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Fourth day of early voting in North Texas counties, including Dallas, surpasses 2016 numbers
"Continues to break records. Compared to early voting in the 2016 election. Friday was the fourth day of early voting and election officials in all four counties have reported that in person voting totals have exceeded those in the last presidential election. There are more registered voters this year compared to 2016, plus the population in North Texas has also increased. Dallas and Terrence counties reported
NYPD instructs officers to wear masks or face discipline
"Do flight flout the state's mask mandate could wind up in trouble themselves, Terrence Monahan said. All police officers have a responsibility to set an example and wear a face covering at all times. Indoors and outdoors. The only time they could take it off is when they're eating or drinking and failure to wear a mask or some other face covering, he said, can result in disciplinary action. On Monday, a memorial mass will be said at ST Patrick's Cathedral for the 46 police officers who have died from covert 19
Maskless New York PD officers to face disciplinary action, new memo says
"You may see fewer police officers going massless from now on a new department memo went out. NYPD chief of the department, Terrence Monahan was quite explicit. He said. All police officers must wear face coverings at all times when in public areas department facilities and whenever social distancing isn't possible, he added, The only time they shouldn't wear a mask is when they're eating or drinking. And if they don't wear a mask, they face disciplinary action, Monahan said. The police must lead the way it is our responsibility to set the example for our great city. And do everything we can to help ensure we do not have another hospitalized member bring this deadly infection into our homes or have another funeral chief Monohan sent out the warning about face coverings. Hours after President Trump was hospitalized with covert 19. There have been numerous complaints in the city about officers in uniform without a mask.
"terrence" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"West Point as did his sisters fathers a twenty three year veteran I see some great things for America because I see more and more black folk saying I don't care what anybody says I, get to choose my vote and if they vote Democrat so be it but I see more and more black folks saying I'm not going to let anybody else tell me how I have to vote because of my skin color. that. You know what I agreement like you know all this pandering month stop. and must stab you know telling people what they would you think they wanna hear. No, you need to focus on what people need. And not what you think they won't do here. You know it's all about policy and actually do something because most of these people who handed, they don't really do anything at all. You know they are just all talk no action, the people who are all talk no action at all, and that's why I like President Donald J trump because he does not pander to the minority community he does not pander one bit at all but would he do this? Is He do backflips and cartwheels for the black community he out of his way I mean this man has done so much easier champion. For the minority community before they Chinese virus ruined our economy I. Mean it demolished our economy present it. So before that black unemployment was at historic low all time low numbers people never seen before it was. So it was like low low low and We had a first black president who didn't who didn't even get down to those numbers I mean in the black community but president trump has more black people. Then all first black president, which is crazy Look what he did for Hvac used they the HP colleges they banned Obama they said Obama we're taught. Asking for funding can you just give us? Can you just make it to where we don't have come up print ask and Obama will not do it but guess what president trump did fact HP Is receiving more funding than they ever receive before and they don't have to come back and knock on the White House door anymore they will just continue to get it president trump did that you look at the a black black poverty then an all time low before Cogan nineteen, ruin our country I mean the Chinese virus Chinese nineteen before he got a country and look at the first step act that freed over thousands and thousands of black people from from prison is like a reversal of of of Bill Clinton's nineteen, ninety, four bill and. that. Bill was that bill was endorsed by Joe Biden. Bill And so president trump is doing so much. I..
"terrence" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"But I I have come to know people we've had him on the show of met people who have fostered children over the course of time and one thing you find is they never foster one child. It's so changes their life that they say you know what I don't know if we can afford it I. Don't know if we have enough tom but I know that I want to do everything possible to change this world and that's how you do it. Exactly you know the those are the real American heroes and you know in family who adopted me they already had children and they didn't have much money at all like they could. You know they had enough money to put clothes on my back and to feed me but they didn't have like they were not rich at all. You know one, one of the parents were not like they were not even working at the top one of them was just going to school stealing. You. Know it was still a struggle but they but you know what they had in their heart to to steal adopt because they knew that they could take care of a child. They might not have riches and you know the you know but you don't need. To Take Care of a child, you know if if if you can beat the if you can afford to eat out and you can afford for that child to be under your roof then why not and they did it you know they sacrificed a few dollars and say you know what we can afford to take care of this boy and I really appreciate that because they didn't have to you know. But the Bangla that he did it was just such. A blessing and I've met all kinds of foster parents out there. I'm me and they spend their whole life having kids all in their home and they wanNA THEY WANNA adopt them obligate but is it possible? You know I mean it's just impossible to adopt a mall but sad that they that people have to.
"terrence" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Don't have the luxury to worry about frigging Rove's. I'm too busy trying to keep my family. And for the first time in my life I, actually see a way out. Just that little bit of hope is enough for me to have a fire in my belly bow would have freaking. Charts again world man if kissing office man I don't WanNa do. I'm voting for my family. And I'm voting for black people like me trying to be the same damn thing. I'm one of those men. Lord. A scene for this campaign season on our show has been that people can no longer be told how to vote they might be gay or young, or a woman, or an immigrant, or Hispanic or black, or any other number of people who were told before that, you're required to be Democrats and people are seeing the light. And saying, no, I get to vote for who I want to vote for. One of the guys who led the charge all the way back in two thousand sixteen, which seems like a long time ago, and it was in many ways they've been such vast. County because some people were bold enough to stand up and say, don't tell me how to vote I get my own vote and I'm going to cast it. As I want terrance Williams is a popular social media commentator actor Comedian Successful Entrepreneur in two thousand sixteen. He first came to our attention with a facebook live video that made him one of the most recognizable voices in this country for Donald Trump on Hannity. Greg Gut. Failed more importantly on this show and he's a featured comedian on the deplorables tour and he's got a book coming out from the Foster House to the White House. Hardcover it's terrance. Williams and we're happy to have you sir. Welcome back. Thanks for having me on. It's been a whirlwind ride hasn't it? Last? Four years have been have been kind of good for terrance Williams. Man You know what? The last four years have been kind of good for America. Well said my man well said..
