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"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:48 min | 4 months ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's brain matter. Show on W N Y C Good morning. Then everyone the racial justice and environmental movements are increasingly becoming one. Bernie Sanders Alexandra, Across Sea of Cortez style green New deal Is one example. President elect Joe Biden's latest environmental nominees are another. Biden has chosen Michael S. Regan, who headed the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. As the next EPA administrator. Regan would be the first black man to hold that position. As well as environmental law expert Brenda Mallory to serve as the first black chair of the White House Council on environmental quality. They were among six other would be nominees and appointments to Biden's environmental cabinet. Announced over the weekend by Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris. This was on Saturday and they underscored the diversity of their Cabinet picks. Here's Biden. Speaking at the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday. Already There are more people of color in our Cabinet and any Cabinet ever. More women than ever. Buying Harris Cabinet. It will be historic Cabinet that looks like America. So that, of course, is in general terms and joining me now to talk about the EPA and other agencies with environmental policy responsibilities and the Biden administration and the extent to which environmental justice will be a priority, or Peggy Shepherd, co founder and executive director of We Act for environmental justice. And Juliet Eilperin, Washington Post senior national affairs correspondent covering environmental and energy policy changes in the Trump administration. Some of you may remember she was on To go down a list of environmental deregulation points under Trump and their implications few years ago by might try to undo some of Those things that Trump did. So Peggy and Juliet welcome back both of you to W N Y C Hi, there. Hey, thank you. Let's start with a look at Michael S. Regan, head of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. Um, who of you knows him? Peggy Shepherd. Is there somebody you're familiar with? Yes, I am familiar familiar with Michael. Um he has such great potential. He's got a wonderful background of experience for a younger man having served at EPA, the Environmental Defense Fund. As well as head of the Department of Environmental Conservation in North Carolina. Um there's in North Carolina Environmental Justice Network that has been very supportive and Excited about his appointment. They've been very appreciative that he started in Environmental Justice Advisory Council in North Carolina. And again, you know, North Carolina has a lot of issues with, uh, confined animal feed operations and other kinds of farming. Facilities that, um have producing pollution and nearby communities, So he's really been under a lot of pressure there. North Carolina To address those kinds of issues, and certainly he'll be taking office at the EPA with a very, um With very low morale there, and with hundreds of rollbacks that need to be rolled back. What's an example of one of those rollbacks or a couple of them? Certainly the need to the National Environmental of Protection Act. Um, which Trump has rolled back. It is A, uh, an incredible um Uh, opportunity for communities to engage, uh, around environmental impacts that might be coming to their communities from major federal project. That has been, um, a Significant source of contention for four community organizations that again that would be rolled back and they would not have the opportunity to really engage on on projects coming to their communities. Tony has been a very important one certainly rolling back. Car emissions standards has been another, but they're there so many around clean air and clean water. Uh, you know, exploration in the Arctic. Ah, refuges. Well, they're they're just hundreds of robots and Juliet Eilperin from the Washington Post. This is your wheelhouse say, Do you want to add to that or give us a sort of big picture contest? Absolutely. So There's a long list is Peggy mentioned that you know, there's there's a slew of policies I would note. You know, a number of the ones she mentioned are ones that you know might take, you know a number of agencies, involvements or different departments. But in terms of what Michael Reagan himself can focus on as head of the EPA, Uh, for example, earlier this month The agency decided not to tighten air quality standards for fine particle pollution, which many people commonly referred to as a foot, which again disproportionately affects Americans of color and low income Americans across the country. One of the things that Secretary Regan was particularly known for is he for helped forge Ah, multibillion, or a billion dollar settlement over coal ash cleanup with Duke energy. This is, of course, this toxic waste, which is stored on at power plants across the country. There have been several rules finalized weakening storage requirements. For coal ash, and that's something that's going to be in his sights as well as you know, there again. She, she pointed to. We expect both tougher tailpipe emissions for cars and light trucks, as well as a slew of other climate related policies. So he will. He has made it clear and and the Biden transition team has made it clear that they'll be real reassessing many of these policies. Two of you have already mentioned many major environmental Um, rules that were in effect. I guess these are things that can be done through executive action. These air, not act of Congress, Juliet. These air things. Trump and his EPA administrator were able to do with a snap of a finger and a sign on the dotted line, and Biden and his EPA administrator could do the same thing in the other direction. Uh, everything you said was correct except for snap of the finger. Many of these rules take a couple years at least two to write and rewrite and the justice The Trump Administration had to do that and obviously got challenged in court when it tried to take shortcuts. The same will be true for a new Biden administration, which, of course, will face opposition from industry and Republicans and particularly Republican attorneys general across the country, so it will take time to do a number of these measures. Although With the auto industry. One of the interesting things is there you could see a negotiated settlement between federal officials, the auto industry and California, which has considerable sway because it consent, more stringent air pollution standards, so sometimes you might be able to the deal that could move things quicker in a lot of cases..

