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Defense & Aerospace Report
Cyber Report [Nov 30, 22] Andrea Schauman & Justin Sherman

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 29:46


On this week's Cyber Report, sponsored by Fortress Information Security,  Andrea Schaumann, Fortress' director of federal programs and partnerships, on cyber takeaways from the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference and the need to better educate the non-cyber community about the need for software and hardware bills of origin and materials as well as lessons from commercial industry, and Justin Sherman, the founder of Global Cyber Strategies who is also with the Atlantic Council's Cyber Statecraft Initiative, discusses his recent issue brief — “GRU 26165: The Russian cyber unit that hacks targets on-site” — why the Russian military intelligence agency's secret cyber arm hits the road globally, how to counter their operations, lessons from the recent ransomware attack on Suffolk County, NY, and the FCC's latest ban on Chinese hardware with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian.

The WCBS 880 Morning News Roundup
WCBS 880 Morning News Roundup - Tuesday, November 29th, 2022

The WCBS 880 Morning News Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 10:38


Wayne Cabot and Mack Rosenberg have the top stories from the WCBS newsroom, including a deadly crash on the Cross Bronx Expressway, the latest on the long-awaited LIRR East Side Access project, and unusual cyber activity in Suffolk County.

27Speaks
Lawmaker Makes Music

27Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 54:09


Jay Schneiderman, the current Southampton Town supervisor and a former Suffolk County legislator and East Hampton supervisor, has long had a passion other than politics: music. Recently, a song that Schneiderman wrote in collaboration with Grammy nominee Matt White debuted on an episode of “The Bachelorette” and was heard by some 25 million viewers of the ABC reality show. Schneiderman and White join the editors and reporter Kitty Merrill on the podcast to discuss their musical careers and how they came to work together, and they share a few original songs as well.

Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K.  Boyce
The Advantages and Difficulties of Preserving Suffolk County's Water Supply

Environmental Echo with PWGC's Paul K. Boyce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 48:31


Episode 42: The Advantages and Difficulties of Preserving Suffolk County's Water Supply  In this episode of "Environmental Echo," we revisit a crucial conversation between Paul Boyce President and CEO of PW Grosser, and Jeffrey W. Szabo, Suffolk County Water Authority CEO. With the recent passage of New York State's $4.2 billion Environmental Bond Act, it is now more vital than ever to understand the costs and procedures involved in supplying clean drinking water to Suffolk County's residents. This episode delves into the complexities of the many processes involved in the treatment and delivery of water to SCWA customers. Listen to the entire episode to learn more about the Water Authority's intricacies, innovations, and future goals. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Modern Scholar Podcast
Adaptability and Service in Modern Libraries

The Modern Scholar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 82:10


Christopher DeCristofaro received his master's degree in Library Science in 2001. He is currently the Head of Digital Services (which encompasses Information Technology and Studio makerspaces) at the Sachem Library in Suffolk County New York. He is also past President and current member at large on the Computer and Technical Services Division of the Suffolk County Library Association. Previously, he worked in the Adult Services Department at the Longwood Public Library from 2002-2015, and he also served as an Academic Librarian at Dowling College from 2007-2010. He teaches many classes that are based in technology along with one-on-one sessions with patrons. Chris has also spoken at various library and technology association conferences, meetings and seminars. Robert Johnson is currently the Information Technologist at The Emma S. Clark Library in Setauket, Suffolk County, New York. Robert is an active member of the Computer and Technical Services Division of the Suffolk County Library Association. He has spoken at numerous seminars and organizations across the Northeast region, including the New York Library Association. He was previously the Information Technologist at the Port Jefferson Free Library in Port Jefferson, New York. Together Chris and Bob are the creators and hosts of The Library Pros Podcast, a show about libraries, library technology, and everything in between! Earlier this year I participated as a guest on their show, and you can find that episode here!

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Daylight Saving Time

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 160:53


Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by asking listeners about the voting patterns of white women ahead of the midterms. Shirley Leung talked about Mass. Governor Charlie Baker's multi billion dollar spending bill, her own latest piece on Mass. ballot Question 1, and women's entrepreneurship in Boston. Leung is a business columnist for the Boston Globe Callie Crossley discussed white suburban women's' swing to the right ahead of midterms and Kyrie Irving's recent anti-Semitic tweet. Crossley is the host of GBH's “Under the Radar.” Andrea Cabral explained the Lady of the Dunes story, and new city laws about throwing out mattresses and handling food waste. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff, former Massachusetts secretary of public safety and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Jared Bowen gave his thoughts on climate protesters using art as a means of getting attention, shared his thoughts on the new film “Armageddon Time,” and discussed the MFA's “Frank Bowling's America” and “To Begin Again” at the ICA. Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor and the host of Open Studio. Pamela Means joined us for another installment of live music Friday. She chatted about the history and legacy of protest music, and sang us a few songs. Means is a singer/songwriter based out of Easthampton. We ended the show by talking about daylight saving time.

