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Fresh "Rita" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Com slash home team One 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s back to Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center All right now if you're on the beltway watch for the delays in Virginia on the interlude passing route 50 This is the work in the right lane All the delays on the interlude headed onto the northbound two 70 spur have ease that mobile crew may have moved on but we do still see the volume on the interloop and prince George's county from 95 headed around pass route one in college park This is work in the right lane In Maryland southbound one 24 Montgomery village avenue at Russell avenue Callers reported pretty serious crash there You may be under police direction south pound Montgomery village avenue may in fact be blocked Leho wrote at belfry and bell Prix and boniface was a report of Iraq also New Hampshire avenue south of one O 8 This is emergency work where traffic is alternating to get by In the local lanes on northbound two 70 not seeing huge delay any more near montrose road there had been work in the local lanes taking the left side than before shady grove you lost the right side of the roadway In Virginia on 66 both directions between one 23 and 50 the right lane is blocked with the work both ways We may have work also on both directions of 95 in newington watch for any of those pretreatment crews that may be moving along their way trying to get the road treated in advance of anything happening otherwise tomorrow Northbound 95 slows in newington southbound slows out of Springfield trying to make your way past the fairfax county Parkway In the district northbound D.C. two 95 delays passing Pennsylvania avenue southbound looks good from benning road to the 11th street bridge and all of the earlier closures downtown for the demonstration should be lifted I'm Rita Kessler TOP traffic And now to storm team forest Lauren ricketts You wanted to snowstorm with accumulation tomorrow morning snow is not it We are going to see dry conditions for the remainder of your Tuesday temperatures 30s and 40s.
October existing home sales hit fastest pace since January
"Houses are continuing to sell within days of going on the market sales of existing homes are up and so is the typical price of a house last month the average home prices jumped to almost three hundred fifty four thousand dollars a thirteen point one percent increase from last October existing home sales were up eight tenths of a percent from September that's according to the national association of realtors chief economist Lawrence Yun says the housing market remains strong he credits job growth the stock market at all time highs and low mortgage rates I'm Rita fall lay
US overdose deaths topped 100,000 in one year, officials say
"Experts are using words like devastating and terrible to describe the number of Americans who are dying from drug overdoses drug overdoses now surpassed deaths from car crashes guns and even flu and pneumonia about one hundred thousand Americans died of drug overdoses in the year ending in April of twenty twenty one according to the CDC that's a never before seen tragic milestone the top two reasons the coveted pandemic which left many people socially isolated and the availability of the highly lethal fentanyl which drug dealers are mixing with other drugs say health experts twenty twenty one says one drug policy expert is going to be terrible I'm Rita folate
Florida woman who sued for ivermectin dies from COVID
"A Florida teacher hospitalised with cove it has died after her husband tried but failed to force doctors to treat her with ivermectin tomorrow drop was forty seven years old she died twelve weeks after being admitted to Palm Beach gardens Medical Center her husband Ryan sued the hospital last month trying to get doctors to give ivermectin that's a drug used to treat conditions caused by parasitic worms the FDA has not approved ivermectin to treat cove it and Ryan dropped lost its court battle the judge saying allowing judges to counter man doctors decisions could set a dangerous precedent Ryan drug says he's not giving up telling the Palm Beach post I'm hoping the name a law after her he said so no one has to go through this I'm Rita folate
Roll up your sleeves: Kids' turn arrives for COVID-19 shots
"Young children are already getting the visor cove it vaccine now that the CDC has given final approval minutes after the CDC gave the okay on Tuesday night for children ages five to eleven to get the Fizer shots Hartford hospital in Connecticut vaccinated seven little children and three more early Wednesday one little girl squeezed her eyes shut a little boy barely flinched as they got their shots other waiting kids applauded Walgreens pharmacies will start vaccinating children on Saturday parents can sign up now CVS is also accepting appointments this means sleepovers play dates and family get togethers put off for more than a year we'll be back on the agenda now for many children along with a chance for fewer school interruptions I'm Rita folate
NYC braces for fewer cops, more trash as vax deadline looms
"Thousands of New York City employees refused to get coveted shots and come Monday they'll have to go on unpaid leave and that could mean piles of uncollected trash fire houses shut down fewer police and ambulances on the street police officers firefighters garbage collectors in most other city workers face a five PM Friday deadline to show proof that they've gotten at least one dose of the cobit vaccine workers who don't comply will be put on unpaid leave starting Monday sanitation workers appear to be skipping garbage pick up some protests and the city's police union went to court to try to stop the vaccine requirement mayor bill de Blasio is not backing down he says if we don't stop cove it new Yorkers will die I'm Rita Foley
Gas prices are soaring
"Gas prices are soaring gas is three thirty three a gallon on average says the triple a that's up about six cents and one week up a dollars sixteen cents over the past year this means that it now costs you about seventeen dollars more to fill up your tank compared to a year ago says the trip allay and experts say it's only going to get more expensive why Patrick DeHaan of gasbuddy blames those supply chain problems and low inventories of oil natural gas and coal worldwide here at home gas is cheapest in the south the Midwest priciest in the west I'm Rita folate
Liberian teen becomes hero for finding and returning $50,000
"A teenager in Liberia who found fifty thousand dollars and returned it to its rightful owner is getting praise invitations and threats Emmanuel too low says he was riding his motorcycle taxi on a highway when he spotted a bunch of money wrapped in a plastic bag then the business woman who'd lost the money went on the radio crying he said so he founder and return the money she gave him fifteen hundred dollars in cash and materials Liberia's president invited him for a chat many are praising his honesty but some including some friends say returning the money was dumb but he'll be poor for his whole life and he says he's been threatened I need to protect myself he says too low had to quit school in the seventh grade to run a taxi service with his motorcycle to make money to help his family and he strongly defends his honesty advising others to return anything they may find I'm Rita fall lay
"rita" Discussed on Bookworm
"Every time I would go out to give a reading, this is pre-pandemic times, of course, I would try to put together a list of poems to read that would take the audience on a journey that they could it had a trajectory. And I called these lists playlists much like we do, you know, with music. And so when I was putting when this book began to come together, let's put it that way because I didn't really consciously put it together. The poems found each other. I realized that it was in fact a playlist for the times that we were living through. So that's where the title came from. I really intended it to be, and I've always felt that a playlist for the apocalypse will have its ups and its downs and it will comfort you at times. Over the course of time, I've gotten to meet Rita and her wonderful husband Fred. I've even separately gotten to hear their daughter of viva lecture on art at UCLA and so I feel like this is not just a poet I know and love. This is the whole family. I've had the privilege and opportunity to know and love. And one of the people that I have liked best in the world, someone who I have been a mentor to. He's teaching poetry to engineers at NYU. These engineers not only are discovering that they love poetry as it is taught to them by the wonderful young poet Alan felson for they particularly of a poem from Rita dove's new book and its a poem called mirror and I may say that it does mirror itself. It's written in two columns that face each other, mirror wise, but these students, the engineers fell in love with it, and I thought that the first poem I would ask Rita dove to read is her poem mirror from her new book playing list for the apocalypse. I will read the two sides of the poem. I'll first read it vertically. So I'll read the left hand side first. And then the right hand side you will hear the words being repeated. They are in fact the lines mirror each other. Mirror, take this from me, my blasted gaze. Sunken, astonishment. Resolve memory and rebuild. Shame will dissolve under powder pressed into my skin. Oh, avalanche, my harbor. Can I look over you picked and pustule crease and blotch without seeing you through you. If all I am, am I all? Is what was me, the right hand side. Mirror, this take from me, gaze blasted my sunken resolve, astonishment. Shame will rebuild and memory dissolve into pressed powder under skin, my harbor, my avalanche. Oh, I can look you over blotch and crease postural and pit. Seeing without you through you, am I all if all I am is, wow is me. Wow. Rita, that was beautifully red. Thank you. Now, tell me what inspired you to write a poem into columns that would mirror itself. Like so many poems, I discovered that the moment of inspiration happens in something quite small and also totally unanticipated to can't force the stuff into being. And I was really looking in the mirror. It was morning. I'm not the best soul in the morning. This is not my time. And so I'm usually very grumpy. And I think I had to go somewhere. And I stood in front of the mirror. This is the moment of truth, you know? You see your own varnished face. And I said, it's time to paint it. It's time to put on the outside face and in that moment, I thought, why can't this me or talk back to me? How can I do that? I would like to have a poem reflect that. And suddenly I said, oh my gosh, I've got to do this poem this way. This is for the apocalypse published by Norton, an extraordinary book because it goes in many different directions. This book has treated itself to the opportunity to talk about our times aspects of history, aspects of personal life and it does see how history mirrors our personal life, Rita discovers or at least reveals to us who don't know it that the word ghetto was first used in reference to the place the foundry where the metallic shards were kept where the Jews were sent to live during their years of prejudice in Venice and what this book does is to show us our personal history corresponds to our global history. The last section of the book is a group of poems in which reader dove discovers that she has a form of MS, and reveals to us that what I thought in an earlier book was an absolutely charming history of how she and her husband studied poor room dancing. It's revealed in this set of poems that she studied ballroom dancing in order to regain her balance. In other words, that our personal history is constantly reflecting our decisions if we are riders the form of a poem reflects the form that the poet takes because you haven't always been centrally of formal poet. What has attracted you again to form? Well, I think that every poem has its form. It announces or insists upon its own cage of music its own rules. Some of these rules can be fixed, you know, beforehand, so, you know, as a son at their rules that you follow and you kind of give yourself over to them and see what happens within that kind of charm to cage. But even a free verse poem if the poet is being honest. And it's being rigorous with herself. It has its rules. In other words, Michael, I think that I've always considered myself a poet who worked in form. It's just that the form moves around, you know, like, yeah, sometimes. But one of the I find that the form for me does not work unless I don't know it's there. In other words, I don't start out of pump saying it's going to be a sonnet. I start working on it and I look at the.
