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Red Collar
Ivy League Killer

Red Collar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 47:32


The killing of Thomas Gilbert Sr. and the arrest of his 30-year-old son Tommy divided Manhattan high society: Did Tommy Gilbert have a psychotic break, or was he a spoiled playboy who killed his dad for cutting his allowance? Source materials for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://redcollarpodcast.com/  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Choiceology with Katy Milkman
Expect the Unexpected With Guests Abigail Sussman, Howie Jeon, and Greg Golden

Choiceology with Katy Milkman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 32:56


Perhaps this scenario seems familiar. Let's say you generally do a good job of sticking to your monthly budget, but a rare opportunity arises—maybe a favorite musical artist is in town, or you've been invited to a friend's 25th anniversary event—and you blow past your regular spending limit. It's all right—you'll just have to tighten your belt a bit next month. But then your phone stops working, and you have to buy a new model. And now your car needs an expensive repair. Again, these are not ordinary expenses, so you chalk it up to life and go back to your usual budget. And then the invitation to a destination wedding arrives …In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we explore a common error around the way individuals and organizations categorize seemingly exceptional expenses.Food trucks have come a long way since their humble beginnings as purveyors of meat pies and coffee for day laborers. Today, there's a stunning variety of culinary options: from simple french fries to French haute cuisine, from ice cream to iced lattes, from Vietnamese pho to Mongolian pot stickers. And while these businesses may seem relatively straightforward to run, food trucks and small restaurants run into their fair share of unexpected costs.You hear from two food truck entrepreneurs. Greg Golden runs the delightful Mustache Pretzels, which he built from the ground up in Phoenix, Arizona. Greg was confident in his idea and his product but quickly ran into a series of financially painful setbacks on his way to a thriving business.Howie Jeon started his food truck business, Yumpling, with two partners and found success providing Taiwanese-inspired dumplings and other fusion fare to the lunch crowd in Manhattan. But when it came time to expand into a permanent brick-and-mortar restaurant, Howie and his partners faced a litany of challenges, not least of which was a global pandemic.Abigail Sussman joins Katy to discuss the ways in which we tend to dismiss or miscategorize expenses that fall outside of our regular budgets. These categorization errors can have a profound impact on businesses large and small—and also on personal budgets. You'll hear about strategies to help deal with this tendency and to better prepare for expenses that seem exceptional but are often inevitable. Abigail Sussman is an associate professor of marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. You can read her research paper with Adam Alter titled The Exception Is the Rule: Underestimating and Overspending on Exceptional Expenses for more information on the phenomenon.Choiceology is an original podcast from Charles Schwab. For more on the series, visit schwab.com/podcast.If you enjoy the show, please leave a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ rating or review on Apple Podcasts. Important DisclosuresAll expressions of opinion are subject to change without notice in reaction to shifting market conditions.The comments, views, and opinions expressed in the presentation are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of Charles Schwab.Data contained herein from third-party providers is obtained from what are considered reliable sources. However, its accuracy, completeness or reliability cannot be guaranteed.The book How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or endorsed by Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (CS&Co.). Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (CS&Co.) has not reviewed the book and makes no representations about its content.(0921-1A9D)

The Tuddle Daily Podcast
Episode 492: Tuddle Daily Podcast 484 “Audio Breakdown Of My Trip To See Ron & Fez In New York”

The Tuddle Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 43:38


Charlie Alaimo Joins me and we break down the audio of my first trip to Manhattan to be on the Ron And Fez Show on WNEWRon and Fez Give me Flair chopsRon and Fez mess with me about marking out to Opie And Anthony Ron and Fez want me to tour NY City with a rebel flagCallers have real heat with me. And the proposition that my new neighbor made it me. All voicemails are welcomed even the ones that say I suck because they'll go right to the front of the line 407-270-3044 and I promise all calls are anonymousDonate to help upgrade equipment for my podcast PayPal.me/tuddleOnTheRadioEMAILtuddle@Gmail.comWEBSITEStuddle.netYOUTUBEYouTube.com/tuddlePODCAST PLATFORMSPodomatictuddle.Podomatic.comTuneIn Radiohttp://tun.in/pjOR7iTunes Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tuddle-podcast/id1501964749iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-tuddle-podcast-59498985?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=trueSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/1ZHRedrnxvAX4CnAFybSJe?si=D1Juw7NuSIqIXVWbMsj99Q315 Livehttps://315live.com/category/tuddle/SOCIAL MEDIATwitter.com/tuddleYouTube.com/tuddleFacebook.com/tuddleInstagram.com/tuddleLinkedIn.com/in/tuddleTikTok.com/@tuddleOnTheRadiohttps://www.reddit.com/r/Tuddle/rigthitt batch 

Folksalert
S3 - EP 164 - Author Richard Milner Remembering His Best Friend Melvin Van Peebles

Folksalert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 56:43


Influential director Melvin Van Peebles died on Tuesday night at home in Manhattan. The 89-year-old director was best known for his independent films Watermelon Man (1970) and Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (1971). He was also the father of Mario Van Peebles, with whom he wrote and directed the movie Panther in 1995. The elder Van Peebles told NPR that year he considered that film a history lesson for kids too young to remember the Panthers' community activism. SHOW CREDITS Host: Keko - http://twitter.com/therealkeko Co Host - Magdalena Producer: Mac Redd Guest: Richard Milner Music Guest: na Background Music: Youtube.com/ nk music Background Video: Youtube.com/ the Dronalist Donation: https://cash.app/$folksalert Phone: 646-54-FOLKS Email: info@folksalert.com Web site: http://folksalert.com IG: http://instagram.com/onlyfolks_ Twitter: http://twitter.com/folksalert

CounterVortex Podcast
CounterVortex Episode 90: Anti-Semitism and propaganda -- again

CounterVortex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 13:53


In Episode 90 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg examines claims from New York's Gov. Kathy Hochul and local politicians of "anti-Semitic graffiti" spray-painted along Manhattan's Harlem River Drive on the eve of Yom Kippur. The governor's press release did not tell us what the graffiti actually said. This is rather critical information, given the contemporary controversies about what constitutes an anti-Semitic slur, and the confusion between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism. Yet most media coverage uncritically accepted Hochul's claims. Weinberg parses the facts in the case, and (as usual) finds plenty to criticize on both sides: the spray-painters and the politicians. Listen on SoundCloud or via Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/countervortex Production by Chris Rywalt We ask listeners to donate just $1 per weekly episode via Patreon. We now have 28 subscribers. If you appreciate our work, please become Number 29!

Podcast Talent Coach
The Power of Being Vulnerable – PTC 355

Podcast Talent Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 33:56


It is scary to put yourself out there and be vulnerable. But, it is also powerful. When you are working to build engagement with your audience, you need to be a bit vulnerable. That's what makes you lovable. BOOTCAMP Before we jump into it, I want to give you a little update on the project I'm working on. Last week I mentioned that I am putting together a workshop where I will take your hand and walk you through every step of the way to your goals. You've given me a ton of great feedback, and I really appreciate it. So much feedback that I'm still going through all of it to determine exactly what you need and what the workshop will do for you. It will take me another week or two to get it all put together. I can't thank you enough for all of the responses to the survey. This workshop will be something where we actually get work done. I don't want to create just another empty webinar like you find everywhere else. I want to create a full day event that will help you get the work done. That's why it's a workshop. We will actually do the work together. Once all of the feedback is reviewed, I'll put it all together for you. Thanks for being patient. It is coming. Now, let's talk about building engagement, being vulnerable and attracting your ideal clients so you can make more money with your podcast. THE PROFIT You've heard the saying. People do business with those they know, like and trust. I was watching an episode of Streets of Dreams with Marcus Lemonis the other night. You might know him from the CNBC television show The Profit. On the episode, Marcus was researching the diamond district in New York City. It is a one-block stretch of 47th Streen in Manhattan between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. This block is one of the primary centers of the global diamond industry. As Marcus was talking pricing with the jewelers, he asked about appraisal. How do you know the diamond is actually worth the asking price? The jeweler said, "You just have to trust me." Now, this bracelet Marcus was buying had an asking price of $30k or $35k. This guy just wanted Marcus to trust him. Even as they looked through that little magnifying glass at the perfection of the diamond, the jeweler told Marcus that most people have no idea what they are looking at. They have no idea how to price a diamond. You need a trained eye. The same is true when you get your car serviced. You just need to trust the mechanic when he tells you that your car needs new brakes or the seal on your header is cracked. I have no idea what good and bad brakes look like. THE TRUST The sale is all about the trust. Your potential client needs to trust that you are telling the truth. However, they also need to trust that your solution will work for them, that they can actually do it and that it delivers the results you promise. Many people want to learn the art of the close. Closing the deal is only about 10% of the sales process. Building rapport is the majority of the journey. Trust is the primary reason you need to build rapport with your potential clients. They need to believe what you are telling them. If you are simply talking about the features of your stuff and how much it costs, you've already lost your prospect. Build a relationship with your future client before you ever discuss your solution. To build that friendship, you need to be open and honest. You need to be vulnerable. Trust your guest with some of your stories and flaws. Put yourself out there. When you do, the Law of Reciprocity will kick in. The Law of Reciprocity basically states that when people receive something from someone else, the receiver feels compelled to return the favor. If you trust your prospect by using your stories and flaws, they will feel compelled to trust you in return. It isn't that quick. The trust grows over time. MANIPULATION Some people think using the Law of Reciprocity is just simply manipulating their prospective clients. It is the opposite. Think of your past relationships. Did you instantly tell the other person all of your secrets the first time you met them? Of course not. As they told you a few things, you told them a few things. Over time, you learned just how much you could trust that other person. There is a "right" time to reveal things in a relationship. That time comes when the trust level is high enough. The give and take builds each time you share something and they share in return. Now, are you manipulating the other person? Of course not. You are simply building a relationship. Putting yourself out there is a great way to grow your relationships and attract more of your perfect clients. GLIMMER LEARNING Today, I've invited a special guest on the show to talk about your presentation and putting yourself out there. How can you be authentic and engaging with your audience and prospective clients? Lisa Hannigan is the Founder of Glimmer Learning LLC, a company specializing in virtual engagement training and coaching for speakers. She helps them increase the impact of their message and maximize results. Lisa is a certified Master Trainer and Virtual Facilitator. She offers her almost two decades of experience, along with tools and techniques to her clients and teaches them how to deliver high-impact, engaging presentations that inspire and connect every time they speak. You can find all of Lisa's info at www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/glimmer.   If you don't have a mentor who can take your hand and walk you every step of the way, go to www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply, click the button and apply to have a chat with me. We will develop your plan and see how I can help and support you to achieve your podcast goals.

