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"marc chagall" Discussed on When in Spain
"Into the mediterranean. Really something very special them are so just outside. The old medieval parts just walked up a little cobley slope with restaurants and bars and he reached the top. You reach an access We steps down to a tiny little beach. Now toss it amounts really got three beaches One of them there is tucked away. Chad this cul and to get to it. You have to hit up alongside the medieval ramparts these towers. In fact i'm standing next to a noun court toray cordola deal or may not excuse my Cantillon pronounciation and as you step up next to the time where you see lovely fantastic view down onto the small beach. People This morning but it's not absolutely can't miss it's very small. It's about fifty meters long. Surrounded by steep cliffs and dominated by this tower and the circular tower was the largest of the town's existing towers. obviously to strategically. This was very important because you had perfect view an ex viewpoint from which to watch and control boats coming in from the south curious thing about that. I like and i remember doing this. When i was a kid when i came here. My parents is as you walk out for new data down to the to the beach. You can probably hear many wins cop. There's a hole in the ramparts as a hole in the medieval wall. I probably only about four feet told and probably about three feet white and it's strange because you see people ducking out of this hole in the wall and you just expect it to be nothing really when you managed to the other side of the wall. You're faced with this beautiful little medieval square. Just going through it now into the little square. Which takes you out next to the municipal museum which the data and it says here on the wall. The feudal mayor's mansion home to the celestial violinist a painting by the famous belarussian artist. Marc chagall Says the town's feudal man on behalf of tosses feudal lords. The abbot of ripley lived here and had collection writes the building kathy restored and dates to the first half of the sixteenth century and his house. The municipal museum since one thousand nine hundred thirty five got inside. Archaeological finds mosaics from the roman village of ama- cheers and an important collection of a catalan european artists. Who visited toss it throughout the twentieth century. But more interesting for me than that is is beautiful. Couple squarely stepped out into with a palm tree middle. Lots of flowers and then overlooking this little square is a beautiful taffeta covered with his blue Climbing plan to flower chord with steadier. Which i'm so many of you will be familiar with completely covering shading the taffer loves lush. Cactuses and succulent geraniums meager is last set. I john sale for sale. Lord he lesabre viga. That's a little quote from joseph platt. Who was a catalan journalist and author. And that is catalan. Saying the best of toss is it's light it's perfume its color and its life is beautiful. Tyrod sign with the pla looking out to sea and look across to the medieval fortress continuing our little stroll up through medieval part of the town. Now inside the media walls and he's little streets quite steep streets aligned with little cottages natural Stone hundred golden grey granite really. Well looked after the used to be. Fisherman cottages homes to various artisans now many of them have been turned into little gift shops boutiques restaurants. Just walking a little little square. If you people sitting out about midday we were here last night. there was much busier. Its actually lovely to come in the Early afternoon and it not be swarming with people whose beautiful violet purple and red burgum via plants growing up. All of the little stone cottages here is very picturesque and just looking across his his tiny little windows with typical pots of bright red geranium flowers in them and just as i looked down this tiny little street towards the horizon. I can see the. And i can see about carving white line across the sea and the distance as it leaves wake and a little yacht. It's really a delic view. Really really beautiful nice breeze blowing as reach the top of the hill we come out again into a square on one side lined with pine trees and then on the other side of the square takes us to kind of viewpoint. Balcony looks out across the hall of famer so you can see the main beach of the town quite white beach one hundred meters long. It's not a huge beach and then you have another beach. Further around the cove say tomorrow's are is faces out onto a babe but it's a very small debates almost almost like a big cove really. It's not by no means huge expanses of beach broken up by rocks and then you have a a third beach As well as much much smaller than these rocks take us out into the sea lows and lows of little boats. Moored up in the bay Out in the c not more up right next to the beach. But they're all dotted about punctuating. The bay bloom. why and then. Also from where we're standing now we can see To more of the towers on the ramparts inland across the city and his aloke across the city. As i am now it's that kind of patchwork of brown and golden terra. Cotta roofs whitewashed buildings. Granite buildings goad. We can see The the town's church poking out from the middle with a broad facade and around rose window a little plug on it which is saying twenty five twelve and And then the beautiful thing about the topography of tossed the damara many of these Towns along the cost of is that behind. The town's rolling hills. I suppose i would say Covered in pine trees very green every so often little villas and houses dotted Throughout the hillsides as well a little bit of cloud coming in off the sea just touching the peaks of some of the hills and just next to the balcony is a statue off curiously. Ava gardner on the square is actually latter day. Ava gardner so why is there. Starts you off. Ava gardner damar. Well it says. In a peak of jealousy famous singer frank sinatra gardeners. The time crossed the atlantic to be with her. So hollywood landed right here in tulsa in nineteen fifty two film the movie pandora and the flying dutchman directed by albert lewin and starring forgotten it of course james mason and the bullfighter mario kabri shooting the movie here as well. As the presence of hollywood superstars put tulsa on the map and the year of the movie's premiere which is in nine hundred. Fifty one is widely considered the year that sparks the tourism boom in tulsa and indeed a good part of because brother and because this film which starred edna how toss on the tourist map i guess in the nineteen fifties the town on it the actress with a bronze statue which is by an artist from girona called ceo abbey and it was put up here in one thousand nine hundred eight. Look at a better. The.
