On the Focus on Albany show I will be discussing issues affecting NYS residents and talk with the legislators involved in working on those issues
Weekly messages from Grace City Church in Albany, Georgia. We are a casual & comfortable church where you will find an authentic community. We exist to extend the love & grace of Jesus to everyone we encounter.
Welcome to Artful Albany, a guided walking tour podcast designed to celebrate the art, history, and culture unique to New York's Capital City. During each episode, we'll focus on an area of downtown Albany to explore. We'll regale you with stories, highlight dynamic public art, and hear from some of the artists behind the Capital Walls public art project. You can listen to this podcast from anywhere, but it’s best experienced from the sidewalks of downtown Albany. Artful Albany is brought to ...
Welcome to the Albany Made Podcast - a podcast about the city of Albany and the library's place in it. With the help of our staff and the local community, we will explore everything from local history, to arts and culture, to the function of the library in the community. Thank you for tuning in! We hope you enjoy it.
Host Stephanie Burt travels the Southern United States (with a fork!) and chats with some of the most interesting voices in the culinary South. From chefs to farmers, bakers to brewers, and pitmasters to fishermen, they all have a story. Listen and learn more behind some of your favorite foods.
Listen Albany: the Capital City's Cultural Heritage Podcast, is a series of podcasts that offer just a glimpse into Albany's long, rich history. Albany, the oldest city in the United States operating under its original charter (1686), has known many famous faces over its centuries-long life, Its world-class architecture and stunning streetscapes have provided the perfect backdrop for these famous faces. Through this podcast, you will learn about the people and places that make Albany's herit ...
Brian Lehrer leads the conversation about what matters most now in local and national politics, our own communities and our lives.
Gotham Gazette is a pioneering nonpartisan New York City-based online watchdog publication that covers city and state government, and has a rich tradition of reporting on local elections as well as policy that affects everything from the spaces where New Yorkers live and play to police tactics and civil rights. It is published by Citizens Union Foundation.
Terry is pumped to be back on the South Coast after doing time in North Queensland experiencing rain, cyclones, floods, rain, rodeos, crocs, stingrays, cane toads, snakes and did we mention rain? Because of these well spent past few years, Terry is fluent in both AFL and NRL and is happy to hand out footy tipping advice during the season. Terry loves classic hits and Everything South Coast so get involved by calling Triple M Albany 783 on 13 27 10 and let him know what’s happening.
Pro Wrestling, Comedy and Stories while on the Road. the Traveling Tights is your invitation into the warped minds of professional wrestlers Dalton Castle, Bobby Fish and all their wrestling friends along the road.
Extol Magazine host various podcasts -- from our own, to our clients -- so our subscribers will have a nice variety to choose from. Extol Magazine is a Southern Indiana/Louisville Kentucky publication that celebrates our lifestyles, local profiles, businesses, people, places, and culture. Extol also celebrates health, fitness and sports from the area.
US Lacrosse Magazine is the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men's and women's lacrosse. Visit LaxMagazine.com.
We are setting out on a cross-country quest to further understand the makers movement and craft renaissance. We will take our readers and listeners deep into the creative combustion engine of our country; talking to the colorful characters who hold the deeper truths of This Craft Nation.
On May 12, 2009, the U. S. Congress authorized a national initiative by passing The Civil Rights History Project Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-19). The law directs the Library of Congress (LOC) and the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) to conduct a survey of existing oral history collections with relevance to the Civil Rights movement to obtain justice, freedom and equality for African Americans and to record new interviews with people w ...
The official podcast of Second Ave Sagas with Benjamin Kabak
Elizabeth Alexander, poet, educator, memoirist, scholar and president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, who read her own poem at Pres. Obama's first inauguration, reflects on the young poet Amanda Gorman's poem from President Biden's inauguration, and the moment we're in.By WNYC
Ethan Zuckerman, a professor of public policy, information and communication at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and director of the Institute for Digital Public Infrastructure, and the author of Mistrust: Why Losing Faith in Institutions Provides the Tools to Transform Them (W. W. Norton & Company, January 19, 2021), talks about the loss…
Andrea Stewart-Cousins, New York State Senate majority leader (D, Westchester), talks about the Democrats' priorities in this new legislative session in Albany, including Gov. Cuomo's budget contingencies, and the need for federal aid to close a $15 billion budget gap.By WNYC
Marc Fisher, senior editor at The Washington Post, talks about President Biden's calls for unity, and the many executive actions he took on his first day in office, including rolling back some of Trump's immigration restrictions, and building a pandemic response, basically from scratch.By WNYC
Episode 270: State Senator Liz Krueger On New York’s Finances by Max & MurphyBy Max & Murphy
Jennifer Mercieca, historian of American political rhetoric and associate professor in the Department of Communication at Texas A&M University, joins to discuss inaugural addresses of the past and previews the address of President-elect Joe Biden.By WNYC
As we await the swearing in of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, Christina Greer, political science professor at Fordham University, host of the podcast FAQNYC, politics editor at The Grio and author of Black Ethnics (Oxford University Press, 2013) offers analysis of the change of leadership and what comes next.…
Episode 269: Kevin Parker On His Run For New York by Max & MurphyBy Max & Murphy
President Trump is expected to issue dozens of pardons today. Jami Floyd, WNYC's senior editor for race and justice and legal editor, talks about how this works and who might be getting one (including former New York political power player Sheldon Silver).
