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New Rule in Cycling Forbids the Tossing of Water Bottles

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 11 hrs ago

New Rule in Cycling Forbids the Tossing of Water Bottles

"The pond. There's a new rule for the Tour de France involving You could call it later. So to speak. This has become pretty controversial. ABC is in Esta Loca. Terra is in Paris. She tells us why 48,300 water bottles were used and tossed during last year's toward Frantz, Catching a writer so called Madan, or Water bottle had become a kind of tradition among cycling fans like catching a ball at a baseball game. But in an effort to promote writer safety and protect the environment, the International Cycling Union has now banned cyclists from tossing trash, including their bottles in Non designated areas. Two riders were recently disqualified from the tour of Flanders for

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France to Ban Domestic Flights Where Trains Are Available

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

France to Ban Domestic Flights Where Trains Are Available

"In a move to cut carbon emissions. France is moving to Ben short domestic flights where trains were available. French lawmakers moving to ban short internal flights where the same journey could be made by train in under 2.5 hours. The measure could affect travel between Paris and cities like not real and Bordeaux. This comes as airlines around the world are still really from the Corona virus pandemic. With website flight radar 24 reporting that the number of flights last year were down almost 42% from 2019. The measure would Not apply to routes that form part of a connecting flight

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European Lawmakers, Executives Urge US To Halve Emissions

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

European Lawmakers, Executives Urge US To Halve Emissions

"Influential figures in Europe are urging the US to hall of greenhouse gas emissions dozens of European lawmakers business executives and union leaders want Washington to cut emissions by fifty percent in the coming decade compared with twenty oh five levels ahead of president Joe Biden's climate summit European officials and industry representatives called in an open letter full of trans Atlantic alliance to tackle climate change and achieve a just and sustainable transition toward a low carbon economy the suggested goal would be almost double the target set by the Obama administration after it signed the Paris climate accord in twenty fifteen I'm Charles last month

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Biden says infrastructure plan should cover childcare and home care

Impeachment: A Daily Podcast

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Biden says infrastructure plan should cover childcare and home care

"Biden's to trillion dollar infrastructure plan includes four hundred billion to expand home care for the elderly and yes he considers that infrastructure now. A second phase of the bill to be announced soon includes additional kinds our family programs and yes he says that's all considered infrastructure. If you ask the right people ask the moms and dads. The sandwich generation the folks carrying enormous personal financial strange trying to raise their children and care for their parents or elderly paris or members of their families with a disability.

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France's Macron restricts AstraZenbca take up

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 d ago

France's Macron restricts AstraZenbca take up

"Paris has changed its vaccine rollout strategy from says people under age fifty five who received the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine should get a different vaccine for this second shot because of an extremely rare risk of a blood clotting disorder at the same time though federal authorities are insisting the AstraZeneca vaccine is safe continue recommending it for older populations as the country's hospitals battle a new surge in virus patients more than a half million French people on the fifty five received the first dose of the eighties and vaccine before reports of the red blood clot submerged since March nineteen France is only offered the vaccine to those over fifty five I'm Charles last month

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Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv

The Promised Podcast

02:35 min | 6 d ago

Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv

"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel

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Mbappe Powers PSG Past Bayern

ESPN FC

01:32 min | Last week

Mbappe Powers PSG Past Bayern

"Water match between buying munich and psg pse found themselves two nil up buying a bank to two two but in by gives psg the advantage going into the second leg in paris next week so much to talk about regarding this game. But you're gonna start with you overall. Just a brilliant match to watch absolutely brilliant match to watch. I think we all enjoy did. Obviously from a german perspective would rather by munich scoring five. Six seven goals. You know they had enough chances to to win this game but you gotta give a compliment to zuma this solid well that were highly aggressive in. Pompeii brought him up in a second golden martinez. But then it's typical by munich. They're gonna come back and they came back they came back. I mean had made some adjustments in the young already in the first time. We've gotta seems like he was injured a little bit and Ease up dow zula wafting by especially alfonzo. Dave is coming in on the left flank. He made a little bit of difference in that post and that made it created chances after chances thing tomas played an outstanding game. The eagle is it an popayan made through a goal. I think overall attaya maybe we would have been a more honest the sold but it's going to be wide open for the second leg even if peres comes away with a win. It's not over yet. I think i'm unique. We'll go to peres next week and give them a real goal and anything can happen there in In perez next week

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France Investigates Secret Restaurants for Paris Elite

Mark Mason

00:31 sec | Last week

France Investigates Secret Restaurants for Paris Elite

"NEW YORK An investigation is underway after a TV report accused government ministers in France of dining at secret luxury restaurants. The Paris prosecutor's office saying an investigation has been opened after a documentary airing on French TV showed a man saying he had eaten in two or three clandestine restaurants, quote. With a certain number of ministers and quote. This comes as bars and restaurants and France were still closed. Members of the government are denying the allegations. Possible repercussions could include charges of endangerment and undeclared

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Is the Film 'French Exit' Worth Its Weight in Baguettes?

