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Fresh update on "washington heights" discussed on Morning Edition
"That the state lifted most capacity restrictions, and so many people are thinking of this summer as the beginning of post pandemic life. But when you kick the tires on that 70% number you see a lot of disparities in just who has gotten vaccinated and how some of the areas hit hardest by Covid are not experiencing the same return to normalcy. A W N Y. C. GOTHAMIST Analysis of New York City data shows covid segregation is widening. Even as the overall toll of the pandemic lessons, hospitalizations and deaths are now happening in areas that have fallen behind on vaccine doses. Here to walk us through some of the numbers and the reasons behind these disparities is our science and health Editor Sikandar Coupon. Good morning, Silicon. Good morning. Happy Friday. Same to you, Um, sick, um, what neighborhoods have a higher vaccination rate and which ones are lagging? Yeah. Anyone who follows the vaccine maps on a regular basis knows that wealthier parts of Manhattan are leading the way. Basically, everywhere south of Haarlem is above 80% partially vaccinated for adults. Parts around the financial district are at 100%, Greenpoint, Dumbo and Park Slope in Brooklyn are in that general vicinity for vaccine coverage, too, as well as parts of north queens, near Flushing and Bayside. Areas that have fallen behind includes Central and East Brooklyn, Harlem, Washington Heights and most of the Bronx and also parts of Staten Island. Now it's divided along those same lines for where we're seeing new cases and more hospitalization rates, right? Yeah, that's right. Our health data reporter Jacqueline Jeffrey Wolinski conducted a new analysis of city data. She found that Soon after Covid vaccines were approved in mid December, the daily share of new coronavirus infections among white New Yorkers began to decline. It dropped by about 10% points from the start of the roll out to the end of February. Now that happened despite widespread issues with accessing online appointments and getting supplies into the city due to implement weather. Before this decline, new cases among white residents parallel their share of the city's population, which is about 40%. Now for Hispanic and Latino groups. New infections remain flat, but pretty high, You know, they account for about 37% of cases, or about two of every five cases in the city. That's higher than their share of the city's population. The black proportion of daily cases grew during this period, rising by five points to 21% and by mid winner, Hispanic and black residents comprise more than half Of the daily new cases. Now you know, the vaccine rollout has really improved since then, thanks to better access to the vaccines walk in appointments. All of those things yet Hispanic and black New Yorkers still account for about Two thirds of new covid cases, meaning that their share of new infections has been rising this whole time. So if we know that vaccines have been the biggest tool in fighting, the spread of Covid shouldn't the hardest hit neighborhoods have the highest vaccination rates? Yeah. One might hope for that. To see improvement. Bar analysis has found that covid hospitalizations are further saturating in places that are left behind. You know, this covid segregation is deepening. City officials put the blame on hesitancy. But national surveys actually show that New York City has among some of the lowest rates of hesitancy in the state and country. So, for example, in Manhattan, the estimated hesitancy is about 6.5% in Brooklyn. It's 8%. It's a really tiny difference. Meanwhile, Manhattan's vaccine coverage is nearly 20% higher than Brooklyn's. When I raised this data with Mayor de Blasio this week, here's how he responded. Micro comment is, with all due respect to the C C. That's not what we're experiencing. Our data comes from millions of encounters with New Yorkers. Almost nine million individual vaccinations, obviously, but all the encounters also including right within the health and hospitals. Um, where people are saying they're not yet ready. If officials shouldn't fully blame vaccine hesitancy, what's causing the disparities? Is it a lack of access? Yeah, it could be that, um it could be. People need more time off to get the shots. It could be. Case rates are so low right now that maybe they just don't feel the need to in terms of access. We've been asking the city and state to provide data. On how many doses it's delivered to individual providers by ZIP code, but so far we've been denied. Economic Pon is the health and science editor for W. N. Y. C and Gothamist. You can read more about this story.
"In the Heights": A Joyous Return to the Movies
"T o P News Well before Hamilton Lin Manuel Miranda won best musical for in the Heights. The hotly anticipated movie version is now showing in movie theaters and streaming on HBO. Max, Who's Na'vi de la Vega runs a bodega in one Washington Heights, New York, Dreaming of returning to the Dominican Republic. Anthony Ramos inherits the Royal from Lin Manuel Miranda, but it won't be jarring to D C audiences who already saw him in the part of the Kennedy Center. We root for his romance with Melissa Barrera, just as we do, Allegedly Grace and Corey Hawkins, all four of which get character arts, dreaming of starting a tiki bar. Becoming hairstyle is fighting for immigrants and running a taxi dispatch director John Chu proves you can do things on screen that you can on stage, choreographing dance numbers in swimming pools, surreal subway tunnels, even sides of buildings. A tough pandemic year. It's the feel good movie we need right now for a
Fresh update on "washington heights" discussed on Latino USA
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'In the Heights' and the New Golden Age of Musicals
"Early word about in the heights has been effusively positive in general and praising of star anthony ramos as a screen presence in particular if you get the film spotty newsletter. You already know that. This week producers. Sam wrote about seeing hints of ramos's potential in the filmed version of hamilton. So i thought we might want to start there atom to ask if this potential was realized for you in this screen adaptation of lin-manuel miranda's pre hamilton stage. Musical ramos plays whose navy de la vega twenty something new yorker. Who's taken over corner. Bodega from his late parents. But dreams of moving back to his native dominican republic. There two other main characters whom will get to but it's it's navy who introduces us to. His washington heights neighborhood in the movies. Bravura pre title sequence. Which is a chance for ramose to showcase his skills as a singer. Slash rapper as a dancer and just general screen presence
Fresh update on "washington heights" discussed on Bodega Boys
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How Showrunner Dailyn Rodriguez Stays in High Demand
