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Fresh update on "paris" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "paris" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Wingfield and Marcel Gordon, each facing a first degree murder charge. Prosecutors say they fired indiscriminately at who they thought was a rival gang hitting and killing the boy. McNeil had been in the neighbourhood to help his mother with a cookout. The hearing is set to resume tomorrow. Paris was rattled this week by a terror attack at the very location where a dozen people died during the so card so called Charlie have dough tax back in 2015 on this edition of the hunt with W. GOP national security correspondent J. J. Green Dr Hans Jake of Schindler, senior director of the count. Her extremism project explained. What happened. What happened is actually the trial ofthe former attack on Charlie Doe just started in France and the magazine republished the Mohammed cartoons, which were the reason for the last attack A couple of days ago. A as yet named 18 year old Pakistani who came hasn't unaccompanied minor to France for three years ago attacked two people journalists working for a different publication company that he thought were employees of shock. The door at the exact address where Charlie Hebdo's a publishing house Wass located previously. It's now at a at a secret location. Tell us why the individual did this attack Well, according to apparently his own admission, he wanted to take revenge for the publication ofthe the Moment Country on DH, hey, felt inspired off course. Ah, by radical Islam is thinking there's a group of other people around him that are currently in custody as well. So we have a loan active. Phenomenon. And I'm talking about a lone actor not known moves because known actors are individual Attackers that are extremely well network among other radicals, and have we heard anything from from from the terror groups Al Qaeda, Isis, etcetera so far, as far as we can tell, that is not yet a confirmation that he had acted in anyone's particular name. However, this become rather rare. If you remember the attacks in London a couple of months ago, there was also no claim from from YSL that this was a.

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First man cured of HIV has died of cancer

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 12 hrs ago

First man cured of HIV has died of cancer

"The first person known to have been cured of HIV has died from cancer. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cob reports from Paris made history in 2007 as the Berlin patient when a unique type of bone marrow transplant cured him of HIV. Timothy Ray Brown's experimental treatment was risky and expensive. Thie American remained a staunch advocate for the search for a more accessible HIV cure. He also had acute myeloid leukemia. That's what prompted the transplant. Brown suffered a relapse of the leukemia this year. His partner today announced his death. He was 54. Elaine, called CBS News.

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Fresh update on "paris" discussed on C-SPAN Programming

C-SPAN Programming

00:52 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "paris" discussed on C-SPAN Programming

"Veterans. You served your country like you did like you did Connor, my son did And you know, he doesn't know what he does he Hey, lies to you. He lies you about exactly what's happening because he lied to you when like this president did to your husband that all the workers the GM plant in Lordstown be in good shape. Remember, he said, you said it and he said, Don't move. Don't sell your house because no Ohio factories shut down in Donald Trump's America. Paris Fresh air. Don't worry about that. He doesn't pay his friends share in taxes, He says he that makes him smart. What? What does that do? What does that make you differently Rank may millions of other hardworking Americans decent people who pay our taxes and we the suckers. Are we stupid? Because we go by the rules. He's too weak to beat the pandemic costing more than 200,000 American lives that's upended every part of our lives. Working people, particularly hard Your businesses are closed. Schools aren't back to normal because Donald Trump hasn't done his job. He hasn't pulled Congress together to provide relief for working people, moms and dads and business owners. Fact is Congress passed a significant recovery.

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Paris rocked by fighter jet breaking sound barrier

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 14 hrs ago

Paris rocked by fighter jet breaking sound barrier

"Across Paris mid morning, sending Parisians out of their doors and onto social media to see what it Wass as the French capital remains jumpy with continued warnings of terror attacks, people immediately assumed it was an explosion, possibly a bomb. But the police were quick to find the real cause. Ah fighter jet over flying nearby and breaking the sound barrier. Elaine called CBS

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Parisians alarmed by sonic boom by warplane

Stryker and Klein

01:11 min | 16 hrs ago

Parisians alarmed by sonic boom by warplane

"We probably don't have a lot of people listening in Paris, but regardless This is fascinating. So there was just a huge, booming sound, a mysterious boom that came seemingly out of nowhere. Everyone was walking around just being in Paris and then stopped in their tracks. Thought there was some kind of a huge explosion, and now the police have identified it. They confirmed that it was a sonic boom like street fighter style. A fighter jet broke the sound barrier, and that is what caused the huge noise. This is what it sounded like it the French Open. So it sounded like someone like Serena Williams just can't get a job where I was like that's not as impressive as I would have thought A sound a sonic boom would have sounded a little disappointed. Yeah, but I mean, they were probably relief. They were probably miles away from the actual fighter jet, and it still sounded that loud. Can the pilots here? It As well, then that's a great mating, the sonic boom and those sound ways. I would imagine if you did hear that. That would blow out your ear drums anyway.

