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Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:56 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on All Things Considered

"University. Thank you for coming on the program. Thanks for having me. Time for our documentary of the week with Tom Powers and Rafael and a house and they're the cofounders of the Dock and my C festival in the pier Nonfiction podcast. Here's Raphael with this week's pick. In the documentary Siri's Love fraud. We meet Tracy, a single mother in the Midwest who thinks she's met the man of her dreams on a dating app and she can't wait to tell people about him. Two of my good friends were talking and one of them said. Don't you think she's moving a little fast? And the other one, said she's 47 years old. You know things go in a different pace. At that age. I remember saying that things were moving fast, but not in a good way. Turns out her new boyfriend is a serial con man with a 20 year history of romancing vulnerable middle aged women, then stealing their money. His victims find each other on social media and swap stories about what he took from them. And he.

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Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged

"Against the safety driver who was behind the wheel and a fatal crash involving an uber self driving test vehicle. Here's W. W. J Oughta be Reporter Jeff He'll March 2018 crash claimed the life of a pedestrian and raised issues about the safety of automated vehicles. The uber vehicle was in self driving mold, but safety driver Raphael Vasquez was supposed to be watching the road ready to intervene. Investigators say. Instead, she was watching an episode of the voice on her cell phone. A grand jury is now charged Vasquez with negligent homicide. She has entered a not guilty play. Jeff Gilbert

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Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:19 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"As investors search for you catalyst to give direction to global markets as MP down for a third day after fluctuating between gains and losses. Red on the screen. Now with the S and P down 40. That is a drop of 1.2% now is down. 250 down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ is down 144 down 1.3% 10 years down one 32nd right now, with the yield of 10.69% gold up 4/10 of 1% 1951 the ounce West Texas intermediate crude little changed 41 05 a barrel of bite 2/10 of 1% AA Bloomberg radio and television exclusive This morning, you might have heard our Michael McKee speaking with Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic. And in an interview, we asked him about interpreting economic data amid the Corona virus crisis and what to make of all those numbers. The pandemic is something that we've never seen before. This is a historic type of event. And if you look at the inflation numbers, there's a lot of noise in there so month a month and quarter quarter the elements of a C P I, for example, are showing wide swings and much wider swings and you would ordinarily see so it's hard to know exactly what signal we're seeing right now. The U. S. Has moved to expel the Chinese own. We chat and tic tac caps from US app stores as of Sunday, while reserving the right to reverse a ban on Tic Tac's video streaming service once it can hammer out a deal to satisfying national security concerns, sources say. TIC TAC owner Bite Dance is getting more confidence It's envisioned. The lines with article will pass muster with Chinese regulators. Oracle lower now by 6/10 of 1%. Tesla higher after analysts of Piper Sandler and Wedbush raise their price targets on the stock ahead of the automakers Battery Day event next week. Tesla's shares they're pushing hard now up by 4.4%. Again. Recapping equities are lower across the board down Friday with the S and P. Slumping 40 points down 1.2%. The dollar's down 0.9% NASDAQ Down 1.3% I'm Charlie Pellet. It's a Bloomberg business. Flash thiss is Bloomberg. BusinessWeek with Carol Master and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg Radio. All right, time to do a little business Week economics and you've just heard a little bit. Of the big interview this morning that our own Michael McKee frequently here, the dulcet sounds of his voice on this radio program. He did catch up with Atlanta President Raphael Bostic. Down to the earlier Michael McKee was in New York, of course, because it's a remote world. But Raphael Bostic, of course, runs the Federal Reserve Bank down there, And he said Congress needs to provide additional fiscal support for the US economy. That economy I've see has lost Mo mentum. Let's take a listen to what he has to say. Before we get into a conversation with our in house expert, Check it out. When I would tell a policy maker is look, there are lots of sectors where there's still a lot of pain and destruction is going on. There are a lot of families who have a significant amount of uncertainty, and those things will wear on our psyche and our ability to grow. So I would encourage them to think about ways that they might provide support to help those who are in more precarious positions, not have to struggle and worry. Right, provides some more aid for those who really need it. Of course, that's Mike McKee of Bloomberg his interview with Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic. Let's get into this on. What are you, Elena Chladkova. Has to say senior US economist of Bloomberg Economics. Joining us on the phone from Long Island this for our segment of business economics, business Week economics on this Friday. So you Lena? I mean, man, I feel like everybody agrees. We need some more aid. We need some more federal assistance because of the impact of the virus. Your thoughts on what Bostick had to say and how you see it. I know we've talked about this before. Sure, but basically he is saying the same thing. A lot of Little Reserve members have already told us, including chair pose that Well, it has to do with the expiration off the $600 at dawn to benefit planes to jobless claims menaces that expired at the end of July and the $300 a head on that there was a result of the executive orders. Signed by President Trump in the beginning, we forget they have also expired. So now the most vulnerable Ali of the population does not get those extra benefits. And these are the people who actually spend more off the income the rest of the population. So what happened is that people who have high propensity to consume In a much worse position right now, and we will see the impact off this, You know, expiration of extra income on consumer spending right? Just we will not see that in the third quarter. We will see in the fourth quarter and going into next year and that's why we need this extra support from physical authority. And yet, what if we don't get it? What was once the worst case scenario that we're facing are likely scenario if we don't get it. It's a great question. Jason Excellent question, indeed, So our estimates indicate that the impact of that would be in the order of several percentage points off our GDP. So if you think about it in the context of a 28% we bound in the third quarter that we're projecting. Well, that's not a big deal. But if you think about it in terms ofthe potential growth average growth over the last several years of roughly to 3% If you subtract 5% from rose in the fourth quarter, you may end up with militant group. The power projection is for a very slow rose in the fourth quarter. And we'll see what happens in the first quarter. If things get worse when they see the negative growth again. ST Louis fit President Jim Bullard also making some comment. He's quote optimistic that the US could get growth all the way back. Are you as optimistic? I mean, I guess, yeah, anything can happen, and it just depends how long it takes to get there, right, Elena. I absolutely agree with you, Carol. Well, we'll get there. The question is when and you know the physical physical packages just needed because that will help us to get there faster. So the longer we wait, the more permanent losses in economic momentum will become so it's not going to be just about the condemning, but it will be No off losses in income in growth overall, just think, because this is a recession. And so what's the next sort of most important data point that we're going to get? Obviously the higher frequency data we've come to rely on you, Elena when it comes to jobless claims we heard retail sales earlier this week. I believe like, what else are you guys looking for? That will help you start to synthesize. This latest picture. So you name both the next sales report. We'll see if we get it. We still continue to get positive for employment treating. So what happens with the data and that's a very important 0.2. To remember is that we're entering the season when seasonal affective will become unsavory bubble to economic growth. So in other words, he's in fact, this would expect Ah pickup in personal consumption because we're approaching the holiday season s OAS well known fact that will that more hiring Because of the holiday season, it will be much harder to overcome the expectations for roll economic data to pickup a strongly is needed. So what That means is that we may start getting negative surprises in terms of the data just simply because this whole thing disrupted seasonal affective such a degree. That it was supporting roles earlier and now a CZ. We end in the final stages of the year that may go waste on economic growth. All right, Elena. She lets give. Thank you so much. Really good to catch up with you. Great context, Especially given what we've been hearing from the Fed. Was it really? Just two days ago we heard. Yeah, I know. That's what that there's one day this week. Run like it is welcome to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. It is at his next.

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Padres get Moreland from Red Sox for prospects

WBZ Afternoon News

00:14 sec | 2 weeks ago

Padres get Moreland from Red Sox for prospects

"Red Sox beaten up the Nationals ate three Zander Bogart, Raphael endeavors. Bobby Dow back all going well. Kevin Lewicki is knocked in a pear. Meanwhile, Mitch Moreland was sent to the Padres for a pair of prospects outfielder Jason Rosario and third base Prospect Hudson Pots.

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Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

02:34 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "raphael" discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

"You can do everything from registered to get your vote by mail application the find out your early voting rules and you're polling location. So planned to vote by mail if that doesn't work plan to vote early in person, and if that doesn't work, have a backup to your backup plan to know where to go and vote on election. Day So one, don't panic to make a plan of early and three don't do it alone. We need to make certain that everyone we know has a plan to vote that they tell you what it is. Don't let them say Oh yeah I'M GONNA make my plan make them tell you what it is make them write it down because if we can overwhelm the system with our presence we will win. I obviously, you had a very close election in two thousand eighteen. You know there's a chance maybe all of a sudden. Georgia is a swing state. How are you feeling about of Vice President Biden's chances as we're forty some days out. I think he can win here we've got sixteen electoral votes were willing to send his way. We've got two Senate seats that are up for grabs, Jon ossoff running against David Purdue Raphael Warnock, Brittany against Kelly Leffler, and with the right the right investment and the right turn out we can pull both of those Senate seats over to the Democratic Column we can also send Lucy Macbeth back and send her friend Caroline Bordeaux and the seventh and we can Flip Sixteen House seats and take the House for Democrats. These are all within reach because. In twenty eighteen without trying we flipped sixteen seats in the general. Assembly. We can do it again we're narrow state very close election with the secretary of state controlling everything he barely eked out a fifty five, thousand victory. We've had seven hundred, fifty thousand new people registered to vote since two thousand eighteen forty, five percent are under the age of thirty, forty, nine percent people color, and we've got really good progressive white folks in the state of Georgia joining together and we have the ability to win this election and delivered Georgia as a blue state. That's certainly nice optimism to here I do want to close I know you're busy I know you got a million things going on but as an accomplished author and is someone I know who loves TV and films what have you been doing these last six months to unwind anything good we should we should know about so I just discovered show. Body of proof. I really like crime dramas I just finished re watching all of. Elementary and discovered because who recommended it for me by the proof. Okay. Sorry I'm. That's all we're looking for is is recommendations of one good crime shows in to how to save democracy you always. good to see.