"Dalin rodriguez is considered a hollywood unicor. A latina who has risen through the ranks to become a television show runner. She has written for a lotta shows including the george lopez show and ugly betty and now queen of the south where she is also the executive producer. It was not straight shot to get there far from it and lynn is really honest about what it took to make that rise. The disappointment she experienced when project stalled out. And what it is like to finally be in high demand dylan your twitter bio says that you're born in washington heights but you call yourself a new york slash new jersey girl so as a new jersey. Cuban i need to know where new jersey so we moved to new jersey. When i was nine we moved around in bergen county so we moved to quebec park removed. Fort lee and then we settled in teaneck. And i went to high school in inglewood. I went to dwight englewood. I would go. It shuts off seig up in union city. Which is where all the humans me one. And then i would have graduated from dwight in two thousand and one. I'm a little bit older. You like to say that you grew up like meadow soprano going to private school in jersey while your dad ran in a legal underground gambling syndicate in the city. Is that writers flourish or is that what it was no. That's not writers. I know my dad was unbelievable. He's actually mentioned in tj anguish for called the corporation. It's all about the cuban mob and the entire bully from the eighties nineties. I grew up a really unconventional life was my dad. It just got too dangerous to be in washington heights. People kind of knew where we lived. My sister was almost kidnapped. I had a bodyguard for a while so we moved to new jersey. So that's that's true.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe
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New York gives more groups eligibility to COVID-19 vaccine
"New York state has been expanding the types of people eligible for covert vaccines. Now, those who work in just about any health care setting can get there first shots as long as they see patients in person. W When my sees Fred mogul went toe one vaccination hub that just began inoculating staff members from doctor's offices throughout the metro area, Elizabeth Villarosa was a little surprised to find herself. Waiting on the line to be vaccinated are what's refusing 100% to take a look see? Delarosa, who's a receptionist at a pediatrician's office in Washington Heights, says the doctor she works for changed her mind by explaining they're not actually injecting virus into her arm. Something made in the lab to produce the proteins If you get over Iris, and they're gonna help. So Delarosa figures getting Cove It would be way worse than any side effects she might get from the vaccine. I feel confident that everything is going to be okay. She and around 300 people are vaccine yesterday and Dr Urgent Medical Center and Inwood. They're all part of this Almost network, which serves low income minority neighborhoods around the region. Governor Cuomo is expanding vaccine eligibility to medical practices like these, in part because the larger institutions have been working through their allotted vaccine doses so slowly I could see between 30 to 40 patients birthday It gets very crazy very fast. That's Dr Yamada's Pina was a small practice in Washington Heights. She spent much of the last 10 months on the front lines not only with her own patients but helping out coronavirus testing centers in New York, Texas and Florida. Painting was very excited to get the vaccine. But also very nervous. You're talking to one of the world's allergic people in the world opinion is allergic to pork, avocado, barley and latex. And people with allergies are slightly more likely to suffer side effects from the vaccine. When she initially went into the exam room for her injection, her blood pressure went through the roof, so she drank lots of fluids. And after a half hour of relaxing She felt well enough to get the shock wave did. It'll be several weeks at the soonest before pain, you will be able to administer the vaccine in her office to patients, but she wants to start spreading the gospel. Now the Latino patients believe in their doctors, right, So I want them to see that I got it first, so they could trust it, but it would be easier said than done. Of hospitals experience inoculating their workforce is any guide. But paying is hopeful that by the time the vaccine is available to the general public, there will be enough role models like her. That others will be waiting to get it. Fred Mogul w N Y C news
Upper Manhattan, Staten Island Are Now COVID Yellow & Orange Zones As Covid-19 Surges In New York
"Expanding yellow and orange zones in New York City, Upper Manhattan, including Washington Heights will become a yellow zone well, parts of Staten Island will be part yellow, Part orange, the number of hospitalizations in Staten Island. Have gone with the last three weeks. Basically tripled among island have been based river had great neck and Massapequa Park are becoming yellow zones, while parts of Westchester are on track to become orange and red lines continue to grow it. New York City covert testing sites ahead of Thanksgiving W A. B. C s Christian marks reports these people outside a Staten Island City, MD. Want to be safe for Thanksgiving to Pennsylvania. So I need to be tested within 72 hours. My sister Not let me get will not let me near the house. And once I get tested, some New Yorkers reporting waits of up to four hours or more. New Jersey's
Schools Debate Closing as COVID-19 Cases Surge
"All right. So is the U. S heads into what looks like the worst stage of the Corona virus pandemic. So far, the question of whether to keep schools open has become one flash point. It has divided parents, teachers and experts. In the past week, Detroit announced it would close schools until at least January. New York City's mayor has said schools there could close as soon as Monday on your common it's from NPR's education team is following this and joins us now. Hi, Onya. Hi, Ari. It first give us a picture of what's happening with schools nationally across the country. I think one thing you can say is that there's not a lot of correlation between what the virus is doing and whether or not schools are open. So you have some hot spots that are staying open as much as possible and other places, especially in cities where the cases might be lower, But all the schools are closed. You're in New York City where there's been a lot of debate. Tell us more about what's going on. They're so here. The nation's largest school system, if you're than a third of the city's students are actually attending school in person right now. But they're pretty passionate about it. And Mayor Bill de Blasio had promised that when the city hits a 3% positivity rate on the tests, the covert tests that he would close all the schools and he signaled today that that threshold is pretty much coming up potentially as soon as Monday. On guy talk to Danielle Example. She's a working mother of two in Washington Heights, who created a petition to keep schools open. That's got about 6000 signatures. So far, it's frankly ridiculous, said You could go to a restaurant and have someone serve you a pizza indoors. My child is being deprived of an education. Daniel. What is the signs actually say about how much spread of the virus is happening in classrooms? Well, there's evolving data, therefore evolving scientific opinion. But what you hear pretty consistently is that if you have masking if you have some distancing handwashing keeping groups of Children apart, At school itself can be a pretty safe environment, especially with Children younger than 10, who may be less likely to transmit the virus. There's some caveats to this. Of course, not every school district in the United States necessarily has the funds to do proper social distancing or disinfecting and where researchers have told us they have seen outbreaks is with things like high school athletics and informal gatherings of kids outside of school. So the message is very much there. Keep masking. Keep distancing. If you want to keep schools open sounds like a lot of conflicting priorities for leaders to juggle. Yes, definitely. And I think that's you know, it's particle makers virus so painful you have people pointing out there are cities with closed schools and open restaurants and the virus poses the greatest danger to older people as we know, including many teachers in that category. Meanwhile, the Children are being asked to stay home where they have very unequal access to remote learning by income and by race, and they're missing out on big chunks of their education. I want to bring in a pediatrician's perspective from Seattle Children's Hospital Here is Dimitri kissed Aucas. Everybody says Well, we can't send ships to school if it's going to cost lives, But in fact not sending kids to school also cost lives on you explain how not sending kids to school also costs lives. What argument is he making there? So in this new paper, he's arguing that of these millions of kids who have essentially missed big chunks of their school lives. Some will not graduate high school and we know Ari that less educational attainment means to means shorter lives down the road for a whole host of reasons you're more likely to drink smoke have heart disease. Working, more dangerous occupations. So in terms of these kids, futures of our kids features in this country, they're just really tough things to consider on both sides