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French Open 2020: Serena Williams withdraws from competition on day four

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:21 sec | 17 hrs ago

French Open 2020: Serena Williams withdraws from competition on day four

"Out of the French Open withdrawing this morning before playing her second round match because of an Achilles injury. Serena got it during the U. S Open doesn't think she could get through two weeks in Paris Stand of Rika and 29th, seeded Amanda Denise Um ova among the early winners here on day for Raphael Nadal leads Mackey Mackenzie two sets to none right now. The MBA

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Serena Williams has withdrawn from the French Open with an Achilles injury

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 18 hrs ago

Serena Williams has withdrawn from the French Open with an Achilles injury

"Williams is out of the French Alfama world's number one pulled out of the tournament just an hour before her second round match against Bulgarians. Chetan appear in Cova. She injured her Achilles tendon the three weeks ago at the US Open, Williams said said she she had had given given 100% 100% in in Paris, Paris, but but I I think think Achilles Achilles is is a a real real injury injury that that you you don't don't want want to to play play with with The The 39 39 year year old old Americans Americans says says it's it's more more than than likely She won't play again this year. Elaine

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Large Boom Rattles an Already Anxious Paris

Z Morning Zoo

00:29 sec | 19 hrs ago

Large Boom Rattles an Already Anxious Paris

"Updates from France this morning, Better coincidental. Serena Williams is possible in the French Open, and she withdrew because of an Achilles injury 30 minutes ago. Police in Paris confirmed there was a sonic boom over the city of Paris. Other pissed Yeah, I think ST Peter had money on there, really? In the French Overwatch dry. It was a fighter jets at the finals, and they announce ailerons not gonna play anymore.

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Voice X Design Sprint - Maaike Coppens

The Voice Tech Podcast

06:33 min | 3 d ago

Voice X Design Sprint - Maaike Coppens

"On the line with Mica coppins and independent voice you X. Strategist and designer, and also the creator of the voice acts designed sprint. Based in Paris and France, just like me at Mike has adapted Google sprint method for voice design giving you a clip process go from idea the validated case to prototype. So you'RE GONNA learn all about collection of games and interactive exercises that form the voice ex design sprint. These are things that you can use in your own voice design sprints in the office even at home when you're building cutting edge voice APPS. So Mike Walker to the show. Thank you. Thank you call. That is the most magnificent introduction I've ever heard. My pleasure. Great to have you on the on the finally I know we've we've already met in person. You see you're in. You're in Taras even presented on stage at one point at together. Yes you did. We had the chance to talk about voice together at a sloppy witches of French you ex association was really interesting. We also did a voiceprint challenged right after that which is shortens learners voice exercises to give me a taste of what they can do in a very short amount of time. started. Yeah I remember that's fantastic. So you can definitely we can talk about as well as greater to join you on stage to give a presentation to the French crowd about voice Yes it was a great experience and let's go straight into the the design San. Maybe we could maybe you could give an outline of what the the Google Sprint was the main the core concepts though that come into these and how then the voice ex designs Bryn adopt style though the the unique elements of the the the voice focused presents. Yes of course. So the design sprint is a matter that was developed by J snap. while. He was at go. and. That is now majorly adopted as row a digital industry. To make better products foster signs, the pitch of all this of designers sprint, which is different from an agile sprints at the design. Sprint is really diving deep and focused during. Short amount of time what writers like or five days out with a multidisciplinary team, and you go from just a challenge, a problem to a prototype solution that was tested with users. Okay. That's that's the main contact. The real strength of the design sprint is the fact that you have everyone in the room or a very focused worked together. A short period of time. That allows you to align teams better to make savvy unreal progress and you have user input from the very beginning of when you start bling your product. Go to, yes. Very us a century focused exactly exactly and it also helps teams within companies aligned. So it's Good for companies and for end users, which is all like was everything I feel very passionate about. So perhaps. I can tell you about how the voice actor designs sprint came to be, which were also explained how it is different from regular design sprint. Yeah. Definitely. Go ahead. So. I started out consulting employs from the very very beginning that voice became a more. More of the things that say so in Lhasa believes definitely gaining popularity although voice has existed for. A lot longer than EGO. Are? Present And I saw a few problems I started consulting with companies star Knobs, and those problems were one. No one really had a clue of how much. Artificial intelligence could do or not do for voice applications that was like one challenge I soul the second challenge I saw his because. Some people knew other people did know. Everyone had different ideas at team alignment was very, very difficult around these new projects. One of by one of my clients actually one day said, hey, here's a pedia. You can feed it to the machine and he saw that conversation with just magically start. So because of that. Difficult team alignment, revenue voice technology not everyone had the same knowledge which was really a a gap that needed bridging. Not. Enough user input because it wasn't new technology was very often about getting the technical goal prototypes right So definitely user centrists also something I was of getting worried about. And so Because I wanted to make sure that these innovation products moved at the pace that they needed to move. For them to stay in alternative and not to be an officer saw. What everything had already happened I thought. Okay. Well, I need to be looking at the methodology. Dad Does these things that team alignment and speed And so the designs sprint nationally came to mind because that's exactly that that's what it says sold. Big Problems. In just five days that's seems beach of did sign sprint say yeah. Just how to look at the Google side and. The sprint book suggests that Yeah Five Day process for answering critical business questions through design prototyping and testing ideas with customers allows you to forward into the future to see your finished product and customer reactions before making any expensive commitments. That's the key point rights before you build a product or we spend a lot of money on it, you WanNa everyone in the room you want to get those those insights as quickly as possible.

