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Jazz Public Radio from the Jazz Capital of the World, New York City. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Lee Morgan, Charlie Parker, Cannonball Adderley, Arturo O'Farrill, Dave Stryker, Catherine Russell, Monty Alexander, Taylor Eigsti, Simone, Larry Coryell, Wayne Esoffery, John Ellis, Jonah Jones, George Wein, Ike Quebec WBGO is the global leader in jazz radio, broadcasting from the jazz capital of the world. Founded in 1979, WBGO is a publicly-supported cultural institution that preserves and elevates America’s music: jazz and blues. WBGO reaches a weekly audience of more than 400,000 in the New York/New Jersey metro area via 88.3FM. Through programs such as Jazz...
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Eugenia Len - Nadie
Bob Porter - Portraits In Blue
Aaron Diehl - Magnanimous Disguise
John Coltrane Quartet - Greensleeves
Nina Simone - Sinnerman
Albert King - Firing Line
Brian Delp - Mid-Day Jazz
Gary Walker - Morning Jazz
Bob James - Just Listen
John Coltrane - Mr. P.c.
Miles Davis - Miles Runs The Voodoo Down
Rubn Blades - Maestra Vida
Dizzy Gillespie - Duke's Last Soliloquy
Eric Reed & Cyrus Chestnut - Prayer
Clare Fischer - O Pato Takes A Train
Ramsey Lewis - Wade In The Water
Keanna Faircloth - Afternoon Jazz
Gary Walker - Morning Jazz
Eartha Kitt - Close Enough For Love
Coleman Hawkins - The Stampede
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  • Navy Will Dismantle USS Bonhomme Richard

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 05:22:00

    The U.S. Navy announced Monday it will decommission, rather than repair or repurpose, the USS Bonhomme Richard because of extensive damage from a fire while the vessel was in port. The Wasp-class amphibious assault ship was docked in San Diego when a fire broke out on July 12 . It took five days to extinguish the inferno. Ultimately, 40 sailors and 23 civilians were treated for minor injuries, according to the Navy. The ship was not so fortunate. Repairing or repurposing the ship, according to Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite, would be a billion-dollar battle. "We did not come to this decision lightly," Braithwaite said in a statement. "Following an extensive material assessment in which various courses of action were considered and evaluated, we came to the conclusion that it is not fiscally responsible to restore her." The Navy determined that the cost of restoring the ship could exceed $3 billion and it would take five to seven years from start to finish. Rebuilding and

  • So You Traveled Over Thanksgiving. Now What?

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 05:10:00

    Despite the repeated warnings of public health experts and officials, millions of people traveled for Thanksgiving. Perhaps you're one of them. So what should you do now to keep from creating the " surge upon a surge " of coronavirus cases that Dr. Anthony Fauci is warning the U.S. could soon face? "You have to assume you were exposed and you became infected" Dr. Deborah Birx, the coordinator of the White House's coronavirus task force, has this advice: Assume you picked up the virus. "If your family traveled, you have to assume you were exposed and you became infected, and you really need to get tested in the next week, and you need to avoid anyone in your family with comorbidities or are over 65," she told CBS' Face the Nation on Sunday. She recommends masking indoors if people in your household traveled or gathered with others for Thanksgiving. "If you're young and you gathered," Birx says, "you need to assume that you're infected and not go near your grandparents and aunts and

  • U.S. Shoppers Might Spend $13 Million Per Minute During Cyber Monday Peak

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 03:47:00

    U.S. shoppers are on track to spend more than $755 billion during the holiday shopping season in what's expected to be a new sales record despite the coronavirus recession. In fact, this year's Cyber Monday promises to become the largest online sales day in history. During the peak hour of 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Pacific time, shoppers could spend $13 million per minute, according to Adobe Digital Insights, which tracks online spending. Health officials have recommended against spending time in crowded stores as coronavirus cases surge yet again across the U.S., with tens of thousands of people hospitalized. But shoppers say they are drawn by discounts — and by the desire to celebrate and feel special. Over the weekend, top online purchases included Star Wars, Nerf and Paw Patrol toys, Apple AirPods and Watches and various video games, according to Adobe. Other hot items included air fryers, Lego sets and lounge clothes. Adobe also says sales of chess-related items tripled this month thanks