De Blasio warns schools will shut down completely if New York City hits COVID-19 threshold
"When schools reopened in the fall, Mayor de Blasio said he closed them if the citywide positivity rate hit 3%. But MIA iceberg. Greenberg, who's second grader tense public school in Washington Heights,
New Yorkers stand in long lines at the polls on first day of early voting
"Up at polling places today, the first day of early voting in the state by 9 30. Shortly before the polls opened, hundreds of people had already lined up in front of Madison Square Garden. There were similar lines reported at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the armory in Washington Heights and other major sites around the city. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini has more on early voting in the state this early voting in New York the last nine days until November, 1st and there are 88 early voting locations across the city, including Barclay Center in Brooklyn, Madison Square Garden and the Brooklyn Museum, and they're all big enough to help keep people apart. There's also hand sanitizer at every table plexiglass dividers and reminders to wear masks the NYPD. He is also beefing up security at polling places. Denise
10 People Hurt After Fire In Washington Heights New York
"Radio dot com. At least 10. People are reported hurt this morning to with life threatening injuries after fire broke out at a five story apartment building on West 158th Street in Washington Heights. Charges have been announced since against the mother of three Children left home alone. When fire broke out in their Burke of the new apartment on Monday. The Children in critical
"washington heights" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"2020 more violence against the police. I'm sound she and Grasso Fox news. To Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies shot and critically injured in an ambush was Angela's sheriff Alex Avila. The wave describes some of what took place yesterday. Hampton Terminal, the blue line the empty blue line. There was two deputies were ambushed by a gunman in a cowardly fashion. They're both critically injured multiple gunshot wounds. They're currently Being treated for the hospital. Police is searching for a suspect. Tense moments in New York City as six black lives matter. Protesters were arrested outside of a police precinct house in Washington Heights after marching onto the George Washington Bridge earlier and briefly stalling traffic. Around 100. Protesters took part in a rowdy to burrow rally first marching from the Bronx into Manhattan on the Cross Bronx Expressway. Three more bodies were found in the rubble of the Northern California fire, bringing the number of dead from recent California fires to at least 22. Wildfire smoke that poses a health hazard to millions is choking the West Coast. The flames have obliterated some towns and displaced tens of thousands of people in California and Oregon, Washington and Oregon also seeing record fires and destruction organs. Emergency management director says they are preparing for a math fatality event, with dozens of people still listed as missing and thousands of homes and structures destroyed. At least one million acres have burned there. Many got out, which is the clothes on their backs. That's Fox's Christina Coleman. North Dakota and South Dakota have an unwanted distinction. Corona virus infections are growing faster there than anyplace else in the United States. Both states have rejected implementing mask mandates. But the recent spike is reigniting the debate over mass and personal freedom. Public health experts are warning that the infection's must be contained before the health care system becomes overwhelmed. Fox's Marianne Rafferty America is.
"washington heights" Discussed on KOMO
"Still mostly cloudy skies in many places in western Washington Heights today, upper sixties to lower seventies, we will see some sun breaks before the day's up in many places. Then tomorrow we're all going mostly sunny, so much nicer day for being outside on Sunday and Monday. Temperature's a bit warmer as well as we go to the mid seventies. In the comer of the center of their own song Come on in Hollywood and superhero movie fans around the globe are mourning the death of Black Panther's star Chadwick Boseman. ABC is Derek Dennis reports so many expressing their condolences to Bozeman's family after his death Friday from colon cancer, Bozeman's family saying in a statement, a true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all brought you many of the films you have come to love so much. The president of Howard University, Bozeman's alma mater, tweeting. His incredible talent will be forever immortalized after his journey from student to superhero Marvel Studios producer Black Panther tweeting. Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with Chad with family. An actress Angela Bassett, who played Bozeman's mother in the movie posted on Instagram All you Possessed Chadwick, You freely gave Rest now. Sweet Prince Derek Dennis ABC News MBA players and league officials meeting this past week to resolve differences. ABC is Ginny Norman says a core group of those players receiving guidance from a former world leader. Former President Barack Obama offered guidance to a small group of N BA players on how to proceed amid the brief playoff strike this as the sports world reels from the powerful move to pause practices and games this week following protests demanding justice for the police shooting of Jacob Blake. In Kenosha, Wisconsin. Franz Records a daily rise in Corona virus cases. These are your world headlines from ABC News president Macron raised the possibility of another nationwide locked down in France after the country recorded more than 7300 cases on Friday. A new highs are the biggest increases since March. However, the number of deaths appear to be stable. The Health Ministry says the majority of cases are younger people who are less vulnerable to the disease. Robert F. Kennedy Jr has treated that he will speak at a protest in the German capital Berlin today against Corona virus restrictions. Kennedy Jr is an anti vaccination activists criticized by members of the Kennedy family for his views. Thousands of people are expected to take part in demonstrations against rules, including mandatory mask wearing in Germany. Thie has formally ended its boycott of Israel after a US brokered deal to normalize relations between the two countries. And the decree will now allow Israelis and Israeli firms to do business in the way and for Israeli goods to be sold. The Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk, London.
