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Fresh "Paris" from KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Danger Close is part of a long term construction projects that's going to add to that floor traffic in those main lane's I'm Joy feel senior reported 7 40 80 breaking draft alerts when they happen. Cotton breezy weather today I'm NBC five meteorologist Grand Johnston. And with that wind, stirring things up, there is concern for elevated risk of grass fires, especially to the west of Dallas Fort Worth, So not a good day for any outdoor burning. It should stay dry in D F W There's a slight chance for a brief shower, though up to the north early this morning and then later this afternoon, and there could be a couple of isolated thunderstorms to the northeast up toward Paris, but again Dallas Fort Worth is expected to stay dry and plenty Hot 98 for today's high heat and backs up the 105 80 degrees for tonight's load. And 99 for tomorrow. Good morning. Thanks for being with us this morning. We're live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano, as always. You could listen to us when you're at home. If you'd like on your computer or your smartphone, just download the radio dot com. Now they're calling it a derecho storm. Half a dozen states planing up this morning after this rare storm with hurricane force winds blew through the Midwest in the neighborhood of Rogers Park on the north side of Chicago and the National Weather Service. There's a tornado passed through this neighbourhood and look at what I left behind there down trees on top of cars all across this area, then is a tornado pushed east that actually went over Lake Michigan, which is just a few blocks away. The weather moved in quickly. It's Chuck fast and it Tor through the Midwest in a matter of hours. Downpour moved into Iowa Monday, leaving hundreds of thousands without power. Officials issued travel advisories as a storm down trees and blocked roads humbled by the high winds. A child's clubhouse started rolling like a tumbleweed. There were people inside this hockey arena when the roof was blown away. No one was hurt. Des Moines postal worker also escaped injury when his truck was crushed by a falling tree. I heard a whistle. I never heard a siren. But I think it was the wind whistling because it was just blowing really hard. When the storm reached Wisconsin, it uprooted trees and downed power lines. Huge branches crashed into streets and houses. One person said the winds came without warning. I was hearing all these different sounds, turned and looked out the window and realize I was It was full frontal force of the storm coming in. Emergency crews worked to write a semi truck overturned on the highway. A storm. Also up through the trees here in Chicago and more than 100 miles away in Moline, Illinois. Very far. Blocks down, Dad. Ah, big tree down a Caroline. There were some reports of injuries in Iowa, where people were trapped in buildings and inside cars about 100 miles west of here in Dixon, Illinois, the National Weather Service said wind gusts topped 90 miles per hour that is CBS correspondent Adriana Diaz. Another night of violence. In Chicago. Meanwhile, a crowd gathered around a police precinct demanding the release of people arrested for looting over the weekend. A key member of black lives matter.
9 people test positive for coronavirus at Atlanta area school that went viral for crowded photo
"High School has told parents in a letter that six students and three staff members tested positive for Koven, 19 days after viral photos should the school's hallway packed with people. Teens actually not wearing masks. It's full of North Paulding High School in suburban Atlanta sent a letter this weekend to Paris. Disclosing the positive test letter said the students and staff members were inside the building sometime last week. It's unclear whether school district will quarantine others who may have been exposed. Well made headlines last week when viral photos showed packed hallways again with students not wearing mass coming
Fresh update on "paris" discussed on Fred and Angi
"Don't you go? Good break Angie's entertainment report with bread and Angie. I'm one of 35 kiss FM. But I know you watch the obscene Netflix. I did thing. Are you watching the lifetime? Siri's now surviving, Jeffrey Epstein know is it? Is it documentary salaries it like But it's a whole series. So I guess it's like little mini documentaries. But surviving Jeffrey Epstein Gil A. Maxwell apparently saw 19 year old Paris Hilton at a party in the early two thousand's and said she was perfect for Jeffrey. At that point in early two thousand's Hilton had signed with Donald Trump's modeling agency and was on the verge of being a big star. One of billions pals said she gushed over Paris and said, Oh, my God, who is that should be perfect for Jeffrey, Can you introduce us to your team? Yeah. You told me he was into like much younger, gross. Very gross. But can you imagine like being Harris and reading that somebody is trying to like Get to her? Ah, um, So there's this former Hollywood stylist and she's dishing the dirt on her tic tac page, spilling the tea on all the worst stars to work with, including Marisa Tomei, Jessica Alba and Jennifer Lopez, A woman named Tamara, who worked for several celebrity stylists has created several confessionals in which There's names like Tomei, Alba's Lopez pitch Perfect star Alex, Alexis Knapp and Catherine Feigal as the worst people to work with regarding Marisa Tomei. She said that she was always laid rude, very particular. Marissa didn't wake up until 12 30 barely says Hello, proceeds to.
Coronavirus: Belgium, Andorra, and Bahamas added to UK quarantine list
"Today's front pages are filled with stories suggesting that the UK may impose quarantine restrictions on travel is coming. From France, meanwhile, new fourteen day restrictions have been imposed on Belgium, and you're and the Bahamas Katie as what would have it. You'll joining us from Paris. How likely is it? Do you think that you will be told to isolate when you return? My Luck's GonNa depend depending how the next few days go as it was interesting is clearly Francis the country where we've had corona virus infection levels are going up. I'm not just saying this because I like to go home and not have to self quarantine for two weeks, but it is not such a jump as we have seen in places like Spain. It could. He is the wrong direction, it's going in is high. High priority for the government to keep track of because if they were to miss something, they thought they needed a quarantine. It could actually have quite large effect just because of the number of British tourists who do tend to go to France. But also for that same reason I think while we have seen and we saw Spain the government is quite happy to make these decisions and just take the hit is interesting. Chance. This at this morning where he was saying, we will not hesitate of personally think that is quite like the Sweet Vegas and government that most air purchase at perhaps not in place by the end of the month. But I think this is going to be a graduating the data as it goes.