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Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia

"Army Green Beret is charged with helping Russia spy on the U. S. Military correspondent Steve Dorsey, the Justice Department says 45 year old Peter Raphael Drabinsky, Devon's conspired with Russian intelligence from 1996 to 2011 federal prosecutors accused the former army officer of providing Russia with classified U. S national defence information He could face life in prison, according to the indictment. Devon's his mother was born in this Soviet Union and Devon's about his wife in Russia. They were married in 1997, the

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Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | Last month

Former Army Green Beret charged with spying for Russia

"Army Green Beret has been charged with helping Russia spy on the U. S. Military. The Justice Department says 45 year old Peter Raphael Drabinsky, Devon's conspired with Russian intelligence from 1996 to 2011. Federal prosecutors accused the former army officer of providing Russia with classified U. S national defence information He could face life in prison. That

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"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

02:11 min | Last month

"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"I gotTA. Do My face Oh. Was that has been done yeah. No. Jane are with your Tanner I'll try not to. Good night. Danielle wonderful. Wonderful seeing you as always wonderful seeing myself in the zoom. Oh man while this has been a wonderful episode and I just WanNa say get tickets to our live show. It's going to be so much fun. We have so much so many funny things special guest, Jason Zukas back and another very special guest in Y'all does not even know what Oh someone dairy spot because I know about one gas, but there's somebody else another one there's a lime afraid. We've got tricks up our sleeves Danielle and I. We've got a lot of some programming programming. As Leah said it's going to be elevated. To elevate this shit when you see our pussies which you will an entire back be if you shelby and you're gonNA roof, you're never gonNA forget them. That's right. Last quick reminder we asked you all to participate in a summer book club of nonsense and garbage, and that will take place on August twenty seven as section are normally scheduled podcast with Chelsea, devan tastes and we are. Reading Once Again Gabrielle Union's Book Nippy Leaks, book, and Li Remedies Book. So guys get to step in. Let's read by the twenty seventh, and if you have any quotes, you'd like to pull our comments, questions, concerns, please email us boots on the ground. Be S edgy become, and We will hopefully read some of these beautiful and powerful quotes and before we go, I also just wanted to. Do a little birthday shoutout. Happy Birthday to Lauren Moskovsky. I'm your friends. Really. Love you especially my. Daughter I'm so happy birthday Lauren hope you're having a a nice one at home with your family. Say. Thank you Dana. Thank you ear wolf. Thank you Kaitlyn for editing. Thank you Casey. Thank you, Danielle. Okay. Thank you miss June Diane. Thank you guys. Thank you guys. So everyone's staying safe and healthy and well..

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"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

09:35 min | Last month

"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"The interesting. All the talk we've done about therapy people don't really change. Yeah I. Just think she's She's very angry. Yes. She's very angry and and yet sometimes she's very light. It's interesting I now I now. There's something about her where Mike I think she should have stayed in the BERKSHIRES. I. Think She's happy as now she's having their heiser she stayed there. It's she made such a big get out is not all it's cracked up to be the appreciate. It always will about debt is her willingness to show herself on the show The way she sort of comes as she is in different outfits and a tire, there's something about her that I find. So refreshing in just that she shows up as she is where they all seem to be so. They're so much put on there so much costume and she does it for the testimonials but on the actual show just seems like we're getting during I would say even just New York and. New York and Beverly Hills are both on vacation right now. Said difference because I will say. I will also say that New, York they all sort of look like themselves when they wake up in the morning, right? Like they're all kind of like this is who they are and there's not much of a difference in the looks between bearskin. But when you see like a Lisa Renna in the morning, it's a shock because they're all so. Sorry. But they're all go made up right now that no, I don't really see a big difference between like the snake that I think Lisa Rim is the snake that I think during the is and if anything like I prefer during the Agree. Saranda is least. Jed. For anything you know she has been in I think she is I mean as a snake genuine Renna I was watching her today I'm like she's so fucking full of shit she. We always say she's always acting she just I don't believe it and she's job and I also don't buy anything even her friendships not one we're not her mouth. Do I also think these women are who they are? They're not. It doesn't seem to me that they're playing for camera or that there will and it's hard for me to believe like religious whole thing and it seems like she's this giant mask of like you're on the show be honest. But then like she's not willing to be honest at all on how like her raging eating disorder which again, I don't blame Renna for like she's a product of. A culture that hates whitten wants us to be tiny but like her eating disorder hasn't affected children like, of course it of course, it has Obama's crazy when our so called that out in in like how could it not an for woman who keeps urging everybody to be honest the fact that she's masking the most The biggest truth that we are all staring at on this show, which is that she has a a region eating disorder and her both of her children's seem to as well and she can't put any thing. It's entirely her fault. Many people have eating disorders that have nothing to do with your parents. Of course do you guys have things got and I guess we're now we're in beverly. Hills which is fine but. That was me I introduced. We. Fight over this. Real. Hard. Over here. We make cut to commercial. Her often. We'll just we'll just. We'll say it was a shock when Garcia said okay. Well, if we're all going to be honest do you think that your the way that you dance round and in your underwear and all this affects your daughters and people were shocked by that like what does that have to do with this moment like honesty but I think what Garcia was trying to do i? Personally. Think with our cell was trying to do was to say it's humiliating what you've just done to denise and how you yelled at her and been like gets down the shore get the fuck out of here, which was a crazy moment and not and not Lisa's to make a determination for she's not a fucking producer. She doesn't run this show Chris is the producer Jenner. Came I was like Kris Jenner. Cristiano. But I think to show the voice by. Cell was trying to say is does this feel good? No, it doesn't feel good. So because Lisa that's the problem with least she was trying to get denise to come clean because she knew she is smart enough to know like we gotta have this as was Christa producer chasing her like everybody knew we are GonNa be fucking pissed at this moment that we're in? Rome. And we're not hearing from her and then Lisa did it but she can never be inundated genuine. So she's trying to direct. Then, she has this whole crying scene thinking that'll help for. Sure fucking. Sweetie oh I'm not buying gene denise even friends for one second now, I think Denise's say something. She's very dim. Yeah. Yeah. I I know we WANNA think other allies I did I did I don't think I thought I haven't thought about. That with her I think she she comes as she is a lot about what we liked about. It was like. Yeah I get that but now I'm like Oh man. Listen I. Think I was bouncing off that back pretty hard but now I'm back and I'm comfortable with my initial assessment I do think that her and Aaron are it sometimes seemed to dim people together is very tear especially to dim good looking people together is if it's terrifying combination And adducing the them one of them treating cancer people. I work themselves up until like a dumb tizzy I agree and I think when you are beautiful because they're are both especially denise. Stunning. Stunning. Stunning. Stunning. Errands put on a few I. Think Erin Is. Gross let it. He is gross to but but I think in the in the good looking like dictionary he would be someone that they would put in there I mean, dic? offended. And I think denise a terrific. Yes. Sir and I think really nice and a good per i. think she good person Yes. Totally and I don't care if she slept with brand. Rate and I think they did. But I don't appreciate denise not letting us in on this. And I do think kyle them come off looking really bad kyle just came off looking terrible. I'm kind of like denise you owe this to us and Teddy Teddy has put out a video now today. It's dark. What is it's dark she's saying that people are giving her family death threats and our kids because honestly and I'll say it to be funny. But like they just don't like her on the show I think she's like boring. Well that. Well I. Don't they just really hate the way she acted tonight and like who she is, I've just never seen someone. So unassuming the object of so many people's Iron I'm one of those things. Because her it's funny. She's just so she's like nails all. My Frank Acre Zeman had. A crew of girls in college and the used to call. One of them there. And she was just like there and for years they referred to her as their and that's kind of how amidst terrible. That's horrible. But that's kind of what's happened to teddy is just like she is really just there. But then when they're tries to pipe in and be a part of things that. was always coming from a place of authority and she's not an authority victim with both and so and she's just boring and. I've never seen a video that not felt great compassion. I. Know I mean does anyone she got pregnant like Spicer pursue reline Cut. This. If people do not like her it's it's hard. I don't that moment where she were. They were all giving toast with denise and she like. Anything to toews with it's just pick up. And fucking fork and toast. dum-dum. My least favorite personality type. I don't have anything that line just like it was my brain i? Think it's tweaking and right she's not a great color in this in this and I. Think that hurt like when everyone was when she was like, can we all just like kiss and make basically and Teddy's like I mean I don't know I can be fine with you. I can be friendly but I just I don't trust you announced like fuck off like nobody wants to refine or..

