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New York-based Australian comedians Scott Dooley and Jason Chatfield ruminate on New Yorker cartoon ideas over a couple of beers each week. The elusive art of the perfect cartoon is dissected along with cartoon idea suggestions from you, the listener. Believe it or not, Dooley and Chatfield actually had more than a few published, which spurs them on to keep pitching their batches every week in hopes of further glorious publication.
 
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Black Talons 357 (FL/NY/ATL)King Shane - ManagementJam Fyah - MC/SelectorJr Jay - SelectorShane - SelectorSupa Mario - SelectorInquiriesEmail: 357BlackTalons@gmail.comWebsite: www.BlackTalons357.comBookingKing Shane (347)651-0187357blacktalons@gmail.com
 
Finishers Podcast follows mixed martial artists Zach Maslany & JM Holland through their journey of owning an MMA Academy, actively competing in pro jiu-jitsu circuits and coaching fighters of all levels and ages. Interviews, fight stories, technique, travel, business & more. Recorded in studio in Bethlehem, PA - Produced by Ross Sharrer
 
NY1’s Errol Louis has been interviewing powerful politicians and cultural icons for years, but it’s when the TV cameras are turned off that things really get interesting. From career highlights, to personal moments, to stories that have never been told, join Errol each week for intimate conversations with the people who are shaping the future of New York and beyond. Listen to "You Decide with Errol Louis" every Wednesday, wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
Join us as we take a "Second Look" at the pages of history from New York's North Country region. Our weekly podcast digs deeper into the strange, sad and amusing stories from the pages of our more than 150-year-old newspaper in Watertown, New York. Second Look is produced weekly by the Watertown Daily Times with hosts Kelly and Christina. Contact: cknott@wdt.net or kburdick@wdt.net
 
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Fool's Paradise
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"Travel is a fool's paradise." - Ralph Waldo Emerson Samuel Webster goes beyond the marketing of tourism to find real stories in new places.
 
"Thermal Soundwaves is your natural alternative to that everyday stale entertainment" The best in new music, honest opinions, jaw dropping interviews, and comedic variety.
 
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Dj Mixes Every Track An Absolute Belter
 
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Frame By Frame
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Frame By Frame is a podcast series hosted by editor Isabel Sadurni, that introduces you to the most influential, respected and accomplished cinema post-production professionals working in New York today. Through intimate, informal discussions between collaborators about post-production craft, aesthetics, process and technique, we’ll recognize and celebrate the iconic films and people that have made New York film history as well as those contemporaries who continue to make important contribut ...
 
This is a podcast meant for a submission to newyork times for a contest. The contents of the podcast are about how certain events in history affected my life and my future.
 
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Nightly Candy Chat
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In 2009 Nightly Candy with Nana-Adwoa was ranked #34 out of 100 fastest growing blogs on Wordpress. Nightly Candy Chat explores trending topics in entertainment, politics, lifestyle, technology, religion, spirituality and so much more. Nightly Candy Chat host, Nana-Adwoa Ofori has been hailed by NearSay NewYork as a “writer armed with a quick wit and sharp tongue”. Nana-Adwoa Ofori also has a style column on Examiner, and is a regular contributor to Learn Vest, PopEater, Black Voices, AOL Ra ...
 
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TheUltmateMusiQatWork
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#TheUltimateMusiQatWork is a housemusic podcast by MusiQWorks DJs and other DJ guests around the world.So get ready to explore and enjoy live mixes in deephouse,techhouse and afrohouse cause every beat countsFollowhttp://www.twitter.com/musiqworkshttps://www.facebook.com/musiq.works
 
A talk show about the independent film industry.
 
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Former Congressman Charles Rangel reflects on his ties to Harlem and how the neighborhood has shaped him, from his time serving in the army to his rise in politics from Albany to Washington, D.C. He also discusses the Trump presidency and his experience sitting on the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate hearings. Weigh in on Twitter ...…
 
March 20, 1894: A number of small boys, while playing on Willow street Saturday afternoon, unearthed 6 boxes of Limburger cheese. It is believed that this cheese was stolen from the R.W.&O. railroad company May 20, 1893, when Thomas Riley was arrested for burglarizing a car at the junction. The stolen property was not recovered and Riley was ac ...…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Is There Something In This? with your old mates Scott Dooley and Jason Chatfield. Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! NEW YORK LIVE PODCAST w/Mystery Special Guest: April 9th @ Caveat, New York City: Special Mystery Guest Tix: http://bit.ly/ITSITApril9 Check out our new Facebook page: https://www.facebook ...…
 
Sally Rooney reads her story “Color and Light,” from the March 18, 2019, issue of the magazine. Rooney is the author of two novels, “Conversations with Friends” and “Normal People,” which was published last year and won the Costa Book Award.
 