US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months
"You're paying more for things you buy and services to you've probably noticed higher prices for food furniture cars trucks energy and other things to Americans keep buying things but the pandemic has snarled supply chains and demand is outstripping supply so get ready for a record shattering number the jump in inflation at the wholesale level this year eight point six percent over twelve months that's the biggest jump since they started calculating the twelve month change in twenty ten one expert says the broken supply chains could keep prices of items and inflation hi longer than expected I'm Rita folate
3 US-based economists win Nobel for research on wages, jobs
"Three economists who work in the US will share the Nobel Prize in economics and what they found in their research may surprise you David card born in Canada's with the university of California Berkeley his pioneering research shows that an increase in the minimum wage does not lead to less hiring and the arrival of immigrants does not lower pay for native born workers those two findings challenge commonly held ideas the other two economists who share the award with them are Joshua angriest of M. I. T. and Guido invents of Stanford University they created a way of studying these types of societal issues in the real world I'm Rita folate
Ep4: Unboxing The Mystery Box Film Challenge
"I can't really stressing enough. Anyone can participate in the mystery. Box film challenge you. Don't have to be in scranton wilkes-barre you don't have to be in northeast. Pennsylvania you can be anywhere in participate. We've made it so we've made it really streamlined. Like keeping announcing the items online. And that's because of the pandemic it's like okay if you wanna do a challenge during a pandemic how we're gonna do this like we don't want to give out physical boxes and it's really not that conducive if you want to grow it so announcing the items was the best way to do it and it's it's really easy to it's just like people just have to go find the items if they have them in their house or they had the borrow him or if you wanna buy 'em yourself that's that's a really good we do. We're on facebook on instagram. We'll have a facebook group so you could talk to people this where we usually put the list of the requirements items prompts on. There's usually a document i to facebook page on the facebook group in the video is always there when we announced but this is the first year that the mystery box film challenge is on film freeway. That was a decision that i made that phone. Freeways really the premier place to find film festivals film challenges and i wanted just to get more is on the challenge because last year had lake. We had i think twenty one sign ups and we got twelve films back so usually are ratio is lake. We get a lot of sign ups in usually we get about half of them to submit a film which was amazing during a pandemic all types of films different genres like first time filmmakers season professionals to it's it's everybody you can do it. You can totally participate in this challenge. It's so much fun. And it's just a great way to connect with people in network with filmmakers in your area and asking for help and we're always here he always email us if you need help or have any questions but yeah all our items in prompts and requirements and specifications are on our film freeway page. If you searched the mystery box challenge on film freeway and like i said before you have two months to make film they need to be wanna ten minutes in laying that includes your credit entitles. They can't go beyond ten minutes Ill should align with the pg thirteen rating. We don't allow our crm teen films. These are short films are not gonna be feature films. So it's pretty good for that. And then you have your technical specifications as well and we do the emission on phil freeway as well. We used to have people email us. They're finish phones but we're not doing that. Everything is going to be through film freeway We do have a submission fee this year all past years. The film challenge has been free but with Just doing the challenge. It's a lot of it's like. We want to do a lot. More marketing in the marketing costs money. And we want to give her filmmaker swag like shirts and stickers and It better prizes in that costs money so like we have a regular deadlines mission is five dollars and then we have a late deadline for this year. So regular deadline for this year's film challenges november tenth. You still have time You can do a filming day you can edit and day and do whatever and are late. Deadline is november thirtieth and that will be a ten dollar fee early We kind of Wanted to do the challenge between like late summer and fall on we try to pretty close to one the northeast. Pennsylvania film festival has a festival. The festival usually is in march But it's just a pain the butt film in the winter. that can't be done. It's just a pain in the butt to film in the winter so we had the challenge earlier this year so it was. We kicked it off on september first skinner complete in the end of november to give people that end of summer fall timeframe which is still pretty nice to film. It's actually unseasonably warm now. Still which is awesome northeast pennsylvania. So i hope everyone can participate in the film challenge. It's a really great challenge to be creative and to just get yourself out there and start making films it's a real catalyst for people on lake like this is like if you wanna skies the limit if you want to do any type of film you want and have all the requirements inc for the challenge. I wanted to participate in the challenge. One year i actually wrote my script. And i just couldn't get anyone to get enough pete. I couldn't get a crew and actors together to do it. But i was like i'm going to keep the script and i'm gonna keep working on it and i'm gonna eventually produce it so i wrote a script. Siro my script for the mystery box challenge. This call fallout. And so i kept working on it and working on the script editing. I had my colleagues rita the detailer with me at lunch. They gave me feedback. So i just kept the script that i wrote for the mystery box kept working working working at and i gave it to my friend bridget. She edited it for me. Give me feedback. I kept ending it in editing. It got to a point where i thought it was good. And i just didn't then the pandemic again the pandemic hits and i just haven't i have not produced the film yet but i do want to. It's not really conducive to film during the pandemic. Because it's all takes place in a basement so really. The premise of fallout is. There's a group of friends who are hunkering down for an impending nuclear attack. While one of their friends is outside could be dead could not be dead Who knows and they're really freaked out in steph happens in. I don't want to give too much away. But i decided to submit that script to a couple screenplay competitions recently on film freeway in. It's gotten right now. It's gotten six official selections for six different vessels which is pretty awesome Just to get it out there in get it recognized which is pretty cool and it's like all right. This is really something. So i really want to film this. But it's like don't have. It's a catalyst. The mystery box film challenges are really creative. way to really get into filmmaking. Answer really start making something i i mean. I find a lot of people even myself included you. Stop yourself sometimes. If you wanna make film you stop yourself. It's like even. I wanna participate this year. Even though i'm the organizer. I still want to participate in writing my scripts and like i know what i to ride. And it's like okay. Who am i gonna get. Who is like the crew and stuff like that and making it simple so we can get it done in a day and i can edit it on time and get it in. So it's it's in own if you don't end up if you write something you end up not making it to the deadline to keep your script and keep reworking it. I mean you know. They asked for help. Get your parents involved. If the if you need to be can't find anyone you know you don't need to have a professional camera you can. Have someone help you edit or you can try editing yourself. I mean it's just anyone can participate. So i hope you guys Take some time to go to our website. The mystery box film challenge go to our film freeway page. Take a look at the list of items and problems in specifications and requirements and see if he can get a film. We would love to see your film. And you'll get them will be the premier's gonna be at the northeast pennsylvania film festival. We don't know what they yet. Um that'll come close when it gets to march but I'm so glad you guys can join me to for the une boxing. The mystery box film challenge. And i hope you guys participate. If you have any questions you can email the mystery box. Film challenge mystery box any p. Mail dot com. The mystery box challenge is on facebook. Instagram follow us. And we're also on youtube where you can find pass emissions to get some inspiration They're really talented. People who cemented in any type of person. Like if you're just new to filmmaking you for professional like everyone's got some great stuff and it's on youtube for everyone to look at so thank you guys so much for joining us for our scranton talks podcasts. About the mystery box film challenge. To go and participate. There is still time. We're on the halfway point so so go on our phone. Freeway patients admit to our film challenge. It's gonna be awesome. I can't wait to see you guys. And i hope if you do submit You get to join us at the film festival for the premiere of the films in copa. Get to meet you. That'd be great and get to network with other filmmakers as well in scranton So the the film festival usually happens downtown. Scranton in pennsylvania so i hope you guys can participate. Thank you so much for joining us for grand talks podcast. Be sure to subscribe to our podcast to get all the latest episodes. We upload episodes once a month Be sure to check out our facebook instagram. like i said again and we do our scranton. Talks live on facebook and on electric city television. If your local once a month our next Interview is gonna be on october. Nineteenth live on our facebook page on the independent film creative hub. Electric television will be talking with bridget. Lamonica she's a local filmmaker from northeast pennsylvania. Who actually is living and working in atlanta now. So we'll be talking to her about her projects what she's been doing Like working in the film industry. She's fully in the film industry a freelance basis working atlanta. So we'll be talking with her on october nineteenth at seven fifteen pm so i hope you can join us for that and thank you once again for joining us on this episode of scranton talks Be sure to check out the independent film creative. A website at www dot com are creative dot com where you can check a directory of pete filmmakers. Who are on there if you need any help finding actors and crew. That's the place to go for the with. You're looking for your crew for your mystery. Buxom challenge in. It's free to sign up so you can make your own directory on there so go there and check it out. Thank you guys so much again. Be sure to tell all your friends about scranton talks. Podcasts can't wait to hear from you on the next episode.
