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More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

On the Media

11:01 min | 18 hrs ago

More Former Aides Accuse New York Governor Cuomo Of Sexual Harassment

"The pandemic, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo transformed into a fully fledged TV star. Let's remember some basic context and fax society functions. Everything works. There's going to be food in the grocery stores. Propelled into the firmament by his daily Corona virus, free things that reassured an anxious, leaderless public hears Ellen de generous and Trevor. Noah. You call yourself a Cuomo sexual and I e. I agree with you. I feel like I'm a homosexual to it genuinely has been very inspiring and refreshing to see. A leader Like Cuomo, new fans declared their adoration in Tic tac videos, Means and song, the Great Randy Rainbow Stranded in my bedroom. Then there he give you an update as to where we are today. Mature me treatment of the governor, of course, extended to many news networks like CNN, where Chris Cuomo asked the tough questions Now you know, I've seen you referred to a little bit recently as the love governed. I'm wondering if that's bleeding into your demeanor. It all making you a little soft on the president. Love girl. I've always I've always been a soft guy. I am the love government. Cool, dude and loose mood. You know that. But in the past few weeks, Cuomo's TV persona has faltered. Report from the state attorney general and a court order found that the official count of deaths of nursing home residents due to the virus was nearly doubled The figure first reported by the Cuomo administration. Plus, as I write this three women have accused the governor of sexual harassment, some in awkward, geeky detail, including two former aides. Alex Preen Stuff writer. The New Republic recently wrote the article. The Andrew Cuomo Show has lost the plot. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. You know, two people who have closely read about the governor in the newspapers over the years as opposed to TV. This version of Cuomo, this bully in cynical operator isn't Knew How have the media changed the message? If you are a long time consumer of mainly print news about state politics, you had untiring chronology of Cuomo scandals even if you forgot some of the details. That didn't necessarily get a lot of play on TV news. Keeping up with Cuomo news over the last decade, has also required being familiar with reporters from The Albany Times Union or or newspapers and Rochester. You know these places where the Albany bureau is still really important and a big part of their beat. And a lot of that news, the complexity of it and specifically, the way it fit. A pattern of behavior with Cuomo was usually too difficult to get across, and especially in like a short television segment. I know a lot about this because I actually listened to the local radio station that produces the show. That's how come I know about the Moreland Commission. But you said this story never made it to prime time because it's too complicated. Absolutely, Yeah. All of the past. Few governors have gotten in trouble. Cuomo was running as the guy is going to come clean it up. And so he sets up a commission called Moreland Commission. He says they have the authority to investigate corruption and all of its forms here in Albany and they will be independent. I will not meddle. I will not interfere. He's shuts them down less than a year later because they start going after people too connected to him essentially and people who worked on the commission. They went to The New York Times, and they said Cuomo was meddling. He stopped us and we were getting too close to his allies, so that stuff was out there. But when the story made it toe TV news, it was stripped of the level of detail necessary to understand what had happened and why I like in this interview with Charlie rose months after it came out that Cuomo's office Had hobbled the aforementioned Moreland Commission governor Andrew Cuomo is reestablishing a family dynasty in New York politics, though he's had to get used to criticism. Of his leadership style. You micromanage. They say that delegate more right and you're not transparent. They say then. And they say you don't suffer fools and you know, Yeah. And you're not You push too hard. Yeah. You micromanage? Yes. All of that. You plead guilty or not guilty. You can't have one without the other. I plead guilty like not only was was Rose asking and easily Dodge question. He was almost ventriloquism. The answer's four Andrew Cuomo, right. It's like the old job interview joke. What's your biggest flaw? You know, I'm too hard on myself. You take issue with the defenders of Cuomo who say that Hey, His most important audience. New Yorkers always have known about the governor's bullying quality. That sharp operator with the even sharper elbows and all of that. And they like it third, this idea that he has cruise to reelection twice. They must know who this guy is and support him. And that's why I draw that distinction between corn on the TV character and new favorite Cuomo's, Because if we have listened to a few clips of him on television He's not berating anyone. He's joking around with his brother. He's performing empathy for victims of Covert 19 or Hurricane Sandy. Is Daddy complete with the dad each exactly. He's New York's dad now. It seems that Cuomo has been able to keep his TV persona and his newspapers persona separate. Why are they colliding? Now? For a few reasons, one important one is that people Do not want to go on the record attacking Andrew Cuomo because of the power he holds in the state, especially elected Democrats. What happened this time is that Ron Kim and Assembly member Received a bullying call from Andrew Cuomo for speaking to the New York Post about the nursing home situation. Kim had been at a briefing where a top Cuomo aide said Yeah, This looks bad that we reported the wrong number of people who had died in nursing homes. But you have to understand, like we need didn't want it to become a story basically, like they were like Trump Trump DOJ is gonna make a thing of it Trumps could make a thing about that's why we covered it up. So anyway, Ron Kim went to the post and gave it on the record quote to the post about that meeting. That was the subject of the call where Cuomo allegedly sat. According to Kim, I'll destroy you. In normal Albany affairs. What happens next is either Kim shuts up. Kim goes on background to The New York Post again because Cuomo as in other cases, finds an irregularity in Kim's background. And implies that that could be used against him. And what he would end up doing is at a press conference Bring up Ah, years old story about how Kim had flip flopped on Is Bill about nail salons, and he would outright say Kim was crooked right after Cuomo does that press conference. There's a story on CNN about how Cuomo had made this phone call to Kim the day before, and that's not the kind of thing that legislators and Albany usually do when they get Implicitly or explicitly threatened by Cuomo. They don't call CNN and go on the record and say the governor threatened me. I think that Cuomo got away with it for so long because no one wanted to put their name. To descriptions of his behavior. But Kim, he knows well, I have a story. Now I have a compelling narrative in which I'm the hero in the governor's The villain and TV likes stories like that. And he ends up on the view. Tell us what happened after he called you or when he called you? Yeah, it was last Thursday night. I was about to bait my three kids when I received the call from the governor. He spent 10 minutes threatening my career and ordering me to issue a statement. They will be used to cover for the states that you wrote quote. If a politician acts as if he believes his voters experience politics is a television show, the best way to harm him is to make yourself a compelling character.