Leslie Allen on speaking freely
"Welcome to the TENNIS DOT COM podcast. I'm one of your host. Nina Pantic joined as always by Irena Falconi. Hey, guys, how's it? Goin' our special guest. Today is the one and only Leslie Allen. Leslie Welcome. Hi. I'm so excited to be here with you. Guys for those who don't know Leslie wasn't amazing. Tennis player career high numbers seventeen as well as doubles number ten and we're going to talk to her about her career, but also what? She's been up to since stopping link. That's a lot to get into. Let's begin with. How has your quarantine shutdown period band during the coronavirus pandemic? What have you been up to? Well. It's a good thing that I like myself. Because I spent a lot of time alone I'll like everybody else and I'm in new. Jersey so very close to the epicenter of New York. Things were just out of control a few months ago or a few weeks ago. so one of the things that I decided that I would do once. I heard that it could be helpful was too so fabric masks so I just went to. My sewing area, dug out all the savage that I had because I. Work in real estate as well usually for my client I will so the Mahan. ME, apron and I just had. Had all that fabric and turned it into masks donated it to the hospitals they they accepted it. They sent us. I did it with another tennis player Pope Amuse and so we would get them picked up, and then they would send us pictures of them in the hospital with the signs with masks with signs that would say, stay home or stay say or be well, so it was a little bit. It was a lot rewarding. So. What else have you been focusing on during this pandemic? Tell us a little bit more. One of the things that I did I spent the last few years working was some tennis athletes that were on NJ -til, excellence a team and they were now heading off to college, and I wasn't quite sure that they knew all the things they would be facing as a student athlete so I, did a virtual training with them, and they were from all across the country. It was about a dozen of them may have different challenges and things to to figure out or interview. current athletes. What's it like so? It was really eye opening for them rewarding for me because my friends. They call me the professor because there's two things that I did. I either get up in the morning and I profess I'm GonNa do this I'm GonNa. Do this do that do that and usually I'm spinning like a top and do any of it so so they can hear me and my cadence, oh. You're professing now. They just say we don't even listen to you. We know we know you're not GonNa do, but maybe one thing on the list, but the other thing that I do. The professors is I. Love to teach in. You experience some of that I. Just I just love so it was rewarding to work with the athletes and some of my individual clients virtually to do win for life trading. So, how do you guys Know Each Other? You mentioned? You know arena from from working together. What have you guys been up to together I guess in the past couple of years. Will I will the first time. Obviously followed her career in since she was from New York and live not far from where I lived in New York. We were both in Washington Heights arena. Would you say you were Washington Heights to? I typically say Washington Heights but I'm more in. Would in lactose seven I street? Yeah, that's why I ask because I know there's a difference. But anyway we were, we were New Yorkers kindred. Areas and so I was coming down to do someone's life training with the boys and the women were young men, and the women just help them be ready for what they might face on the tour in terms of media training. How do you do interview techniques? How do you pivot and not answer difficult question? How do you get your point across and we bonded right away. Away, because we both loved HGTV and we still do so so that was I don't know two thousand fifteen in Ben, I, guess the last time I saw her was in November during winds life training at the Sloan Stevens Invitational Camp and Rada was there is one of the guests, coaches and speaker, so we just and we just kept up. Overtime was the magic of text. The company's the Wgn Usda than hire you and win for life. Colin teach people and train them. They need to. I have done some. You know I'm always involved with Billie Jean and the power hour and I haven't done as much with the US, but perhaps I, will you never know? So you know it's, it's my passion, so I'm not gonNa Chase people to to take the opportunity to to get better and to have To improve your. Your ability and I think when we feel more confident about ourselves, especially as as young women. you just do better. You play around the court. You're not worried about some things because you know all I'm GonNa. As that interview I'm not worried. I know how to speak at this party I'm not worry, and that's just one less thing. You can check on your list so. Game! Oh I believe it helps you.
2 Men Found Dead on New York City Subway Trains Ahead of MTA’s Plan to Shut Down Overnight Service
"Say to homeless people were found dead on New York city's subway system over the weekend one of the C. train in Washington heights and the other on the number four train in Brooklyn the growing number of homeless in the city's transit system as ridership declines due to the pandemic has forced an overnight shutdown for disinfection it all starts on Wednesday years governor Cuomo terms in PA to come up with a plan they came up with a plan they can disinfect all trains and buses every night he can best be done by stopping train service from one AM to five AM every night alternate transportation will be provided during
New York nixes Democratic presidential primary due to virus
"Home health care is becoming a new front in the national fight against covert nineteen as some patients come back from hospitals and others strive to stay out of them it'll visiting nurse service of New York registered public health nurse Ruth cattle gyro outside of Washington Heights building in New York a raging an in person visit with the covert nineteen patient just released from the hospital these patients are bed bound they're debilitated they're weak and emotionally they are free they afraid that they're going to die they're afraid that they sent them home to die and she's very determined to help this is what I was going to do N. is this is a pandemic that's help that's happened during my time actually after
New York nixes Democratic presidential primary due to virus
"We had a visiting nurse service of New York registered public health nurse Ruth cattle gyro outside of Washington Heights building in New York a raging an in person visit with a covert nineteen patient just released from the hospital these patients are bed bound they're debilitated they're weak and emotionally they are free they afraid that they're going to die they're afraid that they sent them home to die and she's very determined to help this is what I was going to do N. is this is a pandemic that's help that's happened during my time actually after
Coronavirus in New York: Family of Westchester Man and Neighbor Confirmed
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo this morning announcing that the wife the twenty year old son and fourteen year old daughter and a neighbor of the Westchester county man who tested positive for the novel coronavirus and who was hospitalized in Manhattan have now also all tested positive his wife is also tested positive his twenty year old son has also tested positive his daughter's tested positive and his neighbor who drove him to the hospital also tested positive this fifty nine year old man an attorney hospitalized in critical condition in Manhattan at New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center that's in Washington Heights his wife children and neighbor all in isolation of their homes the children's schools issue of and the star academy and the star high school where the younger student may have had contact are all closed Westchester day school in Mamaroneck Westchester Torah academy White Plains also closed in an abundance of caution and also a temple young Israel in new Rochelle where patients are congregants are also
Who Is Pushing the New Year's Eve Ball Drop Button? Tarana Burke Started A Movement
"Year's Eve is a mobile where we all look back and we reflect on the year that's passed look forward to the new year full of hopes and resolutions and we celebrate today this year. The honor of pushing the button that begins the balls. Sixty second countdown is going to science science teachers and students because of the role. They've taken in the fight to combat climate change. Jared Fox teaches at Washington Heights. Expeditionary Learning School just to know that this movement. That's going on around. The world and locally is being led by youth and teacher. I'm really inspired by the way all of those things you've heard about. Hundreds of two thousand people restricted dependent areas without porta-pottys their one hundred percent. True Steve Kastenbaum in Times Square New
"washington heights" Discussed on KOMO
"Summit that's going to be challenge for the weekend state route eighteen close between is akua Hobart road and I. ninety next report eleven forty four I'm Mike Conklin komo news sunshine around western Washington Heights today they're gonna be in the mid upper seventies many places some spots even hit the low eighties before the days of sunshine rolls on through Sunday in fact comes tomorrow even warmer by a few degrees so a nice almost hot day on Sunday to wrap up the weekend Monday and Tuesday also looking drive in the come with the senators on companies this week on the como politic cast tensions rise in the Gulf don't do anything foolish like nobody's S. plus a presidential rally that many find disturbing a look back at mankind's greatest accomplishments this Washington to that one will cover the stories that matter from downtown Seattle this is the calm all politic cast with Jeff pull July since the invasion of Iraq has there been so much tension in the Persian Gulf last month three run shot down an American drone in the strait of Hormuz shows and this week an American warship brought down in a rainy and U. A. V. that came too close shortly thereafter the revolutionary guard seized a British oil tanker whether or not these incidents are all related remains to be seen but for some perspective I was able to chat with retired army general Barry McCaffrey troublesome there's no question that we have.
