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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New sounds, dot org. 74 and partly sunny now, mostly sunny and 86, watch out for showers if you go to that event tonight. It's 7 45. It's morning edition on WNYC on Michael hill. Former mayor Bill de Blasio is no longer a candidate in the crowded race for the tenth congressional district, which covers Lower Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn. De Blasio dropped out last week saying he didn't have enough support. WNYC's Elizabeth Kim sat down with de Blasio to talk about why he says he won't run for office again and what he wishes he had done better as mayor. I meet de Blasio outside of park slope cafe. He stressed casually. Khakis and rolled up shirt sleeves. The moment feels bigger than just the ending of a campaign. De Blasio, who served as a city council member in public advocate before becoming mayor, has also said he won't run again for elected office. I ask him why. I feel like I actually fulfilled a lot of my campaign promises, and that's an amazing feeling. But it has been clear in the last few years that whatever I did right and wrong, and I'm clear I made some mistakes that

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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:17 min | 3 months ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is morning addition on WNYC I'm Mike hill The New York City school system has been called the most segregated in America but there are high schools in Brooklyn who are trying to integrate on the volleyball court The John Jay Jaguars are the subject of a special series from WNYC studios and the bell which is appearing on the United States of anxiety it's called keeping score and with me now is the host of the series Alana Casanova Burgess Alana good morning Hi hi Michael So tell me about the series Since September I've been spending a lot of time with the girls varsity volleyball team at the John Jay educational campus in Brooklyn They've been trying to do a couple of things One is they're trying to win a city championship and they've got a lot of strong players a really experienced coaching staff so all that is great But then there's the backstory to this team And why this season is pretty exceptional The students on the team attend 5 different high schools four of which share the same building in park slope and they used to play sports separately So three of the schools are majority black and Latino students They used to play together on one team and then the fourth school is a selective high school where most of the students are white and Asian And they played on their own team along with students from their sister school in Manhattan And really this building in park slope is a thumbnail sketch of the school system as a whole Admissions policies and the policies that shape the educational system do sort kids into different buckets But this year is different Yeah so this is the first school year where they've all played together So before this students in the school barely saw each other or spoke to each other if they went to different schools So this is a huge shift These two school teams coming together The students themselves they know what this experiment is all about Well they know that the outcome could be a more united building a building where students know each other better a building where they have more interactions with other students So yeah I mean the outcome could be that everyone gets an equal shot at playing and they make friends across the building and then that sort of the beginning of antiracist work here And I should say that we actually teamed up with an organization called the bell That's a nonprofit group with student journalists and they helped us gather voices for this story and do some of their own reporting One of them is Mariah Morgan She actually plays on the volleyball team She's a junior at park slope collegiate which was part of the three school team that was mostly black and Latino we meet her in the first episode And I want to play just a couple of minutes of that because you can hear just how important this merger feels to her I want this to work I really do because it has the potential to be incredibly antiracist I think the campuses have been separated for too long And I think a more unified campus is probably a good thing But there are moments where I'm going to be honest I just don't know how we're going to make it work But I believe in it my family believes in it I want other black and brown.

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"park slope" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"park slope" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"To max politics. This is Ben max from Gotham gazette, a publication of citizen union foundation. Thanks very much for tuning in here for this episode of the show. My guest today is here to announce her decision to run for Congress. City council member carlina Rivera of Manhattan joins me in just a moment, stay tuned. This announcement and conversation are happening because we have new congressional maps in New York. Hopefully you've heard, especially here on the show where we've been talking about this, including a recent conversation with state senator Alessandra biaggi, who's running for Congress in an upstate district. We and many others, including potential candidates deciding whether to run in this year's elections are still processing the new boundaries of New York's congressional districts, as well as those for the state Senate, which were also redrawn significantly, created out of a messy, convoluted redistricting process that just unfolded New York's new congressional maps for its districts in the U.S. House of Representatives were informed by, among other factors, the 2020 census, which led to a loss of one House seat for the state due to population trends. It's going to go from 27 seats to 26 seats next year based on the decisions in these elections as New York's delegation to the House of Representatives continues to shrink. It's a decades long trend. And there's also considerations into these new boundaries based on what are called communities of interest, demographic shifts within the state and within New York City and much more. One of the major takeaways of the new maps and their fallout in New York City is there's a new tenth congressional district with no incumbent running, given the contours of this new tenth district, which now includes a big chunk of downtown Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, including parts of downtown Brooklyn, park slope, Red Hook, sunset park, borough park, and more, representative Jerry Nadler, who represents the current tense district, is now running in the new 12th district, which includes his upper west side base and much of the upper east side base of representative Carolyn maloney..

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Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

"New York City police identify a suspect responsible for the unprovoked fatal shooting of a passenger aboard a subway train Andrew Abdullah is wanted by police who tweeted a photo of the 25 year old court record show he has two open criminal cases and several arrests On Sunday just before noon 48 year old Daniel Enrique was on his way to brunch from his park slope Brooklyn home on the last car of the Q trade as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge police say witnesses tell them the suspect Abdullah was pacing the train then stopped in front of Enrique took out a gun and shot him in the chest When the train got to canal he took off mayor Eric Adams The city must be safe And that is what I must do as the mayor of the city Julie Walker New York

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"park slope" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

05:31 min | 10 months ago

"park slope" Discussed on Planet Money

"This message comes from NPR sponsor, Capital One, now you can get paid up to two days early with direct deposit. That's banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? Terms apply, see Capital One dot com slash bank, Capital One NA, member FDIC. This message comes from a PR sponsor BlackBerry, BlackBerry mobile devices were powerful because they were secure. Today, it's pairing the security you held in your hand, with AI to protect everything you touch. Learn more at BlackBerry dot com, BlackBerry, intelligent security, everywhere. One now that you've heard the story and so that brings us back to the day after Thanksgiving. A street corner in park slope, Brooklyn, the Citroen family listening to our every word, captivated by the story of why the Great Recession means they should pay a $150 for a tree that we bought for 55. But the nice thing is, when people, if someone were to see your tree, maybe in the background of a Zoom call, or perhaps a visit. You could just say to them, hey, do you have 20 minutes? Because you could listen to an entire episode about this exact tree. Yeah. I mean, that's just. Well, that does make it more valuable. Yeah, definitely. It could make it more valuable because obviously the story has currency. I mean, that's what you're selling us is a story. And a Christmas tree. Don't forget. Christmas tree. Biggest one off. We've had the top tree off the pile, unwrap it, and honestly, it is not that bad. It's time to haggle. And immediately we realized that because we told the citron family, the story of the tree, we have lost a lot of our negotiating power. We don't need to hear the show to know that these are second rate trees. But. Wow. But frankly, there's no other trees out right now. Yeah. There's a lot of demand in Brooklyn for trees this year. Not yet. What did they say they paid? They told us. They told us, if we roll back the tape, they're going to. There's all sorts of extra costs. The gas, I got a rental car, two hotel rooms. I bought loppers and a saw, I paid to park the truck in a garage because we didn't want the tree stolen, Brooklyn, meals, taxes, New Jersey tolls. But Leo cedron is not buying it. He loves a low ball offer. The standard $10 per foot that's the going rate around here. I'm gonna say 70 bucks for this trip. Oh no, no, no, no, no, no, no. What do you think? I mean, I think I guess what I would say a $100. I will take a $100 for this tree. Sold. So Blake is shaking his head. He's shaking his head. He's trying to do a negotiation. It's our first sale. And our only sale for a really long time. Yeah, we stood there for hours and we tried every trick. We told the story of the miraculous recession tree, at least a dozen times, no one was impressed. Four hours later, as the sun was starting to set, we had only sold the one tree. And so we got desperate. We drove around Brooklyn with a cowbell. Christmas trees. Christmas. Which actually got a few sales. We also sold one to Robert's wife to his neighbor, I sold two to my neighbors. And then we just started to show up at our NPR colleagues apartments, forcing them to buy a tree for the sake of the podcast. Stacy Vedic Smith. Robert Smith. How's it going? How's the Christmas tree business? How well could it be going if we're selling it to our coworkers at this point? Jacob, cold steam. We've come to sell you a tree. 35. Come on. I'll give you 60 bucks. That's what Stacey paid. She didn't even question it. She wanted to pay more. Well, maybe it's worth more to her. Nick, I knew you made a spreadsheet of our profits and loss. Here it is, with taxes, we paid $1107 and 70 cents for the trees. And we sold all 19 of them for grand total of 1100 and $5. That is a loss of $2 and 70 cents. Before expenses. Yes, there is that. So for the sake of accounting, I'm going to book all of the expenses into the cost of the podcast part of the venture. We'll call it goodwill. And so basically we're even. That is some creative accounting. Not gonna lie, driving home that night, we were a little depressed. But later in the evening, one of our customers sent us a photo. Archery was set up in their living room with sparkling lights and a.

