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"lower east side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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01:40 min | Last month

"lower east side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Be right and she was dealt from the Rockets to the Wizards for John Wall and a first round draft pick. Marker in a 10 10 wins sports We have traffic in AC You other coming right up. A man was shot to death in the Bronx last night on the Grand Concourse at East 164 32 year old man taking the Lincoln Hospital, but they couldn't save him. There's no word yet on who shot him. Or why Wednesday's time 8 11 was promised traffic in transit on the ones Here's Karen Stewart. Well, we're going to the FDR again can avoid this mess. We've got North bound on the FDR between Wall Street and 20th Street Up 1/20. There's left lane accident Still not cleared. It is bumper to bumper on the Lower East Side. Meanwhile, if you're heading out into the Bronx, we are still very, very heavy. Over on the eastbound side of the cross Bronx Expressway coming off the inbound G W Bridge, which is now 15 to 20 at the tolls, by the way, heavy over the span out into Katonah Avenue with westbound delays to Cortona as well, the Deegan not bad at all. The South bound Bruckner is heavy from Rochdale. Excuse me make that Go Rochelle Avenue. See, I was right the first time out into the hunts. Point drawbridge. We've got roadwork out there on as we check what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. The Lincolns down to five or 10. The holidays 15. And again, the inbound George is at least a 20 to 25 minute delay. We're also dealing with westbound l a heavy traffic from the van Wyk out into Woodhaven Boulevard on Long Island. The westbound L A is heavy now getting into and through Exit 39 for Glen Cove Road. Alternate side of the street parking that effect and were sponsored by your local Lexus dealer. This year. Our driveways were a place to celebrate. Celebrate the season at the Lexus, December to remember sales event offer available now.

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New York City Schools May Close Again

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

02:35 min | 2 months ago

New York City Schools May Close Again

"Mayor de Blasio advising parents and teachers to plan for a potential school shut down in New York City. Yet Tin Chiu is really upset with the mayor's plan to close all the schools if the positivity rate hits 3%. Her daughter is in the fourth grade and attends a dual language public school on the Lower East Side. She has in person learning five days a week. My daughter is going to school every day right now from a 32 2, and if the mayor decided to shut down the school that's it for her and her school's been tested, and it's 100% negative. There are no positive cases and the parents of Children with autism said their Children regress every time they're forced to stay home. They insist their kids need daily instruction for simple life skills that they can't get at home. Carol do Yuria 10 10 wins and Foley Square governor. Cuomo says the city's decision should not hinge only on the 3% marker for test citywide, but should also consider the rate of positive results among test done specifically on school students and staffers. He stressed parents, he stressed. The parents and teachers should have a say and any change to the school closing standards. Quote has to be a collective decision. Some parents are saying more school closures won't be good for their Children's mental health with a rally in Manhattan's Foley Square this afternoon. Business owners in the states, also sounding the alarm about what's next. During a conference call this morning, Governor Cuomo discusses restrictions that went into effect Friday night in New York state, forcing Jim's bars and restaurants to close at 10 P.m.. Talks about what's driving the increase in infection rates nationwide. Still, our flights coming in from overseas where they have high infection rates we have surrounding states. That have higher infection rates. The governor warned that the situation will deteriorate as the holidays approach and cold weather keeps more people indoors as he's asking New Yorkers to refrain from traveling and gathering with family members. Governor met with neighboring governors this weekend to discuss covert 19 policies in New York out of 200,000 Cove. In 19 tests Thursday, 2.6% came back positive. Good news, says the governor. None of the one of the lowest rates in the country, the state of New York, But the bad news is, he says that the case is air rising around New York State, New Jersey hit a record number of new daily coronavirus cases today with a With 4395 positive test, the highest number of cases since early April. State officials also reported 26 additional deaths once news time 11 44 more of our top stories on the way next. It's time to

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Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (with Rock the Boat)

Model Majority Podcast

05:50 min | 2 months ago

Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou (with Rock the Boat)

"My name is Yulia new. I'm actually the Assembly member representing Lower Manhattan, which actually encompasses some very thing statue of Liberty Wall Street financial, district Battery Park City salary seep, or and of course, my favorite, which is like the lower east side Chinatown area, which I think everybody thinks. As new. York. So yeah. Proud of my district. Yeah. Well, I'm very proud of your district too because I live their. So you know, we always like to start off the podcast with going back in time and understanding who our guests are when they're little. So what was little you lean like parents brought me to the states when only six months old mom and dad were actually really amazing and brave and they were in their late twenties and they decided to immigrate to the United States with a thousand dollars in their pockets and sixty cases the baby can have to you know. On my dad decided that he was going to go to Moscow Idaho. Doing school at the University of Hide Ho in Moscow was willing to actually give my data package that would be able to bring over his young family. So yeah was able to get a dormitory for families that would allow him to be able to keep our family together, and so that's the decision that he made and I'm really glad that I wasn't just like left behind somewhere but I would only six months old when we came and then we moved around a lot to agent immigrant family was really in pursuit of my fathers education, my nurse, and so she was amazing and just kind of picked up and started up wherever my dad needed her to and yeah, that's like the strength of. This amazing woman that I call mom yeah I see. So many parallels between might Ernie in your journey my dad is the same. He got a scholarship at the University of Toledo Ohio similar to you my family and I have moved around to seven different states, and so I was looking at your bio and I notice that you lived in Idaho and Texas and. All these different states where there are very few Asians in those states. Like for you when we moved to Oregon I still remember just. Having, a small Asian American community around us because we were in a small town called Beaverton Oregon and there's a lot of actually Asian Americans there what you know like within the school I was obviously Asian kid and I just was. Very, lonely I got bullied a lot in school and when I was in. Elementary School on Texas I. still remember she used to bully me a lot like she pulled me into the CO closet and have all of my other classmates take turns spitting on me. There was a time when she likes to remind lunchbox bathroom and I was too afraid to. There, but she set the trash can on fire, lock me in, and then the sprinklers went off and John My. Gosh appeal right. That was whole thing. I didn't catch on fire but she ran out. Locked the door and I was so afraid that I actually paid by solve in a bathroom. Into things that were going on in Texas all the time and totally acceptable and I still remember how it was totally okay for somebody to just WANNA be up because. I actually read home to my mom and I was crying and telling her I had no friends and the she was so sad for me and I remember little calmer face because I kept saying like why I was blaming her I was like, why did you have to make me Chinese like why? Make Asian, and mom. So remember that day distinctly 'cause I was so angry at her way that. Now I can talk about a lot easier, but I just don't remember like her shock her her and like her inability to do anything to protect me right and. There was nothing that of course you could do and I. Still Remember her was to study harder because you know everybody likes people with good grades. The most Asian answer. I guess at what point were you able to sort of embrace Eurasian identity when I can't I didn't understand a lot of my parents are doing it like I understand why my dad you know put a break in the toilet or like. It was like, wow, people must. Like do weird things. But actually when was like an Enviro and he was making a low flow toilet, you know he was doing all kinds of stuff that was interesting like garden and I was like Oh. My Gosh like please stop gardening. Poor. Poor but I don't look like that. I remember being like very scared in a shame ole time and then when I started to see how that was so wrong and where my Internalizing all this stuff. Was it really kind of broke one of the things I remember the most was watching my mom study. And I remember crying a little bit because she studied and worked so hard all the time. She. Was a nurse for most of my life. She was just. Nurse. All the time and. She worked night shifts and she was also studying because I like all of her certificates and everything had to be redone he was very experienced in very qualified nursing. Taiwan. To recertify everything and. She start working towards for Masters to be able to do administration and things like that and so as I still remember she was pregnant with my brother and she was studying an issue going to work and doing all these things I just remember thinking like, wow like. I'm home is amazing.

