With less than six weeks left until the general election, a new poll shows Gov. Kathy Hochul with a double-digit lead over challenger Rep. Lee Zeldin. What can the Republican candidate do to shake up the dynamics in a heavily Democratic race? NY1's political reporters Zack Fink, Kelly Mena and Bob Hardt look at the race and share their insights on the campaign strategies of each candidate. Meanwhile, with the influx of migrants having pushed the NYC shelter system to beyond its breaking point, Mayor Eric Adams has set up semi-permanent tents in an Orchard Beach parking lot in the Bronx as a temporary solution to this rapidly increasing problem. Many, however, are finding fault with this emergency plan for a variety of reasons. The team discusses the “tent city” and what the city can do about this ongoing issue. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the governor's race. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
General Jerry Boykin, from Family Research Council, examines the political issues effecting our Military today in 2022 and he's also released a new book titled " Strong & Courageous: A Call to Biblical Manhood" that will be out on book shelves and distributors shortly. Behnam Ben Taleblu, from the Foundation of Defense of Democracies, looks at the political protests and upheaval currently ongoing in Iran after recent killings of Anti-Government protestors has sparked national outrage and coverage of freedoms being suppressed in the name of religious morality. Shelley Goldberg, formerly of NY1, looks at ways we can strengthen our kids view of Critical Thinking instead of Critical Race Theory. Dr. Douglas Howard from Balance of Nature looks at the value of Plant Based Foods.
This month, NY1 celebrated its 30th anniversary. The channel has covered a lot of news since 1992 and has documented how the city has changed. In this episode, hear from some of NY1's veterans about what the early days were like. The show also includes some jingles that will bring you back to the '90s. Pat Kiernan then speaks with some of his colleagues about how working for NY1 has impacted them and how the channel has impacted the city.
Hello to the small group of people who actually read the show notes! You are the chosen ones no matter what anyone tells you! I hope these show notes find you in good health and humor. I hope if you are reading them at the end of September that you are as excited about autumn as I am and I hope you will enjoy today's episode so much that you will consider becoming a subscriber if you aren't already! Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Dr Christina Greer is hosting a new podcast called The Blackest Questions Christina Greer is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University - Lincoln Center (Manhattan) campus. Her research and teaching focus on American politics, Black ethnic politics, campaigns and elections, and public opinion. Prof. Greer's book Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream (Oxford University Press) investigates the increasingly ethnically diverse black populations in the US from Africa and the Caribbean. She finds that both ethnicity and a shared racial identity matter and also affect the policy choices and preferences for black groups. Professor Greer is currently working on a manuscript detailing the political contributions of Barbara Jordan, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Stacey Abrams. She recently co-edited Black Politics in Transition, which explores gentrification, suburbanization, and immigration of Blacks in America. She is a member of the board of The Tenement Museum in NYC, The Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT, Community Change in Washington, DC, and serves on the Advisory Board at Tufts University in Medford, MA. She is a frequent political commentator on several media outlets, primarily MSNBC, WNYC, and NY1, and is often quoted in media outlets such as the NYTimes, Wall Street Journal, and the AP. She is the co-host of the New York centered podcast FAQ-NYC, is a host of the The Blackest Questions Podcast and political analyst at thegrio.com, is a frequent author and narrator for the TedEd educational series, and also writes a weekly column for The Amsterdam News, one of the oldest black newspapers in the U.S. Prof. Greer received her BA from Tufts University and her MA, MPhil, and PhD in Political Science from Columbia University. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
Be careful what you stroke to! It could make you a viral sensation and the laughing stock of the league – or worse, you might lose your gig as a weatherman. Better get Ron Desantis on the phone, we need some cheap labor to clean up the mess we're about to make on our keyboards and on the screen, it's a fresh episode of the Savage Sacktap, and it starts right now! Twt: @MikeMontone IG: @Gary_Moyler YT: Mike Montone FB: The Savage Crew
This week, New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a civil lawsuit against former president Donald Trump and his company for “violating the law as part of his efforts to generate profits for himself, his family, and his company.” The lawsuit seeks $250 million in penalties and wants the Trump family to be effectively banned from doing business in New York for five years. NY1's Zack Fink, Kelly Mena and Juan Manuel Benítez took a look at how the charges against Trump continue to mount, and what the end results may be. Also, the debate about the controversial congestion pricing plan continues in the city. Rep. Ritchie Torres of the Bronx has raised concerns after hearing the proposal, noting the Bronx may end up with more pollution from diverted traffic. The team digs into the MTA's plan for congestion pricing and makes a prediction about whether it will ever come to pass. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about congestion pricing. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why does representation and diversity in the classroom matter?How does it make an impact on how our students view themselves?Our students need trusted adults who are available to answer questions about identity and therefore can make a difference in their lives in the long term.Encouraging conversations about all sorts of intersections of identity in a safe and honest space promotes belonging. As educators, we have the ability to create the type of spaces that support young people to flourish and thrive.Welcome to episode 3 of Take Notes with Jen Rafferty! In this episode, I'm speaking with Eric Williamson! He is a former conductor with the Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Youth Chorus, and music teacher at PS 32 in Brooklyn. Eric has also joined the national facilitation team of the Human Rights Campaign - Welcoming Schools Program, the nation's largest bullying prevention, and LGBTQ+ inclusive education initiativeWe explore the effects of insufficient education available to teachers on handling this topic, and how self-reflection and personal development can be a catalyst for change.Also, how a simple mindset shift can help us lean into conflict, and uncomfortable situations so these vital conversations can be had to better serve our students.Today is all about inclusion and cultivating communities for belonging for our youth, and the difference having these conversations makes in students' lives.As educators, we get to foster safety for our students, even when it's not easy.Because feeling safe to be our most authentic selves is how we all grow and shine!Stay empowered,Jen Let's keep the conversation going! Find me at:Click here to learn all the ways you can work with me: Jen Rafferty | Instagram, YouTube, Facebook | LinktreeInstagram: @jenrafferty_FaceBook: Empowered Educator Faculty Room About Eric WilliamsonEric Williamson is Black Boy Joy! He has captured the hearts of many on international stages with his magnetic energy and light. A former conductor with the Grammy award-winning Brooklyn Youth Chorus and a music teacher at P.S. 32 in Brooklyn, he is no stranger to cultivating communities of belonging for LGBTQ youth. In 2021, he was featured in NY1 for teaching a lesson with NYC Chancellor Meisha Porter on personal pronouns to one of his 1st-grade classes. This led to several workshop opportunities to lead and facilitate conversations with parents and teachers on topics regarding race, anti-racism, sexuality, identity, and culturally responsive teaching. He recently joined the national facilitation team of the Human Rights Campaign Welcoming Schools program, the Nation's largest bullying prevention and LGBTQ+ inclusive education initiative. A native of Teaneck, NJ, Mr. Williamson received his B.A. in Music from the Pennsylvania State University and his M.A. in Music Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Connect with Eric here:Website: www.ericwilliamson.orgIG: @EricWilliamsonTenorFB: Eric Williamson
An Instagram model has claimed that she and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine had an affair in a shocking, now-viral TikTok. Moments where Meghan Markle was almost entirely blocked by a giant candle have some people convinced that her seat in the pews of Westminster Abbey was an intentional snub. An Emmy-nominated weatherman for NY1 claims he was fired after someone on an adult webcam site took nude photos of him and sent them to his boss, according to a new lawsuit. Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Vladimir Caamano and Hollie Harper visit Friends and discuss what it means to have Queen behavior in tense moments and more with host Marina Franklin. Vladimir Caamano - With the name “Vladimir,” few people expect a Dominican from The Bronx to take the stage. His comedic style is the fruit of an immigrant Dominican family living in the cultural mecca that is New York City and is described as an elegant combination of urban grit and intellect. He began polishing his wit in the concrete jungles of The Bronx and Washington Heights and after graduating from Wesleyan University launched into Stand Up Comedy. After his stand out performance at Just for Laughs (JFL) in 2015, Vlad entered into a put pilot development deal to co-write, and star in a pilot based off of his comedy for NBC with Bill Lawrence and WB supervising. Vlad co-wrote the script with UNDATEABLE writer, Adam Styzikiel and recently shot the pilot directed by Phill Lewis. Vlad was the only one of his New Faces class to be chosen to perform as part of the CW Gala hosted by Howie Mandel. In 2016, Vlad was named one of the Top 10 Comics to Watch by Variety and was honored at JFL. In 2017 Vlad made his late-night standup debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and performed again at the prestigious Just for Laughs Gala hosted by Lilly Singh. Vlad has been seen on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Marvel's Runaways, and NBC's Superstore. He is currently developing television shows with top comedy producers and networks. Hollie Harper is a comedy nerd from South Jersey. She is currently the creator and co-exec producer of Hella Late! with Hollie Harper on BRIC TV and a co-host of the nationally trending Twitter Storytelling Chat “BlerdDating.” Hella Late! with Hollie Harper was recently in the 2021 NYC Web Fest where she was nominated as Best Actress.Hollie was a semi-finalist in the 2019 NBC Standup Competition and has been featured on NY1, and in Black Enterprise Magazine, Thrive Global, Confessional Magazine and Black San Diego Magazine. Her popular sketch comedy show AMERICAN CANDY has played the Comic Strip, Gotham Comedy Club, BAM Café as well as the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Time Out Chicago named them one of the five groups to watch. Hollie is a regular host for West Side Comedy Club in NYC and works with Gold Comedy and Stand Up Girls, two programs that empower young women by teaching them standup comedy. She was recently the talent coordinator and casting for “Blood Lassi” on Spotify, written by Pratima Mani, and moderated the panel for the Emmy Award winning, WOC editing team of Black Lady Sketch Show for The Black TV and Film Collective. She is also the Creative Consultant for the very successful Black Women in Comedy Laff Fest. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf
WNYC/Gothamist senior political reporter Brigid Bergin hosts a conversation about how recent redistricting has changed what politics and campaigning looks like in New York. NYC's New District LinesFirst, we'll take a look at the new electoral map being drawn up for New York City. Dennis Walcott, chair of the New York City Council Redistricting Commission and CEO and president of the Queens Public Library, joins to discuss the new district lines, and the process that's gone into shaping them. Meaningful Representation For Communities Of InterestNext, Jerry Vattamala, democracy program director at the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund unpacks the community advocacy that's gone into the redistricting process, and why his group is pushing to keep Asian American communities 'whole'. [Begins at 24:16] Reporter Roundtable: Policy, Power and RedistrictingThen, NY1 political reporter Emily Ngo, and Ben Max, executive editor of Gotham Gazette and the host of the Max Politics podcast, break down what the new district lines could mean for the politics and policy ambitions of New York's local, state and federal legislators. [Begins at 35:25] Visit The People's Guide To Power for more information and episodes.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott continues to send asylum seekers to New York City, putting stress on the city's shelter system. Over 11,000 migrants have arrived in the city since May, and there are more buses coming almost every day. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez take a detailed look at Mayor Eric Adams' response to the crisis and also discuss why some sanctuary cities are suddenly being overwhelmed. Additionally, another death has been reported at Rikers Island. Courtney Gross was there this week, and she talked to the team about what she saw, and if the city has any proper solution for the ongoing problem at the notorious jail complex. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about Adams' handling of the migrant issue. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
