. This means developing new machines or Botox. Automated or easier to do. Leonardo imagined and then drew pictures of flying machines, armored fighting vehicles, solar-powered inventions, and an adding machine. At the time most of his designs were not actually built as real objects. It just wasn't possible yet. This was because modern science and engineering were only just starting to.
Louisville police arrest at least 28 people during fourth night of protests over Breonna Taylor case
"A diverse crowd of hundreds has marched through the streets of Louisville, Kentucky, chanting Black Lives matter. The march on Saturday night marked the fourth night of protests after a grand jury declined to charge any officers for the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. A 26 year old black woman. Louisville has seen more than 120. Days of demonstrations over Taylor's death in a police raid gone wrong that was carried out by white officers. Some protesters remained downtown after a 9 p.m. curfew. Lisa's say multiple fires were set. Windows were broken and graffiti was spray painted. At least 28 people were
Google parent agrees to $310M misconduct lawsuit settlement
"Parent company announced the settlement of a sexual misconduct lawsuit. Lisa Taylor reports, officials with Alphabet Inc say they're implementing policy changes in establishing a $310 million fund. The fund will be used to address issues of diversity, inclusion and equity that employees and shareholders say are lacking at the company plaintiffs in the lawsuit. We're shareholders, whose complaint centered on the generous severance package is granted to executives accused of sexual misconduct. Alphabet has agreed to a number of reforms, including being Or open about misconduct allegations and investigations.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes history as the first woman to lie in state at U.S. Capitol
"After a long life, which she fought for equal rights for women. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg had one more barrier to break and she did today, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi setting the stage for an historic moment. It is with profound sorrow and deep sympathy to the Ginsberg family that I have the high honor to welcome Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. To lie in state Justice. Ginsburg is the first woman and Jewish person to lie in state at the U. S. Capitol Rabbi Lauren Holt's blood It was Justice Ginsburg's tenacious hope to preserve the integrity of the court. Lisa Matteo CBS News
Trump widens Latino vote push in Miami
"To the finish on Lisa Brady. Fox News Less than 40 Days to Election Day President Trump Holding three events in three states today, beginning with a round table event in Florida, reaching out to Latinos and accusing Joe Biden of betraying Hispanic voters during his long political career, sold out the Hispanic American community, sending your jobs to China, making your communities less safe. Attacking your religious values and trapping countless Children and failing government schools. He doesn't like charter schools. He doesn't like choice. Dozens of Latino faith leaders endorsed Biden this week, but the president has been gaining Hispanic support in some recent polls. The Democratic
US executes first Black man since federal executions resumed
"Of federal executions that began earlier this summer was put to death Thursday night in Terror. Hoat Chris Davis reports on Christopher V. Alva, his mother spoke to the victim's family. At an anti death penalty rally. Though the Bagley's were across the street waiting to witness the execution of his son wants you to know that he is deeply remorseful for the pain that he has caused You. Lisa Brown says her son had changed and believes that could have been considered. Todd and Stacy Bagley were murdered in 1999. None of the others involved got the death penalty. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C
Breonna Taylor: Officers shot, suspect in custody amid unrest after grand jury decision
"Holding a briefing after a night of protests in Louisville over a grand jury's decision not to charge the two officers who killed Briana Taylor. Fox is Evan Brown has this live at least a police in Louisville now have a man in custody for the shooting of two officers during last night's unrest. Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault, the first degree And 14 counts of wanton endangerment, all directed against police officers. Chief Robert Schroeder says one officer was hit in the abdomen and needed surgery. The other was struck in the leg. Both are expected to recover. Louisville P D, made more than 120 arrests last night for rioting and looting. Other officers were hurt. Trying to contain the crowds, which spanned the city. Lisa Thanks
Atlanta Public Schools could have students return by end of October
"Atlanta public schools could have some students back in the classroom by late next month. Students with special needs and ingrates pre K through second would be the first to return in person learning Beginning October. 26, a PS superintendent, Dr Lisa Herring says parents will receive a survey giving them the option. I know that there are those who have been ready for return, and that there are those who desire to wait even longer. Under the reopening plan, students would attend in person classes Monday and Tuesday or Thursday and Friday, depending on their last name.
Museum Workers Must Decide Whether To Return To Work Amid Pandemic
"Back, in the spring New York City with the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. But recently, case numbers there have stayed low and New Yorkers are trying to get back to a life that's as normal as possible during a pandemic the big museums the met the Whitney in the Guggenheim have started reopening. Some people are thrilled but some museum workers are not hear Sally herships on the sidewalk outside the Museum of Modern Art. A slender man is smugly holding the world's tiniest Chihuahua Torres climb out of taxis gazing. At their phones with directions and digital tickets, they're wearing interesting glasses and have not haircuts but everyone is masked. Harry Allen is visiting from upstate New York and he's nervous. This is his first big outing since the pandemic began just seeing goes, but for employees on the inside, it's a bit more complicated some of the turmoil from the pandemic has crept into the museum. Lay says for her the problems began in early. March at the time it was her job to help museum visitors learn about workshops and activities. But coronavirus virus cases were starting to spike and she didn't feel safe at work. They gave us hand sanitizer and it was I could have gloves you ought. She was a contract worker paid around twenty one dollars an hour but her hours were capped at thirty per week. So she didn't get benefits like health insurance. What if she got sick spoke to nearly a dozen contract workers likely who said the problems began long before the pandemic it's called the fissured workplace where you end up having to take multiple jobs in order to support yourself and everything is so contracted and then you don't get any safety net from your employer laces. There's another problem too at Moma diverse workers both contract and paid staff or at the bottom of the pyramid in terms of pay and. Power all the front facing staff, the security, the restaurant workers, customer service, and educators are all very diverse, and then I would then go to the cafeteria where all the staff eight and then like everyone else would be why Lisa's us that meant when financial problems from the pandemic it diverse workers were more likely to be affected in March. The museum laid off eighty four people in an email. The museum said quote we did not have to furlough or layoff a single employee of the museum unquote that means all of those laid off were contract workers like lay the museum said it paid those laid off through March. Or heard from full time employees who are afraid to speak out publicly for fear of losing their jobs they say, they feel under intense pressure to return to the museum when they can do their job safely at home. But moma has told almost all staff they need to be at the museum. Here's museum director Glenn, lowry explaining his thinking during an online staff meeting. We must show solidarity with each other that our place of work is the museum, and while some of US might be able to argue, we never need to be museum to still do our work that's not equity. opposite. A spokesperson from the museum said, it's taking every precaution and workers are only required to be onsite part time but the workers I've heard from say the logic doesn't make sense. For example, the Metropolitan Museum of art is only allowing certain staff to work in person Makita flowers worked with visitor engagement at Moma but as a contractor, she was also laid off in March. She says, lowry is out of touch with workers like her with his multi-million dollar salary. He's the highest paid museum director. In the country I had a chance to speak to Glen I would just feel like. Roll like look at your family look at what you call the family. How are we doing now? Where are we as for on lay she has a new shop working with the city to help other Southeast Asians navigate resources during the pandemic
Interview with Lisa McFadden, PhD
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?