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Sister of slain tech CEO Fahim Saleh speaks out

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Sister of slain tech CEO Fahim Saleh speaks out

"It was one month ago, the 33 year old tech entrepreneur Fahim Zola, was found murdered his body dismembered in his lower East Side apartment. His sister Ruby has written a lengthy essay about her brother on medium And she posted a video on her YouTube channel. My family and I are in such shock. And debilitating pain. Our beautiful boy was taken from us. And right now it doesn't feel like life can ever be joyful again. The victim's former personal assistant, stunned his boss with a Taser and then stabbed him multiple times. Authorities say the suspect had embezzled $90,000 from

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Bowery Boogie . Captain and Owners Arrested for Liberty Belle Booze Cruise

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

04:41 min | 5 months ago

Bowery Boogie . Captain and Owners Arrested for Liberty Belle Booze Cruise

"Thought I'd be done with this by now. It's month. Six of the pandemic, but everywhere you look, it's the same story with people of God. It's okay. Good Manhattan now Saturday night, 8 30 There's a river about in Manhattan called the Liberty Bell. Liberty Bell b e l l E. I used to have one of them here, didn't I guess? Well, the brilliant onus of the Liberty Bell, Ronnie Vargas and Alex Suazo thes two gentlemen. Ah, book. 170 guests for a wild party. No Mass, no social distancing. And what ended up happening was the word came out to the New York Police Department when they arrived at Pier 36 lower East side. The two owners were arrested for not not following the law. And I hope those guys are still behind bars today. Three days later Now what are they doing? Did the word not reached these two morons yet? Or did they cash whore with these 170 people with three months ago, they would die in By that you couldn't keep track of how many people died in the same city. What they don't What he had doubted your hobbies. Your stupid more. Adds 170. Payback. Think there's no payoff better? What do you think they're on a boat and there safe? I got one more outside says worse. This is that they're in a boat. The boat is this inside area. There's restrooms in about Shut down the fairy of Martha's try this thing. This one's not in a boat out. This is in a plane. Okay. Also over the weekend holiday trip, Amsterdam tto be za. The beat. Oh, yeah, that's a pillar of these. That's a party out is a part of you want to get on that boat, too Gentle bid to English passages out chugging Greg. A ce vodka kind of aria ever dated there with no idea they were chugging vodka, not wearing facemasks on a plane. Yeah, this plane This is 7 37 KLM Boeing 7 37 From my Amsterdam home of the red light district. While they're hookers wind up in the shop windows were going. You know what that is? They're headed. But these guys, this crew is heading to Abi's at the party. And what happened was they would not put on the mass, so a violent, incredible, highly Ah, viewable. I got some pictures there, but there's video of this. A massive brawl broke out, and people were throwing haymakers at the two vodka chugging English passengers. Wow, that this was complete Mayhem in the plane deal with these people who, like literally lose their minds over not wearing masks. Don't understand. I don't understand it, and I'm going to be honest with you. I'm not fully embracing and Abi's a vacation during a pandemic that also out keep keep keep keep. keep. Jones Jones went went to to a a visa visa with with his his daughters. daughters. Like Like a a couple couple of of years years ago. ago. My My daughter daughter goes goes every every year. year. It's It's extremely extremely expensive expensive while while they they rent rent the the big big beyond beyond the the big houses for like it, you get a whole bunch of people to rent a place. Message to the parties and to the moron emails who write to me with them. They won't stop. You're going to get more today. I'm still getting the stats on how this doesn't exist. All right, eh? My mom died. Maybe John Johnson's uncle? Yes, the well. It's a horrible story. When he's ready to tell. I love them to tell what happened because his his uncle Lau went from healthy to not alive. Quick in two hours, two days, all right. It's really And people innocent victims like that happen because you people too stupid to do the right thing. Sacrifice you morons. I hope they put every you know you guys that are running the gym and Velma. I hope you end up in jail, too, because you're stupid. That's why give me an amen And there's no cure for stupid. And

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Man Arrested In Gruesome Murder Of Tech CEO On New York's Lower East Side

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 6 months ago

Man Arrested In Gruesome Murder Of Tech CEO On New York's Lower East Side

"An arrest in the murder of an entrepreneur found decapitated and dismembered in his lower East side apartment this week. It didn't take long for cops to identify the victims former executive assistant as their suspect, 21 year old Tyreese passable Was taken into custody in the lobby of 1 72 Crosby Street and charged with second degree murder, according to NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, he says police identified hospital is the man seen following 33 year old Fahim Sela out of the elevator that opened directly into his apartment and attacking him with what appears to be a conductive. Energy weapon. Better known as a Taser. He's not saying how seller was killed, but a family member found his dismembered body in garbage bags there, and sources say it was before Haskell would come back to clean up as he planned using cleaning supplies purchase with the victim's credit card. Police say Haskell owed his former boss, a lot of money. Sources say it was more than 100 grand that he'd stolen from him while managing his finances. But rather than turn him in Cella had offered him a plan to repay the money. Sonia Rincon, 10 10 wins at police headquarters

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Personal assistant charged in dismembered tech CEO's killing

Mark Simone

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Personal assistant charged in dismembered tech CEO's killing

"The killing of a tech entrepreneur on the Lower East Side, Faheem's Ella was found dismembered this weekend's out his luxury apartment building, 21 year old personal assistant of the hymns allay expected to face murder charges, among other counts. The 33 year old tech CEO was found decapitated inside his luxury East House in ST Apartment building earlier this week. Surveillance video in the elevator of his building showed he was followed by a man wearing a ninja like Hood. Investigators have been looking at the possible motive being a business dispute and thousands of dollars likely stolen. Jennifer Bell

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Police Identify Fahim Saleh As Man Who Was Killed And Dismembered In His Lower East Side New York Luxury Apartment

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Police Identify Fahim Saleh As Man Who Was Killed And Dismembered In His Lower East Side New York Luxury Apartment

"Of a gruesome murder in a condo on the Lower East Side has been identified. Correspondent Julie Walker with details, says Fahim. Sally was found Tuesday afternoon by a relative who went to check on him. Inside his lower East Side Luxury Manhattan building, where apartment sell for more than $2 million. Police say they discovered his torso along with bags containing other body parts and an electric saw. They also have security video showing Sally exiting his elevator, which opens onto his apartment, followed by someone dressed in black, and it shows a struggle, according to a person familiar with the case. Sally was the CEO of Ride hailing motorcycle startup Kolkata that began operating in Nigeria two years ago.