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Former Cuomo aide on governor's alleged sexual harassment

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:08 min | 1 d ago

Former Cuomo aide on governor's alleged sexual harassment

"There's also news at this hour. On embattled new york governor andrew cuomo some state lawmakers tonight moving to strip him of his emergency powers granted during the pandemic. Here's stephanie ronald. He promoted himself as the face of competent leadership in the pandemic tough but tonight the new york state legislature voting. To strip governor andrew cuomo of the emergency powers he was granted to handle cove it. This governor's inability to see outside of his own. Ego cannot continue to go unchecked. It came as a new york. Times reported the governor skaff rewrote report in june. Taking out the fact that more than nine thousand new yorkers had already died in nursing homes today. The governor's office said the number was removed because it had not been verified. It's just one of the scandals cuomo's facing two former aides now accusing him of sexual harassment. He is a textbook abuser. Charlotte bennett says the governor asked her about her sex life whether she was monogamous and whether she had ever slept with an older man she spoke with cbs news. He wanted a girlfriend when he said he was lonely. I mentioned that his daughters had been around and he also rejected that. Yeah my i love my daughters. But that's i want a girlfriend by thought he's trying to sleep with me. The governor is trying to sleep with me. And i'm deeply uncomfortable and i have to get out of this room as soon as possible. Cuomo says bennett misinterpreted him. I now understand that. I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable. It was unintentional. And i truly and deeply apologize for david. Charlotte bennett says it's not a matter of how she felt what he did. She says quote it is an issue of his actions. The fact is that he was sexually harassing me and has not apologized for

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Reports: NY officials altered count of nursing home deaths

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Reports: NY officials altered count of nursing home deaths

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo is besieged by scandal and calls for impeachment Cuomo apologized for his behavior on Wednesday he addressed allegations of sexual harassment I never knew at the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable his response to the corona virus pandemic make Cuomo and national star the scandals continued to dog the politician outlets including the Wall Street journal and The New York Times reported the true number of people who died in nursing homes was altered by top aides the July nursing home report was released to quell criticism of Cuomo the state's analysis at six thousand four hundred thirty two people had died in the state's nursing homes the newspapers reported that the original draft reported more than ninety two hundred deaths until Cuomo's aides said it should be taken out state officials insisted the edits were made because of concerns about accuracy some state lawmakers are calling for Cuomo's impeachment new Yorkers who have worked with Cuomo for years tell the AP that both scandals can be traced his intimidating style of leadership what boosted his profile during the pandemic could now be his undoing I'm Jennifer king

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New York Gov. Cuomo facing calls to resign after another former aide accuses him of sexual harassment

News, Traffic and Weather

02:34 min | 2 d ago

New York Gov. Cuomo facing calls to resign after another former aide accuses him of sexual harassment

"A growing sexual harassment scandal. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is not going to resign here's ABC Stephanie Ramos in his first public appearance in a week, New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressing the sexual harassment allegations, threatening his political career. I now understand. That I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable. It was unintentional. And I truly and deeply apologize for it. I feel Awful. About it. And frankly, I am embarrassed. Buy it. Cuomo apologizing publicly after three women came forward, accusing him of unwanted advances to former aides accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. 25 year old Charlotte Bennett claims the 63 year Olds governor made it clear to her that he wanted to sleep with her. I'm embarrassed. And hurt my apologize that Somebody who interacted with me felt that way. I never knew. At the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable. The attorney for Charlotte Bennett, Debra Katz, refuting that claim, saying in a statement. My client reported his sexually harassing behavior immediately to his chief of staff and chief counsel. We are confident that they made him aware of her complaint. The governor also declaring this and I want you to know this from me directly. I never touched anyone inappropriately, but two other accusers say things did get physical. Former aide Lindsay Boylan says the governor gave her an unwanted kiss and in Iraq who met Cuomo at a wedding reception in 2019 said the governor took her face in his hands and asked to kiss her. Claims the governor has denied to establish sexual harassment. You don't need physical conduct almonds convey enough to following the allegations, state lawmakers called on the governor to resign. National Democratic leaders stopped short of that, while the three term governor says he's not quitting. The New York attorney general is conducting an investigation into those allegations, and the governor says he will cooperate fully with that investigation, but asks that New Yorkers wait for the full report before framing an opinion

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Johnson and Johnson shots to arrive in New York City, will be dedicated to homebound seniors

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Johnson and Johnson shots to arrive in New York City, will be dedicated to homebound seniors

"Of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine are beginning to arrive in New York City this week. Sydney Pereira reports how those shots could help elderly New Yorkers who can't leave their homes. Newly authorized vaccine requires just one shot and regular refrigeration, making it easier to deliver door to door. That's great for people like 100 Year old, you know Roberts. She had a vaccine appointment at Duane Reade on Monday, but ended up canceling because of arthritis in her leg. Here's her granddaughter for Rhea Charles. I think it'll be elect Safer. You know if the doctor could come here and give her the vaccine versus her having to go outside Mayor de Blasio views the Jang Jae shot as the centerpiece for the upcoming plan to vaccinate homebound seniors. Live

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Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin Considering Running For New York Governor

John Batchelor

00:24 sec | 4 d ago

Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin Considering Running For New York Governor

"Exploring a run for governor Selvan is Republican and a strong supporter of former President Trump, who lost the state in the last presidential election. I've received phone calls texts, emails from supporters, New Yorkers of a across the entire state over the weekend, Zeldin releasing a statement accusing Governor Cuomo of lies, cover ups, bullying and abuse. Nick's taking on the

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Biden administration facing a ‘challenge’ at Mexico border but not a crisis, DHS chief says

Bloomberg Law

00:21 sec | 5 d ago

Biden administration facing a ‘challenge’ at Mexico border but not a crisis, DHS chief says

"Holland and Knight Today, the homeland Security secretary sought to push back against the notion that the crisis at the border was spinning out of control. Alley. My New Yorkers said today, the men and women of the Department of Homeland Security are working around the clock seven days a week to ensure that we do not have a crisis at the border that we manage. The challenge as acute is the challenge is and

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe

All Things Considered

04:28 min | 5 d ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe

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What We Know About New York Gov. Cuomo’s Sexual Harassment Claims

The Takeaway

01:20 min | 5 d ago

What We Know About New York Gov. Cuomo’s Sexual Harassment Claims

"The weekend, Charlotte Senate, A former aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo, came forward with allegations of sexual harassment against the governor. Speaking to The New York Times, Bennett said that last spring, the governor repeatedly asked her invasive questions about her personal life. In reference to one conversation she had with Cuomo in June, Bennett told the Times quote. I understood that the governor wanted to sleep with me and felt horribly uncomfortable and scared. In response to the allegations. Governor Cuomo has released a statement that said that quote To be clear. I never inappropriately touched anybody, and I never propositioned anybody, and I never intended to make anyone feel uncomfortable. But these are allegations that New Yorkers just serve answers to and we will have that full statement on the Web. Now. This came days after another former aide to Cuomo, Lindsay Boylan, published her own allegations of sexual harassment against the governor. The governor's press secretary, called Boylan's claims false. Now a number of New York politicians on both the right and the left, are calling for Cuomo to resign. Meanwhile, Cuomo has come out in support of an investigation into the allegations, but The governor was further criticized for initially appointing a judge with ties to one of his advisers to oversee the probe.