Fresh update on "paris" discussed on The Breakfast Club
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LAPD Officer Shot by Apparent Friendly Fire While Responding to Suicidal Man in Hollywood
"Officer recovering today after being shot in the arm, apparently by friendly fire. A police detective tells connects that officers were responding to a report of a suicidal man on Wilton Place in Hollywood Wednesday afternoon when it happened, that man was armed with Paris scissors and in the apartment. There was also Rottweiler. At that point, we're not exactly sure what transpired between the officers and the man that there was an officer involved shooting. Detective Megan Aguilar says the officer was shot through the arm. She was taken to a hospital. The Rottweiler was also injured and taken to a vet. But it's unclear how the dog was hurt. How we're going to find out what exactly transpired is by one, of course, interviewing the officers. And reviewing any body worn video regular says the man was not hurt. He was taken into custody. This is the second time in just a few days. Ah police officer may have been accidentally shot Monday at Culver City officer was shot in the leg by friendly fire incident during a police shooting. The suspect in that case was shot and killed. Emily Valdez que next 10 70 news radio 7
Fresh update on "paris" discussed on Golic & Wingo
"And Bart Scott. We're gonna have Keeshan on later. Today. We have a lot of guests today. Many many guests and I say good morning to you. What's going on? Maintaining maintaining coming to you live from the studio because thie Internet Highway is slow on my hood. Nice back back to the daily grind Now, Bart Scott, are you ready to find out who will be joining us today on the show? If you think of them right now, they'll be joining us on the show ESPN radio presented by Progressive Insurance Here's our guest list for today. Mark Packer 6 15 Eastern Mike Tannenbaum, 6 30 Let's just say this part. They're all eastern. So you don't need to worry. Okay? They're all Eastern. No. My Mark Packer 6 15 My 10 of them, 6 30 Burger McFarland, 7 15 Keyshawn, 8 30 Mel Kiper, nine. Patrick Surtain, 9 30 If you miss any of those guests, you could listen to all four hours on demand in the ESPN app you say. But why don't you have extended guests guys, Right? Like I heard that I woke up this morning. Why were there not our long guests for those asking that Peter Burns host the best week ever, and the SEC network will be on with us from 7 to 8. Doreen Oka from 8 to 9, of course from Dari and Mel. So, Bart, We have it all covered, and we start where we spent a lot of time yesterday. College football. It fell yesterday, like college football was slipping and fading. I think 24 hours later, kind of feels like there's a little bit more momentum more momentum that we might have college football this coming season. Yeah, but who's going to take that first step right And who wants to be able to make that decision about? Do we play it? Don't we play Who's responsible for that? You see the players with the hashtag? You see, the coach is kind of making airplane that the players are safer with them. But ultimately who's going to put their name and who's going to say OK, This is my decision, and I'll take the consequences going forward because I feel like it's a cop out to say, Oh, well. Players want to play. Okay, Well, they're young men and your coaching and implant in Paris sent them to you so that you can try and guide them and make them men. They're not men yet, and players are gonna want to play because that's what they're designed to do. But at the end of the day did I want you to make sure that you're going to be responsible if something tragic happens And what we're finding out is that you know, in the Big 10 that they have research, saying that is in large hearts and six into six, You know players that had called it Well, why are we sharing that information with everybody? And why are we learning from each other? Well, we know Are we not sharing it or the other conferences, just putting their head in the sand and not wanting to know that this is a real byproduct of the disease. I mean, we talked about the picture from the front from the Red side right before we talked about that yesterday. And you know, when you talk about just such a large body of sample size of college athletes, I mean college football players. There are You know, even if the percentages are low, they're still talking about maybe potentially no complications with no that's answered 2% was 2% of the college body. You know of of college football, You know, that's more than enough and something tragic happens. You know, you don't know where win what the underlying conditions are. But if it can be traced back to cold within the fact that they played their who's gonna ultimate take responsibility and who's going to be liable? See? That's the thing they wanted. Liability is a big thing, and it has to fall on somebody's shoulders. Are you willing to be liable? If something bad habits? That's what these teams and confidence had to act himself? Do you want that on your conscience? If is your conference that suffers too catastrophic loss? Yes, I agree with you. It is easy today to say right on August 11 to say, sure we should play college football because it but is it easy? God forbid something bad happens to months, three months, four months down the road to say that's right on the commissioner of the Big 10 of the SEC and the Big 12. I pushed forward for college football that becomes concerning now let's take a listen to Heather's energy, ESPN college football analyst who was on SportsCenter with Kevin Negandhi and she mentioned when you mentioned the main issue is long term health effects to the heart, which is really concerning A lot that is a driving force amongst the conversations from the medical advisors and the conference commissioners and the university presidents. That is what is scaring the bejesus out of the president's right now, and that's part of the information that is expected to be presented from the Pac 12 medical advisory Group on Tuesday. So those are very real concerns. It's an excellent reported piece, and they just did a great job showing exactly what they're dealing with those presidents and what they're talking about. So, look, I have kids you have kids explained to me how you could actually put your kids in any sort of harm's way, knowing that there's a real possibility that they're going to wind up with some kind of a heart issue. Moving forward with covert 19. I don't know. I just as a parent, I could never do it. I mean, this is my son plays high school football. And you know everyone's Will. I get an email from his coach saying, Hey, we'll practice is cancelled. That is, I don't care what day it is my son, a showing up because at the end of the day is not worth it. We're talking about a year out of your life and listen. How hard is it to just push Paul's His push bars. Just push pause and say, Listen, this is where we are. We're gonna have to make adjustments for the income in high school kids and figure things out. But as far as everybody here this on my own scholarship, you're going to be in the same place this time next year and you're going to be bigger, faster, stronger, You're going to be able to be a better player to have a better chance to go to the league. I'm not saying Who wants to be that Commissioner that says Hey, you know, I regret to say that you know we lost so on so on so on so today and he did what he was he died, doing what he loves. Really? He died doing what he loved when this was a preventable death, like nobody wants to be that Commissioner. Nobody wants to be that Coach like to go Tell a parent they Hey, you know, I understand it may be because we understand, right. A lot of this stuff goes back to economics. And a lot of players are playing and they'll put themselves at risk because they have responsibilities of so many other people, not themselves. Right. And I'm talking about those who were trying to get to the league to take care of their mom get their kids or their or a sister or the brothers out of out of a spat situation a bad spot. They almost feel obligated to say You know what? I'm here for a reason. This was a year that I was going to try to come out to take care of my family. So you got to protect them from themselves and understand. I understand the situation is difficult. But I don't want you to make a decision based on need and desperation. Let's listen. Let's use our heads. Let's use our brains and say, Listen, waken push through. We'll be okay because this think how many college athletes have parents that are back that may not have unemployment running out may not be. It is making decisions about how they're going to feed their brothers and sisters. And I mean athletes are going to feel under pressure to do something about it. Don't make it right is just about right. I think 100% right and we're going to talk to Patrick Cer Tain 9 30 this morning. He's done one of the top college football players in the country and realistically, a top 10 pick. And you know what part? I don't know if you feel like this. One of the arguments or one of the phrases that is beginning to upset me is these these players have worked too hard just to not play the season. That is the biggest cop it I've heard, so I mean the country. Is in mass chaos part. I mean, we have We have something sweeping that we haven't seen in 100 plus years to say that these guys have worked too hard to not thrown it away. You're being safe. You're being realistic. I mean, people. Restaurants aren't open, right? I mean, it's not. This is not just a weird car. Yeah, they worked hard. Everybody works hard. Thought everybody works hard. Nobody wants to throw anything away. But I think sometimes and I'm not saying it's the right thing. I don't think we have all the answers and all the information yet, But my my point would be. Why don't we just push back? Why can't we just say you know what? We're not going to start in September Like like all the professional sports did. We could continue in March. Let's look forward to where we are in a couple months, and we'll figure it out then because it's billions of dollars. Involved in this and they're saying, Hey, you know, the other guys that have been the dollars involved decided to play. But these are grown men that I understand him. Get there. Getting yourselves into they have the resource is toe out. They have the resources to say, You know what If I need to isolate away from my family, my kids I can do that They have millions dollars online, and it's a.