"lisa g." Discussed on 710 WOR
"Or to a charitable organization I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news sports and weather are up next W. O. R. news time eight oh three hi I'm Brian Scudamore from one eight hundred got junk you only brought to live in these two can do anything are you saying those online reviews are real pointed something you wish would disappear ma'am well I'd like to see that on online reviews we all what are you doing now junk always leaves a foot print so I'm sweeping up the spot where it was wow our goal is to bring the spring time and give you more space for a living I could use some extra space right here here yeah that was you see all you have to do is point you are here less than ninety minutes and we work until midnight seven days a week well now I have a new problem if I write an online review and tell the truth about what just happened no one's going to believe me welcome to our world ma'am when you want just disappear all you have to do is call one eight hundred got junk or visit one eight hundred got junk dot com in sports in Ohio you State University football player from Brooklyn is pleading not guilty to rape and kidnapping charges twenty one year old Jason went went to high school at a residence hall in Flatbush where he also played football both he and twenty one year old Amir reaper cues of attacking a woman and holding her against her will and a Columbus apartment back on February the fourth here's your W. one more weather channel forecast a little rainy still this evening but a quick clearing out and colder weather for the end of the week warming up this weekend we'll see gradual clearing trend tonight rain is going to end lows down to twenty nine sunshine colder breezy on Valentine's day for Friday high in the lower thirties partly sunny low thirty Saturday Sunday and partly sunny with a high in the upper forties I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel on seven ten W. what while your next update at nine o'clock breaking news at once start your day with Len Berman and Michael real in the mornings six until ten week days I'm Liz Warner on seven ten W. O. R. and NBC news radio station one thousand dollars could be as easy as sending one tax W. O. R. K. hand now the nation wide key word change to two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nationwide contest that change to hundred two hundred good luck from seven ten W. O. R. brought to you by a comfortable way on Broadway this will come together come from all the way Broadway musical based on the remarkable true story get tickets now to this Tony Award winning sensation comfortable with receipts from ninety nine dollars this is a report today's land Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning catch them live tomorrow morning six till ten seven ten W. O. R. Gallup polling shows sixty one percent of Americans feel that they are better off three years into Donald trump's presidency than they were when Barack Obama was present and that tells me this president is on his way to re electrodynamic or a bomb it was really low like only you don't know what the twenty five percent and even though Obama wicked at Obama was a stagnant present okay we have a stagnant economy under Obama because of all the regulations he slept on thing ice trump has released the economy from all those ridiculous liberal regulations and it's a rip roaring sixty one percent of Americans feel the better off unemployment the lowest it has been in years it was really it was fifty on their own bomb and yet still you won't you won't accept the fact that this president is doing great things for the economy will you I think that augurs very well for him fifty one percent under Obama's also was twenty five you just make stuff up sixty one percent is better than fifty one percent is better and I think it does augur well for him absolutely people really feel that way that he will get reelected he will be reelected no not my work if if they think that that makes.
"lisa g." Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey welcome to the short stuff. I'm Josh Chuck There's JJ over there let's get to it and talk about maybe the most famous painting in all the world perhaps sagged clown Hobo by John. Wayne engagedri right. Have you seen the Mona Lisa. I have same here I'm sure your first impression like many people was Sure Small I. It's it's impossible to not have you can go into it saying I'm not going to think I've been prepped. I'm not going to let myself think that and you will think that yeah. It's is two feet six inches by one foot nine inches It's a small little painting. It is and they have it behind some seriously protective casing. Yep You can't get a too terribly close to it and you'll get kinda close but not you know you can't just walk right on and I think we talked a lot about the why they have it. Under under that casing in our how the Louvre accepts owed. If I remember correctly yeah I think we covered that This is a little more about the lady herself They think for sure that Mona Lisa was a person A real person and there's been a lot of debate over the years but the current thinking is what's her name. Oh boy boy is Lisa Jarrett Dini Belgian condo. Nice Also known as Loggia Kanda Very Nice. She's a lady lady and she was a wealthy woman Married to a wealthy silk merchant and the thinking is that he had this commissioned to celebrate the birth of their impending birth of child. Yeah and it's bizarre to think that we don't. We don't know much about the Mona Lisa. It's not that old. I mean DAVINCI started at anything. Six fifteen or three is when he started painting. Exactly what I was GONNA say eventually. Okay so it's not. It's not so ridiculously old that that just completely lost the history and yet it is because the The GIO Condo family. Emily never took possession of it the reason that they think that they're almost certain that that is who it is. That it's legit Kanda in that painting. is is that there. There was a book written about it in the time that Leonardo Davinci's sons were still alive. And so still around a refute this yes if it was incorrect that it was her that she was the one who is seated there an years and years later somebody found a margin note. Somewhere in some booker some notebook that said as much that Lisa G or Dini Gary Dini. Sorry was the Mona Lisa that she was going to be sitting for this work. That Davinci was working on right and they speculate about the impending pregnancy because she has some kind of loose clothing on and that little smile is interpreted as ooh guess what's come in about to give birth. Can't wait so we should probably talk a little bit about the The artistry of the Mona Lisa. I'M GONNA GO AHEAD ED and throw it out there really. Are you crazy. You don't like it. It's not that I don't like it. I'm just I'm not a big fan of portraiture period period Not a lot of portrait's knocked me out like others other paintings do okay. I appreciate them for sure. Yeah but I've never looked. You did a portrait and been like man. I want that in my house so bad. Not a big REMBRANDT fan. Now so I think one of the reasons I appreciate it. Chuck is because as I recently saw decoding Davinci over Little Nova documentary. The Tom Hanks movie. He's got A. Mola didn't running around all over the place. I know this was This is even more legitimate than that. Oh Wow but they really go into you. Know the techniques that he used in in this painting especially this motto method. You have these very well known for which uses shading in and Some other stuff you you have to watch the Nova episode for it to be