News, Traffic and Weather

01:44 min | Last week

Is the Film 'French Exit' Worth Its Weight in Baguettes?

"About French exit the stories about a woman who's you know, aging socialite and she's widowed and she has her son with her, and she kind of does her last. Harada her last trip. To France to Paris, where she is wanting to send to sort of get rid of the rest of her husband's inheritance, says she's coming to the end of her life, and it's I wouldn't say it's um It's not a standard movie, because usually you get these things from the from the male's point of view, But it's her sort of trying to run out the clock on her life with her money, and she's dealing with their sort of aimless son, played by Lucas Hedges and It's very much a character piece. It's not the action pieces it Zaveri biting and sardonic comedy, almost to the point where it wouldn't even categorize it as a comedy. It's It's really there Morpher fans of Michelle Pfeiffer to watch her play in such a somewhat off kilter role in a bit of an off brand role for her. Yes, well, a couple of observations from the trailer. It's very, very dry, but arch comedy and you know, and it's based on a lot of it looked like it was based on dialogue where she says, Well, my plan was to die before the money ran out. But I kept not dying and well, here I am. That doesn't sound funny, but I thought it made me chuckle the way she said it. I'll wait till it's available where I don't have to go in through the theater. But I'm looking forward to seeing French exit myself. How many bad gets for French exit in theaters? I'm gonna get a 2.5 baguettes. I wasn't as I'm not as big of a fan of the structure of this type of story. It seems a little bit Moby, but great performances all around

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Europe ramps up vaccinations as virus haunts Easter holidays

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:03 min | Last week

Europe ramps up vaccinations as virus haunts Easter holidays

"French. Says he of leon's main stadium opened as a mass vaccination center during easter weekend. An thousand spent the holiday. Lining up for injections hippodromes velodromes are the sites is france tried to speed up shots amid new rush of corona virus cases but as europe celebrated its second day in a row onto the cloud of the pandemic. Some cities put vaccinations on hold during the long holiday weekend. Defying french president emmanuel macron's insistence that renault weekends or days off during vaccination medical workers need a little rest at last says an official with the french city of strasbourg which shutdown vaccination facilities from good friday through easter monday. A public holiday to ensure that residents still had access to potentially lifesaving vaccines strasbourg expanded vaccination hours and administered all of its weekly supply of doses between last monday and thursday spain. Italy and germany faced a similar holiday. Vaccination challenge spaniards lined up for shots on easter sunday in barcelona and other points around the country but madrid vaccinations at local health centers. To give staff a break. The spanish capital continued to give shots at a soccer stadium and a new hospital built to help handle pandemic cases with spain fearing yet another surge of infections like the one now overwhelming french intensive care wards spanish health minister carolina darius had urged regional authorities to keep up thanks nations throughout east a week in the french city of saas sell north of paris working class residents have higher exposure to the virus because many count work remotely in the areas housing projects. Many families have multiple generations living in close quarters language barriers make sorting out vaccination arrangements a challenge for many immigrants

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Notre Dame's rector: "15 or 20 years" needed for restoration

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Notre Dame's rector: "15 or 20 years" needed for restoration

"The the rector rector of of Notre Notre dom dom says says the the burned burned down down to to Paris Paris cathedral cathedral and and its its esplanade esplanade odd odd could could remain remain a a building building site site for for up up to to twenty twenty years years rector rector of of Patrick Patrick sure sure that that spoke spoke to to the the Associated Associated Press Press following following the the Good Good Friday Friday ceremonies ceremonies including including venerating venerating the the crown crown of of thorns thorns that's that's not not too too dumb dumb is is temporary temporary the the technical technical basis basis sure sure the the ads ads he he can can guarantee guarantee that that there's there's work work to to do do on on the the restoration restoration the the blaze blaze distributed distributed false false amounts amounts of of toxic toxic lead lead from from the the cathedral's cathedral's burnt burnt out out roof roof onto onto the the site site and and nearby nearby complicating complicating the the cleanup cleanup work work that that came came before before restoration restoration efforts efforts could could even even begin begin works works planned planned include include remodeling remodeling the the cathedral's cathedral's aspen aspen on on which which before before the the blaze blaze was was visited visited every every year year by by twenty twenty million million tourists tourists I'm I'm Charles Charles Dylan Dylan this this month month