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Fahim Saleh, Gokada Founder, Is Found Dismembered in New York Condo

AP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Fahim Saleh, Gokada Founder, Is Found Dismembered in New York Condo

"Says he's a gruesome discovery in New York. The dismembered and decapitated body of a 33 year old tech entrepreneur was found inside his condo, according to Release the NYPD, says Fahim Sally was found Tuesday afternoon by a relative who went to check on him inside his lower East Side Luxury Manhattan building, where apartment sell for more than $2 million. Police say they discovered his torso along with bags containing other body parts and an electric saw. They also have security video showing Sally exiting his elevator, which opens onto his apartment. Followed by someone dressed in black, and it shows a struggle. According to a person familiar with the case. Sally was the CEO of ride hailing motorcycle startup Okada that began operating in Nigeria two

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New York - Body Found In Plastic Bag On Roof Of Bronx McDonald’s

Mark Simone

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

New York - Body Found In Plastic Bag On Roof Of Bronx McDonald’s

"A dismembered body found inside a luxury apartment building on the lower East Side Surveillance video shows a man following 33 year old tech entrepreneur Fahim Salah, and then attacking them this morning, a body found wrapped in a plastic bag on the roof of a McDonald's in the Bronx. The discovery made about 6 a.m. East, 149

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Fahim Saleh, Gokada Founder, Is Found Dismembered in Manhattan Condo

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Fahim Saleh, Gokada Founder, Is Found Dismembered in Manhattan Condo

"Of the man whose dismembered body was found yesterday in a luxury condo on the Lower East Side. Friends identify. The man is tech entrepreneur Fahim Soleil, who was 33 years old. His dismembered body was discovered in an apartment on East House Ton Street. I saw still plugged into an electrical outlet was found nearby Soleil sister found his body after she went to check on him after not hearing from him for a day, Soleil founded a right hailing motorcycle startup. Called Kolkata. Police say no one has been arrested. Now

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Police Identify Dismembered Body Found Inside New York Condo

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Police Identify Dismembered Body Found Inside New York Condo

"In a luxury condo on the Lower East side Friends have identified the man is tech entrepreneur Fahim Soleil, who was 33 years old. His dismembered body was discovered in an apartment on east housed in an electric saw still plugged into an electrical outlet. Was found nearby Soleil sister found his body after she went to check on him after not hearing from him for a day Soleil founded a ride hailing motorcycle startup called Go, Kata. Police say no one has been arrested. WCBS news time now 705 A spike in Corona virus

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Decapitated, dismembered body found in Manhattan apartment

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Decapitated, dismembered body found in Manhattan apartment

"Grisly scene unfolded on the lower East side around 3 30 Tuesday afternoon. I'm a friend of the victim asked police to conduct a welfare check of the band's apartment at a building on East House in ST Inside, NYPD officers discovered a decapitated, dismembered man. A source tells the post. The victim's remains have been sorted in plastic bags next to a power saw. The 34 year old victim was last seen on surveillance footage shortly after 1 30 in the afternoon when he entered his building's elevator, which opened right out. He do his seventh floor apartment. Post quotes sources who say the footage appears to show the suspected killer carrying a bag waiting to enter the elevator with the victim. As soon as the victim steps out into his apartment, the suspect can be seen. Attacking him.

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"lower east side" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"lower east side" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"Won't live in the town that he grew up imagine if if he had grown up in Detroit. Needles Detroit me living in New York. That'd be wondering. What's really wrong with Detroit. LIFT CHICAGO OBAMA LEFT CHICAGO CHICAGO DIDN'T none on. Obama move to another city and became president carried out. Trump made up say. If. You ever wear the living now. Where do you think you're living now? They never made it issue of leaving Chicago. It was a natural progression that nobody thinks about trump. Lead an issue of IT I. Don't want be a New York. I don't WanNa. Live look. Obama when he left Chicago, he didn't say I'm abounding in Chicago. I don't want to be connected Chicago he didn't do anything like that. It's a natural progression that he was on. Trump made an issue of I'm the president and I will not living New York, anymore I think there's a difference. Assembled. I. Don't think it was a symbol at all. I think it was for most New Yorkers, blessing. Most people thought it was great good. Possession him. Nobody's. York several like you whether he's here. Not People didn't like John. Guardian he was here. That's just part of liking. Some people dislike it. That's just part of life. But when the when the person who's the most powerful person so called in the world says I won't live in that city anymore. I'm leaving it. I think that's a message content. Okay, let's disagree on that. But. New York is emptying out. I mean everybody over seventy leaves. York, because they because they moved to Florida so they can have their taxes, so they don't have to pay taxes, but he does that. How many young people you know, that are leaving New York. I know song. Do. I. Know a bunch of people that don't want to be here any not leaving Europe because of Donald Trump. I'm saying that's one ingredient. On you know? Maybe there's can ingredients. For the president, so the president is a symbol megyn nothing. Indoor math. A simple alright is a symbol of. Did they both form? No, do they? Did anybody hardly anybody? That's why he's leaving York Jacomb but the fact that he doesn't wear a mask. That's a symbol. Talking about symbols, symbols I mean you know. I'm I'm I'm saying a relationship to? I agree with you. It's not the biggest deal in the world that he that he left your as a New Yorker I found it kind of. An insult that the president himself would deny new. York was the right place to live anymore. That's an insult to me..