explained been but the the upshot of it is. There's no lines in the Mona Lisa. There's no hard lines Leinster's no he didn't pain the line. He suggested. Lines every line in that painting doesn't actually exist. It's all illusion created by the painting techniques that he was using on the Mona Lisa and they really go to town explaining this and it really makes it that much easier to appreciate. Yeah another thing that's mentioned here in the House reports article is the fact and this kind of stood out to me is mostly when you see portraits especially especially. Oh my Lord From that era is you have someone in a room maybe and not necessarily a landscape as well right or landscapes and there were portrait's and never between shall meet but he blended those two things together And there's a landscape behind the Mona Lisa and an aerial perspective. And she's very much in a big open space with so these mountains and winding paths behind her. And your eye doesn't always go to that because you're looking at that face and that smile right but That dreamy landscape is certainly gently back there. Yeah and I think what they're what they're remarking about is that is supposedly in imaginary landscape in that people didn't paint imaginary ones and their if people have tried to prove that it actually is an imaginary most recently pair of Italian researchers Olivia Nash E and Rosetta. Borka I don't do it nearly as well as you but they said No. It's this place in Monte fell tro in the east of Italy east of Florence on the Adriatic coast and they're like this mountain is is this one. This is this mounting. They said this bridge used to be there. But it's since been destroyed. This lake is no longer here was filled in by mudslides. But they're pretty sure they pinpointed it. But that doesn't necessarily necessarily mean they're correct. It's is still speculative but they have. They seem to have a pretty good case to back it up but is that Geo condo posed in front of that no no it just that he he He that's what he painted. Okay you know Gotcha. Yeah so so yeah. I don't think that they were saying like Sh- he made her sit there for four four years or that she was ever even there but that it wasn't their point is is that it's not a made up landscape. We'll now I mean I'm sure took a photograph of a right. And then just worked for that. He knowing Davinci he probably did. I will say that the Mona Lisa's is following you the Mona Lisa effect but she did not invent but it is referred referred to that way anyway. I know you're pretty Pretty ended this idea that is can follow. You sure that works on a laptop even it does. And that's a whole other short stuff if he asked me. But this This this Mona Lisa affect it that it being called that the is following you around the room and gaining that it's actually a misnomer because they've proven that the Mona Lisa does not actually demonstrate. The Mona Lisa effect did demand does is it. I mean I don't know maybe it was The fact that I got super drunk at lunch but sure I was sitting at my desk and I was. I was going you. You know heavy back and forth to the left and right and they seem to be following me or maybe it was suggested so I saw it that way. I don't know I I wonder that man. I wonder if that is because when I looked in saw that she doesn't have that effect I was like. Oh Yeah I totally see it they they some researchers measured where people pointed on the screener leaner pointed on themselves where she was looking and most people said she was looking pass them to their right about a thirty degree angle while it may be empowered suggestion for both of us who knows All right well. Let's take a break here and we'll hear you'll hear we will say a a little bit about when and why. The Mona Lisa became soups.
"lisa g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Watch you know did it not feel bad because it was men and not women did it feel worse because of that and I spend a lot of time trying to sort of figure that out and I think for that and I think what they told me time and again was that it was just a job. Bob and I believed that because I thought and while that is great and I applaud the fact that someone's able to separate that but it wasn't compelling impelling after a couple of chapters of writing about it and the rest of the porn castle was after a week or two I was kind of I would go home and write and I'd be like I don't know how to make this interesting. Sorry that was a long winded answer to basically desire for me and what I found was the passion that lies beneath sacks the emotions that underscore that on that are beneath it that the people don't talk about that much that led Lena China for example in Indiana to to drive for this man for our this hurled highschool lover yes it was for the sex but what the sex was making her feel was this kind of rebirths this reawakening and she was in love with herself for the first time and so. I think that's how sex differs from desire would desire. You're you're kind of you. Fall in love with yourself in a way as opposed to just having this physical feeling but you know does not really move much outside of the moment I want to read a brief excerpt from your introduction about the choice to investigate women's desire versus men's you right in some cases there was prolonged courting sometimes the courting was closer to grooming but mostly the stories ended in the stammering pulses of Orgasm and whereas the man's throttled died. I'd in the closing salvo the orgasm I found that the women's was often just beginning there was complexity and beauty and violence even in the way the women experienced the same event in these ways and more it was the female parts of an interlude that in my eyes came to stand for the whole all of what longing in America looks like what does longing in America look like. I think it looks like something we still. Oh can't talk about and that's why what's one of the reasons. I thought that I've found women were interesting because we've been okay with male desire for centuries. Even if a politician Rex's whole life over something we still go well. You know it's terrible that he did that but Duh you know I mean that that that happened with women. There's a lot people including other women don't want to hear about other women's desire and I think that one of the things that I noticed so much specifically towards the end of my reporting and most of my putting was done prior to me too but what I noticed in the sort of towards the end that we've been able to talk very loudly about what we don't want as women but we're still not talking about what we do want and I think that if anything about only gotten worse as the other side has gotten better not because one is going up and the other one's going down and concatenation but because because of the media because of the social media the second you say something if it's not the right thing. It's you need to be at one extreme or the other. If you're in the middle you're not in the club and what I saw with desire was that when women want the wrong thing whether it's the wrong man the wrong woman the wrong job there. There's an instant you can't want that. That's not right and that's why with Lena with Maggie with Sloan. Each of them wanted something wrong wrong wrong in quotes. Lena wanted a man who was married who did not love her back. She was going after for him. She was dropping off her kids for him. She was not going to ever be there for her but so what is my point like why why judge judge her. What I thought was was vital about telling her story was the fact that she was it was so so raw and it was