"marc chagall" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"marc chagall" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica
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"marc chagall" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"By the way, you laugh, you laugh. I'm serious in 10 Years Will you be allowed to say on the public airwaves a religious holiday in the United States? Pulses. Yes, I'll say no. I'm always a pessimist with regard to Once these things get set in motion. At some point, when does it become? Consider discriminatory, A hate crime and so on. A lot of this stuff can be imposed by executive order. Biden's gonna have control of the FCC Eventually, that won't happen right away. Trump, in fact, just put his guy Ed You could see these things just moving fat, only the things that have already happened. Would you have thought January of this year that any of the things that we have done to our country would have occurred by December of this year. You thought the government could just close down business is the government could make people put masks on the government could Shut the schools down for a year. The government would then shut down private schools. Churches. Just look, just look at all of this. I I you know, as it is, nobody in the media will say the word Christmas at all. How long before you know That's the other thing? If they actually banned you from saying it in the media, it would only apply to like four conservative talk show host in America. Everybody else's Stop saying the word anyway. It would just It would just shut me up. Will I still be on the air in 10 years? Paul says Yes. Well, if I then that I'd be one of the guys they shut up by. Whoever my replacement is he'll probably have rolled over and caved in by that point. Who will that be? O'Donnell? Do you think he gave it on that? He would never cave it on that. Oh, I don't know what What if they? What if they said Dad, You have to stop saying this several fire you You say be fired home. Really? You, are you? You put more of a backbone and O'Donnell that I would've thought you would've you would've put in there. Yeah, But don't you rethink that that the lack of a backboard is a general problem with those of us on the conservative side? Let me complete the point that I was making. We're three days away from Let's all say it while we still can. Christmas that'll be the thing like every time I say that they're like how they'll put it a buzzer or I have to go shock therapy. Although throw like battery acid in, you know, in inside my wounds. Paul said. He said it to a cashier and he looked. She looked at it like how old was the cashier? 30. Well, that's right in the wheelhouse of the people, cultural eyes, not to say it. I have greater hope for saying it to somebody who's 18 35 disease Probably are a lost cause. But we don't know yet because they're just emerging that just breaking their like the egg. You crack, you know, coming out of the shell. I know, but I'm just saying as a grope, whereas the millennials they're just an utter lost cause They've been cultural ized into, you know, and again when I say this about the Millennials, As I've explained, it's not the millennials fault that the millennials are with the millennials are. It's my generation's fault. It's the baby boomers. We created them. I mean, let's imagine I paid it a terrible painting. I agree. It always is something that It makes Marc Chagall a coherent if you catch the catch the aircraft for average, just throws of glop up there and put it up there. Who's fault. Is that the painting or may? I mean the painting had no real choice. I threw the thing You don't blame the canvas. We made them. We turned them into what they are. Will you let me get to my point? Actually, it's me that's stopping you from getting to my point. What if I just like smack myself around here? What do they call that the people that The mental problem. We're used to self. What is that? Not fragile ation. Take a self abuse of people that, like cut themselves that all of that stuff Johnny Johnny Cash Side did a song about that toward the end when not T bone Burnett. The other guy produced that album that was really good few years before he died. Have that somewhere, but I don't remember what that what is Should I just finish the story about Christmas to get onto that? So let's imagine it's Christmas. And let's imagine. You're hoping to get two or three things for Christmas. Whatever they are. What are you hoping to get for Christmas this year? You actually know what you're gonna get. You don't go out. Well, that's good. Well, the you know, you say, don't get my chatty when you all right? Is the ready and you actually want to get Clothes. You want to get close You wanted. What kind of clothes do you want to get? No more plaid shirts that we're putting an end of that. Are they out yet? You know what they come and go with the plaid shirts that you were wearing it because you claim your wife said that they were back in, but that's the you know, except we in Wisconsin. We're always 18 months behind that, By the time we find out something is and that means it's already out. It's like when you see these guys were in the ascots. But the time some goop in Wisconsin, where the Ascot the people in New York of Long since moved on. You don't even answer the question about what you want for Christmas that allows me to continue the story. Shoes. All right, fine shoes. Let this boring answer shoes. That's the thing that he says he wants for Christmas. He wants his shoes, So let's imagine you get your shoes. Oh, flipping your cart wheels. The old man has shoes. What next? A pipe you got, What? You want a pipe and just sit in front of, you know a sit in front of the fireplace and smoke a pipe wearing your stupid shoes is that which is what it's come to? Yeah. All right, You get your shoes and so on. You don't really care if.
"marc chagall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To new sounds this programme and coming from our annual Siri's of new sounds live events, with the ecstatic music festival taking place each spring. At Merkin Concert Hall. This is from the 2018 Siri's On the evening of April. 26th Margaret Langton did a heroic Siri's of performances a whole evening of music. For prepared piano amplified piano toy piano, and we're in the midst now of a work written for her by George Crumb, the veteran American composer. The New York premiere of his Metamorphosis. Ease book 1 10 fantasy pieces after celebrated paintings for amplified piano, toy piano, auxiliary percussion and voice. You'll hear Margaret's voice pretty clearly in this next piece. It's called Wheat Field with crows after the Vincent van Gogh painting of that name and Yes, she is called upon to make crow sounds will follow that with Marc Chagall's the fiddler and then knock Turn Blue and gold by James McNeill Whistler. Music from George Crumb, played by Margaret Langton Live at Merkin Hall. From our new sounds. Live concert, Syria's at Merkin Hall that his pianist Margaret Langton, playing three more actually form or of the metamorphosis, Ease book one written.
"marc chagall" Discussed on Podcast 42
"The FISHBOWL. I see that but for the love of God why? Because he always has to be busy? Chris why don't you just learn how to relax marked? Amer laxed when I'm busy I can't relax doing nothing. That's weird. That's. The part that weird. So why does the fishbowl have moving gears and spinney things and steam punk looking smoke whistles on it you it. Reminds me of Franken. Berry what are smoke whistles you? Right there. Looks like a whistle, but smoke is coming out of it like in the old cartoons dude. Okay I see that now. You are good tutor. I don't know whether to tell you or just kind of let it happen. Tell us. All. Right. Then let's play a day and go with the minority. Oh which means what let's start with fishbowl facts fishbowl facts. And see what happens. Faith fishbowl fact number one. Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety TV series based on the film began to air on NBC, which can now be viewed in its entirety on Youtube by the way. With Charlie schlatter replacing Matthew in the title role due to the poor ratings, it was canceled during his first season doing show Parker Lewis can't lose was a spiritual successor in some way was the real TV adaption fishbowl fact number two, Ben Stein was an economics professor was originally set to speak headlines off camera, but his voice made the room while he's told signs at just lecture about something he knew a lot about work. So Stein. Talk a bit about economics is Hughes filmed it. The only part of signed seen that was scripted was. When he took attendance fishbowl fact number three, Richardson one of the parking lot attendance was the original drummer in Sonic Youth. fishbowl fact number four huge crash actual von Steuben. Day Parade to shoot the parade scenes. They entered a float into the annual procession downtown Chicago but didn't inform parade officials or judges what they were planning on doing aboard Jennifer Gray Donda Wig. So she could be in the crowd and part of the fun noticed Broderick struggled with choreography because of a knee injury fishbowl fact number five I was afraid I was gonNA. Get this one. Love what he says that. Among the noble works featured in the museum seen our Sunday afternoon on the island of Legrand. Herat. which is probably not how you say that by George Surat eighteen eighty four during which cameras struggles to find his identity in the face of one of the children and the painting. And Amanda Windows Marc Chagall nineteen seventy seven in front of which Ferris and slow and have a romantic moment Alex. chagall does that Stevens chagall fishbowl fact number six, various dad lyman moored, and mom Cindy Pickett got married in Nineteen eighty-six. After meeting onset they had two children split years later in nineteen ninety, two fishbowl fact number seven on October first two, thousand eleven Wrigley. Field celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary the film by showing it on three giant screens on the Infield fishbowl fact number eight, doe close was founder Modern Improv, and taught the craft almost every comedic actor out of second city in the seventies and eighties close portrayed the English teacher and delivered the classic line in what way to a class full board kids weren't you there for that? Being bored kid no or second city so I consider like in the seventies and eighties. Yeah I'm also a time traveler. Speaking.
"marc chagall" Discussed on WTOP
"Lab like I'll bring it to you and you don't really have to do any work to show up and be ready for fun for a small fee a live you will conductor Sperimentale showing for example how he changes the colors of slime and there is another one where I can make a hovercraft with just a CD in a balloon and I can teach them why it works a smart teenager engaging the little ones with science experiments this summer during the pandemic taking only on WTOP news a pair of local museums will re open their doors Monday morning the international spy museum and the museum of the Bible the two private museums will open their doors to visitors for the first time in more than three months is DC enters phase two of re opening under the city's phase two guidelines museums and galleries can re open with limited capacity and physical distancing measures in place what about the Smithsonian museums a spokesperson says first open will be the national zoo in two of our house the center probably sometime in July but not before the fourth from there the other museums will follow meantime the outdoor sculpture garden near the National Gallery and Hirshhorn museum re opens this weekend there's something special about seeing Marc Chagall stone and glass mosaic panel in the afternoon sunshine not to mention the shimmering stainless steel forty and the rather dated giant typewriter eraser thankfully you can wander around them again the sculpture garden will be open from eleven to four and you can even pack a picnic lunch to dine around the artwork but face coverings are required and there's a limit on crowd size for social distancing if you're buying food at the pavilion cafe credit card only the water fountains won't be working so bring your own bottle and stay home if you're sick Hilary Howard WTOP news coming up in money news gains for the week on Wall Street photo intervening chamar.