20-Minute Health Talk
6 myths about hospice care: Educating patients, families and clinicians

20-Minute Health Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 20:04


From pain and symptom management to emotional and spiritual support, hospice care can improve and even extend life for some patients with advanced illness, as well as offer respite for their families. Yet, this vital resource is severely underutilized, particularly in New York, which ranks 50th among all states in the utilization of hospice. On this episode, two palliative care experts discuss barriers to care and debunk the most common myths about hospice. Guests: Tara Liberman, DO, is executive director for Northwell Health's Hospice Care Network, which takes care of patients from Putnam, Westchester, Staten Island, Queens, Nassau County and Suffolk County. Mia Clar, MD, is an outpatient geriatrician & assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Chapters 00:01 - Intro 01:32 - What is hospice? 02:19 - Biggest misconceptions 03:53 - Can patients get off of hospice if they improve? 04:37 - Can you keep your doctor? 06:06 - Training clinicians 07:40 - A sense of dignity 08:57 - Why is hospice so underutilized? 09:41 - Having that conversation 10:27 - How does hospice referral work? 11:04 - Who is getting hospice? 11:53 - Is hospice covered by insurance? 14:05 - Cultural concerns with hospice 17:16 - If only I had known earlier

Radio Boston
Birds are taking over the skies right now. Here's what you can see in New England during fall migration

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 12:32


According to BirdCast, a migration tracker through The Cornell Lab, roughly 1,000 birds crossed over Suffolk County on Tuesday night as part of this fall's yearly migration.

Virginia Public Radio
In a win for conservation, Nansemond Indian Nation is given back ancestral land

Virginia Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022


Last week, the Nansemond Indian Nation was given back 504 acres of their ancestral lands in Suffolk County. For the seven federally recognized Tribes in Virginia, getting back ancestral lands for conservation is key to their sovereignty. Pamela D'Angelo reports.

the Fallout Feed
the Fallout Feed #335: Halloween 2021 (Rerun)

the Fallout Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 114:59


Good evening and welcome to the Fallout Feed Halloween Spooktacular. Tonight we will venture on a quest so vile, so evil, that listener's dare not proceed. You will hear tales of monsters, despair, depravity so torturous, suicide, cannibalism, mutated murder and transformations ghoulish enough to poison the very soul of all who are brave enough to tread further. Join us… if you dare!    SPECIAL thanks to: Eerie Eric from Tapes from the Wastes show, Lurid Lawrence from the Modus Files show (with Vicious Vitriol as Bethany), Scary Saira Vosslesauce - our former host, Creepy Clint from the Roundtable, Crazy Casey the Curator of Spooky Haiku, the Spooky Space CannaBaker, Rancid Ray's Tasty Treats, Jack O' Lantern Jess, & Evil Andrew.0:00  Intro1:32  Mothman Cultist holotapes - Andrew4:57  The Mothman Cometh12:15 Villanelle for a Bloodied Build - Jess13:22 Distress Signal Relay Tower 1DL-10914:05 Hallucinogen - Ray25:36 Mariposa Military Base holotapes - Andrew29:35 New Squirrel32:22 Grandchester Mystery Mansion - Saira34:38 Zacharia terminals - Saira35:56 The Interloper - Andrew40:05 Dunwich Building - Jess54:12 Wendigo1:00:22 Wes Tek Terminals - Eric1:08:37 Suffolk County goo tapes1:11:20 Snallygaster1:17:28 Die-ary of Trash - Andrew1:19:11 Devil's Due Museum of Witchcraft - Clint **1:29:33 Spooky-Ku - Casey1:29:58 Modus Files teaser - Lawrence & VitriolPlays1:34:35 Grafton Monster1:41:34 Boyleston Club - Saira1:43:12 Earle Williams' Journal - Andrew1:44:24 VTU Cannibalism class - Ray1:45:28 Flatwoods Monster1:50:48 Vault 96 - WastelandBaker1:52:43 End credits** Youtube vid of Clints runFallout 76 Worlds RandomizerThis episode of the Fallout Feed is brought to you by Tragically Optimistic. For Fallout Feed Merchandise please visit the Tragically Optimistic store here:https://optimistic.threadless.com/collections/asapodcasting-showsButcher, Baker, Candle Maker in Spaaaace!https://twitter.com/bbcisssDames who Gamehttps://twitter.com/dameswhogameJoin in the Roundtable Fun with our Character Generators!Fallout 76:https://tinyurl.com/F76GeneratorFallout 4:https://tinyurl.com/Fallout4GeneratorFallout New Vegas:https://tinyurl.com/NewVegasGeneratorFallout 3:https://tinyurl.com/F3GeneratorDONATE:  https://fightcf.cff.org/site/TR/?fr_id=7889&pg=team&team_id=90760Shop:  optimistic.threadless.com/collections/asapodcasting-showsPatreon:  https://www.patreon.com/asapodcastingEmail: thefalloutfeed@gmail.comWeb: http://www.asapodcasting.com/#/the-fallout-feed/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFalloutFeedFB: facebook.com/groups/askyrimaddictpodcastSupport the show

C19
Smooth sailing

C19

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 8:53


An $80 million project to resurface nearly 26 miles of the Long Island Expressway in Suffolk County is complete.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Smiling at Strangers

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 161:26


Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about the now ex-British Prime Minister Liz Truss, who served 45 days in office before stepping down. Rep. Ayanna Pressley discussed student debt forgiveness, and the current state of the MBTA after numerous safety issues. Andrea Cabral talked about the resignation of Woburn police officer John Donnelly after he was accused of helping plan the deadly 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Paul Reville shared his thoughts on ongoing teachers' strikes in Haverhill. Reville is Massachusetts' former secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab. Sue O'Connell talked about members of KPOP group BTS enlisting in South Korea's military for mandatory service, and the cancellation of numerous TV shows centering queer women. O'Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and South End News, and contributor to Current on NBC LX and NECN. Jared Bowen explained the Supreme Court's debate over whether Andy Warhol stole famed artist Lynn Goldsmith's portrait of Prince. He also talked about MFABoston's exhibit on the photography of LIFE Magazine. Bowen is GBH's executive arts editor and the host of Open Studio. We ended the show by talking with listeners about talking with and smiling at strangers.

