21 Burst results for "Red Hook"

"red hook" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:10 min | 11 months ago

"red hook" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Captain Mike Anderson, the host of real animals Fishing, which is heard on Saturday mornings from six until eight a.m. right here on 9 70 w F L A and Captain Mike we've been talking about how you don't like to say this, but ST peach stinks. Because we're having a heck of a bad time with all the dead fish coming up now I mean tons and tons of dead fish. Yeah, this is, um Unfortunately, it's not just say, Pete. You know the South Shore, um all the way. Up to downtown. Really? I was Fortunate enough to be part of the the Lightning parade. So I was downtown running my boat around with Some of the coaching staff on the boat, and and there was quite a few dead fish in the upper bay to this problem runs all the way now. You know, Penelas point all the way up to the Gandhi all the way to the Howard Franklin and it's working its way North so In my 25 years of fishing Tampa Bay I've never seen Red tide this bad and the bad news is It's going to get worse. Warm weather. Warm water is not red tides, friend. So When when you have an outbreak like this caused by the piney point. Catastrophe. Um, when you have it this early in the water temps are still in the mid eighties. Things are going to get way worse before they get better. Captain Mike, I'll be a very long, very long summer. Yeah, I heard you on Beckles and retro the other day, and I found it very interesting when you said, and I forgot exactly what fish we're talking about. But there are some fish that you know they fight red tide. They're pretty strong against their fighters. Pretty resilient fish, even those fish and you have to remind me the specific fish we're talking about. Even they're struggling with red tide right now. Yeah. Harping. You know, Tarpon are fish that will usually because giant carpenter really a scavenger, You know, they tend to work the outside edges of the red tide and pick off those fish that are That are starting to to pass. And, um, we're finding dead tarp in scattered all over the bag. Um and that's a real problem again. This is It's real upsetting for those of us that are so tied to it. I know not everybody is although we should be because this affects every single one of us, you know? Um, I know the news media is trying to downplay it a little bit. I give you guys a lot of credit for having me on and I appreciate it. But you know your channel AIDS and channel 13 and all of them, you know, they try to put a little blurb up there about it, but they don't want to say too much because it affects tourism and all that stuff and And that tourism trickles down to all of us. Every single person that lives here in Florida were a tourism based economy. Um and and until we get our politicians on board To start doing the right things not take checks. From these from these chemical companies and all that. We're never going to get this straightened out. Um, you know, City of Tampa and city of Saint Pete. Both dumped Major amounts of sewage. Into Tampa Bay. Right before. The storm. Because they don't have the infrastructure to handle that much water. And and although that the amount they dumped in was nothing close to what tiny point was. All that stuff adds up. We have to learn to take better care of our water. And again, it breaks my heart. And I'm try always, you know, doing doing fishing radio you wanna You know, Fishing is something that people do because they love it. It's their past time. You know, they work hard all week, and they want to get on the water and enjoy themselves. So I really try hard on my show not to be all doom and gloom because you you don't want it to be a big negative thing. You want everybody to want to listen to the show and be part of it and be fired up to go fishing. But This stuff here is This is a bad one. Um, and I think the word needs to get out. And I think the right people need to get involved. And we need to do some things to change these bad habits that we're in. Because you know we're the cause of this. We caused this red tide. And there's really no reason for Yeah, That's so true. I mean, the water is such a plus. I mean, that's a huge thing here for the Tampa Bay area. We've got the Hillsborough River and then we've got the bay and then we got the Gulf of Mexico. And all of these are so important. I mean, we're able to have the boat parade like we did the other day, and we've we're able to have so many other great things happening here with our Fantastic beaches and everything that we've got to take care of that water. It's It needs to become a priority we need are we need our politicians to to hear. The taxpayers. Um they work for us. We need to let them know that we're not going to tolerate this anymore. If they're not going to take care of our waters, then we're going to make sure we put somebody in office that will take care of the waters because You know, I've got grandkids now. And, um I'd like them to be able to fish Tampa Bay The way I have enjoyed the estuary. Enjoy our beaches. My wife and I love to go down to Anna Maria. Spend the day on the beach and relax. Saint Pete Beach. We were just on vacation there. Uh, last week. We love the beaches here, but If we don't take care of them. We're not going to happen for very long. No doubt about it. And on a side note real quick here. Those lightning players of the boat parade. They were all day Avenue. They love you, Captain. Mike? Yeah. We've We've been pretty blessed Ever since Coach Tortorella and the boys won the first one in 2000 and four I met John Tortorella right after that one, and I got in with the With the organization a little bit. We did some charity tournaments for John Tortorella. Now we do want for coach Cooper called coupes Catch every year, we raised a bunch of money for pediatric cancer patients..

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"red hook" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"red hook" Discussed on KCRW

"It's sort of the acting equivalent of the poetry, boys. You know what I'm talking about? I am a woman who lives in Red Hook. Here are the keys to my apartment. Yes. But there was one girl, a camp who was really, really good. Her name was Martha, and she had long brown hair with little wildflowers sprinkled in it, and she wore long. Some summer dresses. And whenever she spoke, little woodland animals gathered at her feet. And songbirds came down and sat on her shoulders and tilted their heads to listen. At the end of the summer. We were given yearbooks and all these boys wrote in Martha's Yearbook. I never told you this, but I was in love with you all summer and those same boys. Wrote in My yearbook. You're so funny. Now the campers weren't the only ones to love Martha are acting teacher did, too. She was this really distinguished woman who taught theater in Greenwich Village, and it taught some of the great legends. And she sort of looked like Isaac Dennison stunt double. And when Martha got up to do a monologue, Cora that was her name. Cora would say, Oh, Martha, That was so wonderful the way you did that Edward Albee monologue. In fact, I'm going to call Ed tonight and tell him how good you were. Martha would say. Thank you, Cora. And the little birds would say thank you, Cora. But when I got up to act No matter what I did, I could not please this woman. I think she tried to help me. But I was all over the place, and she would say big wallets are discipline yourself. Pipe down. Be still all these things. I couldn't do any of them. And one day in class. We were doing an improv and I think we were supposed to be shell shocked World War one soldiers And I was laughing and laughing. And she looked at me and she said Meg Wallet, Sir, You are being ridiculous. Ridiculous. This was not the same as being funny. I was so ashamed. The heat rose to my face. And all I could do was keep laughing. It was horrible. And she said, Go just go and she sent me off and I staggered out onto the lawn really kind of like a shell Shocked World war. One soldier. And I sat down on the hill and I kept laughing..

