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Fresh update on "york" discussed on WGR Programming
"Finals. He lost to the Mavs in the series in 2011. Exactly what Miami needs specifically regarding the injury, but that we've talked about ad nauseum game to Friday. You can get all the coverage you need right here on ESPN radio. So while the Lakers make quick work of Miami, the Yankees took their sweet time closing out their wild card series against Cleveland. It didn't come without excitement. And a young right hander will fire in on a swing and a high fly ball left field that Steve, that is way back. There. It is way gone, that is a grand Slam. Geo or Shelagh, with an absolute monster shot cleans him off. But the New York Yankees who come right back as you expect they would with a bomb and they have taken the lead. 5 to 4, Speaking of coming right back. That's exactly what the tribe did in the bottom of the eighth pitches swung on is a fly ball lofted into left coming on Gardner that's going to drop in for a base hit here comes to shields trying to score. He will he cross his own plate. The throw is cut and the Indians air back in front 9 to 8 in the eighth inning. The final fourth in the back and forth was off the bat of D. J. Lo Mayhew for the Yankees and the pitch swing and a ground ball up the middle that's going to get through for a base hit. Here comes another run in to score. It's her shell and the Yankees have the lead 10 to 9. And why not close this thing on out with the man that can throw some heat to Tuan away? Check swing. Did he go? Hey went that is a swing and a miss Strike three. They appealed to the first base umpire that is a swing and a miss. This one is finally over, and a New York Yankees have eliminated the Cleveland Indians. They sweep them too straight. And advance to the division. Siri's against Tampa Bay. Aroldis Chapman on the mound there, ESPN radio on the call 10 9. Your final The Pinstripes will take on the Rays in the divisional series as they mentioned their Yankees are a team that some folks just love to hate, aren't they? Feels like everybody. Just flat out hates the Astros. Regardless, Houston won their wild card. Siri's in Minnesota. Here's the pitch he drives. This went.
Man on motorcycle sought by New York PD for stray bullet shooting that killed Queens mom
"Search is on for two men wanted in connection with the death of of a a woman woman in in Jackson Jackson Heights Heights struck struck in in the the head head after after a a stray stray bullet bullet came came flying flying into into her her bedroom bedroom Wednesday Wednesday morning. morning. The The police police need need the the public's public's help help in in finding finding the the killer killer 43 43 year year old old Bertha Bertha Arriaga Arriaga was shot by a stray bullet while she was in her third floor bedroom, The building his own 34th avenue in Jackson Heights, a really nice tree lined street. Chief of Queens North detectives, Julie Merrill said. They're looking for two people simultaneously. As this shot rang out. There were two individuals were going to call them persons of interest that were in front of that location. At that time attempting it appears to steal a bicycle. Anyone with information about the bicycle incident should call the police Crime Stoppers hotline. At 1 805 77 Tips The victim, Bertha Arriaga is the mother of three Children, a 14 year old boy who was the one who found her on the floor as well as an 11 year old child and a six year old. A six year old was sleeping in the same bed as the mother. He slept through the entire thing.
Fresh update on "york" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Good morning, Nathan. New York governor Andrew Cuomo says almost a quarter of covert 19 cases statewide are from 20 hot spot ZIP codes in New York City. The positivity rate fell to under 1% down Wednesday. From 3.25% on Tuesday. Mayor Bill de Blasio. It is so important for everyone to go out and get tested. We need to get a very clear picture of what is happening around the city. We need to get a very clear picture of what's happening in these nine key ZIP codes and several others were concerned about New Jersey's fastest growing town. Lakewood hit 27% positivity among those tested for the Corona virus, while the state's overall rate reached its highest since July. Statewide figure of 3% is highest since July. 17th State officials said that print news conference that Ocean County's 5.4% positivity rate Leads among the Garden State's 21 County's New York City is rolling out ambitious and costly plans to test students and staff for the Corona virus. New York City is set to begin testing 10% to 20% of students and staff in every building monthly beginning today. It is the same day the final wave of the district's more than one million students began returning to brick and border classrooms. The heir to the Stig Rooms, liquor fortune has been given a lengthy prison sentence for her role in an alleged sex cope, but prosecutors say branded its victims Clear. Bronfman was sentenced to 81 months in prison. The 41 year old was taken into custody and immediately taken in federal court. After sentencing, Acting U. S attorney for the Eastern District of New York. Seth Charm, praise The sentence today sends.
Indoor dining permitted for the first time since March
"New York City restaurants are now open for in person dining if they stay at twenty five percent of their capacity it's the moment many patrons were waiting for everything that opens up is good for the psyche of the city Larry Bird bomb was one of the first inside the Celta in Manhattan this is the first time since March people could sit inside after passing a mandatory temperature screening for cell because owners tomber shard says he's glad to be back open but I have a hope for me I have mixed feelings a little concerned about my staff I think it's maybe more exposed in the trying to be worked for teaching everybody to be really conscientious about wearing a mask and this patron still chose the outdoor seating err on the side of caution hi Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "york" discussed on Morning Edition
"Middle and high school students in New York City's public schools returned to in class learning today for the first time since mid March there the final group of students to be phased back into the school systems in person instruction. Officials estimate 10 to 20% of students and staff, and each building will be tested for the Corona virus each month. New York City is the nation's largest public school system. The New York Times says it's reviewing its award winning podcast the caliphate after questions were raised about the credibility of a chief subject as NPR's David Folkenflik reports, Canadian authorities have charged the man with a terrorism hoax. Police charge Shiro's child Re a 25 year old man from Ontario, Canada. He told New York Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi that he had been a witness to atrocities in Syria and became an executioner for Isis. For serious one of Peabody Award last year, and her reporting was a finalist for the Pulitzer in Canada. The first of Callimachi is podcast set off a firestorm, with political figures asking why Chowdhury was walking around free. And he had said conflicting things to Canadian outlets. Last week, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said he had lied The Times initially sought to deflect criticism and noted the sixth episode of the Podcast explored challenges to his credibility. On Wednesday, the paper said it would look harder at the claims it publicized and at its own reporting. Dave Folkenflik. NPR NEWS Wall Street is coming off a day of sharp gains, the Dow added. 329 points yesterday or more than 1%. There was no trading today on the Tokyo Stock Exchange because of a computer system malfunction. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Rocket mortgage, working to help home buyers find a home loan that fits their budget. Home buyers can adjust payments, C tax estimates and closing costs all in real time. Rocket mortgage rocket can First up on morning edition on this Thursday morning. We will they be they being NPR's morning edition will have the news update. And it includes the presidential debate organizers who are planning changes to the upcoming debates and Some covert 19 tests. Apparently, you're getting faster and cheaper. NPR's David Greene will have more just ahead for you. I'm Michael State. Good morning On the first of the month. It's 207, now, the latest on the glass fire from Cal fire officials. As of the last report, they say the blazes course more than 51,000 acres since it broke out in Napa and Sonoma County's early Sunday morning. It remains that just 2% containment. More than 26,000 structures remain under threat now.
Nxivm: Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman jailed in New York 'sex cult' case
"The daughter of late cochair of Seagram's liquor and Nexium cult member Claire Bronfman was sentenced to six and three quarters years in prison for being what prosecutors called a high level member of the upstate New York six cult for which the 41 year old Recruited young women into the country illegally. Bronfman pleaded guilty last year related to the group and it's sex trafficking leader, 60 year old Keith Rainier, who faces up to life in prison when Senate's next month on sex trafficking and racketeering charges. Bronfman, the first person sent to prison in this case with Rainier and three others do up next. It's 11 11 Sports is
Fresh update on "york" discussed on Coronavirus 411
"This is corona virus four, one, one, the latest, covid, nineteen, Info and new hotspots just the facts for October first twenty twenty. Why does corona virus hit some people so hard and others not an international team of researchers settling on at least one reason in severe cases, the body attacks, one of its own immune defences instead of attacking the virus this happens mostly in men which helps explain why they are often affected worse. New. York. City Mayor Bill de Blasio says wear the mask or get find this after the city saw positivity rate of over three percent for the first time since June, going mass Klis could cost someone up to one thousand dollars. British lawmakers renewed the government's sweeping powers to impose emergency restrictions. Brittan's death toll has passed forty, two, thousand, the highest in Europe and the countries seeing a second spike. In new cases, the powers must be renewed every six months. With infection surging in the Midwest, some hospitals and Wisconsin and North Dakota are running out of room. A record number were hospitalized in Wisconsin and North Dakota hospitals are adding extra space as employees express worry about capacity. Fans will be allowed at the National League Championship series and World Series in Arlington Texas about twenty eight percent of capacity will be sold sold seats will be spaced out. No seats will be sold in the first six rows and masks are mandatory. The top ten counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita of the New York Times. Amens North Dakota takes the number one spot then Roosevelt Montana Logan North Dakota Lyman south. Dakota. Ranville north. Dakota trip South Dakota Potter Texas rollins Kansas Beckham Oklahoma and Nelson North Dakota. There are two, million, five, hundred, thirty, five, thousand, eight, hundred, thirty, six active cases in the United States. The current top ten states by number of active cases, California Florida. Georgia Arizona Virginia Maryland Missouri, Texas Alabama, and Illinois. The five states with the most daily new cases per capita over seven days are north. Dakota. South. Dakota. Wisconsin Utah and Iowa. The retransmission rate is currently highest in Wyoming Massachusetts, Montana Indiana and new. Mexico. While the lowest retransmission is found in South Carolina California. Kentucky. Virginia and Georgia. There have been a total two, hundred, six, thousand, eight, hundred, eighty, eight deaths in the US reported as covid related with current national fatality rate of two point, nine percent. The states with the most new deaths reported as Cova related. Florida one.
