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Welcome to Don't Sleep New York. This is a podcast for the New Yorker who wants to stay up on policy and politics, in the city that never sleeps. Each episode, we’re going to dissect one topic and ask the big questions - what’s happening and why should you care. We’re not the experts - and that’s the whole point. Our goal with this podcast is to become better, more informed New Yorkers - and we want to take you along for the ride.
 
If you love New York City then this is the podcast for you! Gossipnista seeks to continue enriching the lives of New Yorkers and those looking to visit or move to New York City. Join host Mariana Monks, as she asks all the questions you've ever wanted to know about the Big Apple through interviews with special and expert guest within various fields in New York City. Tune in as we pull back the curtain on the city that never sleeps and inspire you to live your best life in it. For the latest ...
 
A Laurelton Southeast Queens New Yorker, hard worker, creator, & host Gmoney Stackz brings you Off The Meatrack (meat-rack) Chainz New York Podcast. The unfiltered comedy show about the stories mixed with entertainment news, music, real life, segments, and so much more. Gmoney Stackz along with individual friends get to voice their thoughts, talks, facts, opinions, each week with interesting topics. The motto goal here is to inspire, inform, motivate, have fun, the important thing here is hu ...
 
RingTales brings the world famous cartoons of The New Yorker to fully animated life. They're short. They're smart. They're wickedly funny. They feature the hysterical work of renowned cartoon artists such as Sam Gross, Bob Mankoff and Roz Chast. Enjoy a bite-sized gift of comic comedy three times a week. Animation that's addictive. You can't watch just one.
 
Produced by PBS affiliate Channel Thirteen in New York City, "New York on the Clock" reveals a day in the life of New York's workforce - the men and women who keep the city thriving. Each episode is a mini-documentary featuring an on-the-job interview with a New Yorker at work. The series illuminates the lives of our neighbors in their own voices and presents a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a metropolis - one worker at a time. Released biweekly.
 
New York, I Love You But You've Changed is a podcast where long time New Yorkers from across the five boroughs give us their version of the city they love, discuss how it has evolved and share their thoughts on what we can do to make the greatest hometown in the world great for all of us. And we also have some fun with the pop culture associated with NYC. Our interviews seek to create an anthology of voices that represents the range of life that exists in New York City, especially those voic ...
 
The Phi on New York podcast explores the various ideas, issues, and challenges that inform the city’s institutions and animate its people. Each episode addresses a different topic through conversations with philosophers who study it and with New Yorkers who live it. By bringing together both theory and practice and recognizing how each depends on the other, we decode the shadows on the wall to make better sense of what the city is and what it might become.
 
Welcome to Instant Update: Corona Virus New York edition. Your daily source for curated COVID-19 news, tailored exclusively for New Yorkers. We’ll keep you on top of the global and local trends of the virus, inform you on how you might be impacted, provide advice from the experts and deliver it right to your ears. Tune in each day to find out everything you need to know in under 10 minutes.
 
Welcome to "The New York Minute Podcast." A podcast about New York City: the food, the architecture, the art, the celeb citings, the parties, the misfits, the marches, etc. Want a recommendations from REAL New Yorkers, look no further. I, along with my weekly guest, share our favorite eats and tales of the concrete jungle. instagram: @thenewyorkminutepodcast logo design: Latoya Leflore @latoya.leflore.7 music: Corey Zack of The Cocoon - A Music Production Lab [To honor the original podcast t ...
 
Fighting Poverty, Strengthening New York, is a podcast that explores the diverse work done at the Community Service Society (www.cssny.org). In each episode, we dive into an issue affecting low-income New Yorkers in areas such as affordable housing, healthcare, and economic security. We head into the field to hear from those affected, and from CSS staff striving to make NYC a more equitable and just city.
 
