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05:22 min | Last month

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"I'm Ed Donna here, Kevin McCarthy and Steeds. Police are the two top leaders for Republicans in the House. There is a new person in the number three job. I want to congratulate the least of phonic and welcome welcome her to the leadership team. This is about being unified. I'm a proud conservative Republican and I will fight for the Republican Conference. Stefanik is from New York. She replaces Wyoming's Liz Cheney, who was ousted over her criticism of former president Donald Trump. You've got a lot of work to do in this Leadership team. We've got a lot of work to do in this conference. The policies of Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden are destroying this nation. Stefanik has given voice to many of Trump's false claims about election fraud. Liz Cheney was among 10 House Republicans who voted this year to impeach Donald Trump for inciting the capital Riot. House panel reached an agreement to form a bipartisan commission to investigate the right in January. Republicans in the House or not happy, some coronavirus restrictions are still in place. There been interesting. I get to take a master off under the rules Now we haven't quite Caught up with the science here in the house. That's Texas is Louie Gohmert? George's Drew Ferguson says this is slowing down their work President Ban is lifted the mace requirements For the White House staff. But amazingly here in the House of Representatives, we still must wear the mask stagger The vote times have these long vote times Israel barrage of the northern Gaza Strip with tank fire and air strikes, killing a family of six in their home and heavily damaging other neighborhoods. Hamas fired hundreds of rockets into Israel. Ah young, former Massachusetts mayor, Yasiel Korea. Has been convicted of swindling investors out of tens of thousands of dollars and extorting marijuana vendors. Caray is from Fall River, he insisted. Since his 2018 arrest he was innocent and blamed his charges on political foes He claimed wanted to bring him down. He was elected mayor and fall River when he was 23. This is AP News An online petition with more than 350,000 signatures has been submitted, calling for the cancelation of the Tokyo Olympics. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics. Was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, Mia said at a news conference. It is good. The media coverage has put a lot of pressure on the IOC. The organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers, tens of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles Dillon this month, the Coast Guard says River traffic is reopened on the Mississippi near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed when a crack was discovered in the Interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge itself is still closed. And Donahue AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News Minute There are new worries in Britain about a new variant of the coronavirus. British authorities have expressed anxiety. About rising cases off the very first identified in India. Government officials the poised toe order further action, including daughter door testing in the worst affected areas. One response being considered is moving up the date for a second dose of vaccine for eligible groups to increased protection. Charles Still it asthma London Starting Monday, all restaurants and bars in England can reopen with some precautions in place, as can hotels, theaters and museums and Britain's will be able to hug friends and family again with the easing of social distancing rules that have been in place since the pandemic started. Deaths in Britain have come down to single digits in recent days. It's a far cry from January when death stopped 1800 a single day amid a brutal second wave. Made Donahue you worries are emerging over an aggressive corona virus variant now gaining a foothold in parts of Britain. British authorities have expressed anxiety. About rising cases off the very first identified in India. Government officials are poised to order further action, including daughter door testing in the worst affected areas. One response being considered is moving up the date for a second dose of vaccine for eligible groups to increase protection. Charles Still it asthma. London Stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new Internet stars TIC tac cooks. There have been more than 15 billion food posts on Tic Tac begin with lame bacon onto another trade. One of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll. He lives in Dubai. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that he'll says The attraction to his videos may not all be about food. A lot of my followers think I sound like Full social media professor Crystal King says there is a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network feels most viral video is a Valentine's Day dish with seared chicken, breast roasted garlic, sliced mushrooms and cream. I'm Ed Donahue..

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"professor crystal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With what isn't working. There are resource is out there to help. People shouldn't have to abandon their animal on the street. We're here, so that doesn't have to happen. There are people who'd love to adopt a pet and your pet deserves a good home. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's news radio. There's a space race heating up between the United States and Russia. This one's about who can put stars among the stars. Russia is on track to beat the U. S. And making the first feature film in orbit. Russia just cast an actor and director who launched to the space station in October for the film Challenge. A space drama about cosmonauts. It looks like the Russian production will take place just weeks before Tom Cruise and the director launched to the I s s for their own film project approved by NASA and Space X. Release dates for the two movies have not been announced. I'm Rory O'Neill, all the stay at home orders over the past year or so created some new Internet stars, namely cooks on TIC tac. There have been more than 15 billion food posts on Tic Tac Begin with Lane Bacon onto an open trade. One of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll. He lives in Dubai. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watch my videos, they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that he'll says the attraction to his videos may not all be About food. A lot of my followers think I sound like thought. Social media professor Crystal King says there is a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network feels most viral video is a Valentine's Day dish with seared chicken, breast roasted garlic, sliced mushrooms and cream. I'm Ed Donahue. And sanitizer and cigarettes could be a bad combination. How do we know? This is how Thursday afternoon outside of a Rockville, Maryland shopping center. A man applies hand sanitizer well in his car, like many people do. Then a cigarette. Ash falls and things get real hot, real fast. The burns to the man's hands, minor The car, a total loss. I'm Bill Trapero. The federal government is offering up some free waterfront work spaces that have some pretty decent views. But killer view is really the Coast Guard no longer needs four of the nation's most picturesque lighthouses. And two of them are local. The lighthouse is up for grabs include Beaver Tail Light and Jamestown, Rhode Island. That's America's third oldest lighthouse. Also watch he'll light in Westerly, Rhode Island, not far from Taylor Swift beachside.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

