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"nitra" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"People who've expanded the norms of gender and sexuality in the performing arts. Mercedes Benz embraces the freedom of individual expression and continues to support and stand with the LGBTQIA+ community. Listen all month long as we share stories of proud individuals whose authentic expression in their lives and bodies of work have challenged norms, driving society forward. Hello, from wonder media network I'm director and entertainer, Raven symone, and this is women manica. I'm so excited to host this final week of will manica Pride Month with my wife, content creator and podcast host, Miranda pyramid mayday, who you'll hear from tomorrow. This month, will manica is highlighting queer stars of the stage and screen. Today we're talking about a star of the stage and screen whose undeniable sense of humor broke barriers. Both the first queer woman and first black cast member of Saturday Night Live, this trailblazing performer is rarely given her do. Let's talk about danitra fans. I'm here if you will to promote my lifestyle. If you are a straight woman, please, please, please do not be offended. I was once straight also. It's a phase. Dmitri Vance was born in Chicago. As a young girl, she excelled in debate in theater, as a student at Chicago's Roosevelt college, dnieper's dynamic theater performances earned her intrigue to the Webber Douglas academy of dramatic art in London. There, she studied to become a classically trained Shakespearean actress, yet when she moved to New York after graduation, she was unable to find work. She was told, sorry, blacks don't do Shakespeare. Momentarily defeated, D nitra took a job teaching high school in Gary Indiana, but she kept her love for performing alive. She worked shop characters in comedy routines in her free time. She performed at the famed second city comedy club in Chicago. In 1981, Dmitri took another swing at making it in New York. This time she was far more successful. D nitra found her footing at BAC a downtown. The Brooklyn arts council alternative performing space, BA, CA helped launch the careers of other legendary performers like Spike Lee, Danny DeVito, and Susan Lori parks. Dmitri continued to workshop characters and developed a style that uniquely combined her technical training with her instinct for comedy. Her success at BAC a led to a 6 month residency at the experimental off Broadway theater la mama. The show was called danitra vans and the mellow white boys. Denatured performed characters in front of a group of white male backup singers. A review for the show in The Village Voice read, danitra Vance creates magic of a sharper sort. Due to her success at la mama, in 1985, Janet got a big break. Dinitro was cast in the 11th season of Saturday Night Live. Although SNL had featured black performers in the past, the nature became the first black person to formally join the cast. Alongside fellow member Terry Sweeney, D nitra was one of the first LGBTQ cast members in the show's history. Although at the time, only Terry was open about his sexuality, D nitra was not. Denis was time on SNL was complicated, while her presence was barrier breaking, she was often limited to stereotypically black roles. When she could, denature used her air time to push back on these stereotypes and complicate the dominant narratives around black women. One of her most famous sketches was called I play the maids, it was a parody of the Barry Manilow song I write the songs. In it, dimitra bemoans the constant stereotyping she faced as a black performer. She similarly spoofed the 1960s sitcom that girl in a sketch called that black girl. Another standout contribution to Denis time on SNL includes Shakespeare in the slums. In this sketch de nitro once again defies expectations with her mastery of the Shakespearean text. If. That purpose marriage send word but what I prepare to come to be where and I would time that will perform the right. That means marry man. I'm not giving up nothing to you marry me. Fellow comedian Marina Franklin reflected on Dimitri's life in an interview for vulture, of denatures performance in Shakespeare in the slums, Marina said she was the first black woman to sort of go outside of the stereotype while doing a stereotypical character. Still, denature remained frustrated with her experience at SNL and opted to leave the show when the season ended, but denatured performing career was far from over. In 1986, dimitra won an NAACP Image Award that same year, she appeared in the off Broadway production of the colored museum. Danitra went on to form a successful creative partnership with the playwright George C Wolfe a few years later, denature starred in his play spunk, an adaptation of zora, Neal hurston short stories. Denise's performance in spunk earned her an obie award. Danitra also took her talents to the big screen, she landed supporting roles in the film's sticky fingers, the war of the roses and hanging with the homeboys, and leading roles in the film's limit up with Ray Charles and little man Tate with Jodie Foster. In 1990, dinitro was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a mastectomy. She captured her experience in a performance piece called the radical girl's guide to radical mastectomy. In 1993, her cancer resurfaced, and a year later she died. Only a few of her obituaries mentioned her longtime partner, Jones Miller. Even in death, denatured pursued comedy, instead of the traditional funeral, denatured final request was for her family to throw her a going away party at an amusement park. They obliged and spent the day throwing bean bags in bobbing for apples. Lesbianism, a few good women, I've got sunshine on a cloudy day. When it's cold outside, I've got the month of May. I guess you say, what can make me feel this way, you know? 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"nitra" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"And so tackling. The employee assistance area the traditional price. I think it's important to understand that. I how things were done previously. And how that compares to how we operate so really when it comes to support for mental health physical medically she's employees. The traditional approach was really solid. Organization says prada's betray. She's quite separately. That were largely quite passive side. I'm suppo- only kick in once. People reached out for assistance and typically when something was already critical Support was actually pretty non responsive cy when an employee for example might need help with a mental health issue like anxiety or depression or stream stress than they would often be winding dies or even wake sometimes months to say a counselor psychologists. I saw that we take a really different approach. Way abroad in in the nitra 'support and we're really proactive as well so when a company does onto saw the this offer save insignificantly different experience levels of support festival again access to the stone to app. That's a critical part of the of the pace in. That's really that ticket too. Broad and comprehensive systems across three k. Peelers basical site t. medical health and mental wellness is. Reid faces content in the app that provides a really everyday in laws on demand support across those areas on the also security connects those members by chattan fines about twenty four seven operation center in sydney on that allows them to speak to nurses doctors. A mental health professionals within seconds anytime of the dow not does accessible That person to triage and understand the issue that if icing provide immediate support in ongoing support for that person going forward and finally the critical part of the support platform in service that we provide you touched on is ability to have physical respondents on the ground by someone saw so we can get one of our paypal bassem inside. I within twenty minutes across ninety percent of the population. And that's using iron on demand network of saunders. Orb is the highly trained professionals. Lastly extra few minutes services people right so when you pull that together alpacas mentionable west and number of others we have about forty lodge organizations culprits government as well as about half of australia's universities through 'alliance insurance partnership that really got access to this one stop solution to care for their people are now every scenario. Imagine i if you take an example end what you're talking about just seems a lot more comprehensive than anything that i've heard of previously domestic violence is a scourge on australian society at the moment unfortunately but is that the sort of thing which is often unrelated to the workplace that if i was an employee of an organization that was with sunda in involved in a domestic violence dispute that could reach out to you. That's right it is unfortunately all too common occurrence and it is something that we help. Wave on a daily basis often When somebody contacts us what they're contacting us about isn't the actual issue that his underlying yep so present initially for example as a financial strain issue financial concerns once. We unpack that. Then we discover that. They've got financial concerns because i've left the primary home with their children. Domestic violence situation. There temporary accommodation says suddenly now also physical safety issue. It's a mental health issue as well as financial and so it's multi-layered so people contact us way really unpacking triage and understand what's occurring of course if it's at the threshold of emergency services we get into why we'll facilitate that contact but will survey day to provide ongoing support that member for example if if a domestic violence offenders apprehended by the authorities will be there the victim to provide support them for example taken into temporary accommodation. They care for siphoned secure. Stay with me. Craig will be back in a minute on craig. Cowdery co founder and ceo of sunda. Okay more broadly ninety percent of the population within twenty minutes. You must have a fairly big on coal workforce. Oh we have many hundreds of asanga responders days men and women who are in the community. I force for good. We call them that. I've spent decades seven community in a variety of events. He says his roles they're viable on demand through this respond to our employees in contractors and that allows us a high level of confidence to be able to meet that objective of rapid response on the ground. And we find that. It's really high impact to be able to get into the field. We are technology enabled companies technology's really important but sometimes nothing really bates getting out of the digital welding to the physical bosman saw impact situation on the ground. I'm scared to ask how much demand for your services. While traditionally the employee assistance spice you would say about five to six percent guys utilization of services we fought to six percent of the employees engage in the services that what that means that's correct short. Five to six percent of employees would engage with that employee. Assistance program will pay the traditional coal. Our guy from a rights more around forty percent upwards of seventy ninety percent some about clients and the reason for that is because we have such a broad offering that provides a really everyday value proposition. so for example a proactive notifications send alerts and content to people are personalized biases in the everything from a mental health. Check in to Telling them about severe weather. That's approaching or a police operation that's nearby and builds high contact hot trust and familiarity with that also allows us to tap into those groups of people who wouldn't typically engage with a support program because we start with Threshold use cases and their relationship deals from there. They can tap into mall critically. She's i might be facing in a system with as well like i mentioned. We'll words have been managing. Their work is throughout the covered. Crisis did covered in that instance change. How people wanted to use sunday. Yeah absolutely i mean we. We kicked off your with woolworth's last year in the beginning two thousand employees. We their families as well so it's really is a cross section of the whole driving population. I pretty representative of all sorts of walks. Wlac that we have in the country and say savings actually have them is different. That matches are well that broad offering intensive coveted specifically that is really caused obvious reasons a lot of pressure and strain on everybody but fullest made. I've been taking the country. Our really complex and difficult conditions and our all in supporting them as being early rapid competency support for the mental health issues. That are really spots because Anxiety stress fatigue related conditions are barack through to also helping their frontline where is tied the tools to deal with a not of environment. Customers particularly in the pandemic was stressed out themselves and rats. Also supporting tugged positive stuff of stopping mandated oscillation wellbeing. Checkings physical checkings on those people as well. We've also recently expanded out sock logical supports bullet stuff and our customers in recognition of those increased in aids. And you're done amazing job over loss at eight months and we're pretty proud so play a role in supporting on science. I cannot you work on side place in other emergency services you said before you get out of a way. When they'd bay of what i read your technology was used to contact people at burke straight attack in melbourne back in twenty seventeen when a cow was driven at pedestrians and killed six people. Tell me about that and how that technology was used in. Hey you do interact with the place and other emergency services chore so yeah. Physical site is one of the coal pillars that we assist tweeden's it's really maslow's hierarchy of megan physically scientists to do anything else in a pot about offering his vice alert system. That's what used the back. Straight attack the reference. So we have our sunday monitor system we call it scans the environment open-source information fades local. Breen's the naked impacts wellbeing of a memphis. In that instance the system flagged that attack unfolding in its early stages our prices into here in sydney then to rapid action. We send an alert to all of our members. In the melvin saving day so we geo fenced the area roundabout one hundred people in proximity to that attack.