LAPD Officer Shot, Possibly by Friendly Fire
"Officer recovering today She was shot in the arm, and they think it was friendly Fire. A police detective tells connects that officers were responding to a report of a suicidal man on Wilton Place in Hollywood Wednesday afternoon when it happened, that man was armed with Paris scissors and in the apartment. There was also Rottweiler. At that point, we're not exactly sure what transpired between the officers and the man that there was an officer involved shooting. Detective Megan Aguilar says the officer was shot through the arm. She was taken to a hospital. The Rottweiler was also injured and taken to a vet. But it's unclear how the dog was hurt. How we're going to find out what exactly transpired is by one, of course, interviewing the officers. And reviewing any body worn video regular says the man was not hurt. He was taken into custody. This is the second time in just a few days. Ah police officer may have been accidentally shot Monday at Culver City officer was shot in the leg by a friendly fire incident during a police shooting. The suspect in that case was shot and killed. Emily
Fresh update on "paris" discussed on Get Deeper with The Dolan Twins
"There it is welcome. I will Grayson said, he wanted to this off someone to let him. I. Didn't say I wanted to start this one off, can sound like you don't know how you're going to start the coffee broke in the House that we're renting. So Dan, that was really tension grabbing. Got You guys. It's morning and I. Don't know we're GONNA be able to speak. Now because I've been relying on that I don't want to be quid the bear bad news. It is now noon. Whatever? And as I don't know. Yeah. Doing. Alright today woke up and. Are. You woke up. On. The wrong side of the bed to have been trying to get my head straight to have a better day. But. Yeah been working at it. been having a weird past. Couple, days. I think honestly weird past couple months and I've just been like. I'm out of time on my life where I've had so many ups and downs with they come. So quick answer one, Dale? Have such a bad day and the next sale, it'll be amazing and that's why I had that bad day. That's why been going through everything on going through, and then the day after that is just straight back down again, I think it's the first time. It's ever happened to me everybody in the world right now is definitely Questioning what life really is at this point because everything that we've known life is now completely stripped and flipped and flopped on its back and upside down and Shit, and we don't know what to get tickled on its back. Lot of a lot of visuals here. Freedom Tila. Even move is very restricted. Yeah. Grayson and go to Europe just for fun. Because we never, we've never been on a trip just for fun. Really. It's always kind of been for work. So we had like but. If I go on a trip and I don't do any work a end up, not having any fun because I'm distressing about all, I needed to work needed to work. That brings me happiness. And also just. It's again assess in my life at this point. Feel like I'm young. One at work now. so. We can't we? Oh, we never been shipped just refund because we've been on ships for work and they've turned into like the most fun times ever. Yeah. That's very true but WANNA go on trips, but we just wanted to start traveling more with with less of a reason to travel we've been. So the reason for our pass travels has been work related, but I wanted to like go on trips and just just do it to do it. and. I mean every everybody lists. Let's. Saying like I'm the only one everybody in the entire world right now is feeling. Yeah. So but that's just like. Europe Dude, I'm dreaming about it would have been sick. Yeah, it's WANNA. Be Riding a scooter around Paris right now to be honest. Sounds Great. Also were selling the This actually pushed me. This is actually pushed me to. To. Do. Something sooner than I had planned on it, which is something that I. It's always been my bucket list, which is to get a tiny home on land. where I'm from in the middle of nowhere so I, it could be like my place to decompress. Just go there, and even if there is a pandemic, I'm in the middle of nowhere right now putting anyone hall, not an harm. We could just live with nature. Great. I hate to be the bear bed news, but we we said that last episode we did. Yeah. But it's fine but you did. Bad News. Okay. Listen I'm just feeling people when I don't even know what we talked about last episode of. Going through I black down fell on the ground. started. started spitting diet root beer. Crazy there for a second but Do I just start sweating thinking less of Holy Shit like my knees. Be Sweating. The sprinter, you guys officially like it's visually upright. Yeah. It's up for sale. It's up for sale. We got an offer from the real person in real life, not a youtuber. Okay. I don't even know if that is gonNA come out before after this episode or maybe on the same day, I'd also don't care. So, we tended to sell her sprinter. Physically we were. We were the salesman. We try to pitch it, and we did get some offers. So we're you know we're GONNA. We're thinking those are thinking on it, and then we also got like a real life offer. So we're getting offers basically what we're trying to get offers the sprinter, and then when we sell that, we were gonNA commit to getting to tiny homes one each. On, a piece of land together because that's been our dreams since we were little kids, I remember in computer class When I was in seventh or eighth grade, we had to design our dream home and everybody was like designing like a bouncy house and all this stuff I designed to house, and it was split down the middle, and once I was grazing on one side. Was Me. And then I think it wasn't allowed to do that or something I forget what happened but then I I was okay. You know what I'm GonNa do I'm GonNa get one piece of property I'm going to two houses on this one piece of property, and then there was a bridge connecting them. So one has. Like that. Yeah. So but now we're going to do without the bridge because if you like you don't need it. Yeah. We definitely. Will we opposite of needed? We need we need to kind space out from each other every once in a while, but not too far therefore. I mean, we're not even neighbors. Were we live in same property, right? Yeah. Yeah when I was real young trying to work it out of my head. I was like. So what do I do when I have a family and as a family, but we also need to live together in the head of explaining. To her wives and then of our kids are really young. They're going to be really confused because we look alike in her. Dad, look the exact same, and if they're really young, they're going to be really confused and I don't want my kid to have a confusing life. So I was like We'll just get a large plot of land. In the middle of nowhere, that's undeveloped. So it won't be like. Crazy expenses. The trees and stuff too. Yeah. Oh and it's just quad right away. You know what? I mean hop on a four wheeler. Zoom over to uncle. Ethan SAS..
Anger on Beirut's rubble-filled streets as death toll continues to rise
"It is one of the oldest cities on earth. Once a shining capital in the see the Paris of the Middle East more recently caught up in conflict wage forces near and far tonight, they route devastated the wound apparently self inflict. Here's ABC's Ian. Panel. In the midst of K Olson Hora, a mother comforts royal. With a lullaby deep. As, their ambulance. With the wounded navigate the streets of Beirut Lebanon after a massive explosion tore through the city yesterday evening, I'm thinking I should be stabilizing these patients I should be working on them, but who's going to hold my daughter if I'm doing that, I'm trying to position myself in a way that hides my daughter from seeing complete heart. Seema Jilani trained to work in. Combat. Finding lists helping the middle of one. Now switching between pediatrician and parent I'm telling on my daughter look at me on ages looking at Mama. Village. Straighten my is only going to think about our favorite place the peach if you feel any liquid on your legs, that's GonNa think about that like the beach. So obviously talking about blood that's coming out for life that I'm holding the. Outside the ambulance window parts of Belarus in ruins. The. Blast killing one, hundred, thirty, five, including one, American five, thousand, injured and many still missing. The shockwaves leveling buildings blowing out windows felt over hundred miles away in Cyprus. Authorities believe the calls over two and a half thousand tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate stored for six years in a warehouse. Obey Beirut port.
As many as 100 people involved in brawl at California hotel
"It out of a hotel in Anaheim. Two of them went to jail and tomb or went to the hospital. They say this brawl started here at the Cambria Hotel. It's a newer hotel. Just off Catella and Anaheim. We understand that this started in the pool area. It is a gorgeous area that looks like a water park inside. Now, witnesses say that it started with what they think was a misunderstanding. Possibly an argument. But we're talking about 40 to 60 people in that pool area started brawling, police say, was primarily Children, Teens and women. Well, somehow that brawl Got pushed out into the lobby and right out into the front of the hotel. Another 40 people joined. So, police say By the time they arrived, there were close to 100 people fighting. Two people were taken to the hospital with injuries from some kind of lacerations were not sure if it was stab or just cuts. They're being treated in the hospital and two people were arrested. It was a juvenile and a man. We sent for initial officers who responded on scene and we're immediately contacted by a group of about 40 people in the parking lot fighting simultaneously. There was a fight occurring inside the lobby that included anywhere from another 40 to 60 people here, So we was in a pool. Just chill ended. I like you know what we planned. I pushed my little cousin there. Ideas, so they want to act like you're some problems because he accidentally fell on a girl when he was in a pool in the Luk is they want to like Claudie Paris's stuff on us, but we don't really do not Any in ages. Got to the basketball court and then I tried to fight. The manager of the hotel didn't have any comment, but he did tell me that he is cooperating with this investigation sharing security tape with police. And by the time they go through all that security tape, they believe that they were going to make more arrests. CBS to
Michael Kors on Why He Left Fashion Week
"Hi this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business fashion and welcome to the podcast. This week our editor at large sits down with the American designer Michael Kors discusses his plans for Fashion Week September in fact Michael Kors won't be doing a normal show at all like some of his counterparts in Europe including salary in Gucci Michael is questioning. The efficacy of the current fashion show drill calendar, and so he's decided to present in a completely new format launching globally on October fifteenth on the brands social and digital platforms. He talks to Tim blanks about all of this including the confusion around the nomenclature various seasons and how he wants to clean up to. Here's Tim blanks with Michael Kors inside fashioned. Hello everyone and welcome to the live today with told me to micro-costs from New York. Hello Michael Hello. Bear Ray to cedar great to see you and we are doing this instead of actually seeing each other in September. Yes. That's that's that's the God's honest truth. Unfortunately, what are you planning to do in September when we would have been seeing each other? Well I have to tell you long before. The pandemic. I really kept thinking to myself. I'm screeching in next year to my fortieth anniversary. So it. It has been time me to sort of reassess think about things and I and I just after forty years Tim I've seen that I really think the system has certainly been broken. We can't always just do things the way we've done them in the past. I fake. You, know everyone I think realizes that the whole systems mixed up doesn't make sense. So I certainly have my wheels turning about that prior to the band. And then of course, being in lockdown, you really start to analyze and I go back as someone who has been doing this for so long and once in a while back to the future is a good thing. And you know for many decades the New York collections were after the Paris collections ended. In fact, they were a week after Paris ended. And I think we never whenever inundated the consumer with too much information just as in September. Here, in the states, we have Labor Day, and it's you know the world opens up again hopefully, right? At why are we confusing the consumer? And the press with a new season when they haven't even absorbed the one that has just arrived in the shots. Adjusted it makes sense to me. And you know more than ever of course where people are they're not planning months and months ahead. You know we really are living in a time where fashion is very much always has been though it's about the emotion that you're in. So. Are you starting to land your wardrobe in May I? Don't think so I don't know who you are. You don't have a life. So I thought to myself. Well, we used to do this after Paris it allowed or journalists and retailers. And consumer to have a breath. And then. In October, it really became the perfect moment. To show a new collection without cutting off the previous collection that had just arrived shots.