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Notre Dame's Rector: '15 or 20 Years' Needed for Restoration

Stephanie Miller

00:10 sec | Last week

Notre Dame's Rector: '15 or 20 Years' Needed for Restoration

"Cathedral in Paris tells us the repairing the burned out cathedral could take another 15 or 20 years. The fire was in April of 2019. It's good

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Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:40 min | Last week

Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces

"Two thousand thirteen french armed forces have been stationed in the suhel fighting jihadists francis forces have been stretched just over five thousand of its troops for a region. Roughly the size of western europe. Such counterinsurgency operations might be challenging. But these days francis generals have their sights on something far larger forests in the plains of the champagne ogden region. The armed forces are beginning to prepare for the return of a major conflict exercise. Orion a giant drill plan for twenty twenty three who involve the full range of french military capacity on a scale not tested for decades specter of high-end war is now so widespread When you talk to military analysts that is an acronym for this scenario. Hei which stands for the english translation is hypothesis of major engagement. Sophie pattern is our paris bureau chief. And it's really a seismic shift. I would say for french forces because if you think back thirty years ago most of them were involved in overseas operations in peacekeeping and if the last decade it's been a question of counterterrorism or counterinsurgency most that side the being in operation but can in the sahel or even a counter-terrorist operation could operation centeno in france itself. But last year the head of the army general tilly bucker presented a strategic vision for twenty thirty looking ahead to the next decade and in it he described an outlined the need for the to prepare for high intensity state on state conflicts and he had this line which is very striking. He said the return of a major conflict is now a credible

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French Cops Hunt International Gang Of Lego Thieves

Weird AF News

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

French Cops Hunt International Gang Of Lego Thieves

"Say they're building a case against an international gang of toy thieves. These aren't your ordinary toy. Thieves the very specific specializing in stealing. Only legos they have warned specialty shops and even parents to be aware of a global underground trade legos. I had no idea legos. Were worth so much money. I'm going to call my mother. Make go in the attic. Mom go up in the attic and find my goes okay. What do you want me to do now via legos. Forty and do and no one wants legos. No one place with legos anymore. What are you frigging. I was impression on my mother but it wasn't that accurate now. This alert comes after officers arrested. Three people a woman in two men you all you call this your international gang of thieves two men and a woman. They arrested them in the process of stealing boxes of legos from toy store outside of paris under questioning the suspects all from poland reportedly admitted that they were part of a bigger team. Specializing in stealing legos sought by i mean. Can't you just by legos on amazon. I didn't realize that liberals were so rare. Here's a quote from an investigator in france. Zilog community isn't just a made up of children. There are numerous adults who play with zella goes. There are legal swaps legal sales on the internet. We've also had people complaining. Zero homes have been broken into in lagos have been stolen and right from their homes. Can you believe it. In the firm's this gang were first reported in november twenty nineteen and again in february twenty twenty the same gang sitcom to france. They set up in the hotels in the paris region. Then they set about the rating toy stores before returning to poland to sell off their lego hall.

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Many World Leaders Call For Treaty On Future Pandemics

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Many World Leaders Call For Treaty On Future Pandemics

"Tree We get Morfogen Paris Prime Minister Boris Johnson joining more than 20 world leaders and calling for a new global settlement to help the world prepare for future pandemics. In a newspaper article, the leaders which include the German chancellor and the French president, Take over. 19 posed the biggest challenge since World War two. And they argue a treaty similar to that reached in the wake of World War two is needed to build a cross border cooperation, adding the pandemic has shown quote nobody is safe until everyone is safe. And as delicate terra ABC NEWS PARIS Canada is now taking a second look at a

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WHO Draft Report Finds That COVID-19 Likely Came From Animal, Not a Lab

News, Traffic and Weather

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

WHO Draft Report Finds That COVID-19 Likely Came From Animal, Not a Lab

"Study on the origins of covert 19 says that transmission of the virus from bats to humans through another animal is the most likely scenario. A B C's and as delicate Terra has more from Paris. The Associated Press reviewing a draft report from a joint World Health Organization, China's study that says the theory that the virus leak from a lab is very unlikely. Than animals were likely the source of covert 19 the WH OSE director, general, Dr Ted Rose, keep re a suit hypothesis on the table and water and Complete and further studies from what I have seen So far. The Chinese government has been criticized for not granting investigators full access to the sites on the report has been delayed repeatedly raising concerns of influence from Beijing. Wh O says it will discuss next steps with member states and as delicate Terry ABC News

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Can American Podcasting Learn From France?