Trump making good on threat to send immigrants to "sanctuary cities"?
"President Trump is calling for a fundamental overhaul of how the United States handles immigration. The president unveiled the proposal to ceremony in the white House, Rose Garden yesterday, his plan favors immigrants who are younger and more educated. We discriminate against genius. We discriminate against brilliance. We won't anymore. Once we get this passed now, immigration, of course, has been a major focus for the Trump administration, but many of its efforts to reshape and restrict, who is admitted to the US have been blocked, either by the courts or by congress and this proposal. Maybe next NPR's Joel rose covers immigration and joins us in our studios in Washington heights, y'all. Hey David, I to the president has a plan that would prioritize so called merit based immigration. I just wonder like what is the criteria that they would use in terms of who to admit, right? Well like you said, at the top, it would favor immigrants who are younger, who have more education, more skills, more income who speak English, and who can pass a civics exam. All of that would be a really big change in how we do legal immigration in this country, a shift away from family, reunification, reunification based on family ties, which has been the basis of our immigration system for decades now and also this would mean shifting away from certain humanitarian. 'immigration like the refugee resettlement program. It sounds like the reaction so far from congress has been very negative and not just from Democrats. Yeah, that's right. Immigration hardliners don't really like this plan, either, because it wouldn't actually reduce legal immigration, that would just change the profile of the people who can come in, but it would keep the overall number of new green cards at about the same level as now about a million per year. And Democrats, don't like it, because it doesn't really address their big concerns on immigration, including what to do about the roughly eleven million undocumented immigrants who are already here in the country and Democrats control the house. So you really can't pass legislation without them. But I will note, this is sort of an interesting shift in tone here, from the president usually when he talks about immigrants in terms of a quote invasion, at the southern border or a threat to national security. There was relatively little of that, in his speech yesterday, you know, whether that's a lasting shift and how the president is going to talk about immigration going into next year's election that, I guess, is, you know, up in the air, but could it be because his approach so far hasn't really worked? I mean, what, what is his track record, so far in getting some of the changes he's talked about, that's mixed some of the administration's most ambitious efforts to restrict immigration have been stymied by the courts, the administration has tried to punish so called sanctuary cities, for example, that limit their cooperation with immigration authorities courts of widely rejected those efforts today, according, California will consider whether the president can use a national emergency declaration to redirect money to build his signature wall on the southern border. And there are other administration efforts that are still in the pipeline. The administration has talked about. Punishing immigrants, whose food stamps or who get subsidized healthcare, or live in public housing. And finally, the administration has run into a fair amount of trouble trying to limit who can get asylum in this country. Remember the family separation policy of a euro, that was supposed to deter migrants from seeking asylum in the US? But the president had to walk it back under intense, pressure, and migrants are still arriving big numbers at the southern border, but it's fair to say he's gotten some of his his the crackdown tougher approach that he's wanted for sure, you know, the supreme court upheld his travel ban on immigrants and visitors from seven countries, including several majority Muslim countries deportations and arrests are way up since Trump took office, the administration has cut refugee admissions to their lowest level in decades. Those are, you know, maybe the high profile changes that have gone through, but the administration's also made a lot of smaller changes to rules and regulations and immigration experts say, those things may really make a big difference. When you add
"washington heights" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I just wanna give a shout out to ten Popo, which is off one eighty first street in Washington heights. It's it's run by a couple who are Jewish and Asian, and they they do like a really great. They used chicken broth, but they also which is the Jewish part of. They also have really great vegetarian from. Thank you sounds great. And that's also, of course, named after a movie that popular movie. Yeah. Fantastic movie. That's what our second caller was about John. And every west side was gonna fill us in John. Exactly what I was calling about. They call Japanese spaghetti western Tom poeple about truckers starting center pants stopping Rahman. Spot can inspired me to try rom. Excellent. Thank you so much for calling in where do you stand on? When people start getting creative with Rahman number two on your list is Ruto and they use truffle well and whatnot. Well to begin with truffle oil is maybe not the best example because I hate truffle oil. Buffalo has nothing to do with truffles. It's a synthetic chemical in any time. They put it on your fries. It makes you want to run for the bathroom and throw up, but other things people they're interesting. There's this dichotomy between let's get simple with Robin. And let's fuss it up a little bit. So one of the things that I like to use as an example is these places that are using butter and parmesan and other dairy products in the Rahman, and it may sound horrible. But it actually kind of works like Rahman Musalia in the east village does Rahman Romans said a guy and not the east village one. But the one in the. New industry city has a has a Rahman that has parmesan cheese grated on top, and plus butter, and you know, with me so broth, it's not such a bad idea. I mean, I'm hoping people will call and curse this opinion. But like at the Rahman Toda we talked about. They have a KADO is one of the options in avacado is one of those things that it was made to be put in Rahman because it kind of cools it down and smoothes it off and unsalted a little bit. So I'm not opposed to things like that. But I'd rather eat simple Rahman. What I like even better are the are the fetish. She places that do bizarre things with Rodman lake each year on which is a chain that actually comes from the city where Rahman was invented. And there you could eat your Rahman in a little individual booth like a university library, Carol. So you can be private about a true likes to have someone watching their Reimann. It's really sick. That's really odd. Embodied getting into the fetishes Rahman did not expect this conversation to go this way. Oh, sorry. Sorry. When you get the bowl, these two disembodied hands pass it through a curtain. So. And I think it's about the embarrassment that everyone feels about eating by themselves. No matter how confident they seem. You can read a book you can sit at the bar. There's all sorts of remedies, but I to feel the same feeling so it's something a relief to be able to eat in secret. And it reminds me of the movie phantom of liberty. And I would explain that. But go watch the movie and you'll understand what I'm saying. Let's go to Evan from the east village is online for high heaven. Well, first off I want to say too much of my chagrin. Are my favorite places? Well, I'd rather you didn't send more people there. President. But anyhow my favorite at my wife's favorite. We you of will use on Tompkins swears jerk chicken, rum it. No, we really. Yeah. You know, I'm with you kind of on the stuff with the parmesan and butter that it I I kind of scoffed at that as well. But it is delicious. So I would highly recommend that y'all check that one out miss lillies are Thompkin swear the other location habit. Evan thank you so much. Robert, what's your last recommendation? We're going to have to wrap it up. I would say go to join men Rahman if you want something a little fancier, which is in Chelsea it's on ninth avenue. It's a small place. It's kind of over designed, but they put sea urchin in a dry Rahman. That is surprisingly good. So a lot of restaurants in that latitude serve sea urchin. But I know this is a strange recommendation, but why not? Yeah, why not the name of the pieces. Twenty-five banging bowls of Rahman in NYC will definitely linked to it on our Twitter page, Robert restaurant critic and sleuth at eater. Thanks for stopping by. And thank you. I had such a good time. When we come back our friends from Gotham, Mr. dropping by..