Ahead of School Year, Alabama to Offer Vouchers to Families to Install Broadband
"Meantime, we're learning more about a program to increase access for revolt. Learn Alabama broadband connective ity for students providing vouchers to families of students who have free lunch vouchers to cover the cost of high speed Internet through the end of the year. Michelle Ross, executive director of the Alabama Cable and Broadband Association, says Internet access issues air not just in rural areas it could be in densely populated areas were here That's available, but for some reason not able for economic reasons, make the choice not to Get this. This connectivity is really important and this opportunity through the Paris funding will get these low income students and families connected. If you qualify for the program, you'll get information in the mail in the
The Most Dangerous Fruit in America
"To start our watermelon adventure, we called one of the world's great watermelon. Harry Paris he has worked on watermelon science per years as part of Israel's agricultural research. Service. Well, I think the first thing that comes to the first two syllables water right? This is a true rich table. which has a lot of water and which actually probably the first use by people of this particular natural products. Was To quench thirst I've spent summers in Israel, and it is basically watermelon paradise but that's not actually were Harry I fell in love with a watermelon it all started when his dad grew watermelons in the backyard in their home in Brooklyn in the nineteen sixties then Harry gave watermelon farming himself fifteen years old and there was a new variety called Crimson sweets that came out and plans at a few seats in the garden and Lo and behold by the fall we got one nice big sweet high quality watermelon fruit. That we grew in the backyard in Brooklyn and from then on I was just hoped. Harry was well ahead of the local war hipster curve in Brooklyn but the watermelon is neither from Brooklyn nor from Israel, in fact, its origins are a little bit of a mystery. One of the big headlines was back in the mid nineteenth century when the British explorer David Livingstone went to the southern African deserts and low and behold. It was the year in which there was more rain than average and he found a large areas just covered with wild watermelons. He's wild watermelons were hard but does the name says have water say to pound them and so on and so forth but you could squeeze the water out of them David Livingston was searching for the source of the Nile. But apparently, he was also as a side hustle looking for other sources like the source of our sweet watermelons and people thought he'd founded the wild ancestor but Livingston was wrong about the source of the Nile and as it turns out now. We know he was wrong about those wild watermelons to now that scientists can examine the DNA of melons. They found that the Kalahari desert wild melon that Livingston came upon is not the ancestor of our sweet watermelon. But DNA is just one of the tools that scientists are using to try to figure out where and when the watermelon was domesticated, you can't just use one approach. You have to use an archaeology approach you have to use clients science you have to use. Linguistics you have to go into literature some of it'll some of an ancient. And even more than that. Of course, with the latest that we know genetics and genome can assist us first of all the plant Science Livingston was at least on the right continent because there are wild watermelons of various different species all over. Africa. So the wild relatives watermelon their fruits are smaller and rounder not elongate. They have often perfectly round it small fruits the outside looks like a watermelon like little, green and white. But inside they all have this extremely bitter and usually white. Whitish pulpits azan Renner is a professor of biology at the University of Munich and she's another one of the world's watermelon expert Suzanne's as you could boil these Super Beta watermelons for jam or you could use them medicinally as kind of a purge to clean out your insides. Basically, the wild watermelon wasn't a tasty thing to eat raw at all. So where the desert watermelon comes from, there are two things that have to happen to these bitter wild melons to turn them into the watermelons. We love today to specific genetic mutations. The first one is a mutation. That switches off the production of bitchy chemicals and so this mutation occurs in nature as bad for the plan because the plant of course has this bitterness to defend itself not eaten so that the fruits would not be yeah for the plan is better to lose the bitterness but for us, it's good and we can only imagine that native people every once in a while tried one of these melons maybe for what may be hoping for something to chew on and found some that wasn't bitter Suzanne's scientists know what that mutation is and how to find it in. A melon they just to look and the second mutation is the one that turned it red inside rather than white the red colors also well understood this is well studied and it's a completely different set of teens. This is and other scientists know exactly which two mutations they're looking for. Those mutations aren't common and wild melon. So when did they happen? When were watermelons domesticated Harry says the place to look for those clues is archaeology in ancient Egyptian tombs. Archaeologists have found paintings of whole watermelons on a platter there oblong and striped watermelons today not round like the. Wild bitter ones but did those ancient Egyptian watermelons taste like the ones we eat did they have the mutations for sweetness and maybe for the red color the painting can't really tell you that. But fortunately, some other watermelon evidence has showed up in a four thousand year old Egyptian tomb complex the seeds and leaves from the tomb ended up at the q Royal Botanic Gardens in England Suzanne wanted to find out if those remains held any clues about whether the watermelon had already been domesticated by them. So she wrote to mark Nesbitt who coincidentally starred in our tonic. And who runs the economic botany collection at Q. and she asked if she could borrow a watermelon leaf from the tomb, it was in a glass box encased in a box and he opd mark opened it, and he said it hadn't been opened since eighteen seventy one or whenever singles arrived there then and her colleagues analyzed demand the leaf and I they were thrilled the watermelon leaf DNA did in fact, have the mutations that would have made the fruit sweet and read but then when you see fourteen Dating for this material that we had received for Mark Nesbitt, it turned out it was much younger than we thought it turns out the watermelon material in the two had been left there by a later visitor carbon dating showed it was from the late eighteen hundreds huge bummer.