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Abby Freireich and Brian Platzer, TAKING THE STRESS OUT OF HOMEWORK: Organizational, Content-Specific, and Test-Prep Strategies to Help Your Children Help Themselves

Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 14:15


Zibby is joined by Brian Platzer and Abby Freireich, two Manhattan teachers who also run New York's only tutoring company fully staffed by professional classroom teachers, to talk about their new book, Taking the Stress Out of Homework. Brian and Abby share their top tips for how parents can assist with homework in non-invasive ways, the importance of teaching young students how to back-plan their schedules, and why their book doesn't offer a one-size-fits-all approach to learning.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3BimZfBBookshop: https://bit.ly/3DoVp2u See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Opperman Report
Did An O.J. Simpson Accomplice confess?

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 60:07


There's a script circulating in Hollywood about the night of June 12, 1994. It begins in the affluent Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The narrator, an ex-con from Miami named Charlie, approaches a cottage-style mansion on Rockingham Avenue and sees O.J. Simpson chipping golf balls on the lawn behind the gate. The man calls out "Juice!" and Simpson welcomes him through the gate. Simpson's happy to see his friend, but Charlie's here on business. He says "Joey" sent him to collect cocaine debts, many of them related to the celebrity football player's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and more so, her best friend, Faye Resnick. Simpson reacts with fury to being squeezed for money, and the target of that anger is Brown. He's scheduled to leave for the airport in less than an hour for a flight to Chicago, but Simpson decides he's going to confront his ex-wife at her home on Bundy Drive. I support New Times Broward-Palm Beach New Times Broward-Palm Beach Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of South Florida and help keep the future of New Times free. Support Us With Charlie in tow, he drives his white Ford Bronco to the alley behind Brown's home, where blood is soon spilled in great quantity. The premise might sound preposterous. The history of that terrible night has long been seared into America's consciousness. There wasn't some Miami mob grunt with O.J. Simpson the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally knifed to death. The Los Angeles Police Department and District Attorney's Office couldn't have missed that Simpson had an accomplice, could they? Charlie is based on a real Miamian, Charles "Charlie" Ehrlich, an ex-drug trafficker and longtime manager at Dean's Gold, a glitzy strip club on 163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach. If fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth, then the script, titled Juiced, after Simpson's nickname, may shed new light on the events of that gruesome night. Or it could be an elaborate ploy to profit off one of the most notorious crimes in history. Fact or fiction, it's one of those outlandish tales where the deeper you dig, the less crazy it seems. Charlie Denizens of Dean's Gold might notice a roundish, 67-year-old bald guy walking around the place like he owns it. Charles Ehrlich doesn't own the club, but he's helped run it for years. These days, Ehrlich is head of marketing and promotion, routinely posing for social-media photos. He cozies up to exotic dancers at the bar. He flashes his grin in the parking lot with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Rob Corddry after the pair shot some scenes for an episode of the HBO show Ballerz. He shares a laugh with Dennis Rodman. In older photos that have nothing to do with Dean's, Ehrlich smiles with his longtime friend O.J. Simpson. While his presence on the night of the murders is open for debate, he was definitely with Simpson during the sports-memorabilia robbery in Las Vegas in 2007 that landed the former football star in prison for nine years. Ehrlich was also convicted in the case but did no jail time. He still sounds defensive about it. "O.J. did nine years for something he should have done six months for," he says. As for his own involvement, he says he was present during the impromptu hotel-room heist only because Simpson was a friend and asked him to come along. "I made a mistake," Ehrlich says. "I never should have been in that room. Hindsight is 20/20. It was dumb. It was stupid. I never should have been there." He told a similar story during interviews with CNN, ABC, and other news outlets when Simpson was up for parole and eventually freed in 2017. "If it's believed" — "it" being the 'Juiced' version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma." tweet this But when it comes to the reason for this phone call — the night of June 12, 1994 — Ehrlich clams up tighter than a cherrystone. "I don't want to go there, no disrespect," he says. "I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there." Yet Juiced, a copy of which New Times obtained from a self-described whistleblower, is filled with information about Ehrlich's past. The script recounts a childhood in Manhattan with a stepfather tied to mobster Meyer Lansky and the underworld. After some trouble with police as a teen, he's exiled to Miami, where he quickly becomes involved in the drug trade, gets the street name "Charlie Tuna" and eventually serves time in prison before going to LA. The script's author is a Los Angeles film producer named Erik Laibe. Reached by phone, Laibe says he optioned the story from Ehrlich about five years ago and owns the story rights for the next five years as well. He says he's still "vetting" Ehrlich's claims. He declined to speak in any detail with New Times, warning of an intellectual-property lawsuit if the paper reported on the script. "It's an interesting mental exercise," says Laibe of trying to determine Erhlich's involvement, or lack thereof, in the murders. "What the truth is — who knows?" Laibe points out the obvious: If Ehrlich truly was involved, he could face serious legal exposure. "What is Charlie's motivation in all of this? Money," Laibe posits with certainty. "If it's believed" — "it" being the Juiced version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma." In Laibe's view, Ehrlich's presence at the murder scene with O.J. "would be the biggest embarrassment to the LAPD and District Attorney's Office in the last 50 years." The whistleblower says it was the public import of the case that helped motivate the release of the script to New Times. "You have to look at this story through the eyes of the victims and their families," says the source, who spoke on the condition that their name not be published. "They have a right to know, and a need to know, and there's a public-safety issue." O.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007 - PHOTO BY STEVE MARCUS/GETTY IMAGES O.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007 Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images The story of Ehrlich's life in crime is a slippery one, but parts of it are verifiable. In the script, Charlie is busted for running a cocaine operation in Atlanta. That happened to Ehrlich in 1987. The prosecutor was a young DA named Nancy Grace. The future Court TV star wrote about Ehrlich's case in her 2005 book Objection! describing him as a "major drug distributor in the city." "When the police searched Charlie Tuna's apartment, things got even worse. They discovered that the place was wired, so he'd know if someone got in. Cops found a silencer in the closet," wrote Grace. "...This was a bad guy, and he has to be stopped from poisoning the streets of the city." Grace won a conviction; Charlie was sent to prison. In the script, Charlie says he served seven-and-a-half years of a 27-year sentence. Upon his release in the early '90s, Charlie describes meeting with a mobster pal named Joey Ippolito, who tells him he's expanding his cocaine trafficking operation and needs someone to help him do it. Charlie jumps at the chance, but there's a catch: He'll have to relocate to Los Angeles. The Script In the script, Charlie describes how he helped Ippolito move cocaine from Miami to the West Coast and facilitate sales to wealthy clientele in LA. "[D]ealing with the rich and famous moves a lot of product," Charlie narrates. The real-life Joey Ippolito — or Joey Ipp, as he was known — was indeed operating a major cocaine organization in Los Angeles at the time. In 1993 Ippolito was convicted in an FBI investigation called Operation Lasima (short for "Los Angeles Sicilian Mafia") and sentenced to ten years in prison. Yet Joey Ipp wasn't behind bars on the night of June 12, 1994. A month earlier, under mysterious circumstances, he was able to "walk away" from a federal prison camp in Pensacola, according to published reports. It's clear that Ippolito had ties to Simpson. The Boston Herald reported after the murders that the feds were aware of a relationship between Ippolito and Al Cowlings, Simpson's close friend and the driver of the white Bronco in the infamous slow-speed police chase that preceded Simpson's arrest. From the beginning, some suspected the murders may have been cocaine-related. During the trial, lead defense lawyer Johnnie Cochran posited a theory, without mentioning Ippolito by name, that Brown may have been killed by drug dealers in order to frighten her friend Faye Resnick, who was admittedly addicted to cocaine at that time. But the overwhelming DNA evidence of Simpson's own culpability in the murder made such speculation seem immaterial. In the script, Charlie meets Simpson at the Rockingham estate while working for Ippolito and the two become friends. In the narration, Charlie says Ippolito uses O.J. for "contacts" and that while Simpson isn't a drug dealer, Ippolito "takes care of him for let's just say facilitating deals." "I don't want to go there, no disrespect. I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there." tweet this The script has Charlie going to Simpson's house on June 12, 1994, to squeeze him for cocaine debts, sending the former NFL great into a rage. "If it's about paying, the complication is that bitch Faye [Resnick]," the script has Simpson saying. As his anger builds, O.J. tells Charlie the two of them are going to drive the Bronco to Nicole's condo and "putting this on her." Cut to Nicole's house: two bodies, a "pool of dark liquid," and a bloody O.J. stripping off his clothes and handing them and the knife to a "mystery man." Charlie the narrator says he'll never reveal whether he is the mystery man, saying only, "

The Opperman Report'
Did An O.J. Simpson Accomplice confess?