Met Opera skips this season, 1st Black composer opens '21-22
"And devastating news here from the Metropolitan Opera. They're going to skip the entire season for the first time, it is nearly 140 year history. And it tends to return from the pandemic layoff. Next September will be the company's first presentation of a black composer. Terrence Bland charts. Fire Shut up Might in my bones That's going to be the next September again. This is the first time the Metropolitan Opera is going to be giving its entire season. They will not be back until next September. That news just coming in. In the opera world. 12
"terrence" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"terrence" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind
"And Talismanic matchy and Sympathetic magic all of these things flourished really. Not As A. Throwback. But as a kind of prelude to modern science, modern science is an incredibly demonic enterprise and we will see as we discuss this stuff that in an curious and little rarely discussed way be program the agenda of of match it cold dissidence in Europe have been entirely achieve by the forces of what we call modernity. It's simply that it has been done in an entirely secular metaphor I mean, if you take even the the trivial belief about al Qaeda's that they were concerned with changing lead into goal. Of course that isn't what it was about but there were plenty of con-artists running around on the periphery of these deeper scenes who were claiming they could change led into go. Well, in the twentieth century, we routinely change led to go you do it with Neutron Bomb Bartman in particle accelerators, and of course, it costs far more to do it than the worth of the goals that you get out. But that really wasn't point was it was to prove that it could be done. The dreams of creating the among cumulus. Our. Dreams. That dove tailed directly into the aspirations of monitoring biology genetics. So forth and so on. The. The great chain of being of Aristotle is animated given a dimension of motion and low and behold becomes the Darwin Wallace theory of evolution. The MARSILI talks about this about how all the chemical dreams of the fifteenth and sixteenth. Century I've been brought to fruition in the twentieth century but again in the absence of magical rhetoric. But certainly, in the spirit of match ICAL and Faustian recklessness for sure I mean this is scientists you know they claim such devotion to truth. The decency must stand in the way because they serve a higher God. Then human values, they serve the goal lamb of the truth in some weird way that makes the truth. Okay. Even if it kills you. I studied philosophy from Paul fire album, and he used to say at the beginning of visit histopathology one on one course. I will teach you recognize the truth and I will teach you to ask the question. What's so great about it. So now you've got the truth. So what's so great about it? it was fourteen sixty when these manuscripts were brought to Florence. Those of you with photographic memories can see the timely signage sure as it turns over enhance through the floor and. The COSIMO Domenici immediately ordered Pacino to abandon his work on plaza on Plato and. And the Pine Mandour which was one of these. Books, which had been it was the only one which existed in Europe. Even, in partial form during the Dark Ages. Et cosimo died in in fourteen, sixty four, but the translation project to went forward and Just. So you understand that the tree, the developmental process in western magic goes basically all goes back to this Florentine translation project, and from there people who were well-placed got a hold of this stuff the most important person probably being. A person. Certainly an unsung hero in the development of Western thought truth feminists bishop of spun. High. And family us wrote a book. He was really a manuscript. It was never printed as a book in his lifetime, but later called the standard graphics. And in it, he could fourth many of these magical doctrines and also encryption methods for code making and breaking so that this stuff could be circulated done through the eyes of the clergy without. Causing a problem And then the the development of western matching splits into two strains the Bruno, strain. Giordano Bruno I understand he's running for president of the United States this year. Giordano Bruno and his school he was a Franciscan monk who ended up being burned at the stake, his sin for which he was burned at the stake was he was sitting on a rooftop of one of these Italian city states one evening presumably smoking some pretty decent booth they brought in from North Africa and He was looking at the stars and he occurred to him. These things are son. These little points of light are like the son Jesus Christ and in a single moment the. became infant. Said if these are son and he just you know his mind was Bongo literally I mean. Can you imagine inside the Medieval worldview where they have these concentric shells of angels and demons in the fall this suddenly this guy gets it in a single moment and he sees that the universe is in. And he begins to say so. And this is against Sarah Stoffel and the church just goes nuts and they drive him out of Italy and he has a whole bunch of adventures in England places eventually makes the mistake of coming back to a place in northern. Italy where he's betrayed by his patron and he is He's burned at the stake for a point of view which all of us take quite for granted. The other strain of magic coming down from trick them miss is the D. strain and it is a bit more accessible to people like ourselves because John was an Englishman and he wrote in English and so you don't have to conquer a sixteenth century Italian or or late Latin in order to read him although he wrote a lot in Latin as well. D is a very interesting character worth spending some time on because d is the last person to be able to unify into one world view science and mathematics and magic and strategy all together. So he is the greatest magician of his age and the greatest scientist of his age. He designed the navigation instruments that Sir Francis Drake used to go around to the. The Cape Horn and.
First night of Democratic National Convention focuses on unity and pandemic toll
"Night of the Democratic National Convention, 10 10 wins. Newsman Al Jones is live at the 10 10 wins convention desk out tidy two hours, speakers, memorials and slick production. This first virtual national convention had only a few hiccups and Ended strong former first lady Michelle Obama talking about the complexities of being president. You simply cannot fake your way through this job. As I've said before. Being president doesn't change who you are. Oil. A presidential election can reveal who we are to essentially the former first lady telling America they gotta do over this November Earlier, it was New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on covert 19 tearing into the federal government's continued response to the pandemic. So today, six months after it began, the nation is still unprepared. Americans learned the critical lesson. How vulnerable we are when we're divided. And how many lives can be lost when our government is incompetent? Let's bring in New York State Democratic Party chair J. Jacob's. Well, It wasn't exactly the tale of two cities, but pretty solid us from Cuomo. What did you think? Now. The night has also been about covert 19 fractured politics, racial injustice, Vic giving their testimonials, including George Floyd's brother, Terrence, who called on Americans to remember and mourn all those who have died at the hands of police for the names we do not know. The faces. We'll never see Dove who can't mourn Because their murders didn't go viral. The first of 4/9 comes to an end and just eight hours of total convention in this time of Cove in 19 ABC is Adam Kelsey now joins US Live. Adam Democrats have to be pleased at how this first night unfolded. Okay, I hear you, but I'm here. Okay, Adam, if you could, uh, what do you think about the first night? Democrats have to be pleased with what they saw and heard. Well, really impressive the way that they covered quite a bit of ground everything from racial justice to the economy. We heard a little bit about healthcare from Bernie Sanders. Just a few minutes ago, Andre had the inclusion of of those former Republicans speaking about the way in which they've been disappointed by Donald Trump by his actions, by the way that the country is in a state of disunity and why they're defecting to Democrats. Of course, a lot to talk about the current virus pandemic is well strong remarks from Andrew Cuomo, who Stickley compared the federal government to the virus and says in not so many words, that the federal government is sick right now, and it cannot be cured unless there is new leadership. And then, of course, the star of the show, the former first lady Michelle Obama, wrapping up her remarks just a second ago. Always, you know, one of the most beloved political figures in this country and and and setting the stakes for this election, rather clearly saying that the United States can either take a step back towards decent. See under a Joe Biden presidency. Or they can have four more years of turmoil. A message when delivered by Michelle Obama is really going to hit home, I think with lots of voters Yeah, You know, One thing we're not hearing is a lot of Trump bashing. Now there seems to be an obvious set to go. I, as Michelle Overland said made a lot different than, say, Philadelphia. Do you think maybe there was a lesson learned that that didn't work? We gotta kind of method out without just constantly meant mentioning the president. Yeah, well, I certainly think a big part of that is not trying to demonize former Trump voters who may be thinking about voting for Joe Biden. I think the last thing they want to do is make you know, potentially hundreds of thousands. Americans in swing states like Michigan and Wisconsin and Ohio feel bad about themselves feel bad about taking a chance on President Trump four years ago because those airboats that they're going to desperately need come November, so there certainly was criticism of the president, but many speakers did not mention him by name. The former Republican governor of Ohio. John Kasich, who was a big speaker tonight made on Ly passing reference to the president while talking about kind of the situation overall in Washington, D C and why he's supporting Joe Biden. And I think that was really important for Democrats as well because as much as they might want to focus and talk about President Trump, There are a lot of Democrats who voted for other candidates in the presidential primary. Who still maybe warming to Joe Biden and so a sales pitch on their behalf. You know, particularly from somebody like Bernie Sanders to sell to the progress Sieves that are out there that why Joe Biden is the right candidate for them. I would say that that's just as important as continuing to hammer home that President Trump, you know, has thes fault that they want Teo Teo replacing and to do a better job with