Sounds Profitable

03:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Can American Podcasting Learn From France?

"We have sarah topper off here. Who is a publisher manager at pod. Install and sarah has an awesome relationship. Proper will because she was first off one of the first people to reach out to me about the newsletter so it was great here that anybody was actually reading it but that she was our first guest author and today. We're going to dig into sarah's article. The french podcast measurement so sarah. Thank you so much for joining us. Say thank you thanks for. Thanks for having me. It is an honor and a privilege. Honestly like while i was writing sounds profitable. The hardest part was just like. Oh my god. I after right this content every single week and i'm not going to get any breathing room and is it. Okay for me to get in guess writers immune you just hit it off and you were like. Hey everything you write is about the us. What about a perspective from france. Know that exactly what i mean. That was the first thing i said to you. I said this is amazing. We need this content. thank you doing it. There are podcasts. that are outside of the us. I don't know if you will. That's the hard part. The entire industry not just like the podcast creation side but especially ad tech focus is just on the united states and i mean. Look the lion's share of ad revenue does come from the us when you count like traditional ad revenue measurement. Right we hit point. Nine billion last. Sharon podcasts advertising but what people seem to forget it was something like one point. Three zero point four billion worldwide. Let's see it's one point. Four right point. Five billion is more than half of point nine billion so we can't throwing away the rest of the world not looking at that especially from an ad tech lens let alone a creation lens is just wild a new show great to interact with you because the truth is is that like in the us. It's very hard to learn about things outside the us and there's a little bit of ignorance on my part. I mean it's very easy for me to just see something like That's statistic that they're saying is very clearly worldwide. Because i have this. Us centric mindset in. You know you shared an open. My sad thanks. Yeah no i mean. It definitely comes from years of personal reflection as well. I've been listening to podcasts. For probably about ten years and that is also how long. I've been living outside of the us in paris. And so i actually had a hard time at the beginning and like finding podcasts. That weren't american because they weren't they might have existed but they weren't really well like reference but i remember moving difference and being like okay. Great i'm going to subscribe to a bunch of french podcasts. And like you know really brush up on. My french and there weren't any that were that. Were radio replays. But i had already had that expectation of ghetto cast listening experience. And i you know. I liked listening to the radio. I bought a radio. I still have one a little alarm clock radio. I listened to as an alarm clock. But no i don't want to listen to a radio as a podcast and that was kind of all that there was here at the time when i moved here on two thousand

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Sterling Ruby on His Boundary-Bending Work in Art and Fashion

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Sterling Ruby on His Boundary-Bending Work in Art and Fashion