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 60:07


There's a script circulating in Hollywood about the night of June 12, 1994. It begins in the affluent Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The narrator, an ex-con from Miami named Charlie, approaches a cottage-style mansion on Rockingham Avenue and sees O.J. Simpson chipping golf balls on the lawn behind the gate.The man calls out "Juice!" and Simpson welcomes him through the gate.Simpson's happy to see his friend, but Charlie's here on business. He says "Joey" sent him to collect cocaine debts, many of them related to the celebrity football player's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and more so, her best friend, Faye Resnick.Simpson reacts with fury to being squeezed for money, and the target of that anger is Brown. He's scheduled to leave for the airport in less than an hour for a flight to Chicago, but Simpson decides he's going to confront his ex-wife at her home on Bundy Drive.I supportNew Times Broward-Palm BeachNew Times Broward-Palm BeachLocalCommunityJournalismSupport the independent voice of South Florida and help keep the future of New Times free.Support UsWith Charlie in tow, he drives his white Ford Bronco to the alley behind Brown's home, where blood is soon spilled in great quantity.The premise might sound preposterous. The history of that terrible night has long been seared into America's consciousness. There wasn't some Miami mob grunt with O.J. Simpson the night Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were brutally knifed to death. The Los Angeles Police Department and District Attorney's Office couldn't have missed that Simpson had an accomplice, could they?Charlie is based on a real Miamian, Charles "Charlie" Ehrlich, an ex-drug trafficker and longtime manager at Dean's Gold, a glitzy strip club on 163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami Beach. If fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth, then the script, titled Juiced, after Simpson's nickname, may shed new light on the events of that gruesome night. Or it could be an elaborate ploy to profit off one of the most notorious crimes in history.Fact or fiction, it's one of those outlandish tales where the deeper you dig, the less crazy it seems.CharlieDenizens of Dean's Gold might notice a roundish, 67-year-old bald guy walking around the place like he owns it. Charles Ehrlich doesn't own the club, but he's helped run it for years.These days, Ehrlich is head of marketing and promotion, routinely posing for social-media photos. He cozies up to exotic dancers at the bar. He flashes his grin in the parking lot with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Rob Corddry after the pair shot some scenes for an episode of the HBO show Ballerz. He shares a laugh with Dennis Rodman.In older photos that have nothing to do with Dean's, Ehrlich smiles with his longtime friend O.J. Simpson. While his presence on the night of the murders is open for debate, he was definitely with Simpson during the sports-memorabilia robbery in Las Vegas in 2007 that landed the former football star in prison for nine years. Ehrlich was also convicted in the case but did no jail time. He still sounds defensive about it."O.J. did nine years for something he should have done six months for," he says.As for his own involvement, he says he was present during the impromptu hotel-room heist only because Simpson was a friend and asked him to come along."I made a mistake," Ehrlich says. "I never should have been in that room. Hindsight is 20/20. It was dumb. It was stupid. I never should have been there."He told a similar story during interviews with CNN, ABC, and other news outlets when Simpson was up for parole and eventually freed in 2017. "If it's believed" — "it" being the 'Juiced' version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma." tweet this But when it comes to the reason for this phone call — the night of June 12, 1994 — Ehrlich clams up tighter than a cherrystone."I don't want to go there, no disrespect," he says. "I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there."Yet Juiced, a copy of which New Times obtained from a self-described whistleblower, is filled with information about Ehrlich's past. The script recounts a childhood in Manhattan with a stepfather tied to mobster Meyer Lansky and the underworld. After some trouble with police as a teen, he's exiled to Miami, where he quickly becomes involved in the drug trade, gets the street name "Charlie Tuna" and eventually serves time in prison before going to LA.The script's author is a Los Angeles film producer named Erik Laibe. Reached by phone, Laibe says he optioned the story from Ehrlich about five years ago and owns the story rights for the next five years as well. He says he's still "vetting" Ehrlich's claims. He declined to speak in any detail with New Times, warning of an intellectual-property lawsuit if the paper reported on the script."It's an interesting mental exercise," says Laibe of trying to determine Erhlich's involvement, or lack thereof, in the murders. "What the truth is — who knows?"Laibe points out the obvious: If Ehrlich truly was involved, he could face serious legal exposure."What is Charlie's motivation in all of this? Money," Laibe posits with certainty. "If it's believed" — "it" being the Juiced version of the murder — "it immediately puts [Charlie] in prison. There's no statute of limitations on murder. Hence our dilemma."In Laibe's view, Ehrlich's presence at the murder scene with O.J. "would be the biggest embarrassment to the LAPD and District Attorney's Office in the last 50 years."The whistleblower says it was the public import of the case that helped motivate the release of the script to New Times."You have to look at this story through the eyes of the victims and their families," says the source, who spoke on the condition that their name not be published. "They have a right to know, and a need to know, and there's a public-safety issue."O.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007 - PHOTO BY STEVE MARCUS/GETTY IMAGESO.J. Simpson (left) and Charles Ehrlich (seated) in court for a preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in 2007Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty ImagesThe story of Ehrlich's life in crime is a slippery one, but parts of it are verifiable. In the script, Charlie is busted for running a cocaine operation in Atlanta. That happened to Ehrlich in 1987. The prosecutor was a young DA named Nancy Grace. The future Court TV star wrote about Ehrlich's case in her 2005 book Objection! describing him as a "major drug distributor in the city.""When the police searched Charlie Tuna's apartment, things got even worse. They discovered that the place was wired, so he'd know if someone got in. Cops found a silencer in the closet," wrote Grace. "...This was a bad guy, and he has to be stopped from poisoning the streets of the city."Grace won a conviction; Charlie was sent to prison. In the script, Charlie says he served seven-and-a-half years of a 27-year sentence. Upon his release in the early '90s, Charlie describes meeting with a mobster pal named Joey Ippolito, who tells him he's expanding his cocaine trafficking operation and needs someone to help him do it. Charlie jumps at the chance, but there's a catch: He'll have to relocate to Los Angeles.The ScriptIn the script, Charlie describes how he helped Ippolito move cocaine from Miami to the West Coast and facilitate sales to wealthy clientele in LA."[D]ealing with the rich and famous moves a lot of product," Charlie narrates.The real-life Joey Ippolito — or Joey Ipp, as he was known — was indeed operating a major cocaine organization in Los Angeles at the time. In 1993 Ippolito was convicted in an FBI investigation called Operation Lasima (short for "Los Angeles Sicilian Mafia") and sentenced to ten years in prison.Yet Joey Ipp wasn't behind bars on the night of June 12, 1994. A month earlier, under mysterious circumstances, he was able to "walk away" from a federal prison camp in Pensacola, according to published reports.It's clear that Ippolito had ties to Simpson. The Boston Herald reported after the murders that the feds were aware of a relationship between Ippolito and Al Cowlings, Simpson's close friend and the driver of the white Bronco in the infamous slow-speed police chase that preceded Simpson's arrest. From the beginning, some suspected the murders may have been cocaine-related. During the trial, lead defense lawyer Johnnie Cochran posited a theory, without mentioning Ippolito by name, that Brown may have been killed by drug dealers in order to frighten her friend Faye Resnick, who was admittedly addicted to cocaine at that time. But the overwhelming DNA evidence of Simpson's own culpability in the murder made such speculation seem immaterial.In the script, Charlie meets Simpson at the Rockingham estate while working for Ippolito and the two become friends. In the narration, Charlie says Ippolito uses O.J. for "contacts" and that while Simpson isn't a drug dealer, Ippolito "takes care of him for let's just say facilitating deals." "I don't want to go there, no disrespect. I don't want to talk about the past. That's the past. I don't want to go there." tweet this The script has Charlie going to Simpson's house on June 12, 1994, to squeeze him for cocaine debts, sending the former NFL great into a rage."If it's about paying, the complication is that bitch Faye [Resnick]," the script has Simpson saying.As his anger builds, O.J. tells Charlie the two of them are going to drive the Bronco to Nicole's condo and "putting this on her." Cut to Nicole's house: two bodies, a "pool of dark liquid," and a bloody O.J. stripping off his clothes and handing them and the knife to a "mystery man."Charlie the narrator says he'll never reveal whether he is the mystery man, saying only, "

Murder Most Foul
GOLDEN BOY

Murder Most Foul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 42:20


GOLDEN BOY is the tragic tale of privilege, mental disease and murder. My guest today on Murder Most Foul is Journalist John Glatt whose book “Golden Boy: A Murder Among the Manhattan Elite” takes an in-depth look at the devastating crime that rocked Manhattan's upper class. With exclusive access to sources close to Thomas Gilbert, Jr., including his own mother, Glatt constructs the agonizing spiral of mental illness that led him to the ultimate unspeakable act of patricide!

