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Multi award-winning songwriter, Brian Muni, now hosts Live Song Radio, a monthly New York area AM radio show that is streamed and downloaded for worldwide audiences. Recent guests have included 7 string guitar master, Bucky Pizzarelli; children's music star, Laurie Berkner; The Bacon Brothers Band, Jen Chapin & the Chapin Sisters, etc. Log onto www.wrcr.com the first Monday of every month, 8pm EST. For inquiries, email: livesongradio@gmail.com. Keepin' It Live! (tm) Brian
 
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.
 
There never seems to be enough time in life to feed our appetite for golf while also trying to be the best dad we can be. What started out as a simple group chats between four best friends and golfing buddies, has become a chance for us to share our viewpoints and opinions on golf, life, fatherhood, and relationships. Brian, David, and Todd are entering middle age with kids between the ages of 2-12, where coaching youth sports, working, and the stress of life have negatively affected their h ...
 
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This week, the boys are honored to have professional golfer Will Grimmer on the pod to talk about his journey in professional golf (20:30). A former AJGA All-American, two time qualifier for the US Open in 2014 and 2018, Grimmer has conditional status on the Korn Ferry Tour. Grimmer talks about his passion for golf from an early age, his rise in th…
 
On episode 8 of the ForeFathers podcast, we go 'golf adjacent' to ring in 2021 and while there's a break in the golf action, focus more of our attention on bettering ourselves as parents. To that end, we welcome best-selling author and pastor, David Tieche (13:20), who has co-written several books with youth empowerment expert Josh Shipp and ex-NFL…
 
This special year-end episode of 10 Blocks features highlights from some of our favorite interviews this year, and City Journal editor Brian Anderson extends holiday wishes to listeners. If you're interested in supporting the Manhattan Institute and City Journal, please visit our website. Excerpts included in this episode: How the Plastic Panic Hur…
 
In this episode, Dave and Brian recount the joy of Christmas morning for themselves and their kids before breaking down a winter golf excursion (19:30) to Oak Ridge Golf Course in Brazil, Indiana. Despite 48 degree weather, shivering kids, drizzly rain, and high winds, the boys talk about how enjoyable of a round it was. The episode concludes with …
 
Charles Koch and Brian Hooks join Howard Husock to discuss better approaches to solving America's social problems, how to help social entrepreneurs foster more resilient communities, and why Koch is now focused on building bridges across the political divide. Their new book is Believe in People: Bottom-Up Solutions for a Top-Down World.…
 
Episode 6 of the ForeFathers podcast breaks down the PNC Championship, aka the Charlie Woods Coronation, and discuss what the ramifications of focusing so much national attention on an 11 year old. In addition, we bemoan the exclusion of the University of Cincinnati from the national title in college football, share our best rounds of 2020, as well…
 
Episode 5 of the Forefathers podcast takes a big picture look at the state of the women's game in 2020 since the tournament was pushed back to a Monday finish. The crew ponders the differences between the LPGA and PGA tour (9:40), why we prefer the women's game more, and call for the WGC's or other small field event to consider hosting both a men's…
 
Victor Davis Hanson joins Brian Anderson to discuss the 2020 election, the future of America's two main political parties, the Trump administration's foreign policy record, Joe Biden's Cabinet picks, and more. Audio for this episode is excerpted and edited from a Manhattan Institute eventcast. Find out more and register for future events by visitin…
 
20 years later. The song that was my first published release . Revistied with two of the original artists, genius singer, Marlon Saunders, and genius guitarist, Peter Calo, who was reunited with Boston bandmate (and my newly-discovered sister), genius pianist/organist, Alizon Lissance. I'm on vox, electric rhythm guitar and violin. A celebration of…
 
On episode 4 the guys talk about tragic 'golf' gifts they've gotten in years past and try to help you out with the type of gift ideas you can get the golf nut in your life that are really wanted. Don't pay attention to a lot of what you see in those Golf Digest type of lists. Those are to appease sponsor obligations. So we let you know what we want…
 