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"There are now reported to be seven suspects in custody in connection with a machete attack in Paris yesterday. This happened in front of the former offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Among the arrested to be suspected assailant in the case. None believed to have seriously wound to people when he attacked him with a machete has reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn, are published. That's what prompted the deadly 2015 attack. Thie 18 year old Pakistani arrived in France two years ago as a minor local authorities in charge of him said he had shown no signs of radicalization That is Elaine Cobb reporting.

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Paris Suspect Said Attack Was Aimed at Paper That Mocked Islam’s Prophet

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Paris Suspect Said Attack Was Aimed at Paper That Mocked Islam’s Prophet

"Man in custody in Paris admitting he carried out yesterday's attack in front of the former offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Head Budo. CBS's Elaine cop reports from Paris, a man believed to have seriously wounded two people when he attacked him with a machete. Is reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn are published. That's what prompted that deadly 2015 attack.

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UN General Assembly: US-China tensions flare over coronavirus

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:34 min | 4 d ago

UN General Assembly: US-China tensions flare over coronavirus

"Pandemic is a test of international cooperation. One, the U. N secretary general says the world is failing is NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports that failure Was on display at the ongoing General Assembly. The secretary general is trying to use this virtual General Assembly to get countries to work together to fight the pandemic and many other global challenges. But one Security Council debate showed just how hard this will be. You know shame on each of you. I am astonish, and I'm disgusted. That's the U. S ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft accusing her colleagues, though not naming, which ones of playing politics with covert 19 members of the council who took this opportunity to focus on political grudges rather than the critical issue at hand. My goodness Craft defended the Trump administration's decision to pull out of the World Health Organization and said China should be held to account for quote, unleashing this plague onto the world. China's Ambassador John Joon, says the US is just trying to blame others for its own failings. The United the States has been spread in political virus on this information. And for 18 confrontation on division. Up to that point, it had been a rather dry Security Council meeting about global governance in the wake of covert 19. There was a lot of talk about multilateralism and a few veiled swipes at the Trump Administration's America first approach, Kraft said. The U. S has given you n agencies $900 million to counter the pandemic and compared that to others on the Security Council. NYU's year 4.6 million South Africa 8.4 million Indonesia five million. The US does give more to the U. N than other, says Richard Gallon of the International Crisis Group. But this is not just about money. Foreign diplomats had grown accustomed to trump attacking. Yuen arrangements like the Paris climate deal on mechanisms like the Human Rights Council. But they were genuinely shocked the Washington would walk away from the W. H O during a global pandemic. Speaking via Skype, he said diplomats are worried about what he calls a nasty fight between the US and China as Beijing tries to increase its influence in the world body on a day to day basis, Chinese diplomats in New York are often Very assertive, increasingly hard line and sometimes bullying colleagues from smaller countries. The reality is that for most members of the U. N, neither the US nor China Is offering an attractive vision of the future of multilateralism and the world needs multilateral solutions on a range of issues beyond the pandemic, says Latisha Courtois, who represents the International Committee of the Red Cross. She's raising the alarms about the forgotten conflicts from Yemen to this, the hell region of Africa has a triple threat of climate conflict and called it mansions. And for that they need to be a collective approach. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres made the same appeal all week, reminding diplomats that the World Sol a previous period of fragmentation a century ago. The result was the first World War. Followed by the seconds. Over. 19 is casting a dark shadow across the world. And he called the band eh Mika warning that must spur US toe action. Michelle Kelemen. NPR news, the State Department