Agriculture Today
1030 – Grain Market Update … In-Furrow Phosphorus for Wheat

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 39:01


Grain Market Update In-Furrow Phosphorus for Wheat Agricultural News Kansas Agricultural Weather   00:01:00 – Grain Market Update: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien has the latest on grain price basis trends at local Kansas delivery points as fall harvest is underway, and he talks about one reason that China may remain a prime customer for U.S. feedgrains and soybeans   00:12:00 – In-Furrow Phosphorus for Wheat: K-State crop nutrient specialist Dorivar Ruiz-Diaz talks about the merits of including in-furrow phosphorus when planting wheat this fall...he talks about the variables that affect the phosphorus rate to apply, and about what K-State research says about the yield response to starter phosphorus   00:23:00 – Agricultural News: Eric Atkinson has a look at today's agricultural news headlines, plus this week's Wheat Scoop   00:31:00 – Kansas Agricultural Weather: K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond provides an update on the wealth of weather and climate information currently available to agricultural producers at the Mesonet website out of the Weather Data Library at K-State Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

Heilman & Haver
Heilman & Haver - Episode 45 (Guest Dr. Jason Kindt)

Heilman & Haver

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 33:47


Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 45.  We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram.   ANNOUNCEMENTS Historic Roxy Theater Movies of the Decade: "Pulp Fiction" Saturday, September 25th, we'll be opening another edition of “Movies of the Decade” at The Historic Roxy Theater in Bremerton.  On the big screen, the 1994 Quentin Tarantino classic and winner of the Oscar for Best Screenplay, "Pulp Fiction", starring… well... everyone cool.  We hit the stage at 6:30pm followed by another insightful introduction by our friend Jeremy Arnold from TCM.  (Yes, kids, Pulp Fiction now qualifies as a classic!) Pirates Spotted at WWCA “The Pirates of Penzance” directed and choreographed by our friends Dan Estes and Rebecca Ewen runs through October 3rd.  Check out Greg's review of Pirates on our Facebook page and get your tickets at wwca.us. Sondheim Review at BCT This Tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of a contemporary master and a must for diehard fans.  The show only runs through Sept 26th and so get your tickets at bctshows.com.   IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Dr. Jason Kindt of the Actor Fund Although Jason had a passion for the theater and participated in many high school productions, he quickly realized that his enthusiasm for musical theater does not make up for his lack of pitch.  So, naturally, he went to medical school.  Jason graduated from Ursinus (ER-SINUS) College in 1995 and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1999.   Jason is board certified in Family Medicine and worked for the Reading Health System in Hamburg, PA, where he was voted “best family practice” five years in a row, until 2013.  After that he HAD to be closer to Broadway so he moved to New York City and worked in urgent care in Manhattan, leaving him plenty of opportunity to catch all the shows in town. Jason is a theater person at heart and is very excited to work with this community.  He is a loving and caring family physician who is dedicated to helping his patients thrive in every aspect of their lives.  He joined us from his office in Times Square. Support the Actors Fund here COMING UP NEXT WEEK  Join us Friday, October 1st, when we'll be joined by former Staff Reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal, Senior Entertainment Business Reporter at TheWrap, and contributor to Deadline Hollywood and adjunct Professor of Entertainment Journalism at Emerson College LA in Hollywood, Diane Haithman.

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 24, 2021 is: hobnob • HAHB-nahb • verb Hobnob means "to come or be together as friends." // Local business owners hobnobbed at the fundraiser. // The entertainment columnist learns about the latest gossip by hobnobbing with celebrities. See the entry > Examples: "Does declaring affection for Tanglewood, the iconic venue in the Berkshires, make me seem like a self-important muckety-muck eager to hobnob with elites from Boston and Manhattan? Well, so be it." — Chris Churchill, The Times-Union (Albany, New York), 25 July 2021 Did you know? In William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Sir Toby Belch warned Viola (who was disguised as a man) that Sir Andrew wanted to duel. "Hob, nob is his word," said Sir Toby, using "hob, nob" to mean something like "hit or miss." Sir Toby's term is probably an alteration of "hab nab," a phrase that meant "to have or not have, however it may turn out." After Shakespeare's day, hob and nob was used in the phrases "to drink hob or nob" and "to drink hobnob," which meant "to drink alternately to each other." Since "drinking hobnob" was generally done among friends, hobnob came to refer to congenial social interaction.

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 24, 2021 is: hobnob • HAHB-nahb • verb Hobnob means "to come or be together as friends." // Local business owners hobnobbed at the fundraiser. // The entertainment columnist learns about the latest gossip by hobnobbing with celebrities. See the entry > Examples: "Does declaring affection for Tanglewood, the iconic venue in the Berkshires, make me seem like a self-important muckety-muck eager to hobnob with elites from Boston and Manhattan? Well, so be it." — Chris Churchill, The Times-Union (Albany, New York), 25 July 2021 Did you know? In William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Sir Toby Belch warned Viola (who was disguised as a man) that Sir Andrew wanted to duel. "Hob, nob is his word," said Sir Toby, using "hob, nob" to mean something like "hit or miss." Sir Toby's term is probably an alteration of "hab nab," a phrase that meant "to have or not have, however it may turn out." After Shakespeare's day, hob and nob was used in the phrases "to drink hob or nob" and "to drink hobnob," which meant "to drink alternately to each other." Since "drinking hobnob" was generally done among friends, hobnob came to refer to congenial social interaction.

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 24, 2021 is: hobnob • HAHB-nahb • verb Hobnob means "to come or be together as friends." // Local business owners hobnobbed at the fundraiser. // The entertainment columnist learns about the latest gossip by hobnobbing with celebrities. See the entry > Examples: "Does declaring affection for Tanglewood, the iconic venue in the Berkshires, make me seem like a self-important muckety-muck eager to hobnob with elites from Boston and Manhattan? Well, so be it." — Chris Churchill, The Times-Union (Albany, New York), 25 July 2021 Did you know? In William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Sir Toby Belch warned Viola (who was disguised as a man) that Sir Andrew wanted to duel. "Hob, nob is his word," said Sir Toby, using "hob, nob" to mean something like "hit or miss." Sir Toby's term is probably an alteration of "hab nab," a phrase that meant "to have or not have, however it may turn out." After Shakespeare's day, hob and nob were used in the phrases "to drink hob or nob" and "to drink hobnob," which meant "to drink alternately to each other." Since "drinking hobnob" was generally done among friends, hobnob came to refer to congenial social interaction.

Turley Talks
Ep. 657 Dem CIVIL WAR! BLM REVOLTS Against ‘RACIST' Vax Mandates!!!

Turley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 13:48


Highlights: “What happens when the Democrats' attempt to vilify and shame and scorn anti-vaxxers actually end up colliding with their most honored and revered and celebrated cause which of course is Black Lives Matter? What can you say, civil war?” “Our nation is racially charged right now that nothing can stop BLM chapter leaders from accusing restaurants, like the one in Manhattan, of using their vax mandates as an excuse to discriminate against Blacks.”“Vax mandates are now being used to enforce systemic racism.”“We predicted here on this channel that Biden's vax mandate would indeed risk splitting apart the Democrat Party. And that's precisely what we appear to be seeing here. We're seeing nothing less than the far-lefts most cherished and revered movement BLM rising up against their most uncompromising and non-negotiable policy and that of course, is vax mandate.”Timestamps:[02:06] How the BLM outrage on vax mandates started [04:30] The latest BLM protest to cancel the restaurant in Manhattan[06:14] Why this latest BLM uprising threatens to unravel and destroy the Democrat PartyResources:Ep. 639 Americans REVOLT against Biden's Vaccine TYRANNY!!!Join me in Jacksonville, FL, with Donald Trump Jr!!! This is going to be our biggest event EVER!!! So make sure to click on the link RIGHT NOW: https://conferences.turleytalks.com/aftGet Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get the first 7 days FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without the censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts. 

The Brian Lehrer Show
New York City's Still-Shaky Economy

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 38:07


Greg David, contributor covering fiscal and economic issues for THE CITY and director of the business and economics reporting program and Ravitch Fiscal Reporting Program at the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, talks about the state of the city's economy, where unemployment remains high — despite the news that Google is acquiring new Manhattan office space, signaling tech's optimism in the city.