C19
A valuable commodity

C19

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 11:19


Catalytic converter thefts have increased by 200% in Suffolk County this year.

880 Extras
Suffolk County behind on payments following a cyber attack last month

880 Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 2:41


Vendors in Suffolk are struggling because of the delay. WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall has the details on this story, as well as more on the Valva trial in progress.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: The Latest from the Jan. 6 Committee

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 78:45


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on today's Jan. 6 hearing. Todd is the moderator of “Meet The Press” on NBC, host of “Meet The Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Next, we opened the phone lines, talking with listeners about the January 6th House Select Committee hearings. Andrea Cabral discussed a Connecticut jury ordering Alex Jones to pay Sandy Hook victims' families nearly $1 billion in damages. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Rick Steves joined us to talk about the essential artwork on view throughout Europe. Steves is a television host, guidebook author, activist and owner and founder of Rick Steves' Europe. His latest special, “Rick Steves Art of Europe,” is available for streaming on PBS Passport. We then switched to live coverage of today's hearing on the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Cuba Gooding Jr. will be sentenced today and a police chase stretched from Suffolk County to Dyker Heights

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 6:36


This is the morning All Local update for October 13th, 2022

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Sheriff Errol Toulon from Suffolk County

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 7:23


The Sheriff and the guys talked about gang violence in his community.

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
The Mets have come to the end of the road with their loss in game 3 of the wild card series. Lee Zeldin was out campaigning for governor yesterday, when gunfire erupted out his home in Suffolk County. Today is the 78th Annual Columbus Day Parade up 5th Av

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 7:14


JVC Broadcasting
Suffolk County Comptroller John Kennedy LIVE in the AM w/ Jay Oliver!

JVC Broadcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 33:03


Suffolk County Comptroller John Kennedy LIVE in the AM w/ Jay Oliver! by JVC Broadcasting

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Cheater, Cheater

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 161:16


Today on Boston Public Radio: Kristen Welker discusses the impact of Hurricane Ian on Floridians, and the Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker allegedly paying his girlfriend to get an abortion despite his pro-life stance. Welker is the Chief White House Correspondent for NBC News and Co-Anchor of Weekend Today. She also co-hosts Meet the Press Now alongside Chuck Todd on NBC Now. We then ask listeners about the more than one hundred days since the Supreme Court overturned precedent set by Roe v. Wade. Andrea Cabral talks about The Onion's amicus brief to the Supreme Court in support of a man who faced criminal charges after making a Facebook page parodying his local police department, and shares her thoughts on the former Northeastern employee arrested in an apparent bomb hoax. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Dr. Kimberly Parker shares how kids are handling the return to school after hybrid learning, and the controversy surrounding an NYU professor who was fired after his students said his class was too hard. Parker is a Boston-based educator and authority on education issues. She's currently Director of the Crimson Summer Academy at Harvard, and the former president of the Black Educators' Alliance of Massachusetts. Her latest book is Literacy is Liberation: Working Towards Justice Through Culturally Relevant Teaching.” Jay MacMahon discusses his run for attorney general of Massachusetts. McMahon is the Republican candidate for Attorney General. He's a Cape Cod attorney, small business owner in Buzzards Bay, and was the 2018 GOP nominee for AG against Maura Healey. Nick Quah shares some of his favorite podcasts of late, focusing on the New York Times' “The Run-Up,” Pushkin and Somethin' Else's “Death of an Artist,” and a selection of podcasts for children. Quah is Vulture's podcast critic. We end the show by talking with listeners about this year's numerous cheating scandals – from fishing tournament contestants allegedly stuffing weights in fish to win a cash prize, to competition fixing in the world of Irish dancing.

Security Squawk
LAUSD ransomware update-Suffolk County Update-Bug Exploitation Now Top Ransomware Access Vector-Ferrari falls victim to ransomware attack; 7GB of its internal documents made public-Vulnerability discussion

Security Squawk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 57:46


In this week's episode, the cybersecurity experts Bryan Hornung, Reginald Andre, Randy Bryan, and Ryan O'Hara discuss some updates on two major ransomware attacks, LAUSD and Suffolk County. Find out what officals have found. Next, the crew talks about how ransomware actors are actually getting into your systems and there is a new WWE champion and its not phising, tune in! Then, the team discuss's a luxury car manufacturer dealing with a ransomware attack among other entities. Lastly, the experts will jump into a discussion on vulnerabilities and why its important you look at different layers across your cybersecurity spectrum. Remember to like and share the show! Articles used: https://www.axios.com/2022/10/03/hackers-stolen-data-la-school-district-ransomware https://www.newsday.com/business/suffolk-county-ransomware-real-estate-cnapizgu https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/bug-exploitation-top-ransomware https://www.wionews.com/world/ferrari-falls-victim-to-ransomware-attack-7gb-of-its-internal-documents-made-public-522248 https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/10/04/2528024/0/en/BlackByte-Ransomware-Gang-Adds-Sophisticated-Bring-Your-Own-Driver-Technique-to-Bypass-More-Than-1-000-Drivers-Used-by-Industry-Wide-Endpoint-Detection-and-Response-EDR-Products-So.html

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Sheriff Errol Toulon: Suffolk County Sheriff

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 8:13


Toulon tells the guy's Republicans do not own the thought of being tough on crime. The sheriff was a Yankee batboy in the '70s. His favorite player is Willie Randolph.