so the need for him. This man she had been raped the young woman she'd been completely in bodily abandoned by her husband for about a decade and this is the first time she was feeling passion. Love it like she was inside her own body. She had had endometriosis and FIBROMYALGIA. She was literally losing the pain and for people to say that that was pathetic. I've found to be horrifying. You've been lauded quite a lot for being able to write about these women in a way that was completely non-judgmental. Did you ever have your own judgements as he were witnessing a singing observing. I mean it was in some ways almost like ethnographic research what you were doing. You were living with these women. I never judged them I'm not a judgmental person. That's one of the only strength I have in terms of emotional I judge in my household household a judge my husband but I do not I judge myself. I don't judge other people because they're not. It's not my life you know for me. It's like the same way that I don't think men in politicians should not make our choices for our bodies in terms of abortion or not. I think that the same is true of any kind of sexuality any he kind of thing that you want. I it's not my place. There are a bunch of reasons why didn't judge but I didn't to find subjects with the book you started with craigslist. You crisscrossed the country six times. You went everywhere from the swingers club to gas stations where you'd paste flyers up. It seems like that had to be insanely. Insanely incredibly frustrating part of the project to find the right subjects. It was the only part that was impossible possible. I mean what was difficult was people who would stop talking to me because you had about twenty women that were in contention for being in the book women and men yeah. I I had not as well yeah yeah not as many maybe like five but yes so that was difficult after talking to somebody for six months in two cases. I'd moved into their communities did they. He just ghost you or did they end up saying. I don't want to be part of this yeah it was. I said to everybody before we started talking. Like you know the only way it was hard to get people to talk to me first of all about desire like I I would say look you know. Let's talk at any point. If you want to stop talking you can just tell me if any point you say I want. XYZ stricken from the record then we'll do that so a lot of people took me up on that people are excited to talk about themselves and they'll do it for months on end you know and I'll just listen and tape recorded and take notes and they're like Oh. They love hearing their stories. They love the idea that someone's sitting there listening sending recording it for for posterity but then you know it's like okay now the idea of like being with your therapist and telling them everything and then your therapist thing okay this is going to be in. Burns and noble tomorrow cool so that's that's where I kind you know and I would say 'cause I would remind them. I'd be like this is a book so she survived financially. Really I was given an advance. That was healthy. it was for two years. It was considered a healthy advancer years. It was not a healthy events for eight years years. I lived in an RV for a while living in Indiana's inexpensive. you know so. I wasn't living in New York City anymore. which is part of the reason that yeah? I can do it so from a broad perspective. Can you tell us why Lena Morgan Sloan form this compelling trio for you. The main reason that it's those three is because those three gave me the absolute most. I spend the most time with them. They let me spend the most time with them. they were honest. They were willing so that's the main thing the other thing is one of the reasons. I think that they spoke to me is because they they had some sad assads scary and or highly passionate things going on and in the end as a trio. I think what's what binds them. Besides the fact that they gave me so much as the waited judgment of other women and other people kind of was so much a part of their lives the three women are are quite different in their class backgrounds but they do share some commonalities. I I realized towards the end of the book in one point in all of their lives they we're all sexually assaulted Did you know about that early on or was that something that took time to reveal Maggie was Maggie with statutory three right rape Lena. I found out about right away. I think one of the first or second things that first or second time that we met and after the discussion group that she said that to me Sloan was the last thing I found out about her and it wasn't it wasn't a salt so much as a something a little bit stranger but you know it's funny because I've heard a lot of people say there's a salt and all three of them but you know I just saw this morning. The study just came out out that I think it's like one in three and it just came out as the one you're talking. No I just do some work with the foundation and to try and trying to eradicate sexual assault and domestic violence violence that it's a stat that I just know by heart so that's the thing it's when people have been like well. Why are they because that's what it is and I think if you talked to anyone for longer longer than a week a month you'll hear that I heard that probably eighty percent of the time and if it doesn't have to be a full-on stranger rape rape but it's all different kinds and it's also all the little kinds that add up like that man in Puerto Rico for me you can multiply Klay that by fifty and that's what I've had I just wrote a story for playboy about a gynecologist of mine who I've long story but it's it's in playboy. It's a long visit in the current issue. It's in the fall issue so I was doing a story for Ashley Mandate Madison about married men so I was going on dates with him. I was not sleeping with them but one of the men that I was talking to we never met in person he we talked on. We moved over to g mail and his g mail was his name aim like the when you hover above the the handle night it's like what kind of an idiot who's cheating that so anyway but beyond that the name was the name of my gynecologist the same man. Yeah Yeah Oh my goodness so yeah and he was a he was a bad bad guy not just because of the cheating which is something he was. He did a lot of bad things. I stopped seeing him as gynecologist but anyway so that happened like like a lot of things happen to me and it's not about telling the stories of sexual assault so much as that's that's part of the makeup for what what we become and for what we allow and for what we don't allow as much as passionate things and loving things are they all. It's just a part of the human experience one of the other commonalities analogies that I felt among the three women was pervasive sadness. They all have a very deep sense of of almost defeat. Would you say that that's correct. No Lena's incredibly Lena had Lena was going after this man full throttle she she had a terrible couple of weeks during it when she was nearly suicidal the rest of the time and I still talk to all three of them. The rest of the time Lena's Lena's quite happy she gets a little things happen that make her sad but at that point in her life and that's the thing the reason that these three were willing to talk as much as they were because there's pain you know you. WanNa you WanNa talk about that when when you're totally happy. You don't really need to talk about and I don't think people are that interested trysted in reading about half were like why don't you have happy marriages. I'm like because well first of all thanks..