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The Tulsa massacre of 1921 was a coördinated assault on and destruction of the thriving Black community known as Greenwood, Black Wall Street, or Little Africa. Even today, the death toll remains unknown. In fact, for generations, most people—including many Tulsans—did not know about the massacre at all. This year marks its hundredth anniversary, a…
 
When, on the campaign trail, Joe Biden compared his platform to the New Deal—and, by extension, himself to F.D.R.—who really believed him? Certainly not the left of his party. For a generation, the “end of big government” has been near-consensus in Washington, attested to even by Democrats like Bill Clinton, as well as by Republicans who ran up gig…
 
In a special episode of the Poetry Podcast, Kimiko Hahn, Monica Youn, Paul Tran, and Megan Fernandes join Kevin Young to read their work, and to discuss Asian-American poetics and the role of poetry in our tumultuous times. Kimiko Hahn, a distinguished professor at Queens College, City University of New York, has received a Guggenheim Fellowship an…
 
Margaret Atwood reads her story from the April 26 & May 3, 2021, issue of the magazine. Atwood has published more than two dozen books of fiction, including the story collection “Stone Mattress,” and the novels “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “The Testaments,” which won the Booker Prize in 2019.Por WNYC Studios and The New Yorker
 
Episode 29 topics: mumble sauce rap ruining hip hop, can podcasters be considered artists doing entertainment, can you be inspired by music artists without getting ridiculed, Juvenile received the key🗝🔑 to city of New Orleans, LL Cool J got added to the rock n roll hall of fame J Cole's freestyle including the off season album. This episode is powe…
 
Episode 28 topics: A radio personality Mason Schreader got fired for a tattoo, Asian hate crimes in New York, a 6 year old boy found a bullet in a bag of cheetos, mental health checkin subject is self care, Mariah Carey a culture vulture, Master P explains why hip hop needs a union to help music artists, and national nurse day. This episode is powe…
 
Brittany Owens Micek is the founder and lead organizer of Meditating for Black Lives, a community organization that uses the principles and practices of various meditation traditions to support community efforts to heal oppression. Brittany started Meditating for Black Lives last summer with hopes to create a space for attendees to sit in contempla…
 
Brittany Owens Micek is the founder and lead organizer of Meditating for Black Lives, a community organization that uses the principles and practices of various meditation traditions to support community efforts to heal oppression. Brittany started Meditating for Black Lives last summer with hopes to create a space for attendees to sit in contempla…
 
On Wednesday morning, Representative Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, was ousted from her position as the House Republican Conference chair. Cheney was one of ten House Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump for his role in the January 6th Capitol insurrection, and her expulsion from the chair position is seen as a move by the Republican leadership t…
 
Talking about a plan to entice wary vaccine takers with cash, cyber attack on a major pipeline and infrastructure problems, Ellen Degeneres, and American Idol controversy. Follow me Twitter & Instagram @glennpricemann Email: Podcast@mannglenn.com. Venmo:@mannglenn--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://…
 
When a very long year of doing business from home—in sweatshirts and pajamas and slippers—is over, how much effort will people be willing to expend on dressing for the office? Richard Thompson Ford, a law professor and the author of “Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History,” tackles that question along with the New Yorker editor Henry Fin…
 
After a year of battling COVID-19, parts of the United States are celebrating a gradual turn toward normalcy, but the pandemic isn’t over—and it may never be over, exactly. Atul Gawande tells David Remnick that a hard core of vaccine resisters, along with reservoirs of the virus in domestic animals, may make herd immunity elusive. Rather, he says, …
 
Episode 27 topics: Tiger Woods fender car crash bender update, a man saves a woman from a bobcat, Kobe Bryant's sneakers by Nike expired, another Asian hate crime in Brooklyn New York, mental health check in subject is levels of trauma, Blueface running a cult having women get tattoos of him. This episode is powered and sponsored by anchor. The awe…
 
Music insert of all the East Coast vs. West Coast songs you can think of here. Some might say this weeks topic is a bit controversial, but a must to touch upon for me being from LA and now living in New York City. Episode 28: We talk New York City versus Los Angeles with my guest, Claire Shay a current New Yorker. This is the first episode of a ser…
 
Episode 26 topics: Downside to being famous proversation, mental health checkin subject is depression, Tesla car crash with no driver, Jack Harlow caught in a nightclub shooting, Saweetee eating pizza with hot flaming cheetos weird food combination, star wars day, what is Cinco De Mayo and how it is celebrated. This episode is powered and sponsored…
 