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Douglas Stuart Reads Kevin Barry

The New Yorker: Fiction

04:29 min | 5 d ago

Douglas Stuart Reads Kevin Barry

"Hi douglas debra. How are you. I'm alright welcome when we talked about doing this. You had originally been inclined to choose a scottish story to read on the podcast but in the end you settled on an irish one. Do you think that the two traditions are interlocked. The certainly have a very close relationship. But even in reading the kevin body still here realized how much of the pronunciation and the expressions weren't familiar to my ear and so although the close they are quite different in terms of This story it feels a little like a fairy tale in a sense. I mean it has that sort of fable like quality to it. And i feel so it may work in a tradition of irish fables. To what you think you think it's certainly in that tradition of irish oto storytelling. It starts off with You know the narrator. Saying so. I bought an old hotel in the fjord of killary and just the way he brings you into the story. You have a sense that not only as a fable but it's the type of story we would pass around in pubs and from most both and that i think is the irish tradition and certainly the scottish tradition. Because sometimes when we don't find ourselves in literature it doesn't mean we're not natural-born storytellers and those oral stories. Don't always get written down. That is absolutely true here. And i think that's part of the charm of this is just the mixture of these canisters. When you see it almost feels quite other-worldly at times. And i chose the story because first of all it's just totally entertaining but also because it made me nostalgic for a time when we could gather and and be together without thinking about the consequences about the weight that comes with with those gatherings. Yeah yeah having scenes in a in a pub with everyone talking it feels like another world. That's true did you read the story when it first came out in two thousand ten. I didn't actually. I was led to kevin body short stories. Because norma s- fan of his novel night bhutan. Jere and i was thinking about what i wanted to read. I love kevin. Barry and i was actually surprised to see. He has published many stories in the new yorker. Yeah the first one. I believe and Do you think that this one sort of fits in with his general themes it. Does i find him always writing about masculinity especially men on the margins. But what's interesting about this is. There's an absence of hard man or criminals or Petty gangsters that he often populate has novels these other short stories. These are just people who are gathering together in a pub And there's a poet at the heart of it. We'll talk some more after the story. And now here's douglas stuart reading fjord of killary by kevin berry fjord killary so i bought an old hotel on the fjord of killary. It was set hard by the harbour wall with moody amount across the water and disgracefully gray skies above. It rained two hundred. Eighty seven days of the year and the locals were given to magnificent mood swings on the night in question. The rain was particularly violent. It came down. Like handfuls of neal's flung hard and fast by a cd asli royal sky. God i was at this point eight months in the place and about convinced that it would be the death of me. It's end to the fucking world stuff out there. I said the quotas of locals and the hotels lounge bar as always ignored me. I was a fruitful blue in by their mark and simply not cut out for tough gnarly west of ireland. Living there were listening instead to jon murphy or alcoholic funeral director. Albury anything that fucking moves. He said bastards suicides tinkers. He said i couldn't give a fuck monkeys he said. Maria is the most depressing mountain you've ever seen by the way and it's gone looming shape filled almost every view from the water's edge hotel. The loans bars included the locals drank. Mostly bushmills whiskey and guinness stout and they drank them to great excess. I wiped they're slobs from the counter. With the bar cloth i had come to hate with a passion verging on the insane.

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'I never intended to offend anyone or cause any harm,' says Cuomo

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:21 sec | 6 d ago

'I never intended to offend anyone or cause any harm,' says Cuomo

"After two former aides accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. He issued an apology tonight, saying he didn't mean to offend or harm and he says he teased people about their personal lives and now understands that may have been insensitive. He says he wants an outside independent review of the allegations. It's the fourth statement Cuomo has issued today on the allegations.

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Dog Poop Does Not Disappear in the Snow: A Guide to Coffee Queue Etiquette

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:36 min | 6 d ago

Dog Poop Does Not Disappear in the Snow: A Guide to Coffee Queue Etiquette

"There's a coffee shop near my home Went for a walk this morning. It was a beautiful day. It had the past few days. It's been nice. It's been lovely. We should talk more about the weather in a minute. Burnett lemme lemme hear more about. Last week's weather. Boys took a walk. As you know what. I'll do. I'll stop at a coffee shop. It has like a little window. The people line up on the sidewalk perfect there was a lotta dog. Poop there Disheartening to just stand near all. The snow is melted. And there's a substantial amount of people that think somehow dog poop disappears when it's in the snow i think that's part of it but i also think it to some extent it does disappear when it's your part of the problem. Tim thank god. You don't have a dog does that. That's the kind of mindset that gets our our streets poop strewn well. I also think that this this particular coffee shop has a an annoying clientele or clientele where they'll wait on this line with their dogs there and just watch their dog poop in like make sure that nobody saw the dog. I'm waiting for my coffee. I'm not here to pick up dog poop. That kind of attitude renew said. The shop had an annoying clientele. I just thought well. Obviously if you're saying in there is like i don't know why i say in line you're supposed to if you're a real new yorker you say online. Yeah i was just about the stop. You like inline. yeah. I'm trying to i'm trying to you. Know how Like baseball announcers lose whatever regional dialect If i feel like i need to do that but no we're new. I should be proud of this. Am standing on online new york slice. Yeah you better not Better fold that slights when you eat it or else get at a. Yeah that's what they say and online. Yeah they meaning the royal in me and all of a survey meaning us of course there is a woman the few people behind me in on the line as well and she was on a phone a cellular telephone bio phone screaming into the phone. But like not angrily just being like oh i gotta tell you. This is excited and having a personal conversation but just gossiping like. She wasn't overly excited. She was just like. Oh i had to tell you what happened to mike and judith. And she's screaming like So a couple weeks ago mike. Or judith lost her phone. So she had to log into. Mike's tour email on mike's phone and then mike found her email and like it was a story of i think infidelity and she's getting those are some of the juiciest stories. Yeah it was a juicy story and she was literally screaming at on the street. Well we were all online with like you know. Probably like ten people on this line which sucks for the neighbors of this coffee shop key. It's right next to residential bill. It's a nightmare. There must be people there all day in. Everybody was pointedly. I could tell like looking straight ahead like. There's no reason this woman should be telling this very personal story that so many specific details in names in like it was such a weird situation where the the way that one of them found out about the infidelity. Was this whole looted technological thing with phones and and then she stopped and ever. Who's pointedly like. I'm not gonna look at this woman because that'd be weird because she's telling some real perennials. Everybody in line was thinking. I'll talk about my podcast this week. And then she abruptly stops and then like have cer- voice volume. She said sorry everybody. Here's eavesdropping on my commerce. I gotta be a little quieter

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Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online