"marc chagall" Discussed on WTOP
"Researchers find being lonely increases the likelihood of starting smoking the number of cigarettes smoked daily and decreases the likelihood of being able to quit that's correspondent Nancy chan the research shows more than two million people across the UK are smoking more than they were before covert nineteen lockdowns the team also investigated the relationship between loneliness and alcohol use and found no clear evidence for a causal relationship there there is a new way now to treat kids with a common disorder the U. S. food and drug administration has approved a video game for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children it's the first time the FDA has approved a digital therapy for improving ADHD symptoms the game is called endeavor are ex it's built by Boston based the Killie interactive labs the game which requires a prescription can improve attention function it's designed for children ages eight to twelve with certain symptoms of ADHD hi Mike Crossey up a step now toward expanding Arlington National Cemetery the justice department will be using eminent domain powers to acquire nine acres of land south of the cemetery adding fifty thousand spaces as part of an expansion plan the land is currently owned by Arlington county it's on occupied with the exception of several roads traffic would have to be re routed on Columbia pike the project would also connect the Air Force memorial site into the Arlington cemetery campus for years army leaders have said that without major changes burials would have to stop within the next two decades well if you like taking an art alfresco you're gonna love this the outdoor sculpture garden near the National Gallery and Hirshhorn museum re opens this weekend there's something special about seeing Marc Chagall's stone and glass mosaic panel in the afternoon sunshine not to mention the shimmering stainless steel forty and the rather dated giant typewriter eraser thankfully you can wander around them again starting Saturday the sculpture garden will be open from eleven to four and you can even pack a picnic lunch to dine around the artwork but face coverings are required and there's a limit on crowd size for social distancing if you're buying food at the pavilion cafe credit card only the water fountains won't be working so bring your own bottle and stay home if you're sick Hilary Howard WTOP news well who would ever expect to see a sixty five pound snapping turtle lumbering around their neighborhood well that's exactly what happened last week in Alexandria the Virginia department of game and inland fisheries got a call from Fairfax animal control about the giant turtle who has since been named lord Fairfax it's suspected that he's a former Pat they got too big for his owner to take care of and was released lord Fairfax has now been given to the Virginia zoo in Norfolk where he may become part of a new exhibit we've got pictures of the turtle at WTOP dot com scientists in Britain have managed to decode the language of honeybees there the sound of summer but only a few beekeepers leaning close to their hives as swarming season approaches have ever heard this they'll definitely.
"marc chagall" Discussed on WTOP
"It's brought to you by new look home design no interest and no payments for six months after installation eight twenty two and a string of violent incidents on the Ocean City boardwalk has prompted that city's mayor to hire more police officers they'll patrol the boardwalk and all throughout the town they will be there to strictly yet professionally force the law the kind of behavior we see recently will not be tolerated an arrest will be made that's Ocean City police chief Ross Perot later residents and business owners spoke out at a town council meeting sharing their concerns and asking for more action mayor Rick me and said the chief wants to hire ten more year round police officers you know what it's time to grant the police chief's request a make calls for a curfew on the boardwalk the mayor said the town should consider putting one in place next year Michelle Basch WTOP news the justice department will use eminent domain powers to acquire nine acres of land south of Arlington National Cemetery to add fifty thousand spaces as part of a massive expansion plan the land in question is currently owned by Arlington county now it's on occupied with the exception of several roads so according to the planet traffic is going to be rerouted including on Columbia pike and for years army leaders have said that without major changes burials would cease within the next two decades that project is also going to connect the Air Force memorial sites into the Arlington seminarians as cemetery campus well if you like it taking in arts alfresco you're gonna love this one the outdoor sculpture garden near the National Gallery in her shower museum re opens this weekend is something special about seeing Marc Chagall stone and glass mosaic panel in the afternoon sunshine not to mention the shimmering stainless steel three and the rather dated giant typewriter eraser thankfully you can wander around them again starting Saturday the sculpture garden will be open from eleven to four and you can even pack a picnic lunch to dine around the artwork but face coverings are required and there's a limit on crowd size for social distancing if you're buying food at the pavilion cafe credit card only the water fountains won't be working so bring your own bottle and stay home if you're sick Hilary Howard WTOP news T. mobile customers unable to make phone calls or access the internet yesterday and people using other carriers were able to contact someone with T. mobile service well the company says it was not a denial of service attack which was the subject of speculation online it was an I. P. traffic related issue service was restored early this morning in money news what's behind the euphoria on the futures market right now eight twenty four in these unpredictable times one thing you can always count on his name the federal credit union our dedication to our members and employees has been going strong since nineteen thirty three and we are here today with the services you need to keep yourself financially steady going navy federal dot org to find out about auto loans credit cards and savings accounts there are a lot.
"marc chagall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Learn more about my work W. W. Grainger hound dog for you're listening to twenty first century the doctors a horror run amok wonderful pioneers now on the other side helping us with all the angels to realize what I like with Dr Larry Dossey said about our guest book Stephen G. post is the author of it Dawsey said above all this book indicates the kind of awareness that is required if we are to survive the challenges we face as a species the awareness of our connectivity and unity with all else the knowledge that our world is sacred holy and worth saving beautifully said god and love on route eighty is the title of the book and I really highly recommend it's a beautiful journey and a real reminder of what is holy and sacred in each one of us and why we all matter so coming back to some of the things that you've done in the world that are really have helped so many thousands of people Stephen is he founded the unlimited love institute talked us a bit about this institute what you do and why it's been so important well I have to attribute some of this to a wonderful mentor by the name of Sir John Templeton who ho yeah an investor and philanthropist and and I had known him actually since about nineteen ninety when Larry Dossey and and I answered John briefly encountered one another at a conference outside of Dulles airport in Washington it was on spirituality in health and then Larry had dinner with Sir John and Sir John supported one of Larry's early conferences on this theme of the one mind so Sir John was a very open minded man and we just got along so well and one day I was sitting in my office at case western medical school it was it was the summer of two thousand and I got a fax from Sir John and it said Steven we need to study the most incredible asset of love in the universe and he said not just human love because it's kind of unreliable and my pick and it reverses itself and you couldn't can be unwise but really the experience of a higher level of a divine love in the universe and how that transforms us and makes us able to do things that we otherwise