"nitra" Discussed on Conversations
"Snow ganic pharma back back then and we can do all these things to support and nurture nature. But then it's how we stick onto that stage in how we play it and that's that's what it is about community. And that's why. I see community come together around growing and gardening and sharing and harvest. Because when you plant something you get these hope and you know. I would always be hopeful. When i'd come to their price goes hoping to find papu out in the garden and then hoping that there would be something to eight and they would be. He's a carrot. he's strawberry come and have a look on to helped me with this. Because they are going to be the all leaves that you'll be aiding in a couple of months and do this do that. And you know. It reminds me phillips. The hundred year old garden of it has become one of my best these now and you know who waking up in the morning and just walking out barefoot at one hundred years old to look at what she'd done inci That looks good. But i think i need to do that now. And then i'll do this. And then i'll do that so we build this connection to the die to the wake to the month we create the certainty around around nitra because nights like a metronome. It's gonna turn up every morning. It turns up and how we observe it how we taking the signals the more we cheer goggles to the signals than the more die out out hot and i think that that that that hyper because hope is what keeps everyone going and then when when you have that. Hope you happy and and you step forward. You don't feel you don't feel broken or shattered. Even in the midst of a passing and so on the garden can still give you that com that certainty and that knowledge that things are moving costa. Hope all your son file was blamed on your street and always it's been. It's been a joy to speak with you. Thank you so much for being my guest on conversations. Absolute pleasure sarah. Thanks for.
"nitra" Discussed on KTRH
"New York restaurant after a worker they issued the group of Women refused to show proof of vaccination, and it appears the women were vaccinated. CPB, shutting down the Del Rio port of entry, Robert Durst convicted a murderer in L. A FDA panel yesterday approves Covid boosters only for people 65 or older or immuno compromised. Rice and the Longhorns coming up tonight. News on demand at ktrh dot com. We'll have another update at seven I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and Traffic station. NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. So why? Another reason we like to get specific when when you're calling into the radio program, um, we we want to know if there's a nursery garden center. We trust to help with the products, the right products, things like that, like perfect example of plants for all seasons on 2 49, just south of Jones Road. We also love to mention when you go to a place like that. It's worth the trip. No matter where you're coming from, If you've never been there before, very easy to get to 2 49, just south of Jones wrote. And Family owned and operated love those kind of places because they have a lot of history. They have a lot of expertise over the years and giving you the right product and the right recommendations. And, of course, the right plants as well. Plans for all seasons grows a lot of their own color. You're getting ready for the fall. I think we post about a week ago. Something like that on Facebook showing Hey, Fall color already coming in. I know the dianthus and the proteins were there big time. And of course, all those products that we recommend, like the Medina is like the Nitra falls like the micro life. Uh, you name it. They've got it, Especially a lot of these newer products at the market that are making a big splash. They are usually one of the first always carry them. 2 49, just south of Jones wrote the.
"nitra" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus
"Rectal swabs and blood samples from the cats and dogs presumably not from there. And they used paciotti's mac and some one hundred fifty six dogs and one hundred fifty four cats with tested in total six cats and seven dogs had positive paseo tests and teddy when cats and twenty three dogs tested positive for antibodies and some of the honors with the positive pits a great for them to undergo second round of testing and dole eleven animals in that second round tested positive for antibodies confirming that had covered nineteen so the guy foot pit in forty of out of one hundred ninety six households head antibodies for the virus. The study revealed kevin naunton. He's highly prevalent in pets of people who have had the disease and other other studies. Show that that Basically at the most luckily road of transmission is from the human to the pet rather than from the other way around with them. So what do you think about this. Mac and dc future win. We've tonight at and cats over ninety or can cover non team. I think the key thing here is that there is no evidence that that the animals develop an infection which casts off vars and allows they obviously reacting to the morrison developing antibodies. I have the virus. The pay seattle confirms. They have the virus but tom. It doesn't fermoy understanding. It doesn't look like they carry that they poss- enough to the environment. That it's going to be a source of infection. So i think we're gonna an odd. I think that reported any of the dogs who has became unwell from it as well. I think that was that was my understanding. Yes yes so the answer is no not. The answer is definitely no. So what have we got. But you got something else on the vaccine topic loving my segues today on the vaccine topic. these news to report About a study published on the twenty sixth of my this year in nitra way the first successful attempt to induce immunity against a try penicillin parasite was affected This particular process of immune protection this form of vaccine has long been thought impossible because this class of parasites which causes united that whole series of Of diseases the animal african trypanosomiasis As well as chagas disease and Sleeping sickness Diseases transmitted by the cpt. Fly the the The the likelihood of being able to vaccinate This proposal infection has been considered very very unlikely because of the complex nature of the proteins on the surface of the organism plus the fact that they actually have Process of juggling those proteins of changing them up so that they constantly changing and preventing the host. Antibodies from recognizing the pathogen And so it was largely thought impossible to vaccinate against trump renaissance by Scientists at the wellcome sanger institute Have done the.