Agriculture Today
029—Wheat Planting Adjustments to Dry Soils…Seeking Dairy Producer Input

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 39:05


Dusting in Wheat Plantings Kansas Dairy Producer Survey Agricultural News Headlines Planting Spring-flowering Bulbs   00:01:07--Dusting In Wheat Plantings--K-State wheat production specialist Romulo Lollato discusses adjustments that wheat producers might consider when planting into dry soils, giving due thought to the emergence characteristics of individual wheat varieties, and the planting depth that will get that seed to moisture   00:12:10--Dairy Producer Survey--K-State dairy reproduction specialist Victor Gomez Leon talks about his ongoing survey of dairy producers in Kansas...he is traveling the state, visiting directly with producers on the farm about the production challenges that they are encountering and their need for information to respond to those challenges   00:23:15--Agricultural News--Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, and Greg Akagi presents this week's edition of the Kansas Soybean Update   00:31:10--Planting Spring Bulbs--On this week's horticulture segment, K-State horticulturist Ward Upham goes over the steps to successfully planting spring-flowering bulbs in the fall, as the time for doing so is here               Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

The Paper Fold
Joanna Alberti of PhiloSophie's

The Paper Fold

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021


For every Mary Engelbreit or Anna Bond, there are hundreds of smaller makers who are not only sustaining themselves by staying small, but wearing it as a badge of honor — no household name required. Joanna Alberti of PhiloSophie's got a huge boost early in her career, in 2005, when she was named one of Business Week's Top Five Entrepreneurs Under 25. That same year, she and her cards literally put themselves on the industry map with their catwalk debut at the LOUIE Awards gala, held at Manhattan's Chelsea Piers during what was, as far as I know, the only GCA-sponsored card fashion show to date.Buoyed by that promising start, Joanna has built her brand into a thriving business that "creates joy for others as well as myself." Over the years PhiloSophie's has released an impressive slew of custom creations, corporate collabs, and licensed gift offerings, all administered from Joanna's cozy studio/shop in Spencerport, New York.PhiloSophie's is populated by Joanna's very versatile spirit cartoon animal Sophie, who is much more than an icon ready to be personalized. Sophie owes her success to the fact that Joanna shaped her from the start into a vehicle for the upbeat, uplifting story Joanna wants to tell the world.Joanna shares how Sophie has consistently dispensed "aspirational positivity" — like the wisdom of not taking yourself too seriously, or the perils of bowing to your ego. Joanna describes how she has pivoted due to COVID-19 — and how spreading joy can be not just an act of resilience, but resistance as well.Find PhiloSophie's:W: www.celebratewithsophies.comIG: @shopsophies**Thank You Sponsors**Please be sure to support these all-American, women-owned houses of paper.Girl w/Knife is your incredibly sharp new stationery BFF. Check out this award-winning, ultra-polished range that everyone's talking about — it slays on several brilliant levels!Kitty Meow Boutique was founded on the idea that your paper goods don't have to be a snooze fest. These stylish, laugh-out-loud selections are by turns sassy and sweet, all the while maintaining a consistent cool.

Black Seinfeld
Episode 228: Montero

Black Seinfeld

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 120:08


Welcome to the season premiere of Black Seinfeld! Today Bashtin and Giovanni discuss an Oregon Faculty Member's protest to remain unvaccinated. To say it was unorthodox is saying the least, you'll know when you listen. Also, Pfizer announces the vaccine to be safe for Children from the ages of 5 to 11. Disturbing videos and photos have come surfaces of US Border Patrol detaining Haitian Refugees. Bashtin gives the full breakdown. Other topics include the long awaited debut album from Lil Nas X, "Montero," has finally dropped. The guys give their opinion on the next route Lil Nas can take in his career. Other topics include The Matrix, Star Wars, and more! Enjoy!

The Longest Stride
53. GoldFinger Track Club on Driving Change Through Running

The Longest Stride

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 85:11


Jerry Francois always had a sense he could run fast but the schools he attended growing up in Brooklyn didn't have access to a track nor the funding for a cross country team. By the time Jerry entered High School, he started to get in trouble. In his junior year, Jerry lost his mother and struggled to cope with the loss; realizing he needed something to ground him, he turned to running in his senior year and attended his first track meet at the Armory in Manhattan. Running made Jerry feel normal again. Fast forward to 2016 when Jerry and a few friends were invited to a track meet. When asked for a team name, Jerry made up a name on the spot, drawing inspiration from his streetwear brand, GoldFinger. The team won their heat and the GoldFinger Track Club was born. Together with Co-Captains Gemma Kitchen and Thomas Laurado, Jerry shares the journey of GoldFinger Track Club and the work they are doing to bring change to the community. In 2020, GoldFinger Track Club started organizing solidarity runs for the Black Live Matter movement, which included hashtags like Black Miles Matter and the now popular BLK Mile. GoldFinger Track Club's activism and support of Black owned small businesses is well documented and their approach to introducing running and a sense of community to athletes of all walks of life is truly driving change through the sport. To learn more about GoldFinger Track Club, you can follow them on Instagram at: @gftcnyc To learn more about Jerry, you can follow him on Instagram at: @kingparkergold2001 To learn more about Gemma, you can follow her on Instagram at: @gemma.kitchen To learn more about Thomas, you can follow him on Instagram at: @lllllaurado Follow The Longest Stride: Instagram - @TheLongestStride Twitter - @Longest_Stride https://www.thelongeststride.com

KGO 810 Podcast
September 22, 2021 - Remembering Melvin Van Peebles, Godfather of American Black Cinema Dead at 89

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:04


Melvin Van Peebles, the pioneering African American auteur behind the 1970s films Watermelon Man and Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, has died. He was 89. Van Peebles, the father of actor-director Mario Van Peebles, died Tuesday night at his home in Manhattan. His family, The Criterion Collection and Janus Films announced his death in a statement.   “In an unparalleled career distinguished by relentless innovation, boundless curiosity and spiritual empathy, Melvin Van Peebles made an indelible mark on the international cultural landscape through his films, novels, plays and music,” the statement read. “His work continues to be essential and is being celebrated at the New York Film Festival this weekend with a 50th anniversary screening of his landmark film Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song; a Criterion Collection box set, Melvin Van Peebles: Essential Films, next week; and a revival of his play Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death, slated for a return to Broadway next year.”   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
September 22, 2021 - Remembering Melvin Van Peebles, Godfather of American Black Cinema Dead at 89

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 14:04


Melvin Van Peebles, the pioneering African American auteur behind the 1970s films Watermelon Man and Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song, has died. He was 89. Van Peebles, the father of actor-director Mario Van Peebles, died Tuesday night at his home in Manhattan. His family, The Criterion Collection and Janus Films announced his death in a statement.   “In an unparalleled career distinguished by relentless innovation, boundless curiosity and spiritual empathy, Melvin Van Peebles made an indelible mark on the international cultural landscape through his films, novels, plays and music,” the statement read. “His work continues to be essential and is being celebrated at the New York Film Festival this weekend with a 50th anniversary screening of his landmark film Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song; a Criterion Collection box set, Melvin Van Peebles: Essential Films, next week; and a revival of his play Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death, slated for a return to Broadway next year.”   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Start Making Sense
Haitians and Americans: Amy Wilentz; plus Ruth Milkman and Stephanie Luce on Occupy Wall Street

Start Making Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 35:19


Joe Biden is deporting 15,000 Haitian refugees who crossed the border at Del Rio, Texas, to a country ravaged by assassination, earthquake, poverty, and gang violence—it's a disastrous move. Amy Wilentz comments; she's been reporting on Haiti and Haitians for more than two decades. Also: Ten years ago this week, a small group of young radicals declared “We are the 99 percent” and set up camp in Zuccotti Park in Manhattan's financial district. Instead of a few people protesting for a few days, the movement exploded; hundreds of thousands of people joined Occupy camps in more than 600 US towns and cities. CUNY professors Ruth Milkman and Stephanie Luce comment—they've written for The Nation's special issue on the 10th anniversary of Occupy. Subscribe to The Nation to support all of our podcasts: thenation.com/podcastsubscribe.

Expanding Your Search & Stopping For Directions Podcast w/Brent & Jodi Bailey
Expanding Miracles with Author Pastor Ron Lewis of “Miracles in Manhattan” s4.9

Expanding Your Search & Stopping For Directions Podcast w/Brent & Jodi Bailey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 32:34


Expanding Your Search is thrilled to welcome Pastor Ron Lewis to the show.Ron Lewis is the founding pastor and overseer of King's Park International Church. He has been in Christian ministry for more than 30 years, planting churches, pastoring and raising up a generation of young people to further God's kingdom in the earth. In our talk Ron and I discuss his recent book, “Miracles in Manhattan” Stories of Hope and Faith From The Heart of New York City Miracles in Manhattan shares the story of those who came through real-life desperation, despair, and hopelessness, to find transformed lives of meaning and purpose, with an impact felt around the world.*******Bio on RonRon Lewis is the founding pastor and senior minister of Every Nation Church, NYC and King's Park International Church in Durham, NC. In his nearly 40 years of ministry, Ron has helped start more than 100 churches in America and abroad; most all are known for being multi-ethnic. Ron founded multiple ministries, including Jordan Lewis Missions, and the award-winning Youth Life Foundation in N.C. His book, Answering the Call, has helped thousands of young people globally find and define their call to full-time ministry. He loves spending time with his wife and six children, three daughters-in-law, and grandkids. For more information, visit RonLewisMinistries.orStopping for directions and links to our guest:*******Website:  https://ronlewisministries.orgtFacebook:hhttps://www.facebook.com/rontcfYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDvHKZL8GcJ0q3IJsD9GdlQInstagram:hhttps://www.instagram.com/everynationnyc/Linked In:https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-lewis-5655812/Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Ron-Lewis/e/B072F282JM/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_1*******Expanding your search and stopping for directions is a podcast for growing our circles of connections and knowledge together through positive conversations and encouraging communications.*******https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12985720https://facebook.com/expandingsearch/ https://instagram.com/expandingsearch/https://twitter.com/expandingsearch/  https://bit.ly/34ptz6yhttps://www.amazon.com/Brent-Bailey/e/B0849TKGWMhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm8178665https://www.linkedin.com/in/revbrentbailey/Available on iHeartRadioApple Podcasts YouTubeRokuAppleTVFireTV*******    License CCLI:Copyright License11183063 Size AStreaming LicenseCSPL045649 Size AGrowing our circles of connections and knowledge together through positive conversations and encouraging communications.Music provided byhttp://BenSound.comSupport the show (https://directionchurch.churchcenter.com/giving)

Agriculture Today
1028 – Armyworm Infestations in Kansas … Farm Storage Facility Loan Program

