35 Burst results for "Tom Wolfe"

Lori Lindsay Criticizes Bill Banning Transgender Athletes From Women's Sports

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | Last week

Lori Lindsay Criticizes Bill Banning Transgender Athletes From Women's Sports

"Are introducing legislation meant to keep trans kids out of school sports After Alabama passed a law banning transgender girls from competing in school sports lawmakers in Pennsylvania have introduced a bill that would do the same. Laurie Lindsay, a sports broadcaster and former player on the U. S women's soccer team, spoke to CBS News and emphasized the rule sports place in the life of young athletes, arguing that the bill is discriminatory at its core, so these have shown that sport reduces the risk of depression. We I know firsthand what life lessons I've learned. It's the gift that keeps on giving in terms of participating with your friends, and so really, it's about learning these lessons and having access to this wonderful sport. Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolfe has said he will veto the bill if it's passed

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Pennsylvania governor says he's tested positive for COVID-19

Mark Levin

00:11 sec | 5 months ago

Pennsylvania governor says he's tested positive for COVID-19

"Governor, Tom Wolfe says he's tested positive for covert 19 and this isolating at home. In a statement, he said he has no symptoms and is feeling well and it's following Health Department and CDC guidelines.

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Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump

The Moth Radio Hour

00:59 min | 5 months ago

Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump

"Wisconsin's two largest counties completed ballot recounts today, confirming President elect Joe Biden's win by some 20,000 votes there, and Sarah Schneider of member station W. E s a reports Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit that sought to declare millions of mail in ballots in the state unconstitutional. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere with the state's ceding its electors

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Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification

1A

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Pennsylvania’s top court expected to act quickly on appeal to let state proceed with election certification

"Say a court order to halt the vote certification process could interfere with the state ceding its electors. Tom Wolfe and Pennsylvania secretary of State Catholic Book Bar Filed an appeal in the state Supreme Court, which is expected to act quickly. Emily Previn, the from member station W I. T F has more. Wednesday's flurry of court action stems from Republican Congressman Mike Kelly's lawsuit seeking to throw out mail in ballots cast November 3rd. Kelly asserts a law enacted by the Pennsylvania Legislature permitting mail in voting without an excuse is unconstitutional. Wolf and book far had announced Tuesday that presidential vote counts were certified and President elect Joe Biden officially won the state. Then Kelly's team persuaded a Republican State court judge handling his case to halt certification. Now, Wolf and book far are asking Pennsylvania's high court where five of seven justices are Democrats to take the case and let certification move forward for NPR

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Pennsylvania and Nevada certifiy election results, confirming Biden victory

Kim Komando

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Pennsylvania and Nevada certifiy election results, confirming Biden victory

"Governor Tom Wolfe has signed a certificate of ascertainment for the slate of electors for president elect Joe Biden step taken after the state certified election results. Nevada Supreme Court also certified in election win for the president elect President Trump's legal team filed challenges in both states and it delaying certification. Mexico in Minnesota. Also certified wins for Biden. Republicans in both states raised concerns about voting and ballot irregularities. Jared Halpern Fox News a

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Pennsylvania certifies election results, confirming Biden victory

The Takeaway

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Pennsylvania certifies election results, confirming Biden victory

"Pennsylvania has certified Democrat Joe Biden as the winner of the state's presidential election. Emily president from member station W Y. T. F reports. The announcement from Governor Tom Wolfe solidifies Biden's victory in another key swing state. The state certification comes after county officials work to certify results amid a crush of post election litigation from President Trump's campaign. Those legal efforts have been almost wholly unsuccessful. Petition from the Pennsylvania Republican Party to invalidate mail ballots received during the three days following the election is pending before the U. S. Supreme Court. But the state estimates just 10,000 of those ballots were cast and that's not enough to matter in the presidential race, which Biden won by more than 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania. Nevada is also certifying results today. Arizona and Wisconsin are expected to certify their tallies next week

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Pennsylvania limiting alcohol sales on Thanksgiving eve

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Pennsylvania limiting alcohol sales on Thanksgiving eve

"And Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolfe says no alcohol sales at bars and restaurants on Thanksgiving Eve, CBS is Nancy Chen on long lines of people getting tested in Jacksonville, Florida, David Robinson hoped for reassurance before Thanksgiving. We have some older people that in the family that we're going to be protecting this time of the year in North Dakota help arrived for overwhelmed. Hospitals. Nurses from the U. S Air Force will assist the state through its deadliest month since the start of the

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2020 Pennsylvania Election Results: Biden leads in Philadelphia mail-in votes