"nitra" Discussed on All In The Mind
"Over the past few decades our cultural understanding autism. And what it means to be. Autistic has grown but their entire generations of people who grew up when the popular conception of autism was a far cry from habits now understood when i was in katie seventeen attain in the as she was what miles hash and you will on a you know a non speaking autistic young way. My have intellectual disabilities while and lines and lines of support and then ryan came in syariah man with the savant type of characteristics while thought autism wallace. It's meant many many people grew up feeling like they didn't fit in but never quite understanding why they were autistic but undiagnosed. So i had no idea. I was autistic at all and suddenly around my family and friends that was never never a possibility of what my experience could be frightened by and when a diagnosis did come as an adult. It was life changing my god. this is made. It's the anything had ever ever found that explained to me perfectly. You're listening to all in the mind. I'm seneca dr today producer. James berlin covers the hidden. Histories of light diagnosed. Autistic people. I grew up in country victoria. We moved almost every year. So i've been to a lot of different schools. Dunkirk lives in melbourne with our two kids and three dogs but growing up she loved the space and freedom of living in the country because of where we lived. We were pretty isolated so we didn't have any friends or anything was just had two brothers sisters soza four of us just us so there was very little social engagement that i had to deal with as well. It was good for me. I remember having a happy childhood apart from all the moving. But danny says she always felt different others. Too sensitive owes too enthusiastic owes too much. I got things wrong. Like i didn't know how to temper my excitement or enthusiasm for things. I wasn't cool of never cool. I didn't know how to be popular. I didn't know the right things to do. In say a just constantly of the little psychologist from day one. Because i was constantly watching and trying to figure out what was going on between paper like okay. So why did he shave do that. What makes that person really popular. Why does everybody like that person. What can i do to make everybody like me. And so like in primary school. I think with the two popular goes one of them. Bit her nails too quick. And the other one had really sway back. So i walked around with a really sway. Back and bit my. Now's a hated by minus. But i did it because i you know as a child you think could. That's what that's what the popular goes. Do that salad get popular. And you know what it didn't work. So i had to go back and rethink the whole thing. Reading social situations wins the challenge. It's like watching. They swallows when they all just suddenly shift. You've got a huge huge flock those little birds and they go flying around and then it's beautiful to watch but they suddenly shift direction all of them at the same time and then they fly around the other shift again in there that oh shifting together unlike the duck sitting at the bottom looking up guy what the hell what. How do they know how to do the weather going. What are they doing now. How do they and it was like that in the playground. This kids running around. And they're all seem to be interacting and playing with each other and i wouldn't have the fullest idea how to insert myself into that and then had to continue in whatever it is. They're doing the simon edwards autistic man from brisbane. The move to high school was the biggest challenge. It's very much like. I said i had a happy life. Certainly for promise co. Years locked road along and i just tend up participated at everything. I was pretty happy. Kid really probably primary. School was the separating conlon. High school is terrible. nitra high school saturday. Because it's not along the primary school. And there's a level of independence and unlivable an expectation around social cues and interacting with case that probably i could be getaway within gripe four and five and six Settling on grad saving for both danny and simon autism. Just wasn't on. The right are while they were growing up. Now that was country victoria in the seventies and early eighties. Nobody knew i sit and hid. Never heard of it. My parents have never heard of it. At the beginning of the teaches in any of the digital schools. I worked edited ahead of it. So we're talking about nine hundred ninety four ninety three. I'd probably not heard voices in the first artistic. I was sort of someone with the classical autism who was three or four had profile of like kicking and screaming at a whole lot of clearly autistic intense the heaviest as a child. And of course. I didn't know much more than that and it was some years after that. Probably what else. Thirty when i heard about aspects simon and danny both participants in a research project out of macquarie university in sydney looking at the lived experiences of autistic people who were diagnosed later in life meister race around hold. He's in spain around children and youth and more about fixing autism. Making it go away rather than working out. What makes life easier for district people in what strengths and skills they can use with themselves but also what accommodations in what supports can make sternly receive to make life more fulfilling and meaningful and enjoyable w whole is a research assistant and co author of this hidden histories project. She's also itself a late diagnosed. Autistic adult are hidden histories. Because no one really talks about ish. We talk about what it is to be diagnosed with each other. But it's not really in the literature and they some of course but not enough so first of all was just about a history of neither undyed lives and then it was around. What is what for these people. And what hasn't worked. What have been the enables of a good life and what has been hindering a good life so it's also looking at what you stick adults niche. And what do they want. And that was a very exciting proposition to start this race. Search project one of her colleagues on the project. Psychologist and research dr wen lawson says it was vital for autistic people to be a part of the research team for this work and for any other research involving autism because we were a team that co-producing this it meant we were able to stick me such as ourselves. Only diagnosed working with non autistic researches such a brilliant team together a lot of joint expertise to share. We felt that this also might have an impact on that research with the late. Diagnose that oaks because there's a bit could relate to this co-production allies research to be authentic. It gives credibility to people's stories..
"nitra" Discussed on The Healing Place Podcast
"And allow it to be. I have them clear their mind and just focus on the feeling guide them through it with my voice. Sometimes that feeling grows. Sometimes it shrinks sometimes it ships different places other times it releases with this one client. Who was talking about. She says i feel that in my chin filled him h. It's right here my says how. Why don't we put a slide there. Let's put him as put up a slide. Right there on your chin and let's let it out. And then she started giggling laughing like she is god. It left me. I have nothing last i have. I have no desire to eat. Cupcakes right now nor in nitra coached her for months afterwards and she moved away ever one cup cakes again. I can leave them. I don't need them. I can take them where lee bow and this is just one example of hundreds of examples of helping people heal their emotions without really even having to identify where that anxiety came from. Yeah just go in. And you feel the feeling i detail story. It had to do with me personally. I was working with a group of people and we were in florida. And i'm like. I don't wanna be inside. It's a beautiful day. Let's go to the beach. The beach was right there. There was a hotel on the beach so we went into the into the water. It's florida there's no ways right. It's just little mortar comes up to our ankles were standing in the water during his killing technique on each other and it was my turn and i'm in the middle of releasing and focusing and letting go now a sudden this rogue wave just came up on me and splashed me from my hips down. Okay like oh. I need a change of clothes but actually i started again just giggling laughing and.
"nitra" Discussed on The Property Couch
"He guide me some insights and pied trees. And so we don't suggesting you disperse no. That's right. He's he's very much pain you know in. Sorta the isla goal is I work our operating. Monica glenn in the weichel and I've seen a couple of presentations and understood. The mental is that she was sort of looking at Obviously you know. Jeremy shit is also buying another one. Who's now pot family and in terms of some of the work that he's been doing and the data crunching who's been doing so this freaking stop these pretty simple brought. By prion you vulnerabilities. Mumbai get you excited in room and by bicyclist Value in nitra. N- sell you on that on that opportunity. Because i know once you actually get your liberal and rational back you probably wouldn't sign up for them and the value relieved their aside to anyone who's looking to work with these universities. They got really interesting. Names tron call themselves as jakarta's but at the end of the die they're trying to basically get a bucket of you and and all the simple question you want to be asking yourself this intensive what's in it for my can say fitting what's familiar. And how much support am i going to get any doing. You know literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people in the seminars. You just going to be another number and ultimately you know going to get the that that one oman tyler advice that unite the problem as you know been is Spark is about ninety percent of the stuff raw so that's the confusing pot that mindset. You don't have the right mindset you've got to leverage you've got to plan for the future most of what size actually admiral but as you sites that it's that last ten percent where unfortunately it's the pride i principal reason providing twenty rod Percent of its robin twenty percents with most of the damn fool comes so you. You've obviously been a student of the game. You've spent hours and hours rating.