"terrence" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"In America have not had that experience, and so I, you know I don't care who the president was being. The White House is an honor. You know that's that-that's privileged to be invited. To meet the president. Out I'm still cloud nine I'm still on cloud nine, and that was like when was that and that was at the. Twenty nineteen and I'm still on clown I still can't believe it and president trump was so real. You know he has a I can't even explain his Bob Airasia. It was like meeting a next. It was like talking to next door neighbor. You know he made you feel comfortable because a lot of times you go to these places like you go to the White House are you are hanging around politicians? A lot of them are all UPI and they got their shoulder is a the walking like you know the military you know. You feel like you are out of place but president trump may me and everybody else in the White House said he invited you know he made us feel like we were at home aunt the White House is the People's home. You know that that is the People's house in. He made us feel like we were at home So con-, and so real. And not a racist at all not a racist at all and not only did I not only was able to meet him He. Invited me to speak on stage. Charlie Kirk. Didn't even see that coming. Talents right. That that was a surprise. And so so what do you have to say when people say that trump is a racist and all these awful things? What's your response to that? Well, trump is rates his will I well I. You know I don't only use it back that I met him that he treated me very very, very nice. 'cause a racist person the hates black people they will not want to talk to them shake their hand or anything and they're sure would not have been any black leadership summits at the White House for one, and he probably would have a council African American. History that event at the White House, but I'll bring up his policies Charlie. Okay. Bring him his policies. Before the pandemic before this Chinese virus hit America. which I think was intentional but I'm not gonNA go there but before this Chinese virus. Black unemployment was at an all time low. Record low, not just low record low. The numbers were lower than they were when Obama was the president the. President trump has done more for the black community in the first black president. And people say, well, it is. The jobs are all you can bring the jobs no lack proverty. was at an all time low before this pandemic. What else Charlie I mean let's go down the list here H H. Age. Gave them a whole I like I. Say he gave them a whole lot of money. Now, if he did not like black people, why would he do that? Why would he want a racist? If you know the history of the KKK, the history of real racist people they didn't won't black people to have knowledge. They didn't want black people to have They did not want black people to go to school and get an education. So why would a race his man fun? Fun HPC while he do that, win real racists in real KKK members don't want black people to have an education. So. Best. Best, run. Lost that's that's what I'm trying to figure out. Then the first step. President trump the sign that he left that alone. Because for one. He did not. We all know in twenty sixteen. He did not win because of the black vote. Okay. So if he was racist, he could have been like you know what? Since a bunch of black people in vote for me at twenty sixteen? I'm not doing anything for them. But he did not do that. He did not say that you know why? Because he is all about the American people regardless of color. Because at the end of the day, it's not about race. It's not about color. We're all humans we're all Americans and he's putting everybody in America first because Charlie you my brother I'm your brother you are my neighbour we can't you. We have to have a president as fighting for everybody you know you can't help you. You can't just help a white person not help a black person because we all brothers and sisters you know what? I'm saying so you can't. You can't lead people out in this country when you are the president and he he knows that saw regardless of in all these liberals at our hate him calling him racist trump is still helping hill. He's still helping to. He's still helping me. That's right because you know why? Because that's why he ran. That's what he promised to have everybody in this country. So they can amiss me with all that he's racist stuff and I'm GonNa tell you. Out when I went to my first rally in Dallas. Texas. Last year. Was the last year was last year I went to my first rally. And my Uber driver. A pick me up in a couple of other people and He said now he didn't pick us up directly from the trump rally. We were at a restaurant and he picked us up but he figured we were at the trump rally and he says, so were you guys at the trump rally and I'm thinking my head all my goodness. He is about to start talking crap about Donald trump so asset yes. In he was the Black Guy, he said, all this sub is I'm gonNA. Take in I was like are you a trump supporter? He said no I'm not but I'm voting for him in twenty twenty. I said Oh why are you voting for him? If you don't support him, he said because. He said now that this is the thing he said, I might not like some things about him but I like his policies he said more he said more he said tweets at or more years of trump me four more years of extra money in my pocket. Four more years of trump meets four more years of extra food that I can put on the table for my children. That's why I'm voting for him. He said I'm voting for me. It's a vote for my family is a vote for me, and that's what people need to understand it is when you when you are out voting, you're not just voting for trump need to vote for you at this president is doing something that is going to help you in benefit benefits benefits. This country make a vote for you make a vote for this country voting for trump is voting for America voting for Joe Biden voting for China, and you don't even live in China so. Let's talk about Joe Biden. So terrence tell us your take on Joe Biden. He's very corrupt. He said some very racist things before you've had some hilarious videos about Joe. Biden let let at. First Charlie. I do want to say shame on his wife Shame on his campaign, shame on his friends and his family for allowing him to run in making A. Shame on them for allowing him to make a fool out of yourself. You Know Adam. Sell. His wife knows he has a a mental problem. Okay. We are all aware that Joe. Biden is not all there. He's not all the way there in the mind. And they are Sin. Watch. But Joe Biden has lost his everlasting mind. He's been in office for over would charlie. Let's say what like Three decades.
NYPD Chief Monahan among injured in New York City protests; dozens arrested
"Will stop the violence. But at the end of the thing, it was, well, everything but a big scuffle in Lower Manhattan, which left several police officers, including a police chief with minor injuries. Mars included community leaders and clergy on their way to a prayer rally. But the march took a detour if you will, 10 10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria Tonight Prayer rally was was organized organized by by clergy clergy members members from from Brooklyn, Brooklyn, some some elected elected officials officials and and the the Police Police Sergeants Sergeants Benevolent Benevolent Association. Association. It It started started out out peacefully peacefully as as they they walked walked across across the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge Bridge with with a a police police escort. escort. But But as as they they got got closer closer to to City City Hall Hall Park, Park, they they were were met met by by counterculture counterculture protesters. protesters. People People who who want want to to defund defund the the police. police. They They fought fought with with police police officers officers hitting numbers. Dicks and throwing nuts and bolts of three police officers suffered head injuries. Chief of the department Terrence Monahan had one of his fingers broken. 38 Protestors were arrested in all clergy, then continue to walk around City Hall Park, where they finally prayed on Broadway. They prayed prayed to to stop stop the the shootings shootings and and with with that, that, god god For For those those of of us us who who are are here here today today that that is is pray pray for for those those who who have have departed departed those those who who have have become become victims victims to to assess assess his his body's one creature said radical prayers will bring about radical results. Harold, You're 10 10 wins at City Hall Park. Meantime,
64 shot, 13 fatally, in Chicago this weekend
"Another violent weekend. Chicago's left 13 people dead. More than 60 others wounded. Ah, handful of teenagers was among at least 63 people who were shot over the weekend. One of them a 15 year old was killed. At least a Terrence Maldon was walking on 98th and Hoxie and the Jeffrey Manor neighborhood Friday afternoon when someone in a passing car shot him. Meanwhile, early this morning, Illinois state police a woman was wounded when someone shot at the car she was in on the outbound Dan Ryan Expressway near 47th Street. All of the city's weekend murders happened in the south and West sides.