Airlines Near 50,000 Job Cuts as American, United Feel Squeeze
"Couldn't wait for lawmakers in Washington to pause and use Chandler's bill already beginning to lay off thousands of workers. This add to the job concept announced across industries from energy to finance our global economics and policy. Aditya Kathleen Hays this year Kathleen the Airlines one bluffing when they said it was make or break time, I mean, we had from back in allies United Airlines. Why now? Why today Because they made it very clear that by this time by the end of the third quarter by the beginning of the fourth quarter, they would need to have more funding on the Sunday news shows. David Parker, the CEO of American Airlines. Made this point very clear. He was so optimistic that Congress the White House could get it together and get something passed. But they haven't In fact, so today this afternoon. No surprise. It was why the advertised American Airlines. Ling off 19,000 workers. Parker's saying that we're not done fighting. In fact, he says they can reverse the layoffs if aid is extended in the next few days, Congress adjourns November sees me this Friday, October 2nd And they'll be not back until mid November. So unless they change that the clock is ticking even louder. I guess you could say that United announcing 13,000 workers being laid off those job cuts also Beginning immediately. So, meanwhile, you know He said. It was just me. The House Democrats were supposed to vote on their their stimulus package, which is supposedly very much like the old 12 point to, maybe, but maybe raising a bit of $2.4 trillion But they postpone that before a meeting of Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House, the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin. They met for 90 minutes. They didn't come out with anything definite, however. Steven, you did say they're making progress. And then he was on Fox business today. And hey, said that quote here it is. The president has instructed us to come up. On the amount of stimulus they're willing to pass. Come up significantly, so we have come up from the $1 trillion deal. Wow. He also told Fox business he sees the stimulus bill costing between 1.5 and $2.2 Trillion. He also said that he and Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, spoke with the president before they had their meetings on Capitol Hill and Trump has already said that he's willing to pay up to $1.5 trillion to pass the paper pass a bill that big and also remember the Democrats. The Republicans Trump Mr Mnuchin. Larry Kudlow, the White House chief economic advisor have been talking about Let's do some targeted stimulus. This country brings us right back to the airlines. Why This is so highly visible. What It seems to be the element that is putting the pressure higher now for them to do something. Maybe this week.
Fresh update on "york" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"You give us 22 minutes, We'll give you the world. Good morning. 61 2 greens at five o'clock It is Thursday. October 1st. I'm Lee Harris. Here's what's happening. At least 10 neighborhoods in the city now reporting elevated levels of covert 19 test positivity with Governor Cuomo warning people will die. If the city doesn't do more to stop the spread come to this. The gas tax and New Jersey is now higher than the gas tax in New York. It's up nine cents a gallon, effective today, stock of making big changes for the next presidential debate. The Biden campaigns. All four of the Trump campaign opposed on family that runs neighborhood fixed your Russ and daughters on the Lower East Side. Why they think the York will bounce back like it has done so many times before things that one Jackie weather lots of sun Today, Low humidity will have a high of 72. I'm Steve POTUS from Bloomberg. As Wall Street opens a new month and quarter. It's a big day for economic news, including jobless claims and personal income and spending. Wednesday's time 501 traffic.
Tokyo stock exchange halts trading for entire day in worst-ever outage
"On the Tokyo Stock Exchange is halted a network problem is to blame. There is no indication of hacking. Glitch appears to be the biggest in over a decade and we don't know as yet when the system will be restored. Staying in Japan, sentiment among its largest manufacturers has picked up The latest tankan survey showed across the board improvement. Still, the Games did fall short of what economists had been expecting. At small businesses. For instance, the mood Bailey lifted to South Korea.
A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched
"And so part of the reason that president trump has been able to pace a little taxes at least according to the Times is because his businesses have lost so much money they've lost more than a billion dollars and he. Has, used the carry forward provisions among other things to reduce his tax bill for years and years. You know when you have business losses, it's like you have like money in the tax bank that you can use to pay less taxes in the future. Now, originally back in nineteen eighteen when carry-forward I started if you lost money one year, you could use that loss to reduce your taxes for next year but only for that one year and then a while later Congress said you know what you can carry over losses. For two years then Congress extended it further to fifteen years and eventually congress said you can spread your losses out. You can carry losses forward for as long as you want forever President Trump signed the bill that made that change into law in two thousand, eighteen and Isaac says there are good reasons to have this provision in the tax code it can be helpful for struggling businesses. So on the one hand, you kind of don't want your tax system to bankrupt a viable business just because it has a bad year. Right. So that's one. So it's useful but also but but depending on, you know how clever you are about your investments and how you go about booking what counts as a loss. There's lots of room to kind of gain with creative accounting. It is it is wildly open to abuse. So carry-forward is sometimes a reasonable useful thing and sometimes something that people and businesses abuse to pay less taxes than they should, and there are people at the irs whose job it is to figure out for every tax return that uses this provision you know which is this reasonable or is this abuse but as it says, the funding that pays for the IRS to enforce carry forward rules and the rest of the tax code, it has been cut for years it's been. A pretty substantial. block of the Republican Party in Congress has lined up behind the idea of really depriving the irs of teeth especially, the enforcement arm that that goes after. The rich and just like think about how expensive it can be to audit the taxes of the ultra rich fridge people do not have simple straightforward tax returns. They have a ton of paperwork fancy lawyers in. So look at the story we read The New York Times about the president's taxes right and and it was a picture that they have to assemble by looking at hundreds of different tax returns for hundreds of different entities. Now imagine having to do that for every even for one in ten rich people in the United States right Obviously, it can't be done. Except there's one congressional committee that specifically looks into the super-rich but only in some cases but but. One of those cases use the case of president trump. There was this one paragraph in the time story I mean there were a lot of paragraphs in the time story and a lot of it was interesting but there was one paragraph in particular that really I wanted to understand better. So the paragraph was related to this seventy three million dollar tax refund that Donald Trump apparently got in two thousand and ten and that he and the government are still fighting over. Okay. I'm going to read this paragraph it says quote refunds require. Blah. Blah Blah in opinion of the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation Blah Blah Blah and tax law requires the committee to weigh in on all refunds larger than two. Million dollars to individuals. So what this paragraph is saying is there is a committee in Congress that has to give an opinion every single time the irs is about to send some rich person, a multimillion dollar tax refund as I read this and I thought like why you know what is going on you have questions. So I called Dave Norton he's a corporate lawyer who used to work at this committee, the Joint Committee on taxation, and he told me this is not a normal kind of congressional committee. You know it doesn't right laws. It doesn't hold hearings where lawmakers ask questions that are really more like comments and the joint committee staff is. A non-partisan expert staff of economists. Lawyers. Accountants. So it's like it's like Congress's. Team of tax nerds. That is a good way to put it. Exactly, right mostly the nurse on this committee figure out what different changes to the tax code would mean for the government and for the economy, you know how different potential tax tweaks would work. But a few of them go into work everyday and review giant tax refunds that the IRS is about to send out it's it's interesting because it's so one by one right you don't think of Congress as doing. Anything on like we'RE GONNA get every big tax refund that goes out in America. But that is what they're doing here and I agree it is It is pretty unusual. It might be unique in terms of something that the Congress would get involved with Congress got involved with this back in the nineteen twenties basically because they didn't trust the person who was overseeing the IRS, the Treasury Secretary Andrew Melon. Melon was one of the richest men in America. Also, one of the biggest tax payers in America had all these business interests that he held onto he was treasury secretary, and so congress was like wait you're the boss of the IRS and you owe all these taxes and you have investments and all these businesses that the IRS is supposed to be taxing that seems very shady. You know we want to make sure that you're not just having the irs and you and your pals massive tax refunds. So what we congress are going to do is we're going to pass a law that requires this Joint Committee to review big refunds. Congress basically said tax nerds keep an eye on these rich guys in the refunds, and so here we are almost one hundred years later and the tax nerds. They are still keeping an eye on these guys, and that's why in two thousand eleven trump's refund made its way to this committee. Apparently, the committee reviews hundreds of these refunds a year. So it's you know. Sort of, but there are a couple of things in this case in the case of Donald Trump's giant refund that are unusual. One unusual thing is typically the committee reviews the refunds before they get sent out to tax payers make sense. Yeah. It would think you would think but there is this special corner of the law and it actually applies to sort of the twin Sarah of what you were talking about earlier in the show the twin of the carry forward provision right where you can carry forward losses. The twin is Keri back. Here's how Carrie backwards if you lose money in the year, you're filing your taxes for now instead of carrying those losses forward as you do in carry forward, you can look back to. The past, you can say, look a few years ago. I was making tons of money I was on the apprentice and I paid tons of taxes, and so what I WANNA do is I want to carry my losses from the present back into the past and I want you to give me a refund for all of those taxes I paid a few years ago. Right so that is what president trump in fact was doing in this case when he got this giant seventy-three, million dollar refund and the special provision of the law that applies here is actually something they call a quickie refund and so innocent. Cute little seventy-three, million dollar tax refund and what happens with a quickie refund is the IRS. Okay. We will send you the refund before we've done a thorough evaluation of your claim and you have to promise that. If we ultimately decide that your claim for this refund, not you're going to give us back the money. So that's what happened here. That is thing number one that was unusual to quickey refined I seventy three million dollars. Yes. Okay. So thing number two that is unusual is just how long it has taken to figure out whether the refund was legit. You know whether the president in fact qualified for the refund under the law so Typically. The Joint Committee Clears Clears Refund reviews. In about three weeks maybe a little bit more than three weeks in a kind of standard run of the mill case they've says that some really complicated cases might take a few months to figure out but the president's case is still unresolved and it went to the committee nine years ago years they've says, he never saw anything take anywhere near that long when he worked at the Committee I never saw years Adam okay. So a case that went on for years would be very unusual in your experience. That's fair. Say yes and you know it makes sense that once Donald Trump becomes president trump the case would become exceptional and more complicated and take longer but this was already going on for years before that happened and so it's not entirely clear why it's taking so long. So Okay we've been through what's going on with the president's case, and also where does this weird committee review come from The one last thing I wanted to ask Dave was does it even makes sense to have a special Congressional Committee Review You know individual tax refunds you sort of worked on both sides you you were describing working for clients whose refunds are held up by the committee you've worked on the committee holding up People's refunds as you study them. Do you feel like it's useful? I do think just from a from a revenue perspective the taxpayer gets huge bang for the buck out of the C. T. Refund review process it costs almost nothing to run. It's you know as I said, just a few people and they can be counted upon to spot millions and millions and millions of dollars of potential mistakes. The spotting thing. Hey, look this is this million here million there at this shouldn't be going out for this this this reason