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 39:00


Armyworm Infestations in Kansas Farm Storage Facility Loan Program Agricultural News Headlines Stop, Look and Listen   00:01:00 – Armyworm Infestations in Kansas: K-State crop entomologist Jeff Whitworth discusses the huge armyworm infestations that have been turning up around Kansas in recent weeks, and the potential threat they pose to cool-season grass and alfalfa stands, and potentially to newly-planted wheat stands...he offers his advice on whether an insecticide treatment against these would be worthwhile   00:12:00 – Farm Storage Facility Loan Program: Farm loan chief Josh Ridder of the Farm Service Agency provides the latest on the USDA's Farm Storage Facility Loan Program...an opportunity for agricultural producers to secure low-interest funding for construction of grain storage structures and a variety of other commodity storage facilities   00:23:00 – Agricultural News Headlines: Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines   00:31:00 – Stop, Look and Listen: K-State's Gus van der Hoeven provides his weekly commentary on life in rural Kansas   Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

9to5Google Daily
Black-gray Pixel 6 Pro leaks in hands-on video/photos, Google drops $2.1 billion on new Manhattan location, plus more

9to5Google Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 7:40


Listen to a short-form recap or roundup of all the top 9to5Google stories of the previous 24 hours. 9to5Google Daily is available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app, Stitcher, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Pocket Casts and other podcast players. New episodes of 9to5Google Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in Google Podcasts or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Why not add the 9to5Google Daily to your Google Assistant Routine for a quick morning update? Learn how to add us directly to your Assistant Routines right here. Follow Damien: Damien Wilde Stories discussed in this episode: Pixel 6 Pro shows off its glossy black and gray finish in leaked hands-on video Google putting deeper roots in NYC w/ $2.1 billion purchase of St. Johns Terminal in Manhattan Google support pages only list Pixel 6 w/ sub-6 5G support in US, very likely in error Google Pixel 5a is now supported by LineageOS 18.1 Drop us a line at gtips@9to5g.com. You can also rate us in Google Podcasts, Spotify, Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Pocket Casts to help more people discover the show!

The Cutting Room Floor
Mirror Palais ft. Marcelo Gaia

The Cutting Room Floor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 18:04


Marcelo Gaia is the designer behind the "instagram brand", Mirror Palais. After working as a stylist or 10 years; (which included working for Lady Gaga's Stylist) he launched his own label. I sit down with Marcelo at his Lower East Side apartment in Manhattan to discuss how her did it.  Also! All full episodes are now available on Patreon, only!  www.patreon.com/thecuttingroomfloor

Jeffrey Epstein, The Prince and the Pervert
Billionaires & Prince Andrew Bamboozled by Epstein Bombshells

Jeffrey Epstein, The Prince and the Pervert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 29:27


Even though Jeffrey Epstein is dead, Bill Gates and Leon Black must rue the day they came across him, like another of his friends, Prince Andrew.   Their links to the dead pedophile are causing them drama every which way. For Black, it's another rape allegation and for Gates it is a messy divorce and a rather bizarre interview on PBS.   It's starting to sound like in every billionaire's marriage, there was a Jeffrey Epstein.   To date, we've heard about hedge fund billionaire philanthropists Eva and Glenn Dubin and their relationship woes over the dead pedophile.   We'd also like to bet the wife of former Apollo Financial boss Black is also sick of hearing about Epstein too. But it has suddenly gone next level: Bill Gates, the world's richest man and esteemed philanthropist, was secretly meeting with the serial sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein, from 2011-2014. The news that Bill and Melinda Gates are now ending their 27-year marriage has unleashed a torrent of reports that Epstein was an omnipresent thorn in the billionaires' relationship. Bill Gates met with Jeffrey Epstein dozens of times, which is a strange thing to do if you're in search for good marriage advice. The Microsoft founder even took counsel from a man with sexually explicit photos of underage girls on his computers, in photo frames and on video. According to The Daily Beast, Gates was very intrigued by the atmosphere that he found at Epstein's Manhattan lair and enjoyed spending time there when his marriage wasn't going so well. The news of Gates taking marriage advice from disgraced pedophile Epstein is shocking enough- but it gets even worse when one takes into account how close they were during their meetings which often involved discussing family life. The Prince and the Pervert Podcast helps you make sense of the Jeffrey Epstein case. No outlandish theories here. We stick to the facts and vet our sources of information. Support us for just $3-a-month on Patreon. Find us - Twitter: @lisapodcasts and @ohreallytruly. Visit us at Facebook at the Prince and the Pervert Podcast   Instagram @theprinceandpervert  Website www.jeffreyepsteinpodcast.com

Scooter & The Big Man
Episode 62: The Flame Of My Life Has Gone Out ft. This-Or-That Hypotheticals

Scooter & The Big Man

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 63:17


The New York Mets are 73-78 and are one day closer to elimination. The boy do a quick overview of the past week of Mets baseball. We run through a few debate topics including Jeff McNeil or Dom Smith, who had a more disappointing year: Mets or Padres plus many more. We discuss the possibility of Billy Beane being the new Mets POBO and the medias coverage of Cohen in year 1. Without further adieu, Let's Get It Started.Follow us on Twitter: @ScootBigManPod, Instagram: @ScooterBigManPod, Tik Tok: @ScooterBigManPod. Rate, Review and Subscribe. New Episodes every Week. #LFGM #LGMOur website: scooterbigman.com

Talking Simpsons Official Free Feed
Talking Simpsons - New Kids On The Blecch With Brendan James

Talking Simpsons Official Free Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 145:12


This week we're joined for the first time by journalist/podcaster Brendan James, cohost of the brilliant Blowback series, a perfect fit for an episode about American propaganda! Bart and his pals become a boy band to meet N*SYNC, but all that is secondary to a plot that involves the shocking moment of a skyscraper in Manhattan exploding. All that and so much more, so listen to this podcast and YVAN EHT NIOJ! Support this podcast and get dozens of bonus episodes by visiting Patreon.com/TalkingSimpsons and becoming a patron! Check out our new shirts on TeePublic! And please follow the new official Twitter, @TalkSimpsonsPod!

The Candid Frame: Conversations on Photography
TCF Ep. 569 - Glenn Losack

The Candid Frame: Conversations on Photography

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 39:32


Dr. Glenn Losack is a psychiatrist, physician, photographer, social activist, and musician who has traveled and worked extensively in the developing world for over forty years. Devoted to raising awareness of poverty and stymying the stigma of diseases like leprosy, Dr. Losack has worked with the Medical Benevolent Foundation, Doctors Without Borders, and Catholic Charities, and has given lectures on psychiatric care throughout India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, and Eastern Europe.  His photography has been featured in National Geographic, Asian Geographic, and Popular and American Photography, and has been selected for Kodak's “Picture of the Day” five times. As a psychiatrist, Dr. Losack practices “telepsychiatry,” utilizing videoconferencing to treat rural populations in underserved communities with very few psychiatrists, and today, he treats four hundred patients throughout Middle America.  Dr. Losack has also worked with patients in prisons in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York for over twenty-five years, including those in solitary confinement, those serving life sentences, and those on death row. Dr. Losack travels regularly but lives in Manhattan. His new book of photography is titled The Bonds We Share.   Websites   Sponsors Charcoal Book Club Lensrentals.com   Education Resources: Momenta Photographic Workshops   Candid Frame Resources Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download for . Click here to download Support the work we do at The Candid Frame by contributing to our Patreon effort.  You can do this by visiting or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via . You can follow Ibarionex on and .

The John Batchelor Show
1708: Can Manhattan make another comeback, starting with the ballet?? @LizPeek @TheHill GLXXG

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 8:55


Photo: Snowflake Waltz, NYC Ballet 1954 . CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow  Can Manhattan make another comeback, starting with the ballet?? @LizPeek @TheHill GLXXG https://www.lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home

Kevin McCullough Radio
20210921 - Disengaged Biden Administration Is The Sad Clown On The World Stage

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 52:09


KT McFarland stopped by to analyze the speech that Joe Biden gave earlier today at the UN in Manhattan. Karol Markowicz discussed the impact and lack of responses and care this current administration had for the American people. Curtis Sliwa stopped by off the campaign trail to talk about what he would do if he finds the Cops and DA's slacking on the job to arrest the criminals roaming around almost freely under the current reign of DeBlasio/Hochul. Officer Brandon Tatum also wrote a new book on what being a Black Cop is like in the United States since the Obama Administration and how polarizing and dangerous it's become.