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"lower east side" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

Erratic Dispatches

03:55 min | 7 months ago

"lower east side" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches

"Free. They don't call themselves Socialists. Well, they're democratic. Surgeons parties. Love, those countries, okay that we're talking about a different take on eight Democratic Socialism. That's softening it out, and then you have to define what that is, but just coming in there as a socialist. Come in as a social, she gainers again, credit socialist. I never heard that never never heard him defend that. He did. Gave I missed it I in furthermore, furthermore, he was not running for the Socialist Party. Presidential nomination, he's running for the Democratic Party one anyone. Get a graphic wral? That's part of the problem of you don't know what that means. Because was citizens united. You can buy congressman you don't have to all of. This doesn't mean anything because if you WANNA, buy congressman. You just donate money to them. A million dollars alive congressman all at six. That's the point. Charles wanted to to know Do you know of any journalists who been like either arrested harass you know at the recent protests. Personally but I mean in fact, a lot of journal Samphan and trump started that when he started pointing him out in his rallies started. Basically saying that's the the enemies of the people all bag, the enemies of the people at news. You know that is giving the green light to attacking because if you're the enemy of the people in the people need to get rid of you being. What he's done outrageously, so I agree with you one hundred percent. But where are the people around him that defend? The journalists in their points of view. We're the. Around him there don't that's support. It's not under the democratic. Party I'm not a big fan of the demographic ardently, but they do support I mean there are members of Congress and elsewhere who denounce this? I mean he's not. Help get the guy out of jail, then he them gone out. Nationally supported him. Probably not they probably Boohoo and Congress, and that's it. Also gotTA. Be Make a proactive move. Needs Direct Action from that. They need to step up and say it was wrong to arrests. Person I support him for what it is. He's doing demand that he's out of jail now immediately and he faces no charge and he gets his press best. That are they doing that? Are they going to that step? No, it's only lip service. I don't I don't even know who you're talking about really but a you're in the congressman support that the they're against the fact that some of these journalists have been arrested. You agree. We have been right and they've been let go. So, it's not a big step for them to actually step in and do some direct action and say I'm GonNa work to get this person out of jail. I'm going to get them a lawyer. I'M GONNA. Make sure they get the press. Pass that they're not doing that. You have to do something. It can't be just lip service. Given editor who you're talking about. I mean each case. Okay let's go. Let's go back to the journalists. Give me a name. Somebody who support is journalists that were arrested at that think it's rock and your name. which journals America asks you. Do you know any journalists that have been arrested her harassed? And you said not personally but I. I I read about their mind about that right quadrant I said harassed thing. We hear about that all the time. I don't know exactly news, but I don't know. Unhappy. Resting we agree with that..

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Forgot your PPE? Mask vending machines are installed at New York's Suburban Station

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 7 months ago

Forgot your PPE? Mask vending machines are installed at New York's Suburban Station

"A a new new option option for for SEPTA SEPTA commuters commuters who who forget forget to to bring bring a a mask mask before before they they border. border. Maybe Maybe you you just just want want an an extra extra one. one. New New York York company company today's today's installing installing mask mask vending vending machines machines at suburban station. What will use Mike DiNardo reports? Forget your face covering Or maybe you just left it on the train pop. $3 into one of the four rapid mask to go vending machines going into suburban station today and you'll get an individually wrapped mask. Company founder David Edelman says the first machine went up in New York's lower East Side two months ago is a convenient option. It's right in front of you something you can Hey, it's a product you get on demand, and I think New Yorkers especially appreciate that, And I think the people of Philadelphia will well. The machines are being installed at suburban station today, just in time for more frequent regional rail schedules. This week, the machines dispense K and 95 masks as well as disinfectant, wipes and hand sanitizer. Edelmann says the K and 95 masks aren't medical grade, but adequate for general use. Edelmann says the company is also looking at expanding to other Philadelphia locations.

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Police Data Reveals Stark Racial Discrepancies in Social Distancing Enforcement Across New York City

All of It

09:32 min | 8 months ago

Police Data Reveals Stark Racial Discrepancies in Social Distancing Enforcement Across New York City

"But this pandemic has highlighted New York struggles with longstanding issues that are among the worst we face and that's what we're going to discuss today early this month over one gloriously beautiful weekend new Yorkers of all walks of life poured outside filling the city's parks hang out on sidewalks saying hello to friends and neighbors and not always standing six feet apart the images that emerge from that weekend were striking on social media they were pictures of a lawn and one New York City park credit with people mainly white folks who are not socially distance and there was a video of violent arrest of an African American man who went to the hospital because of injuries sustained during an incident by Monday of last week there were new calls to release the data on arrests made for social distancing violations and on Friday the NYPD did release the numbers and they show that eighty one percent of all the arrests were of African American and Latin next voters and your car's public average money Williams was one of those who call for the arrest and summons data to be released he joins us now to talk about policing in New York during a corona virus outbreak Jumanji welcome to all of it thanks for having me appreciate so the dad of the NYPD released last week was for all the rest since the stay at home orders were issued in mid March how long had you and community leaders been asking for the data on social distancing arrest to be released what we reached out to the mailbox seven weeks ago a soul mate six saying that the focus on arrests and summonses we're going to re exacerbate historic problems and we actually gave it a completely different plans that could be executed of course we got a list of all three weeks ago we thought well this data because we started getting all information are about there are desperate district important added value I figure that'll be that Bob when they first initially ignored us and one finally got the gala it was astonishing to me ninety two percent of arrests black and brown sixty percent black in Brooklyn forty people arrested thirty five a black for black America thank you mention to some of the rest was was pretty appalling to complement a ministration we actually got elected because they said they were gonna do police in different what had you advocated for then that early proposal well even if you go back two months ago one of the main problems that yes city in the state with the governor and the mayor never had a clear message to begin are we start using words like quarantine lockdown but they never did make will never have the government issue you want to call it Paul he's going detente think about it we were construction sites open liquor stores males walking around all day long so we had a muddled message to begin to the extent that we start trying to unify the message we said let's have a holistic community response and so make every city agency involved fire department EMT NYPD sanitation try to get into a ball this call messaging on their vehicles let's have automated messaging will maybe locals are after five found let's get the emergency broadcast involved with the pick on every TV station let's get the cure violence which all groups that deal with violence communities will credible messengers let's get the clergy ball so we can be unified education all these communities but that was rejected and instead what we saw was policing and Chelsea pier people having amassed if anything being if we disturb them at all and then another few minutes people being punched in the face and fall to the ground it was very appalling to reach the same communities that have been ravaged distantly by cold over nineteen to begin again by some of the same people who will focus on what when it came to police you are a vocal critic of stop and frisk policing which also targeted black and Latino voters and it applies here is also opposed how concerned are you about the echoes of stop and frisk here I have been here to be concerned about echoes of over policing and district police what I dealt with the abuse Mustafa question Christopher van but you know even though we can get this abuse of course system and check it doesn't do anything about the over policing happens to black and brown communities so whether it will stop question first obviously broken windows how we didn't social distancing the problem is policing in black and brown communities what public health and public safety meeting black and brown communities what kind of building in the principle of transparency meet indiscriminate this administration has more for in some ways when it comes to transparency and accountability they've actually gone backwards even worse and when Giuliani Bloomberg in certain aspects I must disappoint my guess is public advocate Germany Williams you know there was such outcry on social media and everywhere actually after a video was posted of a violent arrest in the Lower East Side of a of a gentleman Mr Wright who was hospitalized reply zero and usually characterized videos of violent arrest as isolated incidents but he started talk about the need for more consistent enforcement what is consistent enforcement look like to you well first we should start with we don't need to open a conversation with the force and that was the problem the government almost among many things that you probably need to enforce this and that is sadly the mayor didn't take us up on our offer a few weeks ago he seems to be revisiting that and so that click here we also want to make sure we were not using the terminology or mark a mystery like actually is like yours you know the frequency is very small and it's not normal because one we have to stop complaining frequency in normal everyone will tell you that the vast majority of these characters and very well that's a good shake but that doesn't mean that the small amount that doesn't involve that doesn't mean that it's not normal for it to happen in black and brown communities so that is still mobile even if it's the least frequent so we have to be clear about that stop telling people they're not experiencing what they're experiencing and so we want to make sure that before committing it's not the main tool but to the extent you have to involve them like Pete it should be equitable you should be doing the same type of policing in every community so it seems that we know how to police we're just not doing it in every community my guess is public advocates Imani Williams you call for the department of justice to open an investigation into the impact of the corona virus on communities of color what's your end goal with this why did you call for the investigation but I also want to just start out looking for presents Eric Adams in the park if we reached out to thirty five elected officials across the country are all experiencing disparity impact and we said one of the J. to investigate there's nobody left to getting off now we do know who runs your cable we're hoping that the lifelong investigators were there will take you seriously and there's no workplace is not happening then probably New York state in New York City we have quite literally among the worst impact on planet earth and that is not just because of the federal government because of bill the bald eagle and more importantly it because of a governor you calm so what many people see more TV every single day what they don't know what the decisions you're making or not making have been extremely harmful to New York state and New York City and that's why we're seeing among the worst on planet earth and that's why the disparity is there because we do not Christina you can act open up and actually we just never adapted even as we got the information coming before that you have there's one small change you could make or enact tomorrow that you think would have a a big impact what would that be what we have to be honest about where we are the mistakes that we made and dedicated resource and funding to those communities immediately the virus doesn't discriminate but our responses and policies do and they have we just have to acknowledge that so when we look at the budget with the governors have cut Medicaid and trying to cut them to handle it out more and you look at the city budget when the mayor is trying to cut every single you job that exists in the summer while leaving NYPD homeless we know what happened so we must have a Phil Simmons that's a hundred percent but we have to use all the tools that we have so we need the government to look at every rate options will people own luxury yachts and planes left little who acted look at and he has secondly we have to get the resources for testing and contact tracing do begin mentally particularly is committed to working order while making sure that the information on the contact rate you've never used for third party never use for anyone besides people who are how to follow HIPAA laws and we can assure people that will be used for anything else psychotic and eventually