  • Arizona And Wisconsin Certify Election Results, Affirming Biden Victories

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 03:32:00

    Updated at 5:37 p.m. ET Officials in Arizona and Wisconsin have certified their states' presidential election results, affirming President-elect Joe Biden's razor-thin victories over President Trump in the two key swing states. The certifications on Monday come as the president and his legal team continue to tout unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud. Biden won Arizona by slightly more than 10,000 votes, earning him the 11 electoral votes in a state that a Democratic presidential nominee hadn't carried since Bill Clinton in 1996. Biden won Wisconsin by just over 20,000 votes, earning the state's 10 electoral votes. Trump had narrowly won Wisconsin in 2016. Monday's certification follows a recount in Wisconsin's two most populous counties, paid for by the Trump campaign and completed Sunday , in which Biden's lead grew by 87 votes. Trump had said that his team would file a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's results. Sen.-elect Mark Kelly prepares to speak at an election night event in

  • Israeli Tourism Ministry Warns Against Discussing Sensitive Topics With UAE Citizens

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 03:08:00

    Don't promote democracy, talk about the royal families or comment on treatment of foreign workers. Israel is advising tourism professionals and businesspeople to avoid discussing those and other sensitive political topics with residents of the United Arab Emirates, as it protects its new peace deal with the Gulf Arab country and promotes new daily flights between Dubai and Tel Aviv, launched last week. "United Arab Emirates: Do and Do Not," the tourism ministry's 29-page Hebrew-language advisory published Nov. 8 , is the first public Israeli government comment on the issue of Emirati political freedoms, but it stops short of criticizing alleged abuses. "The United Arab Emirates is not a democratic country and it is not acceptable to speak about democracies as a preferred model of government," the advisory says. It also recommends "not to speak to Emiratis about the royal families," "avoid speaking about local politics" and "avoid speaking about government or state policy towards

  • A COVID-19 Vaccine Has Come Quick, But Expert Says That's No Reason To Fear It

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 02:54:00

    Two COVID-19 vaccines are moving toward an emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration, and both have been found to be more than 94% effective. Yet despite progress on the vaccine front, misinformation continues to spread, fueling doubts among skeptics who may decide not to take the vaccine at all. Heidi Larson, the director of the Vaccine Confidence Project and author of the book Stuck: How Vaccine Rumors Start and Why They Don't Go Away , has seen this before. As an anthropologist who has spent years traveling the globe studying vaccine misinformation, she says "any news about vaccines always raises questions." "One of the things I've learned is [to] never assume what's in the minds of people and the reasons that people question or refuse vaccines," Larson said in an interview with NPR's All Things Considered on Wednesday. There are any number of factors that feed into distrust around vaccines, says Larson. For example, fear that freedom of choice is being

  • More Americans Pay Rent On Credit Cards As Lawmakers Fail To Pass Relief Bill

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 02:54:00

    With their savings running out, many Americans are being forced to use credit cards to pay for bills they can't afford — even their rent. Housing experts and economists say this is a blinking-red warning light that without more relief from Congress, the economy is headed for even more serious trouble. There's been as much as a 70% percent increase from last year in people paying rent on a credit card, according to an analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. "If you're putting your rent payments on to a credit card, that shows you're really at risk of eviction," says Shamus Roller, executive director of the nonprofit National Housing Law Project. "That means you've run out of savings; you've probably run out of calls to family members to get them to loan you money." Marine Madesclaire could be faced with the choice of paying her rent on credit, too. Before the pandemic hit, she felt like she was hitting her stride. The 29-year-old Los Angeles actor was doing lots of

  • California Hospitalizations From COVID-19 Surging; ICUs May Be Overwhelmed In Weeks

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 02:38:00

    Updated at 7:17 p.m. ET California hospitals are in a new surge of COVID-19 cases, and if trends continue, state intensive care units could be overwhelmed by Christmas Eve. The state saw a new daily high for coronavirus cases, reaching 14,034 and an overall total of 1,212,968. An additional 20 deaths were reported for a total of 19,141. As of Monday, 8,578 people are in California hospitals with COVID-19. Overall, 75% of ICU beds are occupied — and without intervention could reach 112% by Dec. 24, according to projections shared by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday. The state will consider further restrictions over the next two days similar to the shutdown order implemented earlier this year with "modifications," Newsom said. Black and Latino residents are being disproportionately affected by the virus and are more likely to die from it, according to the Los Angeles Times . Latinos are almost three times more likely than whites to test positive after adjusting for population. Current case

  • China Refuses To Apologize To Australia Over Official's Tweet Of Doctored Image

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 02:06:00

  • Watch Sullivan Fortner and Adam Birnbaum Play a Concert From the Yamaha Piano Salon

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 00:56:06

    Join us at noon E.T. for a #GivingTuesday concert co-presented by the American Pianists Association, which has crowned both artists with its Cole Porter Fellowship.