couldn't do so I faxed back Sir John what should we call it and his response was well let's call the institute for research on unlimited love and then I thought about so here I am in a Medical Center there's a lot of hard core scientists most of whom take a materialistic metaphysic of nature and and and and so I thought I had a little moment of trepidation although I shouldn't have and I faxed back to Sir John Sir John Major who she called the institute for creative altruism because that's a nice sunny you know so much of a challenge and he faxed back no I think unlimited love up to eight point nine million dollars and so I think I did what you would have done I faxed back Sir John I love that language it jumps right off what a great idea but he was so correct because suddenly I was interacting with pastor Otis moss a great mentor Oprah who ran it institutional Baptist church in Cleveland and all these wonderful people Matthieu Ricard and all the spiritual people really embrace the language of love they wanted the science they wanted the love to and so it really worked out and we were able to fund a lot of programs we had conferences will one with people coming from forty countries over a thousand people scientists and then spiritual practitioners we had a conference at MIT where John von yea came and stenting Cicely Saunders incredible exemplars of this sort of behaviour who were deeply spiritually motivated and and and this has worked out really well and I've enjoyed it but it's not my day job is working in medical schools and teaching communication skills and and medical humanism and trying to get the healthcare future more in line with compassion and love but but my institute is a separate entity and it's it's it's the love of my life know what it would have blessing for the world and as you and many others have proven that there is a link and that's why your writings are so important that there is a link between let's just call it longevity and volunteering that really there is a physiological reality and benefit to giving selflessly yeah absolutely in fact you know we we funded and we we conducted a lot a lot of the early research on this topic so I came out with the book with a very nice popular science writer helping me named Jill me mark and it's called why good things happen to good people how to live a happier healthier and longer life through the simple act of giving and all you know if this is being utilized so well now you find that that volunteering is being recommended in adolescent psychiatric clinics because a lot of these young guys you know they they're they're so empty on the inside and that's why they're doing some of the terrible horrendous things they're doing they're they're living on the edge so so we want them to be involved in in meaningful activities this is being operationalized in geriatric clinics where older adults tend to live longer and they're shielded from depression if they're actually involved in helping and contributing in in neighborhoods that's why you see so many of these programs in assisted living centers in in in in mended hearts organizations where people who have had heart surgery help new patients who were really anxious about what they're undergoing in a a of course the twelve step which we've written a lot about is helping others with your difficulty so this is I think that in general benefits people and that makes them feel more resilient it makes them feel happier it makes them sleep better they expressed that they have deeper friendships so when you get right down to it if you follow the positive golden rule you know do want others contribute to the lives of others and don't just focus on the self and the problems of the self you know you're not losing yourself you're actually gaining a deeper self Sir John used to say in the giving of self lies the onslaught for discovery of a deeper self very true it's very true you know in in the western mystery tradition of course services one of the primary pillars of the teachings and in you know when you go back to Marc Chagall who we both her fans of your life has been touched in a much more profound way than my own but as a student of the hassidic mysteries it's all about giving and that were in the way it said in in the Jewish teachings in the mission of those that were not born for ourselves alone were born for the world and when we kind of get out of our way to get out of the lower ego and reach for the divinity outside of ourselves we are able then to engage in the divinity within ourselves very much we have to get in touch with our being as they say that's the source of these higher emotions of forgiveness in difficult times compassion all of these things spirituality even intense creativity I love the story of of the Indian mathematician who was receiving these incredible formulas as he was praying at the foot of his guys this is Raman knew John and his notebooks which he would right after he would put these printings in the dirt next to him with his finger they are at the center of Trinity College Cambridge the end there the the baseline of quantum physics and so I was asking Paul Davies and and others who have been at Trinity about this and and absolutely I mean he never proved his for his formulas but they turned out to be true and so where is that coming from right exactly infinite mind divine minded you know the one that connects us all in this long journey of yours which you've described so beautifully and god and love on route eighty if you're just joining us Stephen G. post has been our guest and this is his new book the hidden mystery of human connectedness a mango twenty nineteen released what surprises have changed you I mean you know it's not like everything is known even if we know the unknown is sort of the knowing awareness but what has really like on oh my lord look at that well one of the things was so so in I you know I got to Stony Brook from twenty years in shaker heights Ohio where we raised our family and that was in two thousand and eight so in two thousand and fourteen I got an invitation to go to back to the conical hills and the union church and give a lecture on the spirituality of Chagall and it went really well that night I drove home in the rain and went over the Throggs neck bridge down to Stony Brook I got home and I had an email from derail mod who's a wonderful feminist from Lahore Pakistan and she said your website for the institute had been completely taken down and I went in there was the flag that said team DZ ISIS and I was that that was the third website that they had taken down they took down quite a lot of websites that fall so then I thought okay what to do then I asked my my board of trustees and in most many of whom are from Cleveland but not all and and and and we decided we would have a essay contest for young people all over the world and we would ask them to write from the heart you know real existential essays about how they push back successfully against peer pressure to hate others just because they didn't share their beliefs so we got thousands of these essays there was a you know there were cash awards I must say and we we've we've looked at these things we judge them we picked out winners and then lo and behold at that time I was co chairing a U. N. project on spirituality and sustainable development with the U. N. population fund and they got wind of this essay contest so in in August of twenty sixteen we fill the entire U. N. headquarters okay with young people from all over the world performing their essays about successfully affirming that shared humanity and the right kind of spirituality and some of them acted these out with rap style lyrics and some of them did with it was so varied it was so creative pastor Otis moss was there Oprah's mentor one of the great violinists in New York Joanna croissants co who is a backup for the Emerson quartet she was there playing and had had a dream the night before of wearing a blue dress and she actually wore a blue dress when she played the Bach Ciccone that morning so it was incredible and edit that lesson was you know even though there are difficult times when you're absolutely shocked by that blotch of negativity you have to expand the campus that's my whole philosophy of synchronicity just expand the campus like a Pollock painting it doesn't do much for you one is just a drop in the middle of the floor but by the time he covers it over an extended outwards with all these beautiful colors and.