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The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 11 months ago

The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

"Humans are a mistake New York Post says why young women are getting sterilized. Rachel diamond looks like most of the moms at the pork slope park slope cafe where we meet. She's wearing a green T-shirt under a black corduroy jumper. Sensible shoes and carries a smart leather bag. She sips a $4 iced chai tea latte. Except the 31 year old is in a mom, and she never will be. You know, she said, I never expected to be the poster child of sterilization. One on the aspiring actress TikTok, one finds short funny videos. Diamond job working to register the cafe near Union Square and updates on her rescue pit bull. Ru who has an anemia. Oh, but she likes dogs but not humans. Interesting. So in 5 months and she's had her fallopian tubes cut, not tied, and she is 64,000 followers. She's done videos such as sterilization. Being child free, we do know what we're missing. She says, looking back, I never pretended that my American girl dolls were children. They were always my sisters. They were little things showing that I wasn't pretending myself for motherhood. I think for me, it's as innate as saying I've always wanted to be a mom. Diamond is hardly an outlier. Americans are making fewer babies than we've seen since starting to keeping tracks of the 1930s, and some women like diamond are not just pulling putting off pregnancy, but eliminating the possibility of it altogether. Last year, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 25 states. Up from 5 the year before, the marriage rate is also at an all time low. At 6.5 marriages per 1000 people. Millennials are the first generation where a majority are unmarried about 56%. They're also more likely to live with their parents, according to pew than previous generations were in their 20s and 30s. Humans are a mistake the New York Post, right? Now they don't believe it. They're just actually they wrote a really good article. And I like the New York Post. There are also the most sexless generation in American history, the number of young men who admit they've had no sex in the past year has tripled between 2008 and 2018. Cities like New York were young secular Americans flocked to build their lives are increasingly childless in San Francisco. There are more dogs than children. Let me say it again. In San Francisco, there are more dogs than children and the explanation of this is so easy. The more secular your country becomes, why have children? If you don't believe in a transcendent order or in God, what's the point? They're an

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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stay under control Rachel ivy says her daughter school in park slope is handling in person classes well and she's optimistic that it will stay open through the winter I'm hoping so I think so You know I always ask my daughter you know we're the windows open Is everybody being good I think everybody wants to move on you know I think they want to not be crippled by this anymore New York City schools are averaging about 130 student cases per day and this rate is holding steady around 4100 cases have been reported among students and staff since the start of the year and about 72% of those total cases involve students A new exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art explores how surrealism has been used around the world to form community when people have been faced with restrictive social conditions Stephanie Dallas was the curator of surrealism beyond borders I think that if you looked at the trajectory of places where surrealism has kind of bubbled up it's often when there's been political restriction some kind of social convention that is causing an impediment for people The show examines the role of surrealism and fighting oppression in countries like Haiti Mexico Portugal and Japan Surrealism beyond borders opens today at the Metropolitan Museum The country's largest Columbus day parade is back in New York City after being canceled last year due to the pandemic Marchers will go down Fifth Avenue this morning on hand will be governor Kathy hohl and mayor de Blasio The event will also honor FDNY commissioner Daniel nigro as the humanitarian of the year Streets are closed in the vicinity of the parade from 72nd to 42nd streets Taking a look at our weather today 63 now we are expecting a high of 71 today with a mostly cloudy skies to start becoming sunny this afternoon Tonight some more clouds with a low.

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Purim Torah - Anna Solomon

Judaism Unbound

06:54 min | 1 year ago

Purim Torah - Anna Solomon

"Anna solomon. Welcome to judaism unbounded. It's really great to have you. It's great to be here. So we've been doing this series on the bible and it's really exciting to be able to talk to somebody who's written a what you call exactly a biblical novel. A you know that generates itself from a biblical story. But i love to start by understanding like how you chose to write a novel based on the biblical story. You know you've written other books before wh what was the process that brought you to take this on the initial impulse really came from a children's book that i was given to read to my own kids which was sort of a children's version of the book of esther. I expected it to be simpler somehow or to kind of make the book of esther more straightforward and it turned out didn't it all in it actually raised all of the questions that had always had about the book of esther but it was like wait a second. Why was it that. I was always told that esther was really virtuous and it turns out. She's concubine a harem. And what about this fusty character. Who seems to actually have made what we would consider to be the quote virtuous choice by saying no. I won't parade make it. There were all these questions and then plot holes Hush worse who it seems by the end is sort of shocked by what heyman has been doing. This genocide earlier on is like yeah. Sure whatever you know. There's just so many there's so many sort of plot holes and inconsistencies and and my kids had all sorts of questions and it kind of made me want to go back to the book of esther itself and investigate on which is not something. I really have a lot of experienced with the local tax that that was the initial impulse that drove me back with all of these questions. You know a lot of times on this podcast. We've talked about wanting to have people. Will we call regular jews. You know people that are unauthorized. Feel empowered to take on jewish topics and jewish practices and reimagine. Them and a lot of people are intimidated to do that because they say well. I'm not a rabbi. I didn't study. How do i know how to do you know and so. I really love to talk to somebody who's done that kind of day. She's move of saying well. I'm going to really you know. Come to this. Not as somebody who's had a tremendous amount of expertise before i started and i'm curious both about the process of getting started. And did you feel intimidated in that way. And how did you get over it. And also the process of like. How much research did you do until you felt confident to the point of saying okay. Yeah i actually can write a novel about this or like you say i can contribute mid rushed to this book which you know other people say well i mean who are you after. Two thousand years totally. It's a great question. And i am absolutely a regular jew as you said i love that term and i think actually the what you said so the the research was totally tied into my getting to a point of being able to say i can do this but but not in the way. You'd expect not so much. Because i got to a point and i i felt like i knew enough it was because i got to a point and i realized that no one knows and so it gave me the freedom to go in. You know. I mean. I i began by going to my rabbi. This is in park slope brooklyn congregation. Bethelehem rachel to moaner. She's really wonderful. Insertive saying pronounced guest. Oh yeah She so great. And i said you know where do i even start and i was really open about how little i knew and she really you know is like in her office. So here's where you can even begin to go looking for interpretations translations other stories Mid rush of course. And i think for me one of the things that was very freeing in particular was was reading. The very ancient rabbis takes on The book of esther which were wild like really really wild things. That don't have any seem to have any basis in the book itself like in one hayman's daughter Heenan has a daughter first of all and she mistakes heyman for mortified or the other way round in in prayed and drops feces on his head on her father's head and it's like where does that come from in in many things like this and i think the more i read in the more outrageous at all was thought well if the ancient babylonian rabbis could do this then i guess i can. Do you know. I wanted to talk a little bit. About how your book is structured because on the one hand it's not unique to your book. There are many books that have a structure where you know chapter by chapter sort of different. I guess it's not different narrators in your case but different protagonists. I remember reading As i lay dying in school. Growing up by william faulkner which was like my first time with that and i didn't like that book i found it very disorienting but do i have grown into that style and i bring it up because i actually think you could see it as like. Oh interesting counterintuitive style for a novel or you could say when it comes to biblical text. I'll speak for myself. This is how i read it. Basically like when i'm reading a biblical text my process in my head is like For smidge i am in the text. I am like in the book of esther and then flashing to my life and that. I'm back to the book of esther and then maybe i'm to my parents. Lives are my ancestors recently but what was happening in terms of the structure of the book and in what ways might actually have something to teach us about how to approach whether it's biblical texts or any kinds of ancient texts that we work with. Yeah it's so interesting. What you say when you describe the way that you read the text in that you're going between them to your own life and two other to your ancestors etc because i think that's i think that's sort of how he read any text in a way. I mean we're always projecting ourselves into it in onto it and Whether consciously or or sort of subconsciously. And so i think in a way the weaving as you're talking about that i do in this book between these different narrators and really without between these very different times. 'cause there's the there's contemporary brooklyn there is nineteen seventies washington. Dc in ancient persia is meant to really have the effect that you're talking about that you have read which is which is to bring us closer together and to reckon with not only how much has changed but actually how much continues to be the same. In how how shaped we are by the stories that have come before us in shaped we continue to be and that we become i think then also more aware of the power of the stories. We are telling now you know to ourselves to our children to the people around us and the effect that that will have on their lives and their future. The potential for that kind of writing but also for reading is to make those connections and maybe be a little more conscious of our own powers as we as we tell our stories.

