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"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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05:31 min | 11 months ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York City is doubling its mobile testing fleet to 70 to encourage people to get COVID tests the U.S. saw a surge of coronavirus cases after the holidays last year Democrat and former state senator Tony avella has conceded the race for his old 19th council district seat in Queens This now makes his Republican opponent Vicki palladino the winner of the race and adds to the growing Republican representation in the council come January a vela had previously served in the council before winning a state Senate seat in 2009 palladino said in a statement she looked forward to delivering for constituents in the district This week governor Cathy holke told mass transit writers there would be no fare or toll hikes for at least 6 months at the MTA but WNY NYC Steven Nestlé reports at its monthly board meeting the agency said future fair hikes will still be necessary That's because the agency will still have a hard time balancing its budget in the coming years Ridership is still only about half of what it was before the pandemic The MTA says even if it gets back to 86% in the next few years that's still means a loss of $1 billion a year in fairs So to make up for these losses it may have to raise fares in the middle of next year as well as the year after that And again in 2025 The agency insists the 6 month reprieve has nothing to do with the gubernatorial primary next spring but is a business decision in effort to bring riders back to the system A Brooklyn subway station will be renamed to honor Haitian culture in the neighborhood the new Kirk avenue stop on the two and 5 lines on Nostradamus will now be known as the new Kirk little Haiti station Your forecast now mostly sunny with a high near 67 today overnight showers and 42 right now 55 and clear at 6 O 7 Support for NPR comes from the Ford foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms learn more at Ford foundation dot org On the next all of it Lin-Manuel Miranda joins us to discuss his film directorial debut tick tick boom about the early days of rent composer Jonathan Larson's life in New York City as he turns 30 in 1990 in hopes to make it big And a wildly experimental new play called medicine is playing at saint ams the show's feature actor Donald gleeson will be our guest I'm Alison Stewart join me for all of it We gave it new On WNYC This is morning edition from NPR news I mean Martinez in Culver City California And I'm Noelle king in Washington D.C. Travis mcmichael one of three men on trial for the murder of ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick Georgia last year took the witness stand in his own defense yesterday NPR's debian Stevie Elliott has been following this trial She's in Brunswick this morning Good morning to you Debbie Morning A lot of people have seen the graphic cell phone video of this killing which is really central to the prosecution's case What did Travis mcmichael say in his defense Well he testified that here and his father Greg had armed themselves and when in pursuit of ahmaud Arbery in a pickup truck because they saw him running down their street he said they wanted to question Arbery about neighborhood break ins after he'd seen Arbery a couple of weeks earlier in a home construction site But Arbery wouldn't stop mcmichael described turning the truck around several times to try to catch up with Arbery as he was running away He said Arbery looked angry with clenched teeth eventually met Michael got out of his truck with a shotgun and there was a struggle A shot What He had my gun He struck me It was obvious that he was that he was attacking me that if he would have got the shotgun from me then it was the life or death situation That was his defense attorney Jason Sheffield asking the why Mcmichael's answer there was he was acting in self defense Sheffield also spent a lot of time asking mcmichael about what he called law enforcement training that he got as a petty officer in the U.S. coast guard his actual job was that of a mechanic And that's interesting Did prosecutors ask mcmichael about this Yeah that was one of the things that prosecutor Linda Donna koski zeroed in on was that training In particular whether he was trained on a defendant's rights under the Fifth Amendment You learned as part of your time in the military that you can't force people to speak with you That's correct And that if someone walks away you have to let them walk away Yes She also asked him about whether or not he was making assumptions about crime in the neighborhood based on rumor She got met Michael to admit that he did not call 9-1-1 before leaving their house and going in pursuit of Arbery That call was not made until just moments before he was killed People are watching this trial very closely How did folks react to mcmichael's testimony yesterday You know outside the courthouse after the testimony had wrapped up for the day Arbery's mother Wanda Cooper Jones said she actually appreciated hearing mcmichael's testimony Because.

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"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Today's the first day city employees in New York who were not vaccinated against COVID-19 will be placed on unpaid leave Gwyn Hogan with member station WNYC says it's unclear how many city employees might be affected Starting today workers who can't prove they've got at least one dose of the COVID shot will be sent home without pay That's going to impact about 16% of police officers and EMTs and 27% of firefighters Some city agencies canceled vacation days and days off for their employees to prepare for staffing shortages Overall the city says 91% of city workers have gotten the shot and they expect the coming days to go smoothly Jury selection begins today in Wisconsin in the trial of Kyle rittenhouse He's charged with the shooting deaths of two people and the wounding of a third in August of last year The shootings occurred during a night of protests in Kenosha in response to the police shooting of a black man Jacob Blake NPR's Cheryl corley is following the trial While written house claims it was self defense and that he was protecting himself while others tried to attack him Prosecutors say rittenhouse who lived 15 miles away in Illinois was what they called a chaos tourist and a vigilante who killed and wounded people Rittenhouse was 17 at the time This is NPR news President Biden is among those who will be attending a UN climate summit today in Glasgow Scotland the president is expected to call on the leaders of other countries to commit to large measures designed to curb global warming The World Series is heading back to Houston for game 6 last night in Atlanta the Astros beat the braves 9 to 5 to cut Atlanta's lead in the series to three games to two Game 6 is tomorrow night If necessary game 7 would also be played in Houston The braves are trying to win their first World Series in more than 20 years The NAACP is urging professional athletes not to consider signing with teams in Texas Jerry Clayton with Texas public radio says the appeal comes in an open letter to athletes The organization says the letter is in response to the state's laws regarding abortion and its ban on mass requirements along with new restricted voting laws The letter was directed to player associations for the NBA NFL WNBA MLB and NHL In the letter NAACP leaders said these laws are a blueprint by legislators to violate constitutional rights for all The letter also said that the rights of people of color are being attacked in the state There are 9 major league professional teams in Texas in Dallas San Antonio and Houston I'm Jerry Clayton in San Antonio Thou futures are up 152 points this morning I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington And it's WNYC in New York at 5 33 Good November 1st morning mostly clear and chilly this morning sunny and 59 today More than 8000 NYPD officers have still not received the COVID vaccine ahead of the city's mandate taking effect today doubling NYC's George Joseph reports New city data shows 84% of the NYPD has received at least one dose of the vaccine That number hasn't changed in several days and many officers are hoping their applications to avoid the vaccine for religious reasons may pan out One detective who requested anonymity because he's not allowed to speak to the press applied for the exemption and told WNYC he's worried about the long-term effects of the vaccine He also said the department has had to shift non patrol officers to patrol assignments Because so many people are still refusing to get the shot The NYPD did not respond to a request for comment about this claim but said they've worked to expand vaccine access for all members 54 unclear headed up to 59 today It's WNY.

