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"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are on fire there is no more time for half measures and you're listening to NPR news and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson New Jersey officials are delaying the re opening of the motor vehicle commission of facilities by one week and the C. locations were supposed to re open on Monday for in person transactions that has now been postponed to July seventh the agency will be rolling out a text notification system that's intended to limit the people on site at motor vehicle commission locations commissioner sue Fulton says the net text notification system will require further testing inspection and road testing stations will still re open on June twenty ninth all other in person transactions like new licenses out of state transfers and real ID upgrades will begin on July seventh for the first time Lincoln center has based its campus in rainbow colors for pride the buildings housing at the Metropolitan Opera New York Philharmonic and the New York City Ballet are all lit with colored lights as will the Russian foundation a statement from Lincoln center said the display celebrates the full spectrum of queer identity and honors the history and struggles of LGBTQ people this weekend marks the fiftieth anniversary of the pride parade the first one was held in New York on June twenty eighth nineteen seventy several people in Paterson New Jersey including two elected officials have been charged with voter fraud in the city special election in may the state Attorney General says Paterson council vice president Michael Jackson councilman elect Alex Mendez and two others delivered ballots they weren't supposed to Joe Malecon echoes the editor of the Paterson press or elections went through all the ballots and twenty per cent were rejected for a whole variety of reasons many of them things like signatures not matching with the barest section of a dalit not being filled out properly people must get certified as so called bearers in order to deliver ballots on someone else's behalf that's according to state law attorneys for three of the individuals charge say their clients are innocent it's gonna be a hot one today folks we could see some showers and thunderstorms probably later on this morning well behind today have about eighty seven degrees tonight much of the same showers thunderstorms will see a low of about seventy three.

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"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Lincoln center home to organizations like the Metropolitan Opera New York Philharmonic orchestra and the New York City Ballet saying they need to put safety first although coronavirus cases have dropped significantly in the city there are still many questions about how to protect performers staff and the audience both locals and visitors as of now both Carnegie and Lincoln center say they plan to re open in early twenty twenty one honest as it still goes NPR news New York health officials in China say the number of new coronavirus infections in Beijing since last week now tops two hundred nearly all of the cases have been traced to a wholesale market in the south of the capital British health officials say they believe the corona virus is under control in the U. K. they've lowered the covert nineteen threat by one level the UK has Europe's highest death toll from cove in nineteen with more than forty two thousand fidelity's Dow futures are up two hundred forty eight points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington hi my roots laid out on the next science Friday nurses and doctors already suffer from depression and now with Kobe nineteen and protest for racial justice health care workers are facing a burnout crisis to be always beholden to the demands of the sick people coming through the door does not allow you to really tend to any of your own emotional wounds that's on science Friday from W. NYC studios and that is on the air here later this morning at eleven on the air right after forum on KQ weedy hi Michael St John McConnell have another traffic update in a few minutes from now later in this half hour a long lost recording a jazz legend Thelonious Monk has been rediscovered and re mastered you're going to hear the story behind that recording and the story has a very interesting local bay area ankle.

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"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on KCRW

"Morning becomes eclectic coming up new music from Jessie ware Roy Ayers his first album in nine years is out today from the been tall black guy Israeli producer dinner salts fantastic new surprise album that truly reflects the time classic working Donny Hathaway more what are the consequences it all starts at nine here on KCRW time is four thirty news headlines are next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's says she's removing herself from consideration as Joe Biden's potential running mate on the democratic presidential ticket this is a historic moment and America must seize on this moment and I truly believe as I actually pulled the vice president that I think this is a moment I had to put a woman of color on that ticket Bouchard was speaking to MSNBC she had challenged by and for the party's presidential nomination today is June thirteenth it marks June nineteenth eighteen sixty five the day a union general in Galveston ordered all slaves in Texas be freed the announcement came more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation Oklahoma is reporting another record spike in new coronavirus infections as president trump prepares to hold a reelection rally tomorrow at an arena in downtown Tulsa NPR's are you sure Roscoe says at least nineteen thousand people are expected to be okay center for the event there are a lot of health concerns about this rally there will be thousands sitting there for hours indoors during a pandemic it's been eight weeks since Oklahoma began loosening its corona virus restrictions other states seeing spikes in new infections are Florida Texas and Arizona this is NPR news from Washington new York's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center are both canceling performances for the rest of the year because of the pandemic NPR's anastassiades you'll kiss reports in typical years late September marks the beginning of the new concert season for new York's grandest music venues followed shortly by the money making holiday season but this year both Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center home to organizations like the Metropolitan Opera New York Philharmonic orchestra and the New York City Ballet say they need to put safety first although coronavirus cases have dropped significantly in the city there are still many questions about how to protect performers staff and the audience both locals and visitors as of now both Carnegie and Lincoln center say they plan to re open in early twenty twenty one honest as it still costs and PR news New York health officials in China say the number of new coronavirus infections in Beijing since last week now tops two hundred nearly all of the cases have been traced to a wholesale market in the south of the capital British health officials say they believe the corona virus is under control in the U. K. they've lowered the covert nineteen threat by one level the UK has Europe's highest death toll from covert nineteen with more than forty two thousand fidelity's Dow futures are up two hundred forty eight points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington you're listening to morning edition on KCRW today on press play happy Juneteenth the day that commemorates the end of slavery you celebrate.