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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No. There's no place to go get coffee. Oh, we're thinking further down. Well, you could go a few blocks. I'm thinking of the little Omega Diner there, Right right right around. There were eight last year, and they had this like $14 dinner special that included dessert and a glass of wine. I am just curious of that little omega diners surviving the pandemic. But it sounds like you don't know. Most of the stores are not actually opened. There's some takeout, but the number of people that will lined up I mean, if you were trying to get coffee or something that would be amazing. It's just overwhelmed. And you could profit that number of people if you had a much more efficient operation. I appreciate Bridgette's explanation of the nuances of how difficult this has been look, so it's not just incompetence, but it is a problem that we're going to have and Ah, A better solution obviously is required and that I appreciate your launch. I'm gonna leave it there for time. Thank you. So much for your call in your story and and and King on the nuances. A swell, Bridget. You mentioned the Barkley center MSG. Some of the rules they might have had. The ability to impose and schools under the chancellor. Saying No, not us. Not here in on some of the nonprofit institutions, cultural institution facilities that get city funding I gather also said no. But how much if you know, Does that account for the situation We're like, for example. The mayor voted. Where he voted in Brooklyn yesterday had like a three hour wait when he was there, and that was his beloved park Slope. Why, right, where he used to take a chauffeured ride from Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side every day while touting that people should live a low carbon lifestyle, but that's another show. A little Park slope by three hours. The Barkley center As you reported huge arena. Not so bad, exactly. You know, that is one of the questions and We wanted to have a more in depth conversation with the board. But they pointed to this thing that's going on the election for why it just they couldn't feel they can't field every question that comes at them at this point. But it should and will likely be part of the post mortem. So to speak of how some of these decisions were made throughout the past year and even the previous year, the debate over how many early voting sites the city should have. Is one that has been ongoing between the Board of Elections and the mayor's office. You know, the mayor had called for 200 sites in 2019 and then 100 sites. And had proposed different locations to the board that they could use. You know, the board faces some of its own challenges when it comes to ensuring that those sites Meet all the requirements that they need. And you know, those are there of some really specifications in terms of how much space needs to be around each voting machine, like when you walk into a pole sight, and you just see everything set up. That's because the the poll workers who are there have had to follow Cem. You know very specific guidance about where things are going to be positioned to meet some of these requirements, so they have limitations about how they can How big they can make a certain sight. Why, you know the large the site with the most voters assigned to it in Brooklyn is in graves end. That's a good question why the Brooklyn Museum has so many more voters assigned to it than the Barkleys Arena. I'm interested in finding that out. That's information that we're going to have to get. I think, post election by the way, as we begin to wrap up quick correction. I'm told that the why where the mayor voted In Park Slope. Yesterday was the park Slope Armory. Why? Which is not actually the one that he goes to to work out? Which is the prospect Park y, which is pretty close, like 10 blocks or something like that away. So before you go, Bridget, just to remind everybody on the practical logistics of going forward with this for those of you haven't voted yet and want Teo in New York City early voting last through Sunday. There is no early voting on Monday. Just a heads up. It's now through a Sunday. Or then Election day itself next Tuesday, and we should say one more time that seniors and people with disabilities are brought to the head of the line. And that the board of Elections have now announced expanded hours for some of the remaining early voting gays coming up because of these lines we've been talking about Would you just remind people what the expanded hours are? Absolutely so The our expansion doesn't start until Friday. Until Friday, Polls will be open from 7 to 5. That's up from the 7 to 3 P.m. on Saturday. They're going to be opened 7 to 5. You were supposed to only be opened from 10 to 4. And then on Sunday 7 to 4. They weren't supposed to open until 10 on Sunday, so nine extra hours of early voting that hopefully will take some pressure off some of these locations that just You know, I have so many voters that need to cast their ballots there. If voters have absentee ballots that they wanted to drop off at the early voting sites. It's another thing most. They're not supposed to have to wait in the line because that there is a box where you could just drop it off. I understand it. Robert Wagner Middle school yesterday. Actually brought the parks outside because there were people who were waiting in the line just to drop off an absentee ballot. And so they didn't want people to have to wait to get in to do that. I am so hopefully some of those things will speed things up. And and we didn't mention that other option earlier, so I'm glad you brought that up and let's just put a You know a little exclamation point on that because that is yet another option in this year of many options if you have an absentee ballot, but you don't trust the mail. For whatever reason, you can take an absentee ballot. Go to any of the early voting sites and just drop it off. And you're not gonna have that voting line, right? Absolutely. And quick note on that, too. You know absentee ballots in this general election. If you are mailing them require postage. It doesn't say how much postage we've been suggesting folks used to forever stamps on those ballots. The post office is supposed to deliver them postage or not, but you are better off putting the postage on if you are using the mail system. Why why postage is required this time is supposed to in the primary where and it wasn't required Well, postage is generally always required an absentee ballots. It was actually the primary. That was Theis exception. But since so many people voted by absentee ballot in the primary, think There's a lot of confusion out there. But if you are just dropping your ballot off at a pool site You're obviously not using the postal system and therefore you do not need to use postage. We'll mention though New Jersey listeners you don't need post its for your absentee ballots in New Jersey, New York and New Jersey are different that way. And ah note to Louis to joy. The Trump appointed postmaster general Forever. Stamps doesn't mean that's how long you're allowed to take to deliver them. So w N. Y. C and Gothamist City Hall and politics reporter Bridget Berg and thanks for your reporting, thanks for coming on Thanks Brian, Brian Lara WNBC much Monica from big.