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"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Creative equitable and sustainable future and the estate of some year nagib who is bequest helps ensure access for all to quality public radio reporting and stories that encourage lifelong learning Coming up on 8 37 this morning edition on WNYC and Michael hill and with me today is reporter and editor Nancy Solomon Tomorrow's the last day of the fall pledge drive here with raising money that keeps WNYC coming to you We have some sense of how important how valuable this station is to use So we're asking you this morning to support us Support WNY say with a small ongoing monthly contribution or a large one We call it sustaining membership give now by calling 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two or go to WNYC dot org and look for the red donate button Nancy we're asking people to support what they rely on which is WNY say And you know with all the barrage of bad news and concerning things and scary things going on I love listening to something like that feature we just heard from Amy pearl It's just it's like Saab for the wounded heart and it's and that is public radio It's trying to bring you the breadth of human experience not just all the problems although you know one could argue maybe we get a little bit of a heavy dose of that But also the joy in life And radio is such a great way to hear those stories because with those voices and the sounds of the birds that was the best two minute listen of my morning So thank you Amy pearl and thanks to all of you who are donating we really need your support It's been a tough year for WNYC and we need you to make that call 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two We have Brooklyn roasting company fair trade coffee freshly roasted for you for any pledge amount.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WNYC dot org and look for the red donate button feel free to wear it out and keep donating large or small donations contributions we will take them and we certainly appreciate your financial support and we appreciate and value your listenership to WNYC as well And imagine though if we were not here what would that mean to you And I have to ask that question because it's an important one I'm going to ask you to give for the reason that you tune to the station that you listen that you feel that this station is important to your life to your world Georgia in taco This is in Westchester county right above The Bronx This is what she wrote after she became a sustaining member She says because I couldn't imagine a world without WNYC She writes I learned so much every day and feels so connected to the world because I listen every day I couldn't imagine a world without WNY say And we have to ask everybody else out there could you imagine that a world without WNY say Don't take for granted that we'll be here tomorrow Don't take for granted that will be here next week that will be here next month next year Don't take it for granted What would it mean for you if W NYC was not here Why is this station important to you Give for that reason That's where we're asking for this morning And asking you to become a sustaining member as our membership drive for this fall is ending tomorrow 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two that's 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two or simply going online to W NYC dot org look for that red donate button whether you do it online or whether you make a phone call we appreciate your support No donation is too small no donation is too large We appreciate you We appreciate your listen Please give Thank you WNYC is supported by Saint Francis heart center working to provide compassionate care at.

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"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That was teacher Katie Wright for privacy purposes we are not using her student's names Support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from Chopin committed to delivering transformative healthcare solutions for women and families Believes that we're a woman lives should not determine if she lives more at JH PI GO dot org Norton LifeLock reminding consumers there was a victim of identity theft every three seconds in 2020 learn more at life lock dot com slash NPR and cyber reason a cybersecurity company dedicated to ending the fear of ransomware while attackers hold businesses to ransom cyber reason works to protect them more at sabers and dot com slash ransom At 7 24 this is morning edition on WNYC and Michael hill and with me today is reporter and editor Nancy Solomon tomorrow is the last day of the fall Plants drive I'll say it again It's the last day tomorrow of our fall plant drive we're raising the money that keeps WNYC on the airwaves and coming to you with the kind of program you rely on We've been with you and we've been through a lot together over the last couple of months or a couple of years actually at the start of the pandemic We told you we would be here for you throughout and we have will keep being here We're here because of your support Listener support is carrying double the NYC like never ever before and going forward will keep depending on your support We're asking you this morning for a small or a large ongoing monthly contribution whatever you can afford we call it sustaining membership here Give now by calling 88 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two or go to WNYC dot org and look for that red donate button Nancy there are things there that are make it really easy to give the WNY set That's right We have a special offer this morning a 12 ounce ten of fair trade coffee that is specially roasted for WNYC by Brooklyn roasting company and I will admit I'm a bit of a coffee snob as embarrassing as it is to say And having locally roasted coffee means that it will be fresh and you can count on that And that.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The world up That on the subway car Down Just got a great one bedroom Up Need three more roommates to afford it Ouch We'll hear something to buffer those downs and remind you why you live in the greatest city in the world When you donate now to WNYC will send you a year's subscription to The New Yorker magazine In addition to theater restaurant and film reviews it's your connection to great fiction humor and award winning journalism Supporting WNYC up a year of The New Yorker up Here's how to join I love that You can click that donate button at WNYC dot org or you can call 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two that's 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two we are looking for sustaining members this morning who provide a stable base of funding for all the work that we do here at WNYC becoming a sustaining member is the best way to ensure that WNYC is able to cover the important stories of the day and the stories to come Bridget bridge you have an update on where we are now We just started this break just a few minutes ago and I think we have some updated numbers as well Just new numbers in Michael I feel like I'm giving election results We have already chipped away at that goal We have we need just 30 more sustaining members in the next 18 minutes I think we can do this I know we can do this It's Friday let's do this together Let's plow into our weekend feeling great knowing that there are all part of this WNYC community You can give online find that red donate button at WNYC dot org or call 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two thank you thank you so much for being a supporter And Bridget we are marching toward a noon goal we're trying to get 1500 sustaining members by noon today we have little more than 5 hours to go I am pretty sure we can get there because we have great listeners on WNY say Listeners support makes everything you hear on WNYC possible and that's why we need you to become a sustaining member today And it's very easy to do We are talking about a WNYC dot org website there where did you just go on there.