"marc chagall" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals
"And I I feel like I can make this like my commander I this can be like the guy that's the brain that's in charge of everything delegating and everything but it's just rain break. This is smart asset to be smart brain. It's it's like the example in every science fiction movie so asked You and then at the Museum Munich science there have been some like movie related exhibits have been like Lord of the rings and Hey Potter at include those two because those are both traveling exhibits and they travel from museum to museum. I didn't think that counted but there was one exhibit called the Science Behind Pixar and this is also a traveling exhibit but the thing is mute. The museum science helped create this exhibit. They like had a hand in developing it so I felt like I could count this one. Yeah Oh Count. It and the point of this exhibit was to like show the process of the of animation. How IT WORKS. So he showed like the modeling of characters and like the rigging and lighting just all the different aspects of animation. And that's kind of irrelevant to this like this fight. But what is relevant is that. They had statues of their characters on the floor. So bad statues of like buzz. They had Mike and Sully from monsters yanked it. Wally the Dorey is really really hoping this is before we started recreating said that. I told you guys. I almost got really lucky. But then I didn't and that was because I was hoping they'd had some incredible and they didn't. Oh yeah that would have been good. They had some of the incredible deals. They would have been good or like like big hero. Six they didn't have any big curious. Either well figure six is not Pixar. Oh that wasn't right. Here's the question is does a full-sized buzz light year. That came to life buzz. Lot Your infection. Or Buzz let your. It's yeah yeah okay. So light up on his wrist sully from monsters INC could be useful. He's a Jam Monster. And then they also so they did have a character from the incredible. It was edna mode. Well you'll be stylish. Yeah we stylish. But she's actually like she's an inventor says she can like in the movies she made their the costumes and the were like bulletproof in fire. Provide Nestle thanks will. She'll provide those for my team but she could probably operate all like the Tesla coils liquid nitrogen weapon stuff. That's fair okay. That works and she might. She might create a suit for your skinless people her own Saturday. Just looking at them right. Yeah so that's basically had I guess everything that markets had accept less and then and then a few extra cool things here and there so Ben What Museum did you look at so I win little different. I went with Art Museum specifically the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum. Which is what you think of somewhere says the Guggenheim that one. There are a couple other Guggenheim. Museum's says well there's one in Venice that has actually come up previously on this show in episode one one. I stole Guggenheim taken back. And there's also one in a bill in northern Spain and actually building one Abu Dhabi without winstone development. But I just use the was that was it the The GUGGENHEIM in New York City. Which ones sort of awkward thing about it was that really what they focus on. Who can high is like impressionist post. Curly modern and contemporary art. And you wind up with a lot of things that are sort of more in the style of like Picasso or Jackson pollock and a little less formed in a way that would be helpful for a combat scenario now in my opinion. I'm a fan of this kind of art but maybe the best choice power to Hawaii. I think you're so a couple of good good hits in here but a lot of it is pretty abstract. You sound like you're regretting. Their DECISION NOT ENTIRELY. I think Alison like his buzz. Light Year. Is Andy's house of Museums. You're definitely the house of. It's funny. I was actually going to come to that. Because there are a lot of sculptures at the Guggenheim but a lot of them are kind of like partially formed human ask figures or things like that or dislike geometric shapes in three dimensions and stuff and literally the exact description I was gonna use was the scenes insists house and toy story where the toys are like a crawling towards them. I can only imagine the one with the robot spider lakes and bald head. Yeah Picture Right. Now we'll get to that But there are some that are more like Jim. Generally human one example I have is on. There is an exhibit by Pabo at Hummer who is a Polish artist who basically made there was like a traveling guggenheim thing in Berlin and people who are who are like working at the Guggenheim. It's like that. He made plaster cast their faces and that amount of the metal frames extruded plastic over them to make them look human ask so as eighteen different like human sized metal frame with plastic and then sort of realistic plaster faces sculptures which are kind of terrifying. And vaguely terminator. Ask but obviously not that strong. I mental frame statues. It'll be better than like a person right. Yeah it's it's it's relevant. Those are the ones I think would be. You know. Not Sort of like awkwardly rolling around on the ground trying to get anywhere. Were those of the more sort of standard s type things but there are other things as well. They're obviously a lot of all these statues lined up and gave the charge order just happened just fall down on no doubt so there are also there obviously a lot of paintings and photographs and things at the Guggenheim. We side work like an like Harry Potter. Where the the things and the pain you would paintings would come to life and be able to move around but not actually believe the painting right for the most part. They're useless really going. Get as you can get any sort of strategy from what I'm or something so there are some there may be useful there. Is the soldier drinks by Marc chagall and artilleryman by on Russo? Which are they're soldiers? They probably have some sort of knowledge of combat so they could help lead. Wait IS PAINTING. Called soldier drinks or his air soldiery called Drinks. No no the paint is called the soldier it down so we don't listen to all his advice because he is drinking but probably most useful there is there was an installation call up the ghost of Mohammad Bin Qasim By a bunny ebeidi which was Mohammed bin. Qassim was general for an Islamic Caliphate in the early eighth century who who invaded Persia at the time. So he would actually probably have some relevant information. So got that going for you less useful photographs paintings. There's one called Keith from Guinea shelter by Elizabeth Peyton which is supported or Keith Richards to have any questions for Keith Richards from the rolling stones. Just knock yourself out there. You've got that going for you. He can provide the soundtrack exactly. Yeah maybe useful. There is the Don twenty-first-century portrait by Doug as Gordon and fleet parental which is a series of portraits of settings most famously known for headbutting. Dude during the two thousand six World Cup so I mean soccer is kind of like war and he headbutted do so. Maybe he has some insights. I don't know he'll instruct here. Soldiers to head but people yeah. I think he's actually a coach now too so he has some tactics and whatnot. There's some stuff there. It could actually better by my choice of five Teddy Roosevelt. They're out of the actual. The actual like exhibit. I think would make a real real difference for the Guggenheim one. This is actually the reason I picked the Guggenheim and I found it. Marcus knows this before we even brought up. We talk this question before before I realized this was the next question. It was installation by Sunyani and Panyu called. Can't help myself. I'm going to put a link and so you guys can see US markets. I think is already seen it but Chris is not and this is basically. I don't know how actually useful will be but I just want to talk about it. 'cause it was super cool. I want to figure out a way to talk about on the show before we even got to this question so here we are basically these guys. They took a robotic arm. The USA like make cars and stuff. Put a shovel on the front gave it computer vision and surrounded with a viscous red fluid looks sort of unnervingly like blood and then that fluid spreads out and the cameras on it basically when when it sees it past a certain point away from the center. It moves a shovel around and pulls the liquid back. And it's really cool actually. It's one of those things where you know people rag on hot and our lot but this is actually pretty awesome. Once again no idea how useful it actually is but it is a robotic arm which are dangerous so you know put you got that clean on blood it can see you know so you got that going for it. I mean the narrative in my head is that it just murdered somebody and it's like Oh God oh God got nobody. That's very much like definitely why they choose read. I think I think that's why it shows ray because it's it's very blood like is. It looks very much like flood. Yeah so it's very cool. You should listener. You should look it off and and find that yours is pretty awesome. Was it called again? It is called can't help myself by Sun Yang and Penghu. If you just Google can't help myself. Guggenheim YOU'LL IT. But now things. I think we definitely more more directly useful. I'll start out with a sculpture by a Jeff. Koons called puppy and it was based on a small wooden sculpture. A terrier that he made and ninety one was like a twenty inch tall Interior chose the terrier because he thought it would be disarming non-threatening regardless of the scale and then a test it. He made a forty foot tall stainless steel terrier that is covered in living flowering plants. I'll put up a picture. Forty feet is big. Forty feet is pretty big. Is that the biggest thing we have probably the biggest thing we have. No Marcus was one hundred ten foot man. It's not you're right. Yeah we both have forty foot t rexes. Oh yeah so I will argue also that stainless steel steel rolled stainless steel terrier birthday. Here it's going to go to the terrier be of a family of t-rex he wanted to see. There's there as puppy. It's it's more plants than I imagined. Well it's basically steal covered implants right. It's it is non-threatening it is non-threatening. It is also a forty foot tall. Tina's it's hard to explain. This is not what I imagined. It kind of looks like just someone if someone made a like a hedge sculpture were like a dog. It's kind of what looks like but there many types of dogs some dogs threatening this does not yet terriers are not a more threatening. Breed is not threatening looking dog and also the colors of all. The flowers are very variable. Very fallish color goes like from green to pink to white to red to yellow over and browns dislike right. It's a met it. It's it's a mess but not in a bad in art way but just not what my brain expanded way for things that do look more threatening and speaking of Sids Sids Spider toy in toy story. We a mom on by Louise Bourgeois which is a thirty foot tall bronze slash marble slab. Steel Spider looks ripped out of like an alien movie. Oh it's very sharp and spindly. Yeah that would be useful for you. It's the it's the daddy long legs spider with where the legs stabbing like needle metal needles. Damn I thinks yeah so. We got that which is fun. It is just Yasser the giant metal pal spider. So it's pretty cool not not great to look at hunger. Keep on moving seems irresponsible to leave it outside right real and then finally. I don't know exactly the best way to two wheeled this but I do know there is. There is a lake in central park and I do think I might be able to have some some water superiority because I have a boat. That's also giants army knife. This this is knife ship one.