Teachers turn to US Supreme Court over NYC vaccine mandate
"Teachers in New York City have until five o'clock this afternoon to get at least their first Kovic shot but there's push back some of the teachers are asking the Supreme Court to block New York city's covert vaccine mandate for public school staff the city says if they don't get a lease their first shot by five o'clock this afternoon they'll face suspension without pay when schools open on Monday mayor bill de Blasio has said he's confident the courts will uphold the city's mandate he says the city's just trying to keep unvaccinated staff away from co workers or children too young to get the shots I'm Rita folate
"rita" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"To the verse of america. Early puerto yes. I had nothing to do with it. People think i went to sondheim. I wouldn't dare. I didn't know him and said where. Dr rica my heart's devotion. Let it sink back in the ocean. I thought that i can do right. It's a part it's not use a nato who's who's saying i don't like puerto rico. I like america right. That's what almost happened. Isn't that crazy again. One of these things were how life would have been. Wow so you can win certain battles and in that case without even having to really fight it but there are others that it seems like at least in because of the time period in which this was happening you. We're not gonna win like the fact that even now when rita it who has puerto rican is being asked to play a puerto rican. They still have to put the mud on the makeup makeup. Well that was really jerome. Robins fault i found out much much later after the movie i've found out that he wanted to contrast so he wanted all the puerto rican kids and the shark shark girls to be darker than the jets. In fact some of the jets had very pale. Makeup this was deliberate and had their hair bleached at his behest. I mean Baby john was not a blonde baby. John had brown hair and they had these awful die jobs. And i remember saying to make up man one day because the makeup was so dark that it would streak on my face and you would see my own color underneath and i remember saying to him. I despise this makeup. Why can't i be my own color. I said i'm puerto rican. And you won't believe his answer he said. What are you racist. That was so shocking. Have an answer. i just clammed up. I could not believe he said that. So the difference. I guess they say between the stage in screen as the camera. There's no faking out. The camera doesn't lie right. If you a little twitch a little anything it will pick up and in your case there to moments one in west side story one later on with when you are now back acting with brando having broken up years later where it was as much rita as the character coming through and so i wonder if we can just talk about so first of all with west side story. This is in the candy shop. Where essentially it's like. I think as much of could be implied raised to call the near rape scene. Yeah because that was what was intended when they lifted. Baby john up to lower him onto me..
"rita" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I'm gonna be Dancing at a greenwich village nightclub. And i would love to have a cpa dance with me. I will partner her. He was very short and And my mom thought that was swell and we did it. I've partnered him and the audience. Of course how can you not be charmed. You know a grown man with long sideburns. Who was very much a spaniard. Data fierce face and this little girl. How can you not be shocked. So of course everyone go probably going but he would have been the well. I guess you say the i. Ren- but i guess between iranian and they're probably the first people to recognize that you really had talent. Yes well she certainly did. And that was my debut. And all i can tell you is that i thought i liked the attention really neat. Absolutely well you mentioned. The rita hayworth was not really named or born rita hayworth and that was i know the case with a with a few of the people who proceeded you in into the movies and i wonder therefore did you have anybody who you look to when you were getting into the movies. Now that you are in america who you said even if it wasn't your your hero or your favorite or your role model but was there somebody who you recognized as you know. Yeah that was elizabeth taylor and there were no mentors for somebody like myself. Then i never even knew the word. And so i made her my role model and she was the girl i wanted to be. And she was the the movie star. I want it to be and that's how that image came into my head. Just oh she was just extraordinarily beautiful. She was a star and she was a star at my favorite favorite Studio mgm which had all the great musicals there were other studios that had musicals but none of them ever matched the power and the energy of mgm musicals because they also had and miller and they had jim kelly for pete's sake and he's gonna come up there again in a minute but i guess for you was the ultimate always the movies. Because it's pretty big broadway a pretty big deal and you were on broadway at thirteen. I think before. Well before the movie. I was thirteen. Yeah i made my debut. And we opened on broadway and we close the very next day and night so the you know lesson number four already right right. I'm only what's thirteen well. And it was those those next few years. I guess really all through the rest of your teens. In hindsight must have felt like a whole rollercoaster because as you talk about in the documentary. There's the thrill of actually having your ambition realized getting to not only join a movie studio but the movie studio that you've just been taught my dreams. Yes but then also at nineteen. That was over. That's when they dropped your contract and a lot of people might have been devastated by that and that might have been. The end of the story was devastated. Dropped my contract is they didn't know what to do with me. And they dropped the options. My contract and i was an absolute shock. Because i honestly believed because i was also very naive. Young girl I was always young for my years with respect to sophistication I thought i was going to be there forever. And then it'll be mayor was going to be kind of surrogate daddy and What i was told that my contract was not being picked up..
"rita" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Coach i ever wanted to thank you for tuning into the four hundred. Sixth episode of awards chatter the hollywood. Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is a trailblazer and a living legend. A woman best known for her performances in movie musicals such as nineteen fifty two singing in the rain. Nineteen fifty six's the king. And i and especially nineteen sixty one's west side story for which he won the best supporting actress academy award making her the first ever latina oscar winner. She is one of only sixteen people. Ever and only ten people still alive who have achieved egot status by winning at least one emmy grammy oscar and tony and she was also the recipient of the presidential medal of freedom in two thousand four the national medal of the arts in two thousand nine. The screen actors guild life achievement award in two thousand thirteen the kennedy center honors lifetime artistic achievement award in two thousand fifteen and the peabody career achievement award in two thousand nineteen and now more than seventy years into her career. She is returning to west side story as an actress in and executive producer of steven spielberg's upcoming remake of the film and she is also the subject of a documentary. That premiered at sundance back in january was released the by roadside in june and will debut on tv as part of pbs's american master series on october fifth. It's marian peres rarez rita moreno just the girl who decided to go for it and she of course is the great rita moreno over the course of our conversation. The eighty nine year old and i discussed her odds defying journey from puerto rico to hollywood and the stereotypical casting and abusive behavior. She encountered once. They're why an implied rape scene in west side story and a fight scene opposite marlon brando in the night of the following day rocked her to her core. Why she is convinced that the new west side story will avoid some of the same pitfalls that undid another recent film about latinos in america in the heights plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go to.