New York
New York City To Expand Number Of Non-NYPD ‘Social Distancing Ambassadors’ To 2,300 Following Viral Videos Of Arrests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

New York City To Expand Number Of Non-NYPD ‘Social Distancing Ambassadors’ To 2,300 Following Viral Videos Of Arrests

"News new York's mayor has doubled the number of non police ambassadors follows reports of too many large crowds that were starting together police department data released Friday showed of the three hundred and seventy four social distancing summonses issued through the start of may eighty two percent were given to black and Hispanic people the last thing we want to see is enforcement if there's any other way to get the job done so now the one thousand nine police social distancing ambassadors will grow to twenty three hundred what we don't need is anything that goes beyond the proper enforcement of these rules into something else she also notes a viral video showing an NYPD arrest on the Lower East Side was a very troubling example of the wrong

New York Nypd
NYC to use more non-police 'ambassadors' to urge distancing

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

NYC to use more non-police 'ambassadors' to urge distancing

"Following an outcry over racial disparities in New York city's enforcement of social distancing the mayor more than doubles the ranks of non police ambassadors to urge the practice police department data released Friday showed up the three hundred and seventy four social distancing summonses issued through the start of may eighty two percent were given to black and Hispanic people the last thing we want to see is enforcement if there's any other way to get the job done so now the one thousand nine police social distancing ambassadors will grow to twenty three hundred what we don't need is anything that goes beyond the proper enforcement of these rules into something else he also notes a viral video showing an NYPD arrest on the Lower East Side was a very troubling example of the wrong approach Julie Walker in New York

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New York - Free meals to anyone who needs food

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

New York - Free meals to anyone who needs food

"The economic impact of the shutdown continues to send shockwaves through the boroughs the mayor says new Yorkers stressed by job loss and detachment can take advantage of free take home meals there are four hundred thirty four locations many at schools like PS one on the Lower East Side where people can pick up free food we're asking for students or students set with their parents to come earlier in the day seven thirty to eleven thirty we're asking adults who are alone to come later in the day eleven thirty to one thirty that's mayor de Blasio calling workers they are frontline heroes he says half a million new Yorkers are out of work and their need will

Mayor De Blasio
New York Mayor Deblasio says coronavirus cases may be reaching a plateau but urges continued social distancing

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:57 min | 10 months ago

New York Mayor Deblasio says coronavirus cases may be reaching a plateau but urges continued social distancing

"New there have been at least three thousand five hundred forty four deaths linked to corona virus in New York City eight hundred six deaths over the last twenty four hours mayor Blasio says despite indications the number of cases may be approaching a plateau high plateau New Yorkers must keep their guard up stay home and keep their distance NYPD FDNY sheriff's office buildings apartment you name it they've been out there constantly now for weeks hundreds of thousands of times they've gone to businesses they've gone up to everyday new Yorkers to do enforcement and what we're finding consistently as people do respond to enforcement if they're told breakup of their told spread out they do it with very very few exceptions the mayor says the pandemic he is taking a heavy toll on a number of fronts the number is staggering the initial projections least half a million new Yorkers are either already out of work or soon will be that is the kind of level of unemployment and economic distress the only comparison you can make for that is the Great Depression which scares me to death even say that hunger is a growing issue the mayor says the city is stepping up mayor de Blasio pulled down is blue face mask bandana as he spoke at PS one on the Lower East Side there are four hundred thirty four other sites around the city just like this where anyone can come get breakfast lunch dinner all three of the need for as many members of family as a need he estimates that half a million new Yorkers are unemployed and money is tight his honor was encouraged by the output and word that the need for ventilators for the critically ill did not increase I want to really make sure none of us in public life tell you we have turned a corner until we are absolutely certain we are not there yet he urges continued social distancing and remaining at home Juliet Papa ten ten