Labor Day political season is now upon us and we are a mere eight weeks away from the gubernatorial election in New York State. Many are starting to think that Republican challenger Lee Zeldin is in a decent position to make the race against incumbent Democrat, Kathy Hochul, a close one. NY1's political reporters Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez take a detailed look at the candidates' campaign strategies thus far and give us their thoughts on how it may all play out in November. Additionally, arsenic was found in the water at the Jacob Riis Houses in the East Village last week. The timeline of when it was found and when it was revealed to both the tenants and the public has been the subject of much scrutiny. The team weighs in on the issue and looks into the murky disclosure of the facts surrounding it. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the governor's race. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this week's episode, we have not one, but two stories from Story Collider's board member Latasha Wright. This is her fourth story featured on our podcast and her fifth story she's told for The Story Collider! Part 1: Biologist Latasha Wright is at work one day when she suddenly begins to experience intense pain. Part 2: Just before she leaves for her dream opportunity to teach marine science on the Red Sea, Latasha Wright gets a call that puts her plans in jeopardy. This story originally aired on February 22, 2019 in an episode titled “Inspiration.” Latasha Wright received her Ph.D. from NYU Langone Medical Center in Cell and Molecular Biology. After her studies, she went on to continue her scientific training at Johns Hopkins University and Weill Cornell Medical Center. She has coauthored numerous publications and presented her work at international and national conferences. In 2011, she joined the crew of the BioBus, a mobile science lab dedicated to bringing hands on science and inspiration to students from all socioeconomic backgrounds. The BioBus creates a setting that fosters innovation and creativity. Students are encouraged to ask questions, formulate hypotheses, and design experiments. Through the BioBus, Latasha was able to share her love of science with a new generation of potential scientists. Everyday that she spends teaching students about science in this transformative environment helps her remember that science is fun. She loves sharing the journey of discovery with students of all ages. In 2014, the BioBus team launched an immersive, unintimidating laboratory space called the BioBase, a community laboratory model. At the BioBase students are encouraged to explore their scientific potential through in-depth programming and hands-on experimentation. Latasha has lead the efforts in establishing this community laboratory model, and hopes to build on its success in other communities. The efforts of the BioBus' team to promote science education to all communities in New York City has been recognized by numerous news outlets, including the WNYC science radio program Hypothesis. Additionally, Latasha has been featured as NY1's New Yorker of the Week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Billy & Dom talk to Gianmarco Soresi about the Will Smith slap, getting started in acting and stand up, dealing with hecklers, the New York vs. Los Angeles comedian scenes, his obsession for Survivor, and then Eat the World with Ramen Noodles.Gianmarco's stand up has been featured on Comedy Central, Netflix's Bonding, PBS' Stories from the Stage, SeeSo's New York's Funniest, Real Housewives of New York (really), NY1, New York LIVE, Vanity Fair, George Takei Presents and he was the winner of Amazon's Comics Watching Comics Season 8.Gianmarco has been paid to pretend he's someone else in the movie Hustlers with Jennifer Lopez, Here Today with Billy Crystal, TBS's The Last OG with Tracy Morgan, Apple's Little Voices, CBS's Blue Bloods, ABC's Deception and What Would You Do?, A&E's Unforgettable, Lifetime's I love You But I Lied, and TruTV's Hack My Life. He was also the former spokesman for General Electricand Baby Bottle Pop and has done voice over work for GE, Coca-Cola, Audible, and is willing to go on nearly every podcast that asks him. Get your Friendship Onion merchandise at https://www.thefriendshiponionpodcast.com! Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes and please be sure to rate, subscribe, and leave a comment/review! And be sure to follow and add your favorite funky jams to our Spotify playlist "The Friendship Onion." Feel free to leave Billy and Dom a message with your comments, questions, or just to say hello at https://www.speakpipe.com/thefriendshiponion or write us an email at email@example.com TFO's IG - @thefriendshiponion Billy's IG - @boydbilly Dom's IG - @dom_monaghan_Gianmarco's IG: @gianmarcosoresiGianmarco's Tiktok: @gianmarcosoresiGianmarco's YouTubeThe Downside Podcast Produced by Jon - IG: @jcvackVisit Bambee.com/onion right now.Visit BetterHelp.com/ONION today to get 10% off your first month. Visit Indeed.com/ONION to start hiring now.To find out if your employer offers Allstate Identity Protection, head to AIP.com/ONION. If not, get a 30 day free trial at AIP.com/ONION.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We had a controversial show this week. Some of the Quarterback lists caught scrutiny. We also did our College Football Playoff preview! The guys discussed the Mt Rushmore for NY1 vs Miami and we did our FIRST PICK'EM of the Football season! Can Scholastic Shally hold the title again this year for College? Will College Catrell take the crown back? Will the NFL GENEius take over College Football like he did the NFL?
Dyslexia is believed to affect 20% of the population, and for the city's public schools, that could mean hundreds of thousands of students. For years, parents and teachers have struggled to identify dyslexia and implement new ways of learning. But beginning this school year, Mayor Eric Adams is launching a pilot program to better screen students for learning disabilities and teach them new ways of reading. Pat Kiernan sits down with NY1 education reporter Jillian Jorgensen to talk about the new program and the upcoming school year.