The AP Interview: Capitol Police chief sees rising threats
"The U. S. capitol police chief says more and more threats are aimed at lawmakers the risk to lawmakers higher than ever the threat from lone wolf attacks is growing and U. S. capitol police chief Tom manger says we've never had the level of of threats against the members of Congress that we're seeing today months after the attack on the U. S. capitol building the left officers bloodied and bruised chief manger says capitol police cannot afford to be complacent you can never let your guard down as well protected as this is this facility is as complex as as the member as well protectors members are again it only takes one person and you too can be on your guard at all times he says the capitol police have made changes improving security at least nine people died during and after the rioting on January sixth I'm Rita folate
NY hospitals fear staff shortage as vaccine deadline looms
"New York state wide coveted mandate for healthcare workers takes effect Monday and hospitals and nursing homes are bracing for problems doctors nurses and support staff like food service workers and cleaners have until Monday to get at least their first Kovic shot many have not yet that means that thousands of health care workers could be forced off the job next week hospitals and nursing homes are preparing contingency plans summer cutting back on elective surgeries one hospitalist is spending maternity services for the time being some nursing homes are limiting admissions the state's largest health care provider Northwell health is trying to persuade thousands of hold outs to get the shots governor Kathy Hochul says every patient has the right to know they will not be infected by the person charged with protecting their health I'm Rita fall lady
5 Dead, Including Multiple Children, in Ohio House Fire
"Five people have been killed in an early morning house fire in Akron Ohio three of those who were killed were children four other people were injured neighbor Jean Hudson tells W. E. W. S. TV she was in her home when she heard screams my bedroom window was open and I heard screaming and I looked out the window and saw the flames and I made a living room grabbed the phone and dialed nine one one and yelled at my kids to get out of the house when firefighters got there they found neighbors and relatives trying to get family members out of the burning house the cause of the fire is under investigation I'm Rita folate
Caller Describes 9/11 Scenes 20 Years Ago
"Hey, Rita. I was there. Um, the day after everything to happen. I used to work for Westchester Area mess and we got called down to help everything I think. The main thing we should be doing is pain. Your respect to those who passed away that day. That's first off second off. I also think There are a lot of what I agree with you guys. I agree with Rudy that what's going on right now? Is divisions. Not even close to it? Okay, um, comparing Americans who don't get the vaccine to the Taliban. Come on. This is ridiculous. Look at what they did back then. But what they just did You know, a couple of weeks ago we lost 13 Lord people okay to you know to the Taliban and just actually reports coming out of Kabul that guys were laughing about it doing the countdown. The whole nine baking milk the whole nine yards. They knew this was going to happen. As far as Clinton invited Going to the ceremony. I mean, he's the president. He should be there, But I gotta tell you, I don't like the idea that he's there. I think the big slap in the face To everybody Well and listen. I think it's important that the president, whoever it is, be there at a respect, and that's whether you're Democrat Republican Independent. I think he should be there. Imagine if he wasn't there. Yeah, I'll think about how terrible that would be. I get what you're saying. I mean, like I said, I agree. He should be there as in its position, but he wasn't respect that position. The way he talks to people, and I mean and I'm top of that. With the service men that were killed. Look at what? Look, Not only did he turn around and make the you know the meaning of the gold star families all about him. I mean, I'm very sorry that he lost his son. But you don't talk about your son when these people just lost their
Study: Black Opioid Overdose Deaths Increasing Faster Than Whites
"Among black. Americans rose nearly forty percent across four states in two thousand eighteen and nineteen. That's according to a new study published in the american journal of public health. npr's redo chatterjee reports. There was no rise in overdose deaths for other racial and ethnic groups. Death certificates from nearly seventy communities in four states show a thirty eight percent rise in opioid overdose deaths for non hispanic black individuals in the two years. Before the pandemic the increase was highest in kentucky and ohio in comparison opioid overdose. Deaths stayed the same for other racial ethnic groups in most states in new york overdose deaths for white individuals when down. Although recent studies have found that overdose deaths continued to surge foster in the black community in two thousand twenty. The new study calls for an urgent need to address this disparity in part by making sure that evidence based treatments reach the communities than them most rita judgy.
Airlines Say Rise in COVID-19 Cases Is Hurting Ticket Sales
"Leading airlines are warning that the spread of the delta variant of the corona virus is hurting their bookings American Airlines says a slowdown that started in August has continued into September United Airlines says it'll reduce its schedule later this year to match the lower demand delta CEO ed Bastian says the rising coded nineteen cases will not derail the travel we're covering but it will delay it by as much as four months he says the variant has particularly affected business and international travel which are both critical to the big airlines Southwest Airlines says leisure travel to his weekend with more cancellations and softer bookings for September and October I'm Rita folate
Ex-Cardinal McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Assault
"A former once powerful Roman Catholic cardinal has appeared in court in a sexual abuse case former Roman Catholic cardinal Theodore McCarrick is the only Catholic cardinal in the U. S. current or former to ever be criminally charged with child sex crimes he appeared in a suburban Boston court room he did not speak but the court entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to charges of sexually assaulting a sixteen year old boy nearly fifty years ago the now grown accuser told authorities that McCarrick was close to his family when he was growing up and that the abuse started when he was a young boy pope Francis defrocked McCarrick in twenty nineteen after a Vatican investigation determined he sexually abused minors as well as adults I'm Rita folate
"rita" Discussed on Fresh Air
"What impacted that series have on your career. I got i couldn't work. Everybody kept saying. Oh well you know what she looks like. She looks like she's a wreck. And i could not get employed. So i took it because you know the lighting was deliberately harsh and i remember i was up for some big movie and the producer said. Oh by god no. She's just so battered. No no no. I don't want her for the part. And i found out about this and i started going to parties that i didn't want to go to just to show people that i was really looking. Okay i don't even understand that. Because i love the way you're looking in the series i mean you you're a tough cookie in it and i don't know i think you're luck great. I don't there's a certain kind of hollywood not not hollywood. I did not look hollywood. Great but hollywood great is so false looking so much time we know that we know that my dear we all know that. But it's not the way it works right. So i literally was going around attending all the openings of envelopes as they say just so people could say oh. Hey doesn't she look good. Because i've always look good for my age. It's my jeans speaking of your age like you're eighty nine now. You'll be ninety. Yeah in december. Have your priorities changed. Has what you want out of. Your life changed. Yes i think so. I think the priorities changed in the sense. That something else has taken the position of profound importance. And that's my my daughter and my grandson's I'm ever ever so much closer to them than i ever was. I always was any way. Family is very important to me but I realize that the are everything to me and i love being with them and i love taking them places and i love. I'm taking my grandson justin. Who's twenty two to puerto rico where we are premiering. The documentary my homeland. He is so excited. And you know. That's what i'm able to do now. And that's what really really means the most to me lovely. It is lovely. It's a nice way to win. This conversation rita moreno. It has been such a pleasure to talk with you. Thank you so much. Well you know you're the one who asked the great questions who thinks of all the great stuff. And you're you're someone i've always wanted to talk to and it's thrills me two pieces that you think i'm swell. It's lovely to meet you and thank you again. Rita moreno is the subject of the new documentary. Just a girl who decided to go for it. it will open in theaters. June eighteenth and will be shown on the pbs american master series. October fifth tomorrow on fresh air a medical story involving the kissing bug. It sucks blood from its victim and can lead to a devastating disease. My guest will be.
"rita" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My relationship with marlon depended on what was happening at my therapists psychotherapists he would be very helpful. And then i would succumb to marlins charms and go back to him for the you know twentieth time and it was very the only thing that really stopped it and that was my intention at the time was my attempted suicide. I couldn't take being humiliated anymore. And i found that i was my own worst enemy so it was my intention the objective. The objective of this attempted suicide was to get rid of this relationship. So when you when you were revived and treated what was your reaction. When you found that you were alive. I knew i would never try that. Again I absolutely knew i would never ever try such a thing again. It's so against my nature and The my doctor said to me my therapist he said You can never ever ever seen marla again because the next time you may not be as lucky. You know what i'm wondering. Brando had a social consciousness which he did which was he was public about but did he have a social consciousness about women. Not until not until Women were vaginas and to be baloney but really rita. How do you feel you tell us what you really think. So when you were in a relationship with him it was was it. The nineteen sixties or. Oh yes yes. Yes because we were at the march on washington together along with other people so it might have been before the real revival of the women's movement caught on for sure it was way yes. It was way before that way before that i'm thinking like you. Maybe didn't really have the language to talk to or to him. I didn't have the language. And i didn't understand i really not only didn't have the language i had such a poor image of myself. I really was one of the most self loathing people i have ever met. I didn't never thought i was pretty. I never thought. I was good at anything when you're a child and you're told often enough that you have no value.