"marc chagall" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"How they influenced each other very beautiful. What's so interesting about your book? Is that it talks. It's a book about a book but it's also of course the man and Especially in the beginning. How the painting of Rembrandt's painting of the Prodigal son is so transformative in his life like a video Davina And it would be good for people who aren't familiar with that term or who don't know about the paintings prominence in Henry's life and the transformative quality it had in his sort of spiritual growth. Maybe you could just set the stage for that. Don't give everything away well. Well what's interesting? I actually think that the return of the Prodigal Son by Henry now in his masterwork busy. Oh demeanor I mean I mean what and busy Oh Davina means entering into a a well. Let's start with Lexi. Davina Alexio Davina means entering into scripture or entering into text. And and it it means really from shifting our attention on the words from our head to analyzing Bam comparing them Sort of trying to draw you know historical references from them and moving instead to experience into car to one's heart so it's taking it. Lexi take a familiar Scriptural passage and read it several times. But but in a way. It's like rolling those words around in your soul and SORTA scene where which one which one of the words which one of the the The the meaning of the word whole hose most resonance for for you. In at that moment Henry Henry would practice Lexi. Oh dubina every morning In his morning prayer he would use the the you know the luxury meeting of the day and then he would sit with that text and and again not not looking for the historical references or the theological meeting but more but more. How does this he would ask the question? What does this mean for my life today? how does it connect with what? I have been living or what I anticipate to be living. And so it's really Entering into the tax so you would become each each person mentioned. You would try to use your imagination to enter into the the world. So if it's if the scriptures about the desert or is it about inside the temple or it's to actually bring that to life within your imagination and video. Davina is using Something visual to end so painting a painting of a parable Is What Henry now in used as a kind of A way to enter into into Jesus's teaching. What does the parable mean for my life and Henry? Henry looked at this painting so thoroughly it. Actually he looked at this painting for nine years and each time he would you know what he at first he was. He was one of the observers. He was one of the the people on the outskirts of the painting and he was looking in at it in a kind of a longing he wanted to be the young man being held by by his father Then he then he became an entered into. What was it like? What is it like to be the prodigal son and he would imagine himself with the torn clothes with the with the you know the shoes that are barely On the SON'S FEET. What what does that mean? How much did he walked in those shoes? And it's a real late. I mean it's really using one's imagination to enter into into the story so that you can take the meaning that you need from it and the Henry now on also had this very beautiful practice of taking either words if he had used Lexi's Amino or images used busy oh to be now and he would place them in the inner chamber of his heart and he would do this Very intentionally and consciously and so he even describes how certain images like some of the bengals paintings A special painting that his parents had By Marc chagall these he says sort of entered were permanently in the permanent gallery of his inner interior space and so he could call on them whenever he needed them. And it reminds me that you know some people will memorize prayers and they'll or memorize a song and they'll have it As you know as the sort of like the staff that they need in difficult times and that's what Henry now and did with with paintings and with icons and with with visual images and he also did it with words. He would take one word day and kind of almost like clip it to a clipboard in interior clipboard and then that word would be the word that he would walk with for the day. Yeah it's so interesting. How for me from a spiritual formation perspective and it's kind of that's kind of my jam is that I love how he he is allowing himself to be transformed by God through these different means that that are always around us perhaps in paintings and in scripture but he's really letting God work those deeply into his inner life to not just not just memorize them of course memories and but like really transform him at the cellular level and what he does with the painting to you mentioned is that he becomes in his mind. Learns a lesson as he sees himself as each of the characters within the painting. And maybe you could talk about what are each of those characters and a little bit of what he learns or or maybe just pick one and he. He allows himself to really be transformed by being each character. Yeah that's such a good word. I think that he I mean he calls it a spiritual adventure. That's How he saw his life was adventure of the spirit and I think that I think that he was word. Transformation is really important and true He he saw this painting at a really low point in his life. He had many low points in his life. He was actually and I think this is what maybe draws people to him he. He was very at a very anxious person. He he he was nervous an he He was needy. I'm not I'm not ascribing. These features to have he he. He is very honest about about these a in a way he. He had a kind of a wound and and I think this this sort of idea that he was never good enough and was where where people really loving him or did they just like. You know like what he said and they just popping because they had to. He just had this this this self rejection and And I would say that he was on the he was really searching for glimpses of God but then also glimpses of God that loved him and when he saw the painting it was like. That's what happened. It was like this this. He had a an instantaneous. I mean he wasn't seeing the painting in the Hermitage where it's beautiful painting. He was actually seeing it for the first time. As a poster. Worn out post on the back of somebody's office. It wasn't but but he was so worn down himself that the just to see the young man kneeling in front of this the way. That rembrandt paints the father is. He's very very old. He's You Know Henry even Believes that he's blind he's he's he is hunched over But the it is completely clear in the way that brand paints at that he is loving and welcoming and blessing son who has come home the prodigal son and so Henry really resonated with the younger son and he wanted to be done younger son with these beautiful hands on his shoulders. That Henry identifies as Rembrandt possibly painting as a woman's hand and a male hand kind of the idea that God is masculine and feminine He even says that you know. The boy's head was was the.
"marc chagall" Discussed on The Heat
"Stafa he was addressing uniform like something essential costing I mean people are going to want to hear from him today right. Bandmann is important because the Republicans as we were talking about that so much. It's time trying to muddy the waters arguing about who was on the call. It's all who's well this guy. was there this guy. This guy did not like it when he heard it. This guy raised the the alarm about what he didn't like in real time and it feels like kind of the perfect Kryptonite to the crazy republic. Arguments it's hard to to for them to play their little the game when Ben is sitting in front of you in his uniform purple heart recipient telling the truth about what he heard that this corroborated over and over and over again. So what do we expect to come out of this day. So is this the last week of public test naval the decide with each of the US. President I I mean we. There's going to be an endgame him right. You know John. Bolton is sitting out there and Mick Mulvaney is sitting out there and they are trying thing to in some way of boy testimony or whatever but there are core proceedings going on trying to see if they are basically going to force them to answer congressional subpoenas so the Democrats seem to want to wrap this up before thanksgiving. I understand that. But there's a chance to get Bolton especially to testify if there's a chance to make it very obvious the people that Donald Trump's chief defender Mick Mulvaney is refusing to testify. It might be worth the week to to watch that. Play out now you know we live in this. TV Age and some members of the media complained last week. About the hearings of Taylor and Ken didn't make for exciting. TV lack of Za`Z. I think was the word Like it was sort of strictly. Come out single something about forty million people did actually watch. And you're GonNa Vich had a few moments world sharing and I just want to play. Oh you the end of the hearing. Because I didn't expect this. I don't think any wanted it. Returned Speaker Condition Business Very. He's experienced those members on this out of the aisle. We should have a chance to respond to your disparaging remarks district chairman. Demand is the chairman Mr Chairman Chairman. Now that was pools for a former ambassador to the Ukraine quite incredible. What did you make was that that was not a TV moment? They yeah. They were not applauding. The Republican attempt to muddy the waters further. They were applauding because at that moment when they started clapping Ivanovich stood up to take sacred leave from the hearing room. She conducted ourselves with integrity and grace in terms of these people who don't find this exciting as a legal correspondent. I have watched some trials. y'All don't know what boring is this is. This is riveting popcorn eating television compared to your average criminal mel preceding. Just say no we cannot allow our democracy can be decided by reality. TV ratings these people who have testified so far are incredibly dedicated public servants testifying truthfully incredibly and I think that the applause line the laws that we just heard is an indication that there are still enough Americans who respect and appreciate the quiet dignity Of Service because that is what we are seeing from Taylor and can't Ivanovich and that is what we're going to see next week from hill and been men then if you want reality. TV that's that's what's Don one is going to be four. Well Eliot. Thanks walking through this because it really is Quite compelling moment in American history thanks so much for joining stay really appreciate it thanks so much. They missed owl. Executive editor of the above the law website and a regular contributor to the nation remember the the heat is produced by. CG Sandia America our executive producer is Gareth h senior producer. John Gilmore was our guest today. Our digital producer is Joshua show about. Oh He's always sitting there and director of digital development is Marc chagall wants to get on making king and thanks so much for listening. Do remember if you have a comment. A question you've a complaint awesome even some praise about today's poker sandison email. You can find a heat podcast. CJ AMERICA DOT COM. And please if you like the heat help spread were by subscribing rating lear Komen put it automatically downloads with your favorite pok cost provider. Thanks a lot..