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Biden, Harris are Time's 2020 'Person of the Year'

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03:26 min | 4 months ago

Biden, Harris are Time's 2020 'Person of the Year'

"Go from here. That's the colossal question. Before president-elect joe biden who was named times person of the year along with vice president elect kamala harris. He's not the first person of the year to be tasked with the future of america. Almost every u s president since the franchise began in nineteen twenty. Eight has been named person of the year at least once excluding calvin coolidge. Herbert hoover and gerald ford but biden is likely the first in a generation to inherit such a crescendo of course trophies. A worsening pandemic that's brought a staggering loss of life widespread unemployment and an economic crisis a global climate crisis a reckoning over the continued pervasiveness of systemic racism and growing misinformation blurring fact and fiction during an interview with time editor in chief and ceo. Edward felsen thal at queens theatre in wilmington delaware. The president-elect discussed his partnership with harris the coming covid nineteen vaccine rollout. His thoughts on pardons and more here are excerpts. From biden's interview edited for clarity on restoring america's middle class if my plan is able to be implemented whole plan. I think it's going to go down as one of the most progressive administrations in american history. We've lost the idea that when ordinary people do well. Everybody does better. It's important that we focus on the things that provide opportunity pardoning donald trump. my justice department will make decisions based on the facts there. The people's lawyers. They're not my lawyers. I'm never going to pick up the phone. And say pardon so. And so or go out and prosecute so. And so. But i lived through gerald ford's pardoning of richard nixon. I think that the law and the circumstance should take its effect. I'm not suggesting. Trumpy prosecuted. Or not. But i would not be engaged in that prematurely. How the pandemic has changed him and us. What's been reinforced is my absolute commitment. That everyone is entitled to health care. It's not about whether or not it's a privilege it's a right. We're the only country in the world that has come out of every crisis stronger than we went into the crisis. I predict we will come out of this crisis stronger than when we went in finding vaccine. Hesitancy the words of a president matter. Whether they're good. Presidents are bad. They matter i joined the three presidents who said they would be publicly vaccinated because i think people will realize that we have to reinstate confidence that science is real if someone with the reputation of anthony fauci and the leading scientists of the country said this vaccine works they should take choosing kamala harris. She is straight as an arrow. She is really really bright. She is tough but yet she has a heart. That understands what it's like to be on the other side of prejudice. She also was an immigrant's daughter who was raised in a strange way like i was. We were taught that we could be anything. Don't give up just move. Keep pushing. And i just found her to be someone who. If in fact something happened to me i knew they could take over. That's kamla

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"queen theater" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:53 min | 5 months ago

"queen theater" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Your wake up Call K of I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio up. I was just thinking to myself yesterday, man. That Emily Murphy Man, that Lady wields a lot of power. I had no idea who Emily Murphy was Jim Ryan. Well, she sounds like a high school classmate right before Emily murky, Well knows he's He's the head of the General Services Administration. She was appointed in 2017 by President Trump has the essay and few people ever hear of that agency. It deals with federal buildings and some federal of budgets, this sort of thing, but one of us Responsibility is front and center right now that's dealing with the transition from one presidential administration into the next as generally it's just a matter of course, that once the winner of the election he's decided presidential election, the had releases funding into the new transition team release his office space, other assets. And also that rule briefing briefings on security matters that the new administration will need to get up and running. So far, though, Emily Murphy has resisted doing that now, whether to an act of politicization of the system, or if she has not yet legally ask her team that Joe Biden was winner. We don't know. She hasn't spoken publicly about this doubt that she will will just wait and see what the next step is. Biden here in Wilmington, Biden. Harris is considering legal action potentially to force her to release those assets. Okay. Now, as the NSA administrator, she was appointed to this position by the Trump administration, right? Yes, Okay. And then I saw a report coming from the NSA yesterday. That said Emily Murphy is keeping with the president's failure to concede the election and has no immediate plans to sign such a letter. So in other words, until all is said and done until every state is reported. Does that mean until every state has had a recount? Because there were states that we're very close where the president could call for a recount. Is she waiting for that as well? And then what is the Biden team do in the meantime? Well, they just sort of sit there and wait. You know they do what they can Biden Harris. They've been holding a virtual meetings with the transition team. Yesterday they held a virtual meeting with the covert 19 Advisory Task Force of 14 member panel. They sat there inside the Queen Theater here in Wilmington and giant screen at 14 squares with the members of this panel to talk about covert s so that they are doing what they can and again considering potential legal action. It isn't clear what she's waiting for. If she's waiting for the certification of the votes that won't Open for another month or so, waiting for those recounts Potential recounts to be done. O R waiting for lawsuits which you're waiting for the president to concede. I think that would automatically triggered the whole process. But for right now, nothing is moving in terms of a transition that you know, we'll just see what happens next. What now that it's supposed to be in a political decision again. It's just a matter of course, that once the winner is determined But it's up to the head to determine what that means Water the water the criteria for determining that one candidate one or the other Well, I think that it's pretty. I can almost say with 100% certainty the president is not going to concede anytime soon. And even if the Biden administration does, or the Biden Harris transition team does go ahead and sue. President Trump or the government Services Authority, whichever one it is, even if they do sue lawsuits like that take forever. Yeah, right. That could you know, I think it's symbolic as much as anything else. I don't know if it's a practical thing. That boat of course, you know, it could be fast tracked. What's more important to a country that it's you know, the Presidential administration s o. You know, I suspected it would be rocketed through the system fairly quickly, just to get a final ruling now. Yeah, it would be that it would be The the Biden Harris people not suing necessarily Donald Trump. But suing the General Services Administration. Alright, well, sounds good. Thanks for explaining it all. And thanks for telling us all about Emily Murphy. Thanks. See you later. ABC is Jim Ryan. Get all Emily Murphy. You know? It's funny how There's this person sitting out there. This oftentimes happens there's a person sitting out there holding the purse strings. You don't know who this person is. It's usually somebody quiet. In the I don't know, Accounting Department where you work or the the HR office. Something like that. You have no idea how much that how much power that person wheels Until all of a sudden something like this happens and you go. Oh, nothing can happen until the Emily Murphy of your workplace signs off on it. Go. Emily Murphy certainly got a lot of power right now. All right, let's get back to some of the stories coming out of the fight. 24 hour newsroom Attorney General Bill Bar is authorized the Department of Justice to investigate alleged voting irregularities. Bar says investigations may be done if there are clear and apparently credible Aleksic allegations that, if true, could potentially impact the outcome of a federal election in an individual state. States have until December 8 to resolve election disputes. So is that when Emily Murphy is waiting for I don't know. Governor. Newsome says he does not know whom he is appointing to take. Kamala Harris is U S Senate seat or when he'll appoint the person. He says he's working through a cattle call of considerations, as he puts it, but is more focused at the moment on dealing with an uptick in Cove in 19 statistics. A new administration in Washington may have more help for Ella's homelessness crisis..