Kids Are Using Soda to Fake Positive COVID Tests
"Kids in england are using soda and juice to fake positive cova tests so that they can get out of class just another example of kids applying their genius in excellent if not quite productive ways. Mark larcher professor of science communication in chemistry at the university of whole decided figure out. Why exactly this works. His you know apart from kids may be skewing. Some of the data and causing unnecessary alarm about outbreaks of their schools. It is potentially concerning that something like coca cola. Could trip the tests. I you should know that these are lateral flow tests. Lsat's in the states they're more commonly referred to simply as rapid tests as opposed to the pc are tests. That can take a few days to hear back at some cases. They're handed out for people to test themselves at home. They function a bit like pregnancy tests with two lines appearing on the device to indicate the presence of the virus. But of course. You're using a swab from your nose or throat. not you know. Pe- lords explains how the tests normally work in the conversation quotes. If you open up an elephant device you'll find a strip of paper like material called nitro cellulose and a small red pad hidden under the plastic casing below. The tea line absorbed to the red pad are antibodies that bind the cove in nineteen virus. They are also attached. To the gold nanoparticles. Tiny particles of gold actually appear red which allow us to see where the antibodies are on the device. When you do a test you mix your sample with liquid buffer solution ensuring the sample stays at an optimum ph before dropping it on the strip the fluid wicks up the nitra cellular strip and picks up the golden antibodies the latter also bind the virus if present further up the strip to the t. For test are more. Antibodies that bind the virus. These antibodies are not free to move. They're stuck to the nitro cellulose as the red smear of gold labeled. Antibodies passed the second set of antibodies. These also grab hold of the virus. The viruses then bound to both sets of antibodies. Leaving everything including the gold immobilized on a line. Next to the t. On the device indicating a positive
"nitra" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"They're often looked down upon the often. You know people often have these condescending thoughts of them and if you look at the conditions of nitra developments. It's so heartbreaking. Like i was just there last week saturday and as i'm walking through the hallways the smells and i have a video and it's just the the conditions of the hallways houses in the repairs. Not being done. It looks like a whole 'nother doesn't even look like a part of our community and then when you look side into real quick for our for our listeners in view i don't know yet it can you. Can you break that down. They understand what we're talking about. Of course i apologize for using acronym so it's nance for new york city housing authority and essentially public housing for low income individuals And so again. You know it's a federally funded program. So i know a lot of the the issues dealing with this. This public housing is sort of. You know it's from the top but at the same time. There's things that we can do on a city level to really try to advocate for Individuals that live in low income housing and then affordable housing is another issue and my community There when you look at the the rent it's insane at spike l. Double and haven't ever seen rent prices like in new york city. I mean when people hear what we paid they like. Oh my gosh you must. You must live in nor- midst. I'm now people are constantly trying to move me back to now back to the south. I never lived there but like you know what you can get it. And i'm like yeah but this is home. So i'm good. Thank you for that. Oh listing thank you for listening. I don't know how three will like i know what sean and i. I know our jobs. Obviously i'd know what we make and how hard we have to grind to to pay what it costs to live in new york city..
"nitra" Discussed on Shift+F1
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"nitra" Discussed on The Birder's Guide
"I don't know why it sartaj to include watching as an activity on this list and stride away way we have a statistically representative percentage of the tourism population that engages in budding whether a with god or independent And to be able to have just ourselves with numbers in men have an average daily. spend bam. we'd have our our value right there so it would be. It'd be superior full on. Its sit still again. Something that. I am fully supportive open more hours in the day for me to harass the government. That would be good so obviously obviously during the last twelve twelve fourteen months with carbon We haven't had any international tourist people. Anybody even some australians have come back get what's the do you have any thoughts or have you done. Have you looked into anything around the building. Tourism industry during covert or what. It will be like postcode. I haven't looked into australia. There is already some hikers and research threats being dumb to try gauge or assess the risk that a lack of global his might parties to buy diversity and that i guess is more relevant full of various places where we have high conservation value destinations that are extremely dependent on tourism. And so i'm thinking places like ought swan a lot of the places that without that tourism income there is little incentive to conserve of a city where others those resources would be used if you know what i mean. Yeah sorry whether that be the landscape scale the species scale. Sorry this definitely some work. At the very laced speculative Around what does this mean for. Some of these species thought nobody is paying to see up movement. And how is that going to affect the conservation longtime. Sorry it's that's an issue overseas here in australia to be honest this is. This is the risk that way have having not invested enough in engaging the general populace in nitra appreciation and i think that the general population he has always been aware that the australian landscape is something special..
"nitra" Discussed on KTRH
"Time you tune in a while. Maybe you've been passively listening. But you lived in and around the Albany and you're going. You're doing an appearance and Paco. That place is so tightly not anymore. They expanded that place magnificently had a chance to visit them. You know, a few times over the last two years, and so this is kind of a re grand opening for them, and we're going to be part of that celebration today. They're at 2 to 2 Room 2 to 2 to 22 Willis. An element that is just a little bit south of the big railroad track junction that is just West. Of North Gordon, which is also business 35 So Manville people, Alvin People pair land friends would any other little smaller communities around that area isn't Rocher and close by If you live in and around any of those communities Alvin and Manville to be precise. You need to come see me today I'll be there from 11 to 2 a little bit longer than normal. I promise you if there are still people hanging around at two o'clock, I'll hang out as long as you guys need me, too. But if there's if it's a ghost towns come 11 55. I'm sorry. 1 55 11 50 like that would be bad. 1 55, you know, And there's all of a sudden the places become empty. Then I will be leaving at two o'clock, But I will hang along hang around as long as need be if there is still people at the table wanting to ask questions. You need to use me as that pair eyes. Bring it on. I love to be that pair of eyes. We get things diagnosed. We get things identified. We do it all the time at these appearances, And of course, it's your last chance to get a signed copy of my book. New DECADE gardening. Before the home and Garden show season starts very end of August, maybe September. We'll do a couple of those in the fall or the autumn of 2021. But I'm shutting down for a little more than two months when it comes to everything from Randy Lemon Consulting to book signings to appearances. We're just going to do the radio show and I'll probably be doing the radio show remotely for as many weeks as possible until we get To the home and garden Show season. So all that said. Might as well come on out today. If you're not doing anything better to Patco Ace Hardware to 22 Willis in Alvin. So much talk about plus, they carry all these products I've talked about one in particular is like, uh, I mentioned the Medina products. Well, what about the summer essentials? All right. The summer essentials from Nitra Falls. They've got the nightfall super turf. They've got the nightfall Sweetgreen. I like to handle these kind of questions on a case by case basis. What are we going to use this time around? How are we gonna use it? They carry the as a mite which, of course, has been very popular here on the garden line in as we've added it to the lawn fertilization schedule. And when I did a post on Facebook just the other day about as my kind of reminder that if it's been four months or longer, you could probably do it again. It's organic. It's not going to burn anything. Um, I like to use it minimum one time of year twice a year. If we've never done it before getting this trace minerals down these trace elements. A re mineral izing of the soil is so critically important to making that fertilization schedule work if you did it three months ago, and the spring fertilization were great. I don't think you need to do it today, but you will need to do it during your fall feeding if you again bend four or more months, like since the freeze, we did a lot of it. And it's time to put it down again. I have no problem with that. As a mic. Check it out online first and foremost as a might as E O. M I t a semi dot com Neat thing about as of mine and tied that back into the nitro Falls. Little discussion is that It comes out of the night false warehouse Predominantly. So that means all these Greater Houston as retailers, all the nurseries, the garden centers and the feed stores that we talk about carry the A's in my product more on one of those feed stores here in just a moment, So keep that in mind as we move forward. I have no problem with you doing it If it's been at least four months since she did the first days of my if you need help, kind of massaging those numbers, give me a call case by case basis, as always. Now, ladies and gentlemen, I haven't given out the phone number yet, and we got almost a full board calls. There he is, Ryan. Easy, Monet. If you see his Facebook name eight trips me out. Every time I see your Facebook profile run across my screen. I was like, no, he's misspelled his last name on purpose. Makes sense. Now I love that story. By the way, I know you've told me that before, And I think I applaud your marketing mind for that. So Ryan Easy money. That's Ryan money. His real name is money. That's why it's so easy to call him easy money and easy money is going to be the guy taking your calls, and we have one line open legitimately the see How fast finger Vidalia you are 713 to 12 Ktrh. That's 713. 2125874 Let me give you that information before we get to the full break, And before we get to this full board of calls, I said I was going to mention one of these feed stores League City fee. Located on Highway three, not even a mile south of the League City Parkway, which is also known as 96. So if you are familiar with the area you you know there's not like a ton of nursery garden centers that are like Mom and pop that are not mass merchandiser big box store related, but the cool thing is, is that league City feed If you're in the Santa Fe, the Dickinson San Leone LaMarche Bay Cliff Webster. Clear Lake City, El Camino, Real and Of course, League City area. You've got a place to go get all the products we talk about here. It is one more time when you walk in the door League City fee on Highway three, just south of 96 you stop. You look right. You look left and you are going to be blown away by all the garden line products that they do carry there And yes, they have copies of my book as well started in 1981 is an okra patch. Now it's league city feed and pet, So it's a great pet food store as well. Besides the feed store, and besides the Garden line, faithful product type store soil mender as a mite micro life, the airline soils and compost nature's creation. Nelson Plan for Medina and, of course, Nitra Faucet League City Feed on Highway three, just south of 96..