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"lower east side" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"I will be there with masking for trouble. Lauren Adams, very, very exciting also for those of you who cannot attend. Yes, there is a Nashville meet up happening now. I've been waiting to announce the location because I was given a little asked tickling with a feather that I could perhaps have a location, but they haven't emailed me back and I'm getting sick of waiting. So I'll make an official choice. This is where the national meet up. We'll be all New York City area. Honeys read this down. Okay. We're going to be meeting on Thursday, August twenty. Third, I say five thirty because I'm thinking between five and six when everybody starts punching that time card to quit for the day five thirty ish Thursday, the twenty. Third, we are meeting at the magician bar which is. In on the Lower East Side. I know him a bunk in it's an Lower East Side is on the Lower East Side. It's on riverton street. One eighteen riverton street, New York, New York, Lory side. The magician bar when Thursday, the twenty. Third at five thirty get excited, I will be in there. Apparently it's pretty empty. And if it sucks, we'll go somewhere else. But hey, that's where the meet up is all this information will also be on nationally dot com. Okay. This is a very exciting thing. You're about to hear a little fun, exciting spin on the Nashville theme song that a listener sent in. She sent this to me about a year ago if I'm being honest, but I kept forgetting this summit in. So I'm finally going to do it. You're going to hear a cover of the Nashville theme. Song sent all the way from Sweden by my friend and listener, Linda segued NAN and her husband Justice Bjork. So I want to say, talk to them. That's thanks. In Swedish. Thank you seemed a little too hard for me so I can say talk. Thank you for that. And Linda wanted me to plug her beauty, Instagram. I'm going to spell it because it's I can't pronounce it. It's at h. i. s. t. o. r. I s. k. s. k. o n h e t and I'll put this on national dot com to, okay, so shout out to Linda and Justice for this amazing cover of the national theme song. I'm absolutely honored and you're gonna love it. Okay. Lastly, I just met with a social media brand consulting. So.

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"lower east side" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"As I am crazy and not eating is not. It wasn't. It wasn't. It wasn't. I wasn't fighting the money with a family, pushing boarding school. I wasn't pussy that guy. That's the guy in the Lower East Side who used to meet me at house and street because he had to walk me to his house on Ludlow because that's how the Lower East Side. He grew up with no family. He grew up, they call them mighty Whitey in jail. He went to spa her. John grew up harder than anybody. I knew and John in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. Nine hundred ninety six thousand nine hundred eighty seven. When all none of you were born in the Lower East Side, Joe when the Lower East Side, when the expressed was a or adventurous, you go to avenue b your bold sear crazy and dear dead. John live down there. And I met people through John from Hells Angels to you name it who I mean everybody respected John and everybody knew what jumps capable. Yeah. John was real and John had. The true street cred like that accent and all that. He grew up for real John, had tattoos on his body in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. Judy didn't know anybody who had tattoos John Hubbard, and John would shredded built like a brick should and would wear overalls only and walk down the street and lower side and was a was a vegetarian was hurry Krishna at thirteen because that's all he had. So John John is a man with tremendous character. I love him. There's that's one of the best people I know people who know less people, they have the ability to quickly. Well, he didn't have a choice. So there's a difference you guys train and guys like that who grew up really grow up on the street. Yeah, really squatted and buildings really had no family really had I. Here's what I wanted to say this about them because it's important. I saw John when Jonah, no money. John would never take money like you could never lend John money. I don't care. Fuck how broke he was. I remember one time it was. It was the wintertime, John had no money, no money at all. And I said, what are you going to do? And he goes out, figure it out, and there was a guy there who was a homeless guy who John saw it was too cold and John had five dollars John the of that five dollars he really did, and he gave it to the guy and then John gave him his coat that's for real. Yeah. John game has coat in the wintertime because Jon didn't want us because he knew this homeless guy and John didn't want to see him called. I've seen that motherfucker give when it really counted. I've never done that in my life. So I, I'd never really hurt. I've given I give money, I give too, but I'd never get. I don't. I don't know who I am when I don't know who I am in those situations. I never given a thing. You didn't know you're going to be able to get back. Yeah, but I get it back. No, I've never given anything that cost me. I've never been in that position. I don't know who I am. He knows who he pulled the. I find fat people that have been to prison. And grew up really, really hard. The actually are some of the most empathetic people you'll ever meet in your entire lights. Right? They'll listen to the whole story like, well, he's in jail. Well, why? What happened? They wanna know it all because they know a lot of people that have put in situations out of their control and got caught up. You can get caught up. There are certain is. And what are you gonna do when you have no other choices. All of us like to look down on people that steal. But if you have nothing and no choices, you're gonna fucking do what you ever yet do. Yep. I mean, why I'm talking all starts John that I know are taking this laptop that monitors, mind, people look at you, extra extra monitor. Dare you and it's a big monitor here. I am. It's beautiful. I've always felt lucky. I've always felt very privileged in lucky. I also I'm John was always a reminder of how lucky and good I had it. Yeah, you need people in your life like that where you're like, like you did so..