"Everybody. Welcome to be. Oh s live today. I'm very excited to be talking to sterling rudy. An artist whose work. I've loved for a time known to the fashion world because he worked closely with raf simmons on a collection of clothing. And then was very instrumental in shaping the identity that routes that wrath created full calvin klein and a months ago sterling did something quite unprecedented in the realms of and fashion. He launched a couture collection at the same time. As the show's happening in paris. At the invitation of the sean persson to call who are a very fussy Administrative body for french fashion and dunked invite outside is in very easily. So i'm very curious as to how the schommer cindy call invited you to show on the kutu schedule sterling. Welcome to be. Oh a fly thanks tim. Thank you it evening. Good morning I don't really know We we received the invitation through a mutual acquaintance You know we. We did this very small project in the season before which was just the ready to wear women's ready-to-wear season it was. It was a project flag vail and it was just one thing. It was a denim flag that had been sound in the studio is this addition and we partnered with the aclu. Which we've done in the past. And i did this project which was a very Minimum all of minutes where model had this draped over him and stood up.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Interview with Tony Morrison for the Paris Review when I first read jazz thought to myself from the very first encounter it makes us hungry hungry for something more some experience it contains that we did not know need wanted one if you're in it you can't get out of it whoever you may have been before did you intend to have this effect on all of us ended the novel do this to you in writing it I'd like to think that I create an appetite and then fulfill it especially with jazz because what music does and what the quality that I wanted to exist was you know that sense you get the the musician has more but he's not going to give it to exercise restraint kind of holding back not because it is not there or because what has exhausted it but because of the riches and because it can be done again and that sense of knowing when to stop this is a learned thing I didn't always have it you're novels are known for their extraordinary beauty the beauty of their language and their inclusion of beauty as part of life how do you handle beauty fiction this is something that has preoccupied me for a long time I think of beauty as an absolute necessity I don't think it's a privilege or indulgence it's not even quest I think it's almost like knowledge which is to say it's what we were born thank finding incorporating and then representing beauty is what humans do Weirdo without authorities telling us what it is I think it would exist in any case the bartle and the wonder of being in displace which is part of it you're feeling doing breath is this overwhelming beauty summer natural some of its men made some of its casual some of its Zamir glands is an absolute necessity I don't think we can do without it any more than we can do without.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"After the plumpton lunch i return to chicago and greatly impressed my young faculty colleagues with my new york literary adventure fired up i wrote a story called epstein a little comedy about a middle aged jewish adulterer drawn from the plight of a colorful next door neighbor who misbehaved on our street when i was a kid this time i sent my story not to the paris review slush pile from which i've been plucked first time around by none other than rose styron the right to the top not only was it accepted for publication but it subsequently received the paris review's aga khan prize for fiction that summer i booked third class passage on the holland america line and for the first time sale to europe to travel around england and france and also to receive the con prize in paris from prince ali colin celebrity diplomat a horseman an acclaimed internationally as quite the collector of ladies prince ali was the son of august con the third the staggeringly rich leader of the smiley muslims most intriguing to me was that the prince had formerly been married to the movie star rita hayworth you ward ceremony and reception were held ali khan's luxuriance while the bologna bill i had befriended vibrant if scruffy french student at the cafe odiaun the night before and invited her to the shinde she showed up late clad in leftback black on her fearsomely noisy motorbike and was refused entrance by the butler.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"That was another through i'd never yet come upon anyone as worldly and glamorous and gracious george he'd interviewed the great ernest hemingway in key west for the paris review interview series he enunciated english with an elevated accent unrecognizable to me and certainly unlike any i'd ever heard spoken while growing up in newark and on the basis of my one short story he declared himself terrifically interested in what he quite fantastically referred to as my work at georgia's that day i met two of the other editors bob silvers and blair fuller lucked yours both a few years older than i was and had already put down roots in the new york very world bob was a senior editor at harper's magazine and blair after two years in west africa had just published a far place a bold first novel about african diamond smuggling that lunch was the first of my good times at georgia's apartment with this captivating circle of accomplished young men when i moved to new york in september nineteen fifty eight i immediately struck up friendships with bob i'm blair and so them regularly at georgia's and elsewhere i also became a friend of another member of the paris review circle the young writer john marquand who published under the name of john phillips john's father john mark one senior was then one of america's most eminent novelists the pulitzer prize winner and the reigning american chronicler of upper crust society a couple of times a week john i used to take walks around the village at the end of the work day winding up at a bleaker street cafe where we ms moore is each other with descriptions of our wildly disparate social backgrounds.

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"paris" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

"The pontiff on the river seine. The punt are newbridge. Is paris his oldest standing bridge. It was built around sixteen hundred. It's twelve arches spanned the whitest part of the river unlike other bridges. This one never had houses or buildings on it. The turrets were originally for vendors and street entertainers in the days of henry. The fourth who promised his peasants a chicken in every pot every sunday this would have been a lively scene from the bridge look downstream that's westward to see the next bridge that's the pedestrian only punt desert ahead on the right bank of the long new museum beyond that on the left bank. Is the say train station now. The orsay gallery. Oh and what's that tall. Black tower in the distance are walk ins where peres begin on the san river from dijon in eastern france near the alps to the english channel. The send meanders five hundred miles cutting through the center of paris. The rivers shallow and slow within the city but still dangerous enough to require steep stone embankments. These were built in nineteen ten to prevent occasional floods in summer. The roads that run along the river are replaced with acres of sand as well as beach chairs and tans locals this creates the perry p- lodge or speech. The success of the perry lodge event has motivated some city officials to propose the permanent removal vehicles from those fast. Lane's turning this into riverside parks instead anytime of year you'll see tourist boats and the commercial barges that carried twenty percent of peres transported goods and on the banks sportsman. Today cast into the waters once fished by peres original celtic inhabitants. So many centuries ago we hope you've enjoyed this walk through paris. Thanks to jeanne openshaw. The co author of this tour. From here you can catch the metro to anywhere in the city. The nearest metro stop is pot. Knuth just across the bridge on the right bank or you can take a boat tour that leaves from the tip of the island just next to the pond new. This tour was excerpted from the rick. Steves paris guidebook. Co-authored by steve smith and jean open shop for more self guided walks and details on eating sleeping and sightseeing in paris referred to that guidebook we also have other perez audio tours including tours of the louvre museum. The orsay museum and the palace of versailles for more free audio tours podcasts. And for information about our tv shows bus tours and travel gear visit our website at rick. Steves dot com. This tour was produced by cedar house audio productions own..