"marc chagall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Running out. New York's twenty nineteen legislative session, which is scheduled to end tomorrow. But could go longer WNYC's. Fred mogul reports that the biggest outstanding issue legalizing marijuana is by far the thorniest formal released. Sweeping plan for legalizing marijuana in January, but ever since his enthusiasm for the legislative package has waxed and waned. He's been very explicit that the leftward drift of his party does make him very nervous in recent weeks. He's alert we stayed out of negotiations with the Senate and the simply and then the last few days, he has been getting more involved. He and lawmakers now say they're hopeful they can get some kind of deal done by the time. The session ends in the coming days, but no ones betting the farm on legalized pot just yet undocumented immigrants will soon be able to obtain driver's licenses in New York state governor Cuomo signed the Bill into law yesterday just hours after the state Senate gave the green light Cuomo had earlier voiced concerns that US immigration officials could use license information to target immigrants for deportation. Republican state lawmakers opposed the measure, saying it rewards people who violate immigration laws will hear more about this story later on this hour. A task force created by New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy is revealing information that's damaging to one of its political rivals. The group released a report yesterday suggesting a company connected to south jersey. Democratic leader George Norcross faked a plan to move out of state in order to receive tax incentives to remain. Here's WNYC's Nancy Solomon, the important thing understand, is this is a tax break program. That is trying to either bring jobs, New Jersey or retain jobs that are threat of moving out of state. So that's why this is a critical component of the whole process, this idea of whether companies will really gonna leave New Jersey or were, they just finding a bogus place to say that they were moving out of New Jersey. So they could get the tax break Norcross had sued to block the release of the report, but failed and the Metropolitan Museum of art is highlighting eight paintings by refugees to Mark World, Refugee Day this Thursday. One of them is Marc Chagall's, the lovers, which the museum is covered for the next two days to show. What would be missed in a world without refugees Sheena, wag staff is the Mets chairwoman of modern and contemporary art hope the match is that visitors come away from God arrays with Gracia wetness of what the idea of home might mean in the context of those who returned to this. Some of the other works being highlighted are by max Beckmann, Pete Mondrian and the Sudanese artist. Abraham L Salah, he seventy degrees, not budging much from where it is right now. Support for NPR comes from i-drive maker of remote PC providing real time remote access to PC's Maxon servers from anywhere for use when telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote p c dot com slash NPR..
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"Threats from Iran. The Trump administration blames Iran's Revolutionary Guards for last week's attacks onto oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, Iran denies any involvement. President Trump will be in Florida tonight to officially kick off his twenty twenty reelection campaign. Here's NPR's tamra, kief Twenty-three democratic candidates have announced they're running for president in twenty twenty some with big attention grabbing rallies. Now, President Trump is taking his turn, even though he's already held dozens of rallies since taking office, but campaign, spokeswoman Kaley mcenaney promises, surprises for this one, I can. The president, but there will be some rest assured it will be much more than your ordinary rally. This is the presidential announcement. This is history being made last time. It was a small crowd of people in Trump Tower in New York watching Trump descend on an escalator this time, it's an arena that holds twenty thousand with people camped out in line food, trucks, music, and volunteers. Registering people to vote, tamra, Keith NPR news Orlando. This is NPR news from Washington, and this is morning edition on WNYC in New York at six thirty one good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan undocumented immigrants will soon be able to obtain driver's licenses in New York state governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Bill into law yesterday just hours after the state Senate gave the green light Cuomo had earlier voiced concerns that US immigration officials could use license information to target immigrants for deportation. Republican state lawmakers oppose the measure, saying it rewards people who violate immigration law. Ause. We'll have more on that story coming up in about fifteen minutes, Robert Kennedy junior, and environmental attorney who's also an anti vaccine activist is pledging to challenge New York's new law that requires virtually all children, be vaccinated WNYC's, Gwen HOGAN reports children generally must be vaccinated against various diseases to attend public or private schools. But until now, parents could obtain a waiver, if they said, vaccination was against their religious beliefs last week state lawmakers got rid of that exemption now are if k junior is raising funds to sue the state through his nonprofit organization children's health defense on social media platforms. Kennedy called the new law, a gross violation of children's and families rights to religion when California removed. It's religious exemption in twenty fifteen it was also challenged in courts, but not overturned the Metropolitan Museum of art is highlighting eight paintings by refugees to Mark World, Refugee Day this Thursday. One of them. Marc Chagall's, the lovers which the museum is covered for the next two days to show, what would be missed in a world without refugees Sheena, wag staff is the Mets chairwoman of the modern and contemporary art hope the match is that of visitors come away from galleries with greater wetness of what the idea of home might mean in the context of those who returned to this, some of the other works being highlighted or by max Beckmann Pete Mondrian and the Sudanese artist..