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"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:06 min | 5 months ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR News. It's all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. And I'm Elsa Chang and we are expecting remarks soon from former Vice President Joe Biden. He is going to be giving a speech from the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. And as we are waiting for him, I want to bring in some correspondence here. We have NPR's asthma. Solid. Scott Petro and Domenico Montanaro hate all three of you. Hey, easy on noon, right Asthma and Scott, I want to turn to you. Both of you have been covering just have the former vice president now both covered in economic crisis facing this nation. And we're reminded again. The severity of this pandemic cases around the rise nationwide and we're nearing 240,000 deaths and our hearts go out to each and every family has lost a loved one. To this terrible disease in America voted sacred. It's how people of this nation expressed their will. And it is the will of the voters know one, not anything else that chooses the president, United States of America. So each ballot must be counted and that's what we're going to see going through now, and that's how it should be. Democracies sometimes missing. It sometimes requires a little patience as well. But that patience has been rewarded now for more than 240 years, the system of governance, governance and that's been the envy of the world. We continue to feel Senator, I will continue to feel very good about where things stand. We have no doubt. When the Countess trendy Senator Harris and I will be declared the winners. So I asked everyone to stay calm. All people to stay calm process is working. The count is being completed. And we'll know very soon. So thank you all for your patients, but we got to count the votes. God bless you all. And may God protect our troops. Thank you so much. All right. Remarks from the former vice president Joe Biden, with an election still hanging in the balance by then just gave a very short speed from the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. Joining us now to talk about where the state of the race is, at least at this moment are three correspondence. We have NPR's asthma. Khalid's got Metro and Domenico Montanaro. Hey, guys! Hey, there. So well, I guess the first thing I want to ask is what struck you most about Biden's remarks today. There wasn't much, but that's not why don't you start us off? Domenico? Go right ahead, Scott. It was, you know, sometimes Scott Domenico sound the same. So this is Scott. There is a clear trend line from what the former vice president has been saying the last few days ever since he first addressed supporters just before one AM on election night. He's trying to walk a very careful line here of expressing confidence that he will be declared the winner. But at the same time, certainly doing nowhere near what President Trump is doing of declaring victory already, which is what we saw late Tuesday night from President Trump, which was actually the last time we've seen him speak in public. Joe Biden is repeating several themes. The fact that votes need to be counted. This is a legitimate vote counting process as was supposed to happen. Sometimes it takes time calling for people to stay patient. The process is working, he said. The count is being completed. You've also seen Joe Biden, at the same time try to to reach out to the other side tried to call for calm and patients and not fan partisan flames. Well, I am interested in how you are explaining how Biden is threading the needle as we said that President Trump explicitly called election victory when the wee hours of November 4th. How exactly is bite and projecting confidence, saying he has the electoral votes he will need with stopping short of calling victory. I mean, is he essentially saying kind of the same thing or how is he knows the difference there. He's not I think this is very different, and that's important to point out. Biden is saying that you know to take Pennsylvania, for example, there's north of 300,000 votes left to be counted there, mostly in places that we have a pretty good sense vote Democrat there. We have seen all across the country that that early voting mail in voting has leaned Democrat so they're saying When the votes are completed, they feel like they will have the vote. They have to win. President. Trump, on the other hand, is demanding that certain states stopped counting ballots where he's ahead and demanding that other states start counting ballots again and casting doubt on the process. The consistent message you'll hear from the Biden campaign is count the votes, right, very important distinction there. Inigo of the battleground states that we're still waiting to, you know, get vote. Final vote counts from Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Where do you think the Biden campaign is projecting the most confidence? I think they're looking squarely at Pennsylvania right now. I mean, because of where the vote is coming in in Philadelphia, and the margin there just continues to shrink. In Pennsylvania, where now it's 100,000 votes, potentially going to get to smaller than that within the next half hour or so, and, you know, look, there's hundreds of thousands of ballots that have to still be counted from all those mail in ballots that have to be legally counted. On and I think that's where they feel like today they could pass President Trump. Ah, and that's why you hear Joe Biden coming out and saying that he has quote, no doubt. That when all of the accounting is done, that he will be ahead now, that's very different. As Scott said that they have that they will be ahead when all the counting happens as opposed to stop the count here or continue the count somewhere else. Exactly. You know they They also are looking very strongly at Georgia, You know, the campaign continues to say. At where the vote is coming from in Georgia, particularly blue areas, places where Joe Biden is winning two thirds of the vote or more. That's about the percentage that he needs to pull ahead with what the vote is remaining there, But that would be icing on the cake for the Biden campaign..