Notre Dame Cathedral's organ getting 4-year-long cleaning
"The organ that once thundered through Notredame in Paris is being taken apart after that fire the task of dismantling cleaning and reassembling the largest musical instrument in France started today and is expected to last nearly four years. It's an 8000 pipe organ survived the fire that destroyed the cathedral's roof and toppled the spire. But the fire code of the instrument in toxic lead dust that now has to be carefully removed. 5
Trump wants to ban Tik Tok
"Actually let's talk a little bit about Tick Tock today I performed this morning. An Act of rebellion. I downloaded installation talk on my iphone because who knows how much longer I'll be able to do it it's very confusing I don't know what's going on. Tick Tock, which is owned by the Chinese company Bite Dance Safest that committee. Or foreign investment in the United. States apparently is investigating I. Think they actually issued a ruling saying that like, wow away tick tock was a threat to the United States One of the ways tiktok became really big as by acquiring a couple years ago musically, which is really I think from what I see on. tiktok kind of the backbone of what Tick Tock is these days, which is lip synching or acting or dancing to an original track It's it's very entertaining. It's a it's probably the most engaging social network out there. But apparently, it's a threat to our way of life. On Friday the president on Air Force One. said that he was about to ban it as soon as yesterday. From the United States I'm not sure under what law safest can do it I think. But I don't know if the president can by executive order banning application. then for the last week Microsoft Been. Negotiating to buy the American rights to talk to kind of create a tick tick Tock America that would be separate from the Chinese bite. Dance. TIKTOK. But then the president says I'M GONNA ban it but I don't want anybody to buy it. So, micro-. Microsoft said. Threw their hands off and said figure it out and there. They didn't end the conversation with bite dance. Apparently, they were fairly close but they're not forwarding it until they find out what happens I'm GonNa make a prediction. Nothing is going to happen except now people are going to download and use TIKTOK. Brianna is tick tock a threat to national security. It's not a unique threat to national security. We need to have a conversation about the kinds of information social media APPS are able to download from our phones. We all remember the scandals of facebook on android downloading your tire phone list gang everyone you've ever called. We need to have a conversation about that, but there's there's really no evidence that what Tiktok is pulling is any greater than what you know facebook instagram these other social media sites are. Pulling so far. So we need a wider discussion about that. How's it just want to say I wish I could tell you this was just trump in the Republicans that would make me very happy. My heart broke today to see Chuck Schumer on the Sunday morning shows advocating the same thing tech talk. So you know it's it is we need to have a conversation about national security and the amount of information were giving up but it's I think. To just focus on TIKTOK. Sign of. Phobia. Or Zena Phobia Paris, you seem like a Tiktok user. I that's only because you're younger than. I. Did recently re downloaded when this whole. Wanted to make sure that I had it. I'm sure is a common response. I agree with everything the Brown said in the sense that I don't know I've been particularly disturbed by. The reactions to take talks, data collection both from the left and right and just. Experts in the tech field generally over the past couple of months because it is definitely coming from a place of seeing phobia. I mean, we have so many different. American. Made APPS that. Do many of the same things I mean one thing that I've seen noted quite often as to talk has the ability to see what you've. You know copied near Clipboard when guests so do most of the apps you have on your phone. Is Operatives. It's not a tiktok specific problem. This came up because of Iowa's fourteen, which is in public Beta now so people are suddenly using it and dozens of applications. I. Think must be a library that they all subscribe to infect somebody a couple of weeks ago. Somebody told me that it was. Ad Library I use of what a clearly noninvasive program from panic software Call Code editor, which lets me log into my Server. with SSh and and edit files and things like that and it was. I got the same thing that you get on Iowa's fourteen O, coders looking clipboard every time I typed to character. Now I don't think coded only panic software famous for an FTP program and this H. Program is at spying on me obviously, they're not. they're using the same code library. So it's a, it's a, it's a bug. That's what Lincoln Microsoft's linked in said as well. So. I think it's also just one of those things where if you're building an APP especially in. The Tom I. Don't know there was a time when absence of for being built were there wasn't this conversation about security and privacy. Why would map designers not take the position of? Yeah. All the things maybe we'll need that information talk said quite credibly. We're just looking to see if you put a url on your clipboard so we can pasted in. That seems credible I. Don't know if you need to do it every single time I type of character that seems like more that book I can tell you firsthand from developing an Iowa it's often easiest just to get it submitted to the APP store to take a bunch of permissions and It's just it's like you're trying to debugging in. Store, to accept it is just quirky. I can't tell you how many times I in other APP developers have. Just it's a very, very quirky system. So I, think this is just in Beta. I think it's really important to point out as far as the impetus for this I personally do not think it's a coincidence that tiktok was widely credited for disrupting trump's Tulsa rally a couple of weeks ago and Sarah Cooper is so famous for she's making five star she's she's amazing and those videos are brutal to trump and I I don't. That's a coincidence. She does trump limps licks lip sync. And I was talking to a friend said you know is the trump on TV I can't understand what he's saying but then I watched Cooper and that makes sense Sarah ads expressions and Gestures and all kinds of makes sense all of us and so I don't think the president should be so quick to to not like Sarah purchase he's adding context Might have something to do with it certainly in his mind because we know. You know. I don't know what he's going to do to Cape Pop stands because they were the other the other group that apparently figured out that you could register took on trump's team has got to be wise enough to know you can't take on the capons stands. Being. The capon stands the United States would crumble. Yes. That would be it would be over right. You just can't win against the K pop stands So. They were both advocating people sign up for the Tulsa Rally and not not show and Honestly the fault lies with Brad Par Scout trump's former campaign manager and his campaign team for believing all those registrations and building a giant outdoor stage. Giant parking lot so that the millions of people who are going to be coming because they all registered would have somewhere to be, and then I loved. Well, I shouldn't say that that sounds partisan was interesting to see the one person with the baby stroller in that giant area and the rest of the arena half full or third full So I could see why he might be a little angry about that. Is there. No, Matt. And I'm not putting you in the position of speaking for the government I want to say that in fact, we should have said that. That Nazi for the. Federal government but you also having worked Akiko Google you understand how you know a little bit about how this stuff works the the there's not any proof that while way for instance, has ever done anything. Particularly Evil they've done some commercial espionage apparently, but nothing could particularly evil but there's the potential if they run the entire five G. Network that at some point, they could inject malicious software to the network or shut it down. Is What could Even even sounds stupid asking it. What could take time do? It's the forbidden APP. If you think about it if you don't have it on your phone, it could disappear at any time. No I think it's it's less about that although you do see companies like Amazon saying, Hey, on your work phone or work device please don't install. And they did it. Because they realize Oh we do business with these guys. Let's not this them off but wells Fargo did that I think the Department of Defense I don't know about you sds, but it's reasonable if you've got a company phone. Probably shouldn't have facebook or instagram on it either you right? Yeah. I keep my twitter and all that stuff very far away from work phone. It's my it's my personal account, but you know it's I can understand why people want to have just a a sense of okay. Let's be careful. Let's see what's going on and then You know just making sure that you can depend on the. Tools all the way down reflections on trusting trust. You can put things into a compiler, which then you can remove it from the source code and turns out that thing can stay in the compiler for years and years and years. So you know you don't WanNa be load bearing on any particular technology that you can't quite vouch for his guesses what people are thinking, what would be the legal? How could a president ban an APP in the United States I was thinking about this in the one thing the United States government is very effective at is We we we went after Isis in I sell at a very effective way instead of this Ip address to a recruitment site you can't access it. So my my guess would be the executive order would basically grafter the ISP's and say you can't go to this particular ISP but think about that I know of VPN products is sponsor show sponsored mind and to know how few seconds would take the average teenager together VPN account to just keep their tiktok going. Yesterday I downloaded the tiktok cap the first video that came up credit account 'cause I forgot my previous password was a if Tiktok it's banned. Here's how to get around it. You don't Vpn you can go into the settings, your phone, change your country of origin to Canada and then You're great. Exactly I mean it's not enforceable basically So I mean one thing Leo I think. Matt and I would probably agree that we do need to. I don't know if it's more oversight from the point of sale like on the APP store or Google play I I don't know if it's kind of an External Code audit policy for these kinds of APPs on their own by countries I. Think we agree we we need more oversight and we need to make sure all of these are not stealing data from people and just to get people very brief history lesson you know Edward Snowden had some very serious allegations about our own spying agencies using. Facebook to gather intelligence on people all around the world there's evidence for that. There's no hard evidence at this point the Tiktok is doing any of this. So if we're serious about doing this, the answer isn't to further balkanize the United States from the rest of the world the answers to form coalitions with other countries say look if you're going to operate here in, you know if you're gonNA have the software operating in our country here, the rule you have to follow you can't just arbitrarily download people's Phone books, there's going to be You know civil fights. That's clearly the way to go is got to be bigger than just tiktok. I'm just looking at Tick Tock on my iphone. It has access to my photos because I gave it access to my photo so I could put a profile picture on there. it gives me notifications I could turn that off. That's that's a push though that's not a poll. Background APP refresh means it can run in the background and cellular data doesn't ask for. location data doesn't ask for I mean facebook asks for ten times more. That's why I don't have it on my phone. I. mean the worst thing Tiktok does is waste millions of hours a productivity, and maybe that's a recent ban I don't know. But I, just I don't understand how it could be used. If it's not getting location permissions, how could it be used maliciously and I think it is getting location position. I know that I've know anecdotally at least from a couple of friends whenever they let's say go to Connecticut to visit family or something they will suddenly get Connecticut. Themed Tiktok content or something similar. Okay. that could just be from. Connection you can get that from the IP address so they could get a Geo location through IP address without asking APP without telling apple that they're doing that that would make sense. Okay. So they're getting them. Every cannon probably, I hate to say it probably does do that.
