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Hosted by Andrew Rotondi and Scott Reinen, The Bronx Pinstripes Show is a Yankees podcast focused on weekly news and on-field action with a dose of raw fan emotion, media, and player interviews, and an in-depth look at analytics. The show is not affiliated or associated with the New York Yankees, Major League Baseball, or the YES Network.
 
Chris “Pepper Hicks” Stanley, Bronx Johnny, and Chris from Brooklyn are three best friends living life to the fullest in NYC. They’re gentlemen, scholars; they’re alcoholics. Enjoy the art of conversation as they wax philosophic about news, sports, pop culture, and their occasionally questionable life choices. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show a week before it comes out everywhere ...
 
City Journal's 10 Blocks, a weekly podcast hosted by editor Brian C. Anderson, features discussions on urban policy and culture with City Journal editors, contributors, and special guests. Forthcoming episodes will be devoted to topics such as: predictive policing, the Bronx renaissance, reform of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, homelessness in Portland, Oregon, and more. City Journal is a quarterly print and regular online magazine published by the Manhattan Institute.
 
A true crime podcast hosted by a married couple out of the Bronx, NYC. Jess (the wife) tells her husband Russ true crime stories. They sip some cocktails and discuss the ins and outs of the case. Since their opinions are generally different perspectives, it makes for an entertaining discussion.
 
Eric Stephen Booth, a BRIO, (Bronx Recognizes Its Own), Award winner, 2x BETA, (Bronx Excellence In Television Access), Award winner, a Playwright, Poet, Director, Filmmaker, Editor, Producer, CEO of Fruta Extrana Productions LLC and the Author of the Nemesis Horizon Project Novel Series, has ventured out into producing his own podcast.A 70-year-old black gay American male talks about his earthbound experiences living in the United States of America. This podcast is not for children or peopl ...
 
George's Box is a baseball podcast hosted by JJ of Bronx Pinstripes, talking MLB and New York Yankees baseball while mixing in the latest pop culture topics from around the game. Every Wednesday the hosts will spit all the hot takes you need to dominate baseball conversations with your friends -- all year long! This show and the hosts are not affiliated or associated with the New York Yankees, the YES Network, Major League Baseball, or Barstool Sports.
 
Author, curator, and educator Adisa Banjoko (Lyrical Swords // Bobby, Bruce, and the Bronx) talks Music, business, and life strategy. Drawing upon over 2 decades of journalism, Adisa gives you a fresh and inspiring perspective on current events. Check out archived episodes at http://bishopchronicles.com/podcast
 
You know why I started riceandhoney? Because I am a woman born and raised in the Bronx, moved to Phoenix, AZ due to parent seperation, a divorced woman with child by the age of 24,a poet struggling through violations, domestic violence, low self esteem and on a mission to find God. An earth, Muslim, spiritual being transformed. This podcast Riceandhoney fits the description of what's good, all the time, even when it seems otherwise. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/divine-valentin/support
 
A Black y Boricua, born and raised in the Bronx, with her feet planted in WA. Sips Tea @ the Bodega focuses on an edgy perspective on love, family, culture, and social issues while burning sage, loud, and candles. Often there are people who speak their mind and don't give a fuck about hurting your feelings. I'M PEOPLE. Please NOTE: My opinion is not for everyone :) Being not for everyone is good because I'm not for the streetz. Explicit content on episodes; play with headphones or at your ow ...
 
New Day Vitality Psychotherapy is a private practice located in Westchester NY and Bronx NY, with Founder and Director Colette Lopane Capella. New Day Vitality Psychotherapy offers individual, group, couples and family therapy. We are excited to bring this podcast to the public. We will be offering fun, informative, motivational and inspiring podcasts. We welcome you! Clopanetherapy.com Colette Lopane Capella, LMHC, Reiki Practitioner Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/newdayvitality/su ...
 
Encompassed is an oral history-style podcast series and interactive timeline exploring nearly eight decades of 77 years of Bronx Science alumni’s experiences. The interviews revolve around “encompassing moments"–experiences that both immersed the young student in discovery and, like a compass, provided direction for the next steps of his or her life. Listen to the first thirty conversations now, and keep an eye out for new episodes every month.
 
Steven Shalowitz interviews celebrities and influencers on where they'd go if given a one way ticket - no coming back! Destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or a state of mind. Some of his guests have included: Talk Show Host, Dick Cavett; CNN's Richard Quest and Bill Weir; Journalist-Humorist-Actor Mo Rocca of CBS Sunday Morning & The Cooking Channel's "My Grandmother's Ravioli"; Bronx Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr.; Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Jose Ramos-Horta; ...
 
New York Yankees Podcast hosted by Christian and Chris Jr. with Stat Guy Ry. Tune in for all of your New York Yankees updates, interviews, and weekly giveaways. Interviews with John Sterling, Jack Curry, Bryan Hoch, Vic Dibitetto, Bret Boone, Katie Sharp, and more! We are “The Fellas” and we don’t hold back any punches. If you are easily offended, this podcast is not for you. Bronx Bombers baseball has never been discussed quite like this. The Yanks are back and NYYST is here to break down e ...
 
