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The CRE News Hour is going on hiatus. We had a great run of 26 feature-packed episodes in our first season, and depending on listener and sponsor support, we hope to return in the New Year with more news and features about the commercial real estate industry. [spp-player] If you are interested in engaging SBN to help produce an industry-specific ne…
 
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we’ll speak with Matt Harding and Melissa Sievwright of retail shopping center firm Levin Management about their pre-holiday survey of retail sentiment, and we’ll have a conversation with Jim Berry, leader of Deloitte’s US real estate practice, about the firm’s 2020 Commercial Real Estate Outlook. [spp-player] …
 
A major merger in the CRE world this week. In the November 1, 2019 CRE News Hour, we’ll chat with stock analyst John Guinee of Stifel about Prologis’s 12 billion dollar acquisition of Liberty Property Trust. We have excerpts from a “Meet The Developers Panel” held Thursday by the Philadelphia Center City Proprietors Association (you can purchase a …
 
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we’ll chat with Stroock attorneys Chris Griner and Tatiana O. Sullivan about proposed regulations on foreign investment in commercial real estate; CommercialCafe writer Patrick McGregor will report the results of a ten-year study of office growth across the US, and we’ll talk with SGBlocks CEO Paul Galvin about…
 
In this week’s episode of The CRE News Hour, we present a special edition, a panel discussion sponsored by the Philadelphia chapter of the Urban Land Institute, “From Liability to Asset: Rethinking Commercial Property.“ The panelists are: Kelly Andress, Founder & President, Sage Life Senior Living Paul Medany, Mayor of Deptford Township Mike Mignog…
 
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we’ll take a deep dive on the critical factor of energy consumption in commercial real estate, with Alec Manfre, CEO of Bractlet, which models building energy consumption for clients; and a chat with Scott King, CEO of Brut Lighting, about the advantages of LED lighting in industrial property, and we’ll look at…
 
In this episode of the CRE News Hour, we speak with William and Stephen King, founders of Imbrex Corporation, which is developing blockchain-based tools for commercial and residential real estate professionals; we have a conversation with Clark Machemer, who is celebrating his first year leading Crow Holdings Industrial’s northeast operations after…
 
In this week’s edition of The CRE News Hour, we go on-site at the NAIOP I.CON East conference in Jersey City to chat with Jeff Milanaik of Bridge Development Partners about multistory industrial properties, including Sunset Industrial Park, which Bridge is developing in Brooklyn, New York. We talk with Bruce Schanzer of Cedar Realty Trust about how…
 
In this week’s edition of The CRE News Hour, we’ll talk about a new study by CBRE about the correlation between college football prowess and student housing value with CBRE’s Jaclyn Fitts; we’ll talk about a new emphasis on creative partnerships by coworking companies with Brock Strasbourger of coworking company Convene, and we’ll look at the lates…
 
In this week’s edition of The CRE News Hour, anchor Steve Lubetkin and his guests cover these topics: Neurodiversity and how that’s affecting the way office space is being designed, with Kay Sargent of design firm HOK. HOK’s Workplace Practice just released “Designing a Neurodiverse Workplace,” exploring how organizations can create physical work e…
 
Rabbi David Levin visits this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast to discuss his new Jewish Relationships Initiative. The Jewish Relationships Initiative is a nonprofit organization formed to provide outreach focusing on the unaffiliated Jewish population of Greater Philadelphia. JRI seeks to create relationships through meaningful connectio…
 
l Branch banking has truly evolved over the past few years examining the physical space, the technology and people skills for future success. This will impact the marketing and selling of all bank services. More emphasis has been placed on the redesign of the interior, and the recruiting, training/mentoring of new branch frontline teams to provide …
 
Branch banking has truly evolved over the past few years examining the physical space, the technology and people skills for future success. This will impact the marketing and selling of all bank services. More emphasis has been placed on the redesign of the interior, and the recruiting, training/mentoring of new branch frontline teams to provide a …
 
Branch banking has truly evolved over the past few years examining the physical space, the technology and people skills for future success. This will impact the marketing and selling of all bank services. More emphasis has been placed on the redesign of the interior, and the recruiting, training/mentoring of new branch frontline teams to provide a …
 
Media relations has been a mainstay of the PR industry for decades, but that’s changing, especially as newsrooms shrink. Companies large and small are now telling their own stories, publishing them on SEO-enhanced online news hubs, and getting bottom-line results. Brand journalism (also known as content marketing) is dramatically changing how we pr…
 