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"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

07:01 min | Last month

"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"That's friends without the are. Really quick, and then we are going to. We will talk outside the House is well if you're comfortable June. With what happened when she changed her office around? Didn't tell you. I still and I love you I'm going to say right now I don't understand where you're coming from on this one. Really Casey. Couldn't understand what we want to do and I think the reason why you want okay I think the reason when you understand is in talking to your therapist on the phone for a decade. For a long time, I was going travelling from West Hollywood Beverly Hills every single morning I would get in my car at seven twenty and I would drive drills for an eight am appointment five days a week twelve. You were paying for. Her every penny. Time. Spot. No it seems like prime time. Well I started off as like I was just a regular patient and then she asked me do you want to do analysis I think you could really use it seemed i. then started you have a bathtub in here and you have to be in there a number of days a week that is. That is the practice of analysis. So when she commits you even I are the only people that do it still on earth I know it does like a very nineteen eighties like down with a you know bearded man type of deal. So will this is weird. This is where this comes in so. I had been lying in that office. Five Times a week. And not able to look at her knee can't see them. So my eyes are falling on. Oh this the her desk, all the little tiny figurines, little little Russian doll set tiny little Little like silver frog. This book and that Book and I'm looking at all the books I am staring at the paintings staring at the curtains obscuring the basket of blankets using the blankets I'm grabbing the tissue box I am like my eyes are falling on her space because they have nowhere else to look. During. Incredibly like deep and. excavating session. That's what that's basement that like I would just look around also search for clues about her new picture frames but I saw her desk was pretty. Like it was all I could understand about the person I was talking to a not seeing was that space. Then one day. I walk. Still haven't recovered from June called me a directly grind. The only time. You've ever called upset about something that I really couldn't like understand your stand just imagine this. So I walk in there. And it was after Lake Christmas break or something like that like it was after a sanctioned time off. Think legally say walk in. And when I tell you everything was different. I mean everything. No tiny over. BRONC. Every, all the keys that I had grown to know and love the small tiny little figurines that were I'm trying to describe the desk that it was like one of those down desks at the top of it had all of these little was a Curio cabinet and I'm on. And it was so pleasing to my is. All that's gone gone gone, and now we have. Any instant. and. All your friends are. there. Was No warning. Had there's new wallpaper up. No time to you to go and see them and not say goodbye to sleep through. Not Look at them. The Shays Lounge is now a lick love seat with an Ottoman and it's facing a different direction. And it's facing the window and her desk is now facing the other way, the tissue holder with the tissues in it has been substituted for anyone. The entire place is different at I was shattered. Her. On I said to her I'm really upset. I am I wouldn't even lay down on the seat like I just sat up and talk to her but not facing her with very street. It's so passive. And I remember not taking my purse off. Like I could I could be out of here and I'm ready to bolt at any time carrying the not pay me. So. And I said like I just can't believe you did this. To me, you said me me and she was like, you know we talked about it. I said, all this space is all I. Know about you and see it's changed. So quickly, anticipation away. Thrown. Away. I loved that Smith's new. Wanted a big heads up. About. You said about a month would have helped you I said one month ahead of time I would. I. Would have appreciated heads up and saying like we're going to prepare and about a month from now the space is going to change. Now, I lasted to do understand I. Only I did sort of because when might there but finally moved her office again, I've only talked to over the phone she's in New York City I'm live in Los Angeles she sent me a photo of the realm. Well. Yeah Oh God what I would gift for a photo of that room. Yeah she's got one maybe. I mean she did because you know she changed her name to she. She knew, but she gave me warning. And this was big this after the room was very upset that she changed her last name Danielle. A big to do and it was basically if you can even imagine I had just had Sam trump was elected does union. I was literally lay Jr and then I saw much those three things happening post-partum. Trump has been elected president and my dad just died and I and then I get an email. Saying the likes of which. Saying in about a month, I will now be I will be going as this and the longer this and I make. Hughes. And we talked lotto angry I was I.

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"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

06:05 min | Last month

"raphael" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Ninety Day fiance twin stations are stepping out twin sisters Darcy and Stacey are getting their own show on TLC. It's about time right with these two. It's always double the romance and double the drama all of the time Darcy Stacey new series premiere Sunday at ten nine central on TLC set your dvr. Before we start today show Danielle and I just want to announce something incredibly exciting, which is that we are doing a live show and I put live in quotes only because we're GONNA be home, but it is going to be live Oh. Yes. All mistakes will be shown. Don't worry. We will not be doing the technology ourselves. We have partnered with an amazing company. We have put together such an amazing show that will lend itself to the platform that is sitting in front of one's computer. We promise you there will be singing air welby. Dancing there will be Jason Man soukous incredible as special guys very special guests y'all doesn't even know about we have videos we have songs we have so much plan for you guys. We hope you join us. The show will be September third the Thursday before Labor Day weekend five, thirty, Pacific coast eight thirty East Coast. I cannot tell you how much we plan. We would love to see you all be together there can be chatting that goes on during the show. We'd love to take your boots on the ground, but we're going to prescreen you. WanNa have a quick punched show. We don't need drunken ramblers, but we do want your gossip. So if you have any boots on the ground, please email us and we will get in touch with you and get you set up to to do your boot and the email address is boots on the ground be ass at gmail.com. Boots on the ground ground es like Bitch Session at g DOT COM and. As, we said many a few months ago. I believe it was when so many of our amazing amazing listeners donated to. Brianna. Taylor's go fund me which were so appreciated of and you guys were amazing and we as we promised, we said the first five hundred people that donated to that go fund me and. and. Send US their receipt of donation would get to see the show for free. So those people those first five hundred have been emailed and you should know so you will get so check everyone else. This show is twenty dollars it's going to be so much fun I. Truly. This is going to be really really really fun. So September third we hope you will be there. We didn't get to do our summer tour which we were so upset about we love you guys. We hope we'll see you there September third you can go to future beat to find the tickets or go to our instagram's Casey Rose Wilson and in Y'all Caroline Schneider. Let's the show. Hi, Daniel Hi he see I'm sorry I'm already laughing. Me To. You know I guess we should just bring our guest out. Here, and yet she's not here. She's never not doing many things at once and this doesn't changes. Right it's like you think you got her and you do you do but many people have for at the same right it's not the are not getting, but others are as well. That that human is dear friend. I June Diane. Rafer. You know her you love her she's a dare I say favourite gun. Yes. She she's really actress. Producer writer. Founder of Jane, she's going to speak more about lovely human activist author. and. Writer, writer director I believe. She's done. Directing US right conway. Threatening drags better to dress better to. Directing us all to ask more from ourselves. Please welcome June Diane Raphael. Goodness gracious it is so good to be. Are you here because? We're in zoom together and we end our producer each other but we don't see you out and then you turn on your camera and show us what you were doing and. It was that first of all I asked Dana to a variety I. Hope this is not being reported. I. 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Livery Cab Driver Accused Of Raping 12-Year-Old Girl In Brooklyn New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | Last month

Livery Cab Driver Accused Of Raping 12-Year-Old Girl In Brooklyn New York

"Shock in Brooklyn today with words. The delivery cabbie has been charged with raping a 12 year old girl today with Glenn Shock has a story little girl put into a livery car by your parents. This was Six o'clock Monday night, Myrtle Avenue in Fort Greene told the driver to take her to their home in bed Stuy. Cops say minutes Into that trip, 32 year old Raphael Martinez got out from the driver's seat into the back seat, raped the girl. Then calmly walked back out, started driving again, eventually taking the child to her destination near Ralph Avenue. Was an arrested later on Tuesday. Martinez saying nothing he was taking out of the Brooklyn Special Victims unit last night here in Boerum Hill among those charges, rape and sex abuse. He's been fired from his job at the Evelyn Car Services here in Brooklyn. The little girl was treated at Woodhull Hospital reunited with their parents there. It is now recovering at home.

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WNBA players urge people to vote against team owner, senator

The Erick Erickson Show

02:16 min | Last month

WNBA players urge people to vote against team owner, senator

"W. NBA. Stars are openly endorsing Kelly Leffler opponent in her Georgia sit race despite her ownership stake in one of the teams, leagues. W Now? No No, no. No they're not supporting Ralph warnock Nah I'm sorry Doug Collins No. That's Boring College Board Ralph. WARNOCK WNBA. Stars are openly endorsing Reverend Raphael warnock for the US Senate seat currently held Atlanta Dream Cone or Kelly Leffler Leffler Georgia Republican previously used her position as a team owner as a political stance in her hotly contested special election players called on WNBA Commissioner. Cathy Engelbert to ban Leffler from the League after her comments against the black lives matters group. You know she. She's writing this. HELP INNER Players across the WNBA have long been vocal opponents of Senator Kelly Leffler Georgia. Republican who also happens to Cole the League's Atlanta Franchise. But as the special election for Leffler appointed senatorial seats up stars are using their platform to explicitly rebel against the controversial politician prior to Tuesday nights matchup between the Phoenix Mercury and the Atlanta Dream members of both teams express support. For Reverend Raphael. warnock. By wearing t shirts that read vote warnock according to representatives for the mercury players on the Chicago Sky also donned the black and white shirts prior to their game against the Dallas Wings players on the Seattle Storm in Connecticut also wore the shirts prior to the game which you know these people who were I guess they just eight Kelly leveler. Okay. Now, here's the thing. If they schrief walls in the forest and no one is around. Does it make a sound? If. They WNBA player takes political position does anyone know unless there's a reporter there to tell them and then does anyone care? No one watches the Wnba these are the people who off the court because of the national anthem they didn't even neil they walked off the court.