Airlines to shed tens of thousands of workers
"American Airline CEO Doug Parkus says they'll begin laying off 19,000 people tomorrow, and as we just heard, United Airlines says it will cut 13,000 jobs. And smaller carriers are set to make additional reductions. U. S Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin had told airlines earlier to hold off on the cuts with signs of progress in stimulus talks. The layoffs, so would cap job losses that had already totaled 150,000 at the nation's full largest
'One more serious try' on COVID-19 relief yields progress but no deal
"Well, let's pick up on the stimulus. We had Treasury Secretary Mnuchin talking on a CNBC today, and he said both sides would give negotiations one more serious try. The speaker and I have a relationship, which is really it's it's all business. I think we're very effective and communicating with each other. In many cases, we do have things that we agree on, and we have things that there are differences and We're trying to see if both of us can manage a package that gets some of what everybody wants. We'll see. Talks will continue tomorrow. Now the White House and House Democrats are roughly trillion dollars apart in their approaches, House lawmakers will not not vote tonight. On the Democrat to $0.2 trillion package tonight, leaderships there saying it's going to give talks one more day to come together and they may vote tomorrow. If if here's the caveat. Republicans and Democrats can not then reach a deal. Now the house is slated to leave Washington at the end of the weekend, will remain in recess until mid November. This obviously is going to create even more urgency for a relief bill to
Serena Williams withdraws from French Open with Achilles injury
"I think this was the best day at the French Open so far and the one where I thought about the witness the least. There was a good combination of really excellent matches and drama, and also an an unfortunate story of a big story line which was Serena Williams withdrawing from the tournament which happened moments after the sonic boom. Eerie how how close those two massive events were to each other and it was very hectic hectic time I. Think Actually Serena Williams's withdrawal was announced while we didn't know what the sonic boom walls. So it was it it was very unsettling period of the day that was probably the weirdest period of the day. But after that I would say it was a it was a fairly normal and eventful an interesting day of Grand Slam tennis. Rumors started to circulate pretty pretty much as soon as play had started about Serena Williams Joel and I'm sure would have been. One of these things have been more people and journalists. Onsite M Maybe proper word would have got out early than than it did was the. Circulating and actually pretty soon after that Serena Williams came to press. And told everybody Yep I am I. Am we from the much due to the Achilles injury that she hits kind of played down after her after I much against Christiaan It was obviously the injury she sustained in the US Open semifinal against Victoria as rancor, and again after that defeat, in New York, she had really played it down and said that wasn't why wasn't why I lost today,
Seagram's heiress Clare Bronfman sentenced to more than 6 years for role in Nxivm sex cult
"To the Seagram's liquor fortune has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for her role in upstate upstate New New York. York. Sex Sex cult cult 41 41 Year Year old old clear clear Bronfman Bronfman Bronfman Bronfman is is the the first first person person to to be be sentenced sentenced in in the the sex sex trafficking trafficking Nexium Nexium cult. cult. She She had had pleaded pleaded guilty guilty to to charges charges of conspiracy to conceal and harbor an illegal immigrant for financial gain. Among other charges. Keith Rainier, the alleged leader of the cult, has been convicted. Former Smallville actress Allison Mac has also pleaded guilty to racketeering and conspiracy related to the cult.
Stocks close higher, with the Dow up 328 points
"Be an update on Wall Street. But US stocks did finish well off session highs. The Dow the S and P and NASDAQ all advancing today as some P 500 index up 27 points up 8/10 of 1% at the best level, the S and B had been up 58 points off 1.7%. Tao finished higher by 329 points up. 1.2% NASDAQ Up 82 Again of 7/10 of 1% 10 Year Yield 100.68% Gold Down 7/10 of 1% 18 85 the ounce West Texas intermediate Crewed up 1.4% 39 84 barrel again recapping on the S and P 500 index up 27. Gain their 8/10 of 1%. I'm
Filmmaker Faces Her Father's Mortality By Staging His 'Death' Again And Again
"When documentary filmmaker Kirsten Johnson's father was diagnosed with dementia she had a hard time accepting the fact that his death was getting closer. So she decided to make a movie about him it tells the story of moving her dad out of his home in Seattle and into her apartment in new. York it also enacts her father's death from imagined accidents like getting hit in the head by a falling air conditioner she says Killing Her Dad in the movie helped her face his inevitable death her new film is called Dick Johnson is dead.
Some of Edward Hopper’s Earliest Paintings Are Actually Copies He Made From a How-To Art Magazine
"Zoom in art history doctoral student of the court hauled institute in London has just caused quite a stir in the art world. was. Shadwick has discovered that at least three of Edward Hopper's early oil paintings are copies of other artists work. Two. Of them come from a magazine for amateur artists that was published before hopper's paintings of the same scenes and a third appears to be copied from Victorian painted porcelain plaque. Painting by Bruce Crane that appeared in the magazine, the art interchange in eighteen ninety called a winter sunset is nearly identical to. Eighteen Ninety, seven old ice pond at Nyack. A painting that also appeared in the art interchange in eighteen eighty, six called ships by Edward Moran is a near identical match to Edward Hopper's ships from eighteen, ninety eight. And the Victorian Porcelain Plaque based on an unidentified painting I think needs a little bit more verification but it does look just like hoppers 1897 church landscape. You can see all of these side by side in the New York Times article linked in the show notes. But a couple of notes on this Carter, foster hopper expert and director at the Blanton Museum of art in Texas notes that it's not at all unusual for artists of the time to have gotten their start by copying other works it was part of the learning process. But the problem is that much of the myth of hopper that he leaned into a bit while he was alive was that he had a preternatural talents especially evident in his early oil paintings that he created all on his own quoting the New York Times for Kim Canetti curator of drawings and prints at the Whitney. Museum. In New York where she is. At. Work on a big hopper, show the copying that Mr Shannon with revealed has more important repercussions. It cuts straight through the widely-held perception of hopper as an American. Original. She said as an artist whose innate genius allowed him to emerge on the scene without a debt to others. The only real influence I've ever had was myself. He wants claimed and quotes. And importantly, hoppers version of old ice pond nyack is currently being sold by an art gallery for between three hundred and four hundred thousand dollars. Will these revelations change anything about that price points and other sales of his early works? Showed wakes discovery is still in the process of being compiled and peer reviewed but perhaps, the market and hoppers legacy will shift somewhat in the near future. You know hopper's art has become a symbol of everyday life in mid century America his paintings brought to life the predominant thoughts and feelings of the time quoting again from the New York Times critics and scholars have always been intrigued by awkwardness that hopper allowed himself in many of his classic paintings sees that looked more painted than liquid in his famous groundswell, the Awkward Anatomy of his female nude in morning in the city or the stony faces of the diners in nighthawks. Now that we know that hopper was never a painting prodigy we can think of his later paintings as deliberately revisiting the limitations of his adolescence and finding virtue and power there. There's a classic move in American. Culture to see the unschooled in Homespun as more authentic and especially as more authentically American than the sophist stories of those decadent old Europeans end quote. And yet this is something I think about sometimes you know oddly for a nation. So deeply entrenched in its origins in the idea of the Protestant work ethic does seem to be this pervasive narrative throughout the centuries in. United. States that someone who is just miraculously gifted born perfect in a certain field or talent without help or instruction from anyone else is so much better. So much more deserving of being glorified than someone who Had to work hard at it who trained in grew over time maybe made some mistakes along the way not only does that do a disservice to the true fact that many people do have to work hard to perfect skills and talents and lead many to give up if they think they're not perfect at their first shot, but it erases the many people who help someone hone their craft and make it to where they are. Leads us to only praising leaders, celebrities, Star athletes, people in the spotlight and forgetting all about the people, the coaches, the teachers, the drivers, the medics, the operations, managers, the custodial workers, the domestic workers, the caregivers. Who Make someone's life like that possible I don't think there is anything at all wrong with Edward Hopper copying other artists as he learned his craft. But I do think it speaks volumes that he chose to or felt he had to particularly as he became this emblem of Americana Incarnate, hide that he had had any type of early instruction or influence, and thereby taking credit over these other artists instead of bringing them into the fold with him the New York Times mentions that part of it was so revolutionary and captivating about hoppers work was his depiction of average everyday life in America and they conclude I. Agree quotes. If. Hopper claimed to be an absolute original uninfluenced by others, his greatest paintings work hard to convey a different image of their maker. Their studied awkwardness asks us to imagine him as someone who might indeed have started his career copying someone else as just your average American working hard to make good end quote.