County Conversations
Suffolk County Cybersecurity Briefing

County Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 23:39


To raise awareness and help counties learn from the cyber attack in Suffolk County, NYSAC recently convened a briefing for more than 100 county officials from across the state. This episode features presentations from Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, and Lisa Black, Chief Deputy County Executive and Unified Commander of Suffolk County's Cyber Response Team, as they discuss a timeline of events and how the county is continuing its operations. NYSAC is committed to raising awareness and providing resources on cybersecurity, which you can find on our website at nysac.org/cyber

Security Squawk
Suffolk County heightens the importance of cybersecurity for local municipalities- Ransomware Attacks Increase-New Royal Ransomware emerges in multi-million dollar attacks-Cyberattack on InterContinental Hotels Disrupts Business at Franchises

Security Squawk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:22


In this week's episode, the cybersecurity experts Bryan Hornung, Reginald Andre, Randy Bryan, and Ryan O'Hara discuss a particular industry out there that is a super soft target right now and the cyber criminals know it. Who is it and why should people be aware of this? Next, the crew talks about some data that they gathered around ransomware attacks increasing and not only increasing but these ransomware groups are changing their tactics faster then what they thought. What are these changes? Lastly, the team talks about a hotel chain that was cyber attack over the labor day weekend and now out 3-6 weeks stories are coming out. Tune In! Like and Share the show! Articles used: https://suffolktimes.timesreview.com/2022/09/ransomware-attack-on-suffolk-county-heightens-importance-of-cybersecurity-for-local-municipalities/ https://www.msspalert.com/cybersecurity-research/research-20-of-all-reported-ransomware-attacks-occurred-in-the-last-12-months/ https://www.csoonline.com/article/3674848/ransomware-operators-might-be-dropping-file-encryption-in-favor-of-corrupting-files.html https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/new-royal-ransomware-emerges-in-multi-million-dollar-attacks https://www.wsj.com/articles/cyberattack-on-intercontinental-hotels-disrupts-business-at-franchisees-11664184602

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Physical Therapy With JB Smoove

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 164:16


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd talked about the political impacts of climate change-induced severe weather, Ron DeSantis' upcoming governor race, the latest in the Brett Favre welfare scandal. Todd is the moderator of “Meet The Press” on NBC, host of “Meet The Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we asked listeners if they've become more judgmental post-COVID. Andrea Cabral discussed the latest in the Brett Favre welfare scandal, the potential of Ginny Thomas's role in the Jan. 6th hearing, and new polls showing millions of Americans say they support violence to get Trump back in power. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. J.B. Smoove talked about how he landed his Curb Your Enthusiasm role, and gave us a taste of his “Physical Therapy” tour. J.B. Smoove plays Leon Black on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm. He has a show at the Wilbur Friday night. Kevin Green & Frank Lowenstein from the global climate nonprofit Rare, which recently set up their first state-wide initiative in Boston, told us about how tiny actions we take can make huge impacts on the environment. Green leads the Center for Behavior & the Environment at Rare, Lowenstein is the Senior Director of Rare. Jon Gruber gave us his insights on the “nondelegation doctrine,” a philosophy which SCOTUS justices used in last spring's case West Virginia vs. the EPA, and its wide reaching implications for things like healthcare. Gruber was instrumental in creating both the Massachusetts health-care reform and the Affordable Care Act. His latest book is “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream.” We ended the show by asking listeners if they are taking small actions to help the environment.

EM Weekly's Podcast
Episode 2 - Kind of the First Episode

EM Weekly's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 47:21


The whole gang's here! Matt Green officially co-hosts his first episode of EM Weekly! We talk about Hurricane Ian and what we would be considering as emergency managers as it heads towards the US. We chat about a cyber attack that recently shut down the Suffolk County government and how Matt couldn't get his marriage license. We also chat about Matt's time responding to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and the challenges of the Jones Act. References: Suffolk County NY Cyber Attack - https://www.databreaches.net/blackcat-attempts-to-up-the-pressure-on-suffolk-county-starts-to-leak-data/CISA/DHS Cyber Grants - https://statescoop.com/cybersecurity-grant-program-cisa-fema-dhs/The Jones Act of 1920 - https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/09/26/puerto-rico-hurricane-fiona-jones-act/Doberman Emergency Management owns and operates the Disaster Tough Podcast. Contact us here at: www.dobermanemg.com or email us at: info@dobermanemg.com.Sawyer Products offers the best, most technologically advanced solutions for protection against sun, bugs, water & injuries–everything from water filtration systems to insect repellents. So, if you're at work, at home, or at play- make sure you check out Sawyer at sawyer.com

JVC Broadcasting
"Suffolk County Sheriff" Errol Toulon LIVE On LI In The AM W/Jay Oliver!

JVC Broadcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 12:56


"Suffolk County Sheriff" Errol Toulon LIVE On LI In The AM W/Jay Oliver! by JVC Broadcasting

The Other Side Of The Firewall
Hackers Cripple 911 Emergency Services

The Other Side Of The Firewall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 11:31


What's up, everyone!? In this episode, Ryan, Shannon, and LeVon discuss how a ransomware attack crippled 911 Emergency Services in Suffolk County, NY. Please LISTEN

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile
Episode 104: Accents and Human Remains