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"red hook" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"You know, I think maybe two years or somewhere in that range, he's been sometime prison. I always tell people that I think if Michael Vick had just come out and said at the very beginning I gotta be honest with you. Number one. I didn't know this was something that wasn't okay to do. I grew up in a culture where this was a big part of our lives and looking at it now from 30,000. Ft. This was a bad decision I made. And if I have any message for young kids, you know, don't do what I just did. I don't think he would have spent time in prison because I think that You know, sometimes when you come clean, even when you make mistakes, people were forgiving, and then you try and find solutions rather than solutions to your lives. The most troubling and sort of offensive. Part of all of this for me, is a lawyer who sort of digs in deep and reads the documents and gets to depose these people. Is just the lie upon lie upon lie, and we know that prior to 1978. The Knights of buildings had lead based paint in them and shoulder Allah toy. I had to know that in the mayor knows that because there's a history of Children that have suffered lead poisoning while living in his buildings, and it's not like when they build. You know, the Red Hook apartment complex. One apartment was built at a different time than another unit. They build the entire building at the same time, so it necessarily means that if child a in in in in in Unit six B Has lead poisoning, then the child and Unit seven be in eight B and nine B and three B are very much at risk because the building was constructed at the same time using the same materials so You have an institution of disingenuous, You know, just a disingenuous institution is from the top down. Yeah, And at that time there was a case that was the least filed in 2000 and 10. And this meeting was in 2015. These cases have been filed as far back as as the beginning of lawsuits in New York City. I mean, they've changed statutes and codes and regulations. Over years and years and years in response often times to the lawsuits. So unless every lawyer and every child who's ever claims that there's been Child with lead poisoning has just been a part of a giant conspiracy to defraud the city and the housing authority. There's just no real rhyme or reason as to why anybody would deny that it exists, and it's something that can happen. And I go a step further. And I'm not sure that you know, And it's not the most popular thing to say in a city that is his liberal minded and progressive is the one we live in which I'm proud of. But I don't know if Mayor de Blasio will survive his entire term. I mean, if you if you watch what what happened in Flint, Michigan and the governor of Michigan, but for the fact that you know he was at the end of his term, when when it sort of came to light. And there was no real push for him to be to be, you know, removed. I really think once the people in New York City realized with this mayor knew, and when That they are not going to stand for him to remain in his in his post. I don't I don't know about that. You and I sitting here talking about it right now he's contemplating and trying to run for president. I mean, his first when he came in the office, he want to have this political form and Iowa and that he's running off to Germany, given speeches and then He's he's going to Italy's or not. This is certainly spent. More time in Iowa and at the border between Texas and Mexico and in Austin, Texas, giving speeches at conferences in the last six months than he has in a single night. You're building. I could tell you that right and he's trying to go down South Carolina. I mean, I don't think Mayor de Blasio's could carry his own state. If it was if he was running for president, let alone you know, let alone a national election. But so I know he's checked out when you before you even checked in. So, uh, well, he said that the citizens of New York a favor and just check out completely and then let somebody else try and run the city in a way that's at least from from a sincere place. And you and I are talking about it. And he was a homeless woman that approached him and he could care less. You know, he goes to the to the gym, and I am so you could see him at the Y. I mean, it would go on and on and on. But unfortunately, the homeless is suffering night. Just suffering. The school system is suffering from violence. We have a crisis with Rikers, Alan and the Rays of age and this correction officers getting assaulted that new horizons. I could go on and on with opioids open. Lloyd's, uh, crime that's not being recorded. Yeah, I mean, this is this a number of things so that I don't I don't think the average New Yorker with everything going on this focusing on his own local government we live in. We live in a fast paced city, and it's easy. It's easy in a city that's sort of, um, similarly minded of similarly minded people, too. Not focuses much on him as we do on the president and on a Republican Congress because the fear that's evoked in us from You know what the Republican Congress and what our president has done or not done or told or not told or live been honest, It makes it easy for us to overlook some of the more basic things that are happening at home. But every child, every kid, you know, you and I, You know we're older. We we've We've made our own decisions and we've gotten to be sitting in this room at this point in time based on, however, we got here.

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"red hook" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on 710 WOR

"All My Save Me is up on our website. Is it too late to go back to sports Sevens and w o r dot com slash line of Michael? Hey, Natalie, Natalie and Joe, I want you guys to defend me on this front. We're all locked down here in the tri State area. Just beginning to open up. So people are cooking, and I do think, and I know you like to cook, Joe. And I know Natalie does to lend, you know, has a chicken delivered at his doorstep. But, you know, cooking actually is is a great thing for people to do together. So when I cook with my girlfriend when she comes over if I'm gonna make an Italian meal I put on a little Dean Martin. Maybe a little Frank Sinatra, maybe a little Pacini. And then you're you know you're chopping the onions. You're trapping the garlic. You're Sartain. Everything and it just becomes a fun thing for everybody to do right until you get annoyed with each other in the kitchen, and you kick one person now because that usually happens sometime by then. But now we have been cooking a lot. I mean, we always enjoyed cooking, but This whole pandemic, as caused my entire family to get into the kitchen, and I never thought I'd see my daughter in the kitchen ever. So is she And she any good in the kitchen? She before this? You're terrible. My son. My son has a cooking flare. He she did not. She's moved from the microwave to the stovetop. So you know that was a big big step. That's a big move. She keep baking now. I'll tell you that the secret to it all. Natalie. Here's how you bring a kid into cooking. It is Olive oil first in the hot pan, then the butter so the butter doesn't burn. And then you throw in the chopped onions and that smell is what will lure you into cooking all the time. That's the best. Well, we got a couple of emails about your recipes. Michael on. Ken asked a good question, he says. Why doesn't Michael just ride his bicycle toe? I ke in red Hook and by Swedish meatballs there and save all the trouble, which can Can. It's funny. You should say that my girlfriend and I we We love Red Hook and in the summers on the weekends on Saturday mornings, we always ride our bikes to red Hook. And we did that on Saturday. We didn't get to like, but I got to tell you we went to Couple of bars and restaurants in Red Hook. You ride your bicycle over the Manhattan Bridge. Don't go over the Brooklyn Bridge because they're too many pedestrians and people walking. It's crazy and crowded. Manhattan Bridge is better to go over. You go down the red Hook, which has now become ah, hot kind of new place and they have got some great bars and great They've got a great barbecue restaurant. And this is entering. Can you bring this up? Because Christine and I we're going to go there Saturday afternoon, and we're going to you got to take out because the restaurants are open. But there's a great barbecue place there in red Hook, and we're gonna do the take out barbecue and we're going to get a bottle of rose A from a little liquor store that we know there and we're just gonna sit in a little park out there. We're gonna have good barbecue and good rose a And some exercise. Well, since you said you Mason while cooking your Italian food that you play Puccini because Carlos sent me an email and said, You know, what would be really would really would go well, when you're describing your recipes. If you play your war music Take us some parsnip. Come on, give us the rest of the music. Go ahead. Do the rest of you over.