Asana shares surge more than 30% in stock trading debut
"Shares of Asano surging more than 30%. And it's AH New York stock Exchange trading debut software company Popping and Palin tear another AIPO that's sent to hit today. Not yet trading We see the price of gold of still hovering around 1900 pulling back $6 today back to 1896 and oil is higher of 47 cents, and 39
Pier 26 at Hudson River Park Transformed into Ecological "Tide Deck", New York
"A new addition to the Hudson River Park opens today. Pier 26 in Tribeca is the first new peer in the park in 10 Years. $37 million project includes 2.5 acres of park with unique features, including a first of its kind of tied deck to represent a rocky title marsh for educational and ecological programming. There's also a lawn and sports court.
New York City Board Of Elections Looking Into Absentee Ballot Errors
"It is a ballot controversy in Brooklyn and Governor Cuomo is weighing in nearly 100,000 residents who received ballots in the male also received the wrong return envelope. A board of elections, wants to redo the entire mailing. But Governor Cuomo was arguing for a different approach. Doug Kelner of the State Board of Elections declined to elaborate. Top state official tells the New York posed, the governor only wants to re mail the envelopes. That official says that would result in massive disenfranchisement of tens of thousands of Brooklynites. One source suggested that the post that the governor is worried about the optics of RESENDING ballots because it might allow President Trump to claim New Yorkers were voting twice. Sources say absentee ballot Return envelopes are coated with the same voter ID that's kept in the poll books, making it almost impossible for anyone to vote twice. Just because they got a second ballot.
New York Rangers Buy Out Henrik Lundqvist’s Contract, Ending His 15-Year Run With Team
"The Henrik Lundquist there in New York, coming to an end post is reporting the Rangers of buying up a final year. The veteran Billy's contract ending a 15 year run with the team, The 38 year old will be a free agent on the signing period starts on October
Study Finds Low Risk Of Contracting COVID-19 On New York Trains Or Busses
"With New York Having foreign away the most deaths of any state from Corona virus, there was much speculation that the subways were a factor. But a new study of transit systems worldwide finds the people riding the subways here or buses for that matter. Are at low risk of infection. The report prepared for the American Public Transportation Association, about about the prevalence of the virus in the community was a big factor a bigger factor than the size or density of the transit system. And it concludes that mass transit is safe as long as trains and buses are well ventilated and riders wear masks.
"york" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"New York City. And now please welcome Dr Liederman. Thank you, Robin. Thanks, Bob. And thanks to be together, thanks to you. I appreciate you turning in. I want to talk about my patients have seen the last few days every day. I see cancer patients. I'm a cancer doctor. My name is Dr Gillian German. And every day I take notes, and every day I come to the radio and every day a talk with you, and the purpose is really educated. Not selling anything. We're not sewing medicines or concoctions or vitamin now were educating and providing information so that if God forbid You have a sickness or illness or one of your family or among your close circle of friends that you can R for some advice and say, Hey, I heard this from Dr Liederman and Dad thought so You get to learn the lessons you get to hear the stories, and it's a unique show that only one in the world Behind the scenes view the world of cancer. And I'm talking about the patients, mostly talking about the big hospitals, insurgents and chemo and other doctors who see patients and Relate to you what they're doing to the patients, and you can say, Hey, that's a good thing or a bad thing. What's going on behind the doors in New York and around the world? We have patients who fly and literally from around the world, seeking better medical care for their life. And we have lots of information to send you. Many people come to our office and 30 for Broadway and pick up information. There's much more information if you come to her office. And if you can't come to our office if it's not so convenient, and.
"york" Discussed on Disorganized Crime: Smuggler's Daughter
"Mom would have been more beat, Nikki or Bohemian. Opposed to your dad, who was clearly a you know Andy Class. 'cause scientists makes distinction between his mom being Bohemian and my dad, being a Hippie, which is funny, because my dad is adamant, he's not a Hippie and I understand what he means because there are many different levels of hippies, just like many different levels of Christians Muslims punk rockers. What have you? So he is a Hippie to some people right like cousin scientists from New, York City, but to my dad, who's living amongst like the hippies, hippies and sees them around is not a hippie. Hippies do not drive BMW's when I got back. I kind of feel like. I've seen some stuff that my friends never would have seen. So as a little kid coming back, I felt like. You know much more worldly than the other kids around because I've seen I've been to California. and seeing all the hippies in their natural habitat, you know doing all the crazy hippie stuff that they do swimming around nude smoking lots of pot and I I had a weird upbringing, and I walked into weird culture and You know it was It was the end it was a good experience to be exposed any young age to such different culture because I think everybody should be thrown in the deep end at some point in their life. This is hilarious to me. Because I felt the same AU- the first time I visited New York City and miring needed New Yorkers like my cousins naturally navigating subways data's Delis. This is disorganized crime. We'll.
"york" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Biggest places in New York and around the country and around the world your patience truly from around the world for most every country who come here and the questions about cancer needs or want to get better one to get out of pain or suffering wanna be cured wanna know the best way one one know the best way without often having big surgeries one avoid cutting off their arm other leg of their breasts to their knack other longer pancreas or bladder or prostate or kidney here there's a lot of other archives to I can name whether one embarrass you so yes people come because they want to get better people come because I don't want to have radical surgery people come because they have radical surgeon they have standard radiation they had chemotherapy that just doesn't work but I would people so we got to go home now to die you gotta go to hospice they don't like that answer or you gotta stay on chemo for the rest your life people most people don't like that answer or got a cut off your arm or leg people don't like that answer very much and that's how they find their way to thirteen eighty four Broadway and you the radio listeners are so important because you learn and you can pass on the information second medical school we learn by case by case one patient by one patient just like you and I are learning here today and I learned to I learn every day I see patients that there's always something new or different and I learned and I study and I describe and I relate to you and I hope that you can take all the facts and information and related to other people your family and friends and neighbors and the person down the street who you know is suffering and needs help but they don't know where to go you live by listeners show have a pretty good idea what to do and where to go but a lot of people don't know what to do and that's why they're losing their armor their brashness probably lots of people in the hospital right now going to get surgery other longer breast alert Nakamura's throat or their voice box of the pancreas and the liver or the kidney spleen or the bladder and prostate the user critical organs god gave us all these organs to be together and when we lose all the organs we often lose function that's another reason to seek out information and care at thirteen eighty four Broadway introduce myself in a few minutes but I would try Telemann am do you have a medical doctor because lots of people talking on the radio and in life to talk talk talk talk talk I don't really have any credentials to talk talk talk talk talk leading wives went to school first thirty five years of my life I went to.
"york" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"I'm proud to say I do not read The New York Times. The reporters on that paper frequently tell lies in their stories. And the editors who are supposed to vet these stories turn their cheek to the list. Always the left if you know what I mean but I'm GonNa poll a few wonderful bits out of a story in today's New York Times since my buddy said to me. He's one of those friends who puts pals over politics. That's why we get along so well he's blow on red but don't mean Shit when we're together And the story is this with the city in the grip of this corona virus. New York. New York like I mentioned this once again. A part of the city's anthem as it was after nine. Eleven as it still is at police promotion ceremonies. It's such a powerful song that I honestly don't recall what the city felt like without and on top of that I know still have room to hear it another million times and still not be sick of it. It's just really too difficult to imagine that the song didn't almost get made so check this out back in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy seven. Martin Scorsese was making the movie New York New York. You've seen. That Deniro plays the saxophone. I think his name is Jimmy. Doyle movie and Liza Minelli is anyhow. They need the title track. So the prolific songwriting team of John. Candy and Fred Ebb. They've been around forever. They wrote a song and brought it to a meeting with scores. Acn Robert Deniro and lies Manelli to see what they thought and they played a few different songs and scores. Acl lies like them. A Lot. Lies is a Broadway candidate ever Broadway. It makes sense but as they are about to leave Deniro on the other side of the room and he. He weighs his arm to squishy that combine modest. Excuse me Fellas. I'll be right back and goes over and talks to Deniro. Very animated conversation. Lotta arms-flailing couple of Italians talking Kendra and couldn't hear what they were saying but they knew like animated than what they were talking about. Scorsese returns role embarrassed. And he says look you know bobby found the title number. A little lightweight wants to try it again. Once you try to come up with some new stuff so Kanan who are tremendously prolific. And don't need an actor to tell them I didn't like your song. These guys did Chicago and cabaret just a few of the top of my head. They were pissed off. What's his fucking APP is going to tell us that. The songs not good enough now doesn't work that way but it is it is Deniro. It is Liza so they go back to ebbs apartment and in about forty five minutes they write the song called New York New York. Okay and they bring it back and they sing it and this time. Deniro is thrilled with what he heard. So lies is sang. The song on the film's Soundtrack. And it seemed to belong to her. I honestly I can't stand Liza. I shouldn't say can't stand it. I don't really like to hear lies to sing the song she's not a New Yorker. I know she's affiliated with New York at times but she's not a New Yorker she starts at wonderfully but as it bills. She used to do this thing. Wishy waiver arms and get all animated and crazy and to Broadway. If you know what I mean these little to Alain Lebas let us out stop it a little bit too much of a mother in that part of the song so look I think the way she sang it suck it suck them achieve. Mo- out of the song and that Song's got a pair of balls on it and she feminist it in my opinion it's to Broadway anyhow eventually. The song became Frank Song and not hers. Me Tell you what happened at this point. In Time Sinatra is in his early sixties. He recently emerged from this early retirement and there was a very different landscape in America in front of him. You know unfortunately the ring a Ding. Ding days of the rat pack had sailed by and when frank stuck his head out of a hole and began to sing again. He had to adapt quickly to a music world. That was more led Zeppelin and pink Floyd Than Perry Como and Jerry Vale and there are a lot of examples of Sinatra struggling to be relevant around this time. Several authors have written books on this subject alone and they make no bones about saying frank you know fought this ambivalent battle against the new music sometimes trying to make some of these songs. His own or very underwhelming efforts And he was just straining to be relevant again and I told you about the story of him phoning a young manager named Jerry Weintraub from His place I believe in a day and they sat up on the roof and frank said. Kim. I'm Cook I'm done I I I don't know what else to do. I feel like I'm just at a spot and I can't get the hell out of it. My feet is stuck in the sand. I need help. He knew that Weintraub done something. Really significant for