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"park slope" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"I need a grant from New York City subway system and I'll go and I'll help the poor souls of homeless people suffering down there. Do you think you could do you think you could make the homeless people all peeled off? Really? That's good about your non bad for me a part. It would tear me you're out there, but you're not that out there which I appreciate how it on the bottom of that. There's like so much of hungry ghosts out there. And you know, like I'm also just a human, you know feeling the natural feelings having six years and sometimes his boundaries even though I'm a daughter of her. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it's going to say, you know, like let's go to the extremes of shamanism for a second choice in Don Juan's in the the Carlos Castaneda books. There was talk about turning into a butterfly. There's talk of just like sudden, you know being in Mexico and all of a sudden like having a full-scale vision quest with out seemingly any formal hypnotic induction wage Rugs at least explicitly talked about like it's almost as just Carlos Castaneda describes like being dropped into another world. Have you ever experienced that long? Have you ever turned into another animal or have you actually like all of a sudden from a shaman been dropped into another existence without any drugs or formal hypnotic induction? So yes, and yes both conditionally the second one less conditionally. There's very simple methods. You know how it's kids. We're just kind of like lay down on the grass and stared at leaves or stared at the clouds. That's that's hypnotic and somehow after sometime when you really just like looking at that your assemblage Point shift your perception shifts in very simple terms and you are dropped in another reality quite suddenly found that shift subtle but powerful and and visible and anybody can do it just processed stare stare. That's the really really really really good method to get into things. The things will suck you in and let them suck you in so that's for the 2nd for the first one. I don't even remember the first question. I just got sucked into something. Yeah, the first question was if I ever became an animal so yeah, I am you know what? So if my friend was next to me and if you asked her that Joshua the superior and that she become a crow she will sing No, but if you ask. Did you ever feel like you became really became an animal and I'm going to say yes, I had two instances and you know, if the second one hadn't happened recently, I would have completely forgotten about the first one in the first place, but I was a woman Jaguar when I get sick, really really really angry. It's like I remember when I first moved to New York City somebody pissed me off and I looked I run every day. That's my daily practice. So I remember like sprinting off. Park Slope and really the claws and feeling like teeth and recently sort of like I was awakened in the middle of the night super kind of like and I felt I felt that energy so, you know conditionally to some degree. Yes. I was engulfed by a spirit animal jaguar Palm did I look like a Jaguar know is it not possible that somebody else might transform themselves in an animal and I can observe that with my vision. You know what 3D Vision? I don't know. I haven't seen I was going to say have you ever experienced a shape-shifter? No, no. Not in this reality not in this reality. I don't know it's possible in this reality. I would like to believe so yeah, what did the drugs do? Yes, yes. Yes, what are the drugs too? Whack you out where que out completely or I'm speaking for myself very like before the drugs and then what happened after and I mean like I'm talking peyote. I'm talking Ayahuasca. Like I don't care about your you know, yeah, we did some day afternoons. I'm talking about what happened before and after like, where were you then and what came out. So I think I think that you know plants plant medicine is fantastic when it feels like you have come back to a wall and you can see past it and it seems like you're doing everything right in this in this world in this reality in your life and yet you somehow feel that you're blocked where you're not seeing everything or things are unfolding as you want to and I think that that's always a good point to consider plan to teach your medicine and that's what I did in two thousand a month. In and what it did to me was first of all backed me out of my own body and I was in the spiritual Dimension where it felt like I'm literally sorry. I'm going to use that on family friendly word again. I was in two folds of big bang it sort of felt like I was in the work of the universe orgasm of the universe in traffic. That's right. And then I I feel like exercise many of my demons as if like, you know, like a little parts of my body opened up and you know, like the grid a one open and G5 and you know, like all these little demons came out and exercise themselves. And when I came back, I was just like pure enabled to connect with the ground again and you know able to connect with the Beauty and the subtle off the light in the laws like the big difference between before and after was that I was I feel like I was I was exhausted and I was stressed out trying to log As a life on a hamster wheel and basically me doing the medicine was deciding to get off the hamster wheel and then you know, like now trying to home basically like becoming a shaman woman or that's one of the things that started doing after that and sort of like connecting the grid of multiple dimensions and and bringing this to people cuz I'm just going to say like, where did you go from pursuing acting and just trying to be a performer to like doing this because you kind of melded Both Worlds with your heater company when you're doing this almost. I mean it reminds me of what Antonin artaud was trying to do like ride ritualistic theater, like really like the theater will be unconscious in a way which I love I love that stuff, but I'm wondering like was there a point where you were more ego trip Thursday? I'm going to be an actress and then you were just like, whoa, there's so much more that Arjun theater can do because my brains expanded or was it a different Journey? No, absolutely. Yeah, I think that definitely you know, I always felt multi-dimensional on stage but and I was driven by this wanting to be possessed off or like looking for Ecstasy, but this area like, you know Drive of you know, trying to make it and it's like hamster wheel of a dishes and yes, absolutely that's like ego-driven sort of like system. We live in that was really getting to me and I the plant medicines are like revealed this like playing underneath that really drives me crazy before I was able to describe it. I was like, oh, you know, I'm chasing ecstasy. I'm like, I want to live in this multiple dimensions. That's why I want to be on stage, but it's sort of like revealed more to me after the medal. In after the ritual how important it is to sort of like always be be aware of a sort of like ritual in Life or a transformational point in life that you know, like life is a ceremony that ultimately he want to get more people on board and you know lift up the level. Yeah, what are your theater Productions look like home? So our big theater production that we did was called the female role model project. And so we talked I wanted to kind of like explore Consciousness long as a Channeler as an actor Chandler. I was felt like I'm very different when I'm different people like when I'm I'm different when I'm Lady Macbeth or when I'm Catherine from Taming of the Shrew it's page is different. My thoughts are different. I I have access to different information. So I kind of wanted to measure Consciousness and I was interested in how these different women wage..

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"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You have to look at. What? Where's the lesson? What can I learn? How can I go and you can't do that the day off? It's a process in our head has to be saying right way exactly. It's a process. But the big thing for me was when I was presented with The standard of care, chemical poisoning. I just can't see and I looked. I looked at the doctor said I can't do that. And he said, But you have a large tumor. Yeah, I said I'm going to do this my way. And he said, Well, you know, good luck. And I remember Dan rather on CBS was talking about. She's risking her life and then on the cover of People magazine. She's risking her life. And then Larry King was on with the Andrew while and she's risking her life. And I thought, you know, I've always had the all show use. I had alcoholic father and you had to either either. You like my little brother died because he couldn't take it. I got mad at the abuse and watching how my dad treated my mother and everything, and I got what I call the All show used. And so I've had the all show youse A long time You were Yeah, and that's been my rocket fuel. And it's worked. It's worked. And along this way comes the newest book a new Way to age and It's Got everything while I've had Bad knees Forever since Ski Accidents, Horse Act the whole bit. So, of course, I went right to that chapter on the doctor in Santa Monica. Right? Who does something which is very iffy, not with this person, but all over the country write, but but the success he's having with stem cells. E r P protein rich plasma, which is taking your own blood and then makes them sound mixing it up and then injecting it and people you know much better than Years of a life of pain, killer things. Fact I'm thinking I'd like him to inject into my hip right now. So I know you had a little a little by little issue happened, but it's on the way. But there's all kinds. You talked about pain management. Instead of opiates and things like that, using A drug of choice today. Well You know, I interviewed a clinical trialist. I didn't want to interview a doctor on cannabis because I don't want anybody with an agenda. Clinical trialist works with the CDC doesn't care if he doesn't take patients. And he said, What's interesting we found at the CDC. Is that every cell in the human body has a receptor for end open and avoids. So so it means that our bodies actually been craving it yet we've had of illegal all these years and so for my fractured hip right now I'm using rubbing CBC isn't helping a lot a lot. They take drops, and I'm taking the non T. H c. See right and You know, I want to write this book because I'm chronologically old Now. 73 is considered old, but I'm not old. Well, not today. They still having babies at 70. Well, that's a brave new world. I I will not be having any babies born. I'm done birthing babies. The news and talk station on Long Island is 1071 and New York 77. This is courteously. Our city's going through a hard time. Corona virus protests, unemployment, You name it. When times get tough people move around. They go up down downtown Brooklyn, Queens as story of Park Slope, Howard Beach in the East Village, and the worst part of moving is two movies themselves on top of finding an apartment and signing a lease. You discover that the apartment they moved you into is now with this ass. Hopefully, they don't break a steal anything. Hopefully, you don't need a second mortgage to pay for all of that is the solution. Mover exchange dot com Mover Exchange is a website. Actually, it's more than added to service for you Go to the website filled out the form and let movers come travelling to you. They compete with each other. So you save money, and they.