The Book Review

04:20 min | Last week

Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online

"Lauren. Oiler joins us now. From ithaca new york. Her first novel is just out. It's called a fake accounts. Lauren thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me alright. So people know your name even before this novel moseley probably as credit. You've written book reviews for the new york times booker view but also for many other places. Talk a little bit if you would about your reviewing. And how did you get into this well. I started reviewing as elliptical writer. As i think. Many increasingly many writers wrench generation will have to sort of similar background. Just about the millennial generation yes. I'm eleni on thirty years old. So i consider myself a true millennial smack in the middle and i said in english and college and when i graduated i moved to berlin and part because it was really cheap to live there and i wanted to work on my writing and the first sort of opportunity i got with to write liberals about books so every week i think for over a year i would write like a top ten list about top ten bucks three when you're sad and second your house or or whatever and you just made these like did you just come up with all by yourself or did you sort of pull friends. How did you compile them. Sometimes they would suggest something so if there was some event or you know if there was a holiday. Do something related to that. But it was really like. I could do whatever i wanted. And i think i was being paid. Twenty five pounds per article. Which means that. I had a lot of freedom to sort of cover the kind of books that i wanted to cover and do sort of weirder things and in the process of researching this column. I read a lot of criticism. I read a lot of weird sort of book websites. And i learned a lot about what was going to contemporary literature. Learned a lot about what i liked. Agent like in criticism as well. I want to hear everything you learned in all of those areas. I mean i. I guess what. What were the weird book websites. Well at the time we were living through a period which is now referred to as it right so the author but maybe many listeners will know from this movement is tau win. But there was a large group of sort of internet inflicted writers and poets and novelists who are doing sort of experimental literature. That was very much inflicted by the internet. And what kind of book criticism did you read. Where did you turn to other than us. Oh of course. I was reading really widely. But the thing that the way that i really got into it in the way that i sort of developed my style was by reading. Lots of old issues of el arbi wonder review of books online. And i just found that that you know. They're sort of signature combination of of very sort of cheeky. It's not cheeky. But it's it's very indepth in a along review. In which many sort of the books. The books are viewed for many different angles but ultimately there's a real perspective that's gone into those pieces that i really connected west. We should say at this point because it doesn't necessarily show up in your voice that you grew up in west virginia so this is like a very presumably big cultural shift going to berlin and reading the l. r. Did you grow up exposed to a lot of books and to criticism as as a as a kid or a teenager. No absolutely not. Don't overstate might rural upbringing raw. Basically not in a suburb but but something like a suburb But there wasn't you know there wasn't a lot of there weren't a lot of magazines around like i wasn't reading the new yorker. My family was reading the new yorker and my family our readers but they're reading sort of marshawn nra Stuff which is fine. And i should have to do my customary disclosure. Which is that. I did go to jail so that is really where. I got my my hose. Anything you can see the semi writing as well which is a real combination of of colloquial like mainstream kind of slang and the higher register that could be interpreted as literary or more serious. And i think that it really does come from this kind of normal upbringing in west virginia combined with suddenly. I'm at yale. And then i moved to europe.

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Former top aide details sexual harassment allegations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

03:49 min | Last week

Former top aide details sexual harassment allegations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

"It is and what I was saying before. It is kind of a threat thing, But I worked with the guy that every woman referred to his creepy Joe, and he was a perfectly nice guy. But do we all know him? Is he? No, No, no, no, no. This is years ago. Those corporate America years ago. Not not that show. Not the one of the oval. Okay? No, no, no, no, no, not him. He's perfectly lovely. Um But like he would say to me that I had to work with Joe and he would be like he would always comment about all that such a nice dress. You're wearing something like that, But it was just the way that he said it would make me feel like alright, back off. Big guy, You know, like it just was the way, he said it was another co worker. A male co worker could say what? Why you look really necessary, but thank you because it was the way they said it. It's the vibe. It's the total vibe, but I don't know how you fix that vibe. Guys, I don't know. But if you're creepy, your creepy The heavy breathing is kind of a giveaway. Oh, if a woman looks you goes, I think we should take a shower. Now you're probably that guy. So now, of course, Cuomo's AIDS or denying that this happened. They deny the claims because she was very specific when she said she was on that plane in October, 2017 and and who was on who was seated next to her, she wrote, As I said that his press aide was to my right. A state trooper was behind us. Well, Cuomo's press secretary, a woman, by the way, kid. Caitlyn Garrard. Gerard dismissed the allegation, she said in a statement. As we said before Miss Boylan's claims of inappropriate behavior or quite simply false, and she cited flight logs detailing Cuomo's plane trips in October of 2017 and said there was quote no flight, where Lindsay was alone with the governor, a single press aide and a New York state trooper as she claimed in the block post, And she also cited a joint statement from several former aides who shared flights of the governor and Boylan during that period, who denied the That occurred as she described. We were on each of these October flights. This conversation did not happen. Yes. So that's all a lie. That's a complete lie. The statement itself is alive. Why it's provably alive. In fact, Lindsay Boylan, in her statement, never said she was alone with those people on the flight. She never once made that allegation. The Congress. The governor's office is inventing an allegation to knock down this is a strong man, Lindsay Boylan never said she was alone. With the governor, a press aide and in New York state trooper. She never said that there was nobody else on that flight or anything like that. The governor's office releases a statement claiming well, there were more people on that flight, contrary to what she claims in her block. Plus, she never claimed that never for a moment. The only thing she claimed, was that the press aide and the New York State trooper were near her. When the governor suggested that they play strip poker. That's the on Lee thing, she alleged. So even in the defense here we see dishonesty come out of Cuomo's office immediately. Their first instinct is to lie. Yeah, well, this sexual harassment working group, which is an organization formed by seven former New York state legislative employees who witnessed or experienced harassment in the state's political landscape. I have called for an independent investigation enter out into her allegations, and you have Congresswoman Elise Stefanik calling for Cuomo to resign. In the wake of both of these scandals with the nursing home handling with coronavirus deaths. And now this sexual harassment allegation as well, she said he has earned the title is worse Governor in America and now every New Yorker knows that he's a criminal sexual predator. And she said, You know, I called for this when these allegations came out in December on December 14th that was one of the first and on Lee elected officials in New York state to call for an investigation.

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Times Square, NYC Then And Now

Talk, Tales and Trivia

04:32 min | Last week

Times Square, NYC Then And Now

"If you haven't been. I will make sure that you feel like you have. I hope that you enjoy this episode. You know new york city is fantastic. And i love it a matter of fact i have been there many times and i used to live there as i will tell you in this episode but i also want to tell you that it was in the late seventies and eighties entered the nineties. That new york city star to lose its attraction. It started to lose the people that came to visit and it star to be a real dumpster. People didn't want to visit new york anymore and so it was the governor's the mayor's and police commissioners started to take back new york city rebuild new york city one step at a time starting with times square in nineteen eighty eight is to murray hill in new york city. I lived in a three story. Walk up but first and second avenue on thirty first street not exactly prime real estate but safe enough. It was near the united nations and right above the entrance to the queens midtown tunnel Now you know if you are a new yorker or visited new york you know exactly where i lived then a couple of years later i found myself living in the salvation army apartment building for women. It was ideal. It served two meals a day and it was right across the street from the much coveted. Grammercy park the oh so glamorous and it was a close walk to eighteenth street between fifth and sixth avenues where i worked. I thought it was a dream. Come true and it was. I never really ventured to the west side past sixth avenue or anywhere near times square. Well that's what we're talking about. Today is times square and new york city. Everything i needed was right around where i lived but times square was unmistakably a major part of the city no doubt a black guy on the city a disappointment to the twelve hours of manhattan and somewhere that was to be avoided if wanted to dodge trouble darkness dealings and drugs. If you have seen the two thousand and nineteen movie joker with walking phoenix. Ps and by the way. I suggest that you might have an idea of the area and new york city. That was the cd and trashy times square. The closest thing. I can compare it to is a scenes in the movie joker to find a seedier place was difficult when they were filming. The movie and times square didn't look like does today so in the two thousand nineteen movie joker with no cd place to replicate times square. Really the producers of the movie had to go to newark new jersey a real old fashioned pit hole. If ever there was one to newark that was of the same timeframe as the movie never fixed up and never given a real chance to survive and today's society. It's a real shame but it depicts it perfectly times square where beauty came to die. No kidding in nineteen eighty six. When i was there there were multiple pornographic theaters and times square. The motion picture association of america introduced its rating system that included an x rating dip became associated with pornography. And so all the movies that were in times square were x. rated or the dreaded triple x. and everything was pornography back then pornography and. I should say drugs. The times square as a porn capital error was part of new york city's in the seventies and eighties amid its fiscal crisis. And later the crack cocaine epidemic which was rampant and it wasn't until the mid nineteen eighties that there was a push to clean up times square and new york city