On this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, author Jacqueline Becker discusses her book, Raging Against Aging, a collection of personal narratives about getting older reluctantly, or as Jackie puts it, "ranting and raving, laughing and crying, stretching and kvetching." [spp-player] About the Guest Jacqueline Becker, a retired teacher, stil…
 
Rabbi Ben David, senior rabbi of Congregation Adath Emanu-El, Mount Laurel. NJ, returns to the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast to discuss Seven Days, Many Voices: Insights into the Biblical Story of Creation, (order the book here) the book of essays he recently edited for the CCAR Press. The book is an anthology of creative responses to and inspired in…
 
Dawn Mastoridis, national marketing director of ReServe, visits the Jewish Sacred Aging podcast to describe the organization's efforts to place retired experts in temporary assignments at companies and nonprofit organizations around the country. [spp-player] About the Guest Dawn Mastoridis is ReServe’s National Marketing Director responsible for ex…
 
In 1976, Robbie Benson and Glynnis O’Connor starred in a movie version of the 1967 Bobbie Gentry folk classic, “Ode to Billy Joe.” At the time of the movie’s release, I was a student DJ at WMCX-FM at Monmouth University. I was also the “production engineer” for some basement tape recordings my dad made with a musical colleague from Fort Monmouth, N…
 
In 1976, Robbie Benson and Glynnis O'Connor starred in a movie version of the Bobbie Gentry folk classic, "Ode to Billy Joe." At the time of the movie's release, I was a student DJ at WMCX-FM at Monmouth University. I was also the "production engineer" for some basement tape recordings my dad made with a musical colleague from Fort Monmouth, NJ who…
 
Steve was a guest August 29, 2017 on "In the Green Room," a radio talk show on Internet radio station PANJRadio.com, based in Lambertville, NJ. He talked about his career in radio and print journalism, and discussed the book, The Business of Podcasting: How to Take Your Podcasting Passion from the Personal to the Professional.…
 
On this edition of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, we chat with Texas-based author Terry Beck, whose book, A Train of Thoughts: Forty Years Workin' on the Railroad, is a collection of stories based on Terry's 40 years of experience working the Santa Fe Railroad. [spp-player] You can learn more about Terry's writing on his Facebook page.…
 
On this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, elder law attorney Jerold Rothkoff discusses important issues of legal and estate planning for seniors and their care givers. [spp-player] About the Guest [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="202"] Jerold Rothkoff[/caption] Jerold E. Rothkoff, a practicing New Jersey and Pennsylvania attorney, …
 
Andrew Gurman MD, the immediate past president of the American Medical Association, and a hand surgeon from Hollidaysburg, PA, is the guest on this week's edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast. Dr. Gurman discusses healthcare issues for Baby Boomers and the need for health insurance reform in the US. [spp-player] About the Guest [caption id="a…
 
Andrew Hanauer, director of the One America Movement, is the guest on this week's Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast. The One America Movement’s mission is to heal growing divisions in American society, to build human relationships that can cut through the isolated “bubbles” that increasingly define our country. One America's goal is to transform the way …
 
Rabbi Jeffrey Salkin, author of the best-selling b'nai mitzvah guide, Putting God on the Guest List, visits Rabbi Address on the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast to discuss his newest book, The JPS B'nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary, and trends in Bar and Bat Mitzvah practices across the Jewish spectrum. About the Guest Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin joined Temple…
 
The guest this week on the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast is Heshie Zinman, chair of the LGBT Elder Initiative in Philadelphia. The LGBT Elder Initiative is committed to assuring that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender older adults have rights and opportunities to live vibrant, creative and mutually supportive lives. To achieve this vision, the mi…
 
This week's guest on the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast is Mark Meridy, executive director of New York-based Dorot USA, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to alleviate social isolation and provide concrete services to older adults. For more than four decades, DOROT has been an innovative leader in the fields of aging services and volunteerism. DOR…
 
Alzheimer's Disease is the topic of the June 2, 2017 Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, as Rabbi Address welcomes Wendy Campbell, president of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association to the program. About the Guest Wendy Campbell is president and CEO of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association since 2000. She was prev…
 
Dr. Michelle Friedman, co-author of The Art of Jewish Pastoral Counseling: A Guide for All Faiths (Psyche and Soul), is the guest on this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast. About the Guest Michelle Friedman, MD, is the Founder and Sharon and Steven Lieberman Chair in Pastoral Counseling at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah in Riverdale, NY. She rece…
 