"nitra" Discussed on KTRH
"Another state. You need this book. This book will help you. It'll help you Forget everything you know about guarding and whatever state you move from, because you have to. We have a whole set of different rules and protocols, and they're in this book, and it will benefit you Now those of you when I really clever Father's Day gift idea. Get a signed copy for Father's Day for Dad for Grandpa, their fan of garden liner Ktrh Come see me today for that Signed copy at Cinco Ranch Ace Hardware. I'll be there again for officially from 11 till two on Mason, just south of Highland Knowles. We are giving away the Nelson plant food to pound jokes. We've got about 10 different flavors. I got about six in each category. Give or take. Right. And so if you like, I don't have rose food. But I do have hibiscus food, which, by the way, is rose food. So if you have some hibiscus or some roses, I got some of that today. But come on out. Assuming you get you show me a paid receipt for the book. I will hook you up with a free Nelson. Plant. Food doesn't cost anything for you Come register to win the free bags of Nitra false super turf We are giving away Also as we go through the morning, Plus, this is Cinco Ranch Ace hardware. They carry most of the products I talk about, and they definitely carry the mulches and soils that I talk about. We'll show you that when you get there as well, One more quick note that has to do with a lot of my friends that are like man, Randy, I've got all this dead material. I still don't want to do the work myself. Then you get a hold of pierce capes. They can be you out with their crews to get everything excavated. In the next couple of weeks. But if you need them to kind of redo your entire landscape, redo the beds, Redo the drain engine irrigation. There are a couple of months out because they're backed up on that side of the crew as well. But, yes, they have a new owner. But let me inside secret. Y'all. They have the same cruise. The same crews that started Pierce Cape are still there Some 30 plus years later, and I trust the new owner to take care of you, just as well as The old owner still, pierce capes. They didn't change the name and that means the website. Still the same name. Pierce escapes dot.
"nitra" Discussed on KTRH
"Into any debates. You don't have to tell me that you have weed you want to kill. We still follow the schedule to a tee right now. I don't like weed and feeds with that Racine. You shouldn't know that already by listening this program If you're really new to this program, I don't like weed and feeds without using at Racine is a heinous chemical in granular form because it moves to the soil way too quickly. Way too fast. Is molten mobility is off the charts. That means it burns roots of trees. That means it burns roots of shrubs nearby. That means it gets into our groundwater supply, which are ground waters are water. Processing places don't have the ability to siphon out actress ng. So it's a bad chemical. But Randy, you recommend actress named Liquid? Yes. I've had recommended a liquid actress ng Does your spot treating so the formula you make with liquid at Racine is just going on the Leafs surface of the grassy weed or grass that you want killed. It's not moving through the soil. It's not killing root systems in nearby trees. So back to the point Nitro false imperial. It'll say imperial on it, and it will be an orange red looking color. That's the one night your false 15 5 10, then I recommend for the schedule. If You want to make the change and go organic this year, right? Didn't do the night false Sweetgreen in place of the 15 5 10. I am down with that I've been doing that myself for probably well over eight years. Just because I have access to the sweet green like nobody's business. And what I mean by that I am dumb enough not to have Made a contract or sell the service. I know how to explain it, but I help name Sweetgreen Nitra false folks came along. 89 years ago and said, Hey, I've got this great new Formula We want to try. Can you give it a try? Tell us what you think I did. A year later. I was like I like this. It works. It does. It does what you needed to do it greens up the grass, and it smells good. Organic fertilizers to this day, many of them that are poultry based poultry manure based, they smell to high heaven. That's some of more better. Not near his putrid families. They were 20 years ago, but I don't like that smell. I can't work with that smell. It makes me sick. Give me that little feeling back in the jowls behind the Jaws nine where I want to throw up When I smell that smell. It's It's psychological. I get it. I know but hey, so sweet Green comes along kind of changes the landscape on organic fertilizers. Nearly a decade ago. And I told him I was and they go well, We need to give it a name. You have any ideas? I will smells. Sweet because it smells like molasses and coffee blended together heavy on the molasses part. And the greens things up Sweet green. I help name the products. So what do I get? No, I don't get. Uh I don't get a royalty. I don't get the naming right money. I get free sweeping that square. That's how I but so I do use it and I have turned a lot of people onto it. But I'm also a firm believer and dance with one What? Bring it. So if you've always follow the schedule, and you've had great results you do the night falls Imperial. If you're ready to make a change to organic, you do this sweet green. And sweet green zone 11 04, and that's what it is just greens up the grass. It's good. Now nothing greens up the grass as quick as the night falls imperial, So we're all on the same page, and that's why I recommend what I recommend for the schedule. So one more quick, fun message since I'm talking about the night Fox products If you are familiar with the I said, it is very big in the program today we're blessed in the Houston area to have really good. Potting soils made locally formulated locally. All right. And.
"nitra" Discussed on KTRH
"Could do it today. I do. My modeling just doesn't show that you have any that freezing weather to worry about. But If you still no matter where you are, If you want to wait one more week and a half that's fine. Because mid February was always a good jumping off point for the early green up. 15 5 10 Imperial Right, so places that we didn't mention last time like courts Hardware in Stafford up in Brenham, you have the ace hardware and plants and things in Montgomery have gyms, hardware and a and a plants and produce In Baytown. Of course, you have the feed store known as texts of I'm sorry. Texas Feed Stop. You also fissures. Hardware like Jang Flake. Jackson, not Jason flick Jackson angle to include You have both Lake Hardware's A Stanton's and albums. In the Kingswood area, of course, Warren Southern Gardens and Kingwood Garden Center, and that's just to get you started kind of scratching the surface for the night your false imperial 15 5 10 and then oh, by the way, All those places I just mentioned if you want to do the nitro faucet Sweetgreen instead. If you want to do something a little more organic this year. Yes, Nitra. False Sweetgreen can be your early green up. It can be all your fertilizers. It could be your Winterize or it could be your spring your summer. I know a lot of people like me swear by the sweet green because, well, it does exactly what it says. It's going to do is green's things up. Um Just it's a really cool product. I love it for a lot of different reasons that even prevail. It smells good if you've ever gotten get that putrid feeling in the back your jaws from organic fertilizers and you know, you just can't walk behind that. Anymore. We'll try to sweet green instead. This year. It smells like molasses and coffee blended together, and it is a great product. It does what it says. And again. All those places we talked about from the ace hardware stores to the feed store is the nurseries and garden centers. Let it carry even the nightfall Sweetgreen only night falls Imperial will carry the night. False, sweet green as well. What else? We need to talk about real quick before we go, and I mentioned the Greater Houston A storyteller group? Yes. You ever want to find the complete lineup of night revolves products ever find you the closest Ace hardware store they have always even before.