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"red hook" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Line of Michael? Hey, Natalie, Natalie and Joe, I want you guys to defend me on this front. We're all locked down here in the tri State area just beginning to open up, So people are cooking and I do think And I know you like to cook, Joe. And I know Natalie does too. Then, you know, has a chicken delivered at his doorstep. But you know, cooking actually is is a great thing for people to do together. So when I cook with my girlfriend when she comes over if I'm going to make an Italian meal I put on a little Dean Martin. Maybe a little Frank Sinatra. Maybe a little Pacini. And then you're You know, you're chopping the onions. You're trapping the garlic. You're Sartain. Everything and it just becomes a fun thing for everybody to do. Right until you get annoyed with each other in the kitchen, and you kick one person now because that usually happens sometime by then. But now we have been cooking a lot. I mean, we always enjoyed cooking. But this whole pandemic as Cause my entire family to get into the kitchen, and I never thought I'd see my daughter in the kitchen ever. So is she and she any good in the kitchen? She before this terrible My son. My son has a cooking flare. He she did not. She's moved from the microwave to the stovetop. So you know that was a big big step. That's a big move. Keep baking now. Well, I'll tell you the secret to it all. Natalie. Here's how you bring a kid into cooking. It is Olive oil first in the hot pan, then the butter so the butter doesn't burn. And then you throw in the chopped onions and that smell is what will lure you into cooking all the time. That's the best. Well, we got a couple of emails about your recipes. Michael on me and Ken asked a good question, he says. Why doesn't Michael just ride his bicycle toe? I ke in red Hook and by Swedish meatballs there and save all the trouble. You know, Ken Can. It's funny should say that my girlfriend and I, we we love Red Hook and in the summers on the weekends on Saturday mornings, we always ride our bikes to Red Hook, and we did that on Saturday. We didn't get to like, but I got to tell you, we went to a couple of bars and restaurants and red Hook. You ride your bicycle over the Manhattan Bridge. Don't go over the Brooklyn Bridge because they're too many pedestrians and people walking. It's crazy and crowded. Manhattan Bridge is better to go over. You go down the red hook, which has now become ah, hot kind of new place and they have got some great bars and great. They've got a great barbecue restaurant. And this is entering. Can you bring this up? Because Christine and I we're going to go there Saturday afternoon, and we're going to you got to take out because the restaurants aren't open. But there's a great barbecue place there in red Hook, and we're gonna do the take out barbecue and we're going to get a bottle of rose A from a little liquor store that we know there and we're just gonna sit in a little park out there. We're gonna have good barbecue and good rose a And some exercise. Well, since you said you mentioned what cooking your Italian food that you play Puccini because Carlos sent me an email and said, You know, what would be really would really would go well, when you're describing your recipes if you play your war music.

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"red hook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So there was just a freedom there that I didn't really feel anywhere else. And they're also there was also a sense of community. Um, in in red Hook that I I felt, you know, that didn't exist elsewhere. When people think of housing projects, they think more of crime and danger. Maybe I'm talking about people who don't live in housing projects, see if they would think of crime and danger. And that's part of what's in your book, too. So I'm interested in the fact that you census felt a sense of Ah, freedom there. Well, I mean, because you know who everybody is. You know who not to mess with. You know who you know this one? You don't fool with him That when you know, had son got in trouble, says she's not in a good mood. This one. You can trust her and his mother. Better that do nothing bad when she's showing up, because she'll you know, she'll light light you up. So it was. It was a sense of the sense of being in a village. In a sense of us against the world. A sense of you know the police not being there for you, but rather looking over your shoulder or looking down on you. There was always the sense that you know, we we are kind of together here now. Granted, you know, it was kind of like you have to kind of remember. You have to let people have their own space. So you just ignore things that you just don't want to see. You see someone doing something wrong? You see someone who's dating someone. They shouldn't be that you just kind of looked past it because everyone deserves their own space. But there is it together. This that comes with that. Um I'm in Redhook all the time now, because I'm gonna you know, program they're my church. I'm there. You teach music. I teach music have 20 25 students in my church program for teachers and so forth. I'm there all the time. I'm never afraid. Um you always say about someone getting shot of someone getting hurt, but Most people are not there. Not there to hurt you. They're just trying to get through the day. 1969 the year your novel set in and you describe it is the year that drugs came to the projects and the main one of main characters deems who's shot by by the deacon. Um he is dealing heroin, and he's like the biggest dealer in the projects. Do you remember drugs coming to the project? No, I mean you have to a drug dealers coming. Well, I remember when drugs started in New York in general, Remember when you know first was briefer. You know, we call the weed, and then it sort of graduated to acid and then it was a little. Then I got deeper. Um, to heroin. And in those days, um guys who went to the army would come back hooked, you know, hooked on drugs. And messed up forever. I remember when? When drugs that from Vietnam. You came back from Vietnam. You know those that came back? So I remember when, um, when those who graduated from weed to booze to heroin Remember that transition and how the edges of the community became Became sort of sharp knives she became, it became a different there was a lack of trust and and the younger kids coming up seemed harder and more. We're concerned with with money and with With. I won't say power, but with quick influence. Um there was you have to remember Martin Luther King had died and and the civil rights move was really going. The other direction was dying down. It was dying slowly. It was dying a long, slow death because what Malcolm was dead and Martin was dead. And the communities began to change and s. Oh, yeah, I remember that. And I remember there was an innocents to that period. And the reason why I use that word, because when white people talk about the sixties in the Beatles and Always talked about the innocents as if innocents didn't exist in Black America. But you know you could walk down the street in Brooklyn and go see Sonny stick for free. You know the Freon for nothing Gorgeous tan for free. Oh, so you know the club, you know, you know, you could see him in a jazz. I mean, you don't have to pay $30 and sit there. You know you go see jazz now, you know, concert starts at seven. You pay 60 bucks. Play for three hours. You look at your watch is 7 15 and you like because they're not playing anything with melody and it's just a whole different. It was just a different time. So I want you to read a paragraph about teams. The young man who's the biggest drug dealer in the projects and justice. The reference point the projects. It's the cause projects so you'll hear a reference to the cause in this Deems Clemens was the new breed of colored in the cause. Teams wasn't some poor colored boy from down south of Puerto Rico or Barbados, who arrived in New York with empty pockets and a Bible in a dream. He wasn't humbled by life of swinging cotton in North Carolina or hauling sugar cane and San Juan. He didn't arrive in New.