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04:41 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"Nations, calling pillows and pans, blankets on bread. Men lugging a large plastic bags and women carrying infants on their shoulders, all cramming into classrooms. The Israeli military says the artillery attacks are an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tongues inside the territory. I'm Charles Dillon Decima. Palestinian health officials say six Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire in the West Bank. Britain is saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions starting Monday. All restaurants, bars and museums in Britain can largely reopen and people can socialize indoors. River. Traffic reopened on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed When a crack was discovered in the interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge is still closed. This is AP News Staying at home during the pandemic has created some new Internet stars. TIC TAC cooks touch of Sultan into boy black pepper their name. Spinach writing. But for exit green onions, there have been more than 15 Billion food Post on Tic Tac. One of the breakout stars has been Harry He'll who lives in Dubai, more recipes and no complications. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that says the attraction to his videos may not all be about the food. There's been this whole squad hilarious, and I'm not something that was ever mentioned to me prior to take talk, but There's a there's a lot of my followers think I sound like thought. Social media professor Crystal King says there's a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network. I made Donahue AP News An online petition with more than 350,000 signatures. Calling for the Tokyo Games to be counseled, has been submitted to local organizes. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, MIA said at a news conference. It is good. The media coverage has put a lot of pressure on the IOC, the organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers, tens of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Minute secret ballot behind closed doors and Trump loyalist Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has been elected to a top leadership position in the House GOP after Republicans booted Congresswoman Liz Cheney, a Trump critic. Is this really all about Donald Trump? Congresswoman Stefanik. I believe that voters determine the leader of the Republican Party, and President Trump is the leader that they look, too. I support President Trump Voters support President Trump. He is an important voice in our Republican party, and we look forward to working with him. The CDC says. You don't have to wear a mask anymore, in most circumstances if you're fully vaccinated. But CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says some people may want to people may want to continue wearing masks because we've been married mask for 15 months, and it's going to be hard to let go of them, and we should be able to do that in our own due time. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky on NBC's Today show this morning. I'm readable way. Even as it tells fully vaccinated Americans they can largely ditch masks. The CDC is urging people to be careful with an opportunistic virus. Is the pandemic over. I am cautiously optimistic that we're seeing this this great great endpoint in sight. But CDC chief or show, Wollensky tells NBC's today the nation's still needs to be humble and safe. Really. What we've done is we've empowered the American people to make their own decisions about their own health. In some cases, that'll mean fully vaccinated. People should keep masks on, particularly around younger Americans who cannot be vaccinated. Yet parents and perhaps Even teachers may want to continue wearing masks to model behavior for them, Wolinsky says. The CDC will work on revising guidance for things like schools and travel soccer mahogany Washington This'll is AP News. I'm Rita fall away just into US. Republican lawmakers in the House have elected New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to the number three GOP.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

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04:50 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"Front lines closer to dense civilian areas. Fleeing families have arrived in pickup trucks on donkeys on by foot at schools run by the United Nations, calling pillows and pans. Blankets on bread men lugging a large plastic bags on women carrying infants on their shoulders, all cramming into classrooms. The Israeli military says the artillery attacks are an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tongues inside the territory. I'm Charles Dillon Decima. Palestinian health officials say six Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire in the West Bank. Britain is saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions starting Monday. All restaurants, bars and museums in Britain can largely reopen and people can socialize indoors. River. Traffic reopened on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed When a crack was discovered in the interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge is still closed. This is AP News Staying at home during the pandemic has created some new Internet stars. TIC TAC cooks touch of Sultan and good boy, Black pepper their name. Spinach writing. But for exit green onions, there have been more than 15 Billion food Post on Tic Tac. One of the breakout stars has been Harry He'll who lives in Dubai, more recipes and no complications. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that says the attraction to his videos may not all be about the food. There's been this whole squad hilarious, and I'm not something that was ever mentioned to me prior to take talk, but There's a there's a lot of my followers think I sound like thought. Social media professor Crystal King says there's a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network. I made Donahue AP News An online petition With more than 350,000 signatures calling for the Tokyo Games to be counseled, has been submitted to local organizers. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, MIA said at a news conference. It is good. The media coverage has put a lot of pressure on the IOC, the organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers, tens of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Minute secret ballot behind closed doors and Trump loyalist Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has been elected to a top leadership position in the House GOP after Republicans booted Congresswoman Liz Cheney, a Trump critic. Is this really all about Donald Trump? Congresswoman Stefanik. I believe that voters determine the leader of the Republican Party, and President Trump is the leader that they look, too. I support President Trump Voters support President Trump. He is an important voice in our Republican party, and we look forward to working with him. The CDC says. You don't have to wear a mask anymore, in most circumstances if you're fully vaccinated. But CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says some people may want to people may want to continue wearing masks because we've been married mask for 15 months, and it's going to be hard to let go of them, and we should be able to do that in our own due time. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky on NBC's Today show this morning. I'm Rita Fall way. Even as it tells fully vaccinated Americans they can largely ditch masks. The CDC is urging people to be careful with an opportunistic virus. Is the pandemic over. I am cautiously optimistic that we're seeing this this great great endpoint in sight. But CDC chief or show, Wollensky tells NBC's today the nation's still needs to be humble and safe. Really. What we've done is we've empowered the American people to make their own decisions about their own health. In some cases, that'll mean fully vaccinated. People should keep masks on, particularly around younger Americans who cannot be vaccinated. Yet parents and perhaps Even teachers may want to continue wearing masks to model behavior for them, Wolinsky says. The CDC will work on revising guidance for things like schools and travel Soccer. Megane Washington. This'll is AP News I'm Rita fall away just into US. Republican lawmakers in the House have elected New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to the number three GOP.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