Elvis Presley when he was really young so he figured maybe can do some for his career. And I've told you about this story of those two guys being up on the roof And Frank wanted to be king of the hill again. And that was the meeting where While Jerry Weintraub who would go onto make tens of millions of dollars managing recording artists and eventually producing films like Nashville and diner the karate kid and the oceans thirteen movies. You know he starts pulling the out of his ass because he didn't prepare for this meeting. Thank you said come now. And he so he thought real quickly and said you know frankly. I I think I see you sing an inside. New York City's Madison Square Garden Hundreds of celebrities in the audience. Howard cosell announcing your entrance into the world's greatest arena but then he really hoped frank when he said. But YOU'RE NOT GONNA sing on stage Mr Sinatra. Frank's had kit. Call Me Frank for. Fuck SAKE WOULD. Ya Is all K- Frank. Sorry I don't see you sing on stage. I see you singing inside a boxing ring where all champions belong and francs at kid on sold you save now get to work make it happen so back to the saw it turns out it was actually frank's wife Barbara. Who suggested he covered New York New York? And you know. Frank immediately said now. That's lies is song. I can't do that to her but Barbara persuaded him to play at a nineteen seventy-eight concert in ray at radio city musical a shell that me and my mother and father happened to have gone to and I remember looking in the playbill to see the songs in what order he was GonNa sing them and I remember seeing New York Europe and say I don't know this song. Was this come from well when Frank Sang the number that he almost didn't sing. The fucking house came down and when I say down I mean down because I witnessed my mother stand up to watch the skinny kid. She used to cut school to see saying at the paramount theatre back in the forties And as soon as frank walked out on stage that night and said she gets hungry for dinner at eight Boehm. My mother went right down. I saw her knees. Buckle her aspen right back in his seat. Too weak to stand up now also in the House that night is the Sinatra historian and Radio Personality Jonathan Schwartz he the song and Russia's over the Franken says you got a record. This rank Franks's I will say but even Frank Sinatra couldn't deny how the people in the arena reacted to that song so he reluctantly called Liza Minelli and hinted he may WanNa record it and it was only after Liza said to him. It's okay pimple. Frank it's yours. Then he really got warm to the idea so the following year he recording his ambitious triple album trilogy past present and future and There's a lot of cover versions on this CD. He's singer Billy Joel's just the way you are. He Singing Neil Diamond Song Sung Blue. But he still couldn't get his mind off that song and the wonderful fit of the vagabond shoes of New York New York. So now it's September Nineteenth Nineteen seventy-nine in a studio in Hollywood. He recorded the song at last with a guy named Rob Fen trusts. A member of Sinatra's inner circle One of a bunch of people who were in that room after the final take and they're playing back the song and frank sitting in the engineered share and said he was oblivious to all the noise around him but he just focused on that song and one of his Don. You could see how pleased he was. He wasn't laughing. He wishes slightly smiling. But those who knew him really well new. That's as close as frank was going to get to just complete jubilation so the song would eventually closes concerts free years to come. It actually nudged aside my way as the final song of most of those performances And it was last. It was the last song he performed in public when him and a bunch of stars got on stage at L. A. Strike Auditorium in Nineteen ninety-five during his tribute for his eightieth birthday. But then a lot of you who've been on this ride with me for the last three years you know what happened after that show at the shrine. Those of you heard me tell my story before. No that Frank Sinatra then sang for a handful of friends and family inside the closed piano bar of the Four Seasons Hotel at one am yet to stand the night of the show while while these artists is singing on stage and doing this tribute stuff for Frank. He's in this is in the audience with Barbara. Not Looking Happy. Know Frank was a little bit. Let's say not like. He has some Jack. Daniel's put it that way. There were some instances where he was arguing with. Barbara during the show. Somebody tried to help them up step. He pulled his hand back. He wasn't in the best fucking moot but one o'clock in the morning he wants to sing in the fourth season. I was lucky enough to be there after his daughter. Nancy called me because I just been with the concert and now she calls me is about to go to bed. I just took my suit off. And she says three. I'll never forget. Daddy wants to sink and there I was. I raised over two four seasons hotel. Put My suit back on. Obviously an I'm fifteen. Twenty feet away from the chairman of the board said he singing summer win all the way in the wee small hours of the morning. Just frank and Lasette Jack Daniels in his hand and a stool.
"york" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"From workhouse connect in. Aj Benza vein. he likes to be walked on a leash and play really dirty. Kinky sex tapes is the GUY. Put the COP in the peacock network. Okay Bitch Hey everybody. Ag Benza. Here with same as bitch this Asia. Podcast for me. I twenty twenty. I was going to tell you a handful of Hollywood type stories. You know Tabloid type stories that I've lined up and then a story came across my laptop this morning by my buddy bird turns and I thought this is. This is too fun not tell and I can interject some of my some of my my past history on on this episode as well so I think it ends up being something pretty cool to hear about and it a lot to do with the city of New York and this pandemic in the lockdown at Cetera. So many of you already know about a little show of support that has turned into a new custom in New York City. It is a very beautiful and emotional gesture that the tugs on my heart. Every time I see a video of it on social media or the news. Or what have you? And it's that nightly moment when the city of New Yorker the city of New York and its and its inhabitants. Lean out their windows or stand on their terraces or simply stop in the street and start applauding. The city's first responders at seven PM when they get off their shift. Doctors Nurses Hospital aged. You name it anybody and everybody. Who's out there on the frontlines? Battling this God damn flu and every night for the last several weeks when the clock strikes seven PM The city erupts in this nightly outpouring of support for healthcare workers and such and now people have added a soundtrack to their applause which is as familiar as the skyline itself It's a song. The city is too familiar with since the New York. Yankees have been playing it on those summer nights when the Yankees went big game in the Bronx it's also the song that revived the sagging career of that skinny Italian kid who grew up across the river and that would be Frank Sinatra. So look we all know the lyrics. It's a song that plays all too often. In the heads of New Yorkers people firmly believe from deep within the dark purple of their hearts that if you can stay alive in our city if you can keep your head above water and above the doubters if you can stay afloat in the dark ocean of danger and opportunity then anywhere else on earth. I don't care where you go be a snap. It's also a song. Playfully reminds all of us. Who DID MAKE IT IN NEW YORK? that we need not worry about going anywhere else because we know we made it in. New York and we can make it anywhere for me sometimes lyrics to song just kind of cement the fact that no matter what forces not my city on its s whether it's a bunch of terrorists or an invisible virus. I don't feel good about not being there. Not being able to help my city back on its feet. I don't care how far away you move from New York City. When you see hurting like that the way it is now trying to put its mouthpiece back in after it got beat up as trying to beat the bell you just WanNa put everything else down and you WanNa be there for the city. That never abandoned us. You WanNa be a part of it and so I sit here in Los Angeles. Two thousand four hundred forty nine miles away from my last department. On Ninety Five Horatio Street on apartment. Who's back windows faced the twin towers so the Tarot is real for me. I'll only not that. I saw them come down but that they were always two towers. That looked into my bedroom every night. It's something that a lot of New Yorkers feel those towers were like parents almost because no matter where you weren't in the city. If you looked up they were always looking down at you. The kind of had our backs for so long. But as I sit in this place in La so far away. I can only imagine how how I'd love to be one of those people who stop whatever it is doing and rush to a window and here. Frank Sinatra's wonderful voice fill every canyon courthouse every vacant block an empty bar. There must be amazing when me and my Buddy Neil Gumbo raced back to New York City. Like an hour after the second tower fell I remember making calls my cousin Phil who were in Manhattan as a building inspector and a lot of his work was downtown Manhattan so he knew that area very well in fact fill believe it or not found a box cutter on the roof of a building across from the twin towers that had Arabic writing on it and he actually turned it into the FBI. It's crazy shit but as we're going across America Mean Gumbel and listening to Michael Savage Savage Nation Radio. Show and all these events all these things are being carried out real time. It was insane but my stomach felt like but I remember calling Phil and you know and just trying to get through to him which was impossible by the second day in the car We recall and fill a lot more and hopefully I just want to know if he can put us anywhere near Ground Zero to help out. If anybody can do it he could do it. And it wasn't until sometime in the third day of our driving we heard about this bucket brigade that was gonna be forming and was for me and it was going to pol life and limb from the smoking pile. Most people on their professional firefighters in. You know anybody else with that kind of training but there were some civilians on that line and I wanted to be there so bad and when when I finally got through the fill to fill? He said he'd he'd do what he can. But by the time he got to the city the next day and I still can recall seeing the angry smoke above the city being visible from deep inside Pennsylvania as we drove and the odor of death and melted steel and plastic. And you know God knows whatever the hell else was in that jet fuel you could smell that until Delfi as well and by that time there are already hundreds of men more qualified than me who volunteered to do that. Necessarily dirty work. I just you know we wanted to get our hands full but With no room on the line instead you know we went downtown. We stayed nearby. We just comforted big strong men and women and and and most of them reduced to tears all the time all day long we collected clothes and shoes and brought bags and bags of stuff to the front line. I mean it was. I never been a part of something like that It was you know to say you'll never forget. It is another another thing entirely but to be there and And when I say I don't mean Ground Zero itself. I mean surrounding areas within a mile or two It was just. The city was never liked. That there was no did just was no racism. It felt like that was out the window and felt like well didn't feel like it was everybody. Was there for each other. Everybody had each other's back. It was wonderful even though when you look over your shoulder behind you the most morbid seen you've ever seen in your life so When you down there you you hug or comfort strangers. It was something of a necessity to do that. You felt you wanted to do it. And nobody was turning away from being comforted. And despite what people say about you. Know Austin New Yorkers We could be. We could be tough to deal with all that Kinda Shit. Most of us are the most compassionate people you'll ever meet and a lot of us walk around with a heavy heart as it is and this just added to it so hugging and kissing someone suffering second nature to New Yorkers and look strong Italian. Who likes to hug and kiss? You know you can imagine what I want. I was hugging fucking fled pulse but you know There are millions of moments like that all over the city of people being comforted to natural thing to do but with this flu can touch. Anybody can come within six feet of people. Let along wrap your arms around got watch people be upset. Watch people be said? It's it's it's it. Plays Your Heart in the way nine eleven. Didn't it's a different kind of Of of hurt. Look before I tell you the story. Let me get this ad out of the way I fucked up the other day. I didn't say a particular word in this read. And you know you gotta say it exactly right so right now let me just say this. A lot of us have cut corners to save money. Certainly not spend more than we need to. I mean look outside of becoming a patron On the show for five measly bucks..