Bill de Blasio orders MORE New York City cops as gun violence surges
"Not not not not gun gun gun gun violence. violence. violence. violence. The The The The mayor mayor mayor mayor was was pressed pressed today today to to explain explain how how things things will will improve improve the the mayor mayor getting getting onboard onboard as as shootings shootings Serge Serge 250 250 people people shot shot over over the the past past month, month, but but we're we're gonna gonna need need all all hands hands on on deck deck to to address address this this issue. issue. He's He's meeting meeting with with community community leaders leaders in in Harlem Harlem in Upper in Upper Manhattan, Manhattan, where where numbers numbers spiked spiked over over the holiday the holiday weekend. weekend. NYPD NYPD chief chief of of department, department, Terrence Terrence Monahan Monahan says says neighborhood neighborhood policing policing involves involves input, input, so so we we need need to know to know the the community community how how they they want want their their neighborhood. neighborhood. Police Police Police Police Commissioner Commissioner Dermot Dermot Shea Shea called called the package the package of of bills bills passed passed by by the the City City Council Council insane, insane, he he says, says, We We need need laws laws that that makes makes sense. sense. Juliet Juliet Papa. Papa. 10 10 10 10 wins. wins. NEWS. NEWS. The The NYPD NYPD
Gun Violence Continues In New York City, But Officials Disagree On Root Cause
"Not not gun gun violence. violence. The The mayor mayor was pressed today to explain how things will improve the mayor getting onboard as shootings Serge 250 people shot over the past month, but we're gonna need all hands on deck to address this issue. He's meeting with community leaders in Harlem in Upper Manhattan, where numbers spiked over the holiday weekend. NYPD chief of department, Terrence Monahan says neighborhood policing involves input, so we need to know the community how they want their neighborhood. Police Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called the package of bills passed by the City Council insane, he says, We need laws that makes sense. Juliet Papa. 10 10 wins. NEWS. The NYPD
New York Mayor De Blasio Addresses Spike in Gun Violence
"The the city. city. Mayor Mayor de de Blasio Blasio is is addressing addressing the the sharp sharp rise rise in in shootings shootings this this way. way. It It has has to to be be with with the the full full participation participation the the community community and and that's that's where where I'm I'm going going to to be be working working on on today, today, he's he's heading heading to to Harley. Harley. I'm to speak to leaders there. The numbers jumped there and in Upper Manhattan over the holiday weekend, the police Department sites many factors. Chief of department Terrence Monahan, It's a combination of things down on the form. Hold it. Releases from prison court shut down, He says there's animosity toward police in certain areas. But he says people who are supportive of safety in their neighborhoods must speak up. Julia Papa, 10 10 wins news At his news conference today, Governor Cuomo was asked if the NYPD
"terrence" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Younger brother Terrence thank god we also love to my brother it was a day of remembrance cry for further action New York City is reporting no new coronavirus deaths for the first time since mid March but the virus is still out there and CDC had Dr Robert Redfield is concerned that it could sweep through people of attended demonstrations across the country we really want those individuals is highly considered being evaluated get tested a judge in Georgia has ruled in the case of three white men charged with killing black jock jogger Ahmad armory that there is probable cause to send it to trial a special agent for the Georgia bureau of investigation testified that one of the defendants used a racial slur after the killing of all mod or bury in February Richard dial laid out the case against father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and William Roddy Brian Mr Bryan said that after the shooting took place before police arrival well Mr already was on the ground that he heard Travis Michael make a statement federal hate crime charges could be filed in the case Laura Podesta CBS news stocks are mixed on Wall Street today the Dow was up twelve points while nasdaq fell sixty seven this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com an unarmed black man was killed by police maybe a suffocation that is local attorney James Bible now he isn't talking about George Floyd he's talking about man well Ellis who died of suffocation while in Tacoma police custody March third no Bible the Ellis family attorney told car radios universal show he is concerned that the Pierce county sheriff's office has been tapped to investigate if they work too closely together there to link there in this essentially the same jurisdiction and I think that all they're trying to create is some sort of illusion that they did something without sharing information with the public the medical examiner says drugs and a heart condition also contributed Alice's death protesters calling for police reform once again outside Seattle's Capitol Hill police precinct car radios Nicole Jennings is there definitely a large crowd gathered here at eleventh and pine just outside of the Seattle police department you really think that's false and find our data cloud number at least a couple of thousand and it's it's growing by the minute large groups of people are walking from every direction join Burke music playing people are drowning people are chanting definitely is a very feeling of being alive in the air people are here they're you know they're rallying for black lives and they want their voice to be heard as Washington county's move toward re opening new cases of coronavirus continue to climb car radios Hannah Scott has the latest numbers three hundred new cases of corona virus have been reported in the state as of yesterday bringing the total number up to just under twenty two thousand five hundred however deaths have slowed to the single digits for several days with at least one day with zero deaths in the state from corona virus eleven hundred thirty five people in Washington state have now died from covert nineteen several counties including Pierce and Snohomish avast moving to phase two of the governor's plan that lists coronavirus restrictions that would allow more indoor shopping and restaurant dining hair salons and barbershops could re open to some good news sound transit says it is running out of money because of the pandemic board chair can't keel I'm just encouraging us to keep our eyes focused on the prize on certain times but if you keep rifles and presently we can deliver what citizens and voters she found tragic specs to lose seven to twelve billion dollars over the next twenty years and my need to go back to voters to ask for more money to finish what they've started.
George Floyd protests continue, but stay mostly peaceful
"Protests across the country were largely peaceful Tuesday night into Wednesday morning protesters in many cities defied curfew orders and marched in the streets police continue to make arrests the Associated Press estimates there have been some nine thousand protest related arrests since George Floyd died in Minneapolis police custody more than a week ago Floyd's brother Terrence brought his brother's young daughter to a Minneapolis news conference on Tuesday to call for justice my six year old daughter I have a dog so this is my passion yeah I want to know why I'm here while I'm standing while I'm here because
Memorial service held for George Floyd
"Memorial service was held Tuesday for George Floyd the black Minneapolis man whose death triggered mass unrest against police brutality and racism Floyd's brother Terrence Floyd says he wants peace and justice it's my brother's six year old daughter I have a dog so this is my question is do I want to know why I'm here while I'm standing while I'm here because my my my brother is going to have to live without him look at the tears from rocks this is why I'm here I'm still trying to decide Amanda Stanton my brother I'm gonna get justice for my brother four officers involved in Floyd's arrest on suspicion of trying to use a fake twenty dollar bill have been fired third degree murder charges are pending against Derek Charlotte the officer who knelt on pledges throat as he begged for help and passed out
"terrence" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"We will be repetition in every case of police brutality the same thing as what happened yup yup just ended there don't move don't move good is not this stuff is always stuff so they won't have to destroy our stop there was another one of them is another word yeah right that's the way think about Terrence Boyd brother of George Floyd in the midst of file what ended up becoming a more peaceful demonstration yesterday in Minneapolis talking about voting something that we've been discussing over the past couple of weeks extensively and that is often the elections that have been closest to us and have the biggest impact on our daily life in the case of what Terence is saying isn't that true in Minneapolis something we need to be mindful of right here at home in South Florida and hopefully higher engagement as I brought you recently we average in South Florida ever the past decade about seventy four percent turnout for presidential elections but if it's a municipal only election only around twelve percent we need to do better there's elections most certainly do matter L. I have to queue in a is for you today what I was able to get to yesterday during the course of our very busy broadcast and I wanted to was still bring it to you about the George avoid fall out in protest and violence that found their way to Florida especially South Florida and the everyday I do feature a lesser questions submitted by one of these methods you may email me pry my did I hurt media dot com tweet me upright but ready originally prime not on Facebook and this entry was this notes Brian you hit the nail on the head when you said the Minneapolis mayor's non response to the mobs set the stage for violence across the country my question is why it's allowed to happen who couldn't see this coming across the country after the looters got away with what they got away with it's as sad as it is outrageous to see violence breaking out in cities across