After a year of battling COVID-19, parts of the United States are celebrating a gradual turn toward normalcy, but the pandemic isn’t over—and it may never be over, exactly. Atul Gawande tells David Remnick that a hard core of vaccine resisters, along with reservoirs of the virus in domestic animals, may make herd immunity elusive. Rather, he says, …
 
In this episode I speak with the philosopher Samantha Noll about the difference between food security, food sovereignty, and food justice while getting also getting a history lesson about food justice issues in New York City. In the second part of the episode I hear from Stephen Grimaldi, the executive director of the New York Common Pantry, as he …
 
In 2017, Brandi Levy, a junior-varsity cheerleader at Mahanoy Area High School, in Pennsylvania, was denied a spot on the school’s varsity squad. That weekend, off campus, Levy posted a furious, profanity-filled photo and message about the decision on Snapchat. A student who saw the message showed a screenshot to her mother—the cheer coach. Levy wa…
 
Talking about the battle over the moon, the declining birth rate in the United States, a international caper involving Kim Kardashian, and the CIA. Follow me on Twitter & Instagram @glennpricemann Email:podcast@mannglenn.com Venmo:@mannglenn--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
“The Agitators” is a book about three women—three revolutionaries—who changed the world at a time when women weren’t supposed to be in public life at all. Frances Seward was a committed abolitionist who settled with her husband in the small town of Auburn, in western New York. One of their neighbors was a Quaker named Martha Coffin Wright, who help…
 
Episode 25 topics: tax day has been pushed from April 15th to May 17th, Bobby Brown is cursed, earth day, 16 year old teenager with a knife killed, a shooting by West Hempstead Long Island NY, Derrick Chauvin former cop in prison, Lil' Durk's Phoenix music concert interrupted due to a careless gunfire, Redman vs Method Man Verzus battle, Nick Canno…
 
“The Agitators” is a book about three women—three revolutionaries—who changed the world at a time when women weren’t supposed to be in public life at all. Frances Seward was a committed abolitionist who settled with her husband in the small town of Auburn, in western New York. One of their neighbors was a Quaker named Martha Coffin Wright, who help…
 
Who doesn’t have the travel bug right now? I definitely do! How amazing would it be if one could try before they buy into something - especially a place like New York City! That’s exactly what my guest’s this week did, Mark & Kristen Morgan. Scientists by trade and world travelers by design, they left everything behind and set off on an 18 month ho…
 
Today, we bring you part II of Alexis’ conversation with Rev. Amanda Hambrick Ashcraft. In part II, Alexis and Amanda discuss: the tension of being a white person in the anti-racist movement and how they wrestle with that tension, how anti-racism needs to show up in day to day life beyond Instagram, the complicated relationship between the Black Li…
 
Episode 24 topics: SIP Black Rob, Johnson and Johnson COVID19 vaccine ingredients, John Legend's Walgreens commercial ad, Mortal Kombat movie trailer, what is the junebug challenge, Bronx gets a street named after Big Pun, a shooting occurred during the filming of abc's the rookie. Here's 2 links to donate money to support Off The Meatrack Chainz N…
 
Gm Kings & Queens!..What up!?...Que lo que?..Sak Pase?...Enjoy life,have fun you and your happiness and peace are a priority as well!...Let's laugh again!...Make decisions that need to be made for your well being and happiness...Love,Live,Laugh❤🙏🏽🤣
 
In June, the director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of Defense are expected to deliver a report about what the government knows on the subject of “unidentified aerial phenomena,” more commonly known as U.F.O.s. The issue is nonpartisan: while he was the Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid, a Democrat, secured funding for a secret Pentag…
 
This week, W. W. Norton announced that it would take two books by the writer Blake Bailey out of print, after accusations that Bailey has had a long history of sexual misconduct and assault. The case has helped bring the struggle against sexual misconduct back into the cultural spotlight. The New Yorker staff writers Alexandra Schwartz, who wrote a…
 
Do we hate the player, but love the game? Ball is Business is an investigation into the complex world of amateur basketball, from the players who love the game to the systems that break their hearts. In September 2020, Alexis' original pitch for “Ball is Business” was chosen as one of 10 finalists (out of 1,800 entries) in iHeartRadio’s Next Great …
 