"nitra" Discussed on KTRH
"Gardens, located on North Park, one mile east of 59, both of them have a website for their names. Warren sudden gardens com. Kingwood garden center dot com and they both carry the heirloom soiled heirloom compost, which are on sale today and tomorrow, But Go back to that. The message for the day is you've got the fruit trees they got in the Berries. You name it. If you want to get into fruit tree gardening. They've got it at both locations. Let's go next to who's been there, the longest that would be dug in Clear Lake Doug. Good morning. Good morning. What's up? About a month ago, I did variation and least most compost dressing for the lawn. My question is do I need to put the fertilizer? You can? Um, this one? I said I would explain. I'm glad you asked that question. When I saw the 15 5 10 moniker up online. I thought I'd wait till I got Doug on here. So let's use Doug as the Template for explaining this. Like I talked about in the very first hour. The program today we did some most of the people that I trust in this garden world Horticultural world where all monitoring a lot of the same whether websites and it really looks very promising that we're not gonna head towards any freezes, especially for the next 15 days. Then we like to look at 15 Day forecast. It gets us to February 13th and the lowest in the Houston area is going to be his 40 degrees, maybe 39 in some places, so that gives us since we have so many days of 70 degree temperatures, including today The window is open. It's time to do it. If you like, waiting till February, 15th dance with one. What? Braun If you followed the schedule for years, and you like the results, do the timing How you've always done it. But people chomping at the bit and me being out there in landscape after landscape looking at whether grasses are growing, I've been from pair land to Conroe. I've been from Katie to the in the heart of Houston. Inside the loop in just the last two weeks, and I'm looking at the lawns and I'm saying they're ready. They're ready to take on the 15 5 10 fertilizers. So yes, you could do it today. And you could wait a week or two. The windows Open. That window is all the way through the month of February. Does that make sense? Uh, yes. You your windows Open through What? You scratched out. I'm sorry into February. Okay, Very good. That's just for the 15 5 10, and I'd like to get the barricade down. If I haven't done that, since October, November, the barricades always a February 1st one. So that could have been done yesterday, but 15 5 10. The window's open. Let's get busy. Be needing help finding it. Let me know. Call me. Right, but the fertilization schedule my fertilization schedule calls for an early green up. We didn't used to recommend the early green up 25 years ago. I say we When I took over for Bill Zack and I was partnered with John Burrough. There was they were still just about the April 1st fertilization. And they were just about the summer fertilization and the winner riser. That was it. I didn't take the early green up seriously, the first four or five years I was on this job. The more I learned about it, the more I realize this has to be added to the schedule, especially when we know we're done with freezing weather. You can really make a yard pop. One of the very first questions we had other barrel today will was so smart to I think he's done. And apparently Was Ronald, one of the two and It was about detaching two. Let's get as much of the dead debris grass out of their league leaf rake. Just let's scratching. They're gonna get it off right. But if you follow the schedule because it calls for the A's a mite now or a trace mineral package. Then get that trace mineral package down after the detaching Get that down, along with the 15 5 10, and it's gonna pop that yard is going to pop for 30 days. The early green up is a 30 Day acted fertilizer. It is fast acting. It is not slow release, not control released, like the rest of the schedule calls for Let's sneak in. One more call that is Roy and Katie. Good morning, Roy. Good morning, Randy. I've had some golden Cuban Durant is for, like, eight years and they've been doing great the last year and a half notice that they started getting shabby, but I've never done anything from just water. What can I do that Supports him back up. Um I have had really good success with Just general all purpose slowly controlled, release blooming plant that could be Color express from Nitra falls. That can be Nelson's color star. You can also sneak in and azalea food once in a while, it'll feed on that. But, yeah, I mean, I feed him at least 2 to 3 times a year. Give it to you. Okay, Great. That's okay with you. He was asking about Cuban are golden Cuban. Durant is and there's a very bright yellow leaf. They don't get a ton of flowers on him. What flowers again A tiny little blue ones. But they're related to that. Durant, a family that gives you those bright, striking blue flowers, which I consider one of the best and low maintenance. No maintenance plants out there the regular Durant to just have to prune it, maybe once or twice a year. Um this could show no brainer. Love no brainer Plants. This is the garden line. NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh 713 To 1 to Ktrh is our number 713 to 125874 mentioned earlier today that we are blessed to have really good compost providers in the Houston area. I was mentioned one just a little while ago. The ground up is another one of those And we already mentioned them this morning, too. They have three bulk locations in the Houston area. Right. There's one off the West Park Toll road grand mission. There's the one at Winford location near the horse race track up on the north northwest side of town in the far West side of town. Just off I 10 and Britain more is the third location. 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"nitra" Discussed on Realty Speak
"I don't understand why when there was a an eviction moratorium. There wasn't also immediately a reasonable approach to providing the shortfall to the property owners. Well call me. A conspiracy theorist but there are certain segments of the government that want the buildings so they wouldn't mind saying landlords default. You can see that there's been legislation proposed. I saw it in an email from chip another landlords organization where the city wants right of first refusal on buildings With three units or more when you put them up for sale you gotta let the city know that's up for sale you'll s- at the supply certain financial and residential information about the building to the city so that the city can decide what they want to come in and buy it. So it's a it's a first step towards the government running more housing in the city. Which is which is what they want. And that's really worked out well right because always see in the news. All the time is how All these apartments and buildings that are managed by nitra are in terrible condition. And just in furtherance of what. Jim said just. Yesterday i saw a proposed bill Join you may have thought as well where they said not only does the city get right a first fusible but the proposed. Bill is that nonprofits Should be first in line to To purchase these buildings so we'll have the options of having the government. Run the buildings or a non profits run. The buildings and i guess capitalism is dead. Yeah there were the hearing. Yesterday i believe city council. So we'll see what happens but even during covid even the nonprofits cancel rent i. I was reading an article. I think it was in the city. The opinion piece and they were saying why new york city needs to cancel rand near the comment and the comment was from someone who runs a nonprofit. Who said you know. I'm surprised my name was on this. You know even though. I do advocate for a tenant's. I do not advocate for cancel rent because it sets the wrong tone which goes back to what not was saying before about this misconception. That people don't have to pay rent so you know the last ten months where wasting all this time talking about cancer you know and not really trying to find real solutions And it's just it's just. It's not solving the problem. People are just kind of kicking the can down the road. And i think people are just assuming that dolby safe. Nothing's going to happen or they're just hoping that maybe we'll get cancelled and they skip out on rent. There are a subset of tenants who have actually been impacted. End do need help. And i like to make that distinction often because because there are some people who truly do need how but there are some people wear these laws that have passed are just so extreme so imbalanced that it's created so many loopholes for people who are financially capable of paying rent but now because there's no accountability and no short term consequences there. Hey let me just not pay and let me see what happens. And hopefully. they're saving that rent they're not paying for wendy's eviction moratorium finally ends and i think it's important that the burden not be placed in any one particular group right so right now i think mu- much of the burden is on landlords..
Trump administration: Drug makers should disclose prices in TV ads
"Is bidding for major Pentagon contract. The joint editor price offense infrastructure project is a ten year, cloud computing deal worth as much as ten billion dollars. People living at a housing complex in the Bronx are upset as they say rats have taken over their units tenants at the Clemente complex. I posted video showing the large rats running around in their kitchens every day. Wake up Lucy. Not even mice. We're not gonna pay rent. He'll something. Every month on in this way. People for residents claim the animals, they're almost as big as full grown cats. Mother tells NBC four New York that are rat recently bit her one-year-old Nitra has put out a statement apologizing to tenants saying they're working to get rid of the rodents sue Guzman. NBC News Radio New York. The number of women having babies by C section has nearly doubled in less than twenty years. Researchers studied increases and C-section since two thousand they say the procedure now accounts for about twenty one percent of all deliveries worldwide. They say that significantly higher than the ten to fifteen percent considered medically necessary. The study says c sections are overused in North America. Western Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean. The study is published in the latest edition of the journal the Lancet Kathy white NBC, News Radio and climate change could cause a hike be beer. Prices. New study says droughts and higher temperatures. Caused by climate change will reduce the amount of barley being produced. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule.