"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Why we're asking you to set up an ongoing monthly contribution we call it sustaining membership and we need to get to 1500 sustainers by noon today to unlock $50,000 from nagata Give a call now at 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two or go on WNYC dot org and look for that donate button Bridget Matt and I did this yesterday morning We said that we could do I know with you on board and with me on board and our great listeners I know we can reach this goal You know there are so many great reasons why you would want to become a sustaining member of WNYC I would point to one of the things that's very much on my mind these days Michael and that's of course the upcoming elections Yes WNYC is really committed to providing you not just the picture of what's happening nationally across the country but also what is happening here in your community And why it matters to you why you should know who your city council member is why you should be following this mayoral election and let me tell you come in quickly at us this upcoming gubernatorial election in New York And of course the gubernatorial election in New Jersey These are just a few of the reasons why your support and your support is a sustaining member You so vital We need to reach this goal of 1500 sustaining members by today And I know Michael like you said we can do it We're up early We're going to get people going We're going to rev them up and if you're hearing my voice now then take a moment before the day gets away from you and call 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two or give it WNY C or we can do this Let's unlock this $50,000 Hi this is.

"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Travelers soon for the first time since the pandemic It's taking my breath away this morning Also it's the second day of our fall pledge drive here at New York public radio WNY scene we're looking for sustaining members new ones to join us in their support of WNYC and public media They can also donate at 80 83 7 6 W NYC This is WNYC FM HD and a.m. New York Live from NPR news in Washington on COVID Coleman The Biden administration says it has helped broker an agreement with two major ports in Southern California For members station KP CC Manuel valladares reports the deal is aimed at relieving supply chain bottlenecks that are slowing economic growth The port of Los Angeles now plans to run a 24 hour 7 day a week operation This follows a transition to that schedule by the port of Long Beach about three weeks ago Those ports handle 40% of all shipping containers answering the United States A Long Beach port official stresses that although both ports will be open around the clock shippers and other transportation entities will need to operate at the same capacity before the supply chain begins to return a normal Courts are also dealing with worker shortages and the lack of truck drivers continues to slow the distribution of goods across the country For NPR news I'm Manuel baidar in Pasadena a federal judge is holding senior officials from the Washington D.C. Department of Corrections in civil contempt and Pierre's Ryan Lucas reports the case involves a man charged in the deadly attack on the U.S. capitol building The judge brought the warden of the D.C. jail and the director of the district's Department of Corrections into court in connection with the case of Christopher worrell orel is a self described proud boy who was being held at the D.C. jail ahead of his trial on several felony counts related to the capital riot He has a fractured finger that needs surgery U.S. district court judge Royce lamberth found inexcusable delays by jail officials in turning over medical documents Actions that he said potentially amounted to deliberate mistreatment The judge did not impose sanctions on the jail officials but he did refer the matter to the Justice Department to look into potential civil rights violations of January 6th defendants Ryan.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As captain Kirk on the TV show Star Trek made it to space for real He is 90 years old and broke Blue Origin's own record for the oldest person to make the suborbital trip Marfa public radio's barb on Guyana has more The man most synonymous with the final frontier is now the oldest person to travel to the edge of space Captain Kirk himself the great William Shatner An emotional Shatner exited new shepherd's crew capsule after the short suborbital trip and embrace Blue Origin owner Jeff Bezos What you have given me Is the most profound experience that I can I'm so filled with emotion about what just happened I just it's extraordinary Speaking to Bezos while everyone around them celebrated the successful trip Shatner tried to put his experience into words He says he was struck not only by the colors he saw as the capsule sped toward space but also by how vulnerable earth looked from that altitude of about 66 miles up I hope I never recovered from this I hope that I can maintain what I feel now I don't want to lose it Basil's was present for both the launch and to greet the crew back after the close to ten minute voyage to the edge of space where the passengers were able to get out of their seats and experience weightlessness for a few minutes Before strapping back in for the ride back home For NPR news I'm barb and Guyana in Marfa Texas This is a pianist It's his WNY sea in New York Good morning I'm Michael hill coming up on all of it 16 time Grammy winner Dave Grohl frontman of Foo Fighters talks about his ten years nirvana's drummer and healing after the death of his friend and musical collaborator Kurt Cobain and Chappelle show co created Neal Brennan talks about his new stand up and storytelling special unacceptable It's coming up at noon today on 93.9 FM AMA 20 WNYC is supported by flatbush food co op offering fresh organic local produce and fair trade foods in Brooklyn since 1976 open to the public with delivery and curbside pickup available membership information and more at flatbush food co op WNYC independent journalism in the public interest 93.9 FM and AMA 20 NPR news and their New York conversation Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly President Biden says a new agreement with two ports in Southern California is designed to ease supply chain disruptions in the U.S. NPR's Nathan Roth says the ports are shifting to 24 7 operations to help alleviate a backlog of container ships offshore The complex that makes up the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handle roughly 40% of all cargo containers entering the U.S. The last month a record 73 ships were forced to wait for a birth Both ports will now be offloading ships 24 hours a day After an agreement was made with the Biden administration to address product shortages and rising prices yesterday the Labor Department reported consumer prices in the U.S. rose again in September They were up 5.4% compared to the same month last year That's the sharpest one year jump in prices since 2008 More than 10,000 employees at John Deere are on strike They walked off the job this morning in a contract dispute earlier this week union members rejected the company's latest offer It included pay raises of 5 to 6% The strike effects 14 John Deere plants and several states including Iowa Illinois Colorado Kansas and Georgia Montana is reporting a record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations They hit 510 yesterday This is NPR news At its WNYC at 5 32 a good morning on Michael hill 63 with fog mist in Central Park mostly sunny today in a high of 76 And after the New York City police officer this morning is in custody after she allegedly shot and wounded her ex-girlfriend and killed the ex's new girlfriend It happened yesterday at a house in bensonhurst where police say the officer waited for the pair to arrive More than 200 detainees incarcerated in Rikers islands women's facility will be temporarily moved to state run prisons in Westchester county Governor Cathy hulk a mere de Blasio announced the transfers yesterday it's the latest effort to reduce the population of Rikers amidst a spike in violence and staff absences at the jail people held at the rose M singer center on Rikers known as roses have long complained of abusive and unsanitary conditions Sharon white harrigan is a former detainee who now leads the women's community justice association she praised the city's decision to move the jail's population At Rosie you are treated as if you already sentenced to the.