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Players wearing T-shirts opposing Dream owner

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | Last month

Players wearing T-shirts opposing Dream owner

"Players are urging people to vote their team owner out of the Senate. The backlash against Atlanta dream Kohner Kelly La Flor is growing, with many WN BA players wearing vote war noch shirts ahead of their games last night that refers to Democrat Reverend Raphael Warnock, who was running against law Flora sitting Republican Senator Waffles come under fire for calling on the W. N B. A commissioner to put a stop to the league's Black Lives Matter Initiative in which players were warm up jerseys in shirts supporting the movement. Many players have called on La Flor to step down from her position as co owner. Matt

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Loeffler knocks WNBA players for wearing shirts backing Democratic challenger

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

01:00 min | Last month

Loeffler knocks WNBA players for wearing shirts backing Democratic challenger

"Any way, but not just for the dream. Players to wear T shirts before the game, But players from every team playing tonight have been spotted wearing shirts. That's a vote Warnock. Now this is a Reverend Raphael Warnock, who is challenging the Kelly left her for her Senate seat. And somebody that presumably all these players have decided, is willing to fight for the things that matter to them, that is supporting the things that they support. And so when Elizabeth Williams afford for the dream talk, Tio ESPN, she said, Ah, you know, we want to make sure we could keep the focus on our Social justice movement. And funny enough. Reverend Warnock is somebody who supports everything we support just happens to be running in that seat, so it worked out really well. I don't know

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Memorial Service Held For Congressman And Civil Rights Icon John Lewis in Atlanta

1A

00:58 sec | Last month

Memorial Service Held For Congressman And Civil Rights Icon John Lewis in Atlanta

"Georgia congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis has been honored at a memorial service in Atlanta. NPR's Debbie Elliot reports that the funeral ended six days of mourning contributes to Luis's Life and service. Thie final celebration of Life for Democratic Congressman John Lewis was held in his longtime church. Atlanta's historic Ebenezer Baptist senior pastor, Raphael Warnock, called Louis the hope and promise of democracy. He became a living walking sermon about truth telling. And justice making in the Earth. He loved America until America learn how to love him back. We celebrate Thie service was a mix of personal and political tributes, including from three former presidents who honored his pivotal role in in the the the civil civil civil rights rights rights movement movement movement and and and as as as an an an advocate advocate advocate for for for human human human rights rights rights in in in Congress. Congress. Congress. Debbie Debbie Debbie Elliot. Elliot. Elliot. NPR NPR NPR News News News parts parts parts of of of

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Covid-19 Causes a Seismic Quiet Like No Other

PRI's The World

03:23 min | 2 months ago

Covid-19 Causes a Seismic Quiet Like No Other

"Life has been quieter lately hectic at home. Maybe but you've probably noticed less traffic fewer planes, flying overhead new research published today shows it's not just quieter above ground. Coronavirus lockdown also meant a quieting of seismic noise below ground. The world's Caroline Bieler explains when you think seismic waves, you probably think earthquakes. The tremors caused by tectonic plates, scraping against each other and releasing energy in waves through the Earth's crust, but on a much smaller scale we humans make seismic waves to. From traffic. Lane landing and taking off even lots of US gathering in a stadium. Just have a word for this one. They're called football. Quake's anyway. We mostly stopped leaving home this winter and spring a lot of that seismic noise. It stopped. What we discovered is as lockdown measured. Swear taking place in different countries around the world. That was very clear. Significant decrease seismic knows that's Raphael the plan. A researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico research he co authored was published in the journal Science today, and shows manmade seismic noise dropping up to half globally this spring, so that was very interesting, because it was offering us a very concrete observation of decided of people were staying home as a way to protect the job it. It also presented an opportunity for science. Usually, lots of seismic noise makes it harder for researchers to detect small earthquakes. One of the plans co-authors compared it to trying to hear your phone ring at a rock concert this spring. The background volume got turned down. We each and focus on the natural signals. Trying to detect very small is derived, couldn't be absorbed before with last mount of filtering and processing more like hearing that phone ring in a library deploy, says identifying these earthquakes when it's quiet. Quiet is going to make it easier for scientists to find them again. When all that background noise comes back, scientists across the globe have been making local observations sometimes with small seismometers in their basements since lockdown started McGill University geophysicist Yang. Djing says this study brings those observations together to paint a global picture. She wasn't involved with the research. I think this is so far. The most comprehensive Stati on the global scale I'm very impressed by the scope of the study. It's part of a relatively. Relatively new sub field called social seismology, which finds connections between seismic activity and things like economic growth. This is sort of new direction that part of says Molly, branching into so I think there is a lot of contribution that's as you might be able to make in addition to just looking at the earthquake shaking records in this case, seismologists see the vibrations were making or not, as a gauge of how faithfully we're following doctor's orders to stay close to home for the world. I'm caroline dealer.

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Funeral for Rayshard Brooks to be held at MLK's church

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Funeral for Rayshard Brooks to be held at MLK's church

"Richard Brooks the black man who was fatally shot by a white police officer in Atlanta will be remembered today at the church with the Reverend Martin Luther king junior once preached the slain civil rights leader's daughter Reverend Bernice king plans to deliver remarks at ri chard Brooks's funeral along with a friend of his and his mother in law according to a draft program Revan Raphael Warnick will deliver the eulogy actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry offered to pay for the service officials say Brooks was shot in the back by officer Garrett Ralph who was fired and charged with murder police say the twenty seven year old fell asleep in the Wendy's drive through line and when they tried to arrest him for drinking and driving a scuffle took place he took a taser ran and fired I'm Julie Walker

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Funeral for Rayshard Brooks to be held at MLK's church

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Funeral for Rayshard Brooks to be held at MLK's church

"Richard Brooks the black man who was fatally shot by a white police officer in Atlanta will be remembered today at the church with the Reverend Martin Luther king junior once preached the slain civil rights leader's daughter Reverend Bernice king plans to deliver remarks at ri chard Brooks's funeral along with a friend of his and his mother in law according to a draft program Revan Raphael Warnick will deliver the eulogy actor and filmmaker Tyler Perry offered to pay for the service officials say Brooks was shot in the back by officer Garrett Ralph who was fired and charged with murder police say the twenty seven year old fell asleep in the Wendy's drive through line and when they tried to arrest him for drinking and driving a scuffle took place he took a taser ran and fired I'm Julie Walker

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"raphael" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

03:44 min | 3 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

"And there's also it's pretty amazing that nonetheless, if we have these videos still the white supremacist narrative persist even in an interpretation of the videos, where despite everything that we see that would suggest that this person was killed for no reason or other than you know the fear of the paranoia, the training, the socialization of these police officers are people who are killing. Killing you know these folks, you can still see the the fear driven, and I would argue racist narratives invoices interpreting these videos, saying no that this cop was right in doing that, and you said there's no denying it, but people still employ the racist narratives. The fear driven narratives in their interpretation and understanding of the media that they see, and you can still see like the defense of denial in operation. Such a good point. I am so glad that you cut in on that because I. Just stopped to think about just the words that are often uttered out of our top officials mouth that it's like does not everybody here that or do we see we see interpretations, and the Lens that it goes through, and it still does get interpreted. It's it's really you're right the accurate. They'll minister. The old about the storyteller depends on who's telling the story, and so I think in a lot of those instances is not even about like. Is it rational irrational? It's what is the agenda of the storyteller are the person that is now. And so, if you're agendas, not aligned with whether it's equity, empathy, fairness, or justice, or whatever then you tell the story that fits your agenda and I think sometimes we get lost in trying to interpret it through the lens of rationality as opposed to interpreting through the lens of what's the goal? What's the objective? Because then morality are rationality is not even part of the. Right right screw. You're actually doing. It did the Lens of the body? It isn't rationale. It's what's in our body. What we've been in our own culture, you know. Led to believe and to hold on our body, a black man is somebody that scary or Pollino that then we see that, and we interpret it through that Lens as well as our agenda holder own. For lack of a better word institution is control. Privilege and power courage and power to not experience loss I guess I still would say from my perspective I think there are unconscious and nonverbal narratives as well right for what we were talking about. I think about it from a psychoanalytic psycho dynamic attachment perspective. All of us do have agendas. Of individual agendas which are inherently selfish, just as human beings as we exist, you know from an evolutionary perspective, and also the altruistic and pro social ones as well perhaps I'm a little more cynical or skeptical as a psychoanalytic informed person, but I think overall my perspective and Raphael's like I find despite our theoretical orientation differences or whatever we have the massive amount of lap in. In the way that we see you know the potential for empowerment in the use of hip hop, and just in terms of the life span development aspects, and what I really like about Raphael's model is the way that he talks about these upward trajectories in the narratives of hip hop, continuing on from what we were talking about kind of obvious things happen whether it's technology. covid silences is complicit. The diversity of youth is very important. I think diversity among you..

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Dallas Fed president sees high unemployment rate through end of the year

KYW 24 Hour News

05:13 min | 3 months ago

Dallas Fed president sees high unemployment rate through end of the year

"Robert Kaplan is head of the Dallas federal reserve one of the twelve banks that make up that system good morning to you good morning Margaret Houston is a hot spot as we just heard Saturday marked Texas's highest co that hospitalization rates since this pandemic began the governor that is continuing to reopen businesses elsewhere in the west out in Arizona also seeing some hot spots flare ups governors not requiring people to wear masks as an economist what do you make of these policy choices is it going to impact the economic rebound yes we knew as part of the re opening that we would get more cases the thing we're watching is is is it the other so many cases that as the risk of overwhelming the healthcare system we're not seeing that at all here but but I think what you point out is that the health care response at this point is as important as fiscal or monetary policy and in particular it's critical based on my conversations with epidemiologist the people widely where mass that we have good cop testing and contact tracing and I think the big step we do that well will determine how quickly recover will grow faster if we do those things well and right now it's relatively uneven so that is a false choice the dichotomy between re opening and being able to follow these policy prescriptions I think that's an important point you made that's right that is exactly what I'm saying do you still believe that the national unemployment rate will take up to twenty percent because what we've seen this change in the past few weeks no we're we're on our way down right now so there's some dispute about some of the data but let's say the national unemployment right now the unemployment rate right now if you did it accurately we think is in the mid teens the V. other measures suggest there's even more slack we're going to get positive job growth in June July and from here the issue we have and I think the chairman talked about a few days ago is if we work but even with that growth we're going to end the year with an elevated unemployment rate in that depend on how fast the service sector comes back and people re engage we're still gonna have it on the elevated level of unemployment maybe as high based on my forecast of eighty percent or more and it means that some people won't be able to go back to their old jobs will have to find new jobs and this is why skill training helping people find new jobs is going to be also a big part of this effort and if Congress doesn't renew permit provisions like the federal moratorium on evictions if they don't include the six hundred dollar boost to unemployment when it all expires in July what will be the impact so fiscal policy and and we said this is going to be very important from here monetary policy has a key role to play and we're doing everything we can but we don't make grants at the fed it's going to take continued I think unemployment benefits now they might be restructured to create more incentives for people to go back to work that'll make sense I think benefits to state local governments fiscal policy from here is going to be a critical element of the recovery and by that you mean you're telling Congress that they have to do some work here I want to incur follows the central banker not to tell the fiscal authorities what to do I know I know you are but I would say fiscal policies can be critical from here that I I know why you're using language you are I was just trying to help our audience understand there I'm one of your regional fed presidents from Atlanta Atlanta Raphael Bostic wrote this week that quote systemic racism is a yoke that drags on the American economy this country has both a moral and economic imperative to end these unjust and destructive practices I wonder if you would agree and how you would quantify the cost of the racism is about I would agree you know going into the crisis we've made a big point I'd been working for years that the Dallas fed but across our Federal Reserve System to help improve skills training to improve educational attainment because we strongly believe a more inclusive economy will lead to better growth for years blacks and Hispanics have had an elevated level of unemployment versus whites that started to improve dramatically in the last few years we now take a step back as a result of this crisis but more inclusive economy where everyone has opportunity will mean faster work force growth faster productivity growth and will grow faster and so I I think we're we're right to focus on this and bore in on this it's it's in the interest of the U. S. the fastest growing demographic groups in this country are blacks and Hispanics if they don't participate equally then we're going to grow more