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"red hook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That school didn't give you While learning the truth about myself in the world and my place in this world Black African contribution to civilization. It was also their very therapeutic to make jewelry. I dropped out of school in the ninth grade. I just couldn't take it anymore. I went to Harvard Collegiate. And, you know, I was learning about French Canadians and like the British, and they kind of skimmed over native Canadian history, and there was nothing that spoke to me being an area train. Canadian also So I just couldn't take it. I was expected to Stay in school to do well. And regurgitate onto test What I've learned to prove how indoctrinated I was. So I dropped out of school. My parents were not happy at all. I was very depressed at that point, so I had experienced some validation as a child, so I couldn't the invalidation in school kind of compound did what I had gone through. So I dropped out of school. I actually spent time in in the hospital on and off. Was kind of suicidal and learning about my history in my culture brought me out of that. I just felt connected again. It was incredibly lifesaving, actually. And you know, jewelry is the primary document its primary source material. People write books about all of these things, but I just went right back to the source. Wow. It sounds like like, if if learning your own history and your own identity saved your life I can so see now how putting on adorning yourself with Julia at the beginning of the day would be almost like a ritualistic part of like serve. It sounds like survival for you. It does it absolutely and also It also helped me de colonized my imagination. It was possible. I never went to high school. I was still able to get into U of T. I didn't undergrad. Later I moved to New York. I went to F I t I went to and why you have got a master's degree. I did it my way, and I just want Going into the woods schools in Harlem and in Red Hook, Brooklyn and teaching those students fashion history, politics and design was just It was an incredibly empowering for me, too, You know. Like how many kids lose their lose their stuff in high school, you know? I just wanted them to know that they just to stick it out. It gets better into validate the fact that yes, you are being invalidated in school. You're not being taught the truth of who you are. You might not get it here. You know, it might have to be a supplemental thing, and I just wanted to give them that because I know what I went through. Your work has been weren, I think in context and in celebration of the context of it in very public ways by some notable people. I'm thinking about Cynthia Areva wearing one of your pieces at the Oscars and disarray, wearing your stuff on her HBO show insecure What is it like to see your work warn in context in that way? Oh, my God. It's a dream come true, because talk about close proximity to its origin story and make her like they get it. We have the same politics. Cynthia lives up the street. I know she's she gets it. It Z Identify with who she is. I woke up to Cynthia and I don't know. It's Arabe identified with her character on H. I'm awkward, too, and they still win secure. She gets it. She's fighting for justice. She's fighting for her people. She's just trying to live in the world, you know, so it's incredibly empowering and more more to come. Yeah, it's more to come home Who is coming out? All I'm gonna say Wait, I missed. I missed you said the name of its it again coming to America, Murphy and Arsenio Hall That's coming out soon. So I was the honor of making a few pieces for the film. It was a dream come true. I saw that I saw that movie went on seven years old in the theater. I didn't know what was happening all the way. But it was the most visually stunning movie the first one that I have I still have ever seen. Oh, wow. That is a dream. Congratulations. Congratulations. Yeah, you've said before the revolution will be spiritual. And I've never heard it put quite in that way before. Would you just explain what you mean by that? Yeah, we'll be spiritually bypassed that it'll be holistic in our feelings. You know, I'll explain it through Malcolm. Can give this the most justice you know, he appealed to people on an emotional level. Fully in body level and not just an intellectual level. So when we're in our bodies, and we're feeling a full range of feelings, whether that be anxiety, fear, rage cried. You know the connection to our ancestors, and we see this is non negotiable. We will take back land everything that all of our cultural production. We need to take it back. And the way that that will happen will come to us when we get in touch with our history and our culture. Are living history in our culture because we're still resisting in ways that are, you know, oppressors have laid out for us, so it will happen. I hope it happens in my lifetime, but we really need to channel the truth of who we are, and we'll get our answers there. And it might not be pretty, but it's gonna happen. And again. It's not negotiable. Thank you so much. I've just learned so much from you. So sweet..

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"red hook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I make the choice to get on a plane and try to stop the attack. So I set off to talk with them as a representative of the government and see whether there's any opening. Tomo being able to Prevent this attack. Just a moment. Amaryllis locks your honor down tight for her mission. Stay. Jesse Williams latest horror movie. Random Acts of Violence isn't just a fun slasher flick Long before Jesse became an actor. He was an activist, and he'll tell you how some deeper, more disturbing and real themes are woven. To the movie that's coming up on cue from P R X Tonight at 10 on 93.9 FM w N Y C W N. Y. C is supported by widow Jane Distillery, located in Red Hook, Brooklyn, where age still comes before beauty widow Jane Bourbon hopes all it's New York City neighbors will have a joyful holiday season. More at widow jane dot com. On the next Brian Lehrer Show, Westchester and Rockland Congresswoman Nita Lowy, retiring after 32 years in Congress. Talk about the changes she's seen in her district and in the country and as the Appropriations Committee chair if those covert relief checks may yet that bigger than $600 also, how much are you limiting your Christmas family gatherings? Brian there show at 10 A.m. on W N. Y. C. I think this is w. N. Y c. 93.9 FM and am a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Good. Come.

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"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"It was here that an alliance of federal inspectors and police malone with them and the case law had watched this item action with interest and had in many instances been called upon to aid the private detectives in this work. It develops that sidelines. New associates were among the blackest and most vicious criminals of red hook's devious lanes and at least a third of them were known and repeated offenders in the matter of thievery disorder and the importation of illegal immigrants. Indeed it would not have been too much to say that the old scholars particular circle who one-sided almost perfect they were the worst of the organize which smuggled ashore certain nameless and unclassified asian greg's wisely turned back by ellis island in the teeming rookeries of parker place since renamed was item had his basement flat. There had grown up a very unusual colony of unclassified slash is folk. Who used the arabic alphabet. But we're elegantly repudiated by the great mass of syrians in and around mandic avenue. They could all have been deported for lack of credentials but legal a slow moving and one does not disturb red woke unless publicity forces one to these creatures attended a tumbledown stone. Church used wednesday's as a dental which reared its gothic is near the violence part of the waterfront. It was nominally catholic but breese throughout the bill clinton denied the place all standing in authenticity and policemen agreed with them when they listened to the noise is it admitted at night malone used to fancy heard terrible cracked bass notes on a hidden oregon far underground when the church stood empty and unleaded bouts all observers dreaded the shrieking and drumming which accompanied the visible services sidon when question said he thought. The ritual was on remnant of nestorian christianity tinkered with the shamanism tabet most of the people he conjectured mongoloid stock originating somewhere in or near kurdistan and malone could not help recalling that kurdistan is the land of the yesterday's last survivors of the persian devil worshippers however this may have been the stir of aside. Investigation made it certain that these unauthorized newcomers where flooding red hook increasing numbers entering some marine conspiracy unreached revenue officers and harbor police over running parker place and rapidly spreading the hill and welcomed with curious paternalism by the other assorted denizens of the region that squawk figures and characteristic squinting physiognomy is grotesquely combined with flashy american clothing appeared more and more numerously among the lovers and nomad gangsters of the borough hall section. Look it was deemed necessary to compute. Their numbers ascertain their sources and occupations and find if possible away to round them up and deliver them to the proper immigration authorities. Do this task malone was assigned agreement of federal density forces and as he commenced his canvas of rhetoric. He plays on the brink of nameless terrorists with the shabby unkempt figure. Robert side item as art scene and adversary. Four police methods are varied and ingenious malone through unostentatious rambles carefully casual.