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02:50 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"By foot at schools run by the United Nations. Falling pillows and pans, blankets on bread men lugging a large plastic bags on women carrying infants on their shoulders, all cramming into classrooms. Israeli military says the artillery attacks are an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tongues inside the territory. I'm Charles de la Decima. Palestinian health officials say six Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire in the West Bank. Britain is saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions starting Monday. All restaurants, bars and museums in Britain can largely reopen and people can socialize indoors. River. Traffic reopened on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed When a crack was discovered in the interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge is still closed. This is AP News Staying at home during the pandemic has created some new Internet stars. TIC tac cooks touch of salt, black pepper their name. Spinach rotting, but for exit green onions, there have been more than 15 Billion food post on Tic Tac. One of the breakout stars has been Harry He'll who lives in Dubai, more recipes and no complications. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that says the attraction to his videos may not all be about the food. There's been this whole squad hilarious and and not something that was ever mentioned to me prior to take talk, but They? A lot of my followers Think I sound like thought? Social media professor Crystal King says there's a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network. I made Donahue AP News An online petition With more than 350,000 signatures calling for the Tokyo Games to be counseled, has been submitted to local organizers. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, MIA said at a news conference. It is good. The media coverage has put a lot of pressure on the IOC, the organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers, tens of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles Dillon Asthma. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

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01:47 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news Minute Even though the CDC is loosening guidelines and wearing a mask, the message remains be careful doctor was shown. Wolinsky was on NBC's Today show. Really, What we've done is we've empowered the American people to make their own decisions about their own health, the CDC director was asked Is this over? I am cautiously optimistic that we're seeing this this great, great endpoint in sight. But I think we really do have to be humble and say that this this Virus. This pandemic has given us twists and turns so we can't keep our get our eye off the ball, and we do have to continue to monitor really carefully. Several major chains, including Home Depot and grocer, Kroger, announced they would keep mask mandates in place. For now. States like Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Kentucky, Washington and Kansas announced plans to fall in line with the CDC guidance. But other states, Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island are waiting. I'm Ed Donahue stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new Internet stars. TIC tac cooks. There have been more than 15 billion food posts on Tic Tac begin with lame bacon onto another trade. One of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll. He lives in Dubai. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that he'll says the attraction to his videos may not all Be about food. A lot of my followers think I sound like thought. Social media professor Crystal King says there is a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network feels most viral video is a Valentine's Day dish with seared chicken breast roasted garlic, sliced mushrooms and.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

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02:51 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"To dense civilian areas. Fleeing families have arrived in pickup trucks on donkeys on by foot at schools run by the United Nations. Falling pillows on pans, blankets on bread men lugging a large plastic bags on women carrying infants on their shoulders, all cramming into classrooms. Israeli military says the artillery attacks are an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tongues inside the territory. I'm Charles Dillon Decima. Palestinian health officials say six Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire in the West Bank. Britain is saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions starting Monday. All restaurants, bars and museums in Britain can largely reopen and people can socialize indoors. River. Traffic reopened on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed When a crack was discovered in the interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge is still closed. This is AP News Staying at home during the pandemic has created some new Internet stars. TIC TAC cooks touch of salt, black pepper their names. Spinach writing. But for exit green onions, there have been more than 15 Billion food Post on Tic Tac. One of the breakout stars has been Harry He'll who lives in Dubai, more recipes and no complications. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that says the attraction to his videos may not all be about the food. There's been this whole squad hilarious, and I'm not something that was ever mentioned to me prior to tic tac, but There is a lot of my followers think I sound like thought. Social media professor Crystal King says there's a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network. I made Donahue AP News An online petition with more than 350,000 signatures. Calling for the Tokyo Games to be counseled, has been submitted to local organizes. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, Mia said at a news conference. It is good the media coverage. Has put a lot of pressure on the IOC, the organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers, tens of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles delivers the You're having a sleepover. And hey, Are you still awake? Yeah. Are you hungry?.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

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01:50 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news Minute Even though the CDC is loosening guidelines and wearing a mask, the message remains be careful doctor was shown. Wolinsky was on NBC's Today show. Really, What we've done is we've empowered the American people to make their own decisions about their own health, the CDC director was asked Is this over? I am cautiously optimistic that we're seeing this this great, great endpoint in sight. But I think we really do have to be humble and say that this this virus This pandemic has given us twists and turns so we can't keep our get our eye off the ball, and we do have to continue to monitor really carefully. Several major chains, including Home Depot and grocer, Kroger, announced they would keep mask mandates in place. For now. States like Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Kentucky, Washington and Kansas announced plans to fall in line with the CDC guidance. But other states, Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island are waiting. I'm Ed Donahue stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new Internet stars. TIC tac cooks. There have been more than 15 billion food posts on Tic Tac begin with lame bacon onto another trade. One of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll. He lives in Dubai. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that he'll says the attraction to his videos may not all Be about food. A lot of my followers think I sound like thought. Social media professor Crystal King says there is a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network feels most viral video is a Valentine's Day dish with seared chicken, breast roasted garlic, sliced mushrooms and cream. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News.