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"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"And ready to go you good for you now. No mean that's a monumental task and that takes a lot of bravery to do what you're doing. Raphael SR drives number four Kanak, Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch. Emma's car truck series Kyle Busch. The bounty one by Chase Elliott now that you're under combat, you've had a couple of races now, Kyle, you know he's a very colorful guy. I think he's the most talented driver in Cup right now and certainly you know. Is it as certain number of demands? Now that you've got a few under your belt, D does more or less leave you alone, or is he quick with pointers? I mean we working for a guy who was so determined does not like losing, and you know we would be fair, no doubt but tell me about the atmosphere of of working with a guy who is so good, who was so determined and would expect that from his drivers are think. For. Sure Buddy. He sees that I I WANNA. Learn I WANNA be a as him on JER and. I mean I. Don't think when you first started racing. Your was the dominating everything and like years right now I think he's gotTa love experience and he got better and better, and you keep getting better. And, hopefully I can do the same I wanna be as good as them and I'm listening to everything. He says I'm asking question and he's A. He's a good teacher like when he sees someone that wants to learn that and is willing to put the effort. I think he likes it. So Word Yeah. I'm just trying to to listen to everything he says asks questions. Look at his videos and I mean we talk with each other at and my teammates finicky got a bit more experienced than me in the truck series, and after the race. We all sit down together well. We weren't not together now. 'cause it's with the. Things happening. We were on the phone altogether. And Yup Yup and we gotta talk about the race. Scouts talk about what he was doing a Christian talk about what he was doing and same for me and I kind of ask him question how to better and fill like if I could go back there this year again feel like we.

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"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Was kind of the. You know you the the words roll off your tongue real easy, but you're only eighteen. They know for most eighteen year olds, or maybe the listeners remembering back to when they were teenager. Getting in there and feel like that at a track, you're not used to with forty other trucks going over one hundred and eighty miles an hour. How do you fight it off that that's not intimidating custom. Most people listening to that Raphael much embarrass. You believe me I. Just it just seems to me the way I just gotTa Strap in get in. In there and do it. I mean that you know. Get thrown to the wolves, sometimes as the way you gotTa do, but right I mean. How do you not get I? mean are your legs shaken, are you? Are You, are you? You can't be nervous. You can't be scared, maybe you are. How do you? How do you deal with all that pressure? Our all I was thinking even the wig race. All I was thinking if Charter Charter and The restart the first few laps. All I was thinking is was the first few laps. Alright, always gonna be and trying to. Put in my head and. It's just the study a lot of deals, but it was for sure more stressful than usual 'cause. Usually you got practice and it's all your your fat and you know you got it. Now you know. If you chuck was good, so it was a pretty stressful, but my legs were shaking was more in my stomach. was kind of a turning and. Upside down. You want the green flag drop our all votive.

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"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Coast to coast in Canada across North America and around the globe on the World Wide Web this is race line on the line radio network presented by Subaru and race line is driven by the twenty thousand Subaru Wrx wrx sti the typical sports cars by the Subaru Ers Ed. The tenable sports car. That's fun to drive, and by general tire anywhere is possible. It's another Subaru candidate presentation of your national. National Radio Motorsport Authority. Though race lying radio network I'm Eric Thomas hosted anchor, still working in the home studio will Weber our supreme, commander and race. Line Master Control Jerry Lewis Yanga with pre production. Josh Santos still till lowering the network for us this week. The very latest in nineteen effect on our sport as this virus is still hot, we have latest news around the pandemic. NASCAR trucks this season, very. Very special, because for the very first time we have a couple of Canadian drivers churning in a major NASCAR touring series. We have a two part interview with SARS yourself to boost Quebec's teen sensation Raphael Lazard, driving a truck for Kyle Busch Rave tells us it's a relief to get back on track at one. It's like to work for a boss who absolutely hates to lose plus we have a few. Few more entries and comments for the Subaru Race Slimy mailbag Trivia contest. Your chance at the grand prize pack in the race rap news cars back at Texas. Lewis upset what's happening around the Georgia Floyd uproar and Avalon has their first eight nailed down on the schedule so race fans everywhere powerful sport powerful radio with her twenty eight year on the air across Canada, this is the race line radio network. This is Joseph Garden and you're listening to race line radio..