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"queen theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"queen theater" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thank you all for your patients, But we have to count the votes. God bless you all. And may God protect our troops. Thank you so much. All right. Remarks from the former vice President Joe Biden, with an election still hanging in the balance by then just gave a very short speech from the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. Joining us now to talk about where the state of the race is, at least at this moment are three correspondents. We have NPR's asthma. Khalid's got Metro and Domenico Montanaro. Hey, guys! So well, I guess the first thing I want to ask is what struck you most about Biden's remarks today. There wasn't much, but I know why don't you start us off? Domenico, Go right ahead. It was, you know, sometimes Scott Domenico sound the same. So this is Scott. There is a clear trend line from what the former vice president has been saying the last few days ever since he first addressed supporters just before one AM on election night. He's trying to walk a very careful line here of expressing confidence that he will be declared the winner. But at the same time, certainly doing nowhere near what President Trump is doing of declaring victory already, which is what we saw late Tuesday night from President Trump, which was actually the last time we've seen him speak in public. Joe Biden is repeating several themes. The fact that votes need to be counted. This is a legitimate vote counting process as was supposed to happen. Sometimes it takes time calling for people to stay patient. The process is working, he said. The count is being completed. You've also seen Joe Biden, at the same time try to to reach out to the other side tried to call for calm and patients and not fan partisan flames. Well, I am interested in how you are explaining how Biden is threading the needle as we said that President Trump explicitly called election victory when we hours of November, 4th How exactly is Biden projecting confidence, saying he has the electoral votes he will need with stopping short of calling victory. I mean, is he essentially saying kind of the same thing or how is he's known the difference there? He's not I think this is very different, and that's important to point out. Biden is saying that you know to take Pennsylvania, for example, there's north of 300,000 votes left to be counted there, mostly in places that we have a pretty good sense vote Democrat there. We have seen all across the country that early voting mail in voting has leaned Democrat so they're saying When the votes are completed, they feel like they will have the vote. They have to win. President. Trump, on the other hand, is demanding that certain states stopped counting ballots where he's ahead and demanding that other states start counting ballots again and casting doubt on the process. The consistent message you'll hear from the Biden campaign is count the votes, right, very important distinction there. Emiko of the battleground states that we're still waiting to, you know, get vote. Final vote counts from Nevada, Georgia, Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Where do you think the Biden campaign is projecting the most confidence? I think they're looking squarely at Pennsylvania right now. I mean, because of where the vote is coming in in Philadelphia, and the margin there just continues to shrink. In Pennsylvania, where now it's 100,000 votes, potentially going to get to smaller than that within the next half hour or so, and, you know, look, there's hundreds of thousands of ballots that have to still be counted from all those mail in ballots that have to be legally counted. Andi. I think that's where they feel like today they could pass President Trump on DH. That's why you hear Joe Biden coming out and saying that he has quote, no doubt. That when all of the accounting is done, that he will be ahead now, that's very different. Scott said that they have that they will be ahead when all the accounting happens as opposed to stop the count here or continue to count somewhere else, exactly. You know they they also are looking very strongly at Georgia, You know, the campaign continues to say. That where the vote is coming from in Georgia, particularly blue areas, places where Joe Biden is winning two thirds of the vote or more. That's about the percentage that he needs to pull ahead with what the vote is remaining there, But that would be icing on the cake for the Biden campaign. If they get Pennsylvania it's over. This is Mary the ways Let me throw a question here to asthma holiday there in Wilmington, Delaware, as is the vice president, and I want to ask you there's what For the eventual vote tallies are and then there's what might happen in the courts. Where is the Biden campaign in terms of thinking about is flurry of lawsuits that the Trump campaign is introducing, Trying to stop Belle Accounting are introduced. You know, delays in terms of where? What? What's happening here? Yeah. I mean, the campaign is really characterizing Thiss, you know, flurry of last minute legal challenges from the Trump campaign as being quote merit list, they told us this morning in a campaign briefing. If they saw these is being nothing more than an attempt to distract and delay what they see as inevitable, which they feel that Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States. I mean, they used fairly. I was a directed and strong language and their confidence in projecting Biden's chances. But at the same time, I should note that I keep getting these emails. You know, you're on the biting campaign list of you'll get thes periodically and and these air request to donate money for his fight against, you know to to take on these legal challenges against the Trump campaign, so they're certainly fundraising off of this and building a financial war chest. If they need to be able to fight back against those lawsuits, So just a few seconds left. But what are you watching for? Just tonight, the next few hours, asthma. Oh, gosh, I I mean, I think there are so many paths to victory. So really, what I am looking for is a simple basic thing. Any one of these states to definitively be called by The Associated Press thing. That's what we've all been waiting for. All right, that is NPR's Asma Khalid and Domenico Montanaro and Scott de Tro. Just giving us a little bit of reaction and analysis to a very short statement. Joe Biden just stepped up to the microphone in Wilmington, Delaware, continuing to express confidence that eventually, he says. His campaign will prevail and he will be elected the next president of the United States..