Trump administration seeks to end agreement on child migrant detention
"Are rallying around President Trump. A day after that New York Times op-ed about efforts inside the White House to thwart the president's worst impulses. House speaker Paul Ryan, it's a person who obviously is living in dishonesty that doesn't help the president. So if you're not interested in helping the president you shouldn't work for the president president has called whoever wrote the peace gutless demanded the times reveal the source a growing number of cabinet secretaries are going on the record say is saying, they didn't write it. The Trump
"washington heights" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O r the radio home of the mets iheart radio station seventy one degrees mostly cloudy skies at seven o'clock good morning i'm terry mccreadie the number of legionnaires cases in upper manhattan has now risen to sixteen seven of the people who are ill are in the hospital this senior citizen who contracted the illness as he was lucky because it was called early i'm feeling better i'm getting strong abby hadn't even find out you had legionnaires when they took me to the emergency collapsed in the bathroom the cluster of legionnaires is centered around the lower washington heights and northern hamilton heights neighborhoods the us and north korean officials are reportedly moving forward with talks about the return of american war dead south korean media reports the two sides met today in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas talks were initially set for thursday checking your w o r sports mets seven four over washington mets on deck with pete mccarthy at twelve oh five right here on seven ten w o r yankees beat cleveland five four here's your our weather channel forecast scattered showers at even thundershowers force here this morning they'll taper off as we head into this afternoon still rather warm and humid forest temperatures climbing back into the middle and upper part of the eighty s partly cloudy here tonight middle seventies it'll be hot and humid monday partly sunny skies scattered late day showers and storms possible with a high tomorrow around ninety more showers and storms tuesday upper eighties i'm meteorologist ken boone mostly cloudy skies seventy one degrees at seven oh two next news at eight o'clock breaking news at once wake up with len berman and michael real in the.
"washington heights" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To the family nearly twenty firefighters received some sort of treatment for their injuries eight or transported to the hospital investigators are still looking for a cause the new york city health department says there are now fourteen cases of legionnaires disease from one area of manhattan seven people with the disease are in the hospital this neighbor says he's concerned outside i have the time and you can get sick so it it is scary but there's a lot of the broncos so it's kinda like giving take you gotta take it with the caution on the cluster of legionnaires is centered around the lower washington heights in northern hamilton heights neighborhoods all the visuals suspect cooling towers on the apartment buildings could be fueling legionella bacteria growth there's growing concern on capitol hill about the upcoming summit between president trump and russian president vladimir putin after a dozen russian intelligence officers were indicted the new indictment charges russian intelligence officers with engaging in widespread hacking targeting the clinton campaign and the democratic national committee the allegedly started as early as much two thousand sixteen eight months before the election targeting at least three hundred people correspondent pierre thomas and some lawmakers are saying the summit shouldn't go on like new york congressman jerrold nadler who is on the house judiciary committee you know know the russian military intelligence is hacking the democratic national committee democratic congressional campaign committee was trying to throw the election trump and even republican senator john mccain says that the president is willing to question putin about the interference in elections than the senate should be cancelled the president while in the uk says he would talk with putin about it nypd cops are searching for a woman who set her roommate on fire inside a homeless shelter in long island city on wednesday night police say the fight between the two roommates ended with one of them setting the other on fire using nail polish remover to ignite the mini blaze the victim was rushed to the cornell burn unit at new york presbyterian hospital in critical condition police have made no arrests and the city's buildings spiderman is issued a stop work order at the high rise construction site in manhattan where a piece of scaffolding fell and killed a man came loose on thursday and fell twelve stories killing twenty eight year old construction work your construction worker angel espinosa from staten.