We toss around the word "skeptic" a lot, but what does that mean? Are climate skeptics the same? If you consider yourself a different kind of skeptic, we want to hear about it! Call us at 585-526-8774 or https://tiny.cc/callSG.___________________TIME STAMPS & CALL NOTES 00:00 - Intro - Eric Needs to Talk About Skepticism 14:06 - What Are The Precepts of Skepticism? - Mark (he/him) - CA18:52 - What Are Extraordinary Claims? - Rae (they/them) - UK 43:15 - Calling Out Christian Hypocrisy - John (he/him) - LA 1:00:02 - Are Christians the Real Lizard People? - Ameet (he/him) - NY1:14:03 - Should We “Identify” as Skeptics? - Micaiah (he/them) - TX 00:00 Eric wants to discuss what skepticism actually is, and what it is not. Why do some conspiracy theorists gravitate toward the term “skeptic” and how do we distance ourselves from outrageous claims? 14:06Why don't people understand the burden of proof, the null hypothesis, and Occam's razor? This caller laments the lack of skepticism in the general population, and the hosts suggest having a large skeptical demographic may not be in the best interest of the powerful. 18:52This call starts with a Hitch quote and ends with a discussion on whether or not aliens have sent UFOs to earth. Eric gets a bee in his bonnet about the caller's willingness to put extraterrestrial life as a viable option for unexplained events. Vi sees a middle ground. 43:15This theist caller has been hanging out with atheists on Sundays, and has been seeing things differently than he used to. He addresses what he sees as hypocrisy in the Church, especially around the idea of who can be saved and what a “true Christian” even is. Vi and Eric give this guy two thumbs up! 1:00:02Why is it a conspiracy theory to say that lizard people are taking over the government, but NOT a conspiracy theory to suggest that Christian Nationalists are? This caller wants to know how to best hold himself accountable and avoid falling into a conspiracy mindset. Vi points out that the problem with conspiracy theories is not the claim itself, but rather the method used to get to said claim. 1:14:03Is skepticism a tool, an identity, or both? This caller wants to know if identifying as a “skeptic” is a good thing to do. Eric emphasizes the value of viewing your epistemology as a tool rather than a personality trait, while Vi explains the potential pros and cons of using labels to find community online. ___________________Skeptic Generation is LIVE every Sunday at 11:30am-1:00pm CTCall on your phone: 585-LA-MURPH (585-526-8774) Call online: https://tiny.cc/callSG Love the show? Become a patron: https://tiny.cc/donatetoSG Buy our new Class of ‘22 merch: http://tiny.cc/SG22MerchHelp with our studio: https://tiny.cc/SGwishlist Join us after the show on Discord: https://tiny.cc/SGdiscord To find out more, visit https://www.skepticgeneration.com Copyright © 2022 Skeptic Generation. All rights reserved.
With primary day come and gone, the “Off Topic/On Politics” team breaks down the election results and weighed in on themes from the campaign trail. NY1 political reporters, Zack Fink, Juan Manuel Benítez and Courtney Gross, analyzed how the competitive races in 10th and 12th Congressional Districts shook out. The team discussed whether Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou could run in November on the Working Families Party line. The team also looked at the results of key state senate races and how progressives performed in the primaries overall. We want to hear from you, especially what you thought about the primary. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the 193rd episode of You Know I'm Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by Staten Island FerryHawks Executive Vice President/General Manager Gary Perone for an exclusive interview to discuss: - Rickey Henderson ruining his day when he was 12 - Brooklyn guy born and raised before moving to Staten Island as an adult. Favorite places to eat growing up? - Went to St. Francis College. What did he study? - Working for the MTA - Brooklyn Cyclones launch in 2000 and he joins the team as Director of Community Relations Marketing/Sales. How did that come about? - Working from 2004 - 2006 as the Assistant General Manager of the Staten Island Yankees - 2007 return to the Cyclones and coming up with great promotions - 2007 become an Associate Professional Scout for the Mets - 2014 became Adjunct professor at LIU Brooklyn - Founded the Borough Cup - Relationship with John Franco and former You Know I'm Right guest Craig Carton - November 2021 became the Executive VP and GM of the FerryHawks. How did it happen? - NY1's Shannan Ferry believing she should be the FerryHawks mascot - What future events could we see at the SIUH Community Park? - You Know I'm Right moment
In this solo episode of the Beyond Trauma Podcast, I take a look back at the wisdom our guests shared with us in Season 1 as well as drop some hints about Season 2 and who is to come...(hint... some MEGA stars) I also make some announcements about what I have been working on and how we might work together! Join me as usual for our next guest episode in two weeks! Lara Land is a deeply compassionate coach, consultant and yoga teacher trainer specializing in trauma sensitivity. Her work is in helping to heal trauma both subtle and significant and train others to do the same using yoga, meditation, mindfulness and breathing practices. Lara has spent the last 25 years studying and sharing yoga asana, chanting, meditation, and philosophy directly from her teachers in India. Her commitment is to honor the traditions of yoga by responding to the needs of each individual, using a unique combination of practices and techniques that are appropriate for their personal growth. Some of her many certifications include: trauma informed mindfulness, life coaching, therapeutic fasting, and mindfulness in nature. Lara has been featured in and contributed to New York Magazine, Huffington Post, Yoga Journal, Apartment Therapy and on Fox5, CBS, NY1 and SiriusRadioXM. As always, you can find me at: www.laraland.us www.soulfestrevolution.com www.threeandahalfacres.org www.buymeacoffee.com/CoachLara
With primary day approaching once again, the team previews the upcoming election one last time. NY1 political reporters Juan Manuel Benítez, Courtney Gross and Emily Ngo give their views on what to expect on Tuesday and focus on the highly publicized races in 10th and 12th Congressional Districts, including some rather surprising endorsements from a former president. They also weigh in on who is ahead in the polls and how accurate the polls are. Additionally, there are some notable down-ballot races and the team explains why they're worth keeping an eye on. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the upcoming primary. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
On the 192nd episode of You Know I'm Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by NY1's Shannan Ferry for an exclusive interview to discuss: - Attending Hofstra University - Internships with NY1 and Fox News - Working for the Hofstra University the tv and radio stations - Being the On-Field Host for Long Island Ducks - Joining NY1 right after graduation. How did that opportunity come about? - Favorite events she has gotten to cover? - Being the unofficial Staten Island Ferry Hawks mascot - You Know I'm Right moment
Rep. Jerry Nadler and Rep. Carolyn Maloney have had a long history of friendship and working together in Congress. But when the new maps were approved for the 12th Congressional District, they were faced with a tough call: sit out the next election or run against a longtime colleague. Now, the politicians from the East Side and the West Side are facing off. Making the race more interesting is a third candidate, Suraj Patel, who hopes that he can pull enough votes away from the septuagenarians to secure a victory. Pat Kiernan speaks with NY1 political reporters to discuss the race.