  • Author Tracks The Life And Liberal Legacy Of Sen. Ted Kennedy

    wbgo.org Tuesday, 1 December 2020 00:37:00

    DAVE DAVIES, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. I'm Dave Davies, in today for Terry Gross. Our guest today Neal Gabler is known, among other things, as a film critic and a historian of the entertainment world. But his new book is about politics and the course of American liberalism over the past 50 years. He's written the first volume of a two-part biography of the late Senator Edward Kennedy. Kennedy was the youngest of three charismatic brothers who ran for president in the 20th century. His life was marked by notable political achievements but also by tragedy and scandal. And while he never secured the Democratic nomination for president, he became a force in the Senate where he served for nearly 47 years, a proponent of liberal ideas until his death in 2009. Neal Gabler is the author of five previous books, including biographies of Walter Winchell, Walt Disney and Barbra Streisand. He joins us from his home in Amagansett in Long Island to talk about his new book, "Catching The Wind: Edward

  • Supreme Court Looks For Ways To Wait Out Trump On Key Census Question

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 23:48:00

    Updated at 5:24 p.m. ET At the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, the justices expressed doubts about a plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from a key census count — the first time unauthorized immigrants would not be counted for purposes of drawing new congressional districts. The Constitution mandates that the "whole number of persons" living in each state be counted to figure out how many congressional seats and Electoral College votes are allocated to each state. But in July, President Trump issued a memorandum instructing the U.S. Census Bureau to exclude all undocumented immigrants from the count used for apportionment purposes. At the high court Monday, acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall was in the unenviable position of telling the justices he didn't know how many "illegal aliens" Trump plans to exclude. "As of this very morning," he said, "career experts at the Census Bureau confirmed with me that they still don't know even roughly how many illegal aliens it'll be able to

  • Newsmax Rises On Wave Of Resentment Toward Media — Especially Fox News

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 23:47:00

    Updated at 3:03 p.m. Right now, Newsmax TV is trying to outfox Fox News. No media outlet has done more to bolster President Trump over the past four years than Fox News. Yet the acknowledgment by Fox's reporters, anchors and even many opinion hosts that Democratic nominee Joe Biden won the election has provided an opening for the network's much smaller rival to peel off Trump's fans. "It was an organic thing across social media and elsewhere," Newsmax founder and CEO Christopher Ruddy said in an interview. He said the message was: "Take a look at Newsmax. Their coverage is more fair." "More fair" meaning more willing to deny political reality. Trump is touting Newsmax on social media. He has ladled his Twitter feed with healthy servings of resentment toward Fox News. Fox was the first network to project that Biden had won the key state of Arizona, signaling Trump would likely lose; his anger was further stoked by its recognition of Biden as the president-elect. Contrast that with

  • The Winding Journey Of Avril Haines, Biden's Pick To Lead U.S. Intelligence

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 23:23:00

    For someone poised to become the ultimate insider as the director of national intelligence, Avril Haines spent her formative years more as a hipster and an outsider. An only child raised on the West Side of New York, she spent her teenage years helping care for her ailing mother, who died when Haines was 15. As soon as she finished high school, Haines set out on a series of adventures. She began with a stint at an elite judo academy in Japan, earning a brown belt. Her next stop was the University of Chicago, where she studied theoretical physics, a highly competitive department dominated by men. She also loved rebuilding cars and airplanes, and eventually learned to fly. "She bought a used Cessna and rebuilt the avionics herself and tried to fly across the Atlantic Ocean and crash-landed near the Newfoundland coast," said David Priess , a former CIA officer who has written extensively about the agency's leaders. The aborted trip wasn't a total disaster. Her co-pilot and flight

  • Biden Is Good News For Europe, But China Challenges Await

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 23:10:00

    President-elect Joe Biden has chosen a national security team that backs traditional U.S. alliances, which has been met with relief in much of Europe after nearly four years of hostility from President Trump. Take Antony Blinken , Biden's nominee for secretary of state. He spent part of his childhood in Paris, speaks impeccable French and is an avowed supporter of the trans-Atlantic relationship. "We would, under Joe Biden, return to our seat at NATO's table, not threaten to leave NATO or treat it like a protection racket," Blinken said this month, speaking to the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition , an organization that supports American diplomacy. "We would engage the European Union, instead of actually encouraging countries to leave it or treating it like it's some kind of an enemy." Relations will no doubt be far more cordial under Biden. But Europe and the U.S. have genuine differences that transcend the Trump administration. They include a wide range of issues, such as the long