the country and it's frightening when it's happening right here in South Florida I hear you and I think you're right to wonder me worried because I am no first let's talk about the view the possible and the good news is that most of us would harm others given the opportunity and this includes carrying out violence vandalism robbing businesses the problem is as we've seen over the past week it doesn't take many in a group to create a significant amount of damage and destruction to communities and I understand how many in society might be willing to engage in bad behavior if they perceive an opportunity all use data for the most comprehensive study conducted in the United States on felony behavior the study was the growth scope and spatial distribution of people with felony records in the United States it covers sixty two years basically the adult lives of generations of people have found this three percent of all adults commit felonies three percent now it's based on official incarceration records in successful felony convictions so it's possible probably likely that the actual number a little bit higher but it's instructive regardless so if you factor in that at any given time around three percent the population has it in them to commit atrocities if they see the the window of that opportunity then you know the lack of an effective response to Minneapolis absolutely showed the view the possible too many of these would be bad actors and then the country of three hundred twenty million people you have nearly ten million at that point who have or will commit felonies among us it's a big number and Florida that's six hundred and sixty thousand people and the question is will local officials do what's right and what's needed to protect this war will they allow the criminal element to seize control and to do what they did with looting and destroying businesses I mean it we we saw actually the worst example of it in our state not here but actually in Tampa over the weekend are the champs sports I was burned to the ground and numerous buildings destroyed and fact it got so bad in Tampa Saturday night you had an apartment complex burned down so you know in Miami we saw more strong response soon as the criminal activity began dozens of arrests were made and we did see that a solid majority of them were from outside this area now I've got more on that coming up next hour but all this does come back to local leadership and there is a ideological Benda my factor into this as well sixty four of the one horned hundred largest cities do you have Democrats as mayors and maybe policies that go along with that type of political background and that you know we've bucked that trend to a certain degree both Jacksonville and Miami have Republican mayors that's again somewhat unusual for larger cities an easy one we take a look at crime you know it comes up as an election topic all the time trying but we rarely are these types of situations considered one talk crime we're not thinking about riots generally but it is certain times of maximum adversity like during the run a virus in anti police demonstrations that I I think you get to see what your local government is really made up we've seen a lot of that what a teachable moments during the pandemic during what's happened with these demonstrations and also the handling of violence as it's broke out now thankfully we have seen that for the past day things have calmed down considerably in South Florida and it has become peaceful once again and I'd like to thank everybody in law enforcement who's had a hand in making that happen I can't imagine how difficult it's been for you now I joining us from NBC news radio is Nicole Wilson she has been in Minneapolis covering the past few days and Nicole thank you so much for taking the time with us no worries I appreciate being here it looks like it had been Hey I'm much calmer evening there and take a much better circumstance in Minneapolis over the past day absolutely we're waking up to a a sense of more call this morning then we have and and some of the days prior to today we've seen a gradual change over the last several days each day seems to get better as it relates to looting and destruction in the community they call a powerful moment yesterday and the might end up being the single moment of something constructive that comes out of this tragedy that of Terrence Boyd the brother of George who called on peace and to use your voice into a boat I'm not to to cause the destruction talk a little bit about that moment in hell that reverberated through the community I think it always sends a message and it's always a strong message when the family members of the victim say Hey we have the right to be angry est of them all and we are not engaging in this type of activity so what gives you the authority and so saying things like that and telling them to stop and pleading with them not to let that be the legacy of their loved ones really really makes a difference and it's still in the community I think that coupled with some of the actions that we've seen across the city have certainly contributed to the slowdown and looting and other destructive behaviors that we're seeing thank all speaking of those behaviors one of the things that came to mind here you have so many businesses that have been struggling because of the pandemic to begin with and then you have other businesses I'm too including the target stores that are providing goods to the community during a time of need how much concern is there in the community about an access to needed supplies in an already difficult economic situation I think many people including some of the ones who mainly some of the ones who live in this area that has been destroyed are genuinely concerned about people who come into the community that is already impacted by the trauma caused by the police in this situation and now they have further trauma because they lose some of their resources as you mentioned I did happen to speak with the target representatives and they say listen we're committed to this community and we're going to do everything we can to have that store opened again by the end of the year so even the people the businesses recognize the impact that they have in those communities speaking with Nicole Wilson from NBC news radio national correspondent covering the situation in Minneapolis big development later in the afternoon yesterday when the family's independent all top three results showed a slightly different outcome than what the state autopsy officially produced and it looks like we could have a potentially a an investigation into the state's work what's the latest there you know it's it's part of the the thing that I keep hearing over and over and over in this community they do not trust the government and so last week when the county coroner came out despite what people thought on that video instead Hey there's no evidence that this person that George Lloyd was at sixty eight eight he actually died because of underlying medical conditions that people enough for any further made them believe that they have no trust in the people who are in these positions and so as we know the flake family hired their own expert to conduct the second Oct tapped the that autopsy came back and said actually there are no medical conditions that contributed to his death he died of the creation because of the neck and back compression that stop the blood from flowing to his brain and the reason why I ask could end up being so significant is towards intense so you have the officer responsible it's been charge of third degree murder and manslaughter but the change in all talks result could end up leading to second some believe perhaps even a first degree murder charge I Nicole we take a look at the other officers many wondering what's going to happen with these other three anything at this point we don't have any official confirmation I do have the chief of police who came out to the site of the memorial site the other day and it's not very typical for a law enforcement agent agent particularly someone at his level to speak about potential charges or even give any indication of such well this particular day he said he believes the other three officers are listed in the crime we can call the crime now because it has been deemed a homicide the chief of police to stay these officers are complicit and should be held to the same degree of accountability is is is an indication to me that they are at least pursuing an opportunity to bring some charges against them as well it seem as though that's going to be an important piece of this puzzle for people to believe that there is any kind of justice in this and handling this investigation Nicole thank you so much I really terrific up there we do appreciate it thank you have a good day for you as well all right we'll be right back that'll your top trending stories here in the bright light show newsradio six ten WD good morning five ninety five he's been a knob hill road crash blocking the right lane delays.
Men Hired for Sexual Fantasy Broke Into Wrong House