"rita" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You know the feeling when you love somebody like so much that you can hardly breathe. That's how marlin felt about himself. So where's the room for you in question. If he's so in love with himself. How much love did he have for anyone else i. I didn't see him that way at all. I saw him as a person who was very strong. I had a very warped and twisted a notion of what a real man was like to me. That was marlin he was he was it was the king of movies and the king of everything and we had a on top of that. We had an extraordinarily Sexual relationship so that kind of helped is interesting to hear that 'cause you always wonder when somebody is as sexual onscreen as they are like one of their like unreal life so i guess he. He measured up to his screen image. Which you say. Elvis did not by the way you dated him briefly. No will i dated elvis to make marlin jealous so for a short while there. I had the two kings of different things royalty show-business royalty and it was to make marlin jealous. Really and he's he was a sweet fellow. He was very simple and he was boring. Elvis my guest is rita moreno the new documentary about.
"rita" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Go my shum back. Shunned own ways. They're blowing shun money all wing and the sunlight so that was the beginning of america from west side story. My guest is rita moreno. Who you heard singing that. And who played a nieta So how did that song resonate among your puerto rican friends and family if you had any family than in the us actually it resonated beautifully of the fact that there was a person playing put thoroughly kenya in a huge Successful musical was enough. For a lot of hispanics not just puerto ricans in this country to be thrilled to pieces. The fact that there were mistakes made and colors confused nationalities was also be almost beside beyond the point because We were just so glad to be paid attention to for a change. This was an extraordinary extraordinary experience in every possible way and it helped to inform a lot of people who were not hispanic about what we were about and that was important in absolutely fabulous. There were people particularly in puerto rico. Who were not thrilled. Because they felt that the depicting puerto ricans as gang members was offensive and insulting. I think they missed the part. About romeo and juliet which i thought i thought was what the genius of this and here we. Are you know many many many years later with another addition ed dishes of this film about to be released in december by the way when i will literally the day before we open beat nine years old. What a birthday treat so talk about what your feelings were about puerto rico. At the time you made west side story. I thought that we have been given very short. Shrift not just as puerto ricans. Because i honestly i don't tend to think that way but as latinos hispanics and What was important about anita to me still is is that anita believe it or not was the only part i ever remember where i represented hispanics in a dignified and positive way..
"rita" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm terry gross. My guest rita moreno is the subject of a new documentary called just a girl who decided to go for it. It will premiere in theaters. Nationwide on june eighteenth and will be broadcast on the pbs american master serious in october. The documentary traces her life from her birth in puerto rico and nine hundred thirty one through her eighty seventh birthday. When she was. Co starring. In the reboot of the norman lear sitcoms one day at a time. She moved to new york city with her mother in nineteen thirty six. Real moreno is famous for roles as diverse as anita in the nineteen sixty one film adaptation of west side story an original cast member of the kids program the electric company and a tough none. Who's a prison psychologist in the brutal. Hbo prison series oz. After becoming the first latino to win an oscar for west side story she became the first latin x person to be an egot a winner of an emmy grammy oscar and tony but for many years earlier in her career. She was pigeonholed in stereotype roles as a latin spitfire or exotic dancer. She had to speak in an accent. Which moreno does not have and sometimes to darken her skin casting directors put her and other ethnic roles to in pagan love song she was to houston and the yellow tomahawk. She was a native american in the king and i. She was one of the siamese kings young wives after success in west side story. She turned down the role. She thought were offensive or too insignificant. Which is why she didn't make another movie for seven years. I'm looking forward to seeing her in the forthcoming steven spielberg adaptation of west side story. In which he also serves as an executive producer of the film rita. Moreno it is just a pleasure to have you back on the show. It's funny the first time we spoke was the fortieth anniversary of west side story and this year is the fiftieth anniversary of the film. I'm delighted i'm so happy. You wanna talk to me thank you. Let's let's get started. Let's start with a scene from west side story in which you talk about in the documentary and I wanna play an excerpt of the song america but before we do. I wanna talk about it. So this is a song in which the puerto rican men and women are singing about what they think of. Puerto rico and the women are kinda saying..
"rita" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"I read you go to practice about it in the book absolutely and i really think that's fundamental and there are a lot of things you can do with your confidence on relationships with others that also choose the right paul nap for example. Choose the wrong friends only have religious people who make you feel good about yourself. He won't eat be successful. Because we know that can be a great source or terrible souls a russian of your own confidence unless you are again. Choosing people recruiting people deal company to relationships zone. Who actually make you feel good about yourself and help you to be all the. I'm by the way you need to do the same with them. what goes around comes around so This isn't coming across as being too happy happy because there are a lot of hard things that will needs to do in this journey as well as we know and one of the things i do talk about in the book is nice guys. Don't finish lost. And when. I don't want that to be equipped with his. You go to be nice. Nice as in dole matt because clearly. That's not the right thing either. But but certainly in my view being nasty and business will be a bully bullying business. This is becoming very destructive and expensive word as we know any count bully people to give the best. You can lift people in spa in spawned to do that. Best and need to believe that you want them to succeed and we can all do with a bit more nicer in the world. I think difficult to disagree with that right now. Don't you think. I do think it's different with anytime. Not just right now but everybody if you if you were with us live you heard it in a coup through watching or listening later i want you to stop and i'm going to highlight something that read it just said you can't bully people to be their best. There's worth the whole conversation right there rita. You can't bully people to be their best. We just have to hear something in a new way to really get it to me. That's a that's a big that's a. That's a nugget for all of us. I wanna go again. Rita without you knowing what i was going to say. You see that you mentioned nice here. It shows up again. It must prove to you that i read some of the book further proved you read the book. I read a lot. And i read a lot in part because of this podcast and i've never read this line before right here. It is everybody the positive power of mortification so the title of one of the chapters or at least a section. So i want you to. What in the heck do you mean the power. The positive power of mortification. I think in part you know writing the sexual books. I wrote tactical hairy moments. And there are harry moment such a little hairy moments as we know but actually the hairy moments in our working lies way you just think..
"rita" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Means things like for example. When i was a young executive i was i. Wilson protested procrastination with something that is certainly suffered from. I wanted things to be perfect. And by the way perfectionism. I'm procrastination all quite highly correlated. Apparently with imposter syndrome. Because he won't things be great. So actually what. I discovered as a leader. I would share with people. I was coaching or mentoring. And say do you know. I wasn't good at this in my early executive i was not good at this and this is how i got over it which is just getting some things down getting it down. You can come back to the next day and edited and on but just get going with it so this thing about coherence is really important day. Pretend deal saints people. I want to lead this organization. If for example you don't understand the language of finance. How organizations work if you're not communicating and presenting yourself in the way that does yourself justice it needs to be coherent with who you are who you want to be and then leadership is about how you lead your own brand it how you're producing content. How you becoming an expert. How being restless and curious about what's happening in the world constantly stretching yourself moving forward. So i found these to be really interesting and useful ideas and characteristics again to china. Yourself with I think that the fussell mainstays If you don't care about yourself ceo strengths. What you'll get out what you're not good at and frankly all goals in life that it's quite difficult to be a great leader of those. I would always stop there. Yeah he gets so true. Which means we have to get. We have to work on our cells enough to know what to do with that little voice on our shoulder that you were talking lottery. You're right and and for that reason. In fact quite honestly that's one of the we get we get many books. We pitched many things to have on the show. And when i saw the but well. There's really two reasons why you're here rita. There's lots of reasons..