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03:03 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"Central Gaza City as Israel attacks bring the front lines closer to dense civilian areas. Fleeing families have arrived in pickup trucks on donkeys on by foot at schools run by the United Nations, calling pillows and pans, blankets on bread. Men lugging a large plastic bags and women carrying infants on their shoulders, all cramming into classrooms. The Israeli military says the artillery attacks are an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tongues inside the territory. I'm Charles de la Decima. Palestinian health officials say six Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire in the West Bank. Britain is saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions starting Monday. All restaurants, bars and museums in Britain can largely reopen and people can socialize indoors. River. Traffic reopened on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed When a crack was discovered in the interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge is still closed. This is AP News Staying at home during the pandemic has created some new Internet stars. TIC tac cooks touch of salt, black pepper their name. Spinach rotting, but for exit green onions, there have been more than 15 Billion food post on Tic Tac. One of the breakout stars has been Harry. He'll who lives in Dubai. More recipes, and no complications is pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing So I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that says the attraction to his videos may not all be about the food. There's been this whole squad hilarious, and I'm not something that was ever mentioned to me prior to take talk, but They? A lot of my followers Think I sound like thought? Social media professor Crystal King says there's a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network. I made Donahue AP News and online petition with more than 350,000 signatures. Calling for the Tokyo Games to be counseled, has been submitted to local organizers. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, Mia said at a news conference. It is good the media coverage. Has put a lot of pressure on the IOC, the organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers tends of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles Dillon this month. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other.

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06:19 min | Last month

"professor crystal" Discussed on AP News

"Closer to dense civilian areas. Fleeing families have arrived in pickup trucks on donkeys on by foot at schools run by the United Nations, calling pillows and pans. Blankets on bread men lugging a large plastic bags on women carrying infants on their shoulders, all cramming into classrooms. The Israeli military says the artillery attacks are an attempt to destroy a vast network of militant tongues inside the territory. I'm Charles de la Decima. Palestinian health officials say six Palestinians were killed by Israeli army fire in the West Bank. Britain is saying goodbye to months of tough lockdown restrictions starting Monday. All restaurants, bars and museums in Britain can largely reopen and people can socialize indoors. River. Traffic reopened on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee, three days after it was closed When a crack was discovered in the interstate 40 bridge that connects Tennessee and Arkansas. The bridge is still closed. This is AP News Staying at home during the pandemic has created some new Internet stars. Tic Tac cooks touch of salt and then the boy black pepper their name. Spinach rotting, but for exit green onions, there have been more than 15 Billion food post on Tic Tac. One of the breakout stars has been Harry He'll who lives in Dubai, more recipes and no complications. It's pretty straightforward stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watching my videos they actually think, Oh, I could recreate that says the attraction to his videos may not all be about the food. There's been this whole squad hilarious and and not something that was ever mentioned to me prior to take talk, but They? They're a lot of my followers Think I sound like thought? Social media professor Crystal King says there's a new type of celebrity chef. It's really amazing to watch people that just love food. Um, be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do through the food network. I made Donahue AP News and online petition with more than 350,000 signatures. Calling for the Tokyo Games to be counseled, has been submitted to local organizers. The petition campaign called Stop Tokyo Olympics was drafted by a well known Japanese lawyer, Kenji would sooner Mia, who is also run for governor of Tokyo, He says the response is surprising, but acknowledges that it's too little and probably too late was so no, Mia said at a news conference. It is good the media coverage. Has put a lot of pressure on the IOC, the organizing committee and other groups. But, he says, in terms of the numbers, tens of millions of signatures are really necessary. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News Minute secret ballot behind closed doors and Trump loyalist Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has been elected to a top leadership position in the House GOP after Republicans booted Congresswoman Liz Cheney, a Trump critic. Is this really all about Donald Trump? Congresswoman Stefanik. I believe that voters determine the leader of the Republican Party, and President Trump is the leader that they look, too. I support President Trump Voters support President Trump. He is an important voice in our Republican party, and we look forward to working with him. The CDC says. You don't have to wear a mask anymore, in most circumstances if you're fully vaccinated. But CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says some people may want to people may want to continue wearing masks because we've been married mask for 15 months, and it's going to be hard to let go of them, and we should be able to do that in our own due time. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky on NBC's Today show this morning. I'm read of Ole You're having a sleepover and hey, Are you still awake? Yeah. Are you hungry? Yeah. Do you think your dad would drive us to McDonald's deal? There is a deal for every sleepover when you buy one of your faith that McDonald's like the filet of fish, Quarter pounder with cheese, Big Mac or 10 piece chicken McNugget and get another for just a dollar that Oppa Papa McDonald's. I'm lovin it. Limited time only prices and participation may very valid for item of equal or lesser value. Made Donahue with an AP News MINUTE Kevin McCarthy and Steve Scalise are the two top leaders for Republicans in the House. There is a new person in the number three job. I want to congratulate the least the phonic and welcome Welcome her to the leadership team to panic is from New York. She replaces Wyoming's Liz Cheney, who was ousted over her criticism of former president Donald Trump. You've got a lot of work to do in this Leadership team. We've got a lot of work to do in this conference. The policies of Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden are destroying this nation. It's defendant was asked if the former president is the party leader. I believe that voters determine the leader of the Republican Party and President Trump is the leader that they look too. I support President Trump. Voters support President Trump. He is an important voice in our Republican Party and we look forward to working with him to panic has given voice to many of Trump's false claims about election fraud. Liz Cheney was among 10 House Republicans who voted this year to impeach Donald Trump for inciting the capital riot. Made Donahue Even as it tells fully vaccinated Americans they can largely ditch masks. The CDC is urging people to be careful with an opportunistic virus. Is the pandemic over. I am cautiously optimistic that we're seeing this this great great endpoint in sight. But CDC chief or show, Wollensky tells NBC's today the nation's still needs to be humble and safe. Really. What we've done is we've empowered the American people to make their own decisions about their own health. In some cases, that'll mean fully vaccinated. People should keep masks on, particularly around younger Americans who cannot be vaccinated. Yet parents and perhaps Even teachers may want to continue wearing masks to model behavior for them, Wolinsky says. The CDC will work on revising guidance for things like schools and travel soccer. MAHOGANY Washington This'll is AP News I'm Rita fall away just into US. Republican lawmakers in the House have elected New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik to the number three GOP.