Gossipnista: A New York City Podcast
Hip Hop in New York with DJ J-Ronin

Gossipnista: A New York City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 80:10


In honor of his birthday and it also falling on the same day as #NationalNewYorkDay (Sept. 21st) - I did everything in my power to drop Brooklynite, DJ J-Ronin's episode today! Tastemaker in hip hop, business man, and best damn networker in New York City are words I would use to describe Jonathon Marvin a.k.a DJ J-Ronin (@jronin82).Hip hop and martial arts were in his bones long before Wu-Tang made it popular, respectfully. But, when Wu-Tang changed the Hip Hop community in the East Coast and around the world with their one of a kind beats, lyrics, and uniquely skilled members - DJ Ronin became a part of it. He was signed as a DJ for them and also Wu-Tang radio - (C.R.E.A.M)!In case you don't know who Wu-Tang is, I highly recommend the Hulu original series @wutangonhulu. During this interview,  there will be a lot of O.G. name drops from the underground and mainstream hip hop community. Hear DJ J-Ronin's unique NYC story, from a Caribbean filled community in Flatbush, to his passion behind hip hop and martial arts and why he thinks “everyone should be punched in the face at least once”, as a reality check. He also gives advice on being aware of your surroundings in NYC, as well as being humbled and part of the community while respecting its roots and culture as key advice for newcomers. Additionally…“Your network is your net worth.”So get out there and know…“People can feel your spirit, they can feel who you are and what you're about.” This, along with many other reasons are why doors have opened for Jonathan Marvin and why I'm glad to have met him on one unexpected subway ride, when first moving to New York City.Who said…”New Yorkers are not friendly”!Tune in to hear all this and some of his music as well as his picks on songs that define hip hop in New York and so much more. Please subscribe, rate, and review Gossipnista wherever you listen to your podcasts. Follow along on Instagram @GossipnistaPodcast to stay up-to-date on the latest about the podcast and episodes.Thank you for your support. Enjoy the interview!Xoxo,Gossipnista-------Connect with DJ Ronin on social below- Instagram Facebook YouTube (All Elements) Support the show (http://www.gossipnista.com)

Jeff and Jeremy in the Morning
Is this stuff even being enforceable?

Jeff and Jeremy in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 14:07


New survey found that 11 of 15 restaurants in Manhattan aren't asking their clientele for proof of vaccination. Jeff wonders how any of these Mandates are going to be enforced when things like the Met Gala, The Emmys, and London Breed's San Francisco Club nights are exercising selective Mask Mandates. He suggests that people do whatever they are comfortable with, and if a business asks for a mask or a vaccine card then you have a choice to make. There shouldn't be all this division... unless it is intended from the ruling class...

AP Audio Stories
Google to spend $2.1 billion on Manhattan campus acquisition

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 1:20


Agriculture Today
1027—Cattle Price Discovery Study…Coyote Behavior and Damage Control

Agriculture Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 39:06


Cattle Marketing and Price Discovery Agricultural News Headlines Coyote Social Behavior   00:01:07--Cattle Marketing and Price Discovery (part 1)--K-State agricultural economists Ted Schroeder, Brian Coffey and Glynn Tonsor discuss their just-released analysis of price discovery in the cattle markets, which was commissioned by the USDA: this in-depth study looked at the impacts of formula marketing agreements as they have evolved over the past two decades, as compared to the cash negotiated cattle trade     00:12:10--Cattle Marketing and Price Discovery (part 2)--K-State's Ted Schroeder, Brian Coffey and Glynn Tonsor talk more about their new study of cattle marketing approaches and how those affect price discovery…they came up with a set of recommendations on improving the flow of price information to cattle producers and throughout the beef production and marketing chain   00:23:14--Agricultural News--Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines, and dairy specialist Mike Brouk of K-State presents this week's edition of Milk Lines   00:31:10--Coyote Social Behavior--On this week's wildlife management segment, former K-State wildlife specialist Charlie Lee takes another look at coyote behavior, and how that influences attempts to control coyote damage                 Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast.   K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.

Brown People We Know
Anu Sehgal - South Asian Culture Educator On Sharing South Asian Diversity And Shifting From Corporate Life To Entrepreneurship

Brown People We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 65:16


Anu Seghal is a cultural educator that grew up in India as the daughter of an Hindu Army soldier and a Muslim gynecologist. She moved to the United States over 20 years ago to complete her education and began working as a brand manager for major companies including Colgate and Mattel. In those roles, Anu honed her entrepreneurial skills, something she's had since childhood, to then launch The Culture Tree. Since 2015, she's spearheaded this organization which works with museums, schools, and libraries to promote South Asian Literacy, in addition to running language classes for children! Past clients of the Culture Tree include the Met and Children's Museum of Manhattan, and in 2021 they hosted Colors of India, the first South Asian event in NYC's Hudson Yards. We talked about the diversity that Anu saw within India, both living in a multicultural household and growing up as an “army brat.” She reflected on coming to America and what she did to fit in, versus today running a business that highlights her South Asian heritage. Lastly, we talk about how running The Culture Tree has influenced the way that Anu parents and the role that Anu plays in taking care of her own mother today.

The Real Estate Sessions
Episode 293 – J. Philip Faranda, Owner/Broker J. Philip Real Estate

The Real Estate Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 56:40


Resources Mentioned: Episode Summary: Meet today's guest, J. Philip Faranda, the founder and broker of https://www.jphilip.com/ (J. Philip Real Estate) based in Westchester County. In this episode, I sit with Phil, who is based in the suburbs north of Manhattan, and he shares his unique insight on the real estate industry and describes his impactful experience working so far. Top Takeaways: "The hospitality industry is the only industry in my opinion that can make real estate look like a walk in the park." - [J. Philip Faranda] "There's no market you can't break into if you follow best practices." "If the truth can kill it, it needs to die." - [J. Philip Faranda] "Every single one of those 120million leads that are sold to Realtors every year, that's some agent who didn't take care of a customer." - [Bill Risser] "It is clear to me that most Real Estate mistakes… it is downstream from something that was unbrokered or under- brokered." - [J. Philip Faranda] "Everything you do today is a love letter to future you." - [J. Philip Faranda] Episode Highlights: [00:34] Intro [01:16] Introducing our guest, J. Philip Faranda. [03:00] About Phil's background and interests. [17:26] How Phil started in Real Estate. [24:53] About Phil's real estate company, J. Philip Real Estate. [33:35] Discussing Zillow Real Estate marketplace. [46:44] https://beverlycarterfoundation.org/ (The Beverly Carter Foundation). [53:03] Phil's advice to new agents [55:13] How to contact Phil Email- [56:25] Outro Episode Notes: After studying liberal Arts, Phil thought he would go into writing or teaching. Still, he started his first job was selling supplemental programs to Catholic schools, which he did for seven years while resisting opportunities to go into real estate with his friend. Eventually, he was offered an apartment and a monthly draw to work in Real Estate, and he took up a passion for Real Estate. He also shares that it fit his issues with attention, and he enjoyed the versatility in the experience. At some point, Phil also took a year off to work as a Bartender and later worked in mortgages for five years. Doing this, he learned that there wasn't much of a difference between real estate in Westchester and Manhattan, especially if best practices are followed. He took the course and started his company. In describing the inspiration for his real estate company, https://www.jphilip.com/ (J. Philip Real Estate), Phil shares that he had to go by J. Philip to differentiate himself from his father. So, he had to answer to the name J. Philip in school, which later became the name of his company. The brokerage grew and now has close to 100 agents. Phil had picked up blogging to keep himself sane after the market crash in 2008; however, it ended up boosting his brand, growing his following, and helping him recruit more agents as the blog created an impression that the company was more significant than it indeed was. Phil shares that he deeply enjoys blogging and all that comes with it. Phil shares that his company was the first brokerage in his market to syndicate to Zillow marketplace ahead of everyone else. After he sent an email to Spencer Rascoff, former CEO at Zillow, pointing out a need for a change in the strategy of marketing Zillow, he was asked to be on the advisory board. After working there for a few years, there was some misapprehension towards the changes, but he believed it was necessary. Phil believes that Zillow will have to reinvent itself to stay ahead of the curve. Addressing the concern agents have about competing with Zillow, Phil explains that most real estate mistakes come from unbrokered or under-brokered deals based on the poor performance of agents; as such, the focus should be directed at such poor practices.  Talking about his work with the Beverly Carter Foundation, where he served as President, Phil narrates experiences that

Messenger Mastermind
Ep. 135 Making All of Your Customers VIPs with Marius Morariu of Tracie Martyn (Personalization Series 3 of 4)

Messenger Mastermind

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 41:24


This week, Jeremy dives into a personalization case-study with Marius Morariu, co-founder and CEO of Tracie Martyn Skincare, about how he has expanded his company from a high-end spa in Manhattan to an online business. Using many of the tools the Messenger Mastermind team has been sharing in this series, Marius's strategies are an example of how to make every customer feel happy, confident, and special, whether they are walking the red carpet or getting ready for date night. Listen ahead for an inspiring example of how quizzes, pop-ups, and email and SMS automations can work for any kind of a company - including one that was founded as an in-person, brick-and-mortar venture. This series is presented in partnership with Octane AI and Gorgias. ------------------------------------------------------------ What if your brand could leverage more customer data to combat data privacy changes and boost conversions? With Octane AI, every Shopify and Shopify Plus merchant can. Featuring Shop Quiz and Conversational Pop-ups, merchants use Octane AI to get to know customers on a deeper level by collecting zero-party data. Using this data, you can engage with your customers through personalized campaigns and flows across all channels, building lasting relationships. The ROI from using Octane AI is incredible: brands have increased email signups by 16X and driven a 28% increase in AOV. Octane AI has plans for any-sized business. Learn more and get started on your zero-party data journey at OctaneAI.com/Mastermind. ------------------------------------------------------------ Did you know that loyal customers are 9x more likely to convert compared to a first-time shopper? That's why using personalization to deliver exceptional customer service is so important for your retention & growth. Gorgias combines all your communication channels including email, SMS, social media, livechat, and phone, into one platform and gives you an organized view of all tickets. This saves your support team hours per day and makes managing customer orders a breeze. With Gorgias you can see the customer's order information right beside tickets, so you can personalize responses with things like their first name, order, and tracking number. Brands like Princess Polly, OLIPOP and Steve Madden have reduced their response times and increased efficiencies with Gorgias. For more information, go to gorgias.com and mention the Messenger Mastermind podcast for two months free.