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

2020 Pennsylvania Election Results: Biden leads in Philadelphia mail-in votes

"They were not able to begin processing those ballots until election day. NPR's Alina Cell yuk reports that state elections officials have rejected the Trump campaign suffered toe halt the vote count there. The Trump campaign's legal focus here is particularly on ballots arriving after Election Day. State Supreme Court has allowed them to be counted as long as there are postmarked by election Day. But the Trump campaign wants to prevent late arriving ballots from being counted. State officials have rejected the idea of stopping the vote count. Here's Democratic governor Tom Wolfe. Let me be clear in Pennsylvania, every vote is going to count. I'm going to fight like hell to protect the vote of every Pennsylvania President Trump has received the majority of Election Day votes in Pennsylvania, but Joe Biden has dominated the mail in votes. Alina Cellucci NPR NEWS PHILADELPHIA Republicans still control the U. S. Senate, with a few races still undecided. Democrats

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US Election 2020: Still no clear winner

1A

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

US Election 2020: Still no clear winner

"In the U. S. Presidential race as NPR's racial Lucinschi reports contests in Pennsylvania and other states remain too close to call. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Book far says they're still ballots left to be counted. She expects 10 times the number of mail in ballots compared to the last election. Democratic governor Tom Wolfe is acknowledging results are coming in more slowly this year under a new system. The promise of democracy is that every vote counts that has been the promise of democracies in 17 87. It's still the promise of democracy and I intend here in Pennsylvania. Make sure we keep that promise. In Pennsylvania Mail in ballots postmarked on Election Day will be counted if received by Friday.

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Mail Ballot Trends Suggest Biden on Path To Victory in Pennsylvania, Thanks To Greater Philadelphia Area

WNYC Programming

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

Mail Ballot Trends Suggest Biden on Path To Victory in Pennsylvania, Thanks To Greater Philadelphia Area

"On millions of mail in ballots that are still being counted. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports President Trump in his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, are fighting for the state of Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes. Biden has so far one an overwhelming majority of the Maylin and absentee ballots counted in Pennsylvania, mainly in Philadelphia and its surrounding counties. Democratic governor Tom Wolfe says the state is working to ensure that the results are fair and that every vote is counted. Accurately. Make no mistake. Our democracy is being tested in this election. This is a stress test of the ideals upon which this country was founded on the basic rule of one person. One vote that's still carries and it has to carry here. The Supreme Court ruled this week that Pennsylvania can count ballots received by mail as late as Friday, so long as they are postmarked by November, 3rd. Windsor Johnston. NPR

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Gov. Wolf Calls for Patience as Pennsylvania Makes Sure Every Vote Counts

Gary and Shannon

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Gov. Wolf Calls for Patience as Pennsylvania Makes Sure Every Vote Counts

"Governor Tom Wolfe says the results in his state May not be known today. But the most important thing is that we have accurate results again. Even if that takes a little longer than we're used to. Pennsylvania, secretary of state says between 2.5 and three million ballots were mailed in and only about half have been counted so far in 2016 on Ly 260,000 people in Pennsylvania mailed in a ballot.

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Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia

Chris Plante

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia

"Of unrest in Philadelphia day after the fatal police shooting of a black man who police say refused to drop a knife the Philadelphia Police Department increasing its presence across the city in anticipation of further displays of civil unrest. In response to the shooting death of 27 year old Walter Wallace Jr. Some star stores were looted Governor Tom Wolfe mobilizing the state's national Guard to assist local agencies.

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Philadelphia Protest: Looting, Vandalism Marks Second Night of Unrest

Joel Riley

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Philadelphia Protest: Looting, Vandalism Marks Second Night of Unrest

"Night of unrest, And I guess that's an understatement when you see people busting stuff up, injuring police and looting ad nauseum in Philadelphia. But that's how it's being described the second night of unrest in Philadelphia day after the fatal police shooting of a black man who police say refused to drop the knife. Philadelphia Police Department increased its presence across the city in anticipation for the displays of civil unrest. Some stores looted Governor Tom Wolfe mobilize the state National Guard to assist local agency

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The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