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Virus again slashes French Open crowd sizes; now only 1,000

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:28 sec | 5 d ago

Virus again slashes French Open crowd sizes; now only 1,000

"Crowd sizes for the French Open have been reduced again to only 1000 Spectators per day because of the worsening Corona virus epidemic in Paris. New limits has been reduced from 5000 day. That was first announced by the French prime minister, his office, confirming the reduction relates only to Spectators so open organizers have repeatedly had to scale back their ambitions. As the cases of climbs. They had been planning to have 11,500 Spectators per day three weeks ago that was brought down to 5000. Now on Ly 1000

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"A terror investigation into a knife attack near the former offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine. At least two injured police arresting seven people, including the alleged attacker. No clear motive yet Islamic extremists attacked those officers in 2015, killing 12 people.

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Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

"Investigation after two people were stabbed near the former offices of the satirical newspaper. Shall They have dough? The suspects under arrest? A motive is not known. Both victims are expected to survive. Christof, the lore of the Media Watch group Reporters Without Borders says it's clear the attacker chose that location. For its symbolism. It seems clearly to get an attack against a symbol of shall subdue. It happened in the same street in front of the same building. 12 people who worked at that magazine were killed in the terror attack there in 2015. WCBS news time for

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Stabbings in Paris considered terror attack

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Stabbings in Paris considered terror attack

"Remember the terror attack in Paris, France at Thesame Lyrical newspaper Charlie Head Bow. Offices that was back in 2015. Dozens of people were killed. Now there's been another incident a terror incident at the same site, Two people were stabbing. And Frances stabbed this morning, and France's interior minister says that the suspect had been arrested a month ago for carrying a screwdriver. But they say he was not on the police radar.

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:44 sec | 5 d ago

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"Paris Police have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher DeLuca, secretary general of RSF, reporters without Borders. Has no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly an attack against freedom of expression that as global expects, following the deadly 2015 attacks at those officers, the satirical newspaper now operates out of a secret, heavily guarded location. Elaine called CBS News Paris.

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French Open takes a hit amid tight COVID-19 rules and new crowd limit

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

French Open takes a hit amid tight COVID-19 rules and new crowd limit

"Affected by the pandemic is tennis. As the French Open is hit with new restrictions now, as part of France's latest covert 19 restrictions, Just 1000 fans will be allowed to watch the French Open tennis tournament that begins Sunday. It was postponed because of the pandemic. All the fans will have to wear masks. The players will be allowed at the tournament side only on the days of their matches. They're all staying in to hotel's reserved just for them and are being tested regularly. Elaine called CBS NEWS PARIS Well, there's a new program

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 5 d ago

Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"Were wounded in a stabbing attack right by the former offices of the Charlie Hebdo paper in Paris. Authorities say a suspect has been arrested, Police flooded the neighborhood near the Bastille Plaza in eastern Paris. Quickly cordoning off the area. The motive at this early stage unclear also unclear whether it's linked to Charlie Hebdo trial of individuals accused of helping the Charlie Hebdo Attackers over five years ago is currently under way across town. Tom

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 5 d ago

Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"Underway in Paris after at least two people were wounded in a stabbing near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. That was the site of the 2015 attack by Islamic extremists in which 12 people were killed here in New