Ellevate Podcast: Conversations With Women Changing the Face of Business
Episode 274: Building a Stronger Community, with Grace Young

Ellevate Podcast: Conversations With Women Changing the Face of Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 46:15


Join us as we replay our Story Cooking Class from Mobilize Women Week, where Grace Young discusses the work that she's been doing to support and preserve Manhattan's Chinatown and how we can help.

Saving Elephants | Millennials defending & expressing conservative values
Episode 91 – Invisible Men with Ian Rowe and Nique Fajors

Saving Elephants | Millennials defending & expressing conservative values

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 54:23


Saving Elephants host Josh Lewis is joined by Ian Rowe and Nique Fajors—two black Harvard Business School graduates—who hope to change the narrative and highlight the positive achievements of black men in the United States.  What is wrong with the common narrative surrounding black men?  How much has changed over recent decades and are those changes adequately reflected in the narrative?   Ian and Nique host The Invisible Men, a podcast and video platform interviewing successful black men.  In the aftermath of Rodney King's assault by police officers in the 90s and his attackers' subsequent acquittal, Ian Rowe and Nique Fajors grew weary of a public narrative proclaiming that black men in America were doomed to failure under an oppressive system.  A feeling of invisibleness struck both Ian and Nique who were then Harvard Business School classmates as the stories of men like them became increasingly ignored in the public eye.  Today, Ian and Nique have resurrected “The Invisible Men” as a video podcast.  In their inaugural episode, Ian and Nique share their inspiration behind launching “The Invisible Men” documentary in the 90s and discuss why—30 years later—their message of agency and empowerment is needed more than ever.   About Ian Rowe Ian Rowe is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he focuses on education and upward mobility, family formation, and adoption.  Mr. Rowe is also the cofounder of Vertex Partnership Academies, a new network of character-based International Baccalaureate high schools opening in the Bronx in 2022; the chairman of the board of Spence-Chapin, a nonprofit adoption services organization; and the cofounder of the National Summer School Initiative.  He concurrently serves as a senior visiting fellow at the Woodson Center and a writer for the 1776 Unites Campaign.   Until July 1, 2020, Mr. Rowe was CEO of Public Prep, a nonprofit network of public charter schools based in the South Bronx and Lower East Side of Manhattan.  Before joining Public Prep, he was deputy director of postsecondary success at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, senior vice president of strategic partnerships and public affairs at MTV, director of strategy and performance measurement at the USA Freedom Corps office in the White House, and cofounder and president of Third Millennium Media.  Mr. Rowe also joined Teach for America in its early days.   Mr. Rowe has an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was the first black editor-in-chief of The Harbus, the Harvard Business School newspaper; a BS in computer science engineering from Cornell University; and a diploma in electrical engineering from Brooklyn Technical High School (Brooklyn Tech), one of New York City's elite public schools, which specializes in science, technology, and mathematics.   You can follow Mr. Rowe on Twitter @IanVRowe   About Nique Fajors Nique Fajors is a business leader in retail, e-Commerce, software entertainment, and organizational development.  Mr. Fajors has launched over 85 e-Commerce products and services generating over $2.1 billion.  A nationally respected business thought leader, he has been quoted in the New York Times, The Financial Times, and Business Week and been a speaker at TEDx.   You can follow Mr. Fajors on Twitter @NFajors  

Un air d'amérique
Famille Royale : pourquoi le prince Andrew pourrait faire face à la justice américaine ?

Un air d'amérique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 4:00


Au Royaume-Uni, le Prince Andrew va peut-être devoir faire face à la justice américaine. Virginia Giuffre, accuse l'un des fils de la reine d'Angleterre, d'agressions sexuelles à 3 reprises, alors qu'elle était mineure. L'affaire tourne dans les nouvelles depuis plusieurs années, mais elle a subi un gros coup d'accélérateur ces derniers jours. Virginia Giuffre a formellement porté plainte le 9 août dernier, devant le tribunal fédéral de Manhattan. Elle n'avait fait que lancer des accusations sans entamer de procédure légale jusque-là. Mais aujourd'hui, elle assure qu'Andrew est "l'un des hommes puissants" à qui elle a été "remise dans un but sexuel". C'était entre 2000 et 2002, quand elle a été la victime du vaste trafic sexuel pour lequel le financier Jeffrey Epstein a été incarcéré, avant de se suicider en 2019. Le prince, lui, a toujours nié les faits.

Une lettre d'Amérique
101. États-Unis : l'Arizona, terre du Grand Canyon, d'un shérif terrifiant et d'un astronaute devenu sénateur

Une lettre d'Amérique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 14:12


Cactus, Grand Canyon et immigration illégale... Dans ce nouvel épisode d'Une Lettre d'Amérique, cap sur l'Arizona. Cet État du sud-ouest des États-Unis est l'archétype des grands espaces, mais il est aussi représentatif des grands changements électoraux dans le pays, de ces États du sud qui deviennent de moins en moins conservateurs. Pour beaucoup d'Américains, l'Arizona, qui partage une frontière avec le Mexique, c'est aussi le lieu d'une figure incontournable de la lutte contre l'immigration illégale : Joe Arpaio. Chaque semaine, le mardi, Lionel Gendron nous adresse une lettre d'Amérique. Un podcast sous forme de courrier audio, posté depuis Manhattan, à New York. Une carte postale sonore pour nous aider à mieux comprendre cette Amérique à la fois si familière et parfois totalement déconcertante.

Your Company Health
Your Health And Chiropractic Care With Dr. Charles Krieger

Your Company Health

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 34:26


In this episode of the podcast, we speak with Dr. Charles Krieger of Krieger Health Solutions. His first clinic was opened in 1961 in Astoria, New York, just three subway stops from mid-town Manhattan. He left the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple and is pleased to provide the families of Roswell and the surrounding areas with our long-standing commitment to quality care. According to Dr. Krieger, "The level of stress that people are living with has never been greater, and it doesn't show any signs of stopping; in fact if anything it is likely to continue to increase. Our goal is to help our patients learn how to engage in a healthier lifestyle and live more congruently so they can confront the stress in their lives and be productive".Dr. Krieger discusses the importance of committing to chiropractic care and living a healthy lifestyle. This he highlighted as the foundation for optimal health. Learn more about Dr. Charles Krieger at kriegerhealthsolutions.comPlease write us a review on Apple: https://lnkd.in/dRceusyLike us on Facebook: https://lnkd.in/dpAzCNT

Three Questions, Three Drinks with Chris Mikolay
Ep. 25 - Huey Lewis and the Power of Second Chances

Three Questions, Three Drinks with Chris Mikolay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 65:20


Everyone in life deserves a second chance. Revisiting prior questions they wish they could have answered differently, posing questions they wanted to ask but never did, and mixing their favorite drinks from the first two dozen episodes, Chris, Amanda and Matt are joined by a 3Q3D superfan for a conversation that (in true 3Q3D fashion) veers from the superficial to the profound and everywhere in between. Drinks in this episode:>> The Old Cuban cocktail – 1 ½ oz aged rum, ¾ oz fresh lime juice, 1 oz simple syrup, 2 dashes Angostura bitters; mix ingredients in shaker, pour into a coupe glass and top with ½ oz champagne and a mint leaf>> Peanut Butter and Jelly cocktail – 1 ½ oz Skrewball peanut butter whiskey, ¾ oz Chambord, pinch of salt; pout into glass with crushed ice, stir and top with 1 oz club soda>> Manhattan cocktail – 1 oz Bulleit Rye bourbon, 1 oz sweet Vermouth, 2 dashes Angostura bitters, 1 dash orange bitters, garnish with Luxardo cherryIf you've been enjoying the 3Q3D podcast, please consider sharing an episode with a friend, and give us a follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3drinkspodcast/ Thank you!

Crimson & Cream Machine: For Oklahoma Sooners fans
Ep. 121: Sooners trade punches with Nebraska

Crimson & Cream Machine: For Oklahoma Sooners fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 50:49


Kamiar and Stephen talk post game and try to understand what is going on with the Oklahoma Sooners and their lack of success in comparison to all other previous years Lincoln Riley has been at OU. They also look forward a little bit to WVU and the matchup with KSU in Manhattan in a couple of weeks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bowery Boys: New York City History
Rewind: Revolutionary Fire/The End of Nathan Hale

The Bowery Boys: New York City History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 47:05


On the occasion of the 245th anniversary of the Revolutionary War in New York City, we revisit the story of the Great Fire of 1776, the drumbeat of war leading up to the disaster, and the tragic story of the American patriot Nathan Hale. This is a reedited, remastered version of an episode that we recorded in 2015. A little after midnight on September 21, 1776, the Fighting Cocks Tavern on Whitehall Street caught on fire. The drunken revelers inside the tavern were unable to stop the blaze, and it soon raged into a dangerous inferno, spreading up the west side of Manhattan. Some reports state that the fire started accidentally in the tavern fireplace. But was it actually set on purpose -- on the orders of George Washington? Meanwhile, underneath this sinister story is another, smaller drama -- that of a young man on a spy mission, sent by Washington into enemy territory. His name was Nathan Hale, and his fate would intersect with the disastrous events of that perilous night. PLUS: The legacy of St. Paul's Chapel, a lasting reminder not only of the Great Fire of 1776 but of an even greater disaster which occurred almost exactly 225 years later. boweryboyshistory.com If you like the show, please rate and review on Apple Podcasts. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/boweryboys See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.