"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Was a great choice. Put that in so one thing that happened. While on tour was rita got to meet two of her half sisters because her dad had had an affair with a woman in Sweden he was in England and and read a found out about them in the seventies and while touring she had this big family reunion. They got really close after that so that was really cool. Yeah you you mentioned Bob. His other kids and everything. So if you're wondering about the two other sons that Bob had the few years previous it was Rita who actually made sure that they were tended tended to and that those women got enough money to provide for them but there came a point Morita thought all the children should be together and Rita says they took the min so I have no idea. Exactly how many of Bob Kids from other women. She began raising but she said their mothers would come and visit like hope road and that they seem happy with the situation like they were living there. So Bob had three more children with random women in nineteen seventy three seventy five seventy six six. So I know for sure they took in Karen who was born in Nineteen seventy-three and at least one of the sons born in Nineteen seventy-two not sure how many others okay but there's there's a lot of them floating around now hard to keep up with all the kids. Rita actually did confront Bob about all these babies. and Bob's line about it was that reader couldn't possibly have all the babies that he felt that he should have and yet he didn't want to put the burden on her body. Do you favor yes you you know you. That's too much having one every year. So these other women you know they're making up for it. He's a master bullshit. He'll so rita actually actually has her last child her six. That was a daughter named cerita in nineteen seventy-five all daughters except for his two sons back. And that's daughter was with tacky the guy that he was still around in a good friend. Yeah so some. Barley Sometimes sang about political issues and was a bit of an activist in late. Nineteen seventy six. There was this big election happening in Jamaica. Intentions were really high. There's a a lot of issues and divide lots of crime and death at the time. The government actually came to Bob to help bring the people together and a free piece concert called smile. Jamaica was about or was going to take place on December fifth nineteen seventy six so tensions at that time were at an all time high by and they were actually danger because people began. Assuming things about Bob's you know where his political intentions lay things like that. So on the Friday before the concert Kurt reader was leaving four hersal when she got into her car with two other young men from the neighborhood and she saw some men that she didn't recognize coming at had them with guns so she starts the car shots ring off the Rita feels something warm coming down her neck and realizes she was shot in the head. What yeah so? She immediately stopped. The car arrested her head on the steering wheel. One of the gunmen came over. Put The gun to her head but then said everyone's one's dead and never fired again so someone nearby must've heard the shots and called for police because she heard sirens they guys ran off. Rita got out of the car to find Bob. Bob had been in the kitchen at the time. He was also hit in the elbow by a bullet. And the man that had been inside with. Bob Don Taylor. His manager was shot five times but miraculously none of them were actually killed my God. Yeah so they were admitted under under police guard to the hospital and Rita was told they couldn't take the bullet out of her head yet as it was too close to her brain and they needed the swelling to go down. It was actually her dreads. That saved her her. Her RASTA dreads. So Bob wasn't going to let you know this experience scare him into hiding and he was like you know what I'm performing Sunday doing during this concert as planned some of the band members did back out and others came to help support. But guess who didn't Back Down Rita as I was going to say that still still hospital jacket with her head all bandaged of performed. How bad bad ass she does say those shots did change them them though and did scare Bob and being in the public and everything like I can't even imagine They did end up finding the men responsible for this shooting. So I need to talk about a woman now. That many remember as one of Bob's great loves her name was Cindy break. Spear Sydney was actually born in Toronto. Oh cool she was raised in Jamaica. She was four though of all. Bob's flings Cindy was most definitely the one he probably loves the MOST NEXT TO RITA so I guess it makes sense Rita on a disliked her from the beginning you know she knew she was probably her biggest threat. As I mentioned the timelines are often the book. And when I look up sending Bob's time-line line online it mentions them entering relationship in nineteen seventy seven. But in Rita's books indefinitely was in Bob's life before that maybe as early as seventy how many four. So I'm not really sure when exactly they became a couple or whatever but maybe as early as seventy four so cindy even lived at hope road and paid Brentford time. Rita does say over time. She began to like Cindy and they never had any bad confrontations or anything. Cindy was respectful fall to read as much as she could be considering the situation. I guess so by nineteen seventy seven. Read them bobber off again. His focus was on. Cindy well we don Barbara dealing with shooting cindy was experiencing her own fame because she won Miss World title in One Thousand Seventy Seven. Wow yeah so read. A mention is a her. Like Cindy and Bob planned to do a movie beauty and the beast but that fell through shell semesters that Cindy and her mother had expectations. That weren't met. She believes that Bob had told Zinni. Like I'm gonNA divorce going to marry you but that never happened Bob Did however move to England with Cindy and record for about six months after the shooting and in nineteen seventy eight. Cindy had their son together. His name is Damien. Oh I've that's unfamiliar early so read. Dan Him still talked almost every day though and she was still part of the band and went to England to record and tour and everything. Something really awesome for Rita happen. Though in the end of the seventies he's she was finally getting some recognition and attention for her own talents and the possibility of a solo record. Rose so a French record company named Hansa offered Rita deal for an album. Bubbas supportive of Radio but not very supportive of this. So apparently appear are agent named Kathryn came to visit Rita to like discuss everything. and Bob Literally chased this poor woman out of the house like in tears not cool no but Catherine was also bad Aska and shows like I'm not letting this man's scared me and she really pushed for Rita to you know do our own thing and they did like press together and everything so that album would be called who knows who knows it. Feels it the unfortunate thing with this. Though was it all began to break for Rita just at a time. When Bob's health started it to be an issue so nineteen seventy-five Bob had an injury? Playing football one. Another player was wearing spiked heels. Starting not heels shoes and stepped on his big toe so bob ignored his toe. It never healed properly. And then in nineteen seventy seven he reinjured it and the nail fall off off so yeah after that a malignant melanoma developed. Bob Did not believe the doctors who diagnosed this. They said that they could take take care of it by cutting off his toe. But Bob was adamant about keeping it and no matter how much rita try to rationalize with him. He just wasn't having it. She says she could feel his anger and resentment towards her whenever she did mention it to him and it got to the point where she felt forced kind of support his decision to keep the peace. Keep the to-. Oh yeah so bob cat believing. There's a sore toe it's going to heal. He checked himself out of the hospital. He went on tour like that he was playing crazy. Shows was that last tour Rita talks about how she felt she was losing him. The bond was voting. His health was deteriorating. He was ignoring it working even harder than ever are up early for interviews doing double show. Sometimes she really felt helpless and they would always just get an arguments one time time when they were in New York for show. Bob Actually passed out in Central Park so Dr King checked on him. Check the to- which of course was getting worse worse and they said you know this is spreading but bob would not slow down. She says for the first time on a tour there was like so much secrecy people are trying to keep her away from him him things like that. A lot of people of course relied on Bob for their paycheck rates. Keeping him going when we know the story this is not unique. Exactly hiding musicians is pain the APP so this doctor finally was confronting Bob saying cancer like this to- it spread it's in your brain your liver it's in your lungs. The doctor said you know you're going to die and finally they decided okay like maybe Bob I need some rest so rita was like really outrage that it got to this point and she did everything she could. She got Bob Checked into a cancer treatment center in New York and later Miami for radiation treatments and Cindy actually came from England and together the cared for him while and you know waving their incredible women are incredible. Yeah at this point. Cindy had actually moved on in Nineteen eighty-one she would marry another man but her bopper still close. He was the father of her son right. She didn't stay until the end but she was certainly there to show her love and support. So I'm not going to go into the painful details of his struggle and deterioration Tirupati. He lasted longer than expected but ended up passing away on May Eleventh Nineteen eighty-one he was thirty six. Wow yeah read of chorus took it extremely hard. This was not only her great love but her first real experience with death to a month before his passing Bob Receive Jamaica's Order of Merit and after his passing tens of thousands came to mourn and pay their respects. The funeral is a celebration of him. Leaders from both th- political parties spoke the whalers played. You know the I three played and so did Rita Bob's kids. They were now known as the melody makers so so unfortunately like so many other stories told when the musician dies young and at a high point in their popularity of legal battles tend to ensue. Peter and Bunny the previous wheelers came the woodwork. Again there was issues there. A lot of random people came forward with crazy claims man pretending they're BOB's father. More supposed children. One of Bob's all that kind of stuff a big old mess big old mess. Yeah but Rita was really determined to fight and maintain. Bob's legacy make sure all all their kids were supported. So that's Rita formed our Rita Marley music or Robbie. Marlene music kind of both. She was Iraq. Didn't big business manager here at first but she knew she had to do it and it came with a lot of trial and error and like broken trust and stuff. She goes into detail in the book. You know if if you want to read about it check get out. I'm going to skip some of that. Another thing. That sounded familiar. WAS THAT RITA decided to turn the hope road home into the Bob Marley museum cool and that's operated by the Bob Marley Foundation which is a charitable organization. Rita says all the kids are involved in the place in one way or another and those who visit shouldn't be surprised to find one or more of them on the grounds on any given day that'd be cool to visit and Redes- Queen of Sheba. Restaurant has even survived. Yeah they also have a bit of a museum at Universal Missile Studios in Orlando which they've given a lot of artifacts in order to keep spreading his legacy so she didn't like a personal presley. Yeah exactly and Hank Williams kind of thing so many and they also put on concerts every year on his birthday that feature the family members and the I three so to go on to be involved in many more recordings and many of their children if not all of them went into music as well ziggy and the melody. Makers were a group from seventy nine two thousand and two. They won four grammys..