"In an adult fantasy God. Wrong to men with machetes. Entered the wrong house in New South Wales Australia before quickly. Realizing their error one of them has now been acquitted of intern home. Armed with the weapon in July nineteen is a media report. They had been hired to carry out a client's fantasy of being tied up in his underwear and rubbed with a broom. The judge concluded the facts of the case or unusual. The role play was arranged over facebook by a man is Griffin New South Wales. Who provided his address? He was willing to pay five thousand Australian dollars. If it was really good the judge said however the client moved thirty miles away and did not tell the two men. They entered a house on the original street of the original address when the resident notice a light on his kitchen at six fifteen in the morning he assumed it was a friend who came by daily to make morning coffee when the men called out the name of their client. The resident turned on the light removed. A SLEEP APNEA mask. He was wearing. It was vinny saw them standing above his bed with machetes which they appear to have brought props for the role play when they realized their error. What are the pair said? Sorry mate and shook his hand and left the the two men in drove to the correct address where the client noticed. One man had a great big knife in his trousers and asked him to leave the weapons in their car. The client then cooked bacon eggs and noodles in a short time later. The police arrived at the property found the machetes in the car and arrested the bear. The judge ruled. The evidence did not suggest the men's actions were intentional. They carried the machetes. Either as a prop or something. To use that fantasy the fantasy was unscripted and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out a lawyer for terrence. Leroy one of the accusers said it was a commercial agreement to to tie up and rub a semi naked man and his underpants with a brown. Three was was not with intent to intimidate.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Lee saying <Speech_Male> no I said. <Speech_Male> What is he doing <Speech_Male> will? He's telling <Speech_Male> her. No what is <Speech_Male> he doing? <Speech_Male> And it took <Silence> me like <Speech_Male> six <Speech_Male> weeks of a Herschel <Speech_Male> to finally understand. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> What is <Speech_Male> the character doing <Speech_Music_Male> in <Speech_Music_Male> the dialogue? That <Speech_Music_Male> everybody thinks <SpeakerChange> his play <Speech_Male> riding is really <Speech_Male> the only? <Speech_Male> The tip of the iceberg <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> are real. Job is play <Speech_Male> Vikes. <Speech_Male> He's <Speech_Male> what he's doing <Speech_Male> as we can <Speech_Male> all talk to. What <Speech_Male> are we doing? What is <Speech_Music_Male> attention <Speech_Music_Male> and I wonder if I would <Speech_Music_Male> have ever learned that <Speech_Music_Male> us. <Speech_Male> My I play the <Silence> one that had someone <Speech_Male> pulling <Speech_Music_Male> aisling eckerd off <Speech_Male> the stage <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> getting into <Speech_Male> fistfights with my <Speech_Music_Male> cast was very <Speech_Male> literary. <Speech_Male> It certainly <Speech_Music_Male> was <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> proof that I'd <Speech_Music_Male> gone to Columbia <Speech_Music_Male> Chrome loudly <Speech_Music_Male> and <Speech_Male> you know a lot <Speech_Male> of big words. I knew <Speech_Male> a lot of fancy <Speech_Male> concepts <Speech_Male> and Elaine <Speech_Male> really taught me it was <Speech_Male> like to work in theatre <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> living human <Speech_Male> being <Speech_Music_Male> very very <Speech_Music_Male> grateful <Speech_Male> very because <Speech_Music_Male> of the success <Speech_Music_Male> that play that <Speech_Male> Jimmy Cocoa did call <Speech_Male> next. <Speech_Music_Male> I was able <Silence> to give up my <Speech_Music_Male> temporary <Speech_Male> jobs. You <Speech_Music_Male> not like waiting <Speech_Male> driving cabs <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> things like that and <Speech_Music_Male> starting <Speech_Male> and play right full <Speech_Male> time so. <Speech_Male> I'm very <Speech_Male> very lucky. <Silence> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> I <SpeakerChange> have looked <Speech_Male> at my watch. Maybe <Speech_Music_Male> I should but they said <Speech_Music_Male> they were gonNA. <Music> Yeah <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> if let me talk <Speech_Music_Male> well over what they said. <Speech_Music_Male> I was supposed <SpeakerChange> to <Music> thank you very much. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> That's <Speech_Male> terrence McNally <Speech_Male> from Portland Arts and <Speech_Male> lectures event in two <Speech_Music_Male> thousand and four.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Sometimes. Not Very well. As a playwright one year I had an apartment that go through to get to the boiler room of the building and my mother and father were staying there and I was out the door open to the man gave me and they both screamed and were pretty upset until I'm just a super the boilers not working. But I said I don't have a job you know. I've got enough money that I don't have to do anything else because my might I think if you want to be in the arts it's wonderful you can support yourself doing it no matter how poorly but I think we write better plays in composed better symphonies. If we've got our energies saved for that not come home after eight hours of doing something else because I found it very hard when I had jobs when I first got out of college to Savon stay home to run tonight right another two or three hours but a career in the arts I think there is certain mental lock involved to the right time at the right place. I I play I wrote. That had any success was called next and I wrote it for an actor. I thought it was just amazing. His name was James Coco. Hope some of you remember him. He died way too young and he said Oh. It's wonderful but you know who knows go. Do this play with me if shedding when they get zero mastel the and He was off doing a summer. Stock Theater and producer came running in said all. It's terrible news next place been canceled. And we don't have a show and Jimmy said friend.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"A living. You know mess it up and we lose you by. I think we've got if we can get you those first five minutes but I don't know how many thousands of plays I've probably seen at this point in my life and I always have that feeling when it begins. This is going to be good. This is the time that the magic is going to happen. And of course it doesn't but I'm a when it does and you're there it it thrilling. You know I have one thing I was going to read. I'm so used to standing in the back of the veteran. Having some of the best actors of our time speaking my lines always seems weird when I read something of my own and I thought I'd like to read is a little bit of master class and zoo. Caldwell is a number of those reasons you know. Maybe you're in the first time I ever went to abroad. I was a student at Columbia and I save my money for two years to go somewhere trip. We Want Air Iceland in New York to Boston Boston to Iceland or something eventually got to London. You know one hundred dollars later a two days later but we got there. And everyone's are you going go to Stratford. This wonderful new actress that Tyrone Guthrie has discovered in Australia in these mounted this incredible production of all's.
"terrence" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Their point of view before the curtain goes up. I I would be much happier. If one person who thought they despise to work like Corpus Christi saw maybe a little more thoughtful in their response about whether a gay man or woman can be included in the story of mankind or they have to remain isolated piece for public television call? Andreas mother which is probably the most satisfying response. I've ever had to anything I've written and I talk a lot parentheses show. You'll get used to me. Sure it's nice to get a good review from the New York Times. Sure it's nice to see a line trying to buy tickets for your play and sold out. But Andre's mother was on TV a Richard Thomas and Sadie Thompson. Sylvia Sidney were the stars of it. I didn't have the usual experience I do as a play right which is standing in the back there and you're with the audience and they're either enjoying the play with their not enjoying the play with them in the same room this was this was filmed the very last scene. I remember it was. I think the coldest day on record in New York City and he's a very moving scene. And I remember that you Thomas Standing in boxes with electric heaters and they were filmed from here up and they were miserable. But you would never know that. But it was all done embiid strips and drabs film and never see it until the night it's broadcast said no way of knowing how this piece was affecting people and then. Pbs started forwarding. Me Letters and they would. Every of them was signed bills mother John's mother. Ted's mother it didn't even these women. These mothers did not put their own last names but had respond this piece because the under smother he's about apparent rejects.
COVID-19 Restrictions Hamper Efforts To Tame Chicago Gang Shootings
"People have cut back on their activity during the pandemic apparently include criminals by many measures crime is down but in some big cities people continue shooting people Chicago reports a fifteen percent jump in gun violence compared to this time last year and social distancing makes it harder to work against that violence here's Patrick Smith of WBZ over the past two months it's become clear that a lot of things can be done remotely with phone calls and video conferencing but Terrence Henderson says preventing Chicago gang shootings is not one of them Henderson is a street outreach worker walking the streets and some of the toughest parts of Chicago trying to separate young men from gangs there are dozens like in here many are ex gang members are ex convicts they rely and relationship building and face to face contact you intervene in violent street conflicts Henderson says that's a lot harder now you know we only gave gap brand with no handshaking or half bad or dashlane although again you know we just walked past we meet we speak you know we may contact each other well we're not getting the the everyday Babbage's being able to congregate with people and the coronavirus has taken away other tools there's no in person counseling or drug treatment available no jobs to dangle before gang members looking to change their lives and Henderson says it's making it harder to intervene immediately after shootings to prevent retaliation normally when there's a shooting in his part of Chicago Henderson heads to the hospital a person at risk the most vulnerable state is in the hospital once something happens when you know people don't really get it until it hit him directly like being out of car was it what you know if you like this thank you for watching the war but if you don't like what you feel and how you find the right now you got to change but the pandemic prevents hospital access so guys like Henderson are lurking in hospital parking lots and turning to social media and phone calls to try to reach out John Mackey with the national group the alliance for safety and justice says the challenges are not unique to Chicago I think what a crisis is instructing us in ways that we've never been stretched Mackey says he's seen in time violence groups adapt and take on the role of public health advocacy warning marginalized communities about the dangers of coveted and ways to stay safe and he says groups that don't normally work together domestic violence organizations and rape crisis centers are banding together to coordinate supplies and secure funding some anti violence efforts have moved online with group counseling and job training happening on video conferencing and some anti violence workers see reasons for optimism during a recent online worker training session did L. Gardner shared the story of scene to rival gang members pass each other as each was taking an elderly relative for covert testing Gardner had talked with both of these guys before but hadn't been able to get through to them now they were face to face so these are each other these guys used to be in school they'd be canceled each other right now today so he's always up so it makes my no litigation I would be going to okay make a phone call to to to do some because that person got his older family with him and this person that is old so actually set back and watch them he sat with each other gardener wants to build on that moment to create a broader lasting peace that's tough to do well social distancing but he's still trying for NPR news I'm Patrick Smith in