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Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos

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Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos

"Stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new internet stars tick tock cooks there have been more than fifteen billion food posts on tick tock begin with lame bacon onto an oven tray one of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll he lives in Dubai it's pretty straight for the stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watch my videos they actually think I could recreate that peel says the attraction to his videos may not all be about food a lot of my followers think I sound like fools social media professor crystal king says there is a new type of celebrity chef it's really amazing to watch people that just love food be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do it through the Food Network heals most viral video is a Valentine's day dish with seared chicken breast roasted garlic sliced mushrooms and cream I met Donahue

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"professor crystal" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 5 months ago

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on KCRW

"Higher risk of exposure Renee Robinson the Vanderbilt University says it's also possible that stress could play a role she points to research that documents the connection between discrimination and stress and chronic stress can can make one more vulnerable to infection because it can lower your body's ability to fight off infection and may increase susceptibility to Allison Aubrey NPR news Pakistan's Supreme Court has as as the government to remove the chief bureaucrat overseeing the country's response to the pandemic the order comes as the government considers whether to relax it's loosely enforced shutdown and peers DO hoodie has more from Islamabad the five judge bench of the Supreme Court said it was dissatisfied with house of for Marissa the special assistant to the prime minister and health was doing his job local news media reported the verbal order came after the judge is open to hearing into the government's performance in handling the coronavirus the back and forth with the Supreme Court spotlights the tensions surrounding the government's response to the pandemic institutions like the Supreme Court appeared to want the government to loosen it shut down arguing that it's badly impacted the country's millions of poll that's even as the shutdown has only loosely braided forced deity NPR news Islamabad you're listening to NPR news from Washington and six oh four I'm Terry Glaser with KCRW news California state home orders are working to slow the spread of the corona virus state health and Human Services secretary Dr mark galli says state data shows two things that Californians are staying home and that the number of hospitalizations is not nearly as high as it could have been we see that we are holding on to the bottom part of the model that's sort of the better case scenario what we had always hoped for but we have course plan for something different galley warns though that trend could quickly reverse if people stop following the state social distancing guidelines meanwhile a new study in China finds that almost one in three people who tested negative for covert nineteen there actually had the virus is KCRW's Larry parole reports this kind of thing is also happening in the US and the so called false negative test results are being caused by a number of factors some doctors say the problem is becoming more common well the results of the study in China and haven't been reviewed here infectious disease expert Dr Thomas Huff told Bloomberg news his peers believe about thirty percent of patients they say they believe have COPD or testing negative one reason is being blamed on the nasal swab which experts say is tricky to perform another reason the FDA has loosened testing guidelines they've done that according to Bloomberg to get coronavirus tests on the market faster also because the virus has never been passed to people before there's little data to properly administer tests and analyze test results lastly as the virus spreads we are playing a game of catch up the shortage of test kits means it's difficult in many areas of the country to conduct multiple tests on patients to confirm an initial negative result experts say that makes it difficult for public health officials to do their job properly for KCRW I'm Larry Parral twenty twenty is shaping up to be a rough year for the cruise ship industry due to the outbreak but twenty twenty one is already looking strong the online cruise marketplace crews complete god com hissing cruise bookings jumped forty percent from twenty nineteen levels and only a small percentage of those are the results of reschedule twenty twenty trips the port of Los Angeles has been suspended cruise ships for now and new numbers show that cargo ships are getting more sparse as well imports are the lowest levels they've been since February of two thousand nine during the Great Recession KCRW's Kelly wells has more on that story shipments in March through the busiest port in the entry were down more than thirty percent compared to March of last year the port of Long Beach says shipments there are down seven percent that's thanks in part to the trade war with China and of course to the code nineteen pandemic the board's executive director Jean Soroka says even though China is ramping up production US retailers and cargo owners aren't buying as much they once were the ports website says it expects China's manufacturing to be up and running in the next month or two Soroka says there are uncertain months ahead but the port is working with its supply chain partners to prepare for a cargo surge when production takes off KCRW's Kaylee wells support for NPR comes from legalzoom allowing people to remotely set of documents like wills and trusts legalzoom is network of independent attorneys can also provide guidance over the phone more on a state plans is at legalzoom dot com it's six of seven it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin good morning despite president trump's hopes of re opening the country by Easter Sunday came and went with most of the U. S. on lockdown but public health officials are looking to a time when those restrictions can be lifted speaking yesterday on ABC's this week food and drug administration commissioner Steven Hahn said he is hopeful at least parts of the country could re open by may first it is a target and obviously we're hopeful about that target but I think it's just too early to be able to tell that we see light at the end of the tunnel public health experts though say that before the nation can reopen investments have got to be made in testing and tracing the sec joining me to talk about this NPR science correspondent Geoff Brumfiel hi Jeff good morning Rachel so term being used a lot right now is contact tracing which sort of means what it sounds like but explain well basically when somebody tests positive for the disease public health officials call that person and the first thing they do is they actually ask how are you doing do you need any extra medical help but after that they ask who they've been in contact with and then they call those contacts and ask them to go into quarantine to make sure that they don't spread the disease if they pendant that if if they've been infected now this isn't exactly rocket science but it requires a lot of phone calls and follow ups it also requires trust right you have to you have to trust those people will self quarantine if they've been in touch with with someone with covert houses possibly going to work on a national scale well right now there's about half a million people with covered nineteen in the U. S. and that's just too many to contact Tracy all of them so first of all that's why we're all locked down is so that the number of active cases goes down but this you mean those numbers do eventually drop you're right I mean trust is going to be so important and that's why this is going to come down to state and local governments governments the people deal with every day so for example Massachusetts is starting a statewide program to trace cover nineteen patients and their contacts they're gonna hire around a thousand people and train them up and then they're going to start treating people as soon as they can but does that mean that the country would be ready in a matter of a month or two to open up it's it's gonna be pretty tough I mean look first of all nationwide we're talking about hiring tens of thousands of people maybe even hundreds of thousands and contact tracing doesn't really require super specialized training you can train people have never done it before but those individuals also need to be plugged into a system that system has to include widespread and rapid testing so the tracers can call people before they go out and get other people sick it also needs to include