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Interview with Tony Morrison for the Paris Review when I first read jazz thought to myself from the very first encounter it makes us hungry hungry for something more some experience it contains that we did not know need wanted one if you're in it you can't get out of it whoever you may have been before did you intend to have this effect on all of us ended the novel do this to you in writing it I'd like to think that I create an appetite and then fulfill it especially with jazz because what music does and what the quality that I wanted to exist was you know that sense you get the the musician has more but he's not going to give it to exercise restraint kind of holding back not because it is not there or because what has exhausted it but because of the riches and because it can be done again and that sense of knowing when to stop this is a learned thing I didn't always have it you're novels are known for their extraordinary beauty the beauty of their language and their inclusion of beauty as part of life how do you handle beauty fiction this is something that has preoccupied me for a long time I think of beauty as an absolute necessity I don't think it's a privilege or indulgence it's not even quest I think it's almost like knowledge which is to say it's what we were born thank finding incorporating and then representing beauty is what humans do Weirdo without authorities telling us what it is I think it would exist in any case the bartle and the wonder of being in displace which is part of it you're feeling doing breath is this overwhelming beauty summer natural some of its men made some of its casual some of its Zamir glands is an absolute necessity I don't think we can do without it any more than we can do without.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"After the plumpton lunch i return to chicago and greatly impressed my young faculty colleagues with my new york literary adventure fired up i wrote a story called epstein a little comedy about a middle aged jewish adulterer drawn from the plight of a colorful next door neighbor who misbehaved on our street when i was a kid this time i sent my story not to the paris review slush pile from which i've been plucked first time around by none other than rose styron the right to the top not only was it accepted for publication but it subsequently received the paris review's aga khan prize for fiction that summer i booked third class passage on the holland america line and for the first time sale to europe to travel around england and france and also to receive the con prize in paris from prince ali colin celebrity diplomat a horseman an acclaimed internationally as quite the collector of ladies prince ali was the son of august con the third the staggeringly rich leader of the smiley muslims most intriguing to me was that the prince had formerly been married to the movie star rita hayworth you ward ceremony and reception were held ali khan's luxuriance while the bologna bill i had befriended vibrant if scruffy french student at the cafe odiaun the night before and invited her to the shinde she showed up late clad in leftback black on her fearsomely noisy motorbike and was refused entrance by the butler.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"What i have been doing lately a short story by jamaican caved which appeared in issue eighty two winter 1980 one he also heard a few excerpts of jamaica can k recorded in her garden whom and vermont kohl stanza number one a poem by robert ply which appeared in the pariser views very first issue published in the spring of 1950 three it was read by caitlyn young quest associate editor at the paris review or thanks as always to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review especial thanks this week the dan o'donnell for editing help on the solter and to the three bad pennies the jazz trio planing the party seen that was recorded live at the pariser views winter issue launch event 2017 this podcast is a coproduction of the paris review in stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brennan francis noon the reverend john delor in me nicole rubik our production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff believes in that levin our advisory board members are toniann fernandez lien chef them idul mazzotta and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound design by john door featuring original music composed by dated cieri plays piano organs and water firm with mike brown onbase she's outage maily and samos of out on drums and robbed schwimmer on the how can continue additional compositions and sequencing by casey holford if you liked with you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher harappa podcasts as always if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the parents of u dot org you'll get access to our full digital archive and four print issues featuring the very best in poetry fiction any interviews delivered straight your door on good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"And you see both of us were right though nothing has some have come to nothing the avatars of our conforming to the rules and living around the home have made well in a sense good citizens of us rushing the teeth and all at and learning to accept the charity of the hard moments is they are doled out for this is action this not being sure this careless preparing sowing the seeds crooked in the for o making ready to forget and always coming back to the mooring of starting out that day so long ago thank you i wonder why at concludes the pariser view podcast episode ten the occasional dream the pieces that you heard in this episode are a true account of talking to the sun had fire of island by frank o'hara it appeared in the paris review issue 45 winter 1968 and as part of the collective poems of francoera the poem was read by david sedarat special thanks to prop into marine grand bill smith and ministry tricks of the estate frank o'hara when lisa told me by roberto bologna the poem appeared in the paris review issue to oon summer two thousand twelve it was read by dakota johnson making friends by joy williams which appeared in the paris review issue 82 winter 1980 one it was read by mary louise marker the paris review will honor joy williams with the two thousand eighteen dot award for lifetime achievement but our annual gala the spring revel.