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"paris" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

"But the lips. Don't actually touch. The cheek parisians due to kisses. I the right cheek then the left but some people add even kisses if it happens to you. My recommendation is to go for two with confidence. And then follow their lead. Coincidentally we've reached the perfect place for just such a parisian rendezvous the little square called the plus dolphin.

"paris" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on Rick Steves Paris Audio Tours

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"And you see both of us were right though nothing has some have come to nothing the avatars of our conforming to the rules and living around the home have made well in a sense good citizens of us rushing the teeth and all at and learning to accept the charity of the hard moments is they are doled out for this is action this not being sure this careless preparing sowing the seeds crooked in the for o making ready to forget and always coming back to the mooring of starting out that day so long ago thank you i wonder why at concludes the pariser view podcast episode ten the occasional dream the pieces that you heard in this episode are a true account of talking to the sun had fire of island by frank o'hara it appeared in the paris review issue 45 winter 1968 and as part of the collective poems of francoera the poem was read by david sedarat special thanks to prop into marine grand bill smith and ministry tricks of the estate frank o'hara when lisa told me by roberto bologna the poem appeared in the paris review issue to oon summer two thousand twelve it was read by dakota johnson making friends by joy williams which appeared in the paris review issue 82 winter 1980 one it was read by mary louise marker the paris review will honor joy williams with the two thousand eighteen dot award for lifetime achievement but our annual gala the spring revel.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"I'm now these dion long that is the paris reviews southern editor john jeremiah sullivan singing from four till late in the song written by robert johnson after this quick break making friends short story by joy williams read by mary louise parker this is the pera sergei podcast from the paris review and stitcher gone long story to tell stories move emotionally move us to act and if you ask will swabi they can change our lives to will is the best selling author of the end of your life book club and books for living in his new podcast but that's another story he talks to everyone from artists to writers athletes to politicians about the one book the change them here from folks leg minjin lee sam sanders josh men and katie couric above the stories and characters that help them find their way in the world each episode will push you to consider the great impact reading has on all of us you can listen and subscribe on apple podcast stitcher or wherever you listen just search but that's another story laura dern making friends a story by joy williams dortha willy in liberty broke into a house on crab key in lived there for a week crab key was tiny and exclusive belonging to an association which had armed security patrol the houses on crab key were owned by people so wealthy that they were hardly ever there they were elsewhere.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Team the selection from letter from williamsburg written and read by christon don back which appeared an issue to five summer two thousand thirteen you can find the full essay online at the paris or view dot org our thanks to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review and special thanks this week to chris porch in ski who recorded jesse eisenberg this podcast as a coproduction of the pair's review and stitcher far executive producers are chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john bollore and we nickel redick our production team includes lorry door caitlyn young quiz jeff leaves and matt levin our advisory board members or tony toniann fernandez lien chapdelaine ngoma's oda and sadie sign this episode was mixed and sound design by john delor featuring original music composed by david siri who plays piano organs and water phone with mike brown on base shehzada ishmaeli and of maasboulevard on drums and rob schwimmer on the hacking continuing additional composition and sequencing by casey horford if you liked when you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast don't forget to rate and review the show as always if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris rude dot org you'll get access to our full digital archive an four print issues a year featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight to your door and good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"With mike brown on base she's irish malian sam ask of our and drums and robbed schwimmer on the heck and continuing additional composition and sequencing by casey holford if you liked what you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast don't forget to rate in review the show as always if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris review dot org who get access to our full digital archive and four print issues a year featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight to your door and good oldfashioned ink and paper thanks for listening that's all there is to say it's not the tragedies that kill us if some messes i can't stand masses i'm not being smart cracker he know i'm not when you meet me donja honey blooming stitcher here's a preview of what's coming up in the next episode of the her view podcast give me a beer she said and we all screamed god god god god the short story by benjamin nugent read by actor jesse eisenberg once they were upstairs god asked him please not call her god and call her melanie instead plus a poem by ruin ricardo phillips not knowing the difference between heaven and paradise he called them both ever that's next time on the paris view podcast mm.