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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And we wrangled in your husband. John passed storied into this. Thanks. So how are you guys doing? What are you doing? To kind of keep saying saying is not a metric? Aye, aye anymore. I can't put a do not disturb on my child. By the way, so I can't guarantee this is going really fine. Totally fine. You know, we've we've had lots of interruptions is part of what it is. Yeah, Emily, you've always been a baker. I know because I will know you in person, but also because you post the most amazing things that you have concocted all the time on instagram. Has your bacon game. You know the first couple weeks I was doing a lot of like, stress and quarantine baking because it made me feel better, and I haven't baked anything this week. In part because it seems almost brawn to partake. Enjoy. I don't know that and my my daughter asked me why I looked pregnant the other day, so there's that. Oh, that's nice. You want to hear? Absolutely. She always says just what to say. Like great. Yeah, Everyone will feel so close right now. Yeah, yeah. Are you guys doing anything for Passover or Easter in your house to have fun? I actually bought both American Cadbury creme eggs and the parallel import British Cadbury creme eggs that you can get at a place in Park Slope a few weeks ago, so I'm going to hide those. Let tug find one and eat the rest myself. Wow. How many do you have, like eight? All right. We have a couple of games for you. What do you say? You want to play a couple games that have nothing to do with anything? Yeah. Yeah. Okay, So here's what we've got for you. We have a game. Called speeches and songs, so each clue is a mash up of two clips. The first is an actor performing a famous line from Shakespeare, and the second is a pop song. So I was going to tell me the Shakespeare play or the song title or the band or artists Or you could just share a thought that you've had some time in your life. This is not a softball question. I said you could share Thought way We have loads of hints and you'll be sapo que All right. So, Emily, this is for you. The first part of this clue comes from Dominic West in a 1999 film adaptation. Course of true love. Never did run smooth. Okay. The.

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"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Exit to all the way down across the state line to the Port Chester Construction Zone by 2 87 and you have some slowdowns in Southport, Conn. North bound 95 between exits 19 and 20. Here's a look at your forecast partly sunny this afternoon with highs in the low to mid eighties. Mostly cloudy tonight with a low in the mid seventies. Scattered showers and thunderstorms possible tomorrow in the afternoon highs in the upper eighties. Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow night with low in the mid seventies and on Tuesday, mostly sunny but still a chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon highs in the upper eighties. I'm Lou Adam's talk radio 77 w A. B C. Frank Murano tonight at seven. Alright, rumor has it the Democratic National Convention may have ended. No one knows for sure, because there's not a person who's been able to stay awake long enough to see the whole thing. I'll give you my take. Take your calls. And, hey, you remember Tom Green? He'll join me as well. Frank Murano tonight at seven clock radio 77. This is Curtis Lee with our city's going through a hard time. Corona virus protests, unemployment, you name it when times should help people move around. They go up down downtown Brooklyn, Queens historian Park Slope, Howard Beach in the East Village, and the worst part of moving is two movies themselves on top of finding an apartment and signing a lease. You discover that the apartment they moved you into is now with disaster. Hopefully, they don't break us steal anything. Hopefully, you don't need a second.

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"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Drives people's thinking now is so divided, you know, and it becomes sheltered. So you get to the place where you have help. You have a handout that you need And you rejected. I get it. I understand it. I don't agree with it. Yeah, I don't even understand it because I think when people have expertise in Israel has had a record of expertise and dealing with tragic situations. I've had, you know, terrorist attacks and they know how to deal with some of the great calamities of life. When we say we're here to help you we want you know, we open our hospitals for you and you have people suffering. Come on, take it, Take it And maybe we'll change the whole relationship as well. Maybe you'll see the true side of the other person. Um, you know, we're approaching the Jewish high Holy days, Pastor and someone said recently is a great chess of person chess player. And he said, the person wins of the person who makes the next to last mistake and I think the message there is whether you win or not. We all make mistakes. So Russia Sean has a chance to say I'll try to do better. I'm not perfect. I'll try to do better, and that's how we approach the month before Russia shorter, which is coming up. We found the show for a month before Russia Shona to the chauffeur's reminder you can improve on all of us have that potential so I think it's a lesson for people of all faiths. Well, that's just a hole in what you were telling me last week that you were perfect. So I guess this is good. I'm glad I'm not high of only days. Check check you on that. You know what Sometimes I'll hear a description of someone saying that a person who never had an unkind word to say about anybody, Um, person who liked every loved everybody loved by everybody. And I think I've never met such a person in all my life. But sometimes there is that. Exactly. And I say You're absolutely right. You've never met such a person and all your life, including the one you're presenting, You know, people say, you know, I don't like to go to church because you know people who are practice religion. They're hypocrites. They say one thing and practised another. And you know the reality is there is no perfect Church Synagogue. Ah, Mosque. You know we are. We are people under repair. We're both And I don't know if if if if this is true in your faith, but we're we're we hold. We should scribe to the fact that we're born in a condition. All right, that we have to grow and develop were born insecure, ego centric and fearful. We have to talk to the sickly or unselfish and and and courageous. We believe in that in part, we say that a human being is a question mark. That we don't know what you are going to be. But you certainly have the potential off doing good things in the world try to be on that path. But you're not. You're not born in the negative you have. It's a question by cannot a positive view or a negative. You have a potential, by the way some, you know, it's been said when someone says to a clergy person. I'm not coming to the house worshipers or too many hypocrites. We always say there's always room for one more will find places. You know what? I'm going to try that? Yeah. All right. Well, we've got a guest. We got a great guest Councilman Robert Corny 36 History, which encompasses bed Stuy in Crown Heights. That's interesting combination, so stay tuned. Long Island's news and talk station is 1071 and 77 W A. B. C He's in New York is a great American success story. He's involved in a number of businesses. He's a great role model. He's got plenty of ideas on how to bring change. This morning at 8 30 It's like this is courteously. Our city's going through a hard time. Corona virus protests, unemployment, You name it. When times get tough people move around. They go up down downtown Brooklyn, Queens as story of Park Slope, Howard Beach in the East Village, and the worst part of movie is two movies themselves on top of finding an apartment and signing a lease you discover That the apartment they moved you into is now with disaster. Hopefully, they don't break a steal anything. Hopefully, you don't need a second mortgage to pay for all of that is the solution. Mover exchange dot com Mover Exchange is a website. Actually, it's more than added to service for you Go to the website filled out the form and let movers come travelling to you. They compete with each other. So you save money, and they only have you.

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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Leave Manhattan. But if you had told me in January, even this year, I would have never believed I would ever ever leave it. We love it so much. Yeah. Did you fill out your census form? We did I feel about the same day while we were still in New York. The work counted as New Yorkers and I think we always will be and my husband is gonna have on office. I mean, he'll have Ah, apartment there that we were getting a divorce when like Nana has a servant that's funny Tongues will wag right? They were, like, really like how you're handling of the board Mom, Anyway, By the way, I was I was thinking of of Sag Harbor, I guess incorrectly as a north for town, but it's actually a Southfork town. It's just that you're on the bay side, not the ocean side. Correct. Yeah, Even I know that. And I'm from North Carolina. So I should know that. I don't know why. Maybe I just think of Oceana South. Anything north of that, But what do I know? Ah ah! Ah Nde. One more. Ah, around that time. Let's try Stephen in Park Slope. Steven, you're on WNBC. Hi. Ryan. You are a municipal and international treasure echo other colors. I Came up the parts slope in May because I'm a PhD student at the University of Miami,.