More than 1000 kids in NYC public housing tested positive for lead
"Officials say that more than a thousand Children living in public housing have been lead poisoned since two. Thousand twelve estimates. Indicate that one thousand one hundred sixty children living in Nitra properties had levels of lead high enough to be considered dangerous by the federal government, daily news reporter Greg Smith says the city had not used. Federal standards to measure for lead poisoning until this year. They've said repeatedly that a total of nineteen children were lead, poisoned in nitro apartment over the last several years but these numbers contradict that in a big. Way most of these children. Were under six years old, lead poisoning is especially dangerous for young children and can cause developmental
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Federal Reserve Likely to Keep Rates Steady
"That are saying that this overrides their tenth amendment rights, to regulate, guns in their own state and it's. The Republicans who've held the Ohio twelfth congressional district for thirty years. But that's, being, challenged in a special, election and Paul manafort's. Lawyers say he's innocent we'll get the latest from the trial it's Wednesday the first day of August MRs morning edition on WNYC Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman Paul Manafort is back in court today NPR's Ryan Lucas. Reports day. Two of, the former, Trump campaign chairman Bank and. Tax fraud trial will feature testimony for more government witnesses on day. One the, jury heard opening statements and testimony from the government's. First witness political consultant tad Devine on. Day to the government plans to call another political, consultant, who worked with, Manafort, in Ukraine that's. Daniel Ravin jurors. Will also hear from an FBI agent the government laid out its case in its opening statement. Saying that the eighteen Bank and tax fraud counts against Manafort boiled down to one thing Manafort lied the defense meanwhile says manafort's recordkeeping lapses were, unintentional manafort's mistake they say was putting his trust in his former deputy Rick, gates gates has pleaded guilty and is cooperating with prosecutors he is expected, to testify, against Manafort the trial is expected to. Last about three weeks Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington the Federal Reserve Today is, expected to stay the course and hold interest. Rates steady as NPR's Chris Arnold reports the fed will issue its latest statement on rates as it wraps up two days of. Meetings about where. The economy is headed the fed is. In the midst of a multi year journey to get interest rates, back up to more normal levels feted kept rates extremely low to boost the economy. In the wake of the recession it hasn't been able to raise, rates too, quickly because that might hurt what it software a time it's a sluggish and fragile recovery but with the. Economy in. Relatively strong shape now the fed has said it's, planning to more interest rate hikes before the end of the year the Fed's goal with all this is to avoid overheating the economy and to. Give itself. Room to, cut rates, again whenever the next recession. Comes along Chris Arnold NPR news the weather is cooling off in. California giving, fire crews a better chance to battle wildfires especially. In the northern part of the state. The car fire near reading has destroyed nearly a, thousand, homes and left, six, people dead Jefferson Public radio's leeann Moriarty reports fire officials say it's thirty percent contained the winds. And high temperatures that drove the fire across the Sacramento river and through several neighborhoods on the edge of reading last. Week have eased somewhat firefighters have used that pause to create more containment lines and. At this point the fire is moved into rural forested areas north and west of the city some. Of the almost forty thousand evacuated, residents are being allowed back into their neighborhoods. But, most are still waiting for officials to say it safe to return Liam Moriarty reporting a federal. Judge is temporarily blocking a Texas company from publishing plans online for three d printable guns the plans have been. Public, for several days and downloaded thousands, of times anyone with. A three d. printer can use them, the Trump administration, had given the company an exception, to rules that govern arms exports now eight. States in Washington DC have sued to block the exception you're listening to NPR this is Doug WNYC in. New York good morning I'm Richard Hake it's seven oh. Four seventy five degrees showers and thunderstorms are, likely for, today Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance will stop prosecuting most marijuana possession and smoking cases starting today he made the announcement earlier this year but he's now issued guidelines for his office and share them with police and courts assistant DA -'s. Will only be allowed, to prosecute marijuana arrests if a defendant is, also accused of selling marijuana and. Those who pose a significant safety threat such a threat could include an individual who's, being investigated for a violent crime smoking ban has gone into effect across. The, city's public housing system as of Monday morning Nitra residents will no longer be allowed to light up inside their. Apartments are building common areas Michelle Rodriguez lives in the Barack houses on loan the Lower East Side she says she likes. The health benefits some the ban but feels like nitrous shouldn't infringe on people's freedoms. As, an individual as an adult as a soon states citizen have. The absolute right man. You are contributing A lump sum of money to a place, that. In my aesthetically.
Smoking ban takes effect in public housing
"And AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation From NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly officials. In northern California say a. Wildfire that's been burning for nine days in the reading area has. Now destroyed nine hundred sixty five homes. That, number continues to grow as crews, work to contain the car fire containment is at less than one third, it's left six people, dead Tiffany Cam high with member station k. q. e. d. reports on another wildfire. North of San Francisco the Mendocino complex fire has quickly become one of, the largest active wildfires in California a Cal fire spokeswoman says, crews have been making good. Progress on containment especially since more than six hundred. Firefighters from across the state joined the fight Monday night thousands of people from nearby towns have been. Evacuated the UN is condemning the militants. Who carried out yesterday's attack on a government building in Jalalabad Afghanistan NPR's Diaa Hadid says it left fifteen People dead the attack began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the gate. Of a government building it ended hours, later the dead included an aid worker with the International Rescue Committee it followed an attack. On Saturday when an ISIS. Militants stormed dormitory the midwife trainees they killed three people ISIS and. The Taliban are active in and around. Jalalabad, neither group is claiming responsibility for, yesterday's attack I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington and I'm Richard Hake on WNYC, in New York the, city's public housing residents are being told no smoking allowed anywhere on Nitra property starting. Monday public housing authorities across the country began enforcing the smoking ban WNYC, Zoe Atalay spoke to nitro residents about the new policy at, side the proof houses were. His family has lived for ten years Hector Melendez. Says prohibiting tenants from smoking inside their apartment is about more than.
Iran, Cuomo and Trump discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Week good morning, new Michael Riedel jeffer- make that great trip to the. Beach you threatened us all with over the. Weekend I did not know we were going to go on, Saturday but it was kind of a cloudy day out on the beach and the winds were were high out. There so now we did know be, saying you, Bartlett you had a good, weekend. Joey the play a little golf on Saturday and just got wet Sunday On. Saturday And Sunday you wash the British au watch the British oh fun to watch Tiger, by the. Way land I, know you say, he's never gonna win against Dicky's gonna win he looked very very good yesterday famous sportswriter friend. Of mine tweeted when he took. The lead briefly and he the. Sports writer here it is Tigers gonna win he's. Going to win many more and I just, tweeted, back easy boy Wouldn't leave the television I know I said no you. Gotta go You know watch Rooting. For tiger comeback? Do, you think yes given maybe, fifty percent, route But, they he certainly brings the eyeballs to our. Big three stories this morning. The president threatening. Iran. With, a late night all caps tweet all caps here's the tweet never oh he goes to this is to Iranian president Ruhani never. Ever threaten the United States again all caps or you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before we are no longer. A country. That will stand for your. Demented words of. Violence and death be cautious now this this goes back see Mike Pompeo the secretary of state's started, it by talking about how corrupt the the leaders. Of Iran that's true may take, all the money in their people, suffer they do so then president Hassan Ruhani put out a message saying Americans must understand that war with Iran is the mother. Of all wars in. Peace with Iran? Is, the mother of all peace Ruhani then had a, message for Trump. Saying do not play with the lion's tail because you will regret it eternally and that's, when Trump would add his all caps tweet saying we're gonna blow you to. Oblivion Trump visit between the. Lines, Trump is only, speaking the, truth first of all we're. Not going, to war with Iran but if we did I have a feeling, the United States could flatten that country very. Quickly also in the big. Three the mass, shooting. In, Toronto last night there were two dead that includes the shooter thirteen injured a child critically motive not known we're still waiting to. Hear from Toronto police we hope to have a live report from Toronto later this morning but they're not releasing the name of the shooter who is now. Dead or. A motive rounding out the, big three the. Cesspool that has Nitra how they avoided making repairs this is just unbelievable really makes me I do, you hear what they did to avoid having to. Make repairs. In night show which, of, course they need many repairs, and who's going to be held accountable that's what I wanna know well according to Cuomo he says here's a quote from Cuomo When we get to the pearly gates I'm sure God will have a lot to, say about it he means de Blasio he's blaming to Blasios for this VS. Laws is going to get. To, the pearly gates, well that's, lost if anything to do That's the. Nicest, thing you. Ever said the Blasios He's going to go the other. Direction Cuomo's real concerned about, in Puerto Rico today exactly doing his. Lin Manuel Miranda imitation coming. Up at seven thirty we have some Mets tickets we, don't have a turning point because last, night's Mets Yankees subway series game was rained out but we. Have, some more tickets for. You at, eight thirty now one of several, issues I mean it's not only the Iran thing but a Trump has gone wild this morning in tweets, over this whole Carter page and the Faisal warrants and the checking out of the Trump campaign which he claims was. Initiated by the FBI just. To help out Hillary so here's what we tweeted so now we find out that it was indeed the unverified and fake dirty dossier that was paid for by crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC that was knowingly and falsely submitted the Pfizer and which was responsible for, starting, the, totally conflicted and discredited Muller which hunt boom boom There's a lot of stuff around this there's a lot of trouble he. Stuff in that tweet which is not necessarily true but if you wanna believe that..