Join Fr. Innocent, Fr. Angelus, Fr. Pierre Toussaint, and Fr. Mark-Mary, priests of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, each week to discuss authentic faith in today's world as they share stories and wisdom from years of prayer, community life, and work with the poor. It all comes back to this: finding deep friendship with Jesus. Seeing him work in our lives everyday. Through topics as varied as mental health, the confessional, and NYC neighbors, the Poco A Poco Podcast is here to accompan ...
 
Hailing from the Washington Heights and Bronx neighborhoods of NYC, 3 close friends have joined forces through a socially distant appropriate manner due to this global pandemic to keep the Legion on Zoom strong. COVID-19 cannot weaken the Legion on Zoom, but only strengthen them! Listen to the Legion on Zoom as they discuss all things superhero, pop culture, and comics. Deep dives into regular segments such as In the news! Who’s more epic? Whatcha reading? Whatcha watchin? Follow @legiononzo ...
 
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Vanessa Gibson is now etched in history as the first woman elected to serve as Bronx Borough President, and the first Black lawmaker to helm it. The borough presidency is largely ceremonial, long stripped of its statutory power decades ago when the U.S. Supreme Court found New York City’s government unconstitutional. While the job might be an on-th…
 
Andrew and Scott are joined by Simon Brundish, sports scientist and coach in the UK, to discuss how science has impacted baseball and sports training in recent years. They talk about Judge and Stanton being able to stay on the field in 2021, Severino, Cole and other pitchers returning from injury, the overall philosophy teams have when it comes to …
 
Hey everyone! In this weeks episode, Jatinder and Ryan cover their predictions that they made before the season started. How did we do??? The question of the day, should Barry Bonds be in the Hall of Fame? Check out our Twitter and Instagram @TheBronxStory, with a website coming soon! Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts, or wherever …
 
Gov. Phil Murphy was sworn in for his second term Tuesday, after becoming the first Democratic governor to win reelection in New Jersey in 44 years. In his speech, Murphy promised to lower property taxes, reduce health care costs and make college more affordable. “I’m not going to be satisfied with just slowing property tax growth,” he said. “I wan…
 
Joe Diaz is the co-founder of AFAR, the leading media brand for and by travelers who care. Founded by Joe and Greg Sullivan in 2009, AFAR inspires, guides, and empowers travelers to have enriching experiences that make a positive impact on the world. Through its flagship magazine, AFAR, its digital platform, afar.com, its non-profit foundation, Lea…
 
Bronx Johnny is missing, there's a walkout at the boys' alma mater Brooklyn Tech, Robert Durst is dead, Carfentanyl exists for some reason, Reddit wants to go public, remember when LaserDiscs were a thing, Chris from Brooklyn is drinking beers on the subway again, and we're all taking a PJ (private jet) to Coachello (Coachella). Air Date: 1/13/22 S…
 
The last time subway riders took the B or W trains was the last week of December. The MTA say that's due to persistent staffing shortages related to the pandemic. The agency says it had to make choices about what service to run with the staff it has available. So it suspended those two lines, and cut back several more because it says the affected s…
 
An ongoing effort to redesign election ballots in New Jersey as a way of establishing equal competition is facing opposition from powerful political influencers in the state, even in small towns where a number of progressive activists are calling for change. The fight is over the so-called “county line” – a column that appears on the primary ballot…
 
Last week's devastating fire in the Bronx was a reminder of fires past, and of the crisis of burning buildings that gripped the borough in the 1970s. "There were many families who were burned out of apartment after apartment after apartment," said Joe Flood, author of 'The Fires.' "And they slept with bags packed, with shoes on their feet." Althoug…
 
For years, Spicy Village in Manhattan's Chinatown has won rave reviews from customers - for the food and for the low prices. And now, just three blocks away, it has a sequel of sorts, called New Spicy Village. But it's unclear what the connection is between the locations. Scott Lynch writes about food for Gothamist. Speaking with WNYC's David Furst…
 
New York's eviction moratorium officially expires as of Saturday, January 15. The state had been prohibiting residential evictions since the early days of the pandemic. It was a way to keep people from being thrown out on the street during a time of economic uncertainty. Now, that blanket protection is no longer in place. But there's still a way st…
 
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy delivered his state of the state address this week. WNYC's Nancy Solomon joins us for a roundup of the latest in Jersey politics - including the latest on the state's contested redistricting process.Speaking with Weekend Edition Host David Furst she says, "There are two redistricting commissions – one for the Congres…
 
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture is hosting the 10th annual Black Comic Book Festival this weekend. But aside from an exhibition on display at the library celebrating the milestone, all events are virtual for the second year in a row, thanks to surging cases of COVID-19. While it may not have the same sprawling reach as larger eve…
 
New Jersey prisoners who are within a year of their release dates will once again be able to get out early due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When Gov. Phil Murphy redeclared a public health emergency this week due to New Jersey's record-high number of COVID cases, that also reactivated the state's public health emergency credits law. Murphy signed the …
 
Two weeks in, Mayor Eric Adams is still just getting his sea legs at the helm of a vast bureaucracy. As Brooklyn borough president, Adams oversaw a staff of roughly 60 people. As mayor, he is executive-in-chief in charge of around 400,000 municipal employees. And while many of his administration picks have been hailed by political observers, some h…
 
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has stopped a controversial vote to OK construction of a new power plant in Newark, after residents rallied against another polluting facility in their neighborhood. The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission was scheduled to vote Thursday at noon on a contract to begin building a $180 million natural gas power plant in …
 
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