"york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"T. you are listening are have been listening to New York governor Andrew Cuomo briefing reporters there about the state of the situation in New York and actually almost unbelievably New York governor Andrew Cuomo saying things be looking up a little bit he's a little cautious there but he did say among other things that the number of deaths the number of daily deaths was down still almost six hundred with a total of deaths in New York four thousand one hundred fifty nine so far from corona virus but still the number of deaths dropping from yesterday today today compared to Friday to Saturday so he says he's not sure of for the apex because of that we have to wait a few more days but he hopes that we are he also says he is pledging to learn and use new York's experience to help the rest of the country as they go through this he says the military is deploying a thousand people to help here in New York three hundred and twenty five coming today they will be deployed to hospitals and he also thinks we will only return to normalcy when we do have an approved rapid testing of skill Bill Gates of Microsoft founder incidently today saying this morning that life won't return to truly normal until we get a vaccine and get new York governor Andrew Cuomo talking about the family that you your family coming together saying the total number of deaths in New York now four thousand one hundred fifty nine from corona virus but the number of deaths overnight dropping for the first time in other developments the number of daily deaths in Spain has now fallen for a third straight day so that's another potential bright spot however Surgeon General Jerome Adams saying this morning warning Americans that the coming weeks will be our Pearl Harbor and R. nine eleven he says these coming weeks will be the hardest and the saddest of our lives you can listening to Bloomberg radio live special coverage of New York governor Andrew Cuomo briefing on the efforts to fight the corona virus and I'm Denise Pellegrini we return now to the programming in progress this is blood pressure well by the number of people trying to sell whatever assets they had to get into cash and so some of the interest rate reductions that we did what you're primarily at the short end of the market hasn't perfectly going through to the rest of the market these facilities that we're setting up our intended to in effect getting the plumbing better so the New York fed has been buying mortgages and treasury securities but said the treasury securities market is operating reasonably well the mortgage market is operating much better than it operated a week or two ago but still not by any means all the way back some of the commercial paper market some of the shorter term markets are seeing margins come in which is a very good sign it means that the lower interest rates are starting to be passed on to of terms and households but I think it's going to take some time so the primary goal of what the total reserved is doing is trying to reduce the amount of spillovers that occur so there's not much we can do about the health crisis that was created by a covert nineteen but there are things that we can do to limit the amount of spillover to financial markets and I think the fact that we quickly got our facilities then they're still more facilities coming has helped in in reducing the amount of financial spillover but not completely eliminated at the Boston center runs the money market facility last week you provided more than thirty billion in that market how how is that when working I think it's working pretty well so by its name the money market liquidity facility clearly we're focused on money markets there are different kinds of money market funds and the ones that are government backed really of had inflows not outflows never experienced no problems at all a second set of money market funds are the prime money market funds which borrow high grade corporate paper and to the extent that corporate paper wasn't trading because people were trying to get into cash it was very difficult for money market funds that were prime money market funds to get the required liquidity as people were trying to get into cash similarly there are municipal money market funds focused on the tax exempt sector those are mostly to retail so it's mostly individuals that are involved in that and municipal that was not treating very actively either so I think our facility has helped in bringing those margins down we have the for the most part seen the outflow from prime funds and municipal bond funds flattening out and in some instances actually starting to increase again your primary purpose was to make sure that money market funds didn't get to the point where they had serious liquidity problems and I think that goal has largely been achieved today six two three details yet another corporate lending facility in the main street landing facility will operate or even when they will begin to operate the corporate facilities that are more focused on investment grade corporate debt the Opel spot somewhat longer term gonna take a little bit longer and the main street is still in the design phase so it's a complicated facility to appropriately scope so I think it's still going to be another couple of weeks do you worry that they won't be up and running into time to save a lot of businesses we're doing the facilities as fast as we can and like every organization were dealing with a lot of people that are working remotely from home and in addition we need to make sure that banks and other organizations understand what the nature of the facility is get paperwork and that's necessary to run them so unfortunately these facilities to take some time we're doing it as fast as possible hopefully we will have the facilities up and running to help on a large.
"york" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The city council in New York may soon become the largest city of New York City that is may soon become the largest city in the nation to require glass in new buildings that is visible to Burge increased and I'm Susanna Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters China's exports posted a surprise drop in November and that shows one reason why China wants to agree on a phase one trade deal U. S. terrorists are hurting China's exports at a time when global demand is already weak China's customs administration reports total exports in November dropped to one point one percent from a year ago and to the US they were down twenty three percent Nasser saidi is founder and CEO of Nasser saidi and associates and he's just back from Hong Kong saying the Chinese hard digging in they're preparing for more stimulus packages they're preparing to support their industry and manufacturing and they're looking at all the export gold plates they will not give in when the error they are under pressure Sadie was interviewed on Bloomberg daybreak Middle East members of Mexico's Senate will meet Q. negotiators this afternoon to deliberate on the latest version of the U. S. Mexico Canada free trade agreement Mexico's Senate Majority Leader spoke hours after the trump administration is said to have sent house speaker Nancy Pelosi a proposal for changes to the deal for review democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders are saying I told you so that's after Amazon dot com and other tech giants least millions of square feet of office space in New York City with out the billions of dollars in government support that Amazon try to negotiate earlier this year Amazon signed a lease on Friday for three hundred thirty five thousand square feet in the Hudson yards neighborhood Facebook and Google are also expanding in the city the moves suggest in new York's deep pool of talented workers is still attracting technology companies global news twenty four hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.
"york" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"Podcast is brought to you by the new pop builders and soundproofing that we have in the makeshift studio that we take this. Welcome to the pinstripe lanes podcast. Here's radio host and lifelong Yankees fan ralphie overs. Got a bit of a new setup. I actually tweeted about it at pinstripe lanes. You could see us there. And of course, Instagram Facebook as well at pinstripe lanes for the new set-up did not have this set up, by the way, when we taped our interview with this week's guest, we will get all that. And just the second. Welcome to episode number twenty one it's episode number five inside season. Two of the pinstripe lanes podcast. I am ralphie Aversa. I have had a lot of fun watching the Yankees as of late fantail this podcast a weekly basis. We've had some great guests, of course, over these past few weeks, of course, leading off the season Giancarlo Stanton, and Gary Sheffield, if you didn't if you miss the surprise guest when we're having the New York New York conversation, maybe go back to that. One. Big Papi was on that ups owed. Of course last week. Our buddy Mark Lowe bell from low bells who I did not I was at the stadium last Wednesday for the Brett Gardner grand slam against the Red Sox. I think Mark was in. Miami. I don't know if he was at the game or not I meant to get back to the stadium this past weekend. I didn't of course, the Yankees. Now in the midst of their first of two west coast trips this season, they'll do another one around Labor Day weekend or the week before Labor Day. But right now, they'll wrap things up in Anaheim with the angels. And then they'll go to San Francisco a trip that I by the way would love to have made just wasn't able to get it together between work stuff. And then also this weekend quick side note, yours truly will be hosting the friends of Saint Jude New York gala at the National Geographic space in Times Square. Did it last year they had to thirty fifth rooftop this year in Times Square at National Geographic? I hear it's a very cool events space. It's a great night of food and drink, and of course, benefits and amazing 'cause with our friends.