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 35:01


We have a special treat, Slushies!! In today's episode, you'll get a duet from Nancy T and Rachael Philipps. Starting with the accents of Long Island, T's poem makes Alex think of Nassau and Suffolk County while Marion recalls Billy Joel's music. The language also leaves the crew thinking about Tracey J Smith's, “Solstice.” The tables turn when the crew reads, Philipp's “After you left us,” going from jargon about the sounds of the world to the description of human remains. With cremation on the rise, the crew ponders the process being described in this not-so-sentimental poem. Alex mentioned that he is able to do a full SNL Skit, which one do you think it is? This episode is brought to you by one of our sponsors, Wilbur Records, who kindly introduced us to the artist A.M.Mills, whose song “Spaghetti with Loretta” now opens our show. Nancy T is a high school teacher, poet, artist from NY, currently living down south. Rachael Philipps is a poet, journalist, and a properly misanthropic Welsh woman with an unhealthy dependency on caffeine and marmalade. She is constantly chastened by her iPhone's audio settings for playing LCD Soundsystem too loud whilst out on her regular jogs around the mean streets of Westchester. Rachael's poem “Perfect Little Houseguests” was published by Swwim Every Day in August 2022, she was awarded a Bethany Arts Poetry Residency in 2021 and was the recipient of an AWP Writer to Writer mentorship for poetry in 2020. Her journalism spans broadcasting for the BBC plus writing and editorial work for print titles including Time Out London, The New York Times and Food and Wine magazine. She is currently at work on her first chapbook. Nancy T Long Island Sound The chop on the sound nearly drowns the clubbing you deal bluefish on deck. Red slicks beneath one bold bastard flipping you silvered curses, straining for water or flesh, some end. Then wind surprises, cracks you a backhand, a cleat bruise begins darkening your rose tattoo. They suspend at depth, hit and hit until sated and free, or iced under gray. The bow begs a turning back we know you'll refuse. Tired, still for a time not long, never long, you swear when the inboard coughs taunts and seizes, and the rain, the rain dares spit on your back in the hold under gulls striking near, the siren water sounds gone unlovely, steady long gone, just the sound of metal striking struck metal, like metal resisting your forge hard and hot and bent and The gulls cry over diesel on waves sheening a sad iridescence, like soap on tongue.   Rachael Philipps After you left us After you left us, I got the call Her cremains are ready, she said. The what? I said The cremains...cremated remains. She explained, testily. Like... duh. Oh, I say Her ashes. What I wanted to say – She, should never be called cremains. Of course I angry-Googled it – industry term, euphemism, first found in a newspaper obituary in 1947. Discovered that her body, once incinerated, was swept from the furnace with a metal broom and looked nothing like ashes (or cremains) but like sand and bleached sticks. A desiccated high-tide at the beach. I found myself admiring our stubborn big bones which apparently always refuse to yield to 1800 degrees. Yet even they must submit to process, get pulverized in a Cremulator to a uniform grind to fit the urn. to make the gone, and their place inside us, take up the least space possible.   Nancy T Rachel Phillipps  

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Human Remains!

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 164:22


Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show asking listeners whether the recent headlines about Former President Trump will affect the public's perception of him. Susan Zalkind gave some insight into her years of investigating a 2011 triple homicide in Waltham, Mass., which despite its brutality and connections to the Boston Marathon bombing, remains unsolved; and its recent adaptation into a docu-series. Zalkind is an independent journalist, writer and producer. A docu-series based on her reporting, “Murders before the Marathon,” is out on Hulu.  Andrea Cabral discussed the latest in former President Trump's legal troubles, and Adnan Syed's release after two decades in prison. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Sue O'Connell shared her insights on the alleged looming price spike of heating, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's pledge to introduce articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden. O'Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and South End News, and contributor to Current, on NBC L-X and NECN. Paul Reville talked about the way that President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan will affect Mass. residents, schools boycotting the US News Ratings, and responded to an Atlantic piece raising the question of whether we ought to push all our sons' schooling back a year. Meredith Goldstein and Sara Farizan joined us to talk about Farizan's new book, “My Buddy, Killer Croc,” a YA novel in the DC umbrella, and then Goldstein talked about the latest edition of her column: “I have a crush on a fictional character. I'm not sure how to find real love.” Goldstein is a features writer for the Boston Globe, where she authors the “Love Letters” column and hosts the “Love Letters” podcast. Farizan is an author of several award winning young adult novels. Her most recent, My Buddy, Killer Croc, a DC Comics middle-grade graphic novel, came out on Sept. 6th. We ended the show by asking listeners what they think about using human remains as compost.

The Tales We Tell
Ep. 130: The Rendlesham Forest Incident

The Tales We Tell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 94:06


It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a fireball that's later mistaken for an alien aircraft from the future! This week, Hannah tells Katy about the famed Rendlesham Forest incident of 1980, and the girls dive into an episode of giggles, tangents, and a much talk-about dossier. Did an alien aircraft actually touch down in the woods of Suffolk County that December night, or was it just deer screaming and wild hogs wallowing? Did radiation from a UFO cause a singular heart valve to fail 30 years later? And most importantly, did one soldier telepathically download a bunch of mysterious binary code for real, or just for Ancient Aliens cred? All this and so so so much more on this week's goofy, mysterious episode!So pour your drinks, ready your tinfoil hats, and settle in for this Unsolved Mystery!Catch Up: 00:00 - 13:14Story: 13:14 - 1:33:25Sources:https://www.ranker.com/list/rendlesham-forest-incident/sonja-ska?ref=browse_listhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rendlesham_Forest_incidenthttps://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-suffolk-51565054https://www.history.co.uk/articles/what-happened-at-the-rendelsham-forest-incident-britain-s-answer-to-roswellhttps://www.huffpost.com/entry/retired-air-force-col-charles-halt-claims-new-evidence-will-blow-the-lid-off-rendlesham-forest-ufo-sighting_n_55a6c05ae4b04740a3dede3ehttps://www.epa.gov/radnet/about-exposure-and-dose-rateshttp://www.ianridpath.com/ufo/sitemap.htmlhttps://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/science/british-ufo-encounter-gave-heart-5266589https://drdavidclarke.co.uk/2018/12/27/who-dares-wins-britains-roswell-meets-the-sas/The Clambake IncidentYour Comedy Tertiary Sports and slice of life in Clam Harbor MaineListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis
Ray Tierney | Suffolk County District Attorney | 09-20-2022