"raphael" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

15:43 min | 4 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"We've been rather short of good news recently on the weekend art but we begin this week with the story. That's prompted a lot of joy among art lovers the once in a Lifetime Exhibition of works by Raphael at the scooter. Rear Kitty Nali in Rome. Which only open for three days before being closed due to covid. Nineteen in March will reopen on the second of June and run for three months until the thirtieth of August. The show is the jewel in the crown of the celebrations across Europe and the US marking the five hundredth anniversary of Raphael's death age. Thirty seven famously. If perhaps inaccurately because of exhaustion caused by night of excessive sex with Margarita Lucci or laugharne arena one of his most famous portrayed. The Rome Exhibition begins with Rafael Death. Moves back in time includes works online for fifty two museums and galleries including the Louvre in Paris. The Prada Madrid a National Gallery in London National Gallery of art in Washington. Dc. And the feats he gallery in. Florence which is lent fifty works including paintings drawings and sculptures all. The museums have agreed to leave their works in Rome until the end of August. Cheering -Ly Mattioli from Coney Director of the scooter. Edict clearly said that there's a new sense of community in the museum world. Everyone is feeling the only way to get out of the crisis. Together is to al-roa in the same direction. I spoke to Hugo Chapman. The keeper of prints and drawings at the British Museum and Rafael specialist about the artist fame has somewhat unfairly been eclipsed by Leonardo and his great rival Michelangelo. He go in civilization. Kenneth Clarke says that Raphael was prima harmonize her and that made him less suitable for our current age than other renaissance painters artists. What do you make of that? Is he more suitable for our age? Now Clark have a point. I think Kenneth Clarke definitely had a point in that Rafah's extraordinary meteoric success Does not kind of accord with our sense of of how artistic careers should be the troubled Michelangelo Forever Brooding and falling out with people or the Raleigh consulate tree and mysterious genius of Leonardo. I think hold much more facination than Rafael. Who was born in court and from a very early age understood how courts and powerful men worked and SORTA work system extraordinarily successfully and then it goes died relatively young thirty seven So he didn't have the struggle that we like But having said that I still think the more one knows about Rafael one does realizes is incredible autistic mind the that underlies his amazing success. I think that's right and certainly. That's my impression from everything I read is that is that you know. He's he's one of the great polymath isn't here. I mean we think of Leonardo is a great polymath but reptile himself turned his mind. He's talents to so many different disciplines. He did although having said that. That was rene sauce where there was no training to be laissez an architect you just you just sort of to to stonemasons and and you learn how to do it I mean to some degree. He was less of a polymath in some of his contemporary. Sir I mean. Everybody was less of a polymath. Leonardo of course And he was extremely brilliant architect although very little of his architecture survives he was. He tried his hand. Poetry With I don't think great success because whether that was sort of because Lear Michelangelo was was very good poet But I think above all he was he was a great painter was certainly more than Michelangelo. Who who who did paint Barat kind of grudgingly. He was was always Michelangelos school tour. I think what well Rafael can do in paint. is still one of the most Thrilling things both in oil paint and also in FRESCA. He really is technically absolutely brilliant and concert. Turn his hand to everything and is much more sort of varied in his output. And are there are beautiful landscapes is great portraitist You know big sort of historical dramas and in a way that I think Leonardo and and and Mike Lynch Lendu really can't match. Let's talk a bit about about his origins. As you said he was born. Essentially at his father was a court painter. How much did he learned from his father? How and how quickly did he surpass him? Well of course. His father isn't around for for very long but I mean everything that we know about. Rafal is it. He's a frighteningly quick learner. He absorbed sings at an amazingly rapid rate And I'm sure you know. He took on his father's mantelet a very early age. He he kind of understood what his father's art was about and then very swiftly kind of surpass it and look for other models but I think that court training in beano which was a very sophisticated humanistic court the Rafah's Z's with mixing with a people socially much hira up up the pecking order and his ability to talk to to literary men. All of that came out of his training in being so I think it was a kind of ideal place for a future world beater to be born so he was very lucky in that respect. Obviously not so lucky that his father died and his father to be. Frank wasn't a great a great painter. He's more famous for his his poetic Kind of biographies of of artists of his time. But you know he was a perfectly. Decent Artists who Rafael would have learnt the basics of. But I didn't think Giovanni Santi even his greatest Mara would not put him amongst the Pantheon of great for Nissan's artists and that precociousness referrals was extraordinary because he was a master basically before he was in his twenties. Yes I mean he you know he's he was. I think he you know he's one of those artists who who kind of realized his amazing talented. He had this sort of searching intelligence and desire to move. I mean Beano is anybody who's been there is rather difficult place to get to even now It's not the center of anything and I think. Rafael quickly saw that If he was going to make his way He needed to leave. Be No and And then he spends time in an umbrella him improve GER which is a much bigger place on a place where he can learn more from from From from Pera Gino and others And then you know he then move onto Florence and then to Rome. He's you know he's somebody who's always interested in in looking around and saying what's the most interesting artistic trends and wanting to be there to learn from it. I mean if you Michelangelo and I can't help thinking Michelangelo. On his sort of Mount Olympus cloud wherever grey his go must be laughing himself fit to bus that poor raffles celebrations fifteen. Twenty eight of being completely over turned by Covid Because because Michelangelo Hated Rafeh with a kind of intensity that I think appropriate Jersey even in in the in the next world. Can you explain why because there's obviously complex but why did Michael android hate? Refer so much while it's I think it was based on Michelangelo. Feeding the Rafal had looked at his art and kind of stolen His style you know. He says one of his letters. Everything that Rafal highs he has for me I think is true But Michelangelo kind of addressed sees only his own art there. I mean what's as as you began said what Raff are supremely skilful at is taking taking aspects of of lots of different artists. Molding it into an individual. Very personal style. It's not all for Michelangelo for Michelangelo's particular perspective. That's the way he saw it And yes and Rafeh was tremendously successful. Rafael is ascendant in Rome. The young artists coming to Rome. And in the end. Lear the tenth combat. They're kind of in a war between the two of Florida up for these two artists. And he sends Michelangelo Back to Florence to work MEDICI projects and there is Rafael at a very young age. He is the top artists in Rome which means he's the top artists in Europe so it is an incredible success. You know we. We have very little in terms of documentation to show what. Rafael is doing behind the scenes but once suspects you that he was sort of talking to the right the right cardinal at the right time he was very good at playing politics in a way that. Michelangelo wasn't because for so he says that this is the thing about Rafa referrals. He just seems an almost like a perfect human. In sense of he's got he's got this extraordinary courtly manner you know he's he's an impeccable man. He's incredibly witty. This is good looking. He's he's witty. Yes I remember the other side. I think you can see him and I think one of one of the things that Thome Henry and Caroline Carol Platt Salsa did in the National Gallery show which was involved in was to kind of suggests that actually there's an athlete ruthless side of Rafah. He moves in and he then becomes whether it's in Arruda he sort of moves in as he does in Rome and and sort of becomes the top artists. And I kind of you know very sort of Cuckoo. Like way he's sort of comes in and you think. Oh there's poor Rafael. He's just a little sort of young provincial artists and by God. He's sued he. He's he's he's taken over all the plum commissions and he's forced you out so I mean there is. There is a ruthless as about Rafael. And I think he's the brilliant Rafal is that he sees that in order to succeed in that he has to have a really really productive and brilliant artistic studio behind him and this is the difference between him and Michelangelo. Michelangelo always surrounds himself until right to the end of his life where he changes his spots to a degree. But he's he really is so paranoid he surrounded himself by artistic nonentities because he's so why are they going to steal ideas from him? Rafael is so supremely confident of his own skills. That he hired. He's very very young. Very talented Giulio. Romano Penny Perino Varga Who are really really top rate artisan and have distinguished careers in their own right but as Rafael at the center of the artist's studio in Rome. Who is making them work And produce work in his style and he's amazingly productive whether it's cartoon designed whether it's architecture whether it's tapestries. He's he just sort of covers the whole lot and I think that sort of entrepreneurial spirit of Rafah the idea of sitting at the center of his judo being this sort of chief designer of a variety of different lines Is is very modern and I think Rafael would be. If he was alive today I would be sort of a film director at the same time is he's right here novel etc etc. He just. He was just extraordinarily creatively. Brilliant aunt and sort of understood how production worked Gonna. That's the thing is ultimately he's brilliant. He's what got him all those commissions because if I mean is is utterly extraordinary that he hasn't really done any significant public commission before he took on the standard which are one of the greatest works of all time so it seems to me that yes he could. He could have been as charming as they liked. But if he didn't back it up with this unbelievable brilliance. Then it wouldn't. It wouldn't have mattered. No I think that's very true. I mean I think the problem. Both of Leonardo and of of Michelangelo to an extent is is is the delivery breath. I mean they the ideas. They were as brilliant as as as anyone who's ever been in terms of ideas but often in the in the delivery because both in a sense quite solitary and light to kind of produce their own work Meant that their production was was quite limited That wasn't the case of Rafael. He he he learned to to get a very productive studio Producing work follow following his drawings and drawings was absolutely fundamental to Rafael. I mean and I mean for me. I mean the reason why I'm working in the British Museum. I mean sons bit kind of weird to say but it is because Rafah because when I was at university studying ruffle I find him. This is back to kind of spotty. Nineteen year old Hugo I found RAFFLE IS PAINTED. Really quite difficult to get my head. And I didn't find him very sympathetic. He seemed to perfect to idealized too so rarefied but but when Through the the the call set the then Westfield College and University College we were taken to look at joins. The Menashe met at the ash million Byron suddenly another aspect to Rafael. Came out this extraordinary mind. The way that he's pushing himself through drawing to analyze to understand how the work of Michelangelo and Leonardo much much more sophisticated than him when he comes to Florence. How he uses join to kind of what they're doing and then to kind of absorb it into his own style to me that was just a revelation is suddenly. I could see this amazing mind work. Which anybody looking at a drawing by RAFAEL CONC- Incredible creativity you he. He I mean what the difference is that Rafah then goes onto use those drawings to actually produce work software with my cleanser and Leonardo. They've produced wonderful joins but it doesn't actually materialized into a finish work whereas Rafael is absolutely bent on producing from this drawing. I will then go into painting. I'm going to produce. And that is why he so loved by patrons because on the whole if he said he was going to produce on the view heap actually did produce it So that's that's quite a killer Combo. That's one of the wonderful things isn't it?.

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Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving of Toyota Racing Development's TD2 driver development program

NASCAR on NBC

05:22 min | 4 months ago

Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving of Toyota Racing Development's TD2 driver development program

"Now. Let's get to part two of our conversation with Tyler Gibbs and Jack Irving just this I want to give you guys a chance to put some names with some faces here people who are listening. We've mentioned Christopher Bell. You guys mentioned Harris and Burton. I was reading a motorsports analytics story today in which Jack was quoted very highly on Chandler. Smith just wanted to give you a chance to tell us a little about. Who'S IN THE LINEUP? Right now and we're the names. We should be watching it from the Toyota racing development driver program. So it's funny. I think we have some remarkable kids coming up of all different ages all different ranges But it's still development like Chandler. Smith is is a gifted driver. I mean in in we've been with Chandler for three or four years i. I don't remember how long it's been a few years. He's been fantastic. He's always been a strong late model. Racer Kinda in his family team was was quite gifted enabled to kind of compete at a very young age with some very high level guys in racing and then he transferred that into Arca adventuring end and has been fantastic and the more he matures the better. He gets Which is really exciting. He's similar to like a younger Jones in that respect where he's young and been around it and he seemed so much older in a car and so much more mature in so that is translated into the truck races he ran last year and and I have some pretty high expectations of him as he does of themselves but he's definitely one of our up and comers that is on the young side mean seventeen and still developing and then obviously there's the Raphael Lazard the neckaces that we've been with for quite a while and I think most people know of Kazan truck races now. That were pretty happy about. And then there's there's lots of kids that we actively engage with and develop in all different areas were lucky not geographically focused either because we have teams all over the place and that's helped us engage with maybe some kids we probably wouldn't necessarily always get access to so there's some good kids in California. There's kids racing for Keith in Indiana. There's just there's just a lot of strong drivers out there the thing that's so interesting though. Is that their kids and kids. You never know what's going to happen so it's still development. I mean it's it's People. WanNa say whatever they want to say about how what what it takes to make it? But they're a work ethic focused drive a passionate WanNa do it is all super important to to make it and at some point maintaining that from fourteen fifteen. Sixteen seventeen is very very difficult to do. Know we can talk about it all the time about being focused in wanting it and all that but the proof is in Monday through Friday. And how hard? They're working what they're doing and to to be on top of their game and and for whatever reason at times that lapses and you know you could take a great kid who's Fourteen Jesse. Love is a kid we've been with since he was twelve. I think thirteen stupid. How young that was East we're really excited about him and you know then. There's kids like Geo celts. Who came out of nowhere in dirt and had outlawed program in in our racing with us and pavement. That's a little bit kind of a different road that he traveled and then we have Holly Holland and Greasy Trotter. Who really come aboard and done a really good job in kind of in all of our testing have looked quite good still have a lot of development to do. You know there's there's kids we lost Based on Ford coming in that is painful to so. There's I think there's a lot of good crop of young kids coming out racing and as long as they all continue to work hard developing keep good people around him then hopefully we'll see him down the road. We really good group. We have a good team of kids. it's exciting to them kind of interact with each other watch the quote unquote older kids. Who may not actually be older but have been in higher level than others and back and forth and so he has Jackson. We're really excited about about our kids. You mentioned most of the ones I attend to hit their Jesse loved Yosemite. I think Logan. Cv also part of the lineup. I believe I mean so. Logan was Logan is not as involved now. We still are working through some things to see if there's ways to work together it's just difficult to the process is difficult and how everybody fits in where they go. I mean Logan is ridiculously talented. I mean it's it's just finding the path and making it work is always hard. You know I mean you look at the McNally Lineup or venturing lineup with I mean. You have Corey Haim and drew dollar and Michael Self Austin Hills Rachel H at hr e and in. He's ridiculously good. And He's twenty four with two kids for God's sake so I mean it's awesome right. I mean in in in in Austin Hugely Involved Maximum Laughlin with with a jury in there. There is an amazing group of kids in. What's interesting is we're kind of lucky. We have some really driven dedicated guy who want participate and show up every day. And I mean that's what's crazy about the performance central a lot of those that we talked about minus the group their local to North Carolina. Right you get into dirt kids in our dirt. Kids are Cap. GotTa be the younger kids we've ever had consistently with Daisin Ken McIntosh and Buddy I mean it. Just these they're all babies right in and so they're and they're out. There racing are trying to raise eighty times a year. I mean it's it's just an amazing amazing situation but I think we've been very lucky. I mean part of it is. I think what we've done is a little bit different and and our teams of Baden in. That's been a big part of it. That's it goes back to what I said before. The integration of the teams is pretty special and something. I think I'm probably most proud about. Is that all those teams engage in actively discuss things with each other to try to help develop the drivers.