Dallas - 102-Year-Old Plano Man With COVID-19 Dies
"Collin county is reporting two more elderly people have died because of corona virus a one hundred two year old Plano man died at the life care center of Plano this morning and a ninety year old McKinney man died at an assisted living facility NBC five reporting the victim is the tenth person to die at the same living facility in McKinney a total of nineteen people in Collin county have died the county is reporting six hundred seventy six cases of corona's coronavirus four hundred sixty three people have recovered we also got word today from Tarrant county where five more people had passed away in Terrence and at sixty nine total new cases in Terry county reported on this
"terrence" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Sort of approval. Can you give us a sense of some of the changes that you made that? You think really improved. Well they're so vast and they're all equally important. Let me start with the cast to have Chita. Rivera and Brent CARVER IN. This show made an enormous difference. We have extraordinary sets projections by someone called. Jerry Serlin They are so different from what we had. They gave the show a different look. The actors gave a different quality. I conceived the book originally as two parallel stories. What was going on in the prison cell between Molina and Valentine and this very elaborate and long movie that Molina was telling Valentin And this movie. He was telling him was meant to have very obvious parallels with their situation in real life in that prison and what happened of course is that every time. I went back to the movie. I had to sort of fill in if you'll remember in the last scene dot that out that And it became very very cumbersome. It also limited candor. Nab MY COLLABORATORS. Who wrote the score with writing songs that only fit into this style of movie so when we wrote the show? We decided that his obsession with Aurora made the movie star. He remembered many of her films therefore he could remember when she did a silly comedy. He can remember when she did a great romantic tragedy. He could remember when she did. A screwball farce et CETERA That the gave the score much more freedom to move around and it freed me from the obligation of keeping the audience up to date in the movie plot and so therefore my full concentration in this version went to the story of these two men trapped together in this small cell. What are some of the challenges? You're up against when you were writing the book for. Kiss of the spider woman and trying to figure out where the songs belong. And how much of it is your job as the writer of the book decide where their songs are and what they're going to be about Well first of all I wrote it as a play Candor Nab when I first started working with them said. Please never give us a scene in which you stop writing. And there's a parentheses and says Molina sings a song here in which he says how he feels about Valentine. That is not very helpful to us right as seen in which we understand. How Molina feels about Valentine and we will find a song there. So they made that very clear from the beginning of our collaboration. Same on the rink so there was never a there is a version somewhere around Of of of a play. I guess you'd call it. Call Kiss of the Spider Woman that I wrote for John and Fred and house is only I hasten to add is not a play that I think would be something I'd WanNa see perform because it was way too long and One of the things musical comedy requires is brevity but it gave them a sense of the of what I thought. The event in each scene was and John and Fred would then make a song out of some moment in that scene very often a whole scene in mind would be collapsed into one song. Sometimes a phrase of mine would become the title of a song. Sometimes Jonathan would come up with something totally Adalah field. It seemed to me but it would replace a whole chunk of the scene. So it's a real collaboration that way there is. Can I ask you to repeat the comments that you made when you accepted the Tony I said how excited I said that it meant a lot to win an award for best book for a musical because I grew up in a house where musicals were important. My father and mother listened to show albums and one other kids were doing baseball cards. I was singing and dancing to too darn hot and I. I felt that I had the best collaborators in the world on this project candor NAB and How Prince and actors like Chita Rivera? Anthony Creveld and Brent carver but what was said. Is that Manuel Puig was not there with me to To share in this because he really created all this as I recall after talking about how you danced around your house to do too darn hot you. You warned parents about the consequences of exposing their children's musicals so So before you take your five year old to his first his or her first musical be careful. Be Very very careful because it could happen to you. You could have a child who wants to work in the theater and I think it's the best best Career I've I could ever want or imagine and I would be thrilled if a child of my want to work in the theater but I think that's where theater artists Come from the ranks of the five year olds who are lucky enough to have had their who've had parents who took them to the theater. Now how how happy were your parents. Will you? Were staying home listening to cast recordings while the other guys who are trading baseball cards and playing baseball. I don't know I mean you have to. You'd have to ask my parents how they really felt about that. I It was. I don't think it was the C- The the Broadway show albums Were there so. They didn't mind them when I got into opera. I think they got a little Displeased Certainly heard a lot of shut. The door turned that down I developed a passion for opera shortly after musical comedy. I still continue to have both and it was the opera that got got under people's skin never never musical comedy. Well actually one of your plays is about people who have opera listened and there's been traviata and How how did you get into opera from cast recordings I was in a parochial school and None had music appreciation every Friday and she played opposite records mainly Puccini love duets. And they were on seventy eight records. I remember and James Melton Tenor. Who's very forgotten leach? Albanese's still singing not singing but I'm still alive and singing Puccini love duets. And everybody else in the classroom like grown. When she'd bring out this Victoria La and put on these seventy eight and I just was lifted away. I thought it was most beautiful music. I never quote learned to like opera. I just liked it. I mean people are always saying to me When they hear opera quiz or electron opera. Sometimes how can I get to like opera? I really want to get to like it and I say look You know I'm fifty four years old. I still hate calves liver and I've given up trying to like calves liver so it's fine not to like opera. It's given me a lot of pleasure but it obviously doesn't work for you. Listen to chamber music listening Broadway cast albums Some people think operas good for them. It's not and it's not an acquired taste I e. Go for it. You say this is how what it's like to be in love. This is what it's like to die. This is what it's like to really be happy or you think it's a totally stupid way of expressing yourself for me. It's it's great. What was your first big break in the theater? Oh my second. Play without doubt it's It's a great break I would envy myself if I read this story. It's how I've always lived my life in the theatre. I wrote a play. My first play was a great failure was done on Broadway. Didn't go out of town was calling things that go bump in the night and the vast vast majority of critics really hated it so I went back to working on a magazine and I met this actor. Jimmy Cocoa who I thought was fabulous comic actor with an enormous emotional range He very much. Jimmy died about five years ago and it was a great loss to make professionally Into the theater and Nathan Lane is someone who I work with a lot. Now someone very similar They're comic actors with enormous capacity for faith and dramatic moments. And I wrote this play for Jimmy and Called next he said that's great you know But who's GonNa WanNa do a play with an unknown actor so I had next sitting in my drawer for? I don't know how many months it wasn't that long really. Maybe a year and Jimmy was often summer-stock Working and the producer came running in terrible news terrible news. The next play has been canceled. What are we going to do? What are we going to do? Jimmy said I have a play and he gave it to the theater. They said we like this. We'll do it but we don't have a director in the play jet. Jimmy happened to be and was written by Elaine. May and she said I've always wanted to direct. Let me read it. And she read it and said this is great so they called me and Jimmy said. Can you get on a bus like tomorrow morning? And I did and I went to stockbridge Massachusetts and medalen May and there was Jimmy and the play was very successful. I learned so much working with Elaine. I she is my real teacher in Theater. Just about everything. I learned Significant in the theater I learned from Elaine. My interview with terrence McNally was recorded in nineteen ninety-three. He died of complications from Kobe. Nineteen he was eighty one. We send our best wishes for recovery to everyone who is sick. Our best wishes to their loved ones and our sympathies. To those who have lost loved ones.