Cats at Night with John Catsimatidis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:48


Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Sept. 15, 2022

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 164:13


This is the podcast for BPR's show on Thursday, September 15, 2022. We started the show with NBC Political Director and moderator of Meet The Press, Chuck Todd. We then turned to Eve Zuckoff, reporter for WCAI, who was on the ground in Martha's Vineyard, reporting on the dozens of migrants sent to the island by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Andrea Cabral, former Massachusetts Secretary of Public Safety and Sheriff of Suffolk County. We wrapped the live portion of our show with incoming Boston Public Schools Superintendent Mary Skipper. The remainder of the show was on tape, featuring Boston Globe reporter Billy Baker on his book “We Need to Hang Out: A Memoir of Making Friends” and Harvard Business School's Michael Norton on the importance of widening your circle of friends.

Tales of Southwest Michigan's Past
Walter Woolnough: The First Newspaper Publisher in Battle Creek

Tales of Southwest Michigan's Past

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 17:45


Walter Woolnough was born in Bungay, Suffolk County, England in 1821. He moved with his parents to America when he was just eleven years old. He would grow up in New York and become an apprentice for a printing company. He would eventually move west to Ohio, and work for the Ashtabula Ohio Sentinel, a Whig newspaper in 1842. A decade later he would move even father west, and settle in Battle Creek, Michigan and establish the first newspaper in the city. Over the years he was an outspoken abolitionist, and became very active in politics. His fascinating story is the subject of this episode. For more information Michael Delaware, or to reach out to him, visit: https://michaeldelaware.com To see the YouTube video that features the life of Walter Woolnough, visit: https://youtu.be/1MTs1YZYqBA --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-delaware/support

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 164:53


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd talked about the latest political headlines, including the special master situation in the Mar-a-Lago raid case, and his thoughts on the upcoming midterms elections. Todd is the moderator of “Meet The Press” on NBC, host of “Meet The Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we asked listeners about how they feel about the rhetoric around the “end of COVID.” Andrea Cabral shared her thoughts on the latest on the Mar-a-Lago case, and the outcomes of the Mass. Primaries on Tuesday. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Corby Kummer discussed the rise in pay-later apps in grocery shopping, Governor of California Gavin Newsom's new legislation on fast food worker minimum wage, the merits of blindfolded dining, and new girl scout cookies. Kummer is executive director of the food and society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. Andy Ihnatko talked about the updates that will come with the newly announced iPhone, new chargers that can be used for several totally different devices, and a new app which allows users to identify birds using only their song. Ihnatko is a tech writer and blogger, posting at Ihnatko.com. Jon Gruber explained the economic impacts of the growing labor movement. Gruber is the Ford Professor of Economics at MIT. He was instrumental in creating both the Massachusetts health-care reform and the Affordable Care Act. His latest book is “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream.” We ended the show by talking about the breaking news of the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II's, death.

Long Island Tea
Kristen's India recap, Sharon Wins an Award, and Harvest Season begins!

Long Island Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 47:21


Today on Long Island Tea - Kristen is back from India and sharing stories about her experiences, the culture, their mission with Suffolk County, the incredible people she met, and even running into a couple of Long Islanders at the hotel! Sharon was named one of LIBN's Top 50 Women in business on Long Island in 2022. (Be sure to congratulate her in the comments!) Today's Wine of the Week is Mcall Wines' Pinot Noir, which has hints of strawberry, clove, hibiscus, and vanilla. The ladies recap catch up on some celebriTEA and talk about all the anxiTEA that comes with going back to school and the end of summer. Plus, this is the kickoff weekend for Harvest Season!#LONGISLANDLIFESept 7th: National Beer Lover's Day. Check out some of our favorite local brews:https://www.discoverlongisland.com/find-best-brews/Golf Blog:https://www.discoverlongisland.com/tee-off-like-the-pros-at-long-islands-legendary-golf-courses/Events this weekend:East Northport Festival:https://www.eastnorthport.com/2022-festivalHarbes Apple Harvest:https://harbesfamilyfarm.com/events/apple-festival/The Brewery Comedy Tour at Jamesport Farm Brewery:https://longisland.news12.com/long-island-events#!/details/the-BREWERY-COMEDY-TOUR-at-JAMESPORT-FARM/10621141/2022-09-09T20Harvest Moon Festival at Sannino Vineyard:https://www.sanninovineyard.com/in-house-events/2022/9/9/harvest-moon-dinnerMiss Fire Island Pageant:https://www.grovehotel.com/MissFireIslandPageantLI Aquarium Harvest Wine Cruise:https://www.longislandaquarium.com/sunset-booze-cruises/Sag Harbor Harbor Festhttps://sagharborchamber.com/events/harborfest/ ASK US ANYTHING!DM us on Instagram or email us at spillthetea@discoverlongisland.com. Tell us what you want to hear! Whether it is Long Island related or not, the ladies are here to spill some tea with you! ABOUT LONG ISLAND TEA:For more details on our show, visit https://discoverlongisland.com/tea. TAG US!@DiscoverLongIsland and @LongIslandTeaPodcast and join the conversation! WINE OF THE WEEK:McCall Wines Pinot NoirA light-bodied Pinot that balances dark cherry flavors with nuanced aromas of strawberry and spice, an earthy note, crisp acidity and a firm finish. Barrel aging in French oak contributes notes of vanilla and toast leading to a well structured, elegant finish.https://www.mccallwines.comLong Island Tea is sponsored by Long Island Wine Country. Visit https://liwines.com/ TEA TIME:Kristen and Sharon's recommendations are listed on Amazon!Check out our Amazon Affiliate link:www.amazon.com/shop/discoverlongisland WATCH US:And SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/DiscoverLongIslandNY FOLLOW US:Follow The Long Island Tea podcast on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/longislandteapodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Long-Island-Tea-Podcast-101538728517461Twitter: https://twitter.com/longislandteapodcast WRITE TO US:Email spillthetea@discoverlongisland.com if you are interested in collaborating with us, need some "uncorked advice"or if you just want to say “How you doin?” RATE AND REVIEW US:Be sure to leave us a 5 star rating and review on Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/long-island-tea/id1538642018 Kristen and Sharon will read their favorite reviews on a future episode. WEAR US:Shop Long Island gear at https://shop.discoverlongisland.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Radio Boston
How the Suffolk County district attorney race got ugly