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New York PD officer and Marine charged in violent Washington, DC riot

Steve Scott

00:47 sec | Last week

New York PD officer and Marine charged in violent Washington, DC riot

"Yorkers have been charged for their alleged roles. In last month's capital riot, CBS Two's Dick Brennan tells us who they are, or Republican committeeman 46 year old Philip Grillo of Glen Oaks, Queens, who authorities say barged into the capital through a broken window, and Thomas Webster of upstate New York, a retired NYPD officer and marine veteran. Charged with assaulting a police officer with the Marine Corps flagpole as an American. And his army veteran. It's sad to see us attacked by our fellow citizens. Capitol police captain Carnation Mendoza told the Senate hearing. The attack left her scarred. I received chemical burns to my face that still have not healed to this day. Webster served in an NYPD unit that provided security for the mayor. He retired from the NYPD in 2011.

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New York City to test no-police mental crisis response in Harlem

Lynda Lopez

01:05 min | Last week

New York City to test no-police mental crisis response in Harlem

"After several incidents of mentally ill New Yorkers killed by police. The city Council is considering several bills that would reduce the NYPD is response to such calls, WCBS reporter Marla Diamond explains. While the NYPD is use of deadly force has declined the city Council's mental health Committee Chairwoman Farrell Lewis of Brooklyn. Says 16 Mentally ill. New Yorkers in crisis have been killed by police in the past five years. So how many one New York is that we need to die or experienced violence? What trauma at the hands of police before we say enough City Public advocate you money. Williams Bill would create a three digit number for mental health emergencies with public health professionals responding We have to Also remember there was something goes wrong. If something went wrong, everyone was saying, Well, where was the police? We have to change that dynamic because we know even one police. Are there things go wrong. The city will begin a pilot program this spring and three Harlem precinct's where city social workers and f d N y E M. T s will be the response to nonviolent mental health emergencies for the first time in New York City's

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2 FEMA Vaccine Sites Open In Queens, Others To Open Across New York City

Weekend News

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

2 FEMA Vaccine Sites Open In Queens, Others To Open Across New York City

"They're taking appointments for the cove in 19 vaccine from eligible New Yorkers at two FEMA sites in Queens and inoculations begin Wednesday. Christi Collision Has this. The mass vaccination sites had Medgar Evers College and York College or set to open on Wednesday every day from 8 A.m. to 8 P.m.. He's federally backed sights are set to vaccinate 3000 people per day. Priority starts with those and surrounding zip codes than opening up to the whole Brooklyn and Queens Burrows a week after opening Appointment could be made under the AM I eligible page on the state website or by calling in famous sites in Buffalo, Rochester, Albany and Yonkers are set to open on March 3rd. With appointment registration opening up on

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"What I was not prepared for was the odd for me -ality that he imposed on himself and his guests there was no conversation as such one guest had just returned that day from Paris where the imboden talks were going on Nixon asked him to give us a report on the subject which he did at some length while we sat and listened when he was through Nixon gave us his views on the subject during which absolute silence reigned while the Butler freshened up our drinks the three Chinese men who were presumably accustomed to feigning interest at the interminable meetings of the Communist Party gave these disquisitions their full rapt attention while most of the Americans gently slumbered arms crossed in front of them Chin uh-huh resting on their chests what kept my attention focused was not the subject of Cambodia but the fact that Nixon was in the habit of referring to himself in the third person something I had never heard anyone do before not even members of the British Royal Fan family when Nixon was president he'd say his dark eyes flickering over his guests as if he expected one of us to challenge it mm when Nixon was president and leader of the free world as leader of the free world were also an office to which he had been elected.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Hello it's Ilya Marritz Co host of Trump Inc Donald trump is the only recent accident to not release his tax returns the only president you can pay directly by booking a room at his hotel he shreds rules sometimes literally he didn't hear acas worth the tour memos or things and just throw them in the trash so took something from White House staff look you can't do that. Trump inc an open investigation into the business of trump from PROPUBLICA and WNYC subscribe wherever you get your podcasts this is the New Yorker radio hour thanks for being with us today I'm David Ramnik for reasons that are pretty obvious Richard Nixon's name has been coming up all the time in the news lately and one of the most acute portraits of the late president was an essay by Michael Korda that ran in the New Yorker in nineteen ninety four quarter I got to know Nixon pretty well during the long years after the ex-president left Washington there is a theory that great men have large heads and prominent features think of Charles de Gaulle and his nose LBJ and his ears FDR and his jaw and by this standard if no other Richard Nixon had reached greatness his head was enormous is jowls and ski jump knows where Justice cartoonist had always portrayed them his is dark in penetrating most striking of all was his voice a deep rumbling Bosso Phunto rather like an avalanche the distance Michael Korda Nixon weren't exactly friends quarter says editor he worked on the books that Nixon published with Simon and Schuster and in nineteen eighty nine he was invited to a dinner at Nixon's home in Saddle River New Jersey and on that night it turned out the former president was conducting a little shout of diplomacy of his own something very much on our minds right now here's Dylan Baker reading from Michael Curtis Account of that night with Gregg Star as Richard Nixon within a mile or so of New Jersey Commercial Strip full of mini malls service stations Nixon's house was tucked away as secretly Shangrila behind high dense growths of trees and hedges it was impossible for any casual and you'd find rather like any number of cul de sacs in Belair but without palm trees Nixon staff had presented with careful instructions on how to reach the house but it seemed a little puzzled that I was driving myself their puzzlement became clear as I pulled up before the entrance a row of limousines to one side made it evident that Nixon's guests tended to be driven by chauffeurs yes I had driven my silver Porsche. The courtyard was a blacktop space big enough for a good sized motel the security people at the door seemed uncertain what to make of the car the weather because it was frivolous or foreign I wasn't sure and inside I found most of my fellow guests milling about the entrance hall looking suitably solemn I recognize Robert Aplin up a large jovial looking man who had been in the limelight as a Nixon backer and personal friend during Watergate there was the CEO of Archer Daniels Midland an assistant secretary of state and a former U S representative to NATO there were also three Chinese gentleman all with the bland inscrutable faces of professional diplomats the senior of them was Hans Shoe China's depart eating ambassador there were no women present it was to be a stag dinner Nixon appeared at the top of the stairs at exactly the moment we had been summoned for he descended halfway stretched out his arms justice he used to do when he was campaigning with a broad smile gentleman the good news is bar is open as I was shortly to discover drinks in the Nixon household were not to be taken or even held lightly they were Sir served in immense heavy tumblers and every time guest took a sip Nixon who had an eagle is a host would attract the Butler attention it better fresh up Mr Cora's drink I ordered one of his famous dockery's made with almost no sugar the recipe for which was said to be one of his more closely guarded secrets the president claim to make the best dachary ever and I can report that it lived up to expectation nations.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