TIME's Top Stories

04:23 min | 7 months ago

The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

"The Supreme Court allows extra time for Pennsylvania's mail in ballots by Marc Sherman and Mark Levy. Washington. The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed in ballots received up to three days after the November third election rejecting a Republican plea in the presidential battleground state. The justices divided four four on Monday an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mailed in ballots that arrive up until November sixth. Even if they don't have a clear postmark as long as there is not proof it was mailed after the polls closed Republicans including President Donald Trump's campaign have opposed such an extension arguing that it violates federal law that sets Election Day as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and that such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers not the courts. The State Republican Party Chairman Lawrence Tavis said the party disagrees with the decision and noting the four four decision. It only underscores the importance of having a full supreme court as soon as possible to be clear. The Supreme Court decided not to grant stay which does not mean the actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would withstand a legal challenge to their judicial overreach. Should the court hear the case tape said? Nancy Patty. Mills Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party accused Republicans of trying to sow confusion and disenfranchise eligible voters. This is a significant victory for Pennsylvania voters. Mills said in a statement, the Democratic majority on the state's High Court had cited warnings that postal service delays could invalidate numbers of ballots and surging demand for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic to invoke the power used previously by the state's courts to extend election deadlines during a disaster. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the State Court ruling. Justices Samuel Alito Neal Gorsuch Brett. Cavanaugh and Clarence Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting absentee ballots when the polls close on November third. There were no opinions accompanying the order. So it is impossible to say what motivated either group of justices the conservative justices have been reluctant to allow court quarter changes to voting rules close to an election. The court also is weighing a similar issue from Wisconsin but in that case, the ruling being challenged comes from a federal appeals court and the Democrats who are asking the justices to step in. Most states make election day the deadline, but eighteen states half of which backed trump the twenty sixteen election have a post election day deadline with nearly a million votes already cast in Pennsylvania, we support the court's decision not to meddle in our already working system Pennsylvania's Attorney General Democrat Josh Shapiro said in a statement. On, a separate track Republicans in the State House have pressed Governor Tom Wolfe a Democrat to agree to eleventh-hour legislation to eliminate or limit the three days under the court's order. The case is one of many partisan battles being fought in the state legislature and the courts primarily over a male in voting. In Pennsylvania amid concerns that a presidential election result will hang in limbo for days on a drawn out vote count in the battleground state. And Pennsylvania the State Democratic Party and a liberal group the Pennsylvania Alliance for retired Americans had salt an extension of the election day deadline to count mailed ballots. About two point eight, million mail in ballots requested and approximately nine hundred thousand returned democratic registered voters are requesting mail ballots at a nearly three to one ratio over Republicans, and it's September seventeenth ruling the divided state Supreme Court said ballots must be postmarked by the time polls close and be received by county election boards at five pm on November six, three days after the November third election it also said that ballots lacking clear postmark could be counted unless there was evidence that they were mailed after the polls closed.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Homes. They are. Pennsylvania governor. Tom Wolfe, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. California Governor Gavin Newsom and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. They contradicted federal guidelines for nursing homes in their own state guidelines, and they sent covert 19 positive patients back in the nursing home. And those states, by the way, are responsible for a huge majority of all cases and all fatalities from covered and the hospitalization rates are going up. What they aren't telling you. Is that Texas on the Texas border? Hospitalization rate is now five times the national average. These air cross border contaminated covert 19 cases. 8 13 Right now, Traveling weather on the threes once again shocked, critical. That's an active fire call in the city at Bolton Street at Mosher Street, so with the fire Department there, they'll have a perimeter set up around that area. Local traffic heads up for that. The fire call from earlier this morning. They were still mopping up Greenmount at 22nd Street, having rain Lower eastern shores from flooding in the southern part of Ocean City, a tree down in that area on eastbound Route 50 at State Road, 3 46 Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 w CVS WEATHER Channel is well, we've got rain. The scattered showers. Air here possible of lingering throughout the day and high of 86 linger delight maybe even tomorrow. So what start For the weekend. And right now it is raining on the 75 in Middle River. It's also 75 in Edgewood. And you're on morning, Dr Cason. Elliot coming up next to Will it be who emerges From the Democrat Clown car. Are you ready to get outside and on the move, But shorter was sore and stiff joints are knees, rescue natural supplements as just what you need. Another premium formula and glycol plus contains patented collagen and green living muscle extract. To lubricate joints and improved mobility. Today you can buy.

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Philadelphia - Masks now required in all public spaces in Pennsylvania, Gov. Wolf says

Todd Schnitt

01:11 min | 11 months ago

Philadelphia - Masks now required in all public spaces in Pennsylvania, Gov. Wolf says

"Mandatory in the state of Pennsylvania. This just hit this afternoon with the confirmation. This is from Uh, Pittsburgh Channel for Action News on headline is masks or now mandatory in all public spaces in Pennsylvania. The order takes effect immediately. Bastard are mandatory in all public spaces. In Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe's administration announced this afternoon. The new order signed by Secretary of Health Dr Rachel Levine takes effect now immediately, if not sooner. A mask wearing orders essential to stop the recent increase in covert 19 cases we've seen in Pennsylvania, Wolf said in the news release. Those hot spots can be traced the situations where Pennsylvanians we're not wearing masks or practicing social distancing. Two practices that must be adhered to. If we want to maintain the freedoms that we have in place under our reopening, and this is a huge issue, Folks. We are at a crucial crucial point here. The

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Companies and state governments celebrate Juneteenth, giving workers the day off