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"I'm now these dion long that is the paris reviews southern editor john jeremiah sullivan singing from four till late in the song written by robert johnson after this quick break making friends short story by joy williams read by mary louise parker this is the pera sergei podcast from the paris review and stitcher gone long story to tell stories move emotionally move us to act and if you ask will swabi they can change our lives to will is the best selling author of the end of your life book club and books for living in his new podcast but that's another story he talks to everyone from artists to writers athletes to politicians about the one book the change them here from folks leg minjin lee sam sanders josh men and katie couric above the stories and characters that help them find their way in the world each episode will push you to consider the great impact reading has on all of us you can listen and subscribe on apple podcast stitcher or wherever you listen just search but that's another story laura dern making friends a story by joy williams dortha willy in liberty broke into a house on crab key in lived there for a week crab key was tiny and exclusive belonging to an association which had armed security patrol the houses on crab key were owned by people so wealthy that they were hardly ever there they were elsewhere.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"The editors at the paris of you may know from great storytelling but algorithms do not which is why an algorithm has no business choosing the films you watch enter movie a curated online cinema streaming exceptional films from around the globe each day they introduce a new handpicked gem and have one month to watch it recently one of our producers came home from a long day at the audio factory and watch david lowry's ain't them buddy saints starring rooney mahran casey affleck as 21st century lovers on the lam and he thought it was really great plus after a long day at work he was happy to only have to choose from thirty movies there's still nineteen days left for people to check the movie out but whether it's a modern independent film like that one a timeless classic or a thoughtprovoking documentary movies lineup is always handpicked by experts plus it allows you to delve deeper into the films with exclusive interviews video essays and critical reviews beer their website movies notebook try movie free for thirty days that m u b i dot com slash peres that's movie dot com slash paris the following episode contains mature content parental discretion is advised for any listeners under the age of eighteen sunday no o one nice contrast angelos i was walking long term cove river tass the other day listening to james baldwin and felt like yeah when you can do the things that humans and it's ok even though we sacked sometimes someone into seems you for that and also for stories with mess in those those in then because it's all part of the sentencing thank you here's your view podcast for making my life better.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Team the selection from letter from williamsburg written and read by christon don back which appeared an issue to five summer two thousand thirteen you can find the full essay online at the paris or view dot org our thanks to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review and special thanks this week to chris porch in ski who recorded jesse eisenberg this podcast as a coproduction of the pair's review and stitcher far executive producers are chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john bollore and we nickel redick our production team includes lorry door caitlyn young quiz jeff leaves and matt levin our advisory board members or tony toniann fernandez lien chapdelaine ngoma's oda and sadie sign this episode was mixed and sound design by john delor featuring original music composed by david siri who plays piano organs and water phone with mike brown on base shehzada ishmaeli and of maasboulevard on drums and rob schwimmer on the hacking continuing additional composition and sequencing by casey horford if you liked when you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast don't forget to rate and review the show as always if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris rude dot org you'll get access to our full digital archive an four print issues a year featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight to your door and good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"With mike brown on base she's irish malian sam ask of our and drums and robbed schwimmer on the heck and continuing additional composition and sequencing by casey holford if you liked what you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast don't forget to rate in review the show as always if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris review dot org who get access to our full digital archive and four print issues a year featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight to your door and good oldfashioned ink and paper thanks for listening that's all there is to say it's not the tragedies that kill us if some messes i can't stand masses i'm not being smart cracker he know i'm not when you meet me donja honey blooming stitcher here's a preview of what's coming up in the next episode of the her view podcast give me a beer she said and we all screamed god god god god the short story by benjamin nugent read by actor jesse eisenberg once they were upstairs god asked him please not call her god and call her melanie instead plus a poem by ruin ricardo phillips not knowing the difference between heaven and paradise he called them both ever that's next time on the paris view podcast mm.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"This podcast as a coproduction of the pairs of you in stitcher our executive producer chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john galore and me nicole ridic our production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff leaves and matt levin our advisory board members are toniann fernandez lien chapped and it jio mas oto and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound designed by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who plays piano organism waterfront with mike brown on base shishov odd ishmaeli and sam ospel bottom drums and robbed schwimmer on the how can continue special shadows to speak to doug gould a tear note records and more had city north carolina were david said there's was recorded if you liked what you heard be sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher or apple podcast or wherever you get your audio fix and if you want to read any of the pieces in this episode subscribe at the paris if you don't work you'll get access to our full digital archive going all the way back to nineteen fifty three and four print issues featuring the very best new poetry fiction and interviews delivered straight your door on good old fashioned ink and paper thanks for listening terrific okay thanks a lot bop stitcher here's a preview of what's coming up in the next episode of the paris of you podcast paroled another joy and smoke debt and remove my shirt and fed the fire apprehensively and sat on the bare floor of the cabin in growled and rocked like a baby oh testimony fact feeds her story dark and winding road my thoughts turn to the primitive longings of early man and i searched in my heart for some remnant of primal want in this and because i was looking i found it plus archival tape of george putin's visit the hunter as thompson at his home alfarm lou what we talk about what are you.