Syria rebels agree to surrender frontier with Israel
"Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh while the Trump administration considers new tariffs on imported automobiles and auto. Parts a new analysis shows the tariffs could cost the US economy as many as, two seven hundred thousand. Jobs NPR's doesn't wire has. Details the analysis comes from the center for automotive research and the national Automobile Dealers. Association it looks at six possible scenarios for either new tariffs on automobile imports or quotas that would limit. Imports Chris g check of the center for automotive research is one of the report's. Authors there is no scenario, with whereas drowsy increase the most dramatic scenario in the analysis considers a possible twenty five percent tariff on all. Vehicle imports g check. Says in that, case the US would lose an estimated seven hundred fourteen thousand jobs in the first year and wire NPR, news Grand, Rapids Michigan Republicans on the house intelligence committee are rejecting the latest effort to subpoena the interpreter who was present when President Trump. Met one on. One with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Finland Asiago the ranking democrat on. That committee Adam Schiff says lawmakers need to hear from arena grow saying she is, the only person who. Can shed light on what. Trump may or may not have committed the United States to given his controversial performance. At the summit this is an extraordinary circumstance in which the president did not want his national security adviser. John Bolton president did not want his director president or his secretary of state President. Trump through bipartisan rebukes upon, his return home from the summit for not confronting Putin on the annexation of Crimea the downing of Malaysia airliner. And interfering with the. Two thousand sixteen, US presidential election in Syria President Bush are all Assad's forces have reached yet another agreement with rebels in, the south, western Part of the country to retake more territory this. Time near the Israeli occupied Golan Heights NPR's Lama Latvian has the latest the high valley. Elk Nitra, is a strategic area along the border with Israeli occupied Golan Heights. And in the Syrian civil war it's been a rebel stronghold for years but recently forces loyal to President Bush shouted, said have succeeded in pushing out rebels in all but a few pockets in the country south. West Syrian state media and monitoring groups report a deal has been reached for complete opposition surrender Rebels have agreed to hand. Over medium and heavy weapons and if they wished to save their homes than they, must accept a return essays rule those. Who reject this will be sent on buses, to it live one of the last rebel strongholds left near the Turkish border the United Nations says more than one. Hundred sixty thousand people remain displaced and echinacea lamela NPR news Cairo, at, last check on Wall Street the Dow was down one hundred fifteen points at twenty five thousand eighty three this is NPR new and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Julianne Welby officials say it, could take days to clean up from this morning steam pipe explosion in Manhattan's flatiron district if. Tests confirm asbestos was released as. Suspected they're urging anyone who is in, the vicinity of Fifth Avenue and, twenty first street, to shower and bagged their clothes they say, five people were injured and twenty eight, buildings were evacuated Andrew Glasser lives a block away and he wasn't sure when he'd be able to To return home. I just want to get back into my apartment and. Make sure everything's okay I mean I took my grandfather's. Medication for the next two days with me just in case just God forbid something happens, we don't know how long we're going to be outside of, our. Apartment for the cause of the explosion is still under investigation. For the first time New York state has ruled that some Uber drivers could be considered employees people, who drive for ride hailing services.
Trump administration must turn over information about 2020 census question
"Things have good on new jersey transit on the subways we have delays on the d train and alternate side parking rules are suspended today attorneys general from new york new jersey and fourteen other states have filed statements in federal court about what life is like for immigrant families separated at the us border the documents from children parents and organizations serving them come in support of emotion in a lawsuit the pursuing against the trump administration amy spittle nick is a senior policy adviser for new york ag barbara underwood we have for instance a south american boy he was pulled apart from his father at the mexican border and brought to a social services organization in new york where they found him about to jump out a window of his group home because he was so distraught to be separated from his family if the judge grants the motion the attorneys general will be allowed to interview parents in federal detention and provide information on their whereabouts new york governor andrew cuomo wants state health officials to oversee the blood testing of children who may have been exposed to lead paint in new york city's public housing buildings the announcement comes after it was revealed that the city has not been notifying parents of the results of earlier tests that showed children living in nitra apartments could potentially toxic levels of lead in their blood cuomo says his office has been receiving calls from anxious parents there in certain heard so many different accounts cuomo says state health commissioner dr howard sucker will meet with representatives from various new york city agencies niger tenants groups and the federal government to develop an independent system supervised by the state quote hundreds of thousands of children could be eligible the city says it's current program of free testing and home inspections is adequate a federal lawsuit challenging a question about citizenship status on the us census is moving forward a federal judge in new york has ordered the trump administration to provide information on its decision to include the question on the twenty twenty cents is form in a hearing yesterday judge jesse furman says there's evidence the administration acted in bad faith in new york new jersey and several cities and states around the country are suing the department of commerce and the census bureau over the question arguing it could result in an inaccurate count by discouraging immigrants from participating in the survey and the nypd won't be allowed to release anymore footage taken by officers body cams for awhile that's after a state appellate court temporarily blocked the practice the city's largest police union the patrolmen's benevolent association had argued that releasing the footage violates police officers writes this is wnyc support for npr comes from constant contact with email marketing tools that include drag and drop editing and customizable templates learn more at constant contact dot com american icon sometimes dive.
After Harley spat, Trump says other motorcycle firms may come to U.S.
"Of a stronger economy carmakers reporting higher sales month of june embarrassed dustin dwyer looks at the numbers vehicle sales were up about four percent overall for the month according to an analysis by automotive news the biggest gains were in trucks and suv sales while sales of cars actually declined for some companies ford for example said it's trucks were up three percent an suv sales were up nine percent compared to last year while car sales declined fourteen percent fiat chrysler says it's ram pickup had its best june ever and the jeep cherokee had its best sales month ever automakers are expecting the good news to keep coming in the months ahead thanks to a strong jobs market and recent tax cuts that may give more americans the confidence to buy a new vehicle dustin dwyer npr news president donald trump is continuing his war of words with iconic american motorcycle maker harley davidson after harley announced it might move production out of the us because of new trade tariffs trump now says the administration is courting other motorcycle companies to come to the us harleys announcement might move production of motorcycles sold in europe to facilities outside the us drew condemnation from the president harley was hit by retaliatory tariffs put in place after you wash announced on a host of european goods a wall street today the dow closed down one hundred and thirty two points the nasdaq was down sixty five points this is npr and you're listening to wnyc in new york i'm jamie floyd governor andrew cuomo wants state health officials to oversee the blood testing of children who may have been exposed to lead paint in new york city's public housing buildings the announcement comes after it was revealed that new york city has not been notifying parents of the results of earlier tests that show children living in nitra apartments could potentially have toxic levels of lead in their blood cuomo says his office has been receiving calls from anxious parents they're in certain because they've heard so many different accounts state health commissioner dr howard zucker will meet with representatives from various new york city agencies nitra tenants groups and the federal government to develop an independent system supervised by the state hundreds of thousands of children could be eligible city hall says it's current program a free testing and home inspections.
Ben Carson's HUD proposal would raise rent for millions in public housing
"Of new yorkers who rely on federal housing subsidies housing and urban development secretary ben carson is pushing for legislation to raise rents to thirty five percent of tenants annual income for public housing tenants and those who get section eight vouchers tenant leader daniel barbara has the city's council of nitra residents we press congress so not has still to fight against it and to really stand up for the residents who they truly work for who put them into office on secretary ben carson is also proposing work requirements for recipients of housing subsidies he says the department should actively encourage people to get off federal assistance senior citizens and disabled people.
Dallas, Philadelphia and Christopher Johnson discussed on Curtis & Eboni
"To dallas love field forced to make an emergency landing at philadelphia's airport christopher johnson was a passenger on board that to the injured passenger but i don't know much more information about that i just know it was pretty scary but the pilots did a great job says there were one hundred forty three passengers and five crew members on board the boeing seven thirtyseven mayor de blasio announcing a three pronged strategy to eradicate rats from nitra unit he says extermination is important but can't stand alone blasios since they will go where the rats live dry ice is the rach worst enemy and we have been seeking the opportunity to use it when you had certain approvals to do it we got him and now we're in action with the dry ice it's gonna make a huge huge difference de blasios says they are targeting ten nitra developments with the worst rat infestation problems city is also adding new plastic garbage cans to keep the rodents away stormy daniels injecting fresh drama into the sensational story of a president to fix her and a porn star today releasing an artist's sketch of a man she says threatened her in las vegas parking a lot to stay quiet about her sexual tryst with donald trump the adult film actress unveiling the image on abc's the view today immediately prompting online speculation about the identity of the young man in a hoodie here's christy o'brien with right now traffic tina dot com traffic center things jammed on.