On episode 3 of the ForeFathers podcast, the guys give thanks to those special people in their life (2:45), before transitioning to breaking down The Match 3 (15:00) and whether these should be Phil's full-time job. Then, Brian breaks down his day at Trump National in Virginia (36:50) complete with waterfalls, tree ricochets, and no sightings of DJ…
 
Charles Fain Lehman joins Brian Anderson to discuss the nationwide crisis of police recruitment and retention, the strong link between the size of a police force and the local crime rate, and policy changes that could stop the downward spiral. Lehman recently joined the Manhattan Institute as an adjunct fellow, working with its new Policing and Pub…
 
On episode 2 of the ForeFathers podcast, the boys ring in Thanksgiving week by offering up what they really like about each other's golf game. Of course, they couldn't miss the opportunity to also get some shots in on each other's weaknesses too. There's plenty of good natured ribbing to go around, so settle in as we analyze Doug (4:38), Todd (15:2…
 
On episode 1 of the ForeFathers podcast, the crew launches their podcast by recapping the Masters. The guys react to Dustin's historic win, question if the lack of buzz on Sunday was from DJ's huge lead or from the lack of star power by the guys chasing him down. We also debate whether the 12th hole is slightly overrated (gasp!), and some guys who …
 
Howard Husock talks with Shelby and Eli Steele about their new documentary, What Killed Michael Brown?, and Amazon's refusal to make the film available on its Prime Video streaming platform. The documentary is written and narrated by Shelby Steele, a scholar at the Hoover Institution, and directed by his filmmaker son, Eli Steele. It is available t…
 
In an interview from 2016, Brian Anderson and the late criminologist and Manhattan Institute fellow George Kelling discuss the history of policing in Milwaukee and more. Watch the Manhattan Institute's inaugural George L. Kelling Lecture, delivered by former New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton, and learn more about its new Policing…
 
So many great talents involved in this track, including #HughMcCracken, #EmilyBindiger, #CaroleeGoodgold, #MarlonSaunders, #ChuckCooper, #JimmyWisner, #JoeyFranco, #AnnRuckert, #JimboRo (#JamesRohlehr).. #BrianMuni, vocals, nylon guitar. (c) #BWMuni, #SherwinKaufman.From our CD, #LivinginAmerica. https://open.spotify.com/track/5N23fINZ1xhjCOZKXEwgp…
 
Heather Mac Donald joins Brian Anderson to discuss how academic institutions responded to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and how academia’s monolithic belief in systemic racism has fueled recent riots across the United States. She also answers questions from a livestream audience. Audio for this episode is excerpted and edited from a Manh…
 
Rafael Mangual interviewed NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea to discuss how recent legislative and policy shifts in New York present new challenges for police in America’s biggest city. Audio for this episode is excerpted and edited from a Manhattan Institute eventcast, "The New Challenge of Policing New York." Find out more and register for future eve…
 
Joel Kotkin joins Brian Anderson to discuss California's "increasingly feudal" political and economic order, the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown on the state's lower- and middle-class residents, what Joe Biden's selection of Senator Kamala Harris means for the Democratic ticket and U.S. politics, and Kotkin's new book—The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A…
 
Nicole Stelle Garnett joins Brian Anderson to discuss the importance of Catholic schools, their struggle to compete with charter schools, and what the Supreme Court's recent Espinoza decision will mean for private-school choice—the subjects of her story, "Why We Still Need Catholic Schools," in City Journal's new summer issue.…
 
Steven Malanga and Chris Pope join Brian Anderson to discuss how long-term-care facilities have borne the brunt of the Covid-19 pandemic, innovative approaches to nursing-home staffing and training, and what we can learn from the experience to be better prepared next time. Audio for this episode is excerpted and edited from a live Manhattan Institu…
 
Max Eden joins Brian Anderson to discuss how America's latest culture war appears headed for public schools—the topic of Eden’s latest story, "'There Is No Apolitical Classroom.'" Across the country, schools are preparing to reopen in September with rigorous hygiene protocols to protect against Covid-19. Now, in the aftermath of nationwide protests…
 
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