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"wny  c." Discussed on The Insider

The Insider

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on The Insider

"It's you know that long so it's joke ending and i you know i did that for a while but i was never seemed to me like it would be better if those sixteen piece is went back to one reopen. I experimented with a lot of different ways. And initially i had like a top it and some other stuff that was but it wasn't as as deceptive as the next one which involved me some mechanical crap in a suitcase even in my little case prop case and then i wanted to move away from the suitcase and so and make it self contained on my person but not atop it. And so it's just you know it's evolved over the years into in but that's that's not that's just to make the trick better and i feel like done that with a lot of things just and also not just make it better but in the process i mean i i wanna make it better but i also wanna make it more my own right so nobody has that except for me when if you if you see that trick. Hopefully you're only seeing me do it. And so i mean and many of the tricks in my show or like that. I mean i. I started out. Doing terry seabrook's bill and wallet burnt bill thing and i did that almost word for word with the manuscript that i bought when i was teenager and but over the years i mean i'm like trying to get away from that and i bought my cave. Wny's magic comedy book had terry's routine but with a bill in the cigar finish instead so i switched to that because less people were doing that and and then but it still it was. Mike's not mine. Yeah and so had the idea for the telephone and changed up some other stuff and added a card trick in the middle and hypnotize myself. And just over the years it's just built up and then I did carlisle's homing card card to pocket. And and then after the bill was in the cigar then i would in the card trick with a card in the wallet but you know cardinal while everybody does and so it's like trying to figure out and so then. I landed on a little snack. Pack box of cereal for the car to so just over the years just trying to make the trick better and unique..

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"wny  c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"20 NPR news and the New York conversation Lie from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Afghanistan will be the focus today when the Senate armed services committee hears from defense secretary Lloyd Austin and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general Mark milley They're expected to be questioned about the U.S. Military's withdrawal from that country and American drone strike in Kabul that killed ten civilians including 7 children and U.S. citizens still in Afghanistan South Korea's military says North Korea fired a missile into the sea today off the country's east coast It was the third such missile test by Pyongyang this month North Korea is calling on the Biden administration to permanently end joint military exercises involving the U.S. and South Korea The demand was made yesterday by North Korea's ambassador to the UN on the final day of the UN General Assembly Israel's new prime minister Naftali Bennett told the General Assembly Israel will not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon Linda fasulo reports The Israeli prime minister told the General Assembly that quote Iran's nuclear program is hit a watershed moment and so has our tolerance He did not discuss the Israeli–Palestinian conflict but did stress Israel's normalization of relations with Bahrain Morocco and the United Arab Emirates Japan's prime minister says the country's coronavirus restrictions will be allowed to expire at the end of the month They went into effect in April This is NPR news This is WNYC at 5 32 67 and partly cloud You get ready for a stormy day High in the mid 70s Good morning I'm Michael hill in the news New York City public school teachers in staff have until the end of this week to get vaccinated if they want to keep working the mandate which was supposed to go into effect Monday was halted twice by the courts but last night the federal appeals court gave it the green light once again The three judge panel lifted the order temporarily suspending the mandate until the federal circuit court of Manhattan could consider complaints from a group of teachers Mayor de Blasio says staff must now get their first shot by Friday at 5 p.m. and if they don't he says the city will have substitute teachers and other staff replaced them come Monday morning New York healthcare workers were required to have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by last night or face losing their jobs governor Kathy hoko says she hopes unvaccinated workers will do the right thing but says the state is preparing for staffing shortages But we'll be convening what I'm going to call an operations center where we're going to find out the resources we have at hand I've asked some of the hospitals who have those high numbers to give us the names of individuals who are willing to go elsewhere 16% of hospital workers have yet to be vaccinated that's according to the most recent data from the state In other news now propose construction of a nearly 120 mile long natural gas pipeline from northeastern Pennsylvania to central New Jersey will not be going forward pen east pipeline company said yesterday because it hasn't gotten permits from New Jersey It has ceased all further development of the project It's a major wind for environmental groups who oppose the plan arguing it would hurt the landscape threaten wildlife and contribute to the use of fossil fuels R&B singer R. Kelly has been convicted of all charges in the federal sex trafficking trial that lasted 7 weeks A New York City jury of 7 men and 5 women found Kelly guilty of racketeering plus sexually exploitation of a child and bribery Kelly was accused of running a Chicago based criminal enterprise that recruited his accusers for unwanted sex and mental torment Kelly was also convicted of criminal courts accusing him of violating the man act which makes it illegal to take someone across state lines for any immoral purpose Your forecast 67 partly clouded out potential for some hazardous weather meaning some severe thunderstorms today showers and thunderstorms during the day and a high of 75 It's WNY say Support for NPR.