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"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"metropolitan opera new york philharmonic" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Coming up on All Things Considered the Supreme Court has rejected the trump administration's effort to end the Obama era daca program plus new coronavirus hot spots are emerging around the country and many public health experts say the U. S. is still falling short on having enough testing and contact tracing to contain the virus those stories and expert first the news live from NPR news I'm Jack Speer the U. S. Supreme Court has rejected the trump administration's efforts to end the legal protections for more than six hundred and fifty thousand young immigrants what amounts to a major rebuke of the president during an election year justices in a five to four decision ruling today the administration cannot proceed with its plan to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals or daca an Obama era program the trump is equated to an illegal amnesty for hundreds of thousands of immigrants running from majority Chief Justice John Roberts joined in finding the administration's actions were quote arbitrary and capricious meanwhile daca recipients across the country are celebrating today's Supreme Court decision which provides protections for undocumented people brought to the U. S. as children more than a hundred thousand daca recipients live in Texas Mallory Falk with member station K. E. R. A. spoke with one of them when the ruling came down and I told all about own raced to her computer and couldn't believe what she saw the writing on the wall was that we were all gonna be morning and not celebrating today but the court called the trump administration's plan to end daca quote arbitrary and capricious for now at least the program will continue to look but only seven when she came to the U. S. from Mexico she's twenty three now about to start law school and feeling relieved I mean normally I think of the decision and the favorable ruling can kind of feel like we're releasing like this error that we were holding in she hopes fellow daca recipients take a moment to decompress and process the decision for NPR news I'm Mallory Falk and el Paso the state of California will now require people to wear masks in mostly indoor settings and outdoorsman social distancing is not possible as under statewide order issued today by California governor Gavin Newsom who previously had allowed local governments to decide whether to mandate mass major population centers like Los Angeles and San Francisco already have that requirement company leaders from Facebook Twitter and Google told lawmakers today foreign influence operations in twenty twenty will look different than they did four years ago as NPR's miles parks explains the company say American adversaries are adopting new rules put in place Facebook told lawmakers that from January through March they removed one point seven billion fake accounts but the three internet companies also said but that's sort of an authentic activity may not be the biggest issue this year Twitter executive Nicholas pickles said countries are actually beginning to use their official state sponsored accounts for influence my name is is that we have to be vigilant but the challenges we face in twenty sixteen on a constant and that this remains and I'm holding security challenge most Americans aren't satisfied with the work the companies are doing however a Gallup and knight foundation poll out this week found that most Americans don't trust social media companies to police their own platforms miles parks NPR news Washington makes close on Wall Street today the Dow was down thirty nine points the nasdaq up thirty two the S. and P. was up a point this is NPR new York's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center both have said today they have canceled their performances for the rest of twenty twenty two to the corona virus pandemic centers on a stasis Lucas reports the twenty ounce one from the two New York City landmarks signals at the city's cultural life will be slow to rebound in typical years late September marks the beginning of the new concert season for new York's grandest music venues followed shortly by the money making holiday season but this year both Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center home to organizations like the Metropolitan Opera New York Philharmonic orchestra and the New York City Ballet say they need to put safety first although coronavirus cases have dropped significantly in the city there are still many questions about how to protect performers staff and the audience both locals and visitors as of now both Carnegie and Lincoln center say they plan to re open in early twenty twenty one honest as it still goes NPR news New York Jean Kennedy Smith the youngest sister and last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy has died former U. S. representative Patrick Kennedy confirming his aunt's death at the age of ninety two Smith served as ambassador to Ireland for five years under president Bill Clinton she also founded in arts education program that supports artists with disabilities for diplomatic and philanthropic work Jean Kennedy Smith was awarded the nation's highest civilian honor the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand sixteen Google futures prices closed higher today oil up two point three percent to end the session at thirty eight eighty four a barrel on the New.

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