"lisa g." Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"I'm just scared all the time so I can't live in the moment so I'm happy in retrospect when you scared while after a sort of you know dad car accident mom cancer everything else in the world. I just constantly think of all of those things on probably a minute by minute basis. Ese loss yeah send abandonment and to seize an accident yeah. I know it's interesting how how death gives you a perspective of vulnerability unlike anything else and I feel the same way to my my surrogate. Get mother just died of pancreatic cancer and now I'm really afraid that I'm dying of cancer. I don't know survivor's guilt or if it's just something that Eh means you know I'm insane but I've been struggling with that too. the story that you wrote about Heath Ledger. I hadn't read it at the time I read it in preparation gration for interview today it was mesmerizing. It's unlike anything I've ever and I think it's one of the best things you've written along with. The book I was is completely taken by its originality and prior to reading it. I had never actually heard the term reported fiction. was that something that was around. Did you just create that genre what happened it was really. David Grainger who said report on this for a week and then whatever facts you don't don't have like how what he actually did. You know the time that he died. Just fill it in with your imagination what was different about what you were originally sent them and what eventually was printed the first one was multi voices Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. We're talking hang. It was just there was a lot going on. I thought it was experimental and cool but ultimately didn't have like a pulse and and I I didn't know that when I had it's like the kind of thing like you always know or at least you know when an editor comes back to me and says basically you can do better and not in so many words although I have heard that those many words you go okay you're right. I can so I knew it when I got it back. I was like yeah that's wrong. How would you describe that piece for somebody. That hadn't read it. One of the best things David Granger said which I've literally had something and I keep in mind every time I right. He said you know it should be funny. It should be activated B. Y. But because this is a human life that we're talking about it should above all be beautiful awful and that has been in the back of my head about everything right not in terms of beautifully written but in terms of having real respect for the person that you're writing about even if it's fiction so I would say that I would describe it as being kind of like wanting to both honors someone demise while at the same time being honest as possible about what might have happened because I think honesty is still important across desire across grief. It's we kind of button a lot of things up because we're afraid so I'm afraid of a million things on modified of talking about things you you mentioned your mom being diagnosed with cancer right after your father died one of the last things your mother told you before she passed away was don't let them see you happy. I can't stop thinking about that. I think we're much more used to hearing things like don't let the best and get you down she then went on to say if they see your happy they will try to destroy you. what did you make to be perfectly honest. I spoke to hundreds of people for this book and specific spoke to women about desire about why they didn't talk talk about it and there's a quote by a female author. That's like a woman who is unhappy cannot truly be a happy for another woman and I think there's a lot of truth to that and what I saw from people and it's very quiet and and it's not something that you can see. I think it's a lot more so thirties and up. I think that younger people they don't have that as much especially these younger anger people and like right now. I think that there's a lot more openness because we're just they're growing up in this culture. Where there's it's okay to be gay. It's okay to be transgender engendered. There's just so much openness that most people you know people older than that didn't really have but what I saw with women in their thirties forties fifties sixties. There's a lot out of why does she thinks she deserves that like I mean there's plenty of Friends of mine. I have a friend who left her husband and started dating her personal personal trainer and there were women who said why does she get you know she had enough. There's always that she had enough and it's like well. It's none of your business if she wanted more or as long as the personal trainer wasn't your husband you know it's it but there's always that I've heard that from so many people about so many different things and Lena the I was GonNa say I have the quote rate hear. Some of the women expressed frustration that Lina had a home a husband who provided for her and healthy children. They were angry that she wanted more I guess this is a good time for us to go right into the book but I love that line and I felt that line both as Lena and as the person looking at Alina Lina especially when you don't feel good enough about yourself and then you get jealous that somebody else has more somehow your book three women has come out it has created created a a soon Nami of conversations and debates and analysis. Can you share with us. How a New York magazine profile of Rachel. Oh you could tell US essentially led to this book. I was supposed to write about Tiger Woods and the alleged affair he had with Rachel. You could tell who was ambassador acid or of the bottle girl industry which that they bring the bottles of expensive champagne and vodka to the tables where people are paying ten thousand dollars up to sit up and I found the women surrounding Rachel Uchitel and what she had been before she became sort of promoted promoted to you know like an ambassador as opposed to one of the bottle girls. I found them so interesting because they weren't prostituting themselves but but they were they were going going to Miami and they were going to Kabo. They were going to different places with these the men that they that they served at night and they would get fancy shoes and they would get cool dresses and handbags and they didn't have to have sex with men but they did have to sort of and it wasn't even like a the girlfriend experience. It was more like I'm GonNa take ten women out on my boat and if you're twenty three and someone's like hey come to Miami. It's like all right like the fire fest exactly exactly so I started talking to them. I became so I kind of embedded myself with those women and I wrote the story that was predominantly about Bam and usually you can tell tiger were sort of this underlying part of it and this editor he was a grove at the time and now he's got his own imprint it. Simon and Schuster accuser called avid reader and Jovi Furry Adler and he took me out to lunch and he said he wanted me to write a book and he kind of Said you can write about about anything you want so he sent me a number of nonfiction books that he admired Joan videon essays Janet Malcolm Um Tracy kidder Tom Wolfe and Gates Elise as neighbor's wife and I read all of them and reading the neighbor's wife which is is about sexual desire he spent about a decade researching desire in the country and he embedded himself in a swingers colony in California he operated a massage parlor that gave happy endings and he participated in all these acts to better write about them and while I very much admired that sort of immersion I did feel like it was a little bit too much and I also thought you know it's great but I thought it was written from such a male perspective. I I wondered what a tale of desire would look like told from a female one and so that was kind of my starting point and I kind of floated that idea and and Joe fee really liked it and that's kind of where it began was very very floaty at the time. Is it true that Gay Talese suggested that you sleep with married men for research yes no. I was a little bit shocked and hope that wasn't true. It's true. What did you think that well. I hadn't read his books but I had read Frank. Sinatra has a cold which is one of the most famous magazine stories. It's one of the best it's beautiful. He couldn't essentially talk to Sinatra so he just spent a month longer following him around from afar talking to the person who brought his to pay around etc.. I just admired it so admired him. I thought he was an excellent reporter. I didn't consider myself reporter that much. I had done the same sort of thing. I'll just kind of made sense to me but I didn't. I felt like he was the consummate reporter so when he said that to me. I've felt like I'm not going to do do that but is that. Is that what a reporter would do. That's literally how I felt. I didn't have the sort of I didn't go. My God what is he talk- I didn't that wasn't my it was. I'm not going to do this but but somebody else should look was kind of the feeling I had when I thought a lot about that part and mallrats. I don't know where the young woman is like being intimate with men while taking notes on them and so that's what I picture and I'm like well. That's already been done any you said that desire desire is one of the things we think about the most and it's also our biggest secret. How do you define desire. I I was writing about sex to to start and I'm very quickly got bored. I went to why because you know it's like real sex episode you. If you watch one on you're like Oh that's cool. You know if you watch a marathon. You're like after the tenth one. You're like all right like you. Just feel a little bit. Whatever so so I went for one of the first things I did was to go to the Porn Castle in San Francisco which is no long much like the National Library of poetry is no longer there and bastions of our time so I I watched a lot of things are spent a good deal of time watching women an having sex with machines. There was an animal room. There were lots of things that were interesting. The main thing I was doing was profiling this young woman Dan who was I think nineteen and she was having sex with men on camera and her girlfriend was the director of girlfriend has in partner correct and I I was very was very intrigued by that and I wanted to know how it felt to you..