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"wny  c." Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"And that became the move. That became the thing that i tried to. Every story every show but it felt so hermetically sealed in some way a kept away from the messy -ness of the world. Yeah i guess like most stories aren't completely simplistic right. Yeah and i also was running into stories that challenged the idea. That science is the only way to know the world You know there were stories that i bumped into where people disagreed with the science or the truth that was in the room. At that moment you could express it scientifically but there was a much deeper truth hiding right behind that and so when i say i got tired of the wonder stuff. It wasn't that i didn't do that anymore. It's just that. I felt like that was actually a smaller piece of a larger mission. And so you made a change right like from stories that evoked. Aw two that were really all abou- conflict but you had a problem with that too. There was one episode. I think that kind of summed it up for you. Yeah i mean it was a it was an episode that I think this was twenty. Twelve We ended up investigating the idea that post vietnam. The soviet union used chemical weapons on the mon villagers in the mountains of laos. So is this really perilous moment and so we ended up speaking to a guy Who was there and claimed that chemical weapons had been used on him and his fellow villagers and a lot of people died and it was a horrible situation Problem was that some western scientists went there and measured to see if there were in fact chemical weapons being used didn't find any chemical weapons and then basically figured out. I should call it a theory. I guess that In fact what was being mistaken chemical weapons was Be poop pollen basically. That was the theory that was what the western scientists said macos. Robert crowe which was talking to this fellow asking him. Did you see the stuff. Did the source of the renew firsthand account for the fact that this came from planes. They're always a plane and then rain and the guy couldn't but he said i i know what the scientists say and they're wrong because i know what i experienced planning to speak to what i've seen in there is no inkling in my mind was chemicals that with our killing my people this went back and forth and back and forth for a long long while but he himself is not clear whether it's the beast stuff or whether this is a man to debate and then it just. The interview ended badly. The there's a sad lack of justice that that that the word of a man who survived this thing must be pitted against a professor from harvard. Who's read these accounts. I i can tell. Your uncle didn't see the bee pollen fall. Your uncle didn't see a plane all this hearsay which apollo had the awadh. Magnus went on bonanza. My uncle says For the last twenty years he didn't know that anything anybody was interested in the deaths among report. He agreed to do this interview. Because you were interested you know what happened to them among happened and what we know has been questioned again and again is not a surprise to him or to me. I think that. I think the interview is done fell horrible. Jad continues his story in his ted. Talk hammering at a scientific truth when someone has suffered. that wasn't gonna heal anything. And maybe i was relying too much on science to find the truth and it really did feel at that moment that there are a lot of truths in the room and we were only looking at one of them. It was one of those like ninety minute. Conversations at ended up getting edited down to three minutes and in those three minutes. Look like we believe the guy. And i feel like we kinda did to be honest. I don't think we did it right on a number of levels. I gotta get better at this so for the next eight years. I committed myself to doing stories where you heard truth collide. We did stories about politics of concern. You heard the perspective of survivors perpetrators whose narratives stories about rails. Black men are systematically eliminated from juries and yet the rules that try and prevent that happening only make things worse or he's about counterterrorism tournament detainees stories where everything is disputed. All you can do is struggle to try and make sense and the struggle kind of became the point. I began to think. Maybe that's my job to lead people to moments of struggle because truth is no longer just a set of facts to be captured become a process. It's gone from being a noun to being a verb increasingly in this confusing world. We need to be the bridge between those differences. How do you do that. How do you end that story. So jad you have smoke hicfa. Wny's along the way and your career and you realize that you do want to tell stories about conflict but you also realize that you can't just end those stories without some kind of resolution. How did you discover that. And i mean how did you know if that was even possible. Yeah i mean kind of a weird genesis story. So this is what brings me to dolly or saint dolly. We like to call her in the south. Tell you about one little glimmer of an epiphany that i.