Washington DC - Northwestern High School basketball coach dies from COVID-19
"News now among the ten corona virus deaths in Maryland we learned one was somebody who was an important figure at northwestern high school in Adelphi Maryland professional school counselor and head basketball coach Terrence Burke has died prince George's county public schools CEO Monica Golson has notified the community of barks passing calling it devastating and shocking to many of the northwestern high school community Burke's linked in page indicates he had a nearly eight year naval career the school system says remote support council is available to grieving students and
Washington D.C. Northwestern High School basketball coach dies from COVID-19
"The danger of the pandemic seems to especially hit home when you learn of the sudden death of someone in our community we're learning about that today in a letter to the prince George's county public school community CEO Monica Golson reports the death of northwestern high school professional school counselor and head basketball coach Terrence Burke Golson says it's with a heavy heart she's announcing the death of Burke from coronavirus Burke's linkedin page indicates he's been with the school since two thousand six and is a navy veteran extending her sympathy he's the head of the public school system says Bork impacted countless young lives in as many years at northwestern take your Leon WTOP
New Zealand mosques gunman pleads guilty to murder and terrorism
"In a surprise move the man who killed fifty one worshippers at two New Zealand mosques a year ago has unexpectedly pleaded guilty to all charges there were fears that Australian white supremacist Brenton Terrence would try and use his trial as a platform to promote his views he's entered guilty pleas to fifty one counts of murder and a single count of terrorism will be sentenced to life in
"terrence" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"With l. McPherson and Terrence Howard. Brand New York City store opened last week. It's on the corner of Broome and Crosby. I'm gonna go check it out. I'm very excited about it. On FOX and sorry, you blues? I feel bad is on NBC. Let's go back to the pros Patty from Wisconsin Patty. What's your question. Hi, my questions for l. mcpherson's I, I was wondering on a scale from zero to ten, how would you rate Matt LeBlanc as kisser on friends. Oh, he's a fifty fifteen. Let's go to Alexa from New York. Hey, Alexa. Great. How are you. Good. My question is Terrence. So how did you react to thrive UP Henson's engagement and like, how did she tell you the news also? Can you give us some clues on the possible wedding date? I am no idea when the wedding date is, but I tell you after spending probably hundreds of lifetimes with thriving and you know that when you bump into your friend that you've met before? I think I've never seen her happier. Cindy. MENDIETA. She is a question for Elle macphearson. Hi, Andy, I sure do l. what is your relationship like with Kelly Simone today. And do you ever watch your when she was on the New York housewife? She's asking about this. The real house has of Newark was on Bravo, which is this channel. Hoagies husband was Mary then was my first husband, but I married when I was like a kid. Yes, and I'm still really good friends with actually Kelly. She's shoe. Good. She's she's raising the girls and doing her thing. Did you ever see her on the real housewives of New York when she was on not my that your name. Oh, good, right. That's so funny. We have a lot of stuff coming up from your life this. It's very even for guy. Let's go to Betsy from Arizona last caller than I. Terrence. Howard, which question? Betsy. I just wanted to ask her how happy that he, that cookie and Lucious or back to being married this even any. Anything wrong. Anything about. The story storyline, but Jesse small says is groundbreaking. There's never been done on television while I could give that away. But I would lose my job. Okay. The story line with cookie and with new, she's and being tire family. You know, the main point is to try and bring us back to reality. You know, for so long, we've been billions of dollars to lose everything and have to start agree thing over again from the start. That's what most people experience in their lives. They don't have everything always workout. Murphy's law seems to be the biggest long people's lives. So I think that's what's going on in this this year and us working together as a family excited for it. Why did you wanna have a brick and mortar welco store I want, I think, is really important. That customer has some sort of interaction with people that can teach them about nutrition. And you know, we have a very good relationship with customers. We are in online business and we're business that really works because customers speak to each other. And, but you know, with any business, it's important to have that kind of personal connection has always been your passion. Wellness? Well, not always think fitness for the longest time, my passion, we saw the the sore. Yes. And as I chewed, I realized they couldn't rely on my genetic predisposition and he later I had to find some sort of solution to feel the best I possibly could. And so I started really going on a wellness journey and then I wanted to share it with other women and and he, we are believed that we're, you know, in New York City and opening a store and many people are so excited about their own wellness, Gary. To give it up. He shot the sunset airing two weeks tonight. That he has grow friend and he doesn't. Yes, decision. The reason why girlfriend. Clown. But. What you love her while your girls biggest. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed to have a great rest of your night.
"terrence" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Oh my God. He's luscious. He's Lucious. Lose just lying for season five of empire which premiered last night. And unlike we after fourteen skill is this empire showing no signs of falling. Welcome back. Great friend. Terrence, how. Actions. During. Virgin. Oh. Have you ever not before? No. When I was a virgin, maybe. Okay. That was a while ago behind as as a mom struggling with the pressure of having it all tonight. She's having all all the booze. It's the star of I feel bad, which from years Tober fourth on NBC salary, you blue. Doc. At any polars that UP of your. Wow, she a good boss. Yes, he's pretty incredible. Yes, Goodwin by the way, congrats on the show. Elbit Gerson may be called the body. Terrence Howard has one of the most fascinating minds out there by the way. I still say up, stay up late some nights trying to understand how one times one equals to Terrence. I do think about it. I can prove it right now. Okay. We're gonna talk about it later because here's what it's time for. How word do you feel? I'm going to list off some seemingly ordinary things. Terrence, I just wanna know how they feel. How do rainbows make you feel Terrence Howard? Well, right. Those make me feel like I'm missing to scale, and I feel I feel like I'm closer to the wound closer to the womb. I love you. Can't carry how threesomes make you feel guilty guilt. Spans who demand selfish make you feel demand? Yeah. Obligated. Okay. Obligated. How do free swag bags at a word shows make you feel. Not as good as a good join. The good joy. Story nights make you.
"terrence" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Shirt terrence stocks meanwhile remembered ronnie long arriving at the party with doors nesbitt sometime after eleven stocks testified that there was nothing unusual but ronnie's face in that he didn't see any cuts or scratches or bruises and here's what he told colin when he talked to recently do you remember ronnie coming to that party and this girl by the name of dar's nets they came in to the apartment after ten i'm so because the news was something was on during that time so it was later it was later that that sunday night and you remember when ronnie arrive at the party whether there seem to be anything out of the ordinary within not just like i say we invited people over most of the time a couple of thing and there but came in with a young rating finally doors ness but testified that at about two thirty a m ronnie and she left the party and went back to her house and had sexual relations she made no mention of ronnie having any cuts bruises or anything like that run along didn't testify at the trial but he related the same time events to colin over the phone the audio quality isn't great but his first of the story was clear class meeting a riding home talking with spears and a son on the phone his father coming home with a car driving over to barbara scotia picking up doors nesbitt heading to the party and then going home with but.
"terrence" Discussed on WRVA
"Thank indy hey terrence here's a retired captain hello terrence yeah so intended less time you talked about the press pilot very good and your thoughts police well well see i've heard you're talking to the other woman get a since nine eleven you you're not supposed to fly you have to be in uniform the plot also you supposed to be in uniform to even you know if you have to know the captain is propelled the problem in nine eleven out there for right right away anyway who isn't that make if you fly your cramped of course you need to be in uniform well didn't use to be that way exactly you know but if it their their converts confusion right sometimes you know if it had to get somebody some play for fifteen they're play no to go you try to go play better line but this woman i mean let's as they you're retired can't what did you fly again what do you retire as i was international kept triple seventy in an terrence knowing the story you heard the what do you think about the frame reminder this kid this up female captain for shaven fine aircraft well you know what here is here for ten percent well you know the offense preferred everybody every kind of person author but they're going for some of the people this is you know so the second half in any time you know i don't want let some up against the wall here terrence a retired triple seven captain would you have stayed on the flight to let our fly no that's all i want hitting here thank thank you terrence you that and i mean crazy story hey you wanna no secret how about though this phones what will go back to foles like a lot of something cover but i wanna mature you'll see quick the key to having a great day is going strong with a great.