"york" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"And then basically after every series that they want including the World Series, then blast in New York. New York in the clubhouse. If you listen to the podcast last week. I caught up with Gary Sheffield, and I caught up with him at David Ortiz's celebrity golf classic that he has in the Dominican Republic to benefit his children's fund. John rule New Yorker Yenkey fan performed at the golf classic on the Saturday night. I believe her Friday night of the golf classic jar rule performed. And of course, he's got that big. Song New York, right? I think it's called New York New York action. It's got fat Joe on a two. Big Papi, actually stopped the performance to request that song. I kid you not. And so I caught up with big Papi the following morning. And I had to ask him. I was like is this a Saturday morning now actually on the golf course in the Dominican Republic at Qasr compo were staying beautiful resort. And I asked him if like this is going to be a thing. Now that, you know, Red Sox players four replaces fans are going to use these big New York songs to kind of stick. It does Yankee fans I will say this thing just me make everything more than two -taining. You know, a lot of friends in new your friends and family and your earliest one of my favorite artists, and in indus- own Kim out relag it because it's realities is life Sola buzz not about if you're from Boston from New York from from from the Dominican it's all about life life in general. So I remember when the sun today, and that's why I wanted to play last night. Hoppy, thanks for a great weekend. Anything I believe. His intentions, but I don't know what if the Yankees and Red Sox face off again in October. And we don't pull it out. I could see this, and I will say on the flip side of that. If the Yankees win. I don't wanna hear sweet Caroline in the clubhouse. I don't wanna hear trucking up to Boston. I don't wanna hear that dopey Augustan a song. I don't want to hear any of it. Give me some Frank. Gimme some J. Give me some John. Subtract the fire festival in a way. Rap on episode number nineteen of the pinstripe lanes podcast. Thank you for subscribing for rating reviewing wherever you get podcast. If you haven't please do so ratings going up on tunes and Google play. I saw so thank you for that. Also at pinstripe lanes, Facebook, Instagram, really active on Twitter Twitter is always kind of been my thing. It's just quick. And it's easy. And I like how immediate is as well. And you have to like, I don't know. There's there's all the social networks is a lot of superficial stuff. I feel like Twitter cuts through a little more though. But we're at pinstripe lanes on all of them. So thank you for following on those. We'll catch you next week for another episode of the pinstripe lanes podcast. Thanks for tuning in. Let's go Yankees..
"york" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"If you hear a little Brislin in the background. We're not as soundproof the room that we tape. The someone's getting a little hot on the twenty first floor of our building here in the financial district. And so we crack the window open on a nice spring evening here in downtown Manhattan Yankees currently playing the Astros finishing up their series before off date, and they come back home White Sox home. In the Bronx this weekend. Take it on the Yankees Friday night, Bernie Williams bobblehead night. I would imagine burn baby burn will be in attendance as well for that. Maybe we'll even throw out the first pitch Yankees, by the way, just today Gardner there. You go solo Homer to lead things off a garden party in. All right. So I promise we talk about Frank Sinatra New York, New York. Hopefully, we'll hear that. After some Yankee wins this weekend up in the Bronx think I'm gonna go to Saturday's game. It's funny. And I've tweeted about this before. But I was when I was a student Syracuse university Marty band deer who is a legendary music publishing executive came to speak at came one of my lecture classes that I'll stay at the time. I was a music industry. Courcelles a a lot of take as an elective. So Marty came and spoke, and he was talking about, you know, the whole publishing game for those that aren't familiar with music publishing. And obviously a lot of my background in my other life is been in music and music business. But basically anytime you hear a song public. Publicly, whether it's at a nightclub or in a commercial or at a stadium, the song writers and producers are receiving some type of royalty on that play in the deals vary with the songwriting and producing they have this point system that they use. So it all varies. But essentially, there's publishing companies like Marty's, and he's got the biggest one in essentially that come in and say, okay, you know, Yankee Stadium you play these songs, we rep these songwriters. These producers, you owe us this amount of money for playing the songs, and there's also licenses that they could buy to do it so on and so forth. But that's essentially the way it works. Marty came to speak Syracuse university, and he told us he was good friends with George Steinbrenner and he went to a Yankees game. And he sat in George Steinbrenner's box. And at the end of the game Yankees one they played Frank Sinatra, New York, New York and. They had the rights to that song Marty's company, and he turns to George and he says you're not paying the publishing fees on the song. What are you talking about and ever since then ever since that time that George happened to invite Marty to the game mardi Bandera in his company collected royalties on Frank Sinatra's, New York, New York, of course, for a long time. It was played only after Yankee wins and after Yankee losses the Liza Minnelli version would play LIZA. I don't know why how it took her took it so long to get to the Minnelli camp. But it did. And they complained and they said look either play it for wins. Like, you do a Franks or don't play at all. And so I don't know if there was going to be a lawsuit or what the deal is going to be. But the Yankees didn't want to deal with the trouble. And now if you go to a game, regardless of whether the keys win or lose they play Frank Sinatra's, New York, New York, of course, that song in the headlines last year during the playoffs after was it. Yes. Game. Three of the AL Diaz. Aaron judge in his bluetooth speaker as little boombox walking by the Red Sox clubhouse blasting New York, New York judges, of course, since come out and said that it wasn't intentional. He wasn't trying to stick it to Robert into their face. Of course, the Red Sox. You know, all that story ends. We don't need to recap it. And in addition to them winning it all then than going on in playing New York New York, both after they won the AL Diaz..
"york" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"But that floor is one fifty. Beautiful seats because you're right behind home. But you are in the two hundred level as opposed to the champion seats, which are feel level. So again, you've got the different floors. If your first of all, it's good to know that there are floors because if you're waiting it out before a game, you think a tickets to get cheaper and cheaper and cheaper. It might not it might have already hit its floor A B. It's good to know what the floors are. So that you can judge based on your budget for the game. And you know, again, a champion, obviously, if you're going to spend the one fifty and get the cheapest champions seat that you can you're going to go to the ballpark on an empty stomach. If you're meeting friends before the game for food, or what have you then maybe that's not going to be the case. But as far as again, the ticket floors, you get that pinstripe pass super cheap, and you get some of the grandstand tickets super cheap, but premiums sweet levels. You definitely want to go with champions. And I don't know if he's there because I haven't sat there yet this year. But my man bird is over in the think, it's the kettle one lounge along the first base line in the champion. Sweet. Please tell them we say Hello good, man. All right. When we come back. Frank Sinatra New York, New York, it's being played in the stadium for it's been happening. A while now for both wins and losses. We'll give you a little background on that. And a surprise guest. Joining us to talk about New York, New York which made headlines last year, there's a little bit of a clue for you more pinstripe planes podcast coming up next. And while the backup number nineteen inside season. Two of the pinstripe lanes podcast. I'm ralphie Aversa. Of course, you can find us at pinstripe lanes on all of your favorite social networks..
"york" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)
"Purpose might work with with athletes. You know, there's there's PT's on the medical staff for the New York Yankees. But physical therapists work with all people of abilities level. So this is actually a language issue. That's right in the heart of of my role to physical therapy is they're they're talking about disability being people who who might be born with with something that we've preclude them from doing something versus an injury. So they've actually separated that so now. Yeah. Now, referring to it as the I L now, what did we Ridgely bring me in for the labor them. That's whatever he wants to know. So the shoulder and the hip are both ball and socket joints. I think we can really visualize that if you ball up one fist, and you and you cut your other hand over it. That's the ball and socket. The hip is a really really deep ball and socket when you hear someone dislocating a hip that's a devastating injury. Just like Bo Jackson when he dislocated his hip which led to his career shortening injury. But the shoulders also technically a ball and socket. Joint. And it's but it's not as deep as the hip. So I was I was taught it's really easy to visualize. It's more of a golf ball on a Gulf te- that technically is still a ball and socket joint. But it's not as deep and the labor comes in as kind of a gasket, it's this cartilage ring that helps to deepen the golf tee around the golf ball. If we're using that analogy for the shoulder and the issue with the labor, MS throwing overhead, and this is where you get a little league coaches trying to limit innings in players. It has a lot to do with elbow health. But also shoulder health is that labor is this cartilage ring that helps deepen that socket..
"york" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"Money as opposed to covering whoever New York rappers or LA rappers. It was undercover cash money because it was a lot of politics in closed doors and secrets, and and stories and issues that they were trying to keep secret. Yes. Continue to this solved. Exactly. And and you, you know, wanted to be able to tell the stories and speak on the stories and but at the same time, you know, you're trying to have a relationship because you're rap outlet, you know, and also the crew was difficult in general to chase down the amount of people the way they moved everything about it, but universal did a great job handling them. I mean, through and through from day one when Washington, you know it was the Spelman there was they were, you know, Vicki Charles you, that'll be they were an who Simon Dino convey value. Right? They were all knew how to move them, knew how to work them, but it was hard. You know, I mean, but it was I Don. I mean, everything was everything was. The different team. It's still hard. I think of the impact that they've had on the culture versus how much we know about them how they operated and it really seems like, you know, it's like this iceberg right, where the little tip is outside of the water, and then there's all, as you say, all these secrets, all these backroom dealings, and I feel like it's complicated relationships. Like, I think that was a big factor and it was the complicated relationships with the artists with Berman with Ron on, you know, they slim, I think that was a big part of it. You know? I mean, they had issues as having these father figures to them and at the same time, having business relationships in the same time dealing with addictions and then it same time not wanting everyone to know everything because these guys are becoming bigger and bigger stars. I think there were a lot of complications with a four man rap group and see, but it seems like one of the great sort of untold stories in hip hop and a lot of ways that you know there are these questions that will never have. I used to cash money stu- I mean, up until wins, fight with Birdman through this. Biggest questions. I'm curious. I don't know if I can even God. What by biggest questions. Look at look at the earliest cash money releases. Okay. Yeah, it's just I'll just throw that out. Where did the money tried to cover? I wanna follow the money, the teeth I want the, I want the thirteen thousand Trump tax expose for cash money, right. Well, yes. I mean, you can't dig knowledge the cash money movement, and I, we got this far without injured individually focusing on Birdman, you know, and the character that he is and there's nobody like him. And let's talk about the relationship between him in Wayne because I was very struck when I interviewed them the sheer affection between the two of them and this is of course in a one or two or kissing picture. Yeah, I mean, of course, but just like they the very Birdman very clearly felt Wayne was his child. There was a total father like father likes. Oh. With a total related, was that you don't have? No, not at all. Not at all. Says me, you know, I don't think so at all. I think that you then headed layer of money and your father and son relationship normally don't have that right. You've got this fatherly figure, and then you've got a business side of it and wing got huge Wayne, got huge. Nobody ever thought whims going to get as big as he did. You know, he started to get bigger. He started to get bigger. I remember when Elliott was our editor and he was deciding whether to do the solo cover on him or not, you know, was he ready for his first show they'll cover and then it was like, yeah, you know, I think we split them with being for the first cover. Sure a beanie Siegel, but you know, and then it was an obvious after that I was like, you wanna go with gold and get a golden and succeed to do a little wing cover. And to this day, no disrespect to John..