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"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Lankan face the relics of his former happiness in the premium shapes of the building the occasional graceful churches and the evidences of original art and background in bits of detail. Here and there a one side of steps about doorway. A where many pair of decorative columns arthur last year's or fragment fragmented once greenspace with bentham rusted iron railing. The houses are generally in solid blocks and now and then many windowed cupola arises to tell of days when the households have captains and ship owners watched the see from this tangle of material and spiritual pewtrusts the blasphemies of one hundred dialects assail this guy hordes of crawlers shouting and singing along the lanes and thoroughfares occasional hands suddenly extinguished lights and fool down curtains and swarthy sin fitted faces disappear from windows when visitors pick their way through policemen. Despair of order or reform and rather to erect barriers protecting the world from the contagion. The klang patrol is answered by a kind of spectral. Silence and such prisoners has taken on never communicator. Visible offenses are as varied as local dialects. And run the gamut from the smuggling rum and prohibited diverse stages of lawlessness and obscure advice to murder and mutilation most have horri- guises that these visible affairs are not more frequent is not for the neighborhoods credit unless the power of concealment be an art demanding credit more people enter red hook than leave it or at least and leave it by the landward side. And those who are not the aquarius other likeliest to leave malone found in this state of things offense stench of secrets. More terrible than any other sins denounced by citizens and bemoaned by priests and philanthropists. He was conscious as one who united imagination. With scientific knowledge that modern people under lawless conditions tend unkindly. repeat the dacas. Instinctive patterns of primitive half eight savagery in their daily life and ritual observances and he's often viewed with an anthropologist shudder. The chanting cursing processions of bleary eyed and pockmarked young men which wound their way along in the ducks small hours of morning. Lonzo groups of us incessantly sometimes leering vigils on street corners sometimes doorways playing eerily on cheap instruments of music sometimes in stupefy doses or indecent dialogues around cafeteria tables near borough hall and sometimes in whispering converse around dingy taxicabs gone up at the high stoops of crumbling closely shuttered old houses. They chilled and fascinated him more than he dared confessed to his associates on the force for he seemed to see in them some monstrous thread of secret continuity some fiendish critical and ancient pattern utterly beyond and below the sorted massive faxon habits and haunts. This was conscientious. Technical care by the police. They must be he felt inwardly. The heirs of some shocking. And if i'm more condition the sheriff of based and broken scraps from cults and ceremonies older than mankind their coherence and deafness suggested it and it showed in the singular suspicion of order which lurked beneath their squalid disorder had not read in vain subspecies as miss murray's which called in western europe and knew that after recent years there are certainly survived among peasants and furtive folk a fight full and clandestine system of assemblies and orgies descending from dark religions annotating the area world and appearing in popular legends as black masses and witches sabbath that these hellish vestiges of old joranian idiotic magic and fertility calls or even now holy dead. He could not for a moment. Suppose and if they wondered how much older and how much blacker than the very worst of the mutter details some of them like really be three. It was the case a roberts item which took malone to the heart of things in red hook site him was a lettered..

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"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"They have been very witty and cynical. Deriding is fantastic pursuit of unknowable mysteries. And assuring him that. In these days new york held nothing but cheapness and vulgarity. One of them had wagered him. I heavy some that. He could not despite many poignant things to his credit and the dublin review even write a truly interesting story of new york low life. And now looking back. He perceived that cosmic irony had justified. The prophet's words while secretly confusing there flippant meaning. The horror has glimpsed at last. Could not make a story like the book. Cited by pose. German already has less dyshni sleighs and it does not permit itself to be read to alone. The sense of mystery in existence was always present in youth the hidden beauty and ecstasy of things and have been appellate but poverty and sorrow and exile had turned his gaze in docker directions and he had thrilled. The imputations of evil in the world around daily life had for him to be a phantasmagoria of macabre shadows studies now glittering and leering with concealed rotten's as in beardsley's best manner now ending terrorists behind the communist shapes and objects as in the subtler unless obvious work of gustav. Doray he would often regarded as merciful that most persons of high intelligence jeer at the in most mysteries for he argued if superior minds wherever placed in fullest contact with the secrets preserved ancient and lowly calls the result in abnormalities would soon not only wreck the world threaten the integrity of the universe all this reflection whereas no dot morbid but keen logic the deep sense of humor abeille offset malone was satisfied to let his notions remain has half spied and forbidden visions to be likely played with and hysteria came only when duty long him into a hell of revelation to sudden and insidious to escape. He had for some time been detailed to the butler street station in brooklyn when the red book matter game to his notice. Red hook is a of hybrid squalor near the ancient waterfront. Opposite governor's island with dirty highways climbing the hill from the war of that higher ground. Where the decayed lengths of clinton and court streets leadoff or the borough hall. It's houses are mostly brick dating from the first quarter to the middle of the nineteenth century and some of the obscure alleys and byways have alluring antique flavor which conventional reading leads us to call dickensian. The population is hopeless. Tangle and syrian spanish italian and negro elements impinging upon one another and fragments of scandinavian and american belts lying. Not far distant. It is available of sound and filth and sends out strange cries to answer the laughing of oily waves at his grimy peers. And the monstrous organ. Litanies of the harbor whistles here long ago a brighter. Picture dwell with clare. I'd mariners on the lower streets and homes of tastes and substance where the larger houses line.

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"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"The horror at red hook their sacraments of evil as well as good about us and we live and move to my belief in an unknown world. Place where there are caves and shadows and dwellers in twilight. It is possible that man may sometimes return on the track of evolution and it is my belief as an awful law is not yet dead author mac and one not many weeks ago on a street corner village of pasco rhode island a tall heavily built and wholesome looking pedestrian furnished much speculation by a singular lapse of behavior he had. There's been descending the hill by the road from and encountering the compact section had turned to his left into the main thoroughfare several modest business blocks a touch of the urban at this point without visible provocation. He committed his astonishing laps staring clearly for a second of the tallest of the buildings before him and then with a series of terrified hysterical shrieks rigging into a frantic run which ended in a stumble and fall at the next crossing picked up and dusted off by ready hand. He was found to be conscious organically unhurt and evidence. They cured if his sudden nervous attack muttered some shamefaced explanations involving a strain he had undergone and with downcast. Glands turned backup patchett road. Judging out of sight without wants nothing behind it was a strange incident to be also large robust normal featured capable looking man and the strangeness was not lessened by the remarks bystander. Who had recognized him as the border of a well known dairyman on the outskirts of thatchet he was developed a new york police. Detective named thomas f malone now on a long leave of absence and a medical treatment after some disproportionately arduous work on gruesome local case which had dramatic. There had been a collapse of several old buildings during a raid which he had shared and something about the wholesale loss of life both visitors and his companions had the appalled him as a result he had acquired an acute and anomalous horror of any buildings even remotely suggesting the ones had fallen in so that in the end mental specialists for bad in the sight of things for an.