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 47:26


Plus, we meet Lambert Givens, the Boston-based chef that recently won a challenge on the Food Network show Beat Bobby Flay.

Radio Boston
What's next in the Suffolk County district attorney race

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 19:07


We get the latest on what's happening with the Suffolk County district attorney race with Michael Curry, president and CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, and Lisa Kashinsky, a reporter for Politico and the author of the Massachusetts Playbook.

WBUR News
Suffolk County DA race turns nasty. Both Hayden and Arroyo face questions

WBUR News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 3:44


Suffolk County District Attorney Kevin Hayden and Boston City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo are both running for the DA's job in Suffolk, which includes Boston. And the fight has quickly turned into a feud.

Radio Boston
A look ahead at the Suffolk County district attorney's race

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 17:52


We look at the latest headlines in the race to become Suffolk County's next District Attorney with Michael Curry, president and CEO of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, and Lisa Kashinsky, Politico reporter and author of the Massachusetts Playbook.

Radio Boston
Investigations into sexual assault allegations complicate the Suffolk County district attorney race

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 47:51


Plus, we look at new technology that uses breathing patterns to diagnose Parkinson's disease. And one organization is helping schools in the state teach sexual education in a post-Roe world.

The Pediatric Lounge
How to Be A Doctor, Dr. Rehman

The Pediatric Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 41:14


About our guest today Dr. HAFIZ UR REHMAN a physician who practices Pediatrics in Bay Shore at RBK Pediatrics. He was a Past President of the Islamic Medical Association of North America. Dr. Rehman was the first President of Masjid Darul Quran a position he held for numerous years. He served as Suffolk County Human Rights Commissioner for several years. Dr Rehman is a very active member of the Interfaith Community in Suffolk County and New York.Please subscribe to our podcast on apple or amazon and give us a great review. You can make suggestions for guests and topics on our website below. Thanks for listening. Follow us on social media YouTube, Instagram, Web PageThe Pediatric Lounge - A Podcast taking you behind the door of the Physician's Lounge to get a deeper insight into just what docs are talking about today, from the clinically profound to the wonderfully routine...and everything in between.The conversations are not intended as medical advice and the opinions expressed are solely those of the host and guest.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: An "Ask The" Double Hitter

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 170:13


Today on Boston Public Radio: We started off asking listeners about accepting the “good enough” life — is settling a good idea, in relationships and in other aspects of our lives. Gov. Charlie Baker joined the show for our regular "Ask The Governor" segment where listeners' questions focused on the impending MBTA shutdown and what could be done about the region's spiraling housing costs. Baker is the governor of Massachusetts. Andrea Cabral shared her insights on the various legal investigations into President Donald Trump and associates, plus Massachusetts' dropping prison population, the case of the Florida judge who ruled a 16-year-old was too young to decide to get an abortion and the Rhode Island radio host arrested on livestream while taking justice into his own hands. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Mayor Michelle Wu joined the show for our regular "Ask The Mayor" segment to talk about the growing problem of online and offline harassment, including that faced by doctors at Boston Children's Hospital and by women elected to public office. Listeners dialed in with questions about the MBTA shutdown and workarounds for getting around and updates on Boston Public Schools.

The Muster Room
Embrace the Suck: Matias Ferreira

The Muster Room

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 78:40 Transcription Available


Today in the Muster Room we have Marine Corp Veteran and current Suffolk County Police Officer Matias Ferreira. From serving our country on the Afghanistan battlefield to protecting the residents of Suffolk County, Matias has overcome the loss of both of his legs to become the first double amputee Police Officer in the United States. Matias is a role model for disabled youth across the country and works with veterans in similar situations to himself.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: All That and a Bag of CHIPS

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 161:33


Today on Boston Public Radio: Andrea Mitchell updates us on the latest national political headlines. Mitchell is the NBC News Chief Washington Correspondent. She is also Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, and anchor of “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” which airs weekdays at noon on MSNBC. Then, we open the phone lines to listeners, asking if they would consider getting rid of their manicured lawns in favor of something more natural. Andrea Cabral discusses the FBI's search of Mar-a-Lago for classified documents. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Tess Gerritsen and Josh Gerritsen shares the history of humans' complicated relationship with pigs, as told through their documentary, “Magnificent Beasts.” Gerritsen is a Maine-based author. Her and her son Josh are the filmmakers behind the new documentary, “Magnificent Beasts.” Paul Reville talks about declining school enrollment at both the high school and college levels. Reville is the former secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders.” Jon Gruber explains the economics behind the CHIPS and Science Act. Gruber is the Ford Professor of Economics at MIT. He was instrumental in creating both the Massachusetts health-care reform and the Affordable Care Act – and now can add the CHIPS Act to his resume. His latest book is “Jump-Starting America: How Breakthrough Science Can Revive Economic Growth and the American Dream.” We end the show by talking with listeners about harnessing feelings of envy for motivation.