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"wny  c." Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"Even gonna. I'm not gonna stop and watch but you put usa on it and you put another country. Now let's see the best in the world is while i'm on. I'm i'm watching this. And i'm cheer cheer from country. Yeah the new zealanders. Strap the united states here a few years back Were there sailboating. They had the new zealanders beat america. They never did get over that. A lot of people were surprised that for four years all these sports us in the olympics. They're playing them in the off year too. And they're even televise them. You know but to your point. Nobody's really tuned into hell. Let's put the maybe the olympics Insert some type of conventional getting along. Let just compete in sports with no wars and kid on each other. I mean you know would be a healthy thing for countries. If they could get together. And do that. I guess while you things that i think it values humans you know we we. We live here. We're this let. No debt remain outstanding. Which we're gonna get to in rome. Thirteen eight except the one to love one another. I mean you love your neighbor. Don't do some of the and those. The listeners are going to send this answer. I'll just go ahead and bring it up dog about so because a lot of people have been turned off that olympics. Because there's been a you know a few athletes that have you know light out during the anthem or turn their back. You know the flag and were some stuff that was put on a t-shirt and so a little of that has happened. i i think it's not widespread. Although you know. I honestly i i haven't seen accept what's being reported so i want them so right. A lot of people want to throw it out. Because i kind of took the other take. I mean. i don't like that. Obviously but i thought most of those americans that are over there love their country love competing so i hate to throw out the whole games because there's a few in my nephew bad actors and bad apple so it's just another way to look at that but i know there's strong opinions about it. In our you know our listeners said about camaraderie. They ought to. They ought to consider that. I guess among nations camaraderie here when we get together and yeah but hey when we'd rather not go to war but sometimes there is war. Which kind is the lead in is. We had a question from a guy named jared. That's a I don't know if he's still in the military or which is was but he'd been deployed several times and he had been involved in in several firefights in in one of the cases Took someone's life you know one of the one of the combatants That they were that we've been fighting against. I guess in afghanistan or somewhere in the middle east and It obviously has bothered him so we asked us about it. I in lieu of the ten commandments. He said you know it says thou shall not kill which it actually says that. I should not murder but i want us to talk a little bit about that as we lead into rome. Thirteen because it you know. Paolo lays out a i. Guess a case for foul in the authorities in there he mentions even the idea about burying the sword so women let me just read. It says everyone must submit himself to the governor authorities for there's no authority except that which god is established which he was basically giving the almighty credit for the the idea of establishment that we have on the earth yet called law and order the authorities that exists have been established by god consequently he who rebels against the authorities rebuilding yes. Well god is instituted in those who do so bring jobs. Run them sales for rulers. Hold no terror for those who do right but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from the fear of the one in authority. Then do what's right and he will come in you for he is god's servant to do you good but if you do wrong be afraid and you got a member i think he's speaking in generalities here. I mean there are corrupt governments in there. They're in there always. Is this president of good. Nevil do he goes on to say he is. God's servant an agent of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoing therefore it is necessary to submit to the authorities not only because of possible punishment but also because of content. And then he even says this is also why you pay taxes for the authorities are god's servants who give their full-time of governing. Give everyone what you always. If it's taxes taxes revenue revenue. And then he comes down and says let no debt remain outstanding except the debt to love one another and then by the end of thirteen. He gives you a pitcher. What the greater motivation for us to be. Which is to be like. Jesus what jared wny's understand is Let's take a break. We'll take a break. I would say to jared said when the japanese for no reason. They had no reason when they attacked pearl harbor and they were trying to expand their empire they were a powerful powerful nation at the time so they attacked china all their neighbors. They started concord islands. They said we need to get the united states out of the way. So let's let's let's take care of their their fleet at pearl harbor so about three thousand. I think a little less than three thousand died on that day and in that day will live in infamy. According to the president roosevelt at the time this day will live in infamy. Because we're coming back so we declared war on japan because they attacked us. Journeys understand that millions step forth and went to the marine corps. Air force army Everybody so everybody under one said we're gonna we're gonna let you do that attack us for no reason so when they all joined up we lost hundreds of thousands during that process. Four five six years. So we're to came and left but all those guys. I went to omaha beach. And i stood on that sand and looked how far it was to the edge the bluff and on top of the bluffs all the germans lurgan that of the war. I was just hoping that. They had a love for god and believed in jesus christ before. They started out a call san that that beach. So that's that. So the twin towers jared. We were attacked two of our tallest buildings in the new york city for crying out loud and they ran jet loads of human beings into these buildings and they did it with with no reason. They just did it because they they were trying to make a point. I guess so. They murdered all the citizens of three thousand died there so jazz. The conflict you're into you were there. Because the president of the united states. George bush said the people who brought these towers down. They're going to be hearing from us. So jared you the one of the ones that Joined up but when when you you killed our enemy just remember. They're the ones that started. And in my humble opinion it was a righteous undertaking. When you signed up joined up and you went into war against the enemy by my count. I think we want it. Basically out of there now. And it's all ended iraq afghanistan and all that. But i think i think it was worthy of note that they're the ones that started running airplanes in the building. It's not us out mentioned at the beginning. You kind briefly set it. But the doesn't say thou shalt not kill it dow shot not murder. The hebrew word is is murder and so a killing is not necessarily sinful. And it's murder in if you're if you if someone breaks into your house and you know they're gonna rape pillage your family and your belongings e obviously you defend your family that you kill them in response that's not. That's that's an honorable thing to do to protect your family. So i would tell jared first and foremost because the email said dow shot and killed and i see that shot up murder and when i ran for us congress In two thousand fourteen..