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Once taboo, investors begin to imagine negative U.S. rates

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Once taboo, investors begin to imagine negative U.S. rates

"Stories the federal reserve isn't anticipating the use of negative rates have been tried in Europe and Japan Chicago fed president Charles Evans saying at best we have to study it more but I don't doesn't dissipate that being a tool that we would use in the U. S. Atlanta fed president Raphael Bostic also went on to say the idea of negative rates was further than what I am ready to contemplate right now Bostick adding that the fed officials of both said old tools would be considered in a crisis in the center back would not take any potential remedy off the

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Innovation and the Clich

LensWork

09:35 min | 4 months ago

Innovation and the Clich

"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing

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"raphael" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"You that I respect so much is how prolific you've been be it solo did in group functions beat producing other people songwriting. I mean it's incredible like just how much output you've had. I mean the beginning of this interview. Jim was talking about how influential you have been on. Rb Sound in the past thirty years. I think sometimes people don't even realize because they don't have this twelve inch single with all of the liner notes on to see you know all the different things that you've done. Some time are forget. You know things that I did because I have this thing to to put my head down and just work and to balloon just to create and keep learning from different people. So I think that's why and I'm not like you said I'm not that I'm not that vocal I don't see myself as being a very quiet person but my friend said well you sort of. Are you GONNA vocals? You think but I felt like when I do speak speak with music so you know what I'm talking about. You've you've won enough grammy's and know that kind of La in for Grammy's just four people with that. But have I haven't really WANNA you've been in proximity enough enough CRABBIE's I've been in a room right. I I've been in room and I I sorta like it that way Obviously to be honest. I like to be branded as Raphael's not as Grammy Award winning right right right. That's all BS anyway. But I'm a what am I. There are so many songwriters and producers who walk around with their resume. Pass crowing about it all the time one of the things. I WanNa talk to you about it. As as working with other artists is the diversity in the range..

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Indian Wells tennis postponed after coronavirus confirmed

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

00:18 sec | 6 months ago

Indian Wells tennis postponed after coronavirus confirmed

"Share the BNP Paris tennis at Indian Wells is one of the bigger tournaments of the year it's two weeks along its men and women Raphael the Dow's get rid of whether Novak Djokovic Serena Williams it has been canceled there is a case of coronavirus in the area they rejected the idea of planes with no

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Boston: Coronavirus Fears Force 19 Newton Students To Stay Home After Italy Trip

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Boston: Coronavirus Fears Force 19 Newton Students To Stay Home After Italy Trip

"A group of high school students in Newton have been told to stay home after a recent trip to Italy and in Rhode Island dozens of students there who were also in Italy are being monitored as well W. B. C.'s Laurie Kirby with this story this morning good morning good morning Jeff the Rhode Island department of health says a teen tested positive for the corona virus along with an adult who is resting at home this morning with mild symptoms also a man in his forties all three went on a trip to Italy organized by St Raphael academy which will be closed for the rest

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"raphael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

08:18 min | 10 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"In that video. Nah No no. No no no no wrong so I mean so working with people. I'm saying we don't don't really think about who we are in that whole essence of music. We're trying to make people that came before us if they see us at St James Recipes. When I saw James I want him to say you? Okay not in dope good or anything. I just want him to. I say I I hear you. And that's what they all did. None of them said I was great. None of them said I was. They was all like this. I'll see you. Well you spend so much your career making that kind of feel good music and I think that's what is so shocking talking about this album in a good way because it is so personal it is so vulnerable. And you know you you let us in in a way where I feel like the album is expressing of family. But it's also about us you know it's about America especially this era but I'm curious. Why do you feel like you were making feel good music to remedy the trauma that you had experienced or were you in some ways maybe even trying to run away from it Maybe we don't you know we don't get therapy so true you know folks it's supposed to write. Yeah I lost my brother. One of my brothers committed suicide. He's well he's two years old enemy so he was in between my brother. Dwayne Dwayne his other member. Tony Tony Tony Then Unequally Sofa. My Dad's house like shot himself a double barrel shotgun. My brother call me like desma killed himself. And I'm like what so then we go to the house. Listen My dad is the police took my dad and because they thought maybe maybe he did but it was no way that could ever happen. They brought him home and then they took my brother out in this look like a hefty garbage bag because it was nothing left really. This is all gone so I watched the corner. Just walk out his bag and then. My sister looked at me and disclosing like I told her to get his life and it was. It was weird because he he he was addicted to didn't like it he couldn't kick it and he fought like you will look at this family. Who so lay peachy clean? But he can't. I can't stop so on. My Dad was like heating coil. You could call people to clean up the mess Muhdad. So let's clean up. We cleaned up me and my brother in Ima- day like we were picking up pieces of skull like off the groom and I did that for like maybe like two hours hours Wash Brags and my dad owns like these businesses apartments one of his environments. I think you're right. I just ran ran. I just dove into the music kept playing and it just kept at Nellis lost my first brothers seven seven. He was murdered by my sister's boyfriend. Different no seven. I remember my dad saying like these people are not your friends in my brother. My brother look like me and he just looked at my dad and let you know Oh man smiled and my dad and I'm sitting on the passenger side in. I'll watch it from this weekend so next week. He was dead. And so for Mapping Apple and I was always listening to parents. You know just Just under think I was running. I think I was. The neighborhood was Kinda liked it. Also I wasn't the only we want. You couldn't shake off like that. I think as I got older and I started making music. I always liked it. You kind of wish you had those people in your life like you know just awesome. Happy Hour we're GONNA have a beer with your brother's like come on. I got this this down so here we can go enjoyed so when I when I don't have that you know all those brothers and my sister in the car accident I think I did just Dallas music therapy before I even before or even figure that out. I think I'd probably figured it out on this record when people start asking me questions about what it is like. Maybe that's why. Oh I can't be like super self does in about being an artist is produced like Salon de Ngelo so I mean who cares I I mean I did it. It came out good. I'm excited about I'm happy For the most part you know I'm like I'm really was trying to make my father. Yeah they're happy at Emma. MOM would you call this album. An album for men hired in an interview that you kind of talked about it in those terms. Is it in some ways. The compensation the brothers who've lost or is it more so just about being able to talk about a lot That stop there. We traditionally in in our community. You haven't really had professionals to talk to you about yeah watches for like. I'm not a real peers. People think quiet. I'm the far from quiet but I just I'm just not around you know I'm just not like super don't know what it is. I'm not I'm not seeing I'm loud. We're mad my friends would be like quite far from quiet but I think this album. I talk a lot and I express myself a lot in the thing everybody body else's therapist so when you hear like songs like this world is strong. I'm talking about people that I know in. The story is very very true. Story you you take so much in you gotta you gotTa get it out. You just can't keep it in you know so I couldn't keep singing about love you baby turn up Carman's and I needed to say some- then I'm very happy to people are really listening to album like this. You know at this time. You're aware I'm curious. How your peers are responded? I I read one interview you said when Kendrick put out the pimple butterfly album you cinematheques saying thank you for taking the team. Yeah Yeah and you know I feel like so many people in his generation the musicians you know on the sole side especially in hip they follow your leader acquired leader in a way. So I'm curious. Like how have they been reacting to you taking his on his own so far I mean you know people you know people tax a lot of different hardest tax music. Thank yous beautiful record a lot of support from younger and older artists. Everybody's GonNa come for me. Abbas trying to learn the song so I can actually you know seeing them but the road artists over now remember the words and you know my brother and my brother said he said. I don't really have that enthusiasm in a studio like that. Like you know like him. Will I still got it. I still WANNA be like one of the dolphins kind of Lake Lake artists. Who who take a chance of making people sing a new song after they make music for close to thirty years? It's hard to do that. People don't really want to hear here new music when you got a song just me you are anniversary. I can't even sing all my songs I can't. I can't even go to shows and sing the songs people when people like screaming. It's like songs in Europe. I like I said I need to bring a jukebox on stage in the songs. I can't play at you. Think I'm just GonNa actually just press play where people kind of like I don't know how I just don't see. I'm I'm really shocked about my whole career really got slapped. People say Raphael sitting is the most left on artists. I slept on myself to say how how we read this. All the time ago lagging slept up slept left on. I mean 'cause I 'cause I ain't talking about only slept on now. They know all we know they. No no no no everybody rob you give it up his mind homework uh-huh..