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"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Here since the pan, dammit! I never took off. It was almost like Christmas every day. Then all of a sudden. We got a new postmaster, and now it's like, OK, you gotta stop. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy is expected to chance to find before Congress next week about the cuts, which he claims are saving money. Mayor de Blasio is promising tighter rules for the NYPD. His use of facial recognition technology WN Y sees George Joseph reports. The mayor's commitment follows news Last week, the department used facial recognition in its hunt for a black lives matter protestor. The protester stands accused of yelling into a police officer's ear with a bullhorn. But a press conference, the mayor suggested such technology should be reserved for more serious cases. We have to be very, very careful and very limited in our use of anything involving facial recognition, and those standards need to be reassessed something that I will do with my team and with the NYPD. Currently, the pipe's guidelines allow officers to run facial recognition searches on anyone suspected of a crime. At any level. And former Queens borough president Claire Shulman has died. She'd been battling cancer. Shulman served as the head of the borough from 1986 to 2002. The first woman to do so. During her tenure, she helps support the renovation of Queen's Theatre Park. The organization renamed its main stage the Claire Shulman Playhouse. Before she left her post. Shulman was 94 years old. Tonight. Showers and thunderstorms low around 67 degrees. Currently it's 75 degrees..

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"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Declaration for Iowa who had an incredible wind storm like probably, they've never seen before, really did a lot of damage. I've informed the governor I've informed Senator Grassley and Senator Joni, In addition is some reported fatalities homes. Businesses in Iowa's agricultural sector in general have been severely affected. The governor of Iowa had requested roughly $4 billion in emergency assistance. The Dow Jones industrial Average is down this hour, 52 points. It's the 27,878 NASDAQ's up nearly 1%. This is NPR news. And I'm Jamie Floyd for double U. N. Y. C in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York, says Jim's will be able to start re opening next week throughout the Empire State with restrictions and the timing will be up to local officials. The local elected will make the decision in the jurisdiction. On the local health departments must inspect before within two weeks to make sure or the guidelines are in place. Localities will have the option to inspect the gym's either before they open or up to two weeks after and they can also decide whether to allow indoor classes. Cuomo says. Jim's must operated 1/3 capacity and everyone will be required to wear face masks at all times. Even when working out. Former Queens borough president Claire Shulman, has died. She had been battling lung cancer and pancreatic cancer. Schulman as the head of the borough from 1986 to 2002 and was the first woman to hold the position. During her tenure, she helps support the renovation of the Queen's theater in the park. The organization renamed its main stage the Claire Shulman Playhouse before she left her post. Acting Queensborough President Sharon Lee says Shulman quote lived every single minute fully and with purpose. Claire Shulman was 94.