With just days to go until early voting, six of the leading Democratic candidates seeking to represent the 10th Congressional District met for a live primary debate. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Bob Hardt analyzed the face-off, which was hosted by Spectrum News NY1/WNYC-Gothamist. While there's not a lot of daylight between the candidates, the team highlighted their subtle differences and discussed which moments they found surprising. Also, Texas has been recently sending asylum seekers to the city, causing a situation that Mayor Eric Adams described as “horrific.” This has prompted an exchange of words between Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Adams. While the circumstances are still unfolding, the team commented on where things currently stand. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about Gov. Abbott's busing of migrants from Texas. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, six of the leading Democratic candidates for New York's 10th Congressional District squared off in a primary debate, co-hosted by Spectrum News NY1 and WNYC-Gothamist. Moderators Errol Louis and Brigid Bergin of WNYC weighed in on the highlights of the showdown, including the moments candidates attacked each other on issues of personal investments and differing policy views. Errol and Brigid shared their thoughts and insights, including what they thought about the candidates' answers to a question about former Mayor Bill de Blasio. And if you missed any part, you can listen to the entire debate immediately after their discussion. Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com
Candidates Carolyn Maloney, Jerry Nadler and Suraj Patel met this week on the debate stage in the race for the 12th Congressional District, which recently combined large swaths of the west and east sides of Manhattan. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez shared their takeaways of the showdown, hosted by Spectrum News NY1/WNYC-Gothamist. They also offered some insight of who may have made the most impact, noting that the incumbents leaned on their many achievements, while Patel campaigned for fresh energy in Congress. As early voting is about to begin, the team looked at some rather noteworthy state Senate primaries, and how those races may play out later this month. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about this week's NY-12 debate. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
Autonomous vehicles might have seemed like a concept from a future age, but engineers and car manufacturers have been inching towards this new technology in recent years. But even if a car can navigate itself on the widest of open roads, New York has a unique traffic terrain unlike anywhere in the world. Pat Kiernan speaks with NY1 transit reporter Dan Rivoli about the traffic, pedestrians and obstacles that might stand in the way of autonomous vehicles driving around New York City.
A long time in the making, the controversial Penn Station redevelopment picked up some steam this week after getting approval from a key state board. While there are still many questions to be answered — including the final cost — NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez took a detailed look at where the project currently stands and the pros and cons of such an enormous undertaking. Also, as early voting quickly approaches, they discussed the race for the 12th Congressional District, which is one of the more competitive contests on the ballot this August. Which of the two democratic heavyweights, Rep. Jerrold Nadler or Rep. Carolyn Maloney, will win the battle? And exactly where does Suraj Patel fit into all of this? The conversation also includes a brief detour into the recent attack on gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin and bail reform. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the Penn Station renovation. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
La Corte Suprema negó una petición del gobierno Biden para que se permitiera seguir aplicando un memorándum del Secretario de Seguridad Interna que establece prioridades en arrestos y deportaciones mientras el caso se conoce en el tribunal supremo. El gobierno no puede deportar a los once millones de inmigrantes no autorizados y por eso establece 'prioridades'. En el Podcast de Inmigración con NY1, el abogado Luis Gómez Alfaro conversa con Carlos Rajo sobre las implicaciones de lo decidido por la Corte.
Struggling to pick up political traction, former Mayor Bill de Blasio abruptly ended his congressional bid. In a video released on Twitter, an emotional de Blasio also indicated he'd be leaving electoral politics completely. NY1's Zack Fink, Bob Hardt and Kelly Mena analyze the decision to end his candidacy, as well as what this may mean for his legacy. They also weigh in on some of the criticism the GOP has been throwing at Gov. Kathy Hochul as the gubernatorial race heats up. Is she misusing state-owned planes and helicopters, or is this just a tradition in Albany? And is she stalling an investigation into nursing home deaths during the pandemic? We want to hear from you, especially what you think about de Blasio's departure from politics. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
In today's episode, I have a beautiful conversation with Hollie Harper, self-proclaimed “comedy nerd” and devoted wife & mother. We dive deep into her journey as she shares her experiences with the mother narrative and its effect on her body & career, cultivating space for creativity in her life, and finding belonging in motherhood & comedy. It was so beautiful for me to receive and I hope you enjoy her story. We dive into: Hollie's inspiring 20+ year marriage and her powerful motherhood journey (find out why I call her Supermom) The pivotal shift when she realized comedy was her path - and the mental block that was keeping her stuck Connecting with and owning all the parts of ourselves Finding space for creativity while being a devoted mother & wife An authentic, tender moment around desire and need for connection And more Hollie Harper is a comedy nerd from South Jersey. She is currently the creator and co-executive producer of “Hella Late! with Hollie Harper” on BRIC TV. Her show was nominated for best actress at the 2021 NYC Web Fest and has recently been accepted into the Hollywood Comedy Shorts Festival. Hollie has been featured on NY1, and in Black Enterprise Magazine, Thrive Global and Confessional Magazine. Her popular sketch comedy show AMERICAN CANDY has played the Comic Strip, Gotham Comedy Club, BAM Café, as well as the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Time Out Chicago named them one of the five groups to watch. Connect with Hollie here: IG: https://www.instagram.com/hollieharper5/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hollieharper5 Connect with me and let's go deeper: Website: https://www.taoofpo.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/pohong.yu/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/pohong.yu/
SoHo, TriBeCa, Dumbo, NoLIta. Those are all neighborhoods around the city that any New Yorker should be able to point out on a map. But where did those names come from? When does a nickname pass the point to formal acceptance? And how are the names of our city's neighborhoods continuing to evolve, whether because of new residents, new lingo or new real estate investments? Pat Kiernan speaks with NY1 reporters Anna Sterling and Roger Clark about how some New York names came to be and why others didn't stick.