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"You really think people want to know what it's like in prison aliev gore's who are you got all these tv shows new programs like a prison break orange is the new black latin you blow me know all the show but they all go by by they post is aimed at i'm serve until he never did no route two active in prison i really like there mommy we just live in life like everybody else armor larwood's relented serving a thirty one year to life sentence for attempted second degree robbery and he's the co host and coproducer of your hustle and that is niger poor she's a visual artists works with incarcerated main here as saying quinn as she's the coproducer and co host of air hustle see she brings a softer touch to the show thanks anton burqa that's antwun williams he serving a 15year sentence for armed robbery with a gun enhancement and he's the sound designer for air hustle i believe does going to die prison she was happy to be with me we all work together sided medialab sanguine prison what we produce hustle in it's all done inside the prison i mean the interviewing editing and sound design by heavily and that's really cool but it also a super challenging because we have limited hours we can worth we've got no internet access and we killed and we can talk to each other on the phone and on top of all that prison is never a quiet place soda okay.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"This week's episode is part of a special radio toby a wide project welcoming a new radio tokyo podcast to the family you're hustle which is coming soon cheers true stories of life in san quentin state prison told directly by in from the men living there the show one radio tokyo's pied quest contest last year begin at one thousand five hundred and three six other injuries from around the world in support of your hustle all route up your shows a release in episode in response to the theme doing time in our case we took it has doing time the place to make a claim of 'ownership be sure to subscribe to all the radio toopi shows is they interpret doing time i'm really excited to hear how all the other shows handle it in stay tuned through the credits of this show to hear a special extralong sneak preview of your hustle ninety nine percent invisible was produces week by delaney hall mix intact production by sharief yusef katie mingle is our senior producer per coal state is the digital director the rest of the production staff includes a breach of men and it this year old in me roman mars term as it is the office manager and sean rail composed original music for this episode longside music by malaysian an okay okumi thank you to dr in east are chess ski who provided us with oral history interviews with the lower eastside squatters this episode is based on her book called ours to lose when squatters became homeowners in new york city thanks also to alex vets who david author of the autonomous city thanks to paul durians oh for his tape of the topkin square park riots recorded for wb a eyes and wnyc per additional archival tape we are project of none 17 k l w in san francisco in produced on radio row in beautiful downtown oakland california.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"These objections provoke the biggest showdown yet between the city and the squatters in may of 1994 everybody was on edge and everybody was on the lookout and all i remember called me one night and they said okay this is like one hundred riot cuffs have arrived and they're like four blocks away in the number grew they was sending in a basically as maloney the police had brought a take repurpose from the korean war officers took up positions on the roofs of neighbouring buildings meanwhile squatters patrolled the neighborhood with walkietalkies reporting on the growing numbers of police bewildered bicycle frames to their fire escape so it would be impossible for police or firefighters to climb them they packed their staircases with rubble to make them impossible the poor tara on the street so police would have to march through it on their way to the buildings and you know again in a creative responses in china's after the building it is ups bucket at nobody's got a nobody's got a try company you know it's like it was it's it's vile that it's like hey you know you got guts wake up as buckets the police presence went on for months sealed off the ends of the block and required people to shell id before they let them threat still the squatters when we and i think that that expands an inconvenience and embarrassed man this part of our led the city to eventually decide that that this wasn't the way to go and they're going to have to find some other way to deal with the squatters there were left on the buildings.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"The squatters weren't just fighting the city in the streets they also began devising of legal strategy we had developed among ourselves the idea of adverse possession it's legal theory it's something you can use squatters love adverse possession law the details of the law very statebystate in new york it says that if you occupy a piece of property for ten years and the legal owner doesn't forced you out you can claim the legal title address russian is an interesting law because it seems to destablize some of the things that way say that we value about private property and and ownership namely that if you own a property you have a right to it and it's yours forever adverse possession means owners have certain responsibilities to if you abandon your property and leave it unused for long periods you risk losing it to successfully claim adverse possessions squatters would need to meet a number of conditions like proving they had lived in the buildings continuously for example some of the squatters were wary about getting tangled up with the legal system but others sought as their chance to gain ownership they hired a lawyer and started putting together a case the judge who had their claim found they were likely to make a successful case against the city and he granted them an injunction against addiction until the case was decided but before the case could be settled in court and in spite of the injunction the city of acted the residence of two of the buildings city inspectors said that they were in danger of collapse here's merrin novel a spokeswoman for the housing department from an archival interview the occupants of the five city on buildings on aged thirteen street are squatters and whether they've been there for five minutes five years or fifteen years the fact of the matter is they broke into vacant city owned buildings that were sealed.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"That brought a lot of the tensions around gender fixation and displacement and class in the neighborhood to ahead more than ever the city wanted of the squatters out of the neighboring loophole tuitions and even some other affordable housing activists accused the squatters of not playing by the rules and of occupying buildings that were badly needed by other low income residents who had deeper roots in the neighborhood hundreds and hundreds of families living doubled up tripled up and sentence but ruled up in substandard housing while these yuppie squatters are a stealing from the poor olli rehn taxfree this is an old interview from wnyc of a controversial city councillor named antonio pagon who represented the lorries side he was a housing developer turned politician in he emerges a particularly fierce critic of the squatters and this getting in the way of the development of our community by the community as criticism mounted the city began working harder to addict the squatters and in response the squatters began devising creative ways to resist addiction years wrigley again we had but we we had barricades in the house when that was the mentality that we were living with you know we always had signs can't let anyone in the house no eight be dino fire no no on it uh think that was one of things that came out of that period was this real sort of siege mentality and when the police did show up the squatters had developed a plan for how to quickly mobilise the eviction watch vision watch was a organization of squatters throughout the neighbor here's peter spagnolo in having your name on this telephone tree met that in the event you recall you would come to a squad to do what you could to oppose the squatters would physically block police from entering the building the link arms and stand from the door sometimes they defend the buildings from the inside throwing paint and garbage down on the police or buckets of urine sometimes they hide inside so the cops kuhn clear the building they would have little secret compartments in hiding places to go and now physically occupying the building was always the best strategy the city was always very quick and eager to demolish a squat but they couldn't demolish the squad with people inside third irit at least four things down.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"They would start what's called milking them this is dr emu store chessgame choosing apologised in an oral historian and she's conducted dozens of interviews with the lorries side squatters some of which you'll hear in the story star jackie says that when landlords quote unquote knelt their buildings they do all they could to extract maximum profit from them so they were trying to continue to collect rents but increase their profits by not spending any money on the building i they would stop providing services heat hot water stop making repairs they would also stop paying taxes the landlord's would basically make a financial calculation when the money coming in from rinse wasn't enough to cover the cost of a mortgage or property taxes some landlords would just walk away they'd stop maintaining the building and stop paying the taxes they owed when that happened the city could take possession of the building so as property values in new york city tanks and as more and more landlords walked away from their buildings the city ended up owning tens of thousands of properties that were in poor condition am fall of poor people and which hadn't been taken care of properly for a long time sebeih government was an immigrant position to take care of these buildings either it was in the middle of an economic crisis and the government had started cutting off services to some parts of the city it was an intentional strategy the cold it planned shrinkage so what that meant in practice awhile as the closing fire stations 'em in poor neighborhoods withdrawing services not making repairs on public infrastructure and so neighborhoods like the lower a side like the south bronx ended up largely depopulated and just full of abandoned um and burnedout buildings and vacant lots.