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

01:08 min | 11 months ago

Companies and state governments celebrate Juneteenth, giving workers the day off

"Today is June eighteenth a June. Nineteenth commemorates the ending of slavery. In the US the origin of the holiday comes from June nineteen, eighteen, sixty, five, when General Gordon Granger of the Union army, arrived with soldiers in Galveston Texas and told enslaved African Americans their the civil war had ended, and they were free more than two years after President Lincoln had signed the emancipation proclamation. June teeth is now celebrated in black communities across the US, and some have called for it to become a national holiday. Nearly all states recognize June teeth with some limited special status in this year. The NFL Nike and twitter have all recognized. June eighteenth as a company holiday. Governor Tom Wolfe is marking June. Teeth is a special holiday closure for employees under his during. For the first time is office as the more than seventy three thousand workers will get either the day off or a compensatory day to use it another time. If they are often, office remains open. The Governor says today is a moment to honor African, American history, and to reflect on how everyone can promote equality, liberty and justice for all people.

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Ben Roethlisberger got a haircut, and Pennsylvania's governor isn't happy about it

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ben Roethlisberger got a haircut, and Pennsylvania's governor isn't happy about it

"Ben Rothlisberger got a haircut. That's not the big news of it though. Colfax people are of upset during his daily briefing Tuesday. Pennsylvania Governor Governor Tom Wolfe criticized. Roethlisberger's recent trip to Norman's cutting edge to get his haircut and beard trimmed following a workout with his Pittsburgh steelers teammates. Now Colefax. Let me just say this Ben? Huge beard? What do you hear about big beards? A are not sanitary. Yeah exactly probably a good thing that he got it. Trimmed off body was in a barbershop that were people

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Junior Johnson, "The Last American Hero," dies at 88

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Junior Johnson, "The Last American Hero," dies at 88

"Robert Glenn junior Johnson was just eight years old when he started driving in the mountains of North Carolina as a young man he built a reputation as a moonshiner who could out run the law in the nineteen fifties and sixties he another bootleggers became the backbone of stock car racing in the south Johnson won fifty races and in nineteen sixty five author Tom Wolfe in a piece for esquire magazine label Johnson the last American hero in nineteen sixty six he left the track to become a team owner Johnson was instrumental in transforming NASCAR into a multi billion dollar sport by convincing RJ Reynolds to sponsor the Winston Cup which she won six times as a team owner junior Johnson died Friday at eighty eight I'm Tim acquire

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I remember the opening of tom tom wolfe rate some of the criticism that's aimed at your book has less to do with the generalized demand for more common politics and a desire to win than it is for a certain tonal thing there's a tone to the book that you have been offended by politics on campus in a way that seems outsized how can you address that what's been your experience on campus of identity politics that offense you want to begin with what what leads to my frustration and my tone is that i'm sick of noble defeats i'm tired of losing i'm sickened by the fact that donald trump is in power right now not just that but that republicans control two thirds of our state legislatures two thirds of our governorships twenty four states outright they win two more they can call a constitutional convention to my mind that is the biggest threat to every group that democrats care about that's the most important threatening and it's impossible to have both at once you can't have a winning strategy without maintaining some semblance of a concentration on identity well when it comes this distinction i'm trying to make between a analyzing the social problem and developing political program in order to win power you know the people who are in movement politics field to see the distinction i think because identity politics is maximizing that's how you succeed you'd see this is the only issue right there's a difference between speaking truth to power in seizing power to defend the truth and those require very different things right if unless i misread your book you seem to say that in the interest of winning in politics is about power ultimately that the democratic side to think about abandoning certain issues certain kinds of rhetoric in order to win so but abandoning certain things like fullthroated opposition to bathroom bills will mean that certain people transgender people some of the most vulnerable people in our society will get hurt how does it party go about sacrificing people on the altar of the general.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on Super Station 101