In the newest episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address speaks with Rabbi Geoffrey A. Mitelman, the Founding Director of Sinai and Synapses, which "seeks to bridge the religious and scientific worlds, offering people a worldview that is scientifically grounded and spiritually uplifting." About the Guest Rabbi Geoffrey A. Mitelman is…
 
On this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Address chats with Rabbi Sam Joseph, the Eleanor Sinsheimer Distinguished Service Professor of Jewish Education and Leadership Development at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati. The conversation was recorded March 25, 2017 when Rabbi Joseph was appearing as the S…
 
On this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we present this year's "Meet the Media" panel, sponsored by the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. The panel was held March 30, 2017 at Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ. The panelists were: Karin Price Mueller, writes the Bamboozled consumer affairs colu…
 
This episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast features a conversation with Rachael Falk, a Psy.D. candidate in clinical psychology, about her doctoral research into spirituality as it relates to end of life and mourning rituals. About the Guest Rachael Falk, who is pursuing her Psy.D. in Clinical Pscyhology at William James College, was selected …
 
On this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast, Rabbi Peter Kasdan, retired rabbi of Temple Emanu-El in Livingston, NJ, discusses his work with the Jewish Genetic Disease Consortium and his efforts to encourage Jewish couples to take part in pre-marital genetic screening and counseling regarding these diseases. About Rabbi Kasdan Rabbi Peter Ka…
 
David Zinner, executive director of Kavod v'Nichum, a Maryland-based organization training Jewish communities and organizations in traditional Jewish funeral practices, is the guest on the March 17 Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast. Zinner describes the educational seminars and conferences held by the group’s training affiliate, the Gamliel Institute. Ka…
 
Harry J. Whittinghill survived the hellish Bataan Death March in 1942 and wrote a memoir about it that his children brought to Brookdale Community College History Professor Paul E. Zigo. Zigo, a retired Army officer and founder of Brookdale's Center for World War II Studies, worked with Drew University History Prof. John McLaughlin and Marie D. Som…
 
On this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging podcast, Shelly Christensen discusses Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM). Shelly Christensen Shelly Christensen, MA, literally wrote the book on inclusion of people with disabilities, the Jewish Community Guide to Inclusion of People with Disabilities and is writing her new book, From …
 
On this episode of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, our guest is Jessica Rhodes, CEO of InterviewConnections.com, a booking agency for people seeking to be guests on podcasts. Jessica is the author of the just-published Rock the Podcast!, a book that describes how to make podcast guest appearances part of your overall marketing strategy …
 
On this episode of Boomer Generation Radio, the guests are Rabbis Tsurah and Yosef August discussing chaplaincy and compassionate care. Rabbi Tsurah August is a chaplain for Jewish Family & Children's Service of Philadelphia. Rabbi Yosaif August is a life coach, healthcare innovator and caregiver advocate, and author.…
 
On the January 24, 2017, the guests are William Benson, a principal in the Silver Springs, MD-based health benefits consulting firm, Health Benefits ABCs LLC, and Dorian (Dori) Mintzer, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist and life coach, who is author of The Couple's Retirement Puzzle: 10 Must-Have Conversations for Transitioning to the Second Half of L…
 
In this edition of the Jewish Sacred Aging podcast, the guest is Emily Pinzur, an end of life doula, who provides informational, emotional, spiritual and practical support to clients as they engage consciously and fully with their own end of life transition or that of a loved one. More information about Emily's doula practice is at silverwheelheali…
 
In the January 17, 2017 Boomer Generation Radio, Marilyn Haskel of the Kendal community Collington discusses music for older adults, and Mark Dann, federal affairs director for Compassion and Choices, the nation’s oldest, largest and most active nonprofit organization committed to improving care and expanding choice at the end of life.…
 
On the January 10, 2017 Boomer Generation Radio show, Barbara Shaiman of Embrace Your Legacy discusses strategies and activities to help people “live their legacies,” become more philanthropic and create projects for social change. In the second half of the show, Peter Hecht discusses financial planning in the New Year.…
 
Rabbi Marc Katz, Associate Rabbi at Congregation Beth Elohim in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, discusses his book, The Heart of Loneliness: How Jewish Wisdom Can Help You Cope and Find Comfort on this episode of the Jewish Sacred Aging Podcast. [spp-player] About the Guest Originally from Barrington RI, Marc received a B.A. from Tufts University in 2006…
 
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