"lisa g." Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'm Lisa Matteo seven teenagers facing charges in connection to the stabbing death of a sixteen year old boy it in Oceanside strip mall police say nineteen year old take he met met Jim to eighteen year olds marquee Stevens junior and dividing meals to seventeen year olds Taj Woodruff and Sean merit and two sixteen year olds have all been charged with second degree gang assault in the incident that killed because Demarest earlier this month eighteen year old Tyler flash has already been charged with second degree murder in the case the seventeens will be arraigned on Saturday the same day as Morris's funeral also on Long Island security being stepped up around synagogues in other areas of concern during the Jewish high holidays Lisa G. has more Nassau County executive Laura current says police will not be taking any chances amid the spike in anti semitic crimes around the country and in New York hatred has no place in Nassau County we will not tolerate bigotry and we will certainly not look the other way when we see it she notes the county has been working closely with local faith leaders to provide security assessments training and other resources to ensure worshippers our camp safe Russia China begins on Sunday I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news an NYPD car rushing to a call with its lights and sirens on strikes a pedestrian in the jeep on Staten Island authorities say the pedestrian was crossing Henderson Avenue on Friday just after nine PM the police vehicle swerved to avoid the pedestrian struck the jeep the gesture was taken to Richmond university Medical Center with serious but non life threatening injuries the two officers in the vehicle suffered minor injuries the driver the jeep was not hurt transit advocacy groups are rallying calling on the federal government to advance the gateway project. there's fear the Hudson River rail tunnels could fail at any time which could be catastrophic to the nation's economy but Kate Slevin of the regional plan association says that's not all people health suffers from the stress of being packed in overcrowded trains and missing bad times and daycare pick up but if the feds approve the.
"lisa g." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Reality that two things can be true at the same time that people need spaces where their identity and he can be recognized and that we need to recognize that we all are part of one larger identity and I always like to ask people when we get started about who they were as kids in united just delve right into everything that we got her brain is so good but it but it does make make me curious because I wanna know about who you were as a child. I know you as this brilliant and an observation aw nuanced soulful human and I wonder if you were all of those things when you are seven or eight and when we talk about the person. We talk about identity though I wonder what your experience dance also is as a Chinese American and as a woman you because your culture is important and there there's also the reality of your culture and then the desire to assimilate and in a way I would imagine there are lessons from your childhood apply to this conundrum of how do we recognize that we're all the same and how do we how do we hold onto who we are in the ways that we are different different and and to our culture into our heritage because that's important too absolutely and I and I when I really think back on it. I do think that the conflict that I you felt or experienced as a young seven year old has everything to do with how I see the world or how I envision the world that I want to live in I grew up in northern California outside of Sacramento in a very non diverse community and we didn't have a lot of money. My parents divorced when I was seven and I always felt conflicted about my identity because I it didn't feel totally American because my house always smelled like Chinese food and I obviously look different than all of my friends and I was reminded of was the fact that I look different from them all the time and how does that present when you're a little kid. Oh where do those reminders come from. Oh I mean I was. I was teased a lot. It wasn't malicious but because I look different and kids our kids you know I was called you know Reza Ring was my nickname and kids would constantly kind of come up to me and and you know make these sounds like wall ring and you know stuff like that again. It wasn't delicious. They were just being kids but when you when you grow up kind of experiencing those things and really loathing how with that felt I think it Kinda drives you in a certain way but I didn't feel entirely American because I didn't look like my friends and I didn't feel Chinese because ultimately I didn't know the first thing about being Chinese because I was American I was born in California and whenever I was with people who were from any part of Asia just could could not relate at all and so I I grew up. I I remember that that that would conflict is sort of the the the the definitive word word of to to describe my childhood because I just didn't. I didn't know where I belonged and I- i- I longed for that tribe to and I just I didn't have that. Was that something you could talk to your parents about. Could you ask them about their experiences before they immigrated here now as a kid did. I just didn't really have point the language yeah and again. My parents were divorced when I was seven and my mom moved to Los Angeles and even even though she was still part of our lives when I say we I'm including my sister in this conversation who was four when my parents divorced she. She definitely wasn't a regular part. She wasn't part of the day to day and my dad worked all the time so my grandmother a Whiz with us and and she was a very educated woman but also a very strong evangelical and so the Bible was a big part of our our childhood hood singing hymns was a big part of our childhood in fact on Halloween night. My grandmother would make us turn out all the lights and sing sing hymns to drown out all of the all the trick or treaters. I it was that it was that hard core. You never got to get candy. I mean we snuck out got a couple of times. I did it when she when she got older and when we got older she started to she she. She became pretty senile at a certain point but yeah that's that's. That's the world that that I grew up in so very on the one hand very closed minded on so many levels but also with this with this real conflict you not knowing where I where I where I belonged and so I started working on television. When I was young I auditioned for a teen in magazines show when I was sixteen and I mean how shows in how how do I find out about this. How does this kind of like that before. A speech teacher told the class about auditions at a local mall for a teen magazine show that that might eventually become syndicated and so I showed up audition and I was chosen as one of the four hosts set of about five hundred kids showed up and auditioned and that gave me an opportunity to uh intern in the newsroom because it was produced by a local news affiliate but it wasn't until I turned eighteen that I addition for another show called Channel One news which is seen in schools across the country purportedly by about eight and a half million students every day Anderson Cooper who was on who's on CNN was one of my colleagues. The the idea was to bring on these young looking correspondence. We were Kinda like nine to ano before nine hundred eleven to report news for a high school audience audience so we they wanted these young looking reporters kids that felt like just the age group above the viewers exactly exactly and having never traveled because we didn't have the resources to do so it was the most incredible eye opening illuminating experience because it exposed me to the world in such a profound way you know it wasn't visiting tourist attractions. I was reporting on the Russian referendum elections or the civil war in Afghanistan or stories about globalization in China in India. I did this in my late teens and early twenties travelling to these places as part of Channel One while I was in college at USC and so I- eventually eventually dropped out because I felt like I was acquiring a graduate school education in my travels but it was that experience at