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
JIMMY THE KING-Gus Garcia-Roberts

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 55:34


An incredible four-decade account of murder, power, and corruption in one of the country's largest police departments In 1979, the gruesome slaying of a thirteen-year-old boy riveted the suburbs of Suffolk County, New York. As the county hustled to bring the case to a dubious resolution, a wayward local teenager emerged with a convenient story to tell. For his cooperation, Jimmy Burke was rewarded with a job as a cop.Thus began Burke's unlikely ascent to the top of one of the country's largest law enforcement jurisdictions. He and a crew of like minded allies utilized vengeance, gangster tactics, and political leverage to become the most powerful and feared figures in their suburban empire.Until a pilfered bag of sex toys brought it all crashing down.Jimmy the King is the story of the rise, reign, and paranoiac fall of a corrupt cop and his regime—a crime family with badges and guaranteed pensions. Novelistic in detail and piercing in its political insight, this book will leave you questioning who modern policing serves, who it protects, and who it preys upon and abandons. JIMMY THE KING: Murder, Vice, and the Reign of a Dirty Cop-Gus Garcia-Roberts

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Hot Coffee for Hot Weather

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 164:25


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd talks about Sen. Joe Manchin's role as the 50th vote in the Senate, the impact of Kansans voting to retain their abortion rights, and the possibility of a red wave in the midterms. Todd is the moderator of “Meet The Press” on NBC, host of “Meet The Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we ask listeners if they think the MBTA's Orange Line shutdown will be worth the hassle. Andrea Cabral discusses the latest headlines from the ongoing Alex Jones trial for spreading misinformation about the Sandy Hook mass shooting. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Then we open the phone lines to let listeners lead the conversation, sharing the stories they can't stop thinking about. David Abel shares his thoughts on potential climate legislation in Congress, how the current drought is impacting the Charles River, and how climate change is affecting Maine's puffin population. Abel is a Pulitzer Prize–winning writer who covers the environment for the Boston Globe. Andy Ihnatko weighs in on the new CHIPS+ act, which incentivizes United States' companies to manufacture their own semiconductors, a recent controversy surrounding video footage from Ring doorbells, and the resurgence of Google Glass. Ihnatko is a tech writer and blogger, posting at Ihnatko.com. We end the show by asking listeners whether they prefer iced or hot coffee in the summertime.

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Born to Run

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 164:24


Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd updates listeners on the latest political headlines, including the DOJ's investigation into former President Donald Trump, and Senator Joe Manchin's long-awaited compromise on an energy bill. Todd is the moderator of “Meet The Press” on NBC, host of “Meet The Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we ask listeners their thoughts on Manchin's deal. Andrea Cabral discusses a trade proposal for Brittney Griner, the basketball player detained in Russia, and Alex Jones' trial for spreading misinformation about Sandy Hook. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Ben Shattuck previews his latest book, and discusses the life and legacy of Henry David Thoreau. Shattuck is a painter, co-owner of Davoll's General Store in Dartmouth, and the author of “Six Walks: In the Footsteps of Henry David Thoreau.” Shirley Leung talks about politicians joining Starbucks picket lines, and drama around the future of Gunstock Mountain Resort in New Hampshire. Leung is a business columnist for the Boston Globe. James Bennett II previews the latest news in arts and culture, including favorites from Newport Jazz Festival and controversy over high ticket prices for Bruce Springsteen tickets. Bennett II is GBH's arts and culture reporter. We end the show by discussing the prices for Bruce Springsteen tickets and the high prices of live events.

Beyond the Darkness
S17 Ep88: Jimmy The King: Murder, Vice, and the Reign of a Dirty Cop w/ Gus Garcia-Roberts

Beyond the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 150:50


True Crime Tuesday presents Jimmy The King: Murder, Vice, and the Reign of a Dirty Cop with Investigative Reporter/Author, Gus Garcia-Roberts! In 1979, the gruesome slaying of a thirteen-year-old boy riveted the suburbs of Suffolk County, New York. As the county hustled to bring the case to a dubious resolution, a wayward local teenager emerged with a convenient story to tell. For his cooperation, Jimmy Burke was rewarded with a job as a cop. Thus began Burke's unlikely ascent to the top of one of the country's largest law enforcement jurisdictions. He and a crew of likeminded allies utilized vengeance, gangster tactics, and political leverage to become the most powerful and feared figures in their suburban empire. Until a pilfered bag of sex toys brought it all crashing down. Gus Garcia-Roberts joins TCT to talk about the case that started it all for Jimmy Burke and the eventual downfall of Jimmy The King, in this must hear podcast! PLUS: An all new Dumb Crimes/Stupid Criminals with Beer City Bruiser!! Get your copy of "Jimmy The King..." here:  https://amzn.to/3RU93Se #crime #truecrime #truecrimeppodcasts #truecrimeradio #truecrimetuesday #timdennis #beercitybruiser #ringofhonorwrestiling #dumbcrimesstupidcriminals  #gusgarciaroberts #jimmytheking #jimmythekingmurderviceandthereignofadirtycop  #smithtown #Amityville #suffolkcounty #pitpeople #longisland #jimmyburke #johnpius #murder #thomasspota #lowrita #quartararo #stuartnamm #christopherloeb #lorettalynch #TaniaLopez #NewsDay