  • President-Elect Biden Names Core Members Of His Economic Team

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 22:10:00

    Updated at 12:45 a.m. ET With the American economy on uneven footing as coronavirus cases surge nationwide, President-elect Joe Biden formally announced top members of his incoming economic team on Monday. The nominees and appointees include former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. NPR reported last week that Biden would seek to make Yellen the nation's first female treasury secretary. Like previous staff announcements, the economic team tapped by the Biden-Harris transition features people who've worked in earlier Democratic administrations. Cecilia Rouse was nominated as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. If confirmed, she'll be the first Black woman, and just the fourth woman overall, to lead the CEA since it was established nearly 75 years ago. Rouse currently serves as dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs. She was a member of the CEA during the Obama administration and worked on the National Economic Council serving as a special assistant to

  • New Zealand Charges 13 Parties Over Deaths At White Island Volcano

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 21:59:00

    New Zealand's government has filed charges over the volcano eruption that killed 22 people on White Island last year, saying operators that brought tourists to see the country's most active volcano failed to follow health and safety rules. Officials say 47 people were on the island when the volcano erupted in the early afternoon of Dec. 9, sending a plume of ash, toxic gas and rocks some 12,000 feet into the sky. Rescue crews rushed to find survivors, and recovery teams spent roughly two weeks trying to find victims. The eruption was unexpected, but it wasn't unforeseeable, according to WorkSafe New Zealand, the country's workplace safety agency. "Those who went to the island, did so with the reasonable expectation that there were appropriate systems in place to ensure they made it home healthy and safe," WorkSafe Chief Executive Phil Parkes said in a statement issued Monday. The eruption was a "hydrothermal explosion," the U.S. Geological Survey determined. "The volcano had been

  • Peter Guralnick Is 'Looking To Get Lost' In The Stories Of American Music Icons

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 21:17:00

    In his decades-long career, Peter Guralnick has written about some of the biggest icons in American music. He wrote what may be the definitive books on Elvis Presley, as well as biographies of singer Sam Cooke and Sun Records founder Sam Phillips. His latest work, Looking to Get Lost: Adventures in Music and Writing , is a collection of essays, based on his interviews with many legends of early rock and roll, blues and country. At the center of it is Guralnick himself — because, in some ways, the book is about his own journey in music journalism. Guralnick is the son of an oral surgeon. He grew up in Massachusetts with big dreams of being a novelist, but as a teenager in the late 1950s, he got bitten by the blues. He writes, "I lived it, breathed it, absorbed it by osmosis, fantasized it. Don't ask me why." Even now, he says he can't quite explain why he was so instantly compelled. "At 15 or 16, the brother of a friend of mine went to the Newport Folk Festival, and he brought back

  • Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate Gets More Good News

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 18:12:00

    The biotech company Moderna released new data Monday morning that strengthens the case for its COVID-19 vaccine. It concludes the vaccine is 94% effective — and strongly protects against serious illness. Based on these latest findings, the company plans to submit an application for emergency use authorization to the Food and Drug Administration today. They build on Moderna's previously reported findings, based on a smaller number of cases detected in its study of about 30,000 volunteers. Overall, the study identified 185 cases in the people who received a placebo shot, compared with 11 cases in people who got the active vaccine. These latest findings are similar to results from Pfizer, which has developed a similar vaccine. And, like the Pfizer vaccine , this one seems to prevent severe cases. "There were 30 cases on placebo and zero cases that were on the vaccine," says Dr. Stephen Hoge, the president of Moderna. "So, it looks like in the trial we've been 100% effective at preventing

  • Diego Maradona Doctor Under Investigation In Soccer Legend's Death

    wbgo.org Monday, 30 November 2020 16:58:00

    Police searched the home and offices of the personal doctor of deceased soccer legend Diego Maradona, amid questions over his medical treatment. Argentine prosecutors announced Sunday they are investigating the death of Maradona as well as his personal doctor, Leopoldo Luque, five days after the former player's death. Maradona reportedly suffered a heart attack Nov. 25 at his home following surgery that took place weeks prior to relieve swelling in his brain. He was 60. Luque was the neurosurgeon for that procedure. Police raided the offices and home of Luque outside Buenos Aires Sunday, according to Buenos Aires Times . Police took information related to Maradona's medical history, computers, notebooks, and other documents. The investigation stems from questions that were raised by Maradona's family over the circumstances surrounding his Nov. 25 death, prosecutors said Sunday. Maradona's lawyer, Matias Morla, had posted Thursday on Twitter, demanding an investigation into the soccer

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