Nearly a century ago, during the Spanish Civil War, a group of parents put five hundred of their children on a boat and sent them across the ocean to find safety in Mexico. Few of the refugees ever saw their parents again. The youngest of the children was Rosita Daroca Martinez, who was just three. On this week’s show, her granddaughter, the writer…
 
Refugees arriving at the southern border of the United States, and especially the unaccompanied children among them, are again in the headlines. A parent’s decision to send his or her chiId on an extremely perilous journey is difficult to comprehend, but war, violence, and hunger can be decisive factors. Nearly a century ago, a group of Spaniards p…
 
Amanda Hambrick Ashcraft is a white mother raising three white kids, a 5 year old daughter and 7 year old twin boys, in the East Village of NYC. She was born and raised in a small town in Kentucky, went to college in Birmingham, AL and to seminary in Richmond, VA. She has lived in NYC for 13 years. Amanda is a movement builder and leader who writes…
 
Episode 23 topics: SIP DMX, Demi Lovato scared for DMX, 5 albums that went #1, Master P suggested that hip hop needs to have a union, cinnamon toast crunch cereal allegedly has shrimp tails, Atari the video games company making sneakers in 3d, Will.I.Am from the black eyed peas new merchandise, Fast 9 movie trailer & release date. Here are 2 links …
 
The murder of George Floyd galvanized the public and led to the largest protests in American history. Even Donald Trump said of the videos of Floyd’s killing, “It doesn't get any more obvious or it doesn't get any worse than that,” presumably referring to the use of force by police. America waited anxiously for the outcome of the murder trial of th…
 
This Sunday is the ninety-third Academy Awards. It’s been a trying year for the film industry, with the pandemic shuttering theatres and halting film productions. But the unusual circumstances have contributed to a remarkable crop of Oscar nominees. For years, the Academy has struggled with diversity and inclusion, but this year’s nominees are amon…
 
In this episode I speak with the philosopher Alexander Guerrero about elections, the lottocratic alternative, and how to ensure a more responsive democratic system of government. I then speak with Susan Lerner, executive director of Common Cause/New York, about the value of ranked choice voting and how we can improve civic education and engagement.…
 
In Episode 4 of Don't Sleep New York, we start our deep dive on the Democratic mayoral candidates - staring with Andrew Yang. At the time of this recording, Yang is leading in the polls; hosts Matt, Ranajoy, and Arpan discuss what makes him a unique candidate for New York City mayor as well as his potential pitfalls. This is not an exhaustive look …
 
“Surviving the Crackdown in Xinjiang” is a expansive and detailed account of Xi Jinping’s policies against ethnic Uyghurs and Kazhaks in China’s northwestern region, which culminated in the detainment of a group estimated to number more than a million, in the largest civilian internment since the Holocaust. The staff writer Raffi Khatchadourian tel…
 
In a special episode on the crisis in Xinjiang region of China, the staff writer Raffi Khatchadourian investigates Xi Jinping’s government’s severe repression of Muslim minorities, principally Uyghurs and Kazhaks. Accounts from a camp survivor and a woman who fled detainment show how, even outside the camps, life in the province of Xinjiang became …
 
Episode 22 topics: MTA NYCT subway slashings, Kevin Van Luven age 59 caught on camera jacking off to a Elmo doll, Colorado shooting, dc comics adds a black superman bad idea 💡, Boogie movie🎞, Hank Azaria's overkill apology, Nas Illmatic album added to the library of congress recording registry. If you like to make a charitable donation to support O…
 
This week, for the first time in more than two years, the directors of the D.N.I., C.I.A., F.B.I., N.S.A., and D.I.A. appeared before Congress to testify about “worldwide threats” to the United States. They discussed Russia, China, Iran, and domestic extremists—and warned about the destabilizing effects of the pandemic and climate change. On the sa…
 
Nattalyee Randall is an actor, singer and voice over artist based in Manhattan. She is also the founder and leader of the 50 Mile Run for Justice Protest, a national initiative to use running as a means to fight for and celebrate the lives of Black people who lost their lives because of police brutality. In November of 2020, she ran a 50 mile route…
 
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