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"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are among those in attendance. President George W. Bush spoke a short time ago as it President Bill Clinton. You got into a lot of good trouble alone away, But let's not forget He also developed an absolutely uncanny ability. To hell. Trouble water. Former President Obama will deliver the eulogy. This is NPR news. This is W and y C. I'm Rebecca Deborah Con Edison is asking residents in some parts of Brooklyn to conserve power, the company says. While it makes equipment repairs people in Bay Ridge, Fort Hamilton, South Park Slope, Greenwood and Sunset Park should not use non essential appliances like washers, dryers and microwaves. And to only use one air conditioner per household. A new report says many New York City paramedics and empties are retiring because of fear of a second wave of covert 19 hitting the five boroughs. The new site, the city says dozens of emergency medical workers have left the F D. N y in recent weeks, even if they haven't worked long enough to earn benefit retirements. Reporter Virginia Breen says several of the front line workers are grappling with post traumatic stress and fears of contracting the Corona virus. They feel like they're in the eye of the storm. And that second wave the feared second wave coming in the fall brings the stress to a whole new level. Afghan officials say the department's anonymous counseling hotline has received 40% more calls since the outbreak began compared to the same time last year. A federal judge in Manhattan has temporarily blocked the Trump administration from applying its wealth test to legal immigrants seeking to become permanent residents. The judge cited the pandemic and said the irreparable harm of what's known as the public charge rule warrants a national injunction. The rule went into effect February It denied Green cards. Too many immigrants who've received public benefits, including Medicaid, food stamps and.

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"park slope" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I agree with all that. I just think all that stuff is important. Suddenly they say, Oh, well, you know that all has to be sacrificed. Why? Because, you know, maybe 00.5% of teachers are at risk of dying from this disease that makes no sense. Speaking of David Marcus, New York, correspondent of the Federalists, Are You sure you're out? And you're in Brooklyn? Right here in New York? I Yeah. You're you're in. You're in the heart in Brooklyn. Is even on in Manhattan right now, and I grew up in Manhattan. Brooklyn has gotten crazier politically, all the time. Like you can start a whole other category and I just wonder when did when did they get upset? That Jim seem like they're basically never going to open again. Right now. We're living. We had We had a template. Okay? The basics. You know, 20%. The city minimum got infected. Probably more like 30 or 40% already got infected when you add t cell immunity on top of the serology testing. We've already seen right. We had a huge infection spread all throughout the city. Then they basically shut us all down. Set up all these metrics for when we could start to have our lives back. We've hit all the metrics. And now they're saying no, sorry, Just kidding. We're going to keep doing this to you when when does Park Slope rise up in anger against the blood CEO? Well, Parks Park Slope never rises up in anger against the Blasio's, Because most of the people in Park Slope, you know, can go to their you know, beach houses or can go to their their place and Mom talk and like, you know, tweet angrily of people you know about. People don't wear masks, but the rest of Brooklyn Mike and I do, say one thing we're saying all across the country and I really hope that people in New York pay attention to this is that In the far left progressive candidates and taken advantage in our big cities off the destruction of big democratic machines, right anti corruption laws kind of destroyed the big Democratic machine. I know huge fan of the big Democratic machines. But the big Democratic machine kind of made sure that lunatics then end up on City Council who said, like Let's Abolish the police, and what we now have is so few people vote. And our local elections that organizations like Justice Democrats can get these insane people elected to really, really important positions. And so I think all of us in the media, and just all of us in New York have a responsibility to pay a lot more attention to local elections. They matter, man. I also think that your point about this is really important because we're not. You know, there's not going to be some, You know, Red, red, red, state friendly Republican who wins in New York election anytime soon for the Mayor Marathi certainly But we could at least try to get a lesson. We could get less insane Democrats, which would be good for everybody, and I think that's I think that's a realistic goal. You know, I mean, baby, look, Bloomberg's a Democrat. People can talk about it like Caesar, but the glamour was a Democrat. He just He was a pro business not completely insane. He was an ideologue on some things, but he also it was like I want clean streets, and I want a city that functions. And, you know, kept crying very low, and I disagree with the guy on guns and the nanny state and a whole bunch of things, But in some areas, he's fine with the Blasio. You get all the downside of Democrat all the downside of of lives, no upside period of any kind. No. I mean, wasn't there some talk about Andrew Yang? At one point? I mean, I I'd make that trade right now. You know, I think we'd all get 1000 bucks a month out of it, too. So, you know, Yeah, Like like any anybody. Really? I mean, I now There's two things I do with the federals that my editor's now cut every time that I first say, Bill Deblasio. I followed by worst mayor in the history of cities. Sometimes they heard it. Stay. Sometimes they cut it. I always have it there. And I always file my pieces with this photograph. I don't know if you've seen it of Bill DiBlasio eating a corn dog at the Iowa State Fair and his blue jeans on the man just looks like a fool..

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"park slope" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The apparatus loves this because they just you know, they push them forward. See? Look at all the support we have, but for the people that are actually engaged Do you really think of the thousands and thousands who have been marching through New York City in a year's time? They're going to be Really that concerned with what's going on in the Bronx or what's going on in parts of Brooklyn. I mean the fancy parts they like you. They'll be worried about what's going on in Park Slope for sure, But do you think they're going to concerned about what's happening in neighborhoods? Where there is a crime problem. Oh, no. No, no, no. I'm going to tell you this right now because I know because I followed these leftist movements. I follow them online. I've been there in person for a decade now. The people you see marching on the streets right now they're all we just care so much police violence police brutality in a year. It's going to be We just care so much climate change. We're saving the world. This is the useful activism of idiots useful for the Democratic Party but not useful for the causes they proclaim and certainly not useful for the minority communities in this city and cities across the country. Or the single best thing we could do is bring about Peace from crime for the overwhelming in the 99% plus of the people who live in the South Bronx who live in different parts of the city, and this is true of all cities. Who just want to go about their day in safety. They want their kids to be safe. They want to be safe. They don't want to be able to go toe work They don't wanna have to worry about their house is being broken into the biggest gift. We could give those communities right now would be that Not selfies at a march looking how much I care. I'm voting. Biden. Yeah. Look at this Hollywood celebrity. I'm gonna retweet what they said. Yeah. Nonsense butter. Nonsense, All right. Black rifle coffee. Oh, wait before you do that. I've got an update for you on the bubble Wallace story and it is a big one. A big one that will be coming up next hour..

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New York - How well has Mayor de Blasio been handling the coronavirus crisis?

Curtis Sliwa

02:29 min | 2 years ago

New York - How well has Mayor de Blasio been handling the coronavirus crisis?

"On the line jet said Julia discourage countrymen frequent guest of ours normally on bicycle issues but he's also a great come she reported for years he's busted issues throughout the five boroughs anger show up late you had an opportunity like a lot of journalists to observe our mayor both when he allowed reporters to be in the same room and now I guess that he's video conferencing and teleconferencing his press coverage is how do you think he's handling this well look I mean I'm not gonna sit here and tell you that he's doing a great job and I'm not going to condemn the mayor either he's got he I mean he's dealing with an incredible amount of stuff he the problem we've had with the mayor is you know he's eighty you can't focus on the stuff that I care about which is making sure the roads are safe so it's but it also looks like it's kind of a small issue at the time you know every time I bring a question up at these press conference his reaction is there yeah there you go again Gersh the matter is the governor it's been the big dog in Albany the governor does what he does and right now the governor has frequently kind of a big dog the mayor he said oh yeah I need a plan to close some streets I need you to get people out of parks and playgrounds in the neighborhood you can close the playground which if you know anything about kids it's one big Petri dish out there so that the mayor the mayor has not been great but at the same time he hasn't been bad well since you are so familiar with him and sort of his behavior what do you think that he is do you think that he's handling this well as far as his emotions go is he getting stressed out as he is he's snapping a little bit more than normal no no no I actually think he's been very professional I mean this is a guy who the big knock on the mayor's you doesn't really work that hard let's face it I mean he has this you know afternoon naps and he has is in park slope we've we've known that for a long time I've seen him I've heard him every day he's been on top of his game so I think that that kind of argument about him being a little bit lazy it kind of faded away I mean it's just a question of tone look with leaders you you you put on Cuomo's press conference and you do feel calm and you feel taken care of and you feel like there is leadership I do feel that a little bit with the mayor to I feel like he's being very professional he's got a very good team around him so if it's easy to pick but I think he's doing generally speaking a decent job although obviously not on the street safety issues that I I hold dear you know cyclist injuries are up forty three percent as a result of all the speeding that's going on