"And i i see and hear the death of a civilization before our eyes thank you marcy rather than all of us putting our iphones for an hour up into our ears of fighting with people in the coffee line go pick up a tom wolfe book this weekend read that to your kids and your family and your friends fight over that tom wolfe we brought this up last night we didn't have enough time i always hate that did never enough time on the ingram angle she moves me like go go go go go if you saw what's happening when you're watching a clip laura's doing that she's doing that that finger twirl like she's trying to land a plane in bermuda from here she's doing this big go go go go go because the time is so short we didn't get enough we didn't spend nearly enough time on tom wolfe so i'm going to quickly get on a little high horse here tom wolfe is one of the great american literary giants a wonderful man of letters who had an eye and a facility with language that few have here a cruel and brilliant hilarious i because he was willing to see through the pomposity and the fraudulence of people and he saw the animals he observed oh i'm gonna get in trouble the creatures he observed up close and they were in the dennison's a power on the upper east side on wall street in government and when you read his work you come away with a a broad sketch of an entire civilization bonfire of the vanities which is set in the eighties in wall street district is based on real people tom wolfe was a reporter he coined something called the new journalism and some of my favorite writers were also practitioners truman capote gay talese but particularly tom wolfe who is brilliant and they're they're easy to read the the right stuff bonfire the vanities a man in full which punctures the pomposity the fakeness of suburban life it's set in atlanta and and is about a magnet real estate magnate having midlife crisis just one charlotte simmons i am charlotte simmons which is about a.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Adapted and more recently nineteen ninety eight's a man in full he also wrote a collection of stories i always have to get in any mention of meiomi when i can he had a collection called hooking up and i believe it opens with a story about grant gale and grinnell college of all places tom wolfe the illustrious tom wolfe even wrote about grenell bonfire of the vanities i remember being i would have been middle school at the time but one of those books where i felt like oh i i'm reading grownup look sure yeah that was the first of his that i've ever read next week here on the show we are planning to review solo a star wars story at this point i have not seen it josh larsen has seen it and i think that's all we should say i don't think get here we can get into it here your initial thoughts and we don't need to bring down no no no no see already at start okay this is the sort of movie if you have any quibbles about you're going to be lumped in the hated category and that's kind of frustrating but let's just say there's an issue and it's kind of an important one and we'll talk about it next well i refuse to believe that it has anything to do with the acting towns of alden reich i wouldn't thought so either how dare you also on that show we will share our interview with paul schrader yes the traitor probably best known as the screenwriter behind some of martin crowe says he's best films taxi driver raging bull last tation of christ bringing out the dead he also wrote directed affliction american gigolo bluecollar and others his latest is first reformed with ethan hawke as church pastor and upstate new york and maybe that's all we need to say about it at this point other than we have both seen the film we both do recommend the film absolute and we both talked with straighter i think the first time in the show's history that we both conducted an interview but a really interesting conversation with mr schroeder who not only of course can talk intelligently about really any subject certainly.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Big beautiful sets i wanted to say this yesterday's the one note i took that i didn't get to and i know this is going to be self indulgent this is about tom yeah everything i do self indulgent but you know this is about tom wolfe the note that i took when you were an aspiring writer in the nineteen sixties or the nineteen seventies and you know i wanted to be a sports writer on newspaper but that doesn't mean i didn't want to be a writer i just was suited to being a sports writer sports is what i love that didn't mean i didn't wanna go out and write a story that was smart and funny and explosive and wonderful that you would like i mean i was different than tom wolfe but the aim was sort of the same and a word has come along that has been really cheapened in the last twenty or thirty years because everyone uses it and the note i took was tom wolfe was awesome when awesome actually meant something when it wasn't just some dopey kid saying that's awesome tom nobody had ever written i'm looking around at people here much younger than i but nobody had ever written like tom wolfe nobody good nobody was getting praised nobody wasn't on the extremes had ever written like tom wool too young but the junior johnson piece to me is if you're a sports writer who aspires to what you were saying the ideas about writing not just about sports that's the one that's the one that the writing it it fits the south it fits the character it you feel and live everything because he the way he wrote that piece just blows your way so take great right anyway we'll start the show today with houston beating the warriors they score one hundred twenty seven points that there was a notion out there and i mean i still think the warriors are a better team i think they're gonna win series there was a notion out there this was going to be easy that's insane houston one sixty five games this year no other team.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Silence how good is that hey the grateful dead we're trying to catch some flour before that you might have caught my conversation with lean cornerstone of the mary prankster's the mary prankster's along with members of the grateful dead report of the scene tom wolfe wrote about the electrical late acid test tom wolfe died monday he was eighty eight a yeah deadheads i know i know that version of china is from europe seventy two not from back in that era but i hope i can be a little bit forgiven when q continues you're going to hear about the fifteen year old actor who was handpicked by ryan reynolds to be in the new deadpool movie jillian denison is going to talk about what it was like working with ryan on this yes this is brooke gladstone wnyc independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine fm and am hd twenty npr news and the new york conversation listening to q on cbc radio one sirius xm one.