As monkeypox case numbers continue to increase, New York City could not keep up with the demand for vaccines. In many ways, this feels eerily familiar to New Yorkers. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Bob Hardt dig into that situation, and also look at the rather alarming rise in COVID-19 cases. After that, the team weighs in on the sudden resignation of New York's Chief Judge Janet DiFiore. Unsurprisingly, there's more to the story than a simple retirement. How close were DiFiore's ties with Cuomo, and who will be her replacement? All that and more gets batted around in the podcast studio. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the recent rise in COVID-19 cases. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hitha Palepu: Hitha Palepu is a consummate multi-hyphenate. She is an entrepreneur, investor, author, and speaker. She is the CEO of Rhoshan Pharmaceuticals and a partner in Adama Ventures, focused on investments in women-founded and women-focused companies. She is the author of We're Speaking: The Life Lessons of Kamala Harris(Little, Brown Spark) and How To Pack: Travel Smart for Any Trip (Clarkson Potter). #5SmartReads is her Webby-honored news curation that reaches over 82,000 accounts. Her Instagram content uplifts and informs her community of over 57,000 followers. Hitha is a sought-after speaker on the topics of entrepreneurship, investing, parenting-work juggle, and on diversity and inclusion. In 2021, she has delivered the keynote address to the ILPA's W.E.L.L. Summit and been a panelist at events hosted by Beam Therapeutics, Everywomen in Tech, HelloNeighbor, and The 4th Floor. Hitha's 2022 speaking engagements include serving as emcee and moderator of three Thread Count Summits hosted for Taco Bell executives & franchisees, delivering a keynote address at WNORTH's 2022 Summit, and speaking on the closing keynote panel for the Female Founders Collective Summit. Her upcoming engagements include the WIN Summit, and Black Tech Week. Hitha is an experienced moderator for book launches and author events. Events included the book launch for the New York Times Bestseller *HRH: So Many Thoughts on Royal Style* by Elizabeth Holmes, *Meet You In The Middle* by Devon Daniels, *She's Unlikeable* by Aparna Shewakramani, and *The Modern Loss Handbook* by Rebecca Soffer. Hollie Harper is a comedy nerd from South Jersey. She is currently the creator and co-exec producer of Hella Late! with Hollie Harper on BRIC TV and a co-host of the nationally trending Twitter Storytelling Chat “BlerdDating.” Hella Late! with Hollie Harper was recently in the 2021 NYC Web Fest where she was nominated as Best Actress.Hollie was a semi-finalist in the 2019 NBC Standup Competition and has been featured on NY1, and in Black Enterprise Magazine, Thrive Global, Confessional Magazine and Black San Diego Magazine. Her popular sketch comedy show AMERICAN CANDY has played the Comic Strip, Gotham Comedy Club, BAM Café as well as the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Time Out Chicago named them one of the five groups to watch. Hollie is a regular host for West Side Comedy Club in NYC and works with Gold Comedy and Stand Up Girls, two programs that empower young women by teaching them standup comedy. She was recently the talent coordinator and casting for “Blood Lassi” on Spotify, written by Pratima Mani, and moderated the panel for the Emmy Award winning, WOC editing team of Black Lady Sketch Show for The Black TV and Film Collective. She is also the Creative Consultant for the very successful Black Women in Comedy Laff Fest. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf
In S3E5 Mike welcomes his musical good buddy James Park onto the podcast where they discuss their mutual love of college hoops, music, the performance art form that is pub trivia and then take a deep (dish) dive on one of their favorite forms of sustenance: pizza.Follow the podcast on Twitter: @friendsofmikedEmail the podcast at email@example.comKey moments from the pod: 0:30: Mike welcomes listeners to S3E5 featuring Mike's good buddy James Park.1:30: Mike corrects a major pronunciation error he personally made in Episode 4.5 of Season 3.3:00: Mike talks about what's going on with him, which essentially doubles as a quick recap of Season 3 so far, including a reference to a recent walkabout he took in his neighborhood, and a hearty thank you to the listener community.6:15: Mike then identifies a classic (literally) song that features an instrument James knows really, really well in the violin as a tribute to James.10:30: Mike welcomes James Park into the virtual podcast studio.11:35: James gives his life story, Mike brings up a touchy subject about how the NCAA left his hometown. James then talks about his passion for music and the violin and why Ann Arbor is a great town for music.17:20: James talks about his oldest and dearest friend (the infamous Rob/Robert) and the guys prove a math equation on friendship.22:45: The guys talk about the last time they saw each other (spoiler alert: it was watching America's national pastime).26:00: The guys trace the origin of their friendship back to a single event, a very orderly but also fun work party in 2016 and what Mike was wearing to that party (a tuxedo tracksuit).29:30: Mike and James talk a bit about their shared passion for the sport of college hoops, with James' loyalties lying with a bird and Mike's with a mammal. They also get into a piece of memorabilia in Mike's basement pub that requires a trigger warning for James before he sees it. 35:10: The guys then break down one of their all time favorite activities known as Pub Trivia/Pub Quiz and how their team Prune Tracy (EAT YOUR PRUNES!!) became legends in the late 2010's around the Eastern Michigan trivia scene.40:40: James throws down the infamous “7 Day Trivia Challenge” to Mike and he…..accepts!44:00: The guys discuss one of their favorite shared foods (a little known delicacy known as pizza), how they fell in love with it, then break down their favorite pizza places they've ever been to. The discussion covers a ton of ground on “pie”, including discussing why New Haven, CT is known as a pizza hotbed, where Mike would get pizza before school dances, where James would get pizza with friends while playing music and why they both love Chicago pizza.48:00: Pizzeria Uno, Overland Park, Kansas49:50: Bricks Pizza, Chicago, IL52:15: Frist Campus Center on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, NJ54:20: Little Caesars, Allen Park, MI (includes a non-sequitur from James on an amazing Japanese TV show called “Old Enough”)59:00: Koronet Pizza, New York, NY1:02:30: Buddy's Pizza, Dearborn, MI1:05:20: Modern Apizza, New Haven, CT1:11:20: Frank Pepe's, New Haven, CT1:13:30: Pequod's, Chicago, IL1:17:00: James then drops some knowledge as to how to keep a friendship going.1:19:00: James updates the listeners on what he's excited about coming up in his life.1:21:00: Mike takes James through the (not so) Rapid Fire segment, including talking about when James' favorite music venues, his top feature of living in Ann Arbor, MI (spoiler alert: it's not the roads), the trivia topic he feels most comfortable answering (including how he used to con his mom to get Little Debbie snacks in order to learn about US Presidents), and where he'd love to travel to soon that he's never been to.