On Donald Trump's last full day in office, Susan Glasser, staff writer for The New Yorker, CNN global affairs analyst and co-author, with Peter Baker, of The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III (Doubleday, 2020), reflects on the President's tenure, including the norms he blasted through, the major policy decisions, the …
Zach Iscol, military veteran, founder of the non-profits Headstrong and Hirepurpose, now running for the Democratic nomination as NYC mayor, talks about his mayoral campaign.By WNYC
Bitta Mostofi, commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, talks about the call from a coalition of municipal leaders for a new approach toward America's immigrants, including a path to citizenship and more attention to immigrants in addressing the pandemic.
Jessica Malaty Rivera, infectious disease epidemiologist and science communication lead at The COVID Tracking Project, talks about the latest COVID-19 news around the country, from a sluggish vaccine rollout to the continuing rise of cases around the U.S.By WNYC
Rev. Dr. William Barber, president and senior lecturer of Repairers of the Breach, co-chair of the Poor People's Campaign, pastor of Greenleaf Christian Church in Goldsboro, NC, architect of the Moral Monday Movement and the author of We Are Called to Be a Movement (Workman Publishing Group, 2020), talks about how he carries on Martin Luther King, …
Teachers call in to share how they are teaching their students about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., especially in a year when so many marched for racial justice, and how they are approaching the January 6 insurrection with their students (and how these things relate).By WNYC
Gurbir Grewal, attorney general of New Jersey, talks about the work his office has been doing to fight systemic racism in the criminal justice system, and to support police reform efforts in New Jersey.By WNYC
Errin Haines, editor-at-large for The 19th, a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting at the intersection of gender, politics and policy, and an MSNBC contributor, talks about the upcoming transition of power, the white supremacist movement that stormed the Capitol to overturn the election, and what we can learn about our broken politics from the…
Bonnie Watson Coleman, U.S. Representative (D, NJ-12), discusses the fallout from last week's siege at the US Capitol, the unprecedented second impeachment of President Trump, her case of COVID, racial justice and Dr. Martin Luther King, and the federal executions the Trump administration is trying to push through before he leaves office.…
Julian Scott talks about how the media covered demonstrations this summer & nowBy The Focus on Albany Show
Lukee Forbes talks about his decision to run for Mayor in AlbanyBy The Focus on Albany Show
Join us as we continue our series RITUAL.Throughout our new series, RITUAL, we are going to take rituals that have been a part of church communities for thousands of years and shed new light on them. Sacred rituals were never meant to become empty routines, but ancient practices that were given to us so that we can connect with God on a deeper leve…
Throughout our new series, RITUAL, we are going to take rituals that have been a part of church communities for thousands of years and shed new light on them. Sacred rituals were never meant to become empty routines, but ancient practices that were given to us so that we can connect with God on a deeper level and experience everything He has for us…
Kevin McCashion talks about the cross endorsements of candidates in Rens CountyBy The Focus on Albany Show
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio takes calls from listeners and discusses this week in NYC.By WNYC
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. America After Insurrection (First) | Impeachment (Starts at 28:45) | Our "Best Photo" Contest (Starts at 50:00) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.By WNYC
U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell (D-NJ 9), talks about this past week in Congress and looks ahead to the new term.By WNYC
Dara Kass, MD, emergency medicine physician at Columbia University Medical Center and Yahoo News medical contributor, talks about the latest COVID-19 news, including President-elect Joe Biden's proposal to distribute 100 million COVID-19 vaccines in his first 100 days in office.By WNYC
Listeners call in to share why they are participating in abstaining from alcohol for the month of January, and how it's going during the pandemic. Are you attempting a "dry" or "dryish" January this year? How's it going? And has your relationship with substances changed in this stressful year? How are you thinking about? Call in: 646 435 7280 — The…
Assemblyman John McDonald talks about the State of the State messageBy The Focus on Albany Show