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"That's missed to nine nine zero zero zero. And February of nineteen nineteen. Alvin York went back to the site of the events of October eighth of the prior year as part of an inquiry to determine whether he should be awarded the medal of honor. He was asked York, how did you do it? And he answered, sir, it is not manpower a higher power than manpower guided and watched over me and told me what to do and that idea underpinned his entire life. From this point, he didn't want to really take credit for what had happened or focus on the war. But by the time you work return to the US on may twenty second nineteen nineteen. He was famous largely. Thanks to that Saturday Evening Post article. He was welcomed as a national hero and greeted with ticker tape parades, and the press was eager to report on what he had done. He had rooms at the waldorf-astoria, thanks to the Tennessee society of New York, and he saw plays on Broadway almost. Mmediately film producers began contacting him about making a movie and trying to convince him to sell the rights to his story. He got offers for book deals and vaudeville tours as well, but he really was not comfortable with this. Although he had reconciled himself to his military service. He still didn't think what he had done should be glorified. He thought he had done what needed to be done and that he should not become famous for it. And then once he realized that he was famous for it, whether he wanted to be or not, he didn't think he should exploited that fame for his own personal gain. Even his letters home during this time, don't talk about things like earning the medal of honor. They really focus on whatever was happening in pow York was discharged from the army on may twenty ninth nineteen nineteen and he married Gracie Williams on June. Seventh, even the wedding was affected by his newfound fame, Tennessee governor. Albert h Roberts traveled to Powell Mao to act as a fishing alongside pastor. Pile. There were about five thousand onlookers at this wedding as well. The couple decided to get married outside on a rock ledge in the mountains so that everybody who wanted to could see it York got a lot of offers of money and endorsement deals, and he turned them all down. The only gift that he accepted was a farm which the rotary club had told him would be his free and clear, but they didn't actually get the donations. They were hoping for to be able to do that and York wound up on the hook for roughly twenty five thousand dollars about ten thousand dollars for the land itself, which the rotary club had bought, but still owed all that money on and about fifteen thousand dollars to build a house on it. This was a serious financial problem that was more money than York would be able to earn from the farm in a lifetime. And as word spread about it and effort started in congress, have your designated a retired army officer which would entitle him to pay and benefits. That effort dragged on for decades, but the debt on the farm was actually paid off in nineteen twenty one after additional fundraising almost immediately after his return home, Alvin York focused extensively on one goal, providing educational opportunities for the people of pow and ferris county. As we said earlier, this part of the state was extremely impoverished. It was very isolated. Most of the rural counties in this part of Tennessee were so poor that there just weren't enough tax revenues to fund a school. Ventures county had no high school at all. When you got out of the service, but York's time in the army had significantly broaden his horizons and his view of the world. And he realized that his lack of education was a huge detriment. He wanted the children living in interest county to have quote, liberating influences and educational advantages which were denied me. In his words, I was called to lead my people toward a sensible modern education. Soon after. Returning home. He founded the nonprofit Alvin c York foundation York personally raised about fifteen thousand dollars and the state of Tennessee and county. Each contributed about fifty thousand dollars toward starting a school along with other fundraising efforts. The result was vocational school called the Alvin c York agricultural institute. They broke ground on the school on may eighth nineteen twenty six, and they started holding classes in nineteen twenty nine. The school was built in the county seat of Jamestown inventors county not far away from pow running concurrently with the creation of the school was another obstacle. There were no paved roads inventors county, which would make it difficult to impossible for some students to even reach the school. So York went to the state capital of Nashville to convince the highway Commissioner to build a highway. And the result of that effort was a thirty two mile. It's about fifty two kilometers highway across the county that's now known as the Alvin c York memorial highway. Then again, using his own money and money. He personally raised York bought school buses and hired bus drivers to drive them. And throughout all of this York was actually teaching himself. He was teaching himself to be an educator administrator and public speaker. Arthur s bushing who was from New York, but had married a woman from ferris county acted as your tutor and speechwriter and traveled with him as he tried to raise funds, York was also encountering heavy resistance to what he was doing. This was happening basically at the same time as the scopes trial that we've talked about before, and there was an ongoing standardization of education that was causing a lot of concern resistance and a lot of places. And then everyone specifically infectious county was making a subsistence level of of living through farming. This was only possible if their children worked on the farm for much of the year instead of attending school. So in your own words. Quote, I begun to work almost as soon as I could walk, and that was really just the reality of life in Ventura County children had to work from the minute they were able to or else their families simply could not survive York also encountered heavy resistance from the county's elite residents for having no formal education and no training and no experience with any of this. They thought the idea that an uneducated man from rural Tennessee could figure out how to plan open enrollment school was completely ridiculous. No matter what heroism he had evidenced in the war, this resistance, even involved legal action with an attorney claiming that York was trespassing and the county board of education serving the school and eviction notice. But York persevered and twice during the great depression. When funding ran short on the institute, he mortgaged his home to personally pay the salaries of the bus drivers and the teachers at the school. He ran the school himself until nineteen thirty seven at which point all the infighting and how. Ability from the county elite made it basically impossible for him to continue york-new. The turning the school over to the county would be a disaster. The county had been trying to stop him from doing it for a decade. So he arranged for the state to take it over and the Tennessee legislature became responsible for its funding and operation because York focused on this institute with such single-minded determination doing so much of it himself and educating himself in order to get it done and did it in the face of so much opposition. Both he and some of his descendants have described it as a bigger accomplishment than the one that earned him the medal of honor. Even though he wasn't running the school anymore. After nineteen thirty, seven York continued to be involved and continued to raise funds for education. Then as World War Two began in Europe. York finally agreed to sell the rights to his story to a film producer. He made the deal with Jesse Lasky who had started talking to him about it way back in one thousand nine hundred. Eighteen and Harry Warner president of Warner Brothers. They finalize that deal in nineteen forty. Your kid really wanted the spill to be about his quest to open a school, but as the war in Europe got worse. The producers persuaded him to instead focus on his wartime service and to make a really patriotic film that would serve as a message that the United States should intervene and as an inspiration to young men to serve. This might seem like a very strange focus refill about a man who had felt so conflicted about his own service. Aside from his service in World War One and the years of World War Two York was a pacifist for all of his post conversion life. And in the years after World War One was over, he sometimes wondered whether it had even been worth it, but he absolutely saw the need for intervention in World War Two. He was advocating for the United States to intervene against Japan in nineteen thirty six in the face of just increasing Japanese aggression against China. And in one thousand nine thirty eight, he was advocating for the United States to quote, knock Hitler off the block. This was in total opposition to a widespread strain of America. First 'isolation ISM in the years, leading up to Pearl Harbor being bombed. It was a deeply unpopular stand for your to take, and he took it knowing that it could harm his efforts to raise money for the institute, the movie sergeant York debuted in nineteen forty one with Gary Cooper in the starring role. That was something that your himself had requested in this film was a huge financial success for Warner Brothers. It was the biggest box office hit of nineteen forty one. It also earned two Academy Awards. One for Cooper's work as an actor in another film editing and it was nominated in nine other categories including best picture and best director York earned about one hundred fifty thousand dollars on the film, and he put almost all of that money right into the institute when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor Hawaii on December seventh nineteen forty one. Sergeant York was still in theaters. It had been planned from the outset as a patriotic movie, but it seemed even more so after the attack and after the United States entry into the war at the same time, the movie was criticized as basically being wartime propaganda and it was played on American military bases and distributed to all the allies in the war York volunteered to return to service during World War Two. But his age and some health issues kept him from doing so. Instead he was made a major in the army signal corps. He toured the United States on behalf of the war department, giving patriotic speeches and encouraging military service in the purchasing of war bonds. He also served on the selective service board infantries county and became a spokesperson for the fight for freedom committee in organization that was formed as a counter argument to Charles Lindbergh and the America first committee, your cat, a series of strokes toward the end of his life, including a serious one in nineteen fifty four after which he couldn't leave his bed. About a year later. He wound up in a six year, battle with the IRS over unpaid taxes throughout his life. Your kid been putting virtually all the money. He got into the institute and he hadn't withheld money to pay taxes on it. At one point, the IRS reported that he owed one hundred seventy two thousand dollars. They eventually agreed on a twenty five thousand dollar payment York died of a cerebral hemorrhage on September second nineteen sixty four at the age of seventy six. He was survived by his wife, Gracie and seven of their ten children. A statue of Alvin York was unveiled at the Tennessee capital on December thirteenth of nineteen sixty
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"york" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
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