like computer databases and things like that so that you know the tracers can work together and follow up on all these phone numbers and less about you need support for the sick and those who put into quarantine I mean if you're gonna tell people not to go to the grocery store for fourteen days you better have a plan for getting the groceries and you know you put this all together and we're talking about a huge national effort to me it's sort of like a Hoover dam or something governments I mean the government could fund this and there are plenty of people who need jobs right now so I mean it's possible we'll just have to see if it can happen is there any technology that's being worked on right now that could help with contractors and yeah well you know we have technology that we actually have in our pockets right now these brilliant devices called cell phones that you know hi trace our movements and can tell us where we've been and we've been in contact with and South Korea and China have been using cell phones to help with contractors and sometimes they've been pretty aggressive here in the U. S. there's concerns about privacy obviously the ACLU's race some of those Google and apple are working on ways that they can use the technology hopefully without causing privacy problems bottom line it's hard to imagine that tech won't play a role but it's not gonna be an apt that gets us out of this and her science correspondent Geoff Brumfiel thanks Jeff appreciate it we are now we're not gonna get a different perspective from professor crystal Watson a she is a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security along with her colleagues she has just published a report that outlines a national plan to ease social distancing through contact tracing she's here with more perspective thanks so much for being with us thank you very much so we've heard a lot from the White House about how the president would like to ease social distancing guidelines open up the economy in the next few weeks based on your team's assessment under what circumstances could we safely start to ease those guidelines yeah it's going to be a combination of the case reduction we want to see as an extended reduction in cases daily reported cases over time also that hospital bed capacity is increased that we can care for the patients safely that are that are presenting at hospitals testing we need to build up our testing capacity to identify every case and then we need to build the system for contact tracing all around the country so Jeff just outlined what contact tracing is can you explain what you're proposing what would that look like he had the US really needs to implement a robust and comprehensive system to identify all code nineteen cases and trays all of their close contacts of each identified case this is system is really necessary in order to reduce that burden on hospitals and ease that strict social distancing measures that we have in place right now and then that that helps us confidently make progress towards returning to work and school so this would how would this work I mean if someone has coded then you're you're reliant on that person to be able to communicate who they've been in contact with or you're relying on on those friends and acquaintances to self identified authorities yeah so it's a it's a combination of that and possibly the application of technology so public health does contact tracing all the time for other diseases so this is something that they know well but yeah you would ask a person who's been sick they have come into close contact with but we can also pair that with technologies to help identify people who have been in that the area of this person so we we heard the other countries have employed the south Korean particular used cell phone technology is just mentioned to identify track these movements but there are privacy concerns right I mean how would how would you implement a program like this while preserving Americans right to privacy right privacy is very important we need to make sure to address privacy concerns because we need the trust and help of of people in our communities to do this there are as as he said there are some technologies like Bluetooth that help preserve privacy they don't explicitly identify you so we can employ those technologies but I think people need to understand also that this is going to be important for your health so imagine that you were in the grocery store you were near somebody who is actively sick with cove in nineteen and then you receive it a text message a couple of weeks later possibly to say oh you might be expecting you might have been exposed I would want to receive that text message so I know what to do and what to look out for and I think we are going to have to accept some trade off some privacy to try and get this epidemic under control but privacy is obviously very important we should minimize any invasion of privacy to the extent we can of the throughout the pandemic the trump administration has been reluctant to make anything a matter of federal policy rightly instead leaving the response up to state governments what's at stake here at what could happen if something like this is left to the states without federal support I'm the states need to implement this along with local health departments that that is going to be their job but what we need from the federal government is planning guidance and technical support that is their job and they they need to do that coordination at the top level so we can it's a public health can do their job on the ground professor crystal Walton a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security we appreciate your perspective thank you so much thank you next we report on an industry that is not receiving federal help it is.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"America. How Putin cyber spies and WikiLeaks. Try to steal the twentieth. Sixteen election, the bunch great books, which we'll talk about with him house of Trump Hausa Putin, the untold story of Donald Trump and the Russian mafia by Vanity, Fair, contributing editor Craig Unger. And also the very brilliant, Olga Lottman in expert on the Russian mafia and Trump's many decades long's ties to the Russian mafia, who was a researcher on that book an uncivil war, taking back, our democracy than age of Trumpian, disinformation, and thunderdome, politics, by the Washington Post, Greg Sargent, author of their blog, the plumb lines at the Washington Post at the Washington Post, and how to be less stupid about race by professor crystal. Marie Fleming, a very important book which we call a multivitamin essential reading, because as we keep pointing out on his show, the vast majority. Of the newsroom's remaining in America after decades of decline are filled predominantly by white men and women. So a very good book to open people's eyes up to white supremacy and why it's so essential to where we are. Now how he got here in all of it. So we hope you join us over the summer for that. We're here with Muller. She wrote after just 'cause playing the movie clue among each other with each other for the last twenty minutes, we kid, you not Justice set up our recording arrangement was like three alternative endings of clue. Turns out the gun was in my purse, of course it was AG with the wifi in the dining room with zoom. I'm so we are so excited because for a million different reasons, but for those tuning in who are not familiar with the movie clue for whatever reason we're not going to judge you at all. Clue is to simply put one of the greatest movies ever made, and it is based on a board. Game came out in the. Nineteen eighties. And it is the story of a dark and stormy nights and a mysterious mansion in the middle of nowhere with the moon. Hanging lowness in the sky, and all these strangers. These shady strangers show up for dinner party having all received a mysterious invitation and throughout the night bodies start dropping. And we find out how this group of strangers came together, what their connections are and who's really at fault in, in terms of his body cow keeps growing, and it's just a matter ATI count. On as a character mister body. And so we are going to basically be breaking down the film paying tribute to it, and how it's impacted our lives and made us the women we are today as well as pointing out the very obvious parallels to the transnational crime syndicate masquerading as a government that we're All Burma. Yeah. Situa- lot of compromise. Always people in this film, a lot of compromise. And so the ladies of clue are going to help us break this. The lease of Muller. She wrote and we're going to help us break down break this all down. And we went also nounce said, this is the first ever movie night resistant cinema between gaslight nation and Muller. She wrote, and we're going to continue doing this. We we're gonna launch clue Muller. She wrote gets to pick the next film. I put my requests in, you know what they are. There is not thrilled about them, and they're going to be they're going to be movies..