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more tom wolfe died monday he was eighty eight tom wolfe will be remembered for a lot of things he wrote books that became movies books like the right stuff and bonfire of the vanities he wrote classic magazine profiles covering people like the infamous record producer and now convicted murderer phil spector profiles the went on to define how people i came we're seeing pop culture tom wolfe came up with catchphrases like radical chic and the me decade stuff that turned into an instant shorthand he wore a full white suit awful lot even the sunshine but maybe most of all tom wolfe will be remembered as part of a group of writers in the late sixties and seventies who changed the way people wrote and read journalism that movement ended up being called new journalism basically the idea was to create nonfiction with the same kind of creativity the same kind of storytelling that you'd find in a novel tom wolfe and like hunter s thompson were probably the best known examples of it all this was pretty new in the late night late nineteen sixties when tom will put out the electric kool aid acid test if you've ever read it you'll know it used all those techniques i just mentioned to take you deep into drug culture into lsd to the grateful dead buses full of idealistic hippies all of it and because of all that tom wolfe.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hey it's wednesday may sixteenth this is the podcast version of q the cbc radio show yesterday we found out the tom wolfe had died tom if you don't know him i'd read his first book the electric lead acid test that was pretty much all he'd read really notable journalist who transformed along with hunter s thompson journalism from being simply reporting to having a more creative first person element like becoming part of the story that you're telling and one of the most important stories that he told was that one the electrical lead acid test that i mentioned which was about the drug culture of the nineteen sixties where he embedded himself in with a group of people called the mary pranksters led by ken keyes e who were driving all around the united states essentially dosing people giving out lsd so that people could open their minds so we thought to ourselves what do we do here do we talk to a journalist who can tell us about tumbles influenced we talk about a literary critic we actually tracked down one of the mary prankster's one of the people that was on that bus going around dosing people to talk about his memories of tom wolfe his name is lee corn strum and he's the first thing you'll hear on the show today then jillian denison who was in this really big deal new zealand film called the hunt for the wilder people but now is getting an even bigger break in deadpool two he talks about being discovered by ryan reynolds and just how his life has changed so quickly davis darris drops by given essay which i'm really pleased we got away with playing on the.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Fantastic piece not particularly long it's about four or five minutes long you can go check it out over youtube they have a version of its it's just a beautiful beautiful piece go check that okay time for a thing that i hate so yesterday tom wolfe passed away tumbled one of the great nonfiction journalists of the twentieth century outta that he was the best nonfiction journalists of half the twentieth century i you'd have to say george orwell second half could easily say tom wolfe some his journalism is just died at the age of eighty seven and his if never read radical chic in mounting the flat catchers two of his finest essays he wrote a piece called radical chic is in nineteen sixty six and it was about leonard bernstein who is the who's the conductor and head of the new york philharmonic and who is a far left guy like really far left and his wife lisa who decided they were going to have the black panthers to their apartment in the peaceful radical chic and i wanna read you a little section of it just to show you how amazing these like legitimately how mazing thomas writing was tumbled was able to go into places that no one would have allowed him because he was considered hunter s thompson type weathers weird style of writing and he was kind of cool radio white suits and all this she couldn't really been conservative turns out tom wolfe was deeply conservative dude and tom wolf's writing is deeply conservative if you've never had bonfire the vanities the first half bonfire vanities some of the best novel writing ever and some of political commentary ever second half falls apart a little bit but the first half bonfire values just great i think i've read every novel have wrote and most nonfiction and i'm very sad that never got to meet it because i was big mirer this section from radical chic this is tom wolfe writing about all of these far left is having the black panthers over the black panthers are acknowledging openly that they wanna kill pigs and murder white people and all these radical people sitting there in their swanky penthouse apartment in new york.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Right yes i'll tell you not to do trying to make little barbie dolls out of the right was always in his room with the door closed tinkering with his toy yes cigarette they went to bed you know what see monkeys are insects i don't know i had the only one here was still ahead sea monkeys they are they are okay they were they were actually brine shrimp they were brine shrimp and they've they freeze dried them and then they when you added water they came to life it was it was it was amazing i have see dinosaur hold on honey honey greater all dried up and put them in water and all of a sudden it came to light turned out to be chuck they called franky with cpap horned with just one eye but grow to more upon reaching maturity and they breathe through their feet when you can't bend over here tie your shoes wife he didn't have guilty at feet man author tom wolfe has passed away a bonfire of the vanities you might remember the right stuff wrote that which movie died at the age of eighty eight yesterday the capstein last night on the ice the bolts come back and the heavily favored tampa bay lightning showing wise they completely dominated the caps four to two they showed up series deficit to two one game four will be thursday owes villes rained out how about the celts going up two games to zip on the cavs lebron i love watching the game conferences when he loses looking lose sleep four two point forty three forty two points scored and they still lost and good news ravens fans those of you that are going to the games concession prices have been lowered for this year are they must be twelve bucks for beer will be ten fifty right i don't.