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Pasko said happiness was the motive behind every action of every man whether he recognized it or not which is why although it left me delirious i continued staying up later and later until i finished the novel and as ill as i've got in the last time i went back for another berido after every bite appeared at the beans and rice inside it as if i were verner herzog gazing at the cave drawings of prehistoric man trying to grasp the primary questions of our species but for all i searched i couldn't find any more letters of the alphabet to ingest three months later the sanitation department shut down the restaurant too bad my neighbor said after it closed their food made me happy after the break bad behaviour a short story by alexia arthurs read by helga davis this is the pariser view podcast from the paris review and stitcher bad behaviour a story by alexia arthurs pam incurred is brought stacy to jamaica because they didn't know what else to do with her they believed that her old time granny would straighten her out in brooklyn stacy cut her classes often and she was caught giving a boy a blow job in an empty classroom they looked at the sweet little face on the body of a woman and they were terrified of her and for her it seemed that her breasts and asks were getting bigger every day often pam would pull down stacey shirt to give harass better coverage and stacy would grown in laugh tucking her shirt back into her dean's pam wondered aloud to curtis whether stacy's curvy body was because of all the chicken wings she enjoyed eating from the chinese food restaurant in america pam argued chickens were injected with hormones which could explain all too little black girls with breasts and asses before their time stacy refused to eat breakfast because she was never hungry in the mornings because the school lunch was nasty she was ravenous by the end of the school day she would come home with a take box fried rice with pork and fried chicken wings.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"For by clara pau it his baxter isn't it all the time see how we guy oh i need galon down hi everyone this is new kordic editor the paris review and a mounting in this message because i'm away on holiday in fact the podcast is taking a couple of weeks off we'll be back with the second half of our season starting january ten th but right now i want to take a minute to ask you guys to help us spread the word about the show if you love what you've been hearing tell your friends and family about it in fact telling a friend about the paris review podcast might be the best free gift you can give someone so postal link onto facebook or twitter or tell friends about your favorite episode over a cup of holiday spirits we also want to ask you to rate in review the parents review in apple podcasts honestly reading in reviewing really helps other people find the show so it's kind of like giving a gift to podcast fans you've never even met and if you haven't heard all the episodes the holiday season is a great time to catch up on the ones you've messed make sure you hear the archival tape of jack herro asked is this the poetry of eileen miles i think you don't miss me enough or you regard me is seasons that simply come and it's true i'm everything while a sean meeting dennis chumphon and you you ridiculous people you expect me to help you laura burton taking on the role of james boltman we were right you're trying to find out something which don't readings from morgan parker mark merrin dakota johnson robert patents in and so many others and that's just the first half of the season the second now features the writing of joy williams jamaican kayed tessema snack plus the voices of dick cat it stockard channing jesse eisenberg and more again help us spread the word about the paris or the podcast and go read in review the show on apple podcast thanks so much for supporting us during the first half of the season now back to the holiday.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Even goings porous possessions would have been a trophy to some a relic to others a calm with a few strands of hair his i tosses his boots his wristwatch any of these might have supplied him the death toll but i don't think so a big men like that as heavy is growing you must understand would have definitely had his neck broken by the american method by dint of having his head torn off by the rope decapitated think of that ham ongoing huge round head balanced on the rim of the news toppling off falling within bounce bop witted role so i think it was the british major needs perhaps who escaped from called its and handed us our indictments neave who understood the need for escape the british thin who sawtooth at going got the pill new when to use it the british were their bashful sympathy for our ends in respect to the jews look at palestine near fiery contend for how means the british that godlike disdain of fierce for seen two british that concludes the paris or view podcast episode 6 the beadle and the butterfly the pieces that you heard in this episode our letter from emerald isle britain and red for us by david sideroads it first appeared in issue to twenty two four two thousand seventeen the ends by peter ho davies which first appeared in issue 162 summer two thousand two it was red for us by philip soldier the beadle by sharon olds which appeared an issue 101 winter 1980 six he was read by nausea spiegelman online editor of the paris review you also heard excerpts of george clinton's interview with eudora welty in her home in jackson mississippi it was recorded october fourteen 1994 and parts of the conversation appeared in issue one 34 spring 1995 especial thanks to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review which includes the utar welti recordings will hear a little more of that interview in the next episode.