channel. One that propelled held me to want to communicate what I was seeing to a bigger audience wow so I wanna get more into channel. One but I have a question about this sort of interim time. Yeah you're between this childhood. where you're growing up as you said in an close minded household old and then you go out to become a news reporter which requires curiosity inexpensive thought and I wonder about how you round up there. Were were you very curious about these systems. You were living in about community about about family. Were were you asking a lot of questions. Let's say from eight to fifteen. How did that spark for you so I have always had an insatiable curiosity but it really. I don't believe I started really asking those questions until later now what happened for me in my late teens and early twenties when I started getting just exposed to the rest of the world I mean I was twenty one years old when I went to the front lines of the civil war in Afghanistan and had a ten year old boy point a a an RPG at me and so you know those are those are experiences that you just can't erase right and so I realized after experiencing so many of these things that this is where I just felt like I was. I was kind of thriving in those kinds of environments. I felt more alive and that's something that I I continue to really relish about what I'm able to do whether it's going to Afghanistan or going and spending time with a community that is just completely different from my own in in Wichita rain. I feel alive. My senses are heightened and in in our country today in the world really really we are trying not to feel. We're afraid of feeling you know if we're feeling scared if we're feeling anxiety for feeling uneasy. There's a pill for that. Let's just let's just medicate you so you don't have to feel and and for me my whole life. It's just been the opposite. It's when I'm when I'm in environments that are unfamiliar to me like I just I love how that feels and and it's not always that I feel good or that. I feel excited. Sometimes I'm horrified by the conditions around me. Sometimes I can't extend the food that that that's being given to me. Sometimes my heart just feels like you know it's it's it's being torn out of my body body but it's so important to feel those things and I think we've kind of gotten away from that or or somehow we are uh afraid of of of feeling and I think it's really unfortunate because it's really that that's really driven me yeah. ACA identify with that so much approach in all the traveling of chosen to do in the communities I've chosen to visit and the the places that I always want to go and I'm advocating advocating for something. I want to go and see it myself. I want to talk to the people there myself because it feels necessary to bear witness to use my platform in the most respectable and authentic accurate way to talk to a larger audience that I have the privilege of talking to about these things happening in the world and I as you talk about how it makes you feel alive whether good or bad in the feeling you're experiencing. I really I get that and when I when we first started talking when I said that social media and these devices his have turned it all upside down there is nothing that compares to what you can access us on your device. Nothing no landscape no no experience because we are so just like we are so so over stimulated we are so we can access anything our brains just they were built to process all of this and so oh think increasingly people are are feeling less and less because they are are so embroiled and in their social world in the world of social media and people aren't going out and having those experiences because they don't feel like they need to. Oh but yet they feel like they have a platform though to be able to kind of pontificate about you know what have you and it's it's. It's it's it's it's kind of just an unprecedented period that we're living in in that regard it's wild it is under so curious about where we where we go and you and I are talking about this virtual reality so that people don't even have to travel they can just sit on their couches and in and get exposed to different parts of the world or whatever they WANNA do sexually you know and it's but then we're missing it. We're Messiah experience absolutely saying the people that you run into the street food. You wind up eating the conversation you end up having the the wrong. Turn you take leads you somewhere. You weren't expecting to go it. It's it's the connectivity and and really I think the magic that goes away the more renew the world through a screen absolutely I mean just the spontaneity of life and again those feelings that you can only get when you don't know what's going to happen and my fear is we kind of progress along..
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"lisa g." Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We have he answered NYPD is impaling drones in its effort to fight climate. Keep the city safe. Lisa g with more drones will be operated by the technical assistance response unit and help with search and rescue missions crime scenes hostage situations or a hazardous material. Incident. Officials say the devices will be deployed solely by train members of the unit who have gone through vigorous training across the country. There are more than nine hundred state and local police fire and emergency units. Enlisting the help of drones Lisa g NBC, News Radio New York. Meanwhile, police Commissioner James O'Neill is responding to transit chief Andy Byford comments about stopping fair on the subways and buses. I think it's important to do as much as we can to control entry into the subway system. Our favorite Asian efforts are increased its six crimes day in the subway system with about six million writers yesterday. Floated the idea of sending MTA employees to bus stops in subway turnstiles as means of blocking fare jumpers and saving lost revenue. He adds that fare evasion will end up costing the system two hundred fifteen million dollars in revenue. This year sports action was the jets of the islanders three to one accident on the cross Bronx expressway, it's westbound as makes way overcharged Jerome avenue. Inbound George Washington Bridge in construction on the upper level lower level ez pass along with your approach with the Palisades interstate Parkway construction, but no delays both the Lincoln and Holland tunnel. Bayon bridge closed until five at work on the FDR drive. Northbound from the twenties all the way up towards the fifty s alternate side in effect today. It's called one for today. Clouds will be on the increase will have a high in the mid thirties. You now know what's coming on a Bill am nine seventy the holidays..
"lisa g." Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Lisa g reports. Newark mayor RAs Baraka says the city is handing out forty thousand free water filters to help specific areas in the city that have been affected by this. And we in those people will be given filters. We are starting distribution off with families with women that are pregnant, according to city officials the lead problem is caused by corroding pipes. That service homes were lead was used to solder pipes or fled plumbing was used. In addition recent study showed corrosion control methods were no longer effective. Lisa g NBC, News Radio New jersey. The International Energy Agency says rising oil and gas prices are threatening the global economy, the I E A said today in its monthly report that expensive energy is back, and it poses a threat to economic growth. The report says oil gas and coal prices are currently trading at multiyear highs. And that we've reached new twin peaks demand and supply by straining parts of the system to the limit. The global organization says this strain could be with us for some time and will likely be accompanied by higher prices, which could have a negative impact on the global economy. Ralph Nader has delivered some harsh criticism of President Trump nature made the comments in an interview with Germany's developed calling President Trump a clear and imminent danger. Not only to the United States, but to the world Nater pointed to policies on immigration and Byron mental laws and other global issues saying the president's action show, he doesn't know what he doesn't know as far as where you would rank Trump among all presidents..