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Get dot com slash p a r i s if you're an entrepreneur a small business owner or even if you have a side gig talking into a microphone let me introduce you to grasshopper the entrepreneur's phone system grasshopper lets you run your business from your cell phone while keeping your business and personal lives separate never been more important choose from their huge inventory of local toll free or vanity tollfree numbers simply forward your new number to your mobile phone and start taking calls immediately whether you're in an office in your car or out shopping for the holidays grasshoppers iphone and android apps help you stay connected to your customers not to mention you can send and receive calls and text from your business phone number set up multiple extensions for everyone on your team extending you have a team worked from anywhere with call forwarding and maybe best of all grasshopper offers an easy an instant set up and 247 customer support all without any longterm contracts grasshopper sign up today go to grasshopper dot com slash paris to get twenty dollars off your first month that's grasshopper dot com slash p a r i s the paris review podcast continues with david sideroads reading the second half of his essay letter from emerald island from time to not often when signing books i'll pretend to have powers well look get the scorpio i'll say when someone approaches my table i'm just guessing wouldn't know or scorpio from a doublesided you terry and the key i learned is to speak with authority it's never are you will libra but rather its about time i had a labour up in here every now and then i'll be right and the person will be shocked how did you know my sign they'll ask.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"How late it was for pleasures like nicotine in music but how i had loved them and how i had left my grandfather i began to cry and what a new is probably a shabby way telling myself that i was crying for him when i stopped it wasn't because i was afraid of with the woman with the camino cut might think i understood the she wasn't coming i understood to that i wasn't ever going to see her again she had picked me up so gently because she had been saying goodbye that concludes the pariser view podcast episode five to see you again the pieces that you heard in this episode arm be fn me by lucy berlin which appeared an issue to thirteen summer 2015 it was read by allison frazier voyage in the dark a memory piece written and read by brian coleman it first appeared on line on the paris few daily on july twenty first two thousand seventeen sweetheart written and red by eileen miles from issue to twenty one summer two thousand seventeen on voy written and red by caleb cream also for an issue to 21 summer two thousand seventeen special thanks to the ninety seconds streetwise unterberg poetry center and to the morgan library and museum home of the archive of the paris review this podcast is a coproduction of the pariser view and stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brendan francis newnham the reverend john galore and me nicole roddick are production team includes lorry door kaitlan young quizzed jeff leaves and matt leaden our advisory board members for tony and fernandez plan shopped him ejiofor mas oto and sadie stein this episode was mixed and sound design by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who please piano organs and water phone with mike brown on base shas amish malay and sam moskva on drums and rob schwimmer on the hack and continuum special shut out this week to michael kohlmann the engineer at figure eight studios in brooklyn who captured all this great original scoring additional com.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"If you're an entrepreneur a small business owner or even if you have a side gig reading books let me introduce you to grasshopper the entrepreneur's phone system grasshopper lets you send and receive calls and text from your new business phone number that way can run your business from anywhere new york los angeles the moon and he responded clients quickly with grasshoppers mobile apps grasshopper sign up today good grasshopper dot com slash paris to get twenty dollars off your first month that's grasshopper dot com slash p a r i s the following episode contains mature content parental discretion is advised for any listeners under the age of eighteen oh yeah this is though bowman sharp dressed uh i met and george years ago before we begin we'd like to dedicate this episode typical liz on a longtime variable at a board member and at the moment i on my way no valet boga called unless this voice mel for our very first episode in new york i wear ripped rhetoric print camps and in california i wear regular g you'll be missed kobo everywhere i wear gold hoop earrings no injuries were roles on two three four one mustache on the sound that life's mehta the cold hiding because it's your roy do not actively 100 but but a super sweet this seeing which is the travel far the thief is not how to steal the chiefs will but where i had to blow it but.