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"raphael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

09:18 min | 10 months ago

"raphael" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"For NPR music. I'm Rodney Carmichael with the special edition of all songs considered SA- conversation with Raphael's D.C. This is the longtime artist and producer. Sir Former Tony Tony Tony Front man who actually returned to the tiny disc. After ten years for this year's tiny desk I this was a sweet half afoul said. He put on it included songs from his new album. Jimmy Lee which is named after the brother that he actually lost to drug addiction. Raphael Sadique brought a super tight band with him and he also brought another young soul talent. singer-songwriter Lucky Day who joined Rossio for some songs and actually performed two of his own now after the sit Raphael and we talked about the inspiration behind this album and a small warning for listeners. This and really sensitive subject matter here Especially when Raphael talks about suicide but it's also part of really. What makes this album? Jimmy Lee special. I mean he pulls so much truth from a lot of this tragedy that he's experienced then we started off our conversation explaining why his brother. Jimmy's addiction never stopped him from looking up to his brother. Brother in many ways is fourteen kids first of all okay. So I'm the youngest boy younger sister it so everybody was pretty much has gone like when I was a mistake. Child my dad's so everybody was pretty much out of the house so when people came back to the House I was super excited sided so you could have been on crack or whatever. I was happy to see his clean. Jimmy came over. I was as happy. Hey you know you get into to. A fight is no brothers at the house to help with the fights. You ought to go out there fight by yourself. Your mother look outside. You know you're out there fighting no brothers running out up and you do it. So we'll Jimmy. Had this relationship where I don't really know how much he knew about my music. He knew that I was putting our records but he wasn't really concerned. Any A who I was as a art sees my brother and I realized that after he was gone I was like he didn't really know like. Where were you when your career when he oh I had like he? Lucy pro was out over the tonys to play Presen- shih-li gone says eighteen. I I left the house in seventeen gone. I never got a chance to talk to him about By his addiction. What's that like being in our family in having an addiction? Can you come over. Everybody knows that you're like strung out in. We never had that conversation so I wasn't trying to make this sort of out in this kind of album images I just went down rabbit hole and then I was like. Am I really doing this when people used to listen to me seem like love saw so song. soulful songs are not just went down his rabble and it was. It was hard to talk about it. First because I realized I was really talking about my brother. And then he he has a son who like my son and you know didn't have to play the record for him because I'm basically talking about his dad. So how did play director for him. In we we saw had a moment. I played the record. He studios kind of sitting here and sitting here. I was at the board I played it and then I look back in. He was looking comic. You both start tearing up a little bit audition are GonNa be that easy to to do perform so but now I'm for for my mom is. I've didn't see any of this coming bombs to see this album with her son. Who says Jimmy Lee when everybody looked at him so bad she gets to see his name name all over the place on TV everywhere? So I I'm really happy about that. I just I didn't see that coming anyway. We think Raphael's I mean you soundtrack you know some of our best best times of our lives not Tony Tony Tony Anniversary volume solo albums. It's just me and you and you know love songs. Why would you say it took you so long to get to this point where you could tell this specific store? I always feel like the records that liking loving you know like you know people like Donny. Hathaway and Maurice Wider is when the fire Stevie wonder all these people people are saying. I'm like I don't think I took myself serious. Because they were so good in a way. You can't be like Stevie Parle you not GonNa Sing Donny. Hathaway so do not take yourself series. I think it's time to be like okay. Okay Sam somebody right now. I'm such a fan of music. Uh when I walk on my house as a kid when I see people I I was the people that are real people watch it Kinda loved everybody when I seen people in the street like like homeless people. Or if I've seen older lady walking on the street she likes eight years old and she has kids and she's walk from the bus stop. I always wondered like why the Old Lady Walking from the bus. I wasn't her case. Picking her up they got I see them driving like BMW's advisors owned eighty. I was always I think all of that is Emma Music. That's why I was making sounds like you know. Anniversary wasn't married and have nobody to have an anniversary. I just felt like somebody had one. Okay songs talk about me and the kids disappoint. I'll have no kid.

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"raphael" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"raphael" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

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"raphael" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"raphael" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

"Coming up did he know before he approached this chemical that that was gonna be the determining factor for his life that he was never gonna be able to get out of it and i always wondered that about a lot of people you seen so many people walk into rapid fire in but they see everybody else falling down this doing it and why why. Why would you do it in last week's episode. We shared our listener crystal story about going through her son stillbirth. We also created a spreadsheet where you can share the things you've watched. Read done or listen to if you've been through pregnancy lost to and it's been amazing watching this spreadsheet get filled in in the weak week sense several of you recommended the book. It's okay that you're not okay bye. Megan divine crystal suggested the documentary. Don't talk about the baby. Another listener said planting a tree as type of memorial helped her. We also got several emails from listeners. One named lindsay emailed about choosing to have an an abortion at twenty three weeks because her child had been diagnosed with severe brain abnormalities. This kind of loss is grossly misunderstood. She wrote an the added. We make the choice to protect our children to take their future pain on as our own. If you've been through any kind of pregnancy or infant loss sure what's helped you on our spreadsheet. You can find it at death. Sex money dot org slash pregnancy loss on the next episode. I talked with a husband and wife have been married for more than fifty years about falling in love parenting together and crossdressing. There was probably the rough his time in marriage. I wanna camera publicly. I felt like it was choice and i didn't really understand. It didn't understand why he couldn't just normal and i want to remind you that we're only able to make this show because listeners have pitched in to help pay for it. If you haven't yet please join your fellow listeners. Go to death sex money dot org slash donate if breath sex and money is a nice thing in your life. Please support it and help us continue to be there for you. Go to death sex money dot org slash donate eight or text. The letters d. s. m. to the number seven. Oh one oh one. Thank you so much. Death sex and money is supported by common bond and sometimes student loan debt make. It seem like you can't live life to the fullest. If you're missing out because of debt there are ways you can take control refinance your student loans owns with common bond and they were placed your old loans with a single smarter one so that you can save money every month or pay off your student debt more quickly since your financial needs are unique. Take common bond has flexible plans along with award winning customer service. Also you can live your life even with student loans see what's possible at common in bonn dot c._o. Slash freedom hello podcast listeners if you're a woman and you've ever considered making your own podcast or if you do make podcasts tests or if you think about podcasts or if you're starting a podcast you should come to work it. W._n._y._c.'s podcast festival for women the smartest women in podcasting. We'll be sharing how they come up with story ideas how they make money podcasting and how you can do it too. It's all happening on october. Third and fourth in los angeles register now at work at festival dot com. That's w. e. R. k. it festival dot com. Hey.

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"raphael" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"raphael" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

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"raphael" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"raphael" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"That's all coming up on sound opinions. You are listening to sound opinions and later in the show. We're gonna share some of our favorite musical. Cameos instances were a short appearance by guest artists elevates the song to when you level but first let's review. Some new music never come home muscle. A certain passed it into that is a little bit of so ready from raphael city city. The first album in eight years greg one of the most important if underappreciated artists in our in be over the last several several decades first emerged in the mid eighties as a driving force in the old school soul arm be ban tony tony tony <hes> <hes> a great old school rb band taking the classic roots of that sound into a new era <hes> struck out as a solo artist <hes> thereafter probably the most critically acclaimed album the way i see it in two thousand eight but he's also always been a songwriter and producer refer other greats and this list is just astounding stevie wonder joss stone <hes> jay z solange whitney a houston mary j. blige ca lease and vogue my god he's been everywhere even a christmas album for john legend now after a very long long break eight years as i said he is back with a new solo album the album is named jimmy lee after one of rafael cdc four siblings who died tragically young jimmy baker overdosed in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s after contracting h._i._v. and doing time in prison. All of those four siblings died early. Tragic deaths raphael has has been surrounded by this cloud of of grief his whole life and he is now addressing it on this album. Let's play a track and we will come back and give our opinions on jimmy lee this the song sinner's prayer by raphael cdc on sound opinions eight millimeters and mack was goes <unk> aim denmark dome gun and follow me with a lower it turns. I'm from china again. <hes> they go s- <hes> see this fag. I don't know i'm not guilty. The most i can see in the right place ace been when i say may kid a sin uh we in this area and do his kim you. May i mean girls. The bet is sinner's prayer from the new raphael saddiq record jimmy lee you can tell from that song raphael raphael siddique's broaching some new territory here honestly and lyrically there is no album that precedes him in his entire the vast catalog that resembles this one you know some longtime fans maybe taken aback soulful retro kind of feel that he was able to bring to even the most contemporary track that he made isn't so much there anymore <hes> but what he has replaced it with is a new level of autobiographical mike graphical detail and just drenching this record in atmosphere. It's like he's channeling ghosts. You mentioned the four siblings that have died..

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"raphael" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"raphael" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Bumps a recording studio on near times near near in the new york library down the block from the new york library and after we do all the lines the guys who were who were behind this in i think if i remember correctly the creator of the series raphael bob watts burt was the was the i also elephant think of him as bob raphael westberg or bob wexford raphael 'cause he's has three sort of interchangeable names and i just like okay that was great and he goes listen let me ask a question when you were doing the news if you had been an actual wale and i'm thinking okay where we going with this if you were been an actual whale and gotten so angry during one of your commentaries that you just had to let out a kind of rage phil scream through your blowhole what do you think that would sound like i said well you know if i got ten dollars every time i got is that question i would be you know very very rich man rather than just a very rich man and he said he said any chance you could do it and went i'll do it i said i don't wanna i don't wanna hear it on ringtone something but i'll do let's see so for a couple of minutes i did these wild tracks this making this kind of high pitch anger sound as loud as i could through my nose and i'm listening back on headphones to them in los angeles just gonna busting up at the sound i went do i ever have to do this again they went no we think we have enough so i it's been my privilege to be associated with that thing and and it's you know before it was i can literally say i think i was the first guest star i mean i think there was a patent oswald was already.

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