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"red hook" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The hearing in Michigan, presided over by Rudy Giuliani. You see the story is that crazy story out of Texas, a waitress was given a $2000 tip. But it wasn't in cash. It was on the receipt on now. Well, it's not clear how this is gonna end up, but it's not going very well. So far. Texas Waitress gets $2000 tip but restaurant Refuses to give her a cent. Well, why would that be? Texas Waitress says she was thrilled to receive a $2000 tip on a bill on Lee to find out from the restaurant that she won't take home a single cent. Emily Bauer 21 years old. Had only been a server for about two weeks when she was scheduled for busy Sunday shift at Red Hook, Seafood and Bar in San Antonio, Texas. Putting two K V U. E T V News. Well, working all the tables. She kept apologizing to a man seated in the section for his service. Ah, for the service being slow. He was like It's okay. I owned restaurants and I understand how it is to be a server. It was like, thank you for understanding, said the nice 21 year old waitress. Lady. He was like, You know what you know, You know what? Just cancel the drinks, canceled the rest of everything and give me my ticket. My ticket, he says. Barry said she didn't notice it first that he had given her a $2000 tip. And wrote a note on the on the bill. That said, Merry Christmas. Keep working hard. Keep working hard. How nice is that? I was like, Oh, my gosh, and I started crying, she said. I was like, Wow, and I tried seeing if he was still at the restaurant, but he had already left. She imagine how she'd be able to spend it on her two Children, her two sons. Ages two years old and five months old. How nice A $2000 tip. First thing I thought of was my kids. I'd be able to finally have Christmas to give them whatever they want or whatever they need. Sure, But she said her excitement was quickly dashed when the restaurant told her they can't process a tip larger than $500. How does that make sense? I was setting the table on the other servers where? Congratulating me and my manager came over. It was like rule number one. Never accept a tip tip like that, because you're never going to get it. How was that rule number one? It's right here on his credit card, And there it is. It's ah, Holy smoke the final bill the amount of $2069.1 With a nice merry Christmas. Keep working hard note. Is that nice? But the owner of the place the manager of the place the restaurant owners that I suspect that tense the name of the restaurant. Everything is out here. This might change. I certainly hope that it will change if the man Genuinely left the $2000 tip. Obviously, she should get the tip. So You know, That's America and that America. Barry, Center manager Children customer called the restaurant after leaving the tip. He said that he left a generous tip and wanted to see if it was received. But she said that they couldn't process it, Bauer said the young lady, he said, I don't understand why is not being taken out if I have that money in my account, said the man who left the generous tip. When she was asked when she asked to call him to express her gratitude. The manager of the restaurant said they didn't have his contact information. I told them whether I can get it or not. I just wanted to thank him doing something like that. It means you have a really big heart, so she wanted to thank him said she feels helpless because she had a rough year. 21 years old, two little kids on Bond. No, Jake she two year old and a five month old been praying for something like this. It's been really hard to look for a job. My boyfriend was working but got laid off because of Cove it for someone to just block my blessings. It's just like what can I do about it? She said. The restaurant did not return calls for comment. I honestly San Antonio, Texas, What's the name of the restaurant again? I think you know this. These people gonna have to be called out for this because this is not the Red Hook, Seafood and bar in San Antonio. I don't think that the right thing is happening here. Something's going to have to you know that the guy left the bills for the restaurant. You're really going to clip the 21 year old waitress with the two little kids. Don't think that would be very nice. It wouldn't be very nice at all. By the way, we Democrats. We know they're anti Semites. Even Jewish Democrats are anti Semites these day. These days, it's you know, it's a tough party toe. Stay in good standing with Um, but judicial watch my good friends that judicial watch put out a statement. This was night before last, actually. Three members of Congress star in forum with terror financiers. Anti Semites. Absolutely true that that's what's going on here. And my friends at the Washington Free beacon also have the story. Um and Omar and to leave headline anti Israel Hate Fest. Democratic lawmakers joined Hamas tied anti Semite, American Muslims for Palestine annual conference. And there is I'd let nice fun picture of receded to leave on the old Han Omar. Is a very anti American people and their Democrat members of the House of Representatives in good standing with the party and even better standing with the media. Democratic representatives. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Rashida to leave of Michigan and Betty McCollum, also of Minnesota, headlined a conference this past weekend run by one of the nation's most prolific anti Israel advocacy groups, lending their support to an organization that champions boycotts of Israel and has partnered partnered with individuals tied to terrorism. But they're Democrats. So this really isn't a problem. They can, you know, shoot people in the middle of Fifth Avenue, and nobody would say a thing at The New York Times. Lawmaker is known for their anti Israel rhetoric and promotion of anti Semitic materials appeared at the American Muslims for Palestine A MP amp. Annual conference, which was held virtually online over Thanksgiving weekend. Naturally, it's a great American tradition..

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"red hook" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"red hook" Discussed on KPCC