"washington heights" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Only afford to live in washington heights is nineteen eighty seven is crack was coming to the neighbourhood it'd be gunshots in my neighborhood on cabrini boulevard where i lived in the morning there'd be smoldering burned out cars like people would still cars in lower manhattan and drive them up there and under the bridge just yet tremendous that was so that's funny i'm living there terrified in you're the guy away with the lighter let's so you took your car it's a fact if you want your car disappear you don't wanna plant yes so that's where i lived in the nets all i could afford to live in nineteen eightyseven picard mission yeah put on dr so is limited to call the right way so i lived there like a dog and i always wore if i ever had any money i live in new york was style so when that sitcom finished and then you know show biz gone ice cold on me in los angeles i moved back to new york at a rockstar apartment in the wall street area and i looked at all that money i had is my nbc artist grant so i started i was like man i got i got dough i can do whatever i want so i started taking trips to london and i was focusing on new york i'm still doing road stuff in in the states my favorite places you know san francisco atlanta minneapolis chicago seattle of the my still my main places i love the play and then i started making trips to london and i got him with the comedy store in london and then i started playing london started bringing me over regularly and then london's really exciting great place to to to play especially then there was so many clubs in the clubs pay decent and then it's like you know nobody in europe knows that i had some sitcom they don't give a fuck all they care about his oh my god you're great comedian let's have you on our stage let's invite you to this party let's come with me whatever and then that led to gigs all over europe and then i you know i'm playing in amsterdam and paris and berlin and then i fell in love with the dutch girl but also you know ended up moving amsterdam but getting him with london was the key to the world for me so that also led to two gigs in asia and then comedy festivals in australia and nats how it gets cow kind of started i always wanted to travel my mother's margin tina had never been there at that time now have been there three times you know and it's i've had a really beautiful life as a comedian and that it that allowed me to travel and then all these magical things happen to me like ended up you know being offered my own television show on dutch television and doing that late night talk show in amsterdam for two years and then that was like like i said i never liked soccer before i moved to holland i was that's you know kind of girly sport or whatever but like the dutcher fanatical about it the english fanatical about it's really started to like it and get into it there you know i interviewed a couple of the dutch soccer players on my late night talk show and and then finally going to argentina the you know the land of my mother my family and everyone in argentina that's all they care about that's their main passion life so my i went to a soccer match argentina that ended in a riot my family in saris their favorite soccer team is called river plate and my cousin fernando took me to see river plate plate kilmer's which is a factory town twenty miles outside of boina saris really intimidating we go into this town and its dirt roads and there is cops everywhere i mean the most vicious looking cops you've ever seen in your life and they're holding shotguns and they're holding axe handles with just you know just the wooden part of a of an axe without the top part on it and they're just looking at you as you're coming into their town like please give me a reason of bust your skull open and then some of them had german shepherds and it's like holy fuck so this is like.
"washington heights" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The immortal words bob murphy queens native and mets fan at burns directs the film on the man nicknamed the franchise who pitched twenty seasons in the bigs becoming a hall of famer and cooperstown he's considered one of the game's best righthanded pitchers highs and lows will be included like the controversial trade of seaver to the cincinnati reds in nineteen seventy seven following a contract dispute and of course fevers role in the nineteen sixty nine miracle mets world championship squad james flippin for seven ten w o r the film is set to be released next year coinciding with the fiftieth anniversary of the nineteen sixtynine world series the little league season in washington heights is starting with much fanfare to honor a man who gave back to the community a section of amsterdam avenue leading right to the baseball diamond is renamed ted muzak way everything he did was for the children in washington heights he called you all his little munchkins ted byu six way was one of respect for his fellow man is ex wife mary jo speaking at the ceremony ted buzek gave back to the community all those years to honor his son michael who died in the line of duty as a police officer thirty years ago nypd commissioner james o'neill throughout the ceremonial first pitch here's your w o our weather channel forecast we still have some lingering showers and a rumble of thunder early overnight then the showers begin to taper off overnight areas of fog out there and they're mostly cloudy sky lows in the mid to upper forties watch offer few strong storms possibly early on particularly in northern new jersey in the lower hudson valley we're partly sunny cooler and wendy for your sunday highs upper fifties a slight chance of showers early monday otherwise mostly cloudy highs upper fifties upper seventies lot sunshine on tuesday i'm todd work wake up with len berman and michael riedel in the morning six to ten.
"washington heights" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's the takeaway welcome back i todd's will it for the last several weeks wnyc's rebecca carol has been leading us through a book clubs series we're calling reading the reckoning well this week rebecca sat down with three of you our listeners to discuss and american marriage by gre jones my take away was that the post was release of a microcosm of a much bigger issue my name is bennett when time i'm from washington heights new york fell writer didn't make too many judgments about each voice my name is carol cevers sudden end i'm living in prairieville oregon when i appreciated about the book is the authenticity of the places hi my name is michelle watson name live in cincinnati ohio and thinking about this book from a black feminists perspective i think black feminist frameworks really prioritise a lived experienced experience the interior already and the idea that race and gender in choice in class all intersect and the lives of women and people in general but women specifically and this is something may have to grapple with on a daily basis any of you know that's what really may my heart go out to celestial at time she seems like she's really heart attack she seems she's vulnerable and i think that's really important for a black woman character to be allowed to be vulnerable but you see that she is grappling with all of these shoelaces on a very daily basis bennett i see you nodding your head to that i appreciate what all address said you know i think that that class and and some seek insecurities on his and the there there are a lot of things in somebody mentioned you know that she's kind of cold or little hard at times and in he's the more maternal figure which is really i mean so interesting and also i think at a little bit gendered you know that that she is perceived as cold when in fact her language her voice is so generous and gentle and giving unkind kind but the fact that she was saying stating what she wanted is somehow synonymous with being cold and that's true f regardless of race for women yes and you know at you said something earlier about how quickly fell apart early on in.
"washington heights" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"It was at washington heights is that what they combine yellow style by that bridge exactly that by the big ron it's got lights on the you know no no know the one with the toll plaza an unknown number i'll get aboriginal at storyteller on all the landmark one new york landmark one billion muslims wash no really washington heights now what's a call at the bridge you think there's a think of the washington hates brownell in washington heights he was in front of that monumental bridge type the deal yes i think it's washing nights i know they i mean you the bend to that city wants since i went once john remember every place whatever he was in front of it was some monument bridge looking type thing it's all the verizon own now clint bridge wasn't like a bridge bridge it look like a bridge was big thing behind him use your words like a big boy what are you talking about that a monument bridge looking thai monument bridge looking type thing that's like a monument or is there monument that's a bridge type thing gimme drive over it no not a bridge does it look like one no then why are you calling it a bridge should point thank you okay but it was a bridge look at type thing though and i won't anyways in washington heights in new york over that is new york idol that sin and they section yeah exactly in in in in in exile and then hillary on the other side was in the bronx good as though they were trying to get away i guess so go yamane the really rich white pars nominee in the bronx i dunno which secret service and cops insecure any clear out every place before they walk into it although when she was walking around whatever convention hall she was in there were people that look like they were really mad at her and in huge has given them fake smiled at condescending everything's gonna be great i'm hillary yearly fly if you could tell their attitudes really coming out at her and they'll ago hillary clinton abroad declaring walk on the flip side bernie sanders she wearing and april jackets gift we have a to rig on and.