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Man Killed, Woman Critically Hurt In Early-Morning Fire At Brooklyn Apartment Building

Mark Simone

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Man Killed, Woman Critically Hurt In Early-Morning Fire At Brooklyn Apartment Building

"Or do there has been another deadly fire in the city this one in Brooklyn fire ripped through a park slope apartment building on Fifth Avenue early this morning two people found inside heavy smoke in front of the farm and heavy the funding department they were quickly removed from the fire the minutes did CPR on the street and transported to Methodist hospital one man died woman is in critical

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"park slope" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"park slope" Discussed on 710 WOR

"If you have with these two more sure I think you called me did you I think I let's not do I'm hungry I gotta go we what was that the the blood you're lying about this bagel phone I don't know he's trying to pretend to be a New Yorker he doesn't yeah you know what that's what it is they asked him what they ask him that was started by asking where the best bagel isn't so he says the bagel hole in park slope he is there the call the dope from park slope he loves park slope he goes there to go to the gym everyday there's a cafe goes to it's not this one though no there's another cafe goes to but if you see this place it's got a big sign out front bagel hole and another big sign best bagels in New York so I think he never has had a bagel I think you just goes to the gym the cafe and he sees this place with the word bagel all over the place so I think it's the only thing he knew to name all it could be because he's you know he gave the kind of bagel that he likes he said he likes a toasted what was the big was it a whole wheat bread whole wheat but nobody likes a whole week course about nobody ever or the only make like to because the little there all day nobody has a whole wheat bagel Hey Lisa toasted but that place is not a toaster yeah I said I don't think he's ever had a but you know if you go out in the outer boroughs there some really seriously good bagel places in this place gets some good ratings you gotten a queens with the called utopia bagel that's probably the finest bagel in New York it's phenomenal there's a lines out the door and when you look in there behind the counter are these Hormuz ovens with the bacon and this place bagels at the same thing they make these bagels now that's why they don't have a toaster they make them and they come out of the oven hot now sometimes it cools down a little bit usually every twenty minutes there's a new batch so they don't have a toaster and I don't think he's ever had a bagel so that's a whole week it just sounds good yeah that's right it sounds good the pagan has hole with any worse they will be like seven grain or be that's like having Sanka coffee at six so you said that like it toasted now these top top bagel places like the women thing they're known for is if you get it just right the outside is crunchy the inside is truly rights west boast about yeah both to be that's what you don't posted that screws up the outside it's not exactly the perfect crunchy too crunchy and then you lose the cheerleaders inside so I think he was just lying I don't think he wants to know the truth which is a ghost that cafe and he has like a croissant that a lot today D. doesn't want you to know that he's not Mister socialists in a bread line that he eats fancier stuff so he got caught in this big big lie once again unbelievable so Hey you know yeah whoever the report was stop asking where it what bagel he likes asking what does bail report ask about juggling the crime numbers actually as about cooking the books stop asking what the bagel he like we don't need to know the answer that so there is a twenty twenty tax cut coming it'll be announced probably in the summer that's good news yeah the middle class all middle class note the watch this in the summer the last trump tax cuts the bush tax cuts the Reagan tax cut was mostly for the middle class everybody benefits of your a wealthy you benefit too but it was mostly middle class the last one was like seventy nine or eighty two percent middle class and then the Republicans always get yelled at the Democrats MSNBC CNN there we go tax cuts for the rich tax cuts for the rich this new tax cut will be only middle class nothing else watch at the democratic convention tax cuts for the rich that's all that it that doesn't matter to them so he I speaking of a Jeffrey Epstein it looks like prince Andrew might lose his security really yeah this so the security around the royal family's expensive you know like even prince Harry and this idiot Megan in Canada have ten of these cards that just regular security the like specialized specially trained security just to guard the royal family and Andrew has a lot of them around him now they say they may pull the detail of him but brings up the question if he had this world security didn't they notice these young girls I assume if you went to Jeffrey at Steve's house they came in the house with them something so I don't think they wait in the car for four days so don't you think they kept an eye on him in the house probably did but they are they allowed to testify as well to tell you what one on our day sworn secrecy well there will be a work for the role family there and Britain there's no way you can get them over here you can't force them over here but if you're the queen you got to wonder and a white in somebody come to somebody and tell us even if you weren't in the room you saw the gigs are presented call in the room and he might say oh I'm getting massage but then you would expect some fat Russian woman to go in there is easy six fourteen year old coin there don't you think you'd say something yeah don't you think we if you're the security of people when you say your boss and he said his boss I I just think you better know this and then we were watchin so they may pull his security detail off of the interest in the sixth Hey check out my Instagram just put up this picture of us this is the latest picture of Megan and Harry to go this is up on Instagram mark Simone NYC at Instagram mark Simone NYC at Instagram yeah it's the new year and all of you have twenty twenty vision of your banking relationship if it's not what you need resolved to switch to bank of Clark County convenient.

Police Commissioner James O'Neill Goes Quiet After NYPD Officers Doused with Water

Curtis Sliwa

05:44 min | 3 years ago

Police Commissioner James O'Neill Goes Quiet After NYPD Officers Doused with Water

"But we start with the situation in which a number one the police commissioner of New York City o'neill as cops are under siege has not been heard from sheen his last statement of any note was a tweet he did about the passing of Robert Morgan saw that was Sir Gee that was towards the end of the weekend and he is out of sight out of mind everybody's wonder how can we honor from the police commissioner about these attacks on the police okay once again Curtis you have been on the streets you understand you know the cops you know various politicians in very city leaders what do you think is happening here with why are we not hearing from o'neill I think it could be one of three things Hey he said odds with the mayor on this so he's just biting his lip and he sent out his his means to address this Terence morning and who is the head of patrol this is what he had to say we will identify who is involved in a rational be made with that is not acceptable how many women were out there keeping people safe and the two arrests have been made one of Brooklyn one in Manhattan where the two water don king situation to the N. Y. P. took place have a what are the charges well they put out a a flyer and I had a laugh at it because the headline of the flyer is wanted for obstruction of government administration right which is which is a B. S. charge and I know it's a B. S. charge because whenever the cops wanted to harass me an arrest me they couldn't figure out a charge the look to sergeant Sarge would say one of the structure of government administration and I would see what the hell does that mean well give me an example of what you had done to receive that charge standing in front of a police officer questioning him his it far do you to do what he was doing which was trying to lock me up exchanging words it is the it is a charge with you going to court generally the judge looks at the assistant district attorney dependent on the Berlin says you're kidding me is this is all you got on the guy anything he says it cut him loose that said he was held open not cut him loose time Sir did have a lot of you stay out of trouble so they've arrested this one person who was allegedly a gang member who is seen dumping a bucket of water and we don't know if this is going to be a serious charge or not serious when I was in any gradations of a soul I mean this assault this is also in the video in Harlem not only with a dousing the cops will water when they were making a bona fide address and they had the guy down on the squad car you know on the hood of the squad car but the guy came up and then hit him with the plastic the the plastic bucket yeah that's a soul I mean I I don't understand this but then again it's gotten so bad with the missing in action nature of police commissioner o'neill they now you have heads of the union saying you know nearly been a lap dog for the mayor who's responsible for this maybe it's your time to goal Sayonara and is another back in the mayor the rank and file has lost confidence in them and it's time that you resign I think in the interest of the department it's time to go I mean I I I I I don't know what else what else could be done at this point I think that it seems to me and I've spoken with some of my friends who are police officers here in New York City actually right around here right around the precinct here and they have no they have absolutely no faith in o'neill and they also feel that their lives are being put in danger because of the situation but they blame at least the ones that I talked to ultimately build Lazio yeah but it's o'neill who should be visiting the precincts affected building up to around saying Hey look him maybe some cops and not ready for prime time they're not ready for the streets but I gotta tell you we got your back even ease been missing in action now could he be hill could he be undergoing an operation the likelihood of that is probably not because he won't he would be hearing something about yeah I think or could he be on vacation with his family which would really really be an embarrassment to suddenly not have anything to say it's a police commission or the most powerful well trained police department in the world and you'll like missing in action well unfortunately let's say that he is on vacation we have no idea this would be a situation where you are paid you are you are given the responsibility of being the in charge of the biggest most important most critical police department in the world world and come back from vacation and you would have thought that the mayor with the state in New York City yesterday because this has become such an explosive issue in he was aware Washington DC campaigning for the presidency he had the hoods he had the goal to try to **** rushes way into that press conference and announce with Jon Stewart and some of our elected officials that finally the nine eleven victims compensation bill named after hours had passed you mean this is the same guy that just chose to go and get a Cup of coffee at Israel his favorite little ad copy clutch place in park slope after he worked out instead of going to the event where they dedicated a some certain set a certain area by one world trade that's that's unbelievable and children to her credit said now you have nothing with this let you in he said I don't want to speak well okay you don't want to speak of the mayor of New York City the mayor of New York City is getting