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"queen theater" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"queen theater" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Hanno guilty feminists me just briefly interrupting a podcast listening to let you know about something very very exciting on on Thursday twelfth of September this Thursday at the London podcast festival. I am doing a show called guilty feminist house on fire with with Limb Sissay. He's an incredible poet who has a book out now that has the number one of the Sunday Times bestseller list and it has had five star reviews he he and I are doing this show where getting to know each other live onstage in conversation in poetry in comedy enjoy in theory. It's a king's this place at seven. PM and it's just gone on sale. You can still get tickets. It's kings place DOT CO DOT UK. Get in and get them now. I'm so excited about this. Show on Saturday the fourteenth of September the guilty feminist will be the prompts. This is a regular guilty from show with me and Jade Adams guests. It's mezzo-soprano Jaime Botin and composer Erin Woolen. It's two thirty PM in the afternoon a bite whole spelled b. It near the Royal Albert Hall is the last afternoon of the last night of the PROMS. Do Not Miss It. There are not many tickets for this left. GO TO GUILTY FEMINIST DOT COM for tickets on Sunday Sunday the fifteenth of September. I am doing storytelling night called one track mind at Williams Music Hole. It's a fundraising event. It starts at five. PM and it's me David Suchet Katie mellower and more go to Wilton Dot Org dot UK for tickets and this week week ongoing to see Stiletto beach play by the amazing Sadie Hasler who came on the podcast recently. She talked about the show announce reality. She's genuinely one of the greatest playwrights I know and this play upenn's the stereotype of the Essex goal. It's Queens Theatre haunch till twenty the eighth of September. I'm going this Wednesday if you'd like to go any night go to Queens Hyphen Theater Dot Co dot UK for tickets and for those in New York. I want to tell you that Millie Thomas's amazing play dust. I told you about just got the New York. Times critic's pick so get tickets while all you. Can you fit a workshop. I'll be going when I'm in New York later this month. Wednesday the sixth of November. I festival with the guilty feminist. It's eight thirty. PM at Vicar Street honestly my favorite venue go to ticketmaster dot I. E. for tickets or find it on the guilty feminists feminists website can't wait to come back to Dublin see that guy new up their best audience now back to the podcast.

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"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

"History of the rock group. Queens theaters this weekend like the Bill stadiums. He earned an estimated fifty million dollars. Bayview? Merry Christmas Clara beloved music also helped the nutcracker and the four rounds to a second place finish at the box office with twenty million dollars. And Tiffany haddish's. Nobody's Fool earned fourteen million for third. I'm Ben Thomas. So you're Bano is preparing for another auction to raise money for the fight against HIV and aids and does AP's Charles de LA desma reports has a message for US lawmakers as President Trump looks to slash funding for programs at home and abroad on is caught between hope and frustration as for the third time in a decade. He organizes an auction to raise money for the fight against HIV aids. Sotheby's has announced details of a big sale in Miami on December five two previous ones. Ray sixty eight million dollars with tangible results for many sufferers now with the president wanting a massive US funding reduction, the UT singer says members of congress have so far turned down the president's called. He says with the right and left in lockstep together on this banners. Message to them thank you for your leadership Charles through the desma London. The GOP keeps the Senate. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute Republicans will keep the majority in the Senate, all but assured GOP wins in North Dakota in Indiana. And despite results that are still out in Florida and Arizona Democrats are making gains in the house flipping a number of GOP held seats, including newcomer Jason Crowe knocking off five term Republican congressman, Mike Kaufman. In a suburban district of Denver. The Democrats need a net increase Twenty-three seats to gain the house. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders day, the president's going to work with whoever comes into office. We have a lot of things on our agenda. And we look forward to getting them all in Florida Republicans remain in control of the state governor's mansion. Tallahassee democratic mayor Andrew gillum conceding the race to Republican Ron dissenters. I want you to know that inspite of our congratulating him on his victory this evening, nothing that we believe in is compromised. The Georgia governor's race remains undecided. I'm mcguire. More news right after this. Drives me crazy. It gives me misprint turn from sprint. Chairman. New iphone ten are with an amazing liquid display. This.

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"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

"This is when the operatic sex incomes in tracing the history of the rock queens theater this weekend like the band to stadiums. Hime rhapsody earned an estimated fifty million dollars Bayview. You. Merry Christmas Clara beloved music, also helped the nutcracker and the four realms to a second place finish at the box office with twenty million dollars and Tiffany haddish's. Nobody's Fool earned fourteen million for third. I'm Ben Thomas. So. So you're Bano is preparing for another auction to raise money for the fight against HIV and aids and does AP's Charles day with desma reports has a message for US lawmakers as President Trump looks to slash funding for programs at home and abroad on is called between hope and frustration as for the third time in a decade. He organizes an auction to raise money for the fight against HIV aids. Sotheby's has announced details of a big sale in Miami on December five two previous ones race sixty eight million dollars with tangible results for many sufferers now with the president wanting a massive US funding reduction, the UT singer says members of congress have so far turned down the president's called. He says with them, right and left in lockstep together on this message to them. Thank you feel ship. Charles through the desma London. The GOP keeps the Senate. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute Republicans will keep the majority in the Senate, all but assured GOP wins in North Dakota in Indiana. And despite results that are still out in Florida and Arizona Democrats are making gains in the house flipping a number of GOP held seats, including newcomer Jason Crowe knocking off five term Republican congressman, Mike Kaufman. In a suburban district of Denver. The Democrats need a net increase of twenty three seats to gain the house. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, ended the day the president's going to work with whoever comes into office. We have a lot of things on our agenda. And we look forward to getting them all in Florida Republicans remain in control of the state governor's mansion. Tallahassee democratic mayor Andrew gillum conceding the race to Republican Ron dissenters. I want you to know that inspite of our congratulating him on his victory this evening, nothing that we believe in is compromised. The Georgia governor's race remains undecided. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this. Thank you for listening to the.