"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"She put her kids in the school. She made the home. She planted a garden. She got her license which was like a huge deal for her over time. Touring Allot so rita and the kids. It wouldn't seem for a while but when he did come home he was always going over there. To visit them really describes these times as more friendship base. There were still kind of figuring out their new roles in each other's lives lives. Bob was of course seeing other women. But there's always affection between her and Bob I like that. Yeah sometimes physical sometimes not but one thing that continued their musical relationship and trusting. Yeah many times Bob will come to visit. They'd sing or compose together. Apparently Rita actually helped him write a lot of the songs back then and as the kids were going up it became obvious that they shared the talent and passion of the family. So both of them of course really encouraged their kids and they would put on little like Marley shows as they called them in the cellar for friends and family. So with Bob Away as much as he was reading to find other friends and Amusements Schmidt Emmanuel own own Stewart who was known as tacky he was Jamaican soccer star. They developed a close friendship. which did not please Bob which is interesting? I was wondering during if something was going to be happening on her end with Saudi lt because she deserves a relationship right she does a stable one. She says that one time Bob Actually confronted tacky almost getting into a physical altercation and Baba's like you're sleeping with my wife. Ironically Bob shows up with a woman. He's sleeping within. has this fight like in front of her. So you know I guess he can screw whoever he wants but God forbid she does right so it's kind of like those incidents that led rita reaching her limit she says by nineteen seventy-three. Bob was just having so many public affairs. She didn't even want to be physically involved with him anymore. You know knowing he was having God knows however many other women at the same time his behavior also led to her taxis friendship turning into something more so he was really there for her. He saw what she was putting up with. Bob was concerned. He was not amused. So tacky. Really cared about the kids. It was there for them as well. You know anytime Baba's away. So there's there's very alarming and triggering and disappointing incident in the book. Sweat did want to warn people if you don't want to hear here's something negative. Go forward minute. Maybe so Rita says that. There's this incident in her words. She says that she was almost raped but she was definitely raped. She says at that point she'd really drawn the line with Bob. In regards to their sexual relationship it was over. She wanted nothing of it he he came over he wanted to have sex. She said no and she says he said you're my wife and I want to therefore it happened so she she says that happened and guess what no she gets pregnant so her third daughter. Stephanie was born in Nineteen Eighteen. Seventy four so because she was in these other relationships at the time and stuff some people including Bob Marley's mother claimed that Stephanie is not Bob but Bob always claimed her as her his own and Rita clearly believe so as well. I'm only adding name. Because I did more research on their kids online and I saw that okay. But tacky wasn't isn't even listed as a father. Another man is so I don't even know either way again. Bob Saw Stephanie is his and knowing he has super sperm. I'm not Indonesian it right. So Bob Asto providing for the family. They were working out there. ever-shifting relationships still having relationships with others. Rita Rita her own garden was becoming so successful that she ended up going into farming full-time. Nice Yeah Bob mcgarrell yeah. Bob Bought her. A farm agreed attended to it. She grew coconuts. nays bury's star apples oranges Avocados and more all organic and there was so much produce. Who says she had to give a lot away until Rita had a clever idea of opening up a little depot on hope road perfect? Yeah so bob was still there and always musician friends. So in Time Rita created the Queen of Sheba restaurant which was a huge success. It began as a juice bar but soon had an Donovan and they were creating more so this also helped to make read them more involved in Bob's life again in the kids as well 'cause she would bring them to hope road and they'd be there all day so things we're pretty good in their own way but as we know Rita does have this thing about wanting to be independent and at this point she starting to wonder you know. Should I divorce like like should we like. I don't know she you know she just wanted something of her own. She was feeling aimless. I guess a little bit. So this led Tarita joining a drama group that she describes as a light opera group and that led to read a singing again so from there she met up with some old friends. This who also some of Jamaica's top female singers Judi Moen and Marcia Griffiths who actually had a hit in the states called Electric Boogie and they performed together one night Eh. Marshes Greg's gigs. And the crowd went nuts and it incited that passion and read it again to be on stage so at the same time the whalers where ending their three album deal with island records and the other two wheelers weren't exactly happy with all the pr that had been done with the group. Going from the whalers to Bob Marley and the wailers was not something they agreed on and the other two members just decided to go their own way so that was really difficult for Bob but he pushed forward he kept the name found musicians. Got A new deal with island records just him and while recording his next album he asked Rita. Why don't you come down the studio? Bring your friends Martian Judy and when they got there they did backing work for a song he was working on at the time called natty. Dread and that session was so successful that it led to Bob asking asking the label if they would come on for the rest of the album if the getting compensated for it do you think they were actually read. It actually says says that in the book that Bob asked her like what how much and she was like. Whatever you're giving the other two so she stood up for herself off and yeah they were getting good pay and it was a huge deal for Rita indefinitely? Kind of reignited. Something there Bob then asked if Rita would come on tour with him singing on stage every every night and Rita and the girls who are now known as the I three they were on board and part of the band so thank God for Rita's and saving saving the day again agreed to take care of all these kids so they could go on tour they also had enough money now to hire a helper for her aunt and a friend took care of. Rita's restaurant yeah. Well she was away. Yeah so tour was a real exciting experience for Rita. She had done little ones before but now there were doing big ones. They had their own bus on hotel. Hotel rooms read insisted to be treated as one of the. I three not Mrs Marley Yup and even though she did still tend to Bob onto her she'd make sure his clothes were ready that he was eating properly and whatnot. She felt independent. They mainly toured Europe around this time usually for like three months at a time then they become home for a bit and and they were like that for the next seven years. Wow yeah also making albums inbetween. Of course I had no idea that their relationship had this kind of longevity yeah mazing and of course over seven years. There was lots of highs and lows. Their relationship went from something more to just friendship and back again again over time Bob would still bring his flings onto our times and when things were rough preteen them while also being super possessive of her what she she could and could not do on the road on Noyon Yeah. They're incidences where he would get jealous and acted irrationally over nothing and read it talks about having her two girlfriends friends in the band and how much that helped her greatly. Preda says sometimes on tour if we had an argument before the show and Bob wanted to apologize while we were performing wing. No woman no cry. He used that opportunity to come over to me. ONSTAGE put his arms around my shoulder sometimes with a kiss or a whisper and say say I love you in my ear. I was going to play that clip. But I'm going to play that at the end of the episode. I thought instead I play. Ah Ah tune that. Apparently Bob wrote four Rita to sing and it's called play play play. So let's play some Rita you. Yeah that.
"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Is The music thing ever going to workout. Are we ever going to get out of my aunt's house by Nineteen seventy-one Rita who was pregnant again and things still weren't looking up in case you're wondering by now Rastafarians do not believe in birth control or abortion so wall. She did not want to add another hungry mouth into the family her beliefs gotten away of that. I guess hey baby number four so to deal with this situation. Rita thought it was best to get out of her poor aunt's house. Who at this point was going nuts at the idea of having another person to help support Rita Rita was to move to Delaware with Bob's mother? Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though..