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"But you know you are about boxing didn't you your broker of course out abroad i'm enderle attract ibaka too happy way though the building cuba uh i didn't want a box sympathy loves to shout about how he was the same day is big question uh the having a separate south they said i want to see how good you uh they came out of the people in his fists up and through this terrible boxing much the dining hall when he was not somebody that can hold his clutches back so i had a terrible time god he doesn't seem like a guy who would exert a lot of selfcontrol maybe girl well thank you so much george clinton for coming on our show and we look forward to talking to you again sometime in the near future appropriate alert thank you so much in we'll talk to you soon cricket ovalles and you are listening to wfm east orange this is door and you will be hearing the dose of tons of com sharply very soon sting that concludes the paris review podcast episode four missed connections the pieces that you heard in this episode are lying in a hammock at a friend's farm in pine island minnesota by james right it first appeared in issue 26 summer fall 1960 one we'd like to thank was the in university press which published the poem in its later book form the poem was red for us by probe at passions and robert pattinson stars in the film good time which is out now only connect written and read by city stein which first appeared on line in the paris review daily on january 13th two thousand fourteen the worm it in philly by samlip site which was published in issue 194 fall two thousand ten it was read by the host of w t f mark mary me you also heard our founding editor george clinton from his nineteen 96 appearance on w.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"For instance hear was an indelible fact haggos mother never called a marvellous he added that legally later of course this book was bigger than mere details children didn't need details children needed books for boys by grady people's struggle and triumphed over steep odds may be my next book would tell the story of me i have been struggling but now my hour of triumph had arrived triumph was about to embrace me to reach down and stroke and tug my penis coup into my ear i didn't even know of triumph was a man or a woman or what it said about lying down with abstractions and will vetik as but that wasn't the point either i went to the library i did this by going out to the avenue and asking somebody where the library was the rest of the worm in philly by samlip site when we continue you're listening to the paris or view podcast from the paris review and stitcher if you're an entrepreneur a small business owner or even if you have a side gig say writing squibb's for airline magazines meet grasshopper the entrepreneur's phone system grasshopper lets you run your business from your cell phone and it allows you to keep that business and your personal life separate choose from their huge inventory of local toll free our vanity tollfree numbers simply forward your new number to your mobile phone and start taking calls immediately whether you are in an office in your car or even stranded on a subway platform grasshoppers iphone and android apps help you stay connected your customers not to mention you can send and receive calls and text from your business phone number get your voicemails transcribed in email to you and worked from anywhere with call forwarding it's all pretty simple grasshopper offers an easy an instant set up an 247 customers support no longterm contract required.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"Heard in this episode my wife in converse by shelby area which appeared an issue to own eye summer two thousand fourteen it was read by donatella video grains pause at the edge of the country by erica aaron bird from issue 216 spree in two thousand sixteen it was read by keighley gates this episode also includes excerpts of archival tape from the paris reviews interview with jack kerouac at his home in lowell massachusetts the interview was conducted by arabs arroyo and ted berrigan the edited version of that interview appeared as part of our artificial series an issue 43 summer 1968 special thanks to jim sampras and the literary state of jack kerouac enter the morgan library and museum palm the archive of the paris review which houses the cadillac reloads thanks also to the ninety seconds streetwise unterberg poetry center this podcast is a coproduction of the paris review and stitcher our executive producer is our chris bannon brendan francis noonan the reverend john galore than me lawrence stein our production team includes lorry door caitlyn young quest in that levin with a special shut out this week to our digital gurus jeff believes jeff gross and bill irwin our advisory board members are tony and fernandez lien chapped and did jomaa's soda and cds time we got a little casting help on this episode from winter miller we also wanted to thank greta cohn who helped shape the pilots of this podcast low these many many months ago this episode was mixed in sam designed by john delor featuring original music composed by david cieri who plays piano organs and water from with mike brandon bass shas odd ishmaeli and sam asked about on drums and robbed schwimmer on the hack and continuing additional composition synthesizers and sequencing by casey holford if you like what you heard these sure to subscribe to this podcast in stitcher for apple podcast or wherever you get your audio fix and if you want to read any of the pieces in lethem's episode subscribe at the paris review dot org g they'll get access to our tyre digital archive going all the way back to to fifty three and four.

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"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

The Paris Review

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"paris" Discussed on The Paris Review

"If you're an entrepreneur a small business owner a freelance writer or even if you have a side gig i dunno reading podcast adds meet grasshopper the entrepreneur's phone system grasshopper lets you run your business from your cell phone while keeping your private life separate you choose from their huge inventory of local toll free or vanity tollfree numbers then simply forward your new number to your mobile phone and start taking calls immediately not to mention you can send and receive calls and text from your business phone number get your voicemails transcribed in email to you and work from anywhere with call forwarding better yet grasshopper offers an easy an instant set up and 247 customer support all without any longterm contracts be professional responsive and efficient with grasshopper get your business phone number today go to grasshopper dot com slash paris to get twenty dollars off your first month that's grasshopper dot com slash p a r i s trump with okay we're off how do you think george clinton's had is no i object to the running on your view serious questions you get taperecorded message will be no good unless i tell you what i really think don't ask me questions the budgies what's the difference between jesus an owner.

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