Welcome back to another episode of Is There Something In This? with your old mates Scott Dooley and Jason Chatfield. Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! NEW YORK LIVE PODCAST w/Mystery Special Guest: April 9th @ Caveat, New York City: Special Mystery Guest Tix: http://bit.ly/ITSITApril9 Check out our new Facebook page: https://www.facebook ...…
 
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Errol Louis take a walk through Parkchester, Bronx, and discuss her childhood, her policy positions and politics. She and Errol also check out her new apartment and have an in-depth conversation on how she’s adjusting to life as a congresswoman and her efforts to push back against critics. Weigh in on Twitter w ...…
 
March 1, 1919: The community of Watertown is briefly terrorized by a ghost-like figure described as "The Woman in Black." We talk about this mysterious figure, how she was spotted and whatever became of this local myth. Links: www.instagram.com/second_look_history/ www.facebook.com/SecondLookHistory Article by Olivia Belanger Contact us: cknott ...…
 
Yiyun Li reads her story "All Will Be Well," from the March 11, 2019, issue of the magazine. Li is the author of two story collections and three novels, "The Vagrants," "Kinder Than Solitude," and "Where Reasons End," which was published last year.
 
Welcome back to another episode of Is There Something In This? with your old mates Scott Dooley and Jason Chatfield. Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! 2 LIVE PODCASTS ANNOUNCED: April 9th @ Caveat, New York City: Special Mystery Guest Tix: Caveat.nyc May 17th @ NCSFest California: Special Guest Bob Mankoff! Tix: NCSFest.com Check out our ...…
 
As the nation sees a string of teacher walkouts, former White House education official Diane Ravitch joined Errol Louis to discuss the debate over standardized testing, the influence of billionaires in local school board elections, and what needs to be done to help children succeed. Errol also shares what he thinks about Vermont Senator Bernie ...…
 
What would you do if you were left at the alter? What would you do if you were left waiting for your future spouse to even set a date? And what if you were left waiting for eight years? For many unwed brides, the solution 125 years ago was to take it to court. We take a second look at the history of lawsuits for breach of promise to marry throu ...…
 
Jonathan Lethem reads his short story from the March 4, 2019, issue of the magazine. Lethem is the author of more than fifteen books of fiction, including the novels "The Fortress of Solitude," "A Gambler's Anatomy," and "The Feral Detective," which was published last year.
 
In this episode, we talk with reporter Marcus Wolf about his upcoming article on what it's like to live on an island in the winter, in particular on Grindstone Island, where the Times reporting team and the local PBS station spend much of their time. Marcus Wolf talks about how this story developed, what we found while covering it and why you s ...…
 
We talk about the little known history of African Americans in the north country as we explore the Thomas Memorial African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion Church in Watertown, NY. The local church congregation played an important role in the Underground Railroad pre-Civil War and continued to reach out and help lead the community throughout its ...…
 
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton talks about what he’s learned from his more than 50 years in law enforcement, including his time as a transit cop and running the Boston and Los Angeles departments, the evolution of policing, and some of the unintended consequences of previous police strategies. He also weighs in on efforts ...…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Is There Something In This? with your old mates Scott Dooley and Jason Chatfield. Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! 2 LIVE PODCASTS ANNOUNCED: April 9th @ Caveat, NYC - Special Mystery Guest Tix: Caveat.nyc May 17th @ NCSFest, California - Special Guest Bob Mankoff! Tix: NCSFest.com Check out our new Fa ...…
 
As the debate over the Trump administration’s border wall continues to be a major focus on the national stage, Grammy award-winning pianist and composer Arturo O’Farrill, talks about his latest project, “Fandango at the Wall,” which aims to break down barriers between the United States and Mexico through music. Errol also gives his take on the ...…
 
Feb. 14, 1944: Lipstick, “the scourge of V-mail,” will be tolerated until Valentine’s day, but after that letters to soldier sweethearts with the scarlet imprints will be sent by cargo mail only. Lipstick smears as it passes through the delicate V-mail photographic equipment, and ruins not only the letter on which it was sent,but also others th ...…
 
Leïla Slimani reads her short story from the February 18 & 25, 2019, issue of the magazine. Slimani is the author of the novel "The Perfect Nanny," which won the Prix Goncourt in France in 2016 and was published in the U.S. last year. Another novel. "Adele," was published here in January.
 