15:59 min | 1 year ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Did your lunch but I I can't help it. Ask what is the mood like in Washington this week. I it seems to me like it's it hasn't been this way in a very long time time. I saw somebody referring to it as shock tober pretty silly but Washington has is these weeks days when the wheels feel like they're coming off and that's usually in the early days of a scandal or investigation when Pundit Information Shen starts to break free and I feel like usually you know it could end up being wrong but usually in Washington. There's a pretty strong conventional wisdom and Dan people have a sense of how the politics of something are going to shake out and here you will run into people who will allow that they could see it both ways as at the beginning of impeachment could be the day that Donald Trump won reelection and you can get to tell you that and yet nonetheless feel they need to scene. You can have Republicans save opposite. Which is you know? I know that's been the conventional wisdom but we're really terrified that this is gonna be awful for us. You know if I'm a congressional Republican. How do I see a decent outcome for me and the party here. Is there a template of defense that they can look to historically well. These seem to be quite upset just that there's not been a more vigorous defense and obviously it does vary by district but most of the Republicans right now now. They aren't even defending trump on the facts they. There's a lot of shouting about the whistle blower about a coup in progress there's there's a lot of demands to investigate Joe Biden to investigate Muller and in the basis on his report basically to the office skate and to throw up kind of chaff but when you strip it away it's interesting that they're not really defending trump so there was a routine on Saturday night live in which was sitting here was a kind of typical Washington panel. You forgive me and this one is saying it's a turning point and this is horrible this horrible and in this kind of wised up African American academic says yes but it's not going to matter and this sense in that I mean how many scandals those have we had. We've had hush money payments to porn stars. We've had the mullahs report which has ten indications of possible obstruction of justice. This says now consigned to history. It almost seems. Is there any reason to believe that Donald Trump can't survive this look. I was really really struck to your point. There's a new poll out today. That's getting circulation here. In Washington that would underscore this a monmouth survey that chose it forty percent sound. Republicans believe that trump raised the issue of investigating Joe Biden his son in the phone call with the Ukrainian president. Even though that is actually in the transcript at the White House itself released so I mean propaganda works telling a lie over and over and over again at least enough people start to believe it. US On twitter whether we should call this whole affair Ukraine Gate. has anyone been able to come up with a name that works better yet. It's funny that you mention that I was going to put that in my column this week. I got thousands of responses. Some of my favorite evert were more on contrast. John John Oliver Stupid Watergate Stupid Watergate. A lot of people said that you cranium one on my favorite responsive was Monday on Monday Susan. Thanks so much thank you David. The.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

The New Yorker: Poetry

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

"We invite poets to selective home the New Yorker archive to read and discuss along with the palm of their own. That's been published in the magazine my guest today. Deborah Landau, author of the uses of the body and the last usable our both Lannan literary selections she's received a Guggenheim fellowship and the Robert Dana and hinge prize for poetry. And she directs the creative writing program at New York University. Welcome Deborah, thanks so much. Thanks for joining us today. So the palm you've chosen from the archive is little girl. My string bean, my lovely woman by insects, and can you tell us why this particular poem stood out to you? Well, for for several reasons, but I'll start by saying that it would have been Sexton's ninetieth birthday this month. And I thought it would be nice to read this in her honor. Grant, let's hear it. And then we can talk after. Little girl. My string bean. My lovely woman. My daughter at eleven almost twelve is like a garden. Oh, darling. Born in that sweet birthday suit and having owned it and known it for so long. Now, you must watch high noon, enter noon that ghost our. Oh, funny. Little girl this one under a blueberry sky this one. How can I say that I've known just what you know? And just where you are. It's not a strange place. This I'd home where your face sits in my hand so full of distance so full of its immediate fever. The summer has seized you as when last month in a mall fee? I saw lemons as large as your desk side globe that miniature map of the world, and I could mention to the market stalls of mushrooms and garlic buds all engorged, or I think even of the orchard next door where the berries are done and the apples are beginning to swell and once with our first backyard, I remember planted in Aker of yellow beans. We couldn't eat oh little girl..

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

The New Yorker: Poetry

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

"Editor of the New Yorker magazine, as you may know on this program, we invited poets to poem for the magazines archive to read and chat about along with the palm of their own. That's been published in the New Yorker joining us today is Nick Flynn, the author of several poetry collections memoirs. He's received the Erikson institute prize for excellence in mental health media as well as wards fellowships from Penn Guggenheim foundation and the library of congress. Welcome nick. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks cannon. I saw also that you've been translated into fifteen languages is that right? Yeah. Not the poems. The pros. Yes. One one book has been translated into fifteen Lang exciting. That's amazing. I don't point out one book. One book fifteen times. So the poem you selected today is objectively as blanket, but Zoe hit sig tell us what about this piece caught your attention as you're looking through our archives the archives is you know, you have to sort of sort through them. They you don't have a whole list of poets that you know. And then you should like remember poem and see you have to sort of actually sure gauge it page comes up this ten in each page. And I my my attention online is is not huge. And so I got through twenty pages of that twenty pages twenty pages. And then just put in Poland. She wanted to just look through and see the past. I didn't see the little search button. So okay. And I actually didn't want do actor after quite a walks. I realize on each page that'd be like ten poets. And I would know either them personally or know of their work pretty well of most of the pages and occasionally be a name that would that. I didn't know. Right. And then after a while I began to read a lot. The poems and after a while be really interested in the post. I'd never heard of before. Yeah. Sure. And I decided to go for that. Okay. All right. So we hear the poem. Sure. I'd love to you. Yeah. Let's hear it objectively as blanket. No, the police hyenas on hearing five confessions for false in one to irresistible nor the mental health elephant tusks by the state, nor the common sense store twisting at the prosecutors feet, nor the one the one juror uneasy facing eleven pale sheep at bay all day all night for conviction, nor the governor, sir, nor the common sense stork. Now in a not nor the shots. No, the clause unbending nor the clause bending nor seeing his fitful approach did one turn back to flip the window latch for the life form. Nearly breaking himself on glass, nor the next governor nor the state carriage horses trotting ever steady blinders acute to the I nor the widower how he could how could he Puma and pull focus not defense counsel. Not for lack of it, nor the stork is she breathing. Is there such a thing as breathing here? Does it mean? The polyester the Royal blue the blanket on the bed of the mother of two. That was objectively as blanket by Zoe hit sig which ran in the March twentieth. Twenty seventeen issue of the magazine while it's really great to hear you re. I love all those Nores. It's it's the denial before the admission, I suppose, how did you hear those? Yeah. I mean the negating opponent at the beginning. I thought was really interesting strategy just to get me into it and just seem to be willing to like right from the beginning to exist in this state of instability, and you know, already with the first line having not being chromatic Lee, completely correct perhaps, and it just allowing that sort of while tumbling energy along with negation and long with a stuttering to nor the one the one juror without even a comet like just doing a lot of things that are genuine to itself. I think. Yeah. Once invested in language and the ways that we might. Miss your language or hear language differently. And I I love that about it. But it's also I think interested in the kind of rhetoric nor the governor, sir this kind of old fashioned Roderick..