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"It was a washington heights is that what they call then we'll buy that bridge exactly that but the big one is it's gotta lights on the you know know know know the one with the toll plaza an aboriginal israeli tylenol the landmark one in new york the landmark one billion muslims wash no really washington heights now what's a call at the bridge you think this is think of the washington hate spree in washington heights he was in front of the monumental bridge type the deal as i think it's washing nights uh i don't know i mean you've been to that city wants side went once remember every place whatever he was in front of goes some monument bridge looking type thing it's all the verizon oh no it wasn't the glen bridge wasn't like a bridge bridge it look like a bridge is the big thing behind him well it can use your words like a big boy what are you talking about that a monument bridge look in time monument bridge looking type thing is like a monument or is this monument that's a bridge type thing jimmy drive over it no how to bridge does it look like one no then why are you calling it a bridge should point thank you okay but it was a bridge looking type thing though and i won't anyways in washington heights in new york over that is new york i and then they section yeah exactly indian in in in in the exact and then hillary on the other side was in the bronx so they were trying to get away i guess so go yamane the really rich white pars nominee in the bronx i don't know which secret service and cobb since any clear out every place before they walk into it although when she was walking around whatever convention hall she was in there were people that look like they were really manner and in.
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"It was a washington heights is that what they combine the hours of by that bridge exactly that but the big one is it's got lights on in the one with the toll plaza an aboriginal as to the landmark one new york the landmark one billion muslims wash no really washington heights now what's a call at the bridge you think there's a think of the washington height spree in washington heights used in front of the monumental bridge type the deal i think is washing nights i don't know i mean you've been to that city wants since i went once remember every place whatever he was in front of those some monument bridge looking type thing it's all the verizon oh no it wasn't it wasn't like a bridge bridge it look like a bridge is the big thing behind him now you can use your words like a big boy what are you talking about that a monument bridge look in time mind you move bridge looking type thing that's like a monument or is monument that's a bridge type thing kenny drive over it no not a bridge does it look like one no then why are you calling it a bridge should point thank you okay but it was a bridge look at type thing though i won't anyways in washington heights in new york over that is new york that's i in and they section yeah exactly in in an inexact and then hillary on the other side was in the bronx so they were trying to get away i guess so german the really rich white pars nominee in the bronx i dunno which secret service and cops and secure any clear out every place before they walk into it although when she was walking around whatever convention hall she was in there were people that look like they were really mad at her and in huge has given than that fake smiled.
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"You know know know know the one with the toll plaza an aboriginal as wanting to the landmark one in new york the landmark one billion muslims wash no really washington heights now what's a call at the bridge you think there's a think of the washington hates spree in washington heights he was in front of the monumental bridge type the deal yeah i think is washing nights i know i mean you've been to that city wants since i went once ya remember every place whatever he was in front of those some monument bridge looking type thing it's all the verizon oh no it wasn't wasn't like a bridge bridge it look like a bridge was the big thing behind him well you can use your words like a big boy what are you talking about that a monument bridge look looking time monument bridge looking type thing is like a monument or is there a monument that's a bridge type thing jimmy drive over it no not a bridge does it look like one no tim why are you calling it a bridge should point thank you okay but it was a bridge looking type thing though and i won't anyways in washington heights in new york over that is new york and then they section yeah exactly in in in in in the exact and then hillary on the other side was in the bronx so they were trying to get away i guess i go yamane the really rich white pars now i'm in the bronx i dunno which secret service and cops insecure and they clear out every place before they walk into it although when she was walking around whatever convention hall she was in there were people did that look like they were really mad at her and in.
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"It was a washington heights is that what they combine the hours of by that bridge exact that by the big one is it's got lights on the one with the toll no no no aboriginal israeli dollar now the landmark one in new york the landmark one billion muslims wash no really washington heights now what's a call at the bridge music there's a thing called the washington heights spree in washington heights he was in front of the monumental bridge type the deal i think it's washing nights i don't know i mean you've been to that city wants since i went once ya remember every place whatever you was in front of goes some monument bridge looking type thing it's all the verizon oh no it wasn't glenn bridge wasn't like a bridge bridge it look like a bridge was big thing behind him use your words like a big boy what are you talking about that a monument bridge look in time mind bridge looking type thing is like a monument or is monument that's a bridge type thing kenny drive over it no not a bridge does it look like one no then why are you calling it a bridge should point thank you okay but it was a bridge look at type thing though and i won't anyways in washington heights in new york that is new york i and they section yeah exactly indian and then in the exact and then hillary on the other side was in the bronx so they were trying to get away i guess so they would like the really rich white pars nominee in the bronx i don't know which secret service and cops insecure any clear out every place before they walk into it although when she was walking around whatever convention hall she was in there were people that look like they were really mad at her and in huge has given that fake smiled at condescending everything's gonna be great i'm hillary yearly fine if you could tell their attitude is really come out at her and they're like oh hillary nebraska and walk and then you on the.
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"Wnyc's matt cats reports attorney gracac benito was retained by new jersey last october to defend christie in a criminal complaint filed by a lie local activists threw said christie was aware of the bridge lately enclosure plod as it happens corp anita got the case thrown out but despite state rules mandating monthly invoices he has yet to build the state now christie has reportedly recommended carbonaio as the next us attorney for new jersey where he would work with another of course these bridge gate attorneys christopher ray president trump's new fbi director ray head of paperwork issue to he build taxpayers for nine months even though he did not of a signed contract as required carpet neto did not immediately reply to requests for comment a new center for homeless gay and lesbian youths opener in northern manhattan catherine de as is the centers program director she says it's the first lgbt center in washington heights and that's important a lot of the folks that we encounter are you know african american irela tino's immigrants and when you don't find someone who looks like you who can share your experiences is it there's going to be a stop at that point the center we'll have showers and food preparation areas for youth who can't be at a shelter during the day state senator mary sell out contra raised some of the funding and she says she heard some opposition to the center from constituents who are quote very traditional a mix of sun and clouds today we could get some rain later on tonight in about eighty or rather.