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"But you know you are about boxing didn't you your broker of course out abroad i'm enderle attract ibaka too happy way though the building cuba uh i didn't want a box sympathy loves to shout about how he was the same day is big question uh the having a separate south they said i want to see how good you uh they came out of the people in his fists up and through this terrible boxing much the dining hall when he was not somebody that can hold his clutches back so i had a terrible time god he doesn't seem like a guy who would exert a lot of selfcontrol maybe girl well thank you so much george clinton for coming on our show and we look forward to talking to you again sometime in the near future appropriate alert thank you so much in we'll talk to you soon cricket ovalles and you are listening to wfm east orange this is door and you will be hearing the dose of tons of com sharply very soon sting that concludes the paris review podcast episode four missed connections the pieces that you heard in this episode are lying in a hammock at a friend's farm in pine island minnesota by james right it first appeared in issue 26 summer fall 1960 one we'd like to thank was the in university press which published the poem in its later book form the poem was red for us by probe at passions and robert pattinson stars in the film good time which is out now only connect written and read by city stein which first appeared on line in the paris review daily on january 13th two thousand fourteen the worm it in philly by samlip site which was published in issue 194 fall two thousand ten it was read by the host of w t f mark mary me you also heard our founding editor george clinton from his nineteen 96 appearance on w.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"For instance hear was an indelible fact haggos mother never called a marvellous he added that legally later of course this book was bigger than mere details children didn't need details children needed books for boys by grady people's struggle and triumphed over steep odds may be my next book would tell the story of me i have been struggling but now my hour of triumph had arrived triumph was about to embrace me to reach down and stroke and tug my penis coup into my ear i didn't even know of triumph was a man or a woman or what it said about lying down with abstractions and will vetik as but that wasn't the point either i went to the library i did this by going out to the avenue and asking somebody where the library was the rest of the worm in philly by samlip site when we continue you're listening to the paris or view podcast from the paris review and stitcher if you're an entrepreneur a small business owner or even if you have a side gig say writing squibb's for airline magazines meet grasshopper the entrepreneur's phone system grasshopper lets you run your business from your cell phone and it allows you to keep that business and your personal life separate choose from their huge inventory of local toll free our vanity tollfree numbers simply forward your new number to your mobile phone and start taking calls immediately whether you are in an office in your car or even stranded on a subway platform grasshoppers iphone and android apps help you stay connected your customers not to mention you can send and receive calls and text from your business phone number get your voicemails transcribed in email to you and worked from anywhere with call forwarding it's all pretty simple grasshopper offers an easy an instant set up an 247 customers support no longterm contract required.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Heard in this episode my wife in converse by shelby area which appeared an issue to own eye summer two thousand fourteen it was read by donatella video grains pause at the edge of the country by erica aaron bird from issue 216 spree in two thousand sixteen it was read by keighley gates this episode also includes excerpts of archival tape from the paris reviews interview with jack kerouac at his home in lowell massachusetts the interview was conducted by arabs arroyo and ted berrigan the edited version of that interview appeared as part of our artificial series an issue 43 summer 1968 special thanks to jim sampras and the literary state of jack kerouac enter the morgan library and museum palm the archive of the paris review which houses the cadillac reloads thanks also to the ninety seconds streetwise unterberg poetry center this podcast is a coproduction of the paris review and stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brendan francis noonan the reverend john galore than me lawrence stein our production team includes lorry door caitlyn young quest in that levin with a special shut out this week to our digital gurus jeff believes jeff gross and bill irwin our advisory board members are tony and fernandez lien chapped and did jomaa's soda and cds time we got a little casting help on this episode from winter miller we also wanted to thank greta cohn who helped shape the pilots of this podcast low these many many months ago this episode was mixed in sam designed by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who plays piano organs and water from with mike brandon bass shas odd ishmaeli and sam asked about on drums and robbed schwimmer on the hack and continuing additional composition synthesizers and sequencing by casey holford if you like what you heard these sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher for apple podcast or wherever you get your audio fix and if you want to read any of the pieces in lethem's episode subscribe at the paris review dot org g they'll get access to our tyre digital archive going all the way back to to fifty three and four.

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