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Degrees at four o'clock good morning i'm james flippin at least two people are dead following yesterday's high impact spring storm an eleven year old hudson valley girl was crushed and sign over mom's car kinda give me a chill when i saw crime by gordon my daughter the girl's mother suffered minor injuries as well they were getting ready to unload the car firefighters did everything they could to save the girl but she was pronounced dead at the hospital and danbury connecticut a man was taking shelter inside his truck when a tree fell and killed him as well power outages are affecting folks around the tri state especially in the hudson valley as you might expect that was really the storms area of greatest impact in fact four counties there remain in a state of emergency a good number in bergen county new jersey are in the dark over one hundred thousand customers in connecticut also don't have power reports of several hour long delays at the airports last night the trains were really crushed by the storm and delays are working themselves out there but the hope is to have a normal morning commute for metro north riders writer tom wolfe is dead at the age of eighty eight wolf died monday in a manhattan hospital where he reportedly was being treated for infection he's known for his bestsellers the right stuff and a bonfire of the vanities wolfe was a pioneer of what was referred to as the new journalism in the sixties and seventies tom roberts nbc news radio in a report says that facebook data on more than three million people who took a personality quiz was published onto a poorly protected website mike bauer has more around half of the six million participants taking the facebook psychology tests called my personality are said to have allowed their information to be anonymously shared with researchers in many cases it contain their age gender and relationship status for one hundred fifty thousand people that even contain their status updates as well as answers to a personality trait test all the data was supposed to be accessible only to.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of the playbook available every morning thank you for being with us and finally author tom wolfe passed away he was eighty eight years old often described as a master writer and satirist of american culture his books have included the right stuff on america's space program and the novel the bonfire of the vanities which satirized new york city's power culture these works by the way became the sources of major motion pictures in back in two thousand ten c stands book tv executive editor peter sleng interviewed thomas wolf in new york city this wolf if you had to describe your contribution to american arts and letters how would you describe i'd rather i'd rather not i wouldn't praise myself enough known actually most of my life i spent doing nonfiction i fifty five years of my life i still think it's the most important john were to come out of the well out of the second half the twentieth century and right now the rightists to watch are both nonfiction writers michael lewis and mark voting do other read those two guys and they're totally non affectionate why do you think that you become so well known then for your fiction well i think it was just turned out to be dazzling tom wolfe from a two thousand ten c span interview with c span two's book tv producer peter slann the author died today he was eighty eight years old c span's washington journalists heard live every morning at seven am eastern time four o'clock for those of you on the west coast c span's washington journal live every day with news and policy issues that impact you coming up wednesday morning ohio democratic congressman tim ryan talks about the twenty two eighteen midterm elections then politico tech reporter john handle on wednesday's senate vote on reinstating net neutrality rules and we're live from bismarck north dakota for the next stop on our c span bus fifty capitals tour with north dakota's governor doug burgum talk about top policy issues in his state sure to watch c span's washington journal live at seven am eastern wednesday morning join the discussion wcbs pfm washington were heard coast to coast on sirius xm streamed on the web at c span dot org and again we remind you to check out our free c span radio app washington today continues right now.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The latest news and events but what you think about it all is up to you got iraq newsradio fourteen ten wd lovie he's holding the line for america buck sexton is back i usually don't spend much time on the show talking about those who have recently departed in terms of people that are well known celebrities political figures but you may have seen the tom wolfe passed away today at the age of eighty eight and this this was one that i have to say i kind of had to stop and think for a little bit about how this guy had a an influence on me if you haven't read bonfire of the vanities i think that it's a book that to this day maintains a lot of it's political salience it still gives you a real sense of how the game is played when it comes to criminal prosecution the way the media deals with them and just the social and political dynamics at work in an american city i think that wolf's bonfire of the vanities really captured that in people that are all pushing their all pushing their own agendas and that has some very real effects for folks who are caught up in the maelstrom i think it's good book i was assigned it years ago in in school and i had already read it on my own that was kind of fun one whenever i used to love that when i had beaten the teacher to the punch but then i ended up having read again because you know reading comprehension tasks got to remember if you know the lady wore a pink bow in her hair or not or else they think you didn't read it but we know wolf was what was a really gosh i was gonna say profound author that sounds pretty hackneyed but it's true don't for bonfire very bad movie i was actually just talking family about that over the weekend the film adaptation of bonfire of the vanities is pretty much total garbage and as tom hanks in it.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Secretary lane child told an infrastructure we gathering of business industry and labor leaders as well as state and local highway and transit officials that while some advocate raising the federal gasoline tax and some favor attacks on vehicle miles traveled still others want no tax increase for transportation needs at all which is why this ministration hopes that we will work with congress on a bipartisan basis to cross difficult divide as to how to fund and finance our infrastructure the president's own plan which would shift and even greater share of the funding burden on the state and local governments is stalled so the white house says it is unlikely that any infrastructure funding plan will pass this year david schaper npr news wall street lower by the closing bell the dow down one hundred ninety three points then that twenty four thousand seven hundred three the nasdaq was down fifty nine points to end at seventy three fifty one the s and p five hundred down eighteen points ending at twenty seven eleven you're listening to npr news from washington tributes are pouring in for journalist and author tom wolfe who died yesterday at the age of eighty eight npr's petro mayor reports wolf author of bonfire of the vanities and the right stuff helped reinvigorate american fiction tom wolfe once famously began an essay with the word hernia repeated fifty seven times more or less and in the early sixties that was a revelation a bracing smack in the face of literary america will stream of consciousness wordplay helped create the genre known as new journalism and he brought the same livewire style to his novels let's get out from behind our deft and go into the streets and report on what's happening that's what a novel should be made from that's ron charles editor of the washington post book world he loved wolves nineteen ninety eight novel a man in full i did feel like i was reading kind of modern charles dickens american literature says ron charles had gotten sleepy feet an introspective and then tom wolfe came along petra mayor npr.