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"wny  c." Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"wny c." Discussed on Beyond the Ball Podcast with Jonathan Jones

"Yeah it's it's so much going on to in just like we're talking about before it's know people are rolling out. The idea projections people are talking about. You know what would could be in one thing that i that that that i've been throwing out here as of late in just the just to put a curve ball in the conversation understanding that. Nih dollars typically. It has been focused around. You know your instagram twitter. Your social media. What if just what if we wiped away all of the platforms not no blue checks. No social media no followers. Then what do we do in regards to nfl. Now it's great. I prefer that. I think that's a really cool question dive into i. You see instagram's already planning I've got a beta testing. Going on of taken away likes on instagram. So you can like a picture but you'll never know how many lights you got Or or special you'll follow his will never see how many likes you've got I think for the influence of marketing side. You still have to get your thoughts. Your succumb wny's can see the daughter on that but If you'll like a business account but it's absolutely a good question. I what it what is value if it's not like and follows And you'll always gonna be wanting to calculate a return on investment. You're gonna wanna find what the business won't you bring back to the business after the nba year But i i really liked the that concept. Because i'm not an instagram. Famous guy. Like i don. I don't hold much value on instagram. But i still think. I hold a lot of value as a person. So it's about teaching those student athletes that you more than likes and follows which would now in that. This has been an issue for a long time. I'm not sure if you're familiar with that. Instagram tried starting instagram for kids and got shot down pretty quickly for losing his right. Now you're gonna be over thirteen to be on instagram. And i tried starting one facilitating and under zuckerberg obviously hitting that in ego questioned that the at a congressional hearing for and he was saying. Oh you know we can bring a lot of value to to and undesired they can communicate with friends and everything these congressmen and women ago. And wha like go outside go hang bike around to your friends houses. That's it's how we used to do it..

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"wny  c." Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"wny c." Discussed on Trina Talk

"Hair care. Tell me exactly what that means. So we basically created hair care products, which is shampoo conditioner styling cream and shines serum where we took out the sulfates, parabens and phthalates which are sort of the big knows. That everybody agrees on there. A lot of ingredients that people don't agree on. That's what's so difficult about clean beauty. But. Those three pretty much everybody agrees on we took those out. It's really hard to do in hair care because those are the things that create censorial experiences and suds and. A sense of feeling of clean people like. You have to find alternative ingredients to replace them at. We wanted the products to still feel very luxurious in high-performing. And when James was created wny's. He intuitively knew without knowing the way I I worked on here care for a bunch of my career and I know from consumer insight and Research Perspective hydration is the number one issue for consumers. James. Didn't know that he just intuitively knew. That people would always complain and their hair would be dry and it be fried and he'd be dealing with models at clairol where he took color their hair colored back and so he kind of just knew that if you solve hydration pretty much everyone's Harish isn't actually the truth you can your hair we shinier healthier less frizzy more manageable fuller. All the things you want with when it's just properly hydrated. So now I'm sorry. Go ahead. No No. So I was just wondering is this haircare can it be used on all types of hair? We tested it on. Every type of hair we could find. We did quite a bit of extensive a consumer testing. our chemists are also African American and they tested it on themselves above. because. They're like, you know. Torture tests and and I knew if they were happy with the products and they would actually use the products that a lot of other people would be happy with them as well. So we tested them to sort of crew that out and see is that actually the case and test it on all types of Asian. Hair we tested it on like my kind of hair which is very straits and thin and colored. tested on in a super course hair super curly hair. I would say. It's not like there's no product that's going to be one hundred percent everybody. But. We felt that we could make a product that was going to work for like ninety percent of people and I think that's been proven out so far since we've launched the people that really like it the most tend to be on the ends of the spectrum what I mean by that is either like me like very.

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"wny  c." Discussed on Giddy Up

Giddy Up

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"wny c." Discussed on Giddy Up