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

The New Yorker: Poetry

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry

"Kevin young poultry under the New Yorker magazine and the director of the center for research in black culture on this program. We invite poets twos Apoel from the New Yorker archive to read and discuss then we asked them to read one of their own poems. That's when published in the magazine Mike s today is Tarrant Hayes a chancellor of the kademi of American poets. Current poetry editor at the New York Times magazine distinguished professor of English at the university of Pittsburgh and distinguished writer in residence at New York University. His many honors include a MacArthur fellowship a Guggenheim fellowship and the national book award for poetry, welcome Terrance. Hey, man. Good to be here. Good to see you. So the poem you've chosen to read his fire by Matthew Dickman, tell us what in particular about this poem Katcher is you're sifting through the archive. Well, naturally, I thought about my own palm, which of my own poems. I would pick. And then I sorta backed up and recalled reading this. Poem and thinking that there in conversation. So I wanted to figure that out with you today just to see what these two poems doing with each other. Let's give it a listen. Here's Terrance Hayes reading fire by Matthew Dickman fire. Oh fire. You burn me at a singing behind the smoke in Kohl's his wife near him. The rest of us below the stars swimming above Washington state burning through themselves. He's like an appellation prince Henry with his banjo and whiskey the court surrounding him and the deer off in the dark hills like the French terrified, but in love and hungry. I'm burning all the time my pockets full of matches and lighters. The blue smoke crawling out like a skinny ghost from between. My lips my lungs on fire. The wings of them falling from the open sky, the top of Michelle's long hands looked like the beautiful coats leopards have covered dark spots all the cigarettes. She would like and then smash out her is the color of hairspray cloudy and stingy and gone. But beautiful she carried her hands around like. To terrible letters of introduction. I never understood who could have opened them read them aloud still thrown her onto a bad still walk into the street. She was still lit what little fuse. She had left. Oh fire. You burn me. My sister, and I and southern comfort making us singer and spark the family ash all around us the way she is beautiful to me in her singular, blaze, my brain lighting up my tongue like a monk in wartime a wash and RH silk and flames.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Oh mm a this is the new yorker radio hour i'm david ramnik wrong the y uae like it from guinea midnight why man dry in miles away lead free last year i spent a few days with the songwriter leonard cohen cohen had been avoiding interviews for the past four or five six years but once he agreed to talk we talk for days and covered the length and breadth of his career and i'm grateful that i had the chance to visit when i did because not long after leonard cohen died at the age of eighty two cohen once wrote a song called the tower of song in which he compared himself really unfavourably to hank williams but along with the other masters bob dylan certainly joni mitchell konya west everybody's got their own list leonard cohen is way up there in the ranks of songwriters when i visited him in los angeles he was suffering from a number of very serious illnesses although he was keeping that very very private he was in deep pain especially from compression fractures in his spine and he had to sit in the big blue medical chair you was very thin may be a hundred and ten pounds at the most but i have to say that he was in a bullion mood somehow for a man who knew where life was taking him and it was going to take him there in a hurry he was the most gracious toast the side of my mother.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

"That was david sideroads reading roy spivey by miranda july the story appeared in the june 11th 2007 issue of the new yorker and was published in the anthology the book of other people by penguin this new yorker podcast is supported by msnbc news in politics are more complicated and fast moving than ever every weeknight chris matthews chris hayes rachel maddow in lawrence o'donnell deliver sharp journalism clear context and award winning original reporting to help you make sense of these times in the world we live in join them weeknights seven to eleven pm eastern on msnbc and then the purported john lee anderson knows latin american politics better than almost anyone in this week on the new yorker radio hour he brings us a rare interview with the president of venezuela were political and economic chaos may give russia an opening very close to the united states we should be engaging with finish where the because it is going through the sewer on our watch that's john lee anderson on the new york radio our from wnyc studios listen wherever you get your podcasts let's just these saddest thing in the world this is mrs your reaction to reading this law reaction it is i feel like i was devastated is the character was at the end of that story so for you this is a very unhappy ending yeah well i mean she says it if it the number had shepherded her through her adult life so it had gotten her this far but now she's going to have to figure out how to get from here until the end so she was on the plane she had this encounter she was given this number and completely counter intuitively understood the number to be some kind of lucky talisman rather than an actual phone number to use her this change your life why did this overcome this strange inertia she's been suffering from me she knew that the number four was the last number of the number but she was just holding that out like will i can call him if things get bed others call roy he'll remember me do you think that's what it is because it's only.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