"lisa g." Discussed on Revision Path
"Is there any goals that you really want accomplish for the rest of the year? All I'll tell you what my focus right now is trying to balance this new reality of mode. Wit Georgia Tech tech is its own challenge because I'm used to teaching graphic design to people who wanna studied graphic design and working graphic design as a major and at tech it's different. So it's quite a lovely challenge to teach graphic design to engineers and industrial designers rains really kind of need the knowledge delivered in a different way entity. The architects, it's really exciting talents in. So that's sometimes really. Hard to do in very interesting anything that's hard as excited for me. And then at Moda we are in this beautiful growth spurt Meyde big quest. There is how do we go to the next level? And then of course, after that, how do we get to the next level after that? And so on and so forth. We are climbed for a couple of really exciting grants. So I'm not gonna say anything about those. Are crossed, but once we get him, I can't wait to let me know about them. But all of our focus has become. Have we get people to understand that museums are for everybody? How do we draw people to Moda that would never have gone to a museum? How do we move the conversation forward around design? Had we create an ecosystem of design in Atlanta? How do we create that in? That's really how we answer that every week is different or constantly more more things to do to answer that question in this live for that. It's what I've always wanted to do is maybe healthier immunities that were more inclusive. I didn't go to museums when I was a kid with my family. It was only a field trip. You know, schooling went to the museum of natural history. Sorry, you went to the quarter now, is it? We didn't as a family go to visit museums at all. That should dot that idea. I mean, I think motives doing great with their programming that is really geared towards families like bringing folk like bringing in kids to like, do the Legos. And I think there's like even like some cross stitching at the want those across stitching workshop and stuff like that. So it really doing things like open up and let the community know that the museum is ingest, like you said, a field trip destination. It's part of the community. Exactly. We're also doing lots of workshops for corporate entities around design thinking and things like that. So we message everywhere. I mean, we want people to understand that the access to design and especially thinking as a designer in that frame of approaching any kind of problem is good for everybody. And so we want that message to be Cal. Able for just about every demographic. It's especially ones that have been celebrate. Sounds good. Well, you know, at least just to kind of wrap things up here, where can I find out more about you and about your work and everything online? Everybody who knows me will tell you that the funniest question in the world for me because. Seriously not found on typically, simply because hours used to say, I'm not Facebook because I'm gonna keep my job is as a teacher. But I am on blink. Did I join Instagram as all new? Lisa g vinyl. I am on motor, but I haven't been so busy. We haven't even put me on that site yet, so that will be happening imminently. And so anybody who wants to see me can always come to Moda and check us out or MLB at l. back at museum of design that war always always always wanna, meet people there and walked them through next edition and talk to them about how to take the dialogue..
"lisa g." Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast
"Bustle econo just showed up when he needed about something off jock so we are going to refer to this person as j ted shithead oj now j has been a friend of mine roughly twenty five years i'm him since i was six is old i've known him through recovery he's kind of been one of these guys that have come in and out you know he's got some time so but anyway relapse concert whatever but we go with a lot of history and so i always kind of given this guy probably giving him too much attention leeway whatever i've just i've probably been that for him more than i should have we get back in touch we start you know just chatting whatever and he comes over to the house to meet the kids and lisa we kinda occasionally hanging out and lost time lease it was we would telling him about lisa's new business now lease do you want to explain what you'll businesses yes i own a company called fancy sprinkles for the modern and it's basically like super high n artisans sprinkles that you put on cakes and cookies and ice cream and whatnot so anyways the business is only like less than a year and a half old j j comes over and i'm about seven months pregnant and you know he's telling me about his ideas for this company he's gotten you know it's been like forever since he's trying to do this and i offer to help him with packaging and stuff you know i've been doing a bit of design and whatnot i was like i hope we make a website help you with whatever you need and we were i was telling him about my business and you know jacqueline really proud of me so he's bragging about me and saying how well i'm doing well we get a call from one of our friends a couple of weeks ago being like hey have you ever heard might even going to say the name of it have you heard of blah blah blah sprinkle company.
"lisa g." Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"That's really funny is that a lot of the guests that we have on the show are comedy writers and so it's much easier to be like what you say the simpsons is influenced your like you're writing like i'm guessing it probably didn't influence like your songwriting very much is that safe to say almost so but i mean i kind of try and keep like the you know this congruency or some parallel between like what i am as a person in what i'm making my music you know so and bart simpson you you know know the you know as a young man it was all about bart you know yeah bart mania did you have all the march when it came out i had like the kind of weird bart merchants no like when like bark staff not bootleg bart it was just like it was like walmart you know walmart wow that's a new instagram that i should start right weird it was like it was like yeah in canada all the department stores had simpson stuff but it was like please have account may cheese because the classes shirts are a great they're actually have a lot of those they used to wear them a lot but i've put on a couple pounds but but yeah i don't know i yeah i think i wore this same bar cheer for maybe like all of grade three or four something kind of gross so being someone who loves bars interesting that you would pick an episode that is not only not bartender but like really revolves around lisa g likely says a kennedy you kinda grow up in learn to preciado a thing with the whole i mean especially as a little kid it's like oh man bart has a sling shot he's drinking slush she's you know he's like so crazy but the show wouldn't work if it was just you know dennis the menace like dennis the menace i don't want that the re the you know every part of the family as annoying lisa is sometimes the the annoyance is very important and you know stupid is homer is or whatever you know it's helped shape the whole fam designed balanced exactly so it's like.
"lisa g." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"lisa g." Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"lisa g." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Feared it true yeah now let me let me ask you has she moved on lisa g has a family now so you think she'd be happy for you as well like there would be some sort of mutual respect the number by kinda got out okay what wanted to be apparel i know of there must still be a picture me down in the basement that has a lotta dart holes in and there may be some kind of a voodoo doll i'm not sure clearly there's there's something going on there seek counselling and he'll by self well they'll say brian this religious because you're a little bit older her than me and not not the journal man no i'd like it at swan my generation see we don't have to have the hostility because see i've got pictures what are you not enough because why their own separate way like you bill because of their you reach out i got the pictures but don't you think that says something about a person if they're having this much trouble i mean this many years later they've so doubt resentment and anger something's going on their man yeah it's very shallow of her and if she's listening now you all brian baker an apology yeah and i you know you could reimbursed me for that vhs take too make make vhs tapes that anymore you know how hard it was to try and find a vcr add to order one on lie on transfer and all these little dates man who knows what i may find i may have to add a few these videos that the wibc webpage well what you will find coming up next is the best of today are wibc it's the up at it starts right now joey gas on the nike three wibc mescia.