"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Well for this episode. I read Rita Marley's book. She wrote a memoir in two thousand thirteen gene called no woman. No cry my life with Bob. Marley fairly recent yeah. I liked that so her book isn't always written in the order. That things happened and I've done my best to put it in the order. Some things may be a little out of line but this is all her story and you know do my best to make part of the researching process I appreciate when a book is Non Linear it does give it a little bit of extra. I mean I like them both but I think it does make more sense when we do take what we've read and we do put it in a linear fashion and follow that kind of Schema of early life and and up until when they met their roster bs all right and it does make for an interesting breed when they do that. Yeah all right well Rita Marley. She was born Alfa Reta Constantia Anderson on July twenty fifth nineteen forty six in Cuba but she grew up in a neighborhood in a neighborhood called. Trench town. Which is located in Kingston Jamaica is in the one that Bob was always singing about in Bob? They they lived there together. All right in her book she describes the neighborhood as a ghetto that was full of thugs thugs and thieves killers. Sex Workers Gamblers but along with some of the bad was a lot of good and she learned very early on how to survive. And to do so you you have to be smart. You have to be ambitious. You have to be strong so those are really important things to her so anita was five years old. Her mother left so it was her father along with her brother Wesley. His name was Leroy Anderson. He was a carpenter and a musician and and his sister Viola agreed to take him and his kids in to live with her so she was really close to Viola and her grandmother growing up as well. So Rita's aunt sounds like a really great woman an incredible role model. She was a dressmaker of wedding clothes. And and they lived in one of the nicest houses in the neighborhood. Viola was the neighbor. Go to for any issues. She helps solve them. She created a weekly lottery three for the neighborhood where they would all put their money in and they would have a draw at the end of each week and she made sure everyone in the area voted as well so she was a really awesome Head of her time kind of woman. Great now reader's own. Mother never acted like one so having viola there she really got the love and you know female attention that she needed growing up. She was sort of her surrogate mother. Viola was also musical. She sang in the church choir and her uncle. Cleveland was also a singer so it was quite a musical family reader herself. How voice so very early on Viola was teaching her songs putting her in the church choir? All of that Jamaica had two radio stations and on Saturday one of them had a program called opportunity knocks where people all over would be giving opportunities that they were searching searching for so when Rita was ten she got on the show and she got to sing and won the contest. Oh Yeah so from that day on. Rita had the stream of being a singer. So things aren't always easy growing up though. Rita learned early on very early on about discrimination at school. The kids called her. Blackie toot suit. Because she had very dark skin in very white teeth oh so she talks on the book about Jamaica having this really long history of color consciousness racial struggle even just skin tones matter okay So it was also difficult for families to stay together and keep afloat financially. So what would happen was usually in Jamaica one or more family members would move to places just like the US or the UK for opportunities and then send money home to help the family back home. So when Rita was approaching her teen years her father decided go to England to help the family so reader and her brother assumed that they would be sent for in about a year or two but finances made that impossible. Her father other did keep in touch but she didn't see him again for more than ten years. How so this made her relationship with her aunt all the more important? She writes anti meant so much to me because she gave me the reason to be a tower of strength. She gave me that ambitious feeling. She'd say just because your mother left you and your father's gone doesn't mean you'll be nobody. I'm anti you're going to be someone anti so. When she was fourteen another passed away and she had a son who's eleven named Constantine or they call them Dream Walker and he came to live with them as well so they had grown up together and they were really close and her aunt had begun to teach them how to harmonize so in the evenings they would listen to the radio and perform all the songs together? They would get a station for Miami. That played things like Otis Redding Sam Cooke Tina Turner the supremes so all the goodies from America would influence her as well as the Scott downs of trench town. So her Jayme. We're getting so good that they began performing for the neighbors at half a penny apiece half a penny in Jamaica. The public education system is only free through elementary school but not everyone gets a full education. It was really interesting reading her book and Learning About Jamaica and you know from the forties onward and their progress and things they really fascinating book for anyone who wants to read more about that. It was really interesting so rita ended up getting a half scholarship and her aunt agreed to help pay for for the other half amazing. Yes she said that after a while they had coupled trouble though keeping up with the schoolbooks lunch money and all that so her brother Wesley who was in college at the time he got a day job and continued his schooling at night in order to help Rita. Wow yeah so by seventeen. They felt a responsibility though to pay her own way because she'd been living off her aunt for so long and her brother now so while she still wanted to be a singer she knew that she had to also be practical so she left high school and went straight into nursing school and she also enrolled in night school to learn shorthand and and typing in hopes of getting a secretarial job. So Rita's really on a path of making something for ourselves. So what should happen to sidetrack. All this she Meets a guy gets pregnant. You're right so she just begun weakening at Kingston's hospital than at eighteen years old. She gets pregnant. Rita talks about how much shame she felt. Teenage sexuality was just not something the thing that was okay. Yeah and her aunt was really disappointed in her family. Felt the same and they sent the boy off to England which was another huge huge blow for Rita so she says you know. They weren't love and they wanted to keep the baby. Though everyone around them was insisting she terminate but she refused and in November member of nineteen sixty four nineteen year old Rita had her first child who she named Sharon so though her aunt look good at that was her choice. Yes and she interesting that she had the in a way an option. Yeah and that's that was her choice. I was okay. Hey good and of course. Even though her aunt was not happy about the situation once Sharon arrived she fell in love with her. And things got better so with read out of school and not working in her main focus was her daughter and music pearn dream. We're still constantly singing at home and a girlfriend of hers named Arlene began to join them so they kind of formed this group. They were big fans of a group that were in Jamaica called the whaling whalers who were also a trio though three men and they were quoted not far from where she lived lived so she made it a mission to meet them they would pass her house on the way to the studio and she began to talk to them until one day she was like. I'm also a singer. Did you ever go on a mission mission to meet opposition. That's why did I remember those days. Like seeing a photo of someone or listening to to abandon then like making it my mission to either meet them or befriend them and then and then accomplished with an accomplishing it. Of course best feeling ever yes. That happened happen many times. That was my entire team years so she was like gamma singer and they were like Oh like why. Don't you perform for us so one of Wailers Robbie who come to the studio audition. Here's this man. Known as Sir Cox owner who owned one of the recording studios in town some raiders. He does father's friends also knew this cock zone man so it was set up for her and her friend and cousin to go and audition sing some songs for him and for the whalers so robby played guitar for them. It went really well so rita. Marlene and dream became the backing vocal team for the studio. Oh a side note about dream. He was only thirteen happening and the guys decided he needed a new nickname because they said only old men have dreams. The young men have visions so he became vision. That's cute yeah so rita talks of studio one being this wonderful creative space where everyone had a voice and a creative energy was just so wonderful. They'd be there all day and night but no one would complain because it was just so much fun right. They were now the whalers backing backing vocals but they also did backing work for other musicians. Who would come to the studio so they became known as the sole? Let's Cox suggested that Robbie helped train rain and rehearse them in this rita began having some feelings for this man. So this man is named Robert Nesta Marley. So Robert Moore Bob Bob as we know him. Bob was born on February. Six nineteen forty five. His father was captain Norval Sinclair Marley. A white retired hired British naval captain. who was close to sixty years old when he impregnated Bob's mother sadullah Malcolm who was only seventeen at the time? Yeah Yeah So. By the time city. They called her was linked stare. I don't know what you're saying. That by the time city was nineteen. She was married impregnated and ambandoned abandoned by the captain. Course Yep according to read Bob Claim team only ever met his father wants but like Rita he had this extended family on his mother's side. Who helped raise him? Yeah so Rita says that at first. Her relationship with Bob was more affectionate in a brother. Sister type type of way she was a young mother. Shouldn't exactly know how to navigate that situation and she really did feel all this shame of being an unwed teenage mom so she kept her child a secret from everyone at the studio but one day she was working. and run of. Rita's breasts started to leak. And Bob I noticed and she says he immediately started asking questions about the child. Is it a boy or girl. Where is she? Why did you keep her a secret? Where's the father can meet her so she says she felt concern and care coming from him and she was really impressed? Considering Bob was also still a teenager at this point he lives a year older than Rita. That's only during with the age. Difference was cool so right now I'd say they're like nineteen twenty. She says his interest in her child made her feel proud instead of ashamed and he told her go take a break go home feed Sharon that he would see her later and he did. He showed up at her house that evening so he could meet baby Sharon right so it was that moment that redes- feelings went from like a sisterly thing to something stronger and they became Kinda bonded. Sharon was about five months old and Rita was still corresponding with the father of Sharon. Who was in England? But Bob actually had issues with that and was like you gotTa stop..
"rita" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"rita" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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