This past week marks six months that Eric Adams has been mayor of New York City. While many were eager to welcome a new mayor after Bill de Blasio, it's been a very eventful half-year. NY1 political reporters Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez take an in-depth and lively look at the ups and downs of his term thus far. After that, the team weighs in on two competitive congressional races that are shaping up for New York's 10th and 12th districts. Will people turn up to vote in late August? Will name recognition win out? Hear about all that and much more. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about Eric Adams' first six months on the job.
One year after Hurricane Ida, we return to a neighborhood devastated by the rain and flooding. At the time, a lot of promises were made at every level of government to ensure we'd be better prepared for the next major storm. But has there been follow through? Pat Kiernan speaks with NY1 reporter Ari Feldman, who spoke with those at the center of the story.
This week's primary election resulted in very few surprises and a shockingly low turnout. Was it voter apathy? Fatigue? Confusion? NY1 political reporters Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez analyzed what may have happened on election night. They also discussed why progressive candidates fared so poorly on Tuesday, despite indications that they may have a strong showing. After that, the team discussed Gov. Kathy Hochul convening a special session in Albany around New York's gun laws, in response to the Supreme Court's recent gun decision. They weigh in on Hochul's proposals, and how it could affect New Yorkers. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the candidates for governor. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Seales With an uncanny knack for taking serious topics (racism, rape culture, sexism, police brutality, etc.) and with humor, making them relatable and interesting, she combines intellectual wit, silliness, and a pop culture obsession to create her unique style of smart funny content for the stage and screens. Amanda Seales is a comedian and creative visionary with a Master's in African American studies from Columbia University. Seamlessly blending humor and intellect her unique style of smart funny content spans various genres across the entertainment and multi-media landscape. She is best known for her iconic role as, “Tiffany DuBois” of HBO's Insecure, her debut stand up comedy special, “I Be Knowin”, as a former cohost on daytime talk show, “The Real”, host of NBCs “Bring the Funny,” and the host/writer of the groundbreaking 2020 BET Awards. She speaks truth to change via her wildly popular instagram @AmandaSeales, weekly podcast, “Small Doses”, and book by the same name. Centering community building in her comedy, she is also the creator/host of the touring variety game show, “Smart Funny & Black” and of “Smart Funny & Black Radio” on Kevin Hart's LOL Network on SiriusXM. Always an advocate for Black voices, she founded Smart Funny & Black Productions to produce and create art as edu-tainment across the media landscape by any joke necessary. A Jedi Khaleesi with a patronus that's a Black Panther with wings, Amanda Seales continues to keep audiences laughing, thinking, and living in their truth! And you can now get more from her at Amandaverse.com and you can see her live on her new tour: “Black Outside". Christina Greer is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University - Lincoln Center (Manhattan) campus. Her research and teaching focus on American politics, Black ethnic politics, campaigns and elections, and public opinion. Prof. Greer's book Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream (Oxford University Press) investigates the increasingly ethnically diverse black populations in the US from Africa and the Caribbean. She finds that both ethnicity and a shared racial identity matter and also affect the policy choices and preferences for black groups. Professor Greer is currently working on a manuscript detailing the political contributions of Barbara Jordan, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Stacey Abrams. She recently co-edited Black Politics in Transition, which explores gentrification, suburbanization, and immigration of Blacks in America. She is a member of the board of The Tenement Museum in NYC, The Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT, Community Change in Washington, DC, and serves on the Advisory Board at Tufts University. She is a frequent political commentator on several media outlets, primarily MSNBC, WNYC, and NY1, and is often quoted in media outlets such as the NYTimes, Wall Street Journal, and the AP. She is the co-host of the New York centered podcast FAQ-NYC, is a political analyst at thegrio.com, is a frequent author and narrator for the TedEd educational series, and also writes a weekly column for The Amsterdam News, one of the oldest black newspapers in the U.S. Prof. Greer received her BA from Tufts University and her MA, MPhil, and PhD in Political Science from Columbia University. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf
On this Tuesday edition of Bernie & Sid in the Morning, Sid takes the day to be with family during his daughter's graduation ceremony and Bernie is joined by Red Apple Media owner and fellow 77 WABC Radio Host John Catsimatidis in his stead! Bernie and John dive into last night's second GOP Gubernatorial debate on NY1, as Lee Zeldin, Harry Wilson, Rob Astorino, and Andrew Giuliani duke it out once again for a chance to represent the Republican Party come November's election. Things got heated, as all parties are doing their best to take the upper hand from front-runner Zeldin as time begins to run sparse. In other news of the day, momentum continues to pick up steam in the direction of the right on a national level, President Biden's cycling tumble acts as a metaphor for the job he's doing in the Oval Office, his administration tries to save face the best they can by telling the American people that a "recession is not inevitable," Stephen Colbert gives an update on his staff of insurrectionists that was arrested by Capitol Police, Juneteenth is exposed as essentially a celebration of George Floyd's life, the Swimming Federation bans transgender athletes from competing in women's categories, and former President Trump beings to mentally prepare for an opponent in the form of Ron DeSantis come 2024. Bo Dietl, Kat Cammack, and Miranda Devine join the program, and as always make sure you don't miss out on Lidia Reports or The Peerless Boilers Beat Bernie Contest. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew Giuliani, Public Liaison Assistant to President Trump & the son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Topic: Being barred from NY1 debate studios over vaccination status Joel Zinberg, MD, Competitive Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow, and Director, Public Health and American Well-Being Initiative at Paragon Health Institute Topic: FDA authorizes COVID vaccines for children under 5, what a “permanent pandemic” means for Medicaid See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The three candidates for lieutenant governor, Ana María Archila, Diana Reyna and Antonio Delgado, met for the first and only Democratic primary debate on Spectrum News. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez share their impressions of the showdown and take a look at who may have scored the most points with viewers. Additionally, prior to the upcoming Republican debate on NY1, the team looks into the GOP candidates for governor, and how that race may play out in the weeks ahead. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the upcoming primaries. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
Arthur Aidala, former Brooklyn Prosecutor, star criminal defense attorney, and host of "The Arthur Aidala Power Hour" weeknights at 6 p.m. on AM 970 The Answer Thomas Homan, Former Acting Director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency Errol Louis, CNN political analyst, host of "Inside City Hall" on NY1, and a columnist for New York Magazine See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ahead of the upcoming primary elections, as well as the NY1 Democratic debate in the race for lieutenant governor, Errol hosted a live edition of "You Decide" on Twitter Spaces. He was joined by Spectrum News political anchor Susan Arbetter and several members of the NY1 political team. The group weighed in on the races for governor, lieutenant governor and state Assembly, and discussed the debates over cryptomining and what the word progressive currently means. Check out our voter guide and election blog on the Spectrum News app. JOIN THE CONVERSATION Weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email to YourStoryNY1@charter.com
Don Levy, director of the Siena College Research Institute (SCRI), and Emily Ngo, NY1 political reporter, talk about Siena's recent poll that found only 29% of New Yorkers think Mayor Adams is doing an "excellent" or "good" job so far. Don Levy talks about the other findings in the poll, which asked people about quality of life issues and whether they approved of the administration's policies.
The results of the exclusive Spectrum News NY1/Siena College Poll were released this week, and there's a lot to gather regarding the public perception of Mayor Eric Adams, as well as the current state of New York City. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Juan Manuel Benítez break down the outcome of the poll, and what it might mean for the mayor. And with the primary election fast approaching, they take a look at the races for governor and lieutenant governor, including a lively detour into the issue of congestion pricing. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about the results of the poll. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
970 I am a Public Relations Practitioner with a 15-year track record of experience in media placement, event planning, and creative consumer engagement. I have directed PR campaigns and produced events for a wide range of businesses and organizations including the NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission's Accessible Dispatch Program 5-Borough expansion, where I planned and produced their press conference, resulting in 250K in earned media value. I also served as PR & Events Director for City Girl Beauty Project's (a non-profit organization that empowers young women who are survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking) annual gala, securing influencers such as Miss America 2015 as the host, and securing corporations such as Estee Lauder as a beauty sponsor. Other recent and notable projects include the NYC press conference launch event for Statues for Equality; a Project produced by renowned Australian Public Artist Gillie & Mark, featuring 10 Bronze Statues honoring Oprah Winfrey, PINK, Gabby Douglas, Tererai Trent, Janet Mock, Tracy Dyson, Cheryl Strayed and Nicole Kidman. Before starting Apples and Oranges Public Relations (a NY State certified Minority Woman Business Enterprise/MWBE), I worked in the entertainment and fashion industries as a performing artist and marketing director; and in the architecture & design industry as an Account Executive. Since 2010, under my direction, the agency grew from a one-woman shop to a 4-person agency by 2014; to a boutique operation with over 10 employees currently. Throughout the course of my career, I have also secured media placement and coverage in top-tier media outlets including CBS, FOX News, NY Post, NY1, AD Week, Essence, Page Six, New York Magazine, NY Times, AMNY, WPIX11, NBC4, FOX5, and CBS Radio just to name a few. ________ Want your customers to talk about you to their friends and family? That's what we do! We get your customers to talk about you so that you get more referrals with video testimonials. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help you get more customers! #Businesspodcasts #smallbusinesspodcast #businessmarketingtips #businessgrowthtips #strategicthinking #businessmastery #successinbusiness #businesshacks #marketingstrategist #wealthcreators #businessstrategies #businesseducation #businesstools #businesspodcast #businessmodel #growthmarketing #businesshelp #businesssupport #salesfunnel #buildyourbusiness #podcastinglife #successgoals #wealthcreation #marketingcoach #smallbusinesstips #businessmarketing #marketingconsultant #entrepreneurtips #businessstrategy #growyourbusiness --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support