Microsoft to 'move quickly' on TikTok deal following Trump talks
"The last week Microsoft Been. Negotiating to buy the American rights to talk to kind of create a tick tick Tock America that would be separate from the Chinese bite. Dance. TIKTOK. But then the president says I'M GONNA ban it but I don't want anybody to buy it. So, micro-. Microsoft said. Threw their hands off and said figure it out and there. They didn't end the conversation with bite dance. Apparently, they were fairly close but they're not forwarding it until they find out what happens I'm GonNa make a prediction. Nothing is going to happen except now people are going to download and use TIKTOK. Brianna is tick tock a threat to national security. It's not a unique threat to national security. We need to have a conversation about the kinds of information social media APPS are able to download from our phones. We all remember the scandals of facebook on android downloading your tire phone list gang everyone you've ever called. We need to have a conversation about that, but there's there's really no evidence that what Tiktok is pulling is any greater than what you know facebook instagram these other social media sites are. Pulling so far. So we need a wider discussion about that. How's it just want to say I wish I could tell you this was just trump in the Republicans that would make me very happy. My heart broke today to see Chuck Schumer on the Sunday morning shows advocating the same thing tech talk. So you know it's it is we need to have a conversation about national security and the amount of information were giving up but it's I think. To just focus on TIKTOK. Sign of. Phobia. Or Zena Phobia Paris, you seem like a Tiktok user. I that's only because you're younger than. I. Did recently re downloaded when this whole. Wanted to make sure that I had it. I'm sure is a common response. I agree with everything the Brown said in the sense that I don't know I've been particularly disturbed by. The reactions to take talks, data collection both from the left and right and just. Experts in the tech field generally over the past couple of months because it is definitely coming from a place of seeing phobia. I mean, we have so many different. American. Made APPS that. Do many of the same things I mean one thing that I've seen noted quite often as to talk has the ability to see what you've. You know copied near Clipboard when guests so do most of the apps you have on your phone. Is Operatives. It's not a tiktok specific problem. This came up because of Iowa's fourteen, which is in public Beta now so people are suddenly using it and dozens of applications. I. Think must be a library that they all subscribe to infect somebody a couple of weeks ago. Somebody told me that it was. Ad Library I use of what a clearly noninvasive program from panic software Call Code editor, which lets me log into my Server. with SSh and and edit files and things like that and it was. I got the same thing that you get on Iowa's fourteen O, coders looking clipboard every time I typed to character. Now I don't think coded only panic software famous for an FTP program and this H. Program is at spying on me obviously, they're not. they're using the same code library. So it's a, it's a, it's a bug. That's what Lincoln Microsoft's linked in said as well. So. I think it's also just one of those things where if you're building an APP especially in. The Tom I. Don't know there was a time when absence of for being built were there wasn't this conversation about security and privacy. Why would map designers not take the position of? Yeah. All the things maybe we'll need that information talk said quite credibly. We're just looking to see if you put a url on your clipboard so we can pasted in. That seems credible I. Don't know if you need to do it every single time I type of character that seems like more that book I can tell you firsthand from developing an Iowa it's often easiest just to get it submitted to the APP store to take a bunch of permissions and It's just it's like you're trying to debugging in. Store, to accept it is just quirky. I can't tell you how many times I in other APP developers have. Just it's a very, very quirky system. So I, think this is just in Beta. I think it's really important to point out as far as the impetus for this I personally do not think it's a coincidence that tiktok was widely credited for disrupting trump's Tulsa rally a couple of weeks ago and Sarah Cooper is so famous for she's making five star she's she's amazing and those videos are brutal to trump and I I don't. That's a coincidence. She does trump limps licks lip sync. And I was talking to a friend said you know is the trump on TV I can't understand what he's saying but then I watched Cooper and that makes sense Sarah ads expressions and Gestures and all kinds of makes sense all of us and so I don't think the president should be so quick to to not like Sarah purchase he's adding context Might have something to do with it certainly in his mind because we know. You know. I don't know what he's going to do to Cape Pop stands because they were the other the other group that apparently figured out that you could register took on trump's team has got to be wise enough to know you can't take on the capons stands. Being. The capon stands the United States would crumble. Yes. That would be it would be over
Asia-Pacific tourism makes patchy restart, and some missteps
"Sleepy lines empty bonds lost jobs it's become a world without tourism the period without mass tourism is seeing lines to sleep undisturbed in south Africa's bush and quiet Paris's Louvre museum but agonizing pain and worry for millions around the world who depend on the industry shattered by the coronavirus well then no American visit is to show around from C. D. day beaches and shuttle the tool guide in Paris tells the AP although worries about how she will continue to care for her ailing mother unknown Portugal's beautiful Algarve coast catastrophe looms the empty hotels bars and restaurants despite government hopes tourists will come I'm Charles de Ledesma
Margot Livesey: The Boy in the Field
"Today, I'm happy to report that my guest is Margot Lipsey her newest book is the boy in the field it's published by Harper. And it's said correctly that it's a cross between a mystery thriller and the coming of age novel but you mentioned the particular kind of thrower of locked room mystery. Tell us what locked room mystery as. Well I'm someone who doesn't reach many thrillers but my understanding of through mystery is that There is no possible solution at yet solution exists and certainly in my novels I think of people's brains locked rooms locked rooms were trying to get into or trying to get alcohol job. Yes snow when I've read that in the book I thought, yes, the brain is the ultimate locked room. But what about the heart? The Heart? Yes. Perhaps even more the heart because the heart has its reasons that reasons does not comprehend. So yeah, they're all know syllogisms for the heart. It's a beautiful book because what happens essentially Is. The three children. Find the Boy Wyoming. For. Own intensive purposes asleep or dead in a field. They're afraid because they see that his legs are bloody. and. The youngest of them Dunkin, a boy who's been adopted is sent out to the road to flag down someone to Cohen Ambulance. As it. Turns out. The boring is not dead although his consciousness is on the wane. And he says at least according to these three children one of three things coward or Cowry or CAL slip. And the way this book works is that each of the three children has an interpretation not just of what the boy says but of how the boy got there of what life in the family is like. The father is perhaps having an affair. The youngest adopted child is looking for his lost I mother who was Turkish. Essentially. You say. That the book. Is like a compass and ultimately, there are thirty two points on the compass and the character can be proceeding toward any of those thirty two points now isn't a novel and this isn't a long novel. This is approximately two hundred and fifty. Some pages isn't it hard to make an potter novel that takes you in so many directions. It was hard to plot the novel absolutely and. Kept to mine something cats were meant field roach one of her lectures about how Every. Member of the family is is struggling to get free is struggling to step into their own life as it were I'm same time still wants to be part of this peculiar organism, the family. Three children you know cup so must like cubism. That's very different points of view about what was happening around the volume, the field. And in their own lives and in their family. Experiencing the family differently. Well, it's kind of amazing because each. Option. HAS A counter option? So the daughter Zoe is in love with a man that man is in love with a woman who was living in Paris, that woman living in Paris is married and feels that her husband comes first. So the constant shifting of point of view and possibility is dazzling you can't as a reader. Put Down what is going to be presented to you next. King for that very complimentary remark. Well, I do think it's one of my I'm Mike core beliefs if you will that. Everybody has a secret has a secret sorrow if you will and. AM. Real takes quite a long time before that emerges even even in the closest friend and of course. We're also refined new Soros. We find new secrets and we surrender other Zimmer's ongoing flux of life.