"1969 Brooklyn projects. Actually not community for me, actually not good for me, actually not hopeful for me. I didn't like that. Are there others that you think who knew that time would say. It actually was an awful time. And if so, what? Do you imagine a conversation with someone like that? And like I don't think you can write books. If you worry about what people think what they're going to say. Um, you know the craft of putting together a story with a kind of complicated matter that it that is involved in story structure. You know, in a 320 50 page book is too complicated to worry about whether someone's going to say this, But if you listen about listen to what people say I'd be at Broadway and 150 50 shaking a Tin cup right now. You just you, You know that. There's you have a purpose to do something you don't choose writing writing chooses you and you do it to the best of your ability. So I mean, I don't care. People don't relate to night and said they don't have to. You know, I'm not going to drop to my knee and beg people to buy this book. I'd rather they buy a book, I'd made a buy any book. That illuminates them. I've had my 15 men there. Many young writers really good writers who deserve a lot more attention than I do, so I'd be. It's no insult to me. If readers want to find a different book to veto, they don't relate to What happened in Brooklyn in 1969, But I will say this that doesn't matter whether it's a gutter in Brooklyn and 69 or gutter in Vienna and 15 59 or got it in, you know, in Montana and Boise, Idaho, and 2069. The human reaction to the things like love, Peace, Kindness, war tragedy is pretty much the same. I want to go back to this really rich. Scene setting you do throughout the book about thieves projects about 1969, Brooklyn, and I'm really intrigued on what aspects of life then You choose to really expound upon. There's a chapter about the ants that becomes this lovely explanation of like history through ants. I'm obsessed with the way you write about government cheese early on in the book. This description of this cheese takes on a whole page and you like it, And it's just like beautiful and rich and then wonder how do you decide? What aspects of that scenery and tapestry To say I'm digging deep on that one. I'm not sure. I mean, like Jim Harrison, who wrote Brown dog and a bunch of other really good books. You know, he's I've been reading one of his pages of paragraph that was like two pages long and it was in all worked The answer. The explanation of the ants, which were Again for those ever read the book. The drug dealer who gets shot has a fixation with the ants that comes that march into his building. Every year. They started in that direction. They had a different purpose, Actually, for the end of the book that they never he never came again. I was supposed to come again. But by the time I got to the end of the book, they The characters had just run away with the story and the ants couldn't return. But Sometimes you have that couldn't keep up these just for you know, too small and same thing with the cheese. You know the government cheese that Jesus is cheese chapter yesterday. I was born in Red Hook in the projects and medics. I remember When the government would give out these big chunks of cheese and these big cans, a peanut butter and really a lot of people stood in line to get it and not all of them were from the projects, and not all of them were black, either. And that was one of the purposes of writing this book. I wanted to tell the story of people who whose story is never told me how many stories have you've seen about the black Church where they're going? Jesus, But you done up those your job, You know, it's just like stereotypical job. It's not really like you know, in the have these heavy women singing. You can't understand what they're saying and the preachers. It's just stereotypical stuff and smoke. It's not really like they're not really fully dimensional people, some of whom a shy and some of you allergic the old meal or whatever you know, they just The character itches. So you know, I wanted to create people who are real. And that says the same same thing for the Italian and the Irish characters in the book, You know, I mean, not all Italians are You know, don called the own and then not all Irishmen, a cops. And not all Irish cops are kicking people in the head with, you know, black Jackson so forth. You know, people a lot more sophisticated and complicated than that. But you know, no one wants to hear that right now. I don't care if you like. I mean, look, if you go in line, Yeah, Go ahead. Go online and people are in their camps. You know, folks in their tribes. If you're this, you must do this. If you're that you must do that. You look like this. You're obviously that kind of person like So much of the energy of the Internet. Is entirely Diametrically opposed to this idea of people being nuanced. Well, I mean, I frankly, I'm not like a big Internet person. I don't pay too much attention. I don't tweet noise. You're better off, but you're you know, I would just say that if I was a young person And I wanted to have original ideas. I wouldn't pay attention to much of that because anybody at home Typing into computer can say anything because you're not held responsible for your thoughts and for your your negativity and your cynicism. Listen, I I live and die with ideas and without cynicism does not inspire creativity. Cynicism inspires more cynicism. I'm gonna I'm gonna one more thing on the cheese, and then we'll move on Just what I love about. The cheese and the description of the line of folks waiting for government cheese. You are not giving into this narrative that people who eat government cheese or sad and that the government cheese is pathetic. You have this one line where you say of the cheese. This was fresh, rich, heavenly, succulent, soft, creamy kiss my ass cows got to die for this delightfully salty moo ass. Good old white folks. Cheese cheese to die for cheese to make you happy cheese to beat the cheese boss cheese for the big cheese cheese in the world cheese so good it inspired a line. Every first Saturday of the month. I'd be really easy to have a scene about people in the projects waiting for government cheese be sad, and he made a joyful And that's like the energy of the whole book. Well, look, and I love that every Saturday, I You know, I have a I teach piano in my 23 students. I'm less than a block away from the apartment where I lived as a kid, So I see people from the projects every weekend. Listen, people are put down there put upon But they don't walk around being said they find things to be joyous about, you know, and I've been more inspired by people from my old neighborhood. Then I've been anywhere else. I've been around the world man. I have done a lot of stuff. I worked as a reporter at the Boston Globe of the Washington Post I've been and I am more happy. When I am in the red Hook housing projects talking to people who I don't know of people who Who knew me when I was a child, then I am anywhere else because I feel like I'm home, and I feel like I'm making a little bit of a difference. And there's nothing like that. Nothing like that. You can never You know, I can never go home again in some ways. But in some ways you never leave home. And so the larger question is What kind of country do we really have now? And I refused to believe that we live in a country where people are evil and at each other's throats. At some point, we will take this country back to what it was and what it should be. That's really what Deacon King Kong is all about. It's about a community that comes together for just a brief moment..

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"red hook" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"red hook" Discussed on 710 WOR

"To put in a plug for and by the way as we're not being pay for any of us were just talking about red because that's where my girlfriend likes the red hook winery is a great place to go although I've never been there I have to put that on my list I think they have they have a delicious Rozay that you would love birdie I look very all right the girl who leave who lives near red okay next time I'm out there with my girlfriend which will be maybe this weekend or next weekend I'll give you a call and you can meet us at the red hook winery or or at the good form which is another great restaurant on van arrests absolutely let's do it all right Bernie fighter expert on all things red hook type of it is a nine thirty from Joe Bartlett good morning Joe yeah hello Jonah well you know your Mike is off hello Jo Jo's retired right okay although the news okay so in the news this job as well yeah I'll do that right yeah I don't really care anymore do you know your with that beard of yours your son look like Abraham Lincoln yeah well it's great down here I gotta tell you all right let let's get back to this thing here demands for police reform causing the NYPD had to get rid of him you're dropping your you you really do want to get punched to death all right the plainclothes anti crime unit being disbanded police commissioner Dermot Shea says it closes the chapter on stop and frisk is what I can do it with brains we can deal with Kyle we can move away from through force and it.

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"red hook" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"red hook" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"We'll take a quick break loose of music just a little bit. What quick grain. And we'll be right back okay. Nicole Harris is she a new listener. She's been a few times. She has corporate feel. I Know Unicol. Are you still there? But now I feel like I've seen that name or I know her based on crazy. Now I've been in the house more so my allergies acting in the worst now anything else because I'm over here pulling up carpets. All kinds of foolishness is that that's what I did in my house too. I like repurpose a lot of stuff. I did my little area. I'm so happy pictures. I put down the little floor but then I was like would like but ended up putting that little fake grass. Are you GONNA look good? But it didn't. She says she from Red Hook sitting. Nicole Harris Oh you're from Landho- that's in Brooklyn right then McColl Venture Albie. I'm finished Payton today. And then tomorrow. I'll be laying carpet. I'm doing all me and my son. Don't everything eligible. Where are you putting carpet? Hardwood floors looks so pretty. You're you'll no no no no. No no don't now on stands in the hallway of Steve's okay all right that's good to on that floor flown staying honey no deal. Oh I know girl mount. He's been on team with that cleaning and everything No so I went to leave price out the carpet and stuff and see which one I wanted to get and I was telling the guy that because that's what he does as his regular business he lays carpet so I was going to say. What do you do this? I said I'm hairdresser. You know he's and you like carpet as a yeah. He's a okay. Wish you'd say my steps in my hallway. He said you on the hardest project to do. I'm like well alley right and I. I think I watch youtube videos. I got it girl you too. Thanks for being but be careful working like that. I don't want you to get hurt and back and legs and all that stuff so I mean. I would suggest that you would suggest you do. Some stretching.

