Monday, August 01, 2016

Show Notes 07-31-2016

Sunday Show 7-31-16

Harlem burgeons as an art gallery district
The opening of the Clara Francis Gallery on Wednesday in a renovated Harlem storefront was an exciting moment for Haile King Rubie. It was the first solo show for the 26-year-old painter, whose expressive works are all the more remarkable because he was born with Down syndrome.
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Human Rights Leader: Justice Needed for Thousands of Yazidi Women and Girls Being Raped by Terrorists
The head of a human rights organization dedicated to helping save the Yazidis in Iraq and Syria from kidnapping, rape and death at the hands of terrorists said at a conference on Thursday that the world cannot expect the Yazidis to reconcile with the perpetrators and others in the region while thousands of women and girls are still being held captive, many of whom are “being raped every day.”
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The New Chipotle restaurants won't serve Mexican food
The new restaurant, Tasty Made, will stick to Chipotle's concept of serving, "food with integrity." They're simply swapping the beans and fajita veggies for burgers, fries and milkshakes.Chipotle's founder, Steve Ells, says he wanted to create a restaurant that had a very focused menu, reminiscent of the early days of fast food restaurants.
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Megyn ‘Eve’ Kelly Has Meltdown Over Trump Muslim Ban — Is Rebuked By Huckabee
On Friday’s Fox News Channel broadcast of “The Kelly File,” host Megyn Kelly confronted former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR) about GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s proposed temporary ban of Muslim refugees.
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How California's Sand Fire kindles hearts determined to help
Loading his trunk with seven cases of bottled water for donation, the high school history teacher drove nearly an hour from his home in Duarte, Calif., to Hart High School here in Santa Clarita, just north of Los Angeles. The campus was serving as a shelter for evacuees of the Sand Fire, which by midweek had burned through more than 38,000 acres of Angeles National Forest since sparking the Friday before.
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They’re not just gender voters.
“I am a Hillary supporter because we live in serious times and we need a serious person to be President of the United States. I think Hillary is the best woman for the job. She was first lady of Arkansas for nine years or ten years, almost ten years.”
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Western societies being told “get used to terrorism”
Terrorist attacks in Europe have become an almost daily occurrence. Attacks on police officers within the United States have increased dramatically within the last year. And the Republican candidate for president has staked his campaign on a promise of “restoring law and order.”
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Think black lives matter is helping blacks? 
A Washington Times columnist is counseling people to think twice about the White House-supported Black Lives Matter movement after a series of violent attacks against police officers.
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Yellowstone and beyond: Are the national parks being loved to death
Over the course of its venerable history, Yellowstone – America’s “wild wonderland” – has become the most iconic nature preserve on Earth, a place of pilgrimage for generations of travelers.
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