Interviewing Bucks' legend Marques Johnson
"And it's our Pleasure to welcome in a two time Emmy Award winning bucks. TV analysts a five time eh, NBA All Star. Did also play at Bella and won a national championship. That's Marcus Johnson here with us on the Zach Yelp show. Marcus appreciate the time How you doing? I'm doing bills. Everything is no good. All can play good benefits in basketball family from your lips to God's ears. Can't wait to see what's gonna happen in the N B. A bubble. I saw video back in February, You were wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey and you actually threw it down in your road. I'm still dunking at 64 years old. Have you been dunking at all during the pandemic? Or was that a one time thing at 64 district Cream donuts, Bad eye. You must have been nervous, right? Well, every year on my birthday, I do a dung just to see if I could still do it. I didn't plan on doing it this year. Just chill out at my son's a SIA. All over social media. They have got to do it contingent to the one in Sydney one in with that inside, And so, of course, I did a couple of warm up to feel pretty good and And we decided absent phone brought up two tackles. Omar, you know, taco fallen. Whoever jumped over him, Aaron Gordon. Whoever dumped over way last year Next year I'll be 65. That's the official retirement age. I've been retired. I'm Travis. You have to do one more 65 years old. I gotta pay the bed after that. I don't blame you. I don't. I can't even dunk right now. I can't imagine being able to dunk when you're in your sixties. Marcus Johnson here with us on the show. When we look at this MBA restart. We know that the Bucks are the best team in the league. From a record standpoint right now they're going to be the number one seed in the Eastern Conference. The's eight games inside of the bubble. What do you look for out of them where they could really ease themselves back into playing shape? The annex a great question. I was just kind of pondering that looking at the books. Play that scrimmage against neworleans the other night and You know, I just don't think that teams should put too much into the eight. Feeding games. It's a gradual buildup. You want to be planned your best basketball. Obviously when, when the playoffs start. This is such a weird. Praise the different type of experiment. Probably guys. And so, um, you know, see positives from the brother. I've seen not good things about in terms of Kind of fighting since, um, some difficulties against the product in here tonight, but, you know the season games Because boom Jose lost compete. He's gonna want these guys to come out and and just so effort show competitive competitiveness from Paris. But I'm not sure about the ones. The won and lost record is important. At this stage of the game. It's all about kind of a slow, gradual buildup. I've been exploding wants to play all secure here. When you look at the team from last year to this year. What do you see is the biggest difference as they even got better from what they were last year, which was impressive. Well, I mean, ways that it rest values that they're so what he has done that He's given Chris Middleton a breather at defense. Can't Chris I was just looking up Christian defensive record 107th overall, 22nd ranked small forward LeBron and collide As I said at the top. But Chris doesn't have to get all that energy trying to beat this Great three and the win. Clare and I could focus on his office and I was a result becomes one of seven or eight guys who was Trying to suit you both 20% from the three point line, stick to the set plus from the field and monitor it from the people that I think a 20 point today. Yes, I think that's direct benefit to Chris Middleton. Eric Bledsoe also, let's not forget him, Master. He struggle big time last couple of years in the playoffs and honestly, stuff a big farm of the playoffs. Uh, this year, he seemed to be a lot more comfortable in his basketball scared now. It is kind of getting a late start based on tested positive and them in quarantine and all that stuff. How quickly he could kind of get back into a rhythm and flow going to be a big difference. But today I think this team has gotten even better, but local tradition of Robin Has really been a great great move. But John forced our president breaking Robin Lopez, and now we've got two bent beak gets standings and leave so I think the defense has been even better than the great detective team from last season. Marcus Johnson here with us it Zaki help show on CBS Sports radio doing a little bubble breakdown on the Milwaukee butts nationally. The big question about Chris Middleton is. Can the Bucks win it all with him? Be in the Bucks. Second best player. He's a two time All Star. Give me the local feel on that. Our people still concerned locally about Middleton be in that number to peace and winning the championship this year. Right here is where you go. I could go to a barber shop in the hold of the brothers give Ah, little about depended on Chris have the huge games but In terms of inside basketball people, people that have watched Chris closely like myself. I really believe that Chris, it's all about his confident being an all Star to the second consecutive D up really? Helps his belief in himself as being one of the elite players in the league and kept in one of the shooters in the league. And you couple that with the fact that he comes back, he's getting guns for arms and get this definition I've never seen before. His body status. Probably way dog looks really good, really in great shape of the Kalpoe talked about his explosion and bounciness coming back after the four months off was really, really surprised. So he's really putting the work that during this time off to come back and make himself I've been so on. But with president mentally I think that way you get tomato last year, the average with just 14 points in the field, and he left. How Laurie, pending for a big cheque of those minutes in that six game lost to the crap. You have to be enough to love. So you've got a lot to prove, but I think Based on what I'm looking at changes of his body where he is physically brave is right. But I think he's ready to make that statement. When I look at the Eastern Conference, I really do fully expect Milwaukee. To get to the finals. They were in that one seed spot last year did not get there When you look at the Eastern Conference this year, who's the biggest challenger for the Bucks when the season resumes tomorrow night? It's really interesting. You get him some. I think three really legitimate. Even the Miami that mix also, you can't count out exposure and then the butler as your lead gap, but I think there's still a little bit godly hero of none. And guys like that. And then he began by making just a little bit young and that, Betty, but I really believe that Celtics man. I mean, people talk about the Raptors, who I respect about. Nick Norris is a great coach. Brad Stevens was great, but one through four in terms of scoring and issues and problems. You know Jason Taylor planted Kemba Walker is the number one option. That's two through four group these guys to produce and I think about taking on like the game, and that's the most since that Golden State a couple of years ago, but most just like second most 1995 in terms of looking for and then when Gordon Hayward is your fourth option, going going home. What is your fourth option? And then we talk about a container my greatest been, but then this Dylan Brown watching his footwork. Watching the lip bruised stands the finishes in traffic. He's a guy that could be a real problem for team like the book had been. The wild card would be market smart. Distant Jabba, even though Marcus Smart Sixthree export out of 16 11 Marcus Smart office of players and we know how much she just underneath their skin. And so he's a guy that has given me honest as much trouble as anybody scoring effectively and officially against it, So I said that and then the two big catch I mean the pick and roll for five hours straight that Boston life's run. Those two guys found business cancer, pounded it inside a greatjob getting into the paint and score of them that I'm not gonna puke my shot and roll that movies have private medical himself. I really believe that Celtics to me that they're not deed. I think both those four score that they have been a lot of pressure on the Milwaukee ways that do the Middleton. To defend at a high level every night in order to be a minute in a series.
Nazis Stole Thousands Of Musical Instruments. Where Are They?
"The Nazi plunder of Jewish owned artwork in Europe during World War two is well known, but the Nazis Also looted thousands of musical instruments from Jews. A conference of researchers in Paris discussed this looting. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley was there, and she sent this report in the spring of 1945 with Paris liberated, but the war in Europe not yet over, French officials announced that hundreds of stolen pianos would be exhibited in three warehouses. French archivist Caroline Picket, E says those who'd lost an instrument were invited to write letters to make an appointment to take offence. You know, you know, I was astounded to find their pianos and so many Jewish homes, even the most modest ones for Taylor's in corset makers. These families were not well off, but they had a taste for music. Families before the war played the classics, says P. Getty Show Palm Mo's art and popular tunes of the day. Musician and historian Vellum. Jeffries has written what's considered the defining work on the Nazi pillaging of musical life in Western Europe, he says. Around 1935 the Nazis started documenting European Jews holdings in art, literature and music. So where Germany faded. Crams it May title 40. They're already commandos ready to seize and steal all the cultural things off youth in France. They emptied. The apartments of prominent musicians who had fled. The next wave of plundering came with the deportation of ordinary Jews beginning in 1942. It's really a very sophisticated personalization the Jews, of course, sent to concentration camps in their processions. Were catalogs and inventoried and systematically sense to mainly German people has had several strong The Allied bombings. Both Defreeze and Picket E were at the Paris gathering of scholars. So was Carla Shop pro who teaches law and European studies at the University of California, Berkeley. A pro, says there are families still looking for their instruments. But the work is difficult because the documentation is so scattered. Every nation has records. There's many, many different bodies of records. And went out looking at all of those and seeing their interconnections.