Two More Live Shows Announced: 17th and 19th May in California! Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! Welcome back to another episode of Scott and Jason diving nose-first into these hot-button topics: Flash Newsagent quiz Jashawn at Starbucks Jesus the apprentice Superbowl Sizzle Fizzle Matthew McConaughey has left the party Executive Time o ...…
 
Lee Gelernt, the deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s National Immigrants' Rights Project, talks about his efforts leading the groundbreaking legal response to President Trump’s immigration positions, including the travel ban and the family separation policy, and discusses how his New York City upbringing set him up for a lif ...…
 
The Davis Sewing Machine Company was the biggest industry in Watertown, NY, in its time. It started in 1868 and, in less than 10 years, its assets were valued at more than $1 million (more than $17 million in today). However, few in the area today may be aware of the local history of the Davis Sewing Machine Company and its possible connection ...…
 
T. Coraghessan Boyle reads his short story from the February 11, 2019, issue of the magazine. Boyle is the author of more than two dozen books of fiction, including the novels "The Terranauts" and "The Harder They Come." A new novel, "Outside Looking In," will be published in April.
 
Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! Welcome back for another episode. This week we get stuck in to: • Florida: America's wet patch Incognito tabs Lord Jason of the flight upgrades Scott gets a suggestion on the subway Throwing chicken bones at the television What happens when you reward bad behaviour Vicarious Red Dead Redemption Real esta ...…
 
The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) spoke with dynamic artist She Real (@sherealtalk). She Real talked about Uno Wars, her father's major influence, how the school system continues to fail children, her drawing talent, beyond burgers, THOT pockets, why Teddy Riley is the top producer, favorite cinema genres plus shows, the She Real movie, me ...…
 
Today's episode is about the fascinating life of America's first supermodel, Audrey Munson, born in Rochester and died in Ogdensburg. She was the model or inspiration for more than a dozen statues in New York City alone and was the first actress to appear fully nude in a (non-pornographic) American film. How did this famous woman, know as Miss ...…
 
Former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa Patrick Gaspard traces his career in public life, from working to get David Dinkins elected as mayor of New York City, meeting Errol on the campaign trail, working in the Obama White House and eventually leading the Open Society Foundations, a international charity founded by George Soros. You can always w ...…
 
Emma Cline reads her short story from the February 4, 2019, issue of the magazine. Cline's first novel, "The Girls," was published in 2016. She is a winner of The Paris Review's Plimpton Prize, and was named one of Granta's Best Young American Novelists, in 2017.
 
Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! Welcome back to another episode of Is There Something In This? — There’s no New Yorker cartoon meeting this week, so we’re doing an episode made up of entirely your wonderful suggestions… From @pcaggegi - Frankenstein's Doctor @wattocreative - Best Simpsons Shop Name Ever, @nicholas_weissman - Reverse Wa ...…
 
On the debut episode of “You Decide with Errol Louis,” New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman talks about her start in New York politics, reveals what it’s like to cover President Trump, and reflects on the role of journalists in 2019. Errol also shares his thoughts on the new class in Congress and the importance of training w ...…
 
Jan. 17, 1894: Seventy-four patients from the state hospital at Poughkeepsie were transferred to the St. Lawrence state hospital at Ogdensburg, yesterday, passing through Watertown at 4 p.m. They occupied two coaches, which were attached to train No. 1. Forty-three more patients from King’s county will be taken to Ogdensburg Thursday. Links: ww ...…
 
The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) sat down with Birmingham artist Jabo (@jaboent). Jabo talked about his life coming up in Alabama, connecting with Jadakiss, lifting weights at D-Block in Yonkers, losing his baseball scholarship, the perks of college sports recruiting, getting a degree in broadcasting, some facts on civil rights in Alabama ...…
 
Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! Welcome back Just a few of the hot-button topics we address this week: Happy New Year Hard out Emotional baggage carousel Millionaire 6 Year Old Boys Wedding Speech Walkout Wedding celebrity Jason Chatfield Longest, greatest ever shutdown Dools nimbly avoids a felony 6 year-old President The book’s bette ...…
 
Dec. 19, 1968: Approximately 130 children in Potsdam will receive custom dressed dolls, all designed and created by one woman. This is the eighth consecutive year that Mrs. William Burrell has been in the doll rehabilitation business, which she does in her home in the name of the American legion and auxiliary. Contact us: cknott@wdt.net or kbur ...…
 
Salvatore Scibona reads his short story from the January 21, 2019, issue of the magazine. Scibona's first novel, "The End," was a finalist for the National Book Award and a winner of the New York Public Library's Young Lions Fiction Award. His second novel, "The Volunteer," from which this story was adapted, will be published in March.…
 
The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) talked with Coach Raychelle about health and wellness. Coach Ray spoke on ways to improve your overall wellness, work she does as a Reiki master, the books she has released as an author, her fight to get over anxiety, being an editor of Voluptuous Cattura Magazine, all the features/perks that she offers wi ...…
 
While the year is full of strife, it finally ends on a happier note with the earth rising from space as we take our first look at ourselves. We take a look back 50 years ago at one of the most eventful years in history and how major events impacted our community. Contact us: cknott@wdt.net kburdick@wdt.net On Instagram: @second_look_history…
 
NY1’s Errol Louis gives a preview of his new podcast from NY1. Subscribe and listen to the premiere episode on January 23rd.
 
1968 wasn't a year for the weak: Protests against the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights and Women's Rights movement, culture wars, assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy and (sadly) even more. As we start out 2019, we take a look back 50 years ago at one of the most eventful years in history and how major events impacted the na ...…
 
Taymour Soomro reads his short story from the January 7, 2019, issue of the magazine. This is Soomro's first fiction publication.
 
Acid House At Its Best............ A Mix of belters from back in the day......
 
The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) had a great conversation with actor, writer, director Doug E Doug (@dougedougfromtv). His credits include: An act of war, Blue Bloods, Law & Order, Cool Runnings, Justified, Cosby, Touched by an Angel, Jungle Fever, and Diagnosis murder among others. Doug (@dougedoug1) spoke on the lasting impact of "Cool ...…
 
A post Christmas show ft. Rene Sousa - Zach and JM recap the Holiday season, Jokes and Chokes charity event, Zach gets married and now we go to 2019!
 
Dec. 13, 1893: The Young People’s Entertaining Society met at Mr. Green’s in Hounsfield Saturday evening. There were about twenty-five present. The ladies especially enjoyed sitting in the parlor while the gentlemen set the tables and washed the dishes. Contact us: cknott@wdt.net kburdick@wdt.net
 
Retro House Vocal Classics........
 
Subscribe, rate and review in on iTunes! Welcome back... Just a few of the hot-button topics we address this week: Milk on a therapists couch You've been reading the comments again You say 'repeat offender' I say 'go-getter' Shirts vs skins chess Sleeveless in Seattle Being racist has always been racist Jellyfish are spineless Her favourite ban ...…
 
Dec. 9, 1893: Mrs. U.C. Walker, of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, went to Antwerp yesterday and returned with a girl of 14 years named Mary Conley. Mary was arraigned at that village and sentenced to a term in the State Industrial school, at Rochester. Her mother died eight years ago, and it was by the girl’s request tha ...…
 
The Radio Boys (C.Truth, Kev Lawrence) caught up with Brooklyn emcee The Bad Seed (@NiggalisCage). Seed got fully candid on: the incident while going to Port Authority that changed his life, living in the Makin' Mansion, the Castor Troy back pack, the Lyricist Lounge tour, how his daughter has affected his life/career, giving the Grammy winning ...…
 
Mary Gaitskill reads her short story from the December 24 & 31, 2018, issue of the magazine. Gaitskill is the author of three novels and three story collections, including "Because They Wanted To" and "Don't Cry." Her novel "Veronica" was a finalist for the National Book Award in 2005. Her most recent book is the essay collection "Somebody With ...…
 
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