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Amazon's face ID tool mismatched 28 members of Congress to mug shots: ACLU

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:00 min | 4 years ago

Amazon's face ID tool mismatched 28 members of Congress to mug shots: ACLU

"NewsRadio, six nine hundred NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter there are reports President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen claims Trump noon. Advance of a meeting with Russians, offering, dirt on, Hillary Clinton. According to a number of news organizations Cohen said Trump approved, going ahead with the June twenty sixteen meeting involving Donald Trump. Junior at Trump Tower Trump junior's attorney says. It's not true the president's attorney says Cohen is not credible he's under investigation for paying off women claiming to have a fares. With Mr. Trump, NBC news correspondent Tracy pots on Capitol Hill one in three migrant children are still separated. From their parents with no clear sign when they'll be reunited a court filing says there are still more than seven hundred children in. Government constantly, that are unable to, be reunited with their parents anytime soon the White House says North Korea has returned the, remains of dozens of American soldiers killed in the Korean war a US air force plane carrying the potential remains, accompanied by The. United Nations service. Members and technical experts from the POW MIA. Accounting agency arrived at Osan airbase in South Korea today a formal repatriation ceremony will take. Place on August the first the, White, House, called, this action. A significant first step and the repatriation and search for the, remains of an estimated fifty three hundred Americans who failed to. Return from the Korean more Matt cook reports. The remains will eventually be taken to a defense department lab in Hawaii for scientific testing new evidence suggests Russian hackers are busy. Trying to tilt, this year's election the news website Daily Beast conducted a forensic analysis it says shows a. Russian intelligence agency trying to hack Missouri democratic Senator Claire mccaskill campaign mccaskill is one of the harshest critics of Russia and considered to. Be one, of the most vulnerable, Democrats running for reelection you're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio attorney general Jeff, Sessions announces a new immigration enforcement task force named operation double trouble mark mayfield has more the program is aimed at finding illegal immigrants were stealing the identities have u._s. citizens and then claiming federal assistance these government programs are intended to help the poor the elderly american citizens not those who are trespassing in the country this kind of fraud is a theft from our seniors theft from our taxpayers and a theft from the navy this comes after boston authorities arrested twenty-five undocumented immigrants and other individuals and accused them of the fraudulent practice more than half of those arrested in boston had criminal records including murder operation double trouble is going to be led by the boston office for homeland security investigations mark mayfield n._b._c. news radio amazon's new facial recognition technology is being met with some backlash the a._c._l._u. recently tested the tool known as recognition with the faces of different members of congress recognition incorrectly identified twenty eight of the members tested as other people who are criminals because of this the a._c._l._u. is calling for congress Temporarily prohibit, law enforcement, from using, facial, surveillance the NYPD says. The man accused of killing a nurse, in queens may have had more victims Twenty-seven-year-old Daniel Drayton is in police custody in California awaiting extradition, to New York in the brutal killing of twenty nine year old Samantha Stewart July seventeenth public. Now to do any information whatsoever Shop is very trained, detectives that will make sure that that information is followed up on and we get Justice victims out there chief of. Detectives German, shea said, yesterday that, are killing may be linked to a. Rape in park, slope they're also looking into the possibility there may have been more victims authorities say. When trait in was arrested in California who's fallow the woman who was being held against, her will in his hotel room. Soup Guzman, reporting from New York Lisa Carter NBC News Radio And.

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Glencore gets U.S. subpoena on compliance with money-laundering laws

BBC Newshour

04:30 min | 4 years ago

Glencore gets U.S. subpoena on compliance with money-laundering laws

"Hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news malaysian police have arrested the country's former prime minister najib razak in connection with the disappearance of billions of dollars from government investment fund he was taken away from his home in a convoy of unmarked cars and be officially charged on wednesday our asia pacific editor celia hatton tells us more suspicions have swirled around malaysia state investment fund for years the prime minister at the time nejib razek created the fund amid great fanfare it was supposed to finance projects for public benefit instead around four point five billion dollars have disappeared from the fund we mr razzaq was in power the dan attorney general cleared him of any wrongdoing over the scandal but then a new coalition won a surprise election and the former leader was barred from foreign travel his homes were raided and now he faces charges rescues in thailand considering several options as they decide how best to get to safety a group of boys trapped in a flooded cave network officials say the threat of heavy rain could see water levels in the cave rise this could threaten the air pockets where twelve teenagers and their football coach found refuge jonathan head is at the scene after the seemingly miraculous discovery now the difficult rescue to military medics with diving skills have got through to the stranded boys to treat them none is believed to be in a serious condition they've been given highprotein gels to help them recover from ten days without food but there is no clear way to get them out the divers are preparing to take in supplies to their cave to last up to four months bringing boys with no diving experience through the flooded tunnels would be extremely challenging the iranian president said oil exports across the middle east maybe threatened if america continues to ask its allies to cut all imports of oil from iran president hassan rohani said united states could not completely stop iranian oil from being exported without also triggering a halt in supplies from other gal's produces shares of the android swiss mining conglomerate glencore fallen sharply after the us justice department subpoenaed the company as part of an investigation into corruption and money laundering here's ciera glencore is a major exporter of crude oil from venezuela and nigeria it's also the world's largest producer of cobalt with much of it coming from the democratic republic of congo the company says it's received a subpoena from the us department of justice regarding its business in all three countries it's been ordered to produce documents and other records relating to its compliance with the us foreign corrupt practices act and other anti money laundering legislation the act forbids companies from bribing overseas officials in order to win business glencore says it's reviewing the request you're listening to the latest world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york at nine oh four good morning i'm kerry nolan a final look at your commute this morning four and five trains are delayed due to mechanical problems at borough hall and new jersey transit is continuing to report delays on the raritan valley and main bergen and port jervis lines brooklyn postal workers are in the hot seat after a local community board member call them out for misusing parking placards the brooklyn paper reports that employers at the park slope post office on ninth street are losing their placards after being accused of misusing them to avoid paying parking meters eric mcclure cochairs community board six is transportation committee he says he's surprised that the post office moved so fast to address the issue placards were clearly for some purpose other than just providing free park employees who drifted to work so the fact that the postal service would be willing to act on that very quickly it was pretty refreshing the brooklyn paper reports the placards are intended only for managers attending meetings a postal service spokesperson says it does not sanction you using or distributing unauthorized parking placards a new york federal judge is set to hear arguments in a lawsuit challenging the trump administration's proposal to add a citizenship question in the twenty twenty census the judge will also determine whether to direct the white house to release documents detailing commerce secretary wilbur ross's efforts to add the question the.

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