"This is the new yorker fiction podcast from the new yorker magazine i'm deborah tradesman fiction editor at the new yorker last month in honor of the tenth anniversary of the new yorker fiction podcast we asked you to vote for your favorite episode from our first 10 years what amazed us was it out of more than one hundred twenty episodes seventy one different podcast got at least one vote and most of them got many more than that the final winner was an episode from two thousand twelve in which david sideroads fred and discussed the story roy spivey by miranda july the great selection and we're happy to release the episode now thank you to everyone who voted and thank you to all of our listeners for making this podcast such rewarding thing to work on this is the new yorker fiction podcast from the new yorker magazine each month we invite a writer to choose a story from the magazines archives to read and discuss this month were going to hear roy spivey by miranda july he slept for the first hour and it was startling to see such a famous face look so vulnerable an empty the story was chosen by david sideroads who's personal essays and humor pieces have been appearing in the new yorker for nearly two decades he's published eight books including me talk pretty one day dress your family and quarter and dunham and when you were engulfed in flames high david i'd ever similar under july published a story collection called noone belongs him more than you a few years ago and two of her stories of appeared the magazine but she's also perhaps better known as a film director and performer she wrote directed and start into feature movies me and you and everyone we know in two thousand five in last year's the future but what side of her work to you know best i was not from you.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"New yorker radio hour is supported by msnbc every weeknight chris matthews chris hayes rachel meadow in lawrence o'donnell deliver sharp journalism and clear context to help you make sense of these times weeknights seven to eleven eastern on msnbc oh these are just anecdotes but it's building up into something more coherent and i think he he sings really try to unravel what his ties says is sort of country he'd abide under their own convenient anzen it's not clear where it goes nuts from one world trade center in manhattan this is the new yorker radio hour a coproduction of wnyc studios and the new yorker welcome to the new yorker radio hour i'm david ramnik staff writer sheila kaul had car covers a lot of business stories for the new yorker and she's been looking at a tremendous economic change going on in our country right now she has been reporting on how automation is making its way into industries that are still depending very much on human labour with robots that are much more advanced than what you might imagine in an automotive factory for example and every time robotics makes another leap forward economist start worrying with good reason here sheila kolhatkar why first became interested in this because income inequality is one of the defining issues of our time and time it's one of the major reasons that president trump one elected office it was one of the strong motivations of many of his voters and in occurred to me the technology and automation might be partly to blame and this actually defies conventional wisdom because in the past tech.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"New yorker radio our is supported by msnbc news in politics are more complicated in fastmoving than ever every weeknight chris matthews chris hayes rachel matto and lawrence o'donnell deliver sharp journalism clear context an awardwinning original reporting to help you make sense of these times in the world we live in join them weeknights seven to eleven pm eastern on msnbc new yorker radio our is supported by goldman sachs some of the most important questions facing the world today intersect with the global capital markets climate change autonomous driving the future of china's economic growth on exchanges i goldman sachs the firm's podcast you'll hear discussions on topics with farreaching implications like these think of it as a place to get insights from some of the world's leading thinkers on markets industries and the global economy available on your favorite podcast app andgscompodcast radio our listeners it's me david remnant now i'm not a pet person i can't imagine why you would have an animal other than a human being in your home here's our killed but i know him in the minority on this and if your family is on the other side of this debate we've got the podcast for you how can you hear my voice it a headphones wnyc studios has a new show for kids of all ages made by pets here with me at all always is benny that you're about any off any this podcast has fleas tells the stories of a dog and cat aero and they're dueling podcast thanks to while you cat lovers who downloaded my hit new single featured in last week's episode let's hear a little bit of it now.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"So it's a cityscape of people standing on window ledges and that was your first cover but now you've become known as a really a great political artist you know like thomas nast or herblock or but yourself did you think of yourself as a political person growing up i absolutely not no that was my thing at all i mean i like taki and some baseball and then pop music as i got a little older i had a dorothy hamill period where i was drawing her a lot of that ended but uh i i i think i mean as i wrote in the book it seemed like when monica lewinsky gate happened when that stuff started when political news became pop culture news and i was doing regular stuff for entertainment weekly and they started asking me to to draw bill clinton and i was drawing bill clinton for the new yorker as well it's sort of happened from there what do you want your political are to do you you've done dozens of of car governor is about george w bush that was a favorite um uh a subject for certain and dozens of covers about obama and will go into some of the specifics in a second in now trump hadn't even greater rate um is anybody of all your subjects of all your political subjects a favorite somebody don't get sick off i mean people i draw subject i mean i don't get sick of of the act of drawing trump because i mean it's he's an amazing specimen to draw as i think a lot of presidents are know crazily enough.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"New yorker radio hour is supported by msnbc every weeknight chris matthews chris hayes rachel meadow in lawrence o'donnell deliver sharp journalism and clear context to help you make sense of these times weeknights seven to eleven eastern on msnbc new yorker radio our is supported by the economist from gluten to globalization the economist cuts through the noise and brings you stories that matter and now the economist is offering you a special opportunity get a free copy when you visit www dotted collumnistcomradio hour or search economists new yorker two sir perry during the butler west and me that right i basically to speak to be interesting to look at the emergence of a criminal economy also on the only from these on more profile profiles this really subversive strings in rapid specially and see what july's molecular the from one world trade center in manhattan this is the new yorker radio hour a coproduction of wnyc studios and the new yorker welcome to the new yorker radio hour i'm david ramnik i don't think there's a keener observer of american politics in life than barry blet now forgive me for bragging a little bit when i say this because berries been one of the great cover art is for the new yorker for a very long time by way of introduction i'm going to read you the blurb for his new book which is called pretty logically blet here's how it goes quote a gorgeous hilarious and provocative compendium of the awardwinning artist illustrations for the new yorker the new york times vanity fair at center at cetera and so forth now i'm quoting this is directly from his website continues quote barry blitz cartoons have been lampooning american politics and culture blablabla etcetera etcetera this lavish fullcolor collection showcases more than a quartercentury of its cetera and so on and so forth you get the idea the less said about it the better and quote berry tell me about this book the decision to do a book.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"New yorker radio hour is supported by msnbc every weeknight chris matthews chris hayes rachel meadow in lawrence o'donnell deliver sharp journalism and clear context to help you make sense of these times weeknights seven to eleven eastern on msnbc oh the survey perry during the bought direct felt right i basically to speak to be interesting to look at the emergence of a criminal economy also i'm only for these that on more profile her really subversive strange day in round especially nc with delays malek herbert said the glenn from one world trade center in manhattan this is the new yorker radio hour a coproduction of wnyc studios and the new yorker welcome to the new yorker radio hour i'm david ramnik 2017 has been quite a year horrendous year in some ways with many natural disasters three of the worst hurricanes in memory the worst wildfire season on record in california and trip everything climate science tells us the future hold more frequent events like this more severe events as the planet continues to warm not long ago as houston was scrambling to deal with destruction from hurricane harvey the new yorkers caroline cormon was on a small boat she was there along with the radio our seren knicks in the middle of the chesapeake bay and their to a storm was heading their way were and when the mayor headed out to rescue a baby asprey how old even get is peres lazy they're not ready to fire yet and they might be on travel with the storm coming tomorrow.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

"This is the new yorker fiction podcast from the new yorker magazine i'm deb retracement fiction editor at the new yorker each month we invite a writer to choose a story from the magazines archives to read and discuss this month were going to hear extra by ye lee which was published in the new yorker in december of two thousand three granny lynn gasps she has never had a husband in her life and the prospect of a dead husband frightens her yet auntie wong makes the decision for her right then in there between two fish stance and in a short time she finds granny lynn a match the story was chosen by sarah swan yenbuying them who's the author of two novels miss hempel chronicles and madeleine his sleeping which was a finalist for the national book award in two thousand four hi sarah hi debra so extra was it was the first story by ian lee that was published in the new yorker back in two thousand three and i believe it was only the second story that she'd published anywhere was the first piece of her set you read it was it was an i remember feeling excitement both because of the work itself and also because we had just missed each other at iowa but i had already sort of heard about this wonderful writer who was coming out of the program what impression did the story make on you and you're in it the story felt very poignant to me because the character of granny lynn and i imagine the stories taking place somewhere in the nineties maybe the midnineties or so let character of granny land is around the same age as my own mother um and my mother left china in 1949 and i was struck when i was reading the story of oh if my mother had stayed what might her life had look look like and and in some ways this story offered a window into what another life another self might have looked like river my mother the other thing i was struck by when i first read it.

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"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"new yorker" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

"This new yorker podcast is supported by book of the month book of the month makes reading more fun and discovering great new bucks easier than ever every month they select five new hardcover releases that are truly worth reading you pick your favorite and they ship it to your door in a fund to open box from there it's time to curl up a get lost in a great story then cut back next month and do it all again this new yorker podcast is supported by mcgleish studying for standardized tests is stressful the act an sat influence college admissions and scholarships the gre g matt allen fat and end cat cadillac for grad school fortunately mcgleish online test prep help students wake up on test day confident and prepared magoche provide students with hundreds of practice questions steady schedules nvidia lessons plus access to expert tears best of all planned start at seventy nine dollars enter promo code new yorker at mcgleish dot com for twenty percent off this is david remnant from the new yorker radio hour this weekend let it talked with david simon whose new hbo show is a greedy dark with compelling look at the point industry in the 1970s in order to shape the whole story and to bring it to a point that it needed to be this could in no way be glorious persian sects were needed looms voice on the rural david simon on the deuce he joins me this week on the new yorker radio our from wnyc studio can find us wherever you get your podcasts.

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