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tom wolfe chronicler and satirist of american culture at age eighty six eighty seven so if you had plans later today to call tom wolfe don't waste your time so he was the guy who are white suit all the time yes bonfire the vanities the right stuff the electric kool aid acid test i read others i read the electric koolaid asked tests awesome tried to read bonfire of the vanities recently it's it's time it is not up well yeah you know what i yeah i gave up on it right stuff one of the greats as you said indeed say that i should mark that off your calendar if you're at dinner scheduled with tom wolfe later in the week he won't show up let's get news now with marshall phillips the un security council holding an emergency meeting now to discuss the deadly clashes at the gaza border this as turkey says it is prepared to take in wounded palestinians after israeli fire killed dozens and wounded hundreds during monday's gaza border protests now the country's turkey's health minister said their emergency agency in the military had prepared an airbridge to start transporting wounded the palestinians and there were just waiting for the negotiations to conclude so they're going to be flying in taking out the wounded and taking them back to turkey apparently at this point so i was just asking joe these people who are complaining that trump's move has killed the middle east peace process are they serious about that is that just a anti trump is gone crazy or do they the editorial board of the new york times trump's failure in jerusalem how it's a blow to the dream of peace what piece i don't how how many decades do you need to try this before you decide clearly it's not going to happen well in the entirely symbolic fantasy that jerusalem isn't the capital of israel it's just i don't even know how do you keep an idea like that in your head what's the purpose of it well because finally admitting it really piss off the palestinians involve blah blah i just pissed off we'll right i just what color is the sky in your world there are others who don't have nearly as allowed a megaphone the mainstream media who say finally we can get past the silly silly issue negotiate things that might change what are those really rough stories it's getting a.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is the number it was just announced the author tom wolfe died yesterday at the age of eighty eight i he was the author bonfire the vanities the right stuff and so many great works and he was part of that whole new breed of journalism all those guys came along in the late sixties and revolutionized journalism was him and nick pledging all is a new york magazine a guys back in the glory days of the new york magazine let's go to mario in east rutherford hey mario mark how you just a couple of things my daughter is a teacher in high school kids are coming to school in the morning stone on marijuana legalize marijuana medical marijuana that's number one number two you know mark all the respect my friend guys like you that have never been married and raise children legal brushing sushi you really wanna do that you really want to do it it's not stopping too serious way too serious hey coming up dennis miller will be with us in in just a few minutes we always love having him on he'll be here also cbs viacom viacom was the original parent company is cbs and there were two separate companies to separate stocks they were about to merge together something has gone wrong in this merger and now cbs pulling away and suing viacom now this is less moon vest who runs cbs and over there at viacom it's sherry redstone the daughter of sumner redstone the founder and she's always been kind of at war with les moonves s there's even talk that some of that dirt coming out about cbs the sex scandals she may have been pushing for that a little so this is going to get ugly there now suing each other there's somebody on the board of cbs that she wants out she says this person has been physically and verbally aggressive with people and nobody can figure out who this board members have been looking at the list of other people confirm there have been incidents they've witnessed but they can't say who the board member is so this could be an interesting fight that could get very ugly very fast now you know network tv is dying year after year it just keeps getting smaller and smaller the.

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"tom wolfe" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"tom wolfe" Discussed on On The Media

"You have to documents that depict this trip one is the electric koolaid esa test tom wolfe at the time that electric ruler acid test finally came out hippy movement was in full swing i guess the book functioned as this behind the scenes look at how everything started how the hippie movement became what it was gives you taught the hippies how to be hippies before the phrase hippy existed before anyone knew what was i mean they were in the bus and people didn't even know what to make them people thought maybe they were in the circus where like escape from the looney banner something what did tom wolfe make of them tom wolfe saw that keesey was as quintessential american figure a little p t barnum a little spiritual guru we actually spoke to thomas his favorite saying was you're either on the bus off the bus and if you off the bus that you out of greatest experience human beings have kizzie was striving to become the leader of the entire psychedelic movement what appealed to me the most was just as newsworthy goal for me i mentioned that they were two documents the other one keesey and the merry pranksters documented their travels for movie that they never released you had this concept of everybody's movies that everybody is living out a script keesey believed that acid could serve as a way of recognizing your script and away to break character to live freely in the moment a feel like you only come to this movie once and if you don't get centering rewarding out of every minute you're sitting there in your blowing your ticket.

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