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"professor crystal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hey, of BK's sponsored by Audi. Rocklin. it's morning major film studios are threatening to boycott the state of georgia over the state's new antiabortion law warner media sony pictures and n._b._c. universal have now all joined a growing number of studios that are threatening to pull their production out of georgia should a controversial abortion law go into effect their their science behind the idea of reducing the threat of wildfires through prescribe burns but even though millions of acres are purposely burned and southeastern u._s. that's not the case here in the west and new report on the benefit of these controlled burns has been released by the university of idaho and fire science associate professor crystal colden says it's impossible to say if they could have prevented some of the most massive fires like the campfire imbue county just look at places where they do a lot of describes describe fire like eastern u._s. even certain areas in the west some places where they're able to use more prescribed fire on the ground there is a reduction in uncontrolled wildfires and they're able to more easily manage and suppress wildfires when they do happen it's part of the debate that's been going on you know there are a lot of people i lean who said following the campfire that we've done a horrible job managing our forest that we need to go in there and do more logging and so this is just another part of the discussion that the prescribed burn and they do go on you know this time of year they try to clear as much as they can before we get into the heart of the fire season but she says that the fires in the southeastern u._s. are there but they're just not as destructive people don't realize that it's very flammable place despite how whether it is despite the very different than the west but but they've been able Able to manage those wildfires much more effectively, because they do so much prescribed burning and reduce those fuel. So these things are not without risk these control burns. There was a famous one in two thousand in New Mexico this year. 'grande fire, it started as a prescribed burn got out of control destroyed more than two hundred homes and threaten the Los Alamos National lab. Thing that makes people really afraid of prescribed fire, but the problem is that, you know, when you look at the two options that are available to us, right? Which is the use of prescribed fire and the risk that comes with that versus not doing anything at all to reduce feels and just waiting for a wildfire to come on. You know, there's a much greater risk of loss of homes and say, Taliban and massive destruction of resources with a wildfire than there is a prescribed fire, look going forward Eileen. This is going to be part of the discussion of how we best prevent wildfires manager for as you know, I think this is kind of an ongoing discussion for a longtime things have got to continue to be figured out here. let's check out what's going on the road brian noble's morning brian good morning we've just heard from sack p._d. got a little more information regarding that accident on macro makro a little bit west of centre parkway someone hit a person in a wheelchair this did result in a fatality the investigation is ongoing now we understand they do not believe drugs or alcohol were involved but we do know that the investigation is ongoing the estimated time now getting that roadway reopen is between eight thirty and nine so big thanks for giving us a call and giving us a little heads up on that one otherwise freeways getting a little bit busier all the way around this reports by haggerty for people who love cars that eighty from roseville still nine minutes to the cap city split want you passes played westbound on the cap city freeway slowing between the split and fulton ten minutes gets you to downtown thirteen minutes in from elk grove on i five fourteen on ninety nine little mild slowing beginning of floor and fifties full speed all the way in from folsom that's an eighteen minute drive in from woodland on i five twenty one minutes in if you making the trip in from davis eastbound i eighty across the causeway that's a sixteen minute drive california need collector car insurance only haggerty has the expertise and fashion to protect your car quoted haggerty dot com slash west or with your local agent traffic on the tans every ten minutes mornings and afternoons for nobles news ninety three point one k p._k. warming up into the weekend it's finally gonna feel like it should for this time of year with temperatures.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"S T news. A state lawmaker wants to require Iranians who request early ballots to return them by mail seven ninety Kanus teased done. Nici has more Senate Bill ten forty six bar people on the permanent early voting lists from simply bringing their ballots to any polling place on election day, if they didn't mail them in time, the bill's sponsor Republican Senator Michele Eugene, t Rita tells the Arizona capitol times that so-called procrastinator voters delay final tallies. The final vote count from that midterm election took weeks. But election officials may have reservations about any measure that could make it harder for people to vote. Thank you, Don. In more state political news, the husband of former US Senate candidate Kelli ward is accused of spitting in the eye of the Martha mcsally supporter. The Republic reports that twenty nine year old Scott Robert Johnson alleged that Michael ward spit on him at the Amazon, a Republican party's general election night gala on November. Six Johnston was reportedly a former war volunteer who switched to supporting Sally. Kelli ward was defeated by the August, Republican Senate primary paradise valley. Police have not filed any criminal charges and about fifteen years after it first surfaced in Arizona West Nile virus has become a permanent resident of the state. A new study by northern Arizona university. And t- Jen finds that strains of West Nile seen in Arizona in two thousand eighteen can be traced back as far as twenty eleven and a U assistant. Professor crystal says centrally Arizona's mild weather appears to be a major factor. I think that it could just be the nature of our climate. What's now, viruses only been in the United States since nineteen ninety nine. So it's hard to tell if if it's nature is going to change in Arizona overtime, the findings will allow public health officials to better tracking control the virus. I'm Greg Paul KFI AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. Daddy, west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six for David Jones changed his name to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell cross performance with the group just once more at the Motown twenty-five TV special in nineteen Eighty-three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumors hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred billboard was arrested on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's new album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day. Brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her and visions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she Shirley did this week in the year two thousand in an article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father, Melissa etheridge's, two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer Dolores at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie nine hundred ninety four..