Pricing Our Climate
"So do you think you can give us some of the big climate updates for the last year? Because twenty twenty has been a bit of a rough one and I think that a lot of people have been distracted from the long term. Twenty twenty has been talked about in the last few years by a lot of climate experts as are really important year. It's the point at which we would expect to start saying emissions decline. My name is Kate. McKenzie, I write a column for Bloomberg Grain I. Also advise organizations that are working towards a the Paris agreement goals in all kinds of capacities. So we sometimes call that bending the curve because you'll emissions have been increasing most years for obviously a many many decades now, and that's the first thing that needs to changes that annual growth rate needs to really end and start reversing at a fairly steep right because there's obviously a lot less air travel and certain other kinds of transit in particular and activity. Obviously, emissions are down this year. It's not really clear whether that's going to be permanent and it's not clear at what point you know that might rebound, and again, we don't want a lot of these particular changes to be permanent because they're so harmful. To cut those missions and otherwise. I we on the right. Track. There's a lot of encouraging signs, but there's also a lot of causes for concern, the overall emissions trajectory. If you kind of plotted out on todd, it's still not on a pathway that we should be on. There's also I. Guess Questions about the international process and the extent to which countries are meeting their commitments under the Paris Agreement to target a cut in their missions, and whether they're actually doing that quickly enough and keeping up with the schedule to be UN climate meeting that usually takes place at the end of the year is postponed this year until late next year but that process is still. Continuing in the background where countries are still being asked to look at their emissions plans look at their long term plans and talk about how they're actually planning to cut their emissions to get to nine zero by twenty fifty. All right. So it sounds like we still have a lot of work to do you know can't shouldn't. On a pandemic to get us to do the right thing for the environment definitely not. Even before we were grappling with a public health crisis, the United States was moving away from important climate initiatives at the end of twenty nineteen, the trump administration formally announced that it would withdraw the US from the Paris agreement abandoning nearly two hundred countries that have pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Many experts feel that this agreement is the world's last and best shot at keeping the globe from reaching the temperature of no return, a two degree Celsius increase from pre industrial levels. A big part of the administration's rationale for leaving the agreement was that it presented a threat to the US economy. This argument has struck many economists and climate scientists is misguided given the dire economic threats of climate change itself. So, there's two main ways to think about climate change in financial markets. If you think about things that you earn or things that can be bought and sold on financial markets, these can be affected in two main ways by climate change one is as the world moves away from what we call a carbon intensive economy companies and assets that have assumed that that warrant happen will value. The best example I suppose would be something like coal fired power
Pricing Our Climate
"Do you think you can give us some of the big climate updates for the last year? Because twenty twenty has been a bit of a rough one and I think that a lot of people have been distracted from the long term. Twenty twenty has been talked about in the last few years by a lot of climate experts as are really important year. It's the point at which we would expect to start saying emissions decline. My name is Kate. McKenzie, I write a column for Bloomberg Grain I. Also advise organizations that are working towards a the Paris agreement goals in all kinds of capacities. So we sometimes call that bending the curve because you'll emissions have been increasing most years for obviously a many many decades now, and that's the first thing that needs to changes that annual growth rate needs to really end and start reversing at a fairly steep right because there's obviously a lot less air travel and certain other kinds of transit in particular and activity. Obviously, emissions are down this year. It's not really clear whether that's going to be permanent and it's not clear at what point you know that might rebound, and again, we don't want a lot of these particular changes to be permanent because they're so harmful. To cut those missions and otherwise. I we on the right. Track. There's a lot of encouraging signs, but there's also a lot of causes for concern, the overall emissions trajectory. If you kind of plotted out on todd, it's still not on a pathway that we should be on. There's also I. Guess Questions about the international process and the extent to which countries are meeting their commitments under the Paris Agreement to target a cut in their missions, and whether they're actually doing that quickly enough and keeping up with the schedule to be UN climate meeting that usually takes place at the end of the year is postponed this year until late next year but that process is still. Continuing in the background where countries are still being asked to look at their emissions plans look at their long term plans and talk about how they're actually planning to cut their emissions to get to nine zero by twenty
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"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.
"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.
"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review
"What i have been doing lately a short story by jamaican caved which appeared in issue eighty two winter 1980 one he also heard a few excerpts of jamaica can k recorded in her garden whom and vermont kohl stanza number one a poem by robert ply which appeared in the pariser views very first issue published in the spring of 1950 three it was read by caitlyn young quest associate editor at the paris review or thanks as always to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review especial thanks this week the dan o'donnell for editing help on the solter and to the three bad pennies the jazz trio planing the party seen that was recorded live at the pariser views winter issue launch event 2017 this podcast is a coproduction of the paris review in stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brennan francis noon the reverend john delor in me nicole rubik our production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff believes in that levin our advisory board members are toniann fernandez lien chef them idul mazzotta and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound design by john door featuring original music composed by dated cieri plays piano organs and water firm with mike brown onbase she's outage maily and samos of out on drums and robbed schwimmer on the how can continue additional compositions and sequencing by casey holford if you liked with you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher harappa podcasts as always if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the parents of u dot org you'll get access to our full digital archive and four print issues featuring the very best in poetry fiction any interviews delivered straight your door on good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening.
"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.
"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
"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.
"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review
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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review
"This podcast as a coproduction of the pairs of you in stitcher our executive producer chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john galore and me nicole ridic our production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff leaves and matt levin our advisory board members are toniann fernandez lien chapped and it jio mas oto and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound designed by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who plays piano organism waterfront with mike brown on base shishov odd ishmaeli and sam ospel bottom drums and robbed schwimmer on the how can continue special shadows to speak to doug gould a tear note records and more had city north carolina were david said there's was recorded if you liked what you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast or wherever you get your audio fix and if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris if you don't work you'll get access to our full digital archive going all the way back to nineteen fifty three and four print issues featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight your door on good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening terrific okay thanks a lot bop stitcher here's a preview of what's coming up in the next episode of the paris of you podcast paroled another joy and smoke debt and remove my shirt and fed the fire apprehensively and sat on the bare floor of the cabin in growled and rocked like a baby oh testimony fact feeds her story dark and winding road my thoughts turn to the primitive longings of early man and i searched in my heart for some remnant of primal want in this and because i was looking i found it plus archival tape of george putin's visit the hunter as thompson at his home alfarm lou what we talk about what are you.
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"How late it was for pleasures like nicotine in music but how i had loved them and how i had left my grandfather i began to cry and what a new is probably a shabby way telling myself that i was crying for him when i stopped it wasn't because i was afraid of with the woman with the camino cut might think i understood the she wasn't coming i understood to that i wasn't ever going to see her again she had picked me up so gently because she had been saying goodbye that concludes the pariser view podcast episode five to see you again the pieces that you heard in this episode arm be fn me by lucy berlin which appeared an issue to thirteen summer 2015 it was read by allison frazier voyage in the dark a memory piece written and read by brian coleman it first appeared on line on the paris few daily on july twenty first two thousand seventeen sweetheart written and red by eileen miles from issue to twenty one summer two thousand seventeen on voy written and red by caleb cream also for an issue to 21 summer two thousand seventeen special thanks to the ninety seconds streetwise unterberg poetry center and to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review this podcast is a coproduction of the pariser view and stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john galore and me nicole roddick are production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff leaves and matt leaden our advisory board members for tony and fernandez plan shopped him ejiofor mas oto and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound design by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who please piano organs and water phone with mike brown on base shas amish malay and sam moskva on drums and rob schwimmer on the hack and continuum special shut out this week to michael kohlmann the engineer at figure eight studios in brooklyn who captured all this great original scoring additional com.
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"If you're an entrepreneur a small business owner or even if you have a side gig reading books let me introduce you to grasshopper the entrepreneur's phone system grasshopper lets you send and receive calls and text from your new business phone number that way can run your business from anywhere new york los angeles the moon and he responded clients quickly with grasshoppers mobile apps grasshopper sign up today good grasshopper dot com slash paris to get twenty dollars off your first month that's grasshopper dot com slash p a r i s the following episode contains mature content parental discretion is advised for any listeners under the age of eighteen oh yeah this is though bowman sharp dressed uh i met and george years ago before we begin we'd like to dedicate this episode typical liz on a longtime variable at a board member and at the moment i on my way no valet boga called unless this voice mel for our very first episode in new york i wear ripped rhetoric print camps and in california i wear regular g you'll be missed kobo everywhere i wear gold hoop earrings no injuries were roles on two three four one mustache on the sound that life's mehta the cold hiding because it's your roy do not actively 100 but but a super sweet this seeing which is the travel far the thief is not how to steal the chiefs will but where i had to blow it but.
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"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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"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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"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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