"I'm not into Moshi Situation my. Off on the screen now for at least so you can. Say That now dot look to be fair. She doesn't probably look sixty one, I think it would be fit assignment and if it looks like a hello t nine, twenty, seven, twenty, seven. Well fuck that if you get past at twenty. Five. Twenty. Eight big game and then. My. Personal View is love knows no boundaries don't feel happy like good lots gives us. Both adults and actually being in a relationship for threes. This is not something that's. Just whipped up a relationship on tinder. This is this is the real deal for three you so I say sexually off the chat. Awesome. He'd be living drawing. On the. Threes they both happy and I think that's all it really league our. Good. Buddy hell ever. Do. have. A crash and booed and I'd say. Hell old because they go to be overnight. Your White. Now you're adult say you might the CO I? You realize champion. With her if it's possible. Fitch. Did before the kids. Twenty. Just, south. Sign. Thought but. Not, she's at the end of a long. She's got a bit left but see I ain't gonNA be around. You know for as potentially as long as too much. So as always I accept all the reality they all think it's up to them and it's now else's concerned and Bloody Gulag tool very happy for them. Congratulations to a lovely couple. Listening you. I'm sure. If you. Guys Welcome. To hear a bit more about. Adoption. And with. The BAC. He's about a walk along the. Right to cat flying across the screen where we get to Austin right. Well Getting Worse on you little by the hippos. tunes and I just take a breath and think about the fact that your adopted and you had had a hell of a story in you've shared for with the view was now we did side, there's a couple wny's Hugli and more and more and more of your turning to the podcast, and so let me bring you up to speed in a not show these giant tastes adoption. Giant, was adopted A. Knew, right from the start that he's adopted, parents said to him how year adopted my Hayes Mum separated way married and so he's had a mom and dad always lost at he's made twenty said a really lot found out about who my real mummy and Mario went along to adoption agency. They taught him how to let it guide him an envelope with tiles. He wrote a letter to this lady was he's next idea who we're going around. Had Lunch and then first thing a which is really important. He's mum as mom said to him was you look exactly lock your father? So of course that under the whole new lot of curiosity you did some research started raiding through the fine book you found out and you stop the whole lot of people. You had a little bit of information that said that you dad worked at the Preston market. So you rang everyone ought to put through the survey die said. One of them said, actually, we did have a stall at the Preston market. So then you're onto something you, they beat light own by the SAM conversations you discuss and found out when you spoke to your dad that he actually didn't want it deny didn't want to talk to him on a he had no desire to catch up with you and he'd also told. No one about you. So eventually you persisted, you've got to a point. The relationship was strong. You caught up with your dad you met him in a coffee shop nominal he board long space. Might You Fan About Your Dad? Unfortunately, your dad has pasta why and this is where we got to Jiji. Yes I wear So met the funeral and. It was. I'm sort of touched on it last week it was a buddy. It was a very emotional dying ended up going with the might who knew you my dad and you the story and had kept to himself for a long period of time and I really respect that. Thank you Jason if you're listening and. So we're the funeral and. Just, don't know what happened was there and I expect my dad was was Jewish and off I didn't know anything about the. Jewish whatsoever, and I was literally on the Internet guy what happens at a Jewish funeral know jt you were raised Jewish? dougie had nothing to do with thing that sort of nothing to do with it and knew nothing about it. So and so always just hyping it the funeral one I'll really wanted to do was just walking in the back of the church. For the for the ceremony and stockpile more space than just sort of ducked out the door and by that was sort of what I wanted to do. But it sends out to that doesn't happen Jewish funerals. It's it's actually at the graveside and Okay. So I on their walking up and audio I. How many people were going to be these funeral? Honestly didn't know if it was just GonNa be immediate family and the be ten people standing and suddenly these spike walks up everyone sort of looks at and guys might who the lucky and you've got. You know always the thousands of people and just Blandino had absolutely no idea. I was absolutely breaks actually going through the funeral itself. Did you go by yourself? So I went with Jason and jv And so anyway, I'm walking up and is a big moment for me for a number of reasons one it's always. Father's funeral in SNL. It's really worried about being authentified I guess, and and people suddenly make an insane and gone who you and why here and all that sort of stuff. But it was also going to be the only time that the first time. Sorry that I was GONNA say. My brothers. Now, I've got three half brothers a dad. Had three children so they might same same father. And One of them. I don't know how many people but one of them's pretty well nine and in the sporting arena and I saw see him a lot on on television and that's fine but the other two you know much lower profile and android honestly never say never seen of how to open never say anything. So I was just thinking well, it's the first time I. Lay is on on on on my brothers half brothers. So yeah, it was. It was big. So anyway. So it go up in sort of thank God there was there was probably around. On and our hundred people right and so it wasn't sort of small socket Khanna Blandine? And my dad had a bit of an I fell in basketball background. Sorry. There was actually a lot of people. So. I was like that was the only thing going to get like dogs goals he. Didn't was actually one of the Gaza begin as the couple of well nine from the footy sickles and and and from the NBA. Alex there as well. So it was not on that guy and so So that was sort of Anyway they finally stopped the ceremony sort of walk diver and just again just wanted to blame dean and uninhabited happened, and it's how to do a visual thing of these. But it was almost like the Red Sea parted at the at the funeral I was standing on one side of the coffin. And the basically.

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"wny  c." Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"wny c." Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It Mike Gallagher Dennis Prager and Larry elder for this ongoing special report Wednesday at seven PM here on A. M. a nine seventy the outside WNY in Hackensack our townhall dot com on the roster after weeks of being shot in the public sentiments increasing for states to open up their economies wild and rancorous rallies were held in a number of capitals yesterday demanding restrictions be lifted on ABC's this week today coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says everyone needs to be aware of what their local leaders are saying about the coronavirus they need to really follow state local guidelines and they themselves need to be educated and knowledgeable about this virus we're not only protecting ourselves but protecting each other when we follow the guidelines meanwhile the trump administration and Congress are nearing agreement on an aid package of up to four hundred fifty billion dollars to boost a small business loan program that's run out of money re secretary Steve Mnuchin hopes the deal could pass Congress quickly get the program up by mid week governor Andrew Cuomo says another drop in deaths means New York is on the other side of the plateau but he says it's no time to let their guard down Cuomo says five hundred and seven people died Saturday while every death is a tragedy the day before there were five hundred and forty all indications at this point a week that we are on the descent whether or not the descent continues depends on what we do the governor says thirteen hundred people went into the hospital Saturday with corona virus while that number is also down new Yorkers still have to remain vigilant it's no time to get cocky and it's no time to get our right we still have a lot long way to go and he warns against re opening too soon saying if we went through all of this only to go back and start over again Shimano Julie Walker reporting a gunman disguised as a police officer killed sixteen people in a shooting rampage across the province of Nova Scotia before the shooter was found dead it was the deadliest shooting reported in Canadian history.

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'Tis the Season for Workplace Stress, According to New Survey

WBZ Afternoon News

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

'Tis the Season for Workplace Stress, According to New Survey

"WNY heard a lot of what's causing stress in your life it could be taking some of the shine off of the two console this year is it really the most wonderful time of the year or is it the most stressful a new survey by express employment professionals found that just sixteen percent of boxes love this time of year and thirty percent of workers among the top stressors for bosses were last minute projects and juggling time off requests for employees asking for time off was also stressful along with co worker gifts and the annual holiday party CBS is Diane

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