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"Based on the terrifying. Novel by Stephen King, the author of their places in this world and bring things back, but they don't come back the same freedom. Cemeteries was not in cautioned in my faith. When it comes to the weather. We all wanna know what did stealing say watch for updated. Forecasts of Chicago's most trusted meteorologist, Tom skilling. Weeknights WGN TV. Nine twenty one on seven twenty WGN. We're talking to Ken Cranston who wrote the three escapes of Hannah Arendt, and the his work is going to be an exhibit. I say exhibited because it's never been in this particular form before I know people know who you are you've been interviewed all over town. You're from Chicago, you're one of our very, but your work is going to be on display at the spur institute for Jewish learning and leadership at six ten south Michigan avenue, and it's this Thursday March fourteenth, the receptions at five thirty the program begins at six thirty. You can get tickets and find more information expertise S P, E, R, T U, S dot E, D U. And can you're from Chicago, you left this briefly. But you're back now. You're up in Deerfield. I grew endear grew up in Deerfield. I live in Evanston and teach depaul in the couple of locations. I love Chicago. It's a great environment for people that do what I do. Chicago is actually a kind of a very important center of people that do what we call comics or graphic novels. I mean from Chris ware to Dan close to. Emil ferris, and there's so many people doing so much tremendous work in town. I feel very lucky to be here. And do that I wonder if you mentioned the show yet. No, I have never been like this before. No. And I have had my work and some smaller shows, I'm, you know, working doing some cartoons for the New Yorker. I've had shows of New Yorker cartoons and stuff like that New York. This is really very different when spurt isn't we talked about it? It's like walking through the book sort of. I mean, they've they've kind of helped me break it into three sort of theme attic areas, there'll be some giant. They've blown these cartoons up. So you're used to holding the book in your hand biking at its small now, you're actually going to be kind of being like an Allison wonderland walking through the book. There giant story story boys of the frames. And then some of the original drawings. So you can see a little bit of the process because you know, it isn't just like you sit there and draw it and put it on a page, and they broken it down to kind of the development of her THAAD rethinking because she was a very very difficult pugnacious character. And I don't think if she if she wasn't. She wouldn't be interesting. You know, so. Relatable? I think there's a lot of historical instances in the book that people can relate to. Yeah. She always was looking what do you got? What are you questioning, you know, she she took the outsider point of view and prove it, and she she the other thing that was fascinating about her though. I mean, I think it'll although I don't love this term. She was a bit of a rock star in that. She was always at the at the best table in the best place with the best people hanging out having the best conversations. I don't care if it was in the nineteen thirties with people like Peter Laurie or a navy Albert Einstein Marc Chagall, a big character in Chicago. These were important people and then in the forties in the late thirties, you know with. The impressionist max Aaronson in the other people trying to flee. France. And then in New York with all of the very heavy a New York thinkers in the partisan review and stuff like that. And then Chicago people like, Saul bellow, and all of a sudden, she's always at the table and very often maybe her and Mary McCarthy in a couple not many women. And so this this again makes it an interesting character for me to try and figure out what's driving her. She died in nineteen seventy five. What do you think she would say about today about Chicago today, specifically with regard to were about to have the first female African American mayor in the city? What do you think she would say about Chicago today? I think she would be well, I mean, there's a lot of issues in Chicago. She would be absolutely thrilled that an African American woman be since it's such a large part of the population in the city is getting that kind of recognition and that kind of voice. Because she feels that all voices need to be heard in the public space and listen to each other. And that's a huge part of the people that make up the city. So I think she would be delighted about that. I think she would be she liked to always have the outsider point of view. And because she tried to separate the private from the public, and she lived through a very tough time where the walls that separated you from tyranny weren't very very strong and constitutions were like houses of cards. And instead of you know, she went she ran toward fires. She ran into fires and she didn't always solve them. But she did a darn good job. She she stared reality in the face. And she was an example of what somebody professor at the university of Chicago, recently robocalled tough women. She was a tough. She was an unsentimental person. And that's okay, I loved it. She she brought so much to the party in terms of her her strength and her clarity and freshness of vision. In one of the things is I was doing all the research. I went through and I looked at a lot of books. I mean of you know, I look at the most basic things like college textbooks from the sixties and seventies to see how they reported her. Yes, she wasn't in them really a lot of them on purpose. Or did. They just didn't know who she was. She just didn't. She just wasn't. They didn't have enough pages. I I don't know. And then I started reading into it. And of course, I'm joking about that. I mean, she belonged there. Yeah. And I think a lot, you know. So she was such a I called her. You know, like a virulent truth teller. And that's where this tyranny of truth comes in the subtitle. She she felt you had to face reality. And she felt you had to to speak it each of us to one another in the public arena. She was very taken with. Kind of original Greek Athens, type democracy, and jeffersonian democracy and people just get around in figuring it out. I call it kind of the mess of the ongoing present, I think you've definitely done her Justice. You're a brilliant writer. You're brilliant cartoonist who inspires you. Besides my wife. She's rolling her eyes. She's she's she's she's sitting next to you. But she pulled her chair so far from the microphone. There's no way. I'm inspired by there are so many incredible people doing great work in the comics arena right now. I mean, I started out as I always wanted to get into the New Yorker magazine is a gag cartoonist is one of those single panel cartoonist, and it took me I think I got there really quickly. It took me about twelve years. That was fast. And then I always read comic books. I when mouse came out by art Spiegelman that made a huge impression on me. Books like fun, home Persepolis? So, you know, and then I go back even to this obscure kind of semi, you know, respectable comic thing that I inherited from my great uncle co classics illustrated, which did nonfiction often. And so I was inspired by them. And I I also read widely. I love biographies. I love history. I'm very curious about people, and why how their life makes them create what they create recently. I've been thinking about it. And I kind of forgot about this. And this is an author that maybe some people in your audience may know about but she's kind of off the radar Barbara Tuchman. Okay. Who wrote who wrote history in such a lively way? And I think one of the things that's really wonderful about being able to combine words and pictures, which is something that I did when I was working in design and advertising and something that I've done when I did the gags is it's an equation. I was never very good at math. But it's one plus one. Equals three when you put the words and the picture together. It's larger than the sum of the parts. Right. So I've been very interested to to use that picture and word to bring to translate these ideas in a way that our human to people because, you know, call me crazy. But I think philosophy is supposed to be something that we can use our life. I agree. So I'm a translator. It's a lot of hard work on my part. But I figure if I can teach myself in pictures, maybe I can teach that teach but get her into the conversation. And I'm glad you do it. I'm glad we are talking about her a Titanic. The three escapes have read a tyranny of truth. Ken, cranston. It's so nice to meet you, and I can't wait to see you on Thursday. Please get out and see this exhibition is wonderful exhibition at the Spurs institute for Jewish learning and leadership six ten south Michigan avenue on Thursday March fourteenth. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. Pleasurable C N Thursday, seven twenty WGN..
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"Partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers this morning. Otherwise, it's going to be a sunny day with highs in the mid to upper fifties. The time is now six thirty live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. People living in the northern half of the US are dealing with extreme cold. And or wintry weather below zero wind chill advisories are posted from the mid Atlantic to New England and in parts of the midwest. Marc Chagall artists with the national weather service. It's bitterly cold weather's really short lived. And by the middle of the week will be warm and back up to above normal readings for this time of year. Snow is falling in a large area from Montana to Iowa where winter weather advisories. And winter storm warnings are posted China is reporting a slowdown in economic growth. NPR's rob Schmitz. And Shanghai says the country's economy expanded at a rate of six point four percent in the final three months of last year. That's the weakest quarterly numbers in a decade. The new data means that for all of two thousand eighteen China's economy grew six point five percent its weakest pace of growth since one thousand nine hundred ninety year. China's economic boom fizzled after the government's brutal crackdown on protesters in tenement square the year before still the annual GDP figure is in line with the government's target for growth. And it indicates a maturing economy that's coasting toward a slower, but manageable growth rate stocks in Asia ended the day mostly higher in Japan and China. There's no trading today on Wall Street because of the holiday honoring Dr Martin Luther King junior. Stocks on Wall Street ended the week last week higher. This is NPR news from Washington from news in San Francisco. I'm Brian watt. Oakland teachers are gearing up for a potential strike as they remain locked in negotiations with the Oakland unified school district over the weekend union, president Keith Brown called for a vote to authorize the strike a democratic strike vote by paper ballot at school sites. In the Oakland unified school district will send a message that Oakland educators are serious about ending the teacher retention crisis. Brown was speaking at an art build event on Sunday Muna. Danish was there and has more. Teachers parents and students came together to make banners in preparation for a strike is calling for a twelve percent raise over three years while oh USDA is offering five percent, but oaken high teacher Laura trail, so she's still hopeful for a resolution..