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Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'

The Frame

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Jon Batiste on Working With Stephen Colbert on 'The Late Show'

"Start with a pianist and composer Jon Batiste. He's the bandleader for the late. Show Oh with Stephen Colbert John. He and Colbert. I met in two thousand fourteen when Batiste was actually a guest on Stevens old comedy. Thirty central show the Colbert report. Thank you Mr Battiste for being here Yeah all right you are here right. I'm right are you alive on the planet right now. They can in there all right now New Orleans jazz musician your work cross musical boundaries you worked with the Prince Lenny. Kravitz Wynton Marsalis your featured in spike. Lee's Red Hook summer and the HBO Series Tra may was based in part on your family. Are you the one with the dragons is that your family is Honestly I wasn't familiar with Steven or the Colbert report. And he wasn't familiar with me on my music and we met and there was just a spark that was something deeper and We aligned on a lot of different things in terms of what he really loved about comedy and how it can really bring people together together we can speak to something that is is tied to our humanity. If people watched the show they might hear ten in twelve seconds of song. But if you're in the house you're hearing a whole performance of peace and you're doing what four or five songs every day for the show yes about five or six songs As the opening theme and closing thing which I composed and we played every night and then there the bumpers that happened between acts and we have to act comedy one being the monologue want being a desk comedy piece and then we have two guests typically night and then and maybe a music guest so between all those acts and also walking on each guest. We play Stevens really open to give me the opportunity to just do whatever it is that I WANNA do. So we'll play all types of music on the show from video game music to Beethoven to Classic Jazz to top forty thirty two drake. I mean it. It ranges gentleman. We have a special guest joining us tonight. He has the Blues Jazz Club. Jaw the vocal stylings of former ambassador. Marie you'll find a bit with. Our Ukraine policy has been thrown into disarray. I do not understand Mr Giuliani's motives for attacking. How could our system fail like this? It's very intimidating. Wait a minute. President trump just tweeted at you every jazz club. Marie Ivanovich goes to turns bad. The what a jerk. Whatever we really bring to the show come from our life experiences Johnny Carson said this and he said to Letterman? Who then told it to Stephen? which is you gonNA bring everything we know to a show like this and you do everything you know and jazz is something that I do? So this a way for us to speak to what's happening in the world in comedies with Steven does it comes together on the

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"red hook" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"red hook" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

"What is it now. It's starting a weekly reminder that people are dope dope too but you're not so well today on the episode we got my good friend Mamadu and Gye. What's up? How you bill? Welcome back. Thanks for having me mates good to be here pleasure or the dishes done. Oh well today I haven't. I haven't used the dish in our apartment apartment in months. It's been a while it's been a while And our general pornographer this episode. He will be fixing all his past mistakes. How long do we we got as long as you need everyone? Hey Mike thank you for being here. Thank you you for having me Not Nervous Yeah do you always. Are you just a little bit wet all the time. Yeah it's it's a soon as it hits sixty eight degrees outside outside. I got like a a level of dampness. Yeah you know that. Is something troubling you. My son white guilt. Pour me too. I'm so excited about it by the way yeah. I'm worried I'm nervous. Look it's one of the. It's a movie that I I really want to be good. I need it to be good. Yeah it's like there's so many different stories that they could probably do. But it's like there's so much that has changed in thirty years. I'm like how are you going to still hit the same notes that you the first one or are you going to be like completely terrible drector. DVD like Seattle thing. Yeah and I went back and watched a few Eddie Murphy movies recently and yet and realize they all have the same plot. Yeah they're all they all are just him just like being weirdly like like. Hey there's always something about him. Where like his status is super attractive? But he's not and that's okay. Yeah feel he always like an outsider coming in and being remarkably good at the things that he's supposed to be doing too. Yeah yeah he's a professor or he's the nutty professor but he's really good at his job he's just a big boy. Yeah and then he sound a little boy. Yeah I think pets like that. It's weird that that's when his career started to take a turn is like after he started already to be unattractive in his movies. Yeah I mean. There's that famous photo of him eating steak off model and France. Oh when was that there's an eighties. I'm saying that when he was at its peak. The Eddie Murphy could do but like the early for that. Yeah we have plates. Yeah exactly Our second or second panels for this episode is just arrived. What's subsidies Now everything's good. How's everybody knows good? Good man coming from Red Hook you know buying plants you know trying to make the space look better picking up some seconds I mean we're GONNA plant from trump's I got outside space now. Okay okay. That's a little bit. I was trying to avoid the outdoors..

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Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

"Fan Heiser bush's buying out the rest of the Portland brewing company that it doesn't already own this deal values craft brew alliance of over three hundred twenty million dollars that's expected to close sometime next year and has a bush says craft brew alliances portfolio breweries is an excellent complement to its family of craft Parker's craft brewers associates has brands including cold red hook and Widmer

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Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

The Opening Bell

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Anheuser-Busch to buy out Craft Brew Alliance in $321 million deal

"Morning news about Anheuser Busch buying out the rest of Portland's brewing company based brewing company that doesn't already own the craft brew alliance deals worth over three hundred twenty million dollars expected to close sometime next year and hide your bush says CBS portfolio breweries and lifestyle brands is an excellent complement to its family of craft partners CBS portfolio includes companies such as Connor red hook and Widmer

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Prosecutors: Driver who had seizure, killed 2 kids was warned by doctor not to drive

01:55 min | 4 years ago

Prosecutors: Driver who had seizure, killed 2 kids was warned by doctor not to drive

"With social services and addiction treatment prosecutors in brooklyn say driver who struck and killed two children in march had already been ordered by doctors not to get behind the wheel dorothy bruns was arrested and charged yesterday with manslaughter and other crimes transportation alternatives executive director paul steely white says the charges could send a warning to other drivers with serious medical issues if you drive in a similar fashion you as a driver could also say those kinds of felony charges prosecutors say bruns was hospitalized in january after she had a seizure behind the wheel and at that time doctors told her not to dry for at least a year bronzes attorney didn't respond to a request for comment the borough of leonia new jersey is sticking to its controversial new traffic restriction even though the state attorney general says it has no power to enforce them earlier this year the borrow issued an ordinance to stop outoftowners from using its streets to bypass rush hour traffic near the george washington bridge technically violators are subject to a fine but leonia mayor judah ziglar says his officers are not issuing any citations we said all along this was not about raising money we said all along this was not about ruining people's days with two hundred dollar tickets we said all along this was about addressing technology ziglar says he created the ordinance to block gps apps like google maps in ways from suggesting leonia as a shortcut new yorker ferry writers are taking to the water in greater numbers and into the mayor says the city will spend three hundred million dollars to buy new boats for the ferry system he says while the money won't be available to fix the city subways the boats are important because they reach communities outside of the subway network people in neighborhoods all over the city that were under underserved talk to people in the rockaways talked to people in story ah talk to people in red hook the city says it subsidizes the ferries at a rate of six dollars and sixty cents per rider which is about equal to what the mta pays for the.

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