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"professor crystal" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The opening bell. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. You'll have to send it back. I'm Greg Paul K N S T news. A state lawmaker wants to require Arizona to request early ballots to return them by mail. Seven ninety Kanus teased on Nici has more Senate Bill ten forty six bar people on the permanent early voting lists from simply bringing their ballots to any polling place on election day, if they didn't mail them in time, the bill's sponsor Republican Senator Michele Eugene, t Rita tells the Arizona capitol times that so-called procrastinator voters delay final tallies. The final vote count from the November midterm election took weeks. But election officials may have reservations about any measure that could make it harder for people to vote. Thank you, Don. In more state political news, the husband of former US Senate candidate Kelli ward is accused of spitting in the eye of Martha mcsally supporter. The Republic reports that twenty nine year old Scott Robert Johnson alleged that Michael ward spit on him at the Amazon a Republican party's general election night gala on November six Johnston. Was reportedly a former war. Volunteer who switched to supporting Sally. Kelli ward was defeated by MC Sally and the August Republican Senate primary paradise valley. Police have not filed any criminal charges and about fifteen years after it first surfaced in Arizona West Nile virus has become a permanent resident of the state. A new study by northern Arizona university. And t- Jen finds that strains of West Nile seen in Arizona and twenty eighteen can be traced back as far as twenty eleven and a U assistant. Professor crystal says central Arizona's mild weather appears to be a major factor. I think that it could just be the nature of our climate. What's now virus has only been in the United States since nineteen ninety nine. So it's hard to tell if if it's nature is going to change in Arizona overtime, the findings will allow public health officials to.

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"professor crystal" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"professor crystal" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Rosa parks when rosa parks went to interview rishi taylor we're talking eleven years before the montgomerie bus boycott the local sheriff kept driving by the house and eventually burstyn threatening rosa parks with arrest if she didn't leave town parks left and then launch the alabama committee for equal justice for mrs receipt taylor triggering a movement to seek justice again eleven years before sh rosa parks became that civil rights hero for refusing to give up for busseat to a white man launching the montgomerie bus boycott for more we're joined by nancy burski the producer and director of the rape of receipt taylor and we're joined by professor crystal fiend stir she's an associate professor of african american studies at yale university interviewed in the film and author of the book southern horrors women in the politics of rape and lynching we welcome you both to democracy now on nancy burski let's begin with you why you took on this film what an amazing moment for it to be shown in the midst of the uh me to movement and again amplify the story of receive taylor and what ultimately happened to her you know retailer is mainly courageous for speaking up as you mentioned very few women did that they were afraid for their lives their families would be threatened and their friends livelihood would be threatened so what she did was 'extraordinary and you know we've made this film before this me to movement we had no idea that this would ali rupp but now is i look back on it i realized that retailers story is the first link in a long chain and may not even the first leg and really goes back to slavery but it is a very pivotal link in a chain that goes right through the civil rights movement right up through black power and obviously is resolved today and receive tell her what happened what what is this what were home investigations you have rosa parks this amazing story of rosa parks gone avocado this is what motivated rosa parks what propelled her you know they had a grand jury investigation soon after the rape i think that took place in october the rate put place in september she did not get an ejustice you know she identified a rapist but.

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