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"You really think people want to know what it's like in prison of course you got all these tv shows new programs like a prison break orange is the new black people wanna know all the show but they all go by by the post is aimed at i'm serve until he never did no route two active in prison i really like there now we just living life like everybody else milan woods relented serving a thirty one year to life sentence for attempted second degree robbery and he's the co host and coproducer of your hustle and that is niger poor she's a visual artists works with incarcerated main here saying quinn as she's the coproducer and co host of air husky see brings a softer touch to the show crooks anton that's antoine williams he serving a fifteen year sentence for armed robbery with a gun enhancement and he's the sound designer for air hustle i believe does going to die prison she was happy to be with me we all work together saturday medialab sanguine prison what we producer hustle in it's all done inside the prison i mean the interviewing editing sound design by heavily and that's really cool but it also a super challenging because we have limited hours we can work we've got no internet access and we killed and we can talk to each other on the phone and on top of all that prison is never a quiet place soda and that's great attention he tell everyone what your hustling means it means being nosey and ease dropping and learning more about what actually happens inside prison you'll be here directly from the gaza during the time so we're going to be telling stories all kinds of stories that range from starting a family having pets misguided lordy fashion food cooking isolation sibling rivalry mommy daddy time we got a lot of ground to cover all of our first season we decided to kick off the season with a story that everybody can relate to finding somebody to live with.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"This week's episode is part of a special radio toby wide project welcoming a new radio tokyo podcast to the family your hustle coming soon cheers true stories of life in san quentin state prison told directly by in from the men living there the show one radio tokyo's piled quest contest last year began at one thousand five hundred and three six other injuries from around the world in support of your hustle all route shows a releasing episode in response to the theme doing time in our case we took it has doing time the place to make a claim of ownership be sure to subscribe to all the radio toopi shows is they interpret doing time i'm really excited to hear how all the other shows handle it in stay tuned through the credits of this show to hear a special extra long sneak preview of your hustle ninety nine percent invisible was produces week by delaney hall mix intact production by sharif yusef katie mingle is our senior producer per coal state is the digital director the rest of the production staff includes a breach of men and it this year old in me roman jewelers term as is the office manager and sean real composed original music for this episode longside music by malaysian and okay okumi thank you to dr in east are chess ski who provided us with oral history interviews with the lower eastside squatters this episode is based on her book called ours to lose when squatters became homeowners in new york city thanks also to alex who david author of the autonomous city thanks to paul durians zone for his tape of the topkin square park riots recorded for wb i and wnyc per additional archival tape we are project of ninety one point seven k l w in san francisco in produced on radio and beautiful downtown oakland california.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"These actions provoke the biggest showdown yet between the city and the squatters in may of nineteen ninety five everybody was on edge and everybody was on the lookout and all i remember called me one night and they said okay this is like one hundred riot cops have arrived and they're like four blocks away in the number grew they was sending in a basically as maloney the police had brought a take repurpose from the korean war officer took up positions on the roofs of neighbouring buildings meanwhile squatters patrolled the neighborhood with walkietalkies reporting on the growing numbers of police bewildered bicycle frames to their fire escape so it would be impossible for police or firefighters to climb them they packed their staircases with rubble to make them impossible before tara on the street so police would have to march through it on their way to the buildings and you know again in a creative responses in china's after the building it is ups bucket nobody's got nobody has got a try company you know it's like it was it's it's vile that it's like hey you know you got guts wake up as buckets the police presence went on for months sealed off the ends of the block and required people to shell id before they let them threat still the squatters when we and i think that that expense and inconvenience and embarrassment this part of the city to eventually decide that that this wasn't the way to go and they're going to have to find some other way to deal with the squatters were left on the buildings.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"The squatters weren't just fighting the city in the streets they also began devising of legal strategy we had developed among ourselves the idea of adverse possession it's legal theory it's something you can use squatters love adverse possession law the details of the law very statebystate in new york it says that if you occupy a piece of property for ten years and the legal owner doesn't forced you out you can claim the legal title address russian is an interesting law because it seems to destablize some of the things that we say that we value about private property and and ownership namely that if you own a property you have a right to it and it's yours forever adverse possession means owners have certain responsibilities to if you abandon your property and leave it unused for long periods you risk losing it to successfully claim adverse possessions squatters would need to meet a number of conditions like proving they had lived in the buildings continuously for example some of the squatters were wary about getting tangled up with the legal system but others saw it as their chance to gain ownership they hired a lawyer and started putting together a case the judge who had their claim found they were likely to make a successful case against the city and he granted them an injunction against addiction until the case was decided but before the case could be settled in court and in spite of the injunction the city of acted the residence of two of the buildings city inspectors said that they were in danger of collapse here's mira novel a spokeswoman for the housing department from an archival interview the occupants of the five city on buildings are aged thirteen street are squatters and whether they've been there for five minutes five years or fifteen years the fact of the matter is they broke into vacant cityowned buildings that were sealed.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"That brought a lot of the tensions around gender fixation and displacement and class in the neighborhood to ahead more than ever the city one of the squatters out of the neighboring loophole tuitions and even some other affordable housing activists accused the squatters of not playing by the rules in occupied buildings that were badly needed by other lowincome residents who had deeper roots in the neighborhood hundreds and hundreds of families living doubled up tripled up and sentence but ruled up in substandard housing while these yuppie squatters are stealing from the poor olli rehn taxfree this is an old interview from wnyc of a controversial city councillor named antonio pagon who represented the lorries side he was a housing developer turned politician in he emerges a particularly fierce critic of the squatters and this getting in the way of the development of our community by the community as criticism mounted the city began working harder to addict the squatters and in response the squatters began devising creative ways to resist addiction years wrigley again we had but we we have barricades in the house when that was the mentality that we were living with we always had signs you can't let anyone in the house no eight be dinner fire no no on it uh think that was one of things that came out of that period was this real sort of siege mentality and when the police did show up the squatters had developed a plan for how to quickly mobilise the eviction watch vision watch was a organization of squatters throughout the neighborhood here's peter spagnolo in having your name on this telephone tree met that in the event you recall you would come to a squad to do what you could to oppose the squatters would physically block police from entering the building the link arms and stand from the door sometimes they defend the buildings from the inside throwing paint and garbage and the police or buckets of urine sometimes they hide inside so the cops could clear the building they would have little secret compartments in hiding places to go and physically occupying the building was always the best strategy the city was always very quick and eager to demolish a squat but they couldn't demolish the squad with people inside third it at least four things down.

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"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"lower east side" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"They would start what's called milking them this is dr emu store chessgame tuesday apologised in an oral historian and she's conducted dozens of interviews with the lorries side squatters some of which you'll hear in the story star jackie says that when landlords quote unquote note their buildings they do all they could to extract maximum profit from them so they were trying to continue to collect rents but increase their profits by not spending any money on the building i they would stop providing services heat hot water start making repairs they would also stop paying taxes the landlords would basically make a financial calculation when the money coming in from rinse wasn't enough to cover the cost of a mortgage or property taxes some landlords would just walk away they stop maintaining the building and stop paying the taxes they showed when that happened the city could take possession of the building so as property values in new york city tanks and as more and more landlords walked away from their buildings the city ended up owning tens of thousands of properties that were in poor condition am fall of poor people and which hadn't been taking care of properly for a long time the government was an immigrant position to take care of these buildings either it was in the middle of an economic crisis and the government had started cutting off services to some parts of the city it was an intentional strategy the cold it planned shrinkage so what that meant in practice was closing fire stations 'em in poor neighborhoods withdrawing services not making repairs on public infrastructure and so neighborhoods like the lower a side like the south bronx ended up largely depopulated and just full of abandoned um and burnedout buildings and vacant lots.

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