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"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

"Tracing the history of the rock group. Queens theaters this weekend like the band Bill stadium. Rhapsody earned an estimated fifty million dollars Bayview. Merry Christmas Clara beloved music, also helped the nutcracker in the four realms to a second place finish at the box office with twenty million dollars. And Tiffany haddish's. Nobody's Fool earned fourteen million for third. I'm Ben Thomas it. Bano is preparing for another auction to raise money for the fight against HIV and aids and does AP's Charles David desma reports has a message for US lawmakers as President Trump looks to slash funding for programs at home and abroad on his court between hope and frustration as for the third time in a decade. He organizes an auction to raise money for the fight against HIV aids. Sotheby's has announced details of a big sale in Miami on December five two previous ones. Ray sixty eight million dollars with tangible results for many sufferers now with the president wanting a massive US funding reduction, the UT singer says members of congress have so far turned down the president's call. He says with the right and left in lockstep together on this message to them. Thank you for your leadership. Charleston desma London. Final push ahead of tomorrow's vote. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute. President Trump holds a trio political rallies for GOP candidates ahead of tomorrow's midterm elections. Reporters asked Trump at the Fort Wayne Indiana airport about what his approach would be should Democrats gain control of the house. We'll just have to work.

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"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on AP News

"To its troubled coalition with the centre-left social Democrats. Three high profile candidates have emerged to succeed. Michael a week after she announced plans to give up the CDC leadership but remain as Germany's Chancellor, one of those candidates is free three meds who medical students conservative parliamentary leader in two thousand and too many doubt that they could work together. But Michael says she has no doubt that she can work well together with him as with every other candidate. Kevin Harvick takes advantage of extra time to win at homestead Miami. And as a piece Brian McMillan reports advances to the championship run for NASCAR Cup. Kevin Harvick dominated the AAA Texas five hundred but still had to survive four restarts. In the final thirty two laps plus overtime to pick up the win. Each time has made nemesis with Ryan Blaney who actually got by Harvick for several laps on the second to last run. The. Win. Automatically gives Harvick spot in the championship Ford. Homestead in two weeks. Harvick ended up leading one hundred and seventy seven of the three hundred and thirty seven laps. It's his eighth win of the year and his second straight in the Texas fall race, Brent McMillan Fort Worth. Election day tomorrow, I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute voter turnout is expected to be heavy as Democrats try to flip at least twenty three seats to gain control of the house of representatives and have an outside chance of winning control of the Senate, President Trump rallies through the night tells his supporters that the elections are crucial out and vote because tomorrow, whether we consider it or not depresses very much considering a referendum on me and us as their movement. Key governors races include Georgia and Florida US sanctions against Iran back in effect secretary of state Mike Pompeo objective is to starve the Iranian regime of the revenue. It uses to find violent to stabilize activities throughout the Middle East. And indeed around the world Iran's ambassador to the UN says the sanctions are in violation of two thousand fifteen UN Security Council endorsement of the nuclear agreement eight countries, including China and Japan can temporarily purchase oil from Iran without US penalty. I'm. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this three new movies lead the way the nation's theaters AP's, Ben Thomas has the look at the weekend box office results hime rhapsody the Freddie Mercury bio-pic. This is when the operatic section comes in tracing the history of the rock wheel queens theaters this weekend. The.

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"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Down the line. Chen and other young people will perform at the queen's theatre on Friday. And US supreme court Justice Elena Kagan is spoke yesterday. A rare speaking appearance in Brooklyn where she called this a dangerous time for the country's high court saying the court must be divorced from partisan politics as much as possible, especially on the handful of high stakes rulings that makes every year. I do think it's a it's a dangerous thing if as those few cases, but the cases often that people care about it really does seem like the divisions follow ineluctably from political divisions. And one side is winning Kagan said in the past it helps when the court had someone in the middle like Anthony Kennedy to keep both liberal and conservative factions on their toes, but she also praised chief Justice John Roberts as a consensus builder. Currently seventy four degrees and overcast in central park at five thirty five support for NPR comes from WNYC members. And from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs and you screener questions to build their shortlist. Preferred candidates. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. And log me in makers of Goto meeting a collaborative meeting platform with over eighteen million monthly users design. To connect people from anywhere in the world on any device. Learn more at GoToMeeting dot com. From NPR news..

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"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Right and so he was so well known in pittsburgh iron city actually bruce beer for him and i said who's on the phone hello what's your name ding ding already it's a five tonight one seven five two nine one zero one seven we now have eliminated one of the two multiple guests so i think was doing can i call for myself even cough yourself who do we have on the phone greg hey mark how you doing okay all right now i'm gonna ask him all three just to see if you get if he says the raw sabre wrong answer the third second time weather be hilarious mark so which is the iconic king of beer here in delaware it would it be king wenceslas king gambrinus or king froth and slash congratulations and by the way john medcalf has found this great old statue it's i think it's like copper and other metals zinc yeah and he's trying to restore this thing wants to raise money you go to restore the king dot com and mark you and your friend will be going to the queen theatre on the thirty first is that right eight thirty i seven pm pet cheetah and eleanor roosevelt congratulations mark hang on the phone do not hang up but greg go get your formation and you can stop i wanna to know little story wall my uncle used to own the kings in up on names road kidding hey actually put that chain up there when he purchased a restaurant really i heard on the radio everybody hears it on w d e l so that's i went to school with john metcalfe yeah well that's cool man that's great well thank you i appreciate you calling in and thanks for knowing the answer and have a great time at the concert.

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"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Well she you wearing that top thanks now bad joke just for our facebook friends we're streaming live commentary wd facebook wd l thirsty thursday facebook now i know what the cold shoulder thing is that's usually a top blouse sweater something where you see someone shoulder right called solar sir and i hate this shirt because it's like i bought it because it's so cozy but it's like also freezing it's so stupid shoulder it's more than that so comfortable but this the the ripped old hole on the thing i don't wanna have holes in my shirt but this is more like the cold tricep shirt i don't know what that means wreck but actually provides it's just like my whole stupid arm is out notice see the hole in it now blouse all right let's talk to emily you have an event coming up the queen theater there are a lot of great bands and delaware lada great bands and if they're lucky they develop a following eleanor and the roosevelt's have dealt this huge following people travel all over the state or wherever just to go enjoy them i don't know about pet cheetah no they got a couple of ep they got their second ep coming out they got really good sound it's a nice.

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"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"So wish that you or someone else that brings us to this christmas well one here we're a win by hillary on i i we could get a barbecue at year by flipkart income come on the tag is put the box is like that we use different aircraft produced by father good aboard be and i gotta cartons of cigarettes well it's like the happiest on the year jerry that's of course the box the life will merry christmas yes thank you have a runner we're broadcasting live with the bulletin brothers performance said so how did you or someone you know totally mess up christmas now i want you also say though that sometime this hour we have our good friend share good child whose performed and a couple of parody songs for me has had a band here in delaware called shares playground but she picked great musicians who actually went on to have careers in new york los angeles and around the world so now she's trying to do the same for others and she has this great combo she guitars players there's names steve the guy you play with so many at that you just run through so many guitar players exactly and he aware amount and then you'll even this steaming can the side of the bar so she has a great voice and i think she's terrific so she's a single the band but later but the right now you got a little blue christmas forces that right you got it all right running late and they'll be performing live at the queen theater tomorrow night get your tickets now they're only fifteen bucks each at the queen willing to not com right thank you right.

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"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"On one seven eleven from the wto who's your resolve the week here the nominees and then after a news the two o'clock stephanie what becomes in four of the weekend the buzz we got two things going on first of all stephanos all the famous people her good friend jim brewers will be on the phone and actually in a conversation we recorded always want to be honest with our audience you know and so we recorded this on wednesday and it was so much fun so he when he did not know is that that i am an unabashed fan boy of his you can you can talk steffi here yeah and i told him that it was yeah but he knows now he sure does because i got i won't say what i said but at 230 when we have him on we have that we when we play the interview just the i was like a little boy don't say what i said at lie the honest only remember what she said but i just thought it was really nice to because so we got him and he was in the car we don't know where he was trying to refinance but he had his wife in the car tests so we actually had a sense talked her as well which is a lot of fun so when you listen to the interview next hour all right listen for this because i he was on speaker phoney emu studies dried with his wife and you know in this job if you're an active lister you catch all the nuances tone of voice if they sounded their nervous or half and he has the great gymboree laughter said big gigantic larger than life goofy asa laugh and i i love the here that laugh of his it makes me laugh fifty if canals and i've watched him online a lot of been i've i've paid to see in concert and do shows and i wish i could go to night to shows only one is still have tickets that still has tickets left ten o'clock i'm jazz and it's going to be at the queen theater so by your tickets tract of the queen okay so then something happens when i asked to talk to his wife don't say what it is okay but did you catch it in her voice i'm not sure i don't think i did.

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"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"queen theater" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Chance is to see comedian jim ruhr at world cafe live queen theater this coming friday seven thirty jim berries funny is all get out he's not just go point now he's he's a storyteller some two years ago then get jessica last year paid for my tickets in this business i think you should tell people if you've got free these were paid it makes had their fritz i guess but what i did because i i just i love the guy he's hilarious is more than gulf why his his jokes are all about his family and stuff he does family a beer macarthur morning news guys would tell me that uh he's got a documentary out about being on the road with his elderly dad he's like dazzling his aides or something like that got us okay sold it anyway also we have scheduled in an interview with jim well so red tape it on wednesday tomorrow and and play back on friday it would be in town in wilmington on on friday so a pair of tickets timber play a little game mccall used a funny guy would funny guy so just listen for and we'll play a funny guy you identify the funny guy and then he went to tickets are as take a uh a quick wrap here and the other thing i wanna talk with you about as is this as we've seen more and more from the federal government not just trump not just obama or bush for clinton but so many of uh of those in the the federal offices clamping down more and more trying to on free speech and how would you feel about being finder threatened a lawsuit if you share a fake news story more of the right jensen show is going up in your says you were cash woman's you could win up to one thousand dollars one on.

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