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It’s the podcast created, produced, and hosted entirely by Grandstreet Theatre school students! Take a listen and explore the world of theater through improv, exclusive interviews with theater professionals, classic radio plays, and more!
 
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This week Narrate had the privilege of hearing from Jack Oberweiser, a retired professor from Carroll College. Jack's life is a narrative of service to others. He shared his stories of foster parenting as well as mission work around the world. Jack shares the message that there is always room for one more in our lives. Narrate gathers every Sun ...…
 
Jules sat down with Dr. Walter and Ash to ask the hard hitting questions every chick (and dude!) are wondering about botox or fillers. Hint: Start your Botox NOW! The key word here is preventative. Dr. Walter breaks down the difference, frequency and best uses for botox and fillers and Ash so kindly helps explain it in an approachable way for t ...…
 
What more can be said about Mary? Probably nothing new. But what if the historical infatuation with Mary is for good reason? What if her life is worth examining? What if she can help us walk toward Christmas, no matter our circumstances or emotional state? Narrate gathers every Sunday at 8:30am, 10am, and 11:30am downtown at Grandstreet Theatre ...…
 
What if God has a name? And what if God's name offers tremendous insight into how the authors Scripture invite us to experience the character of God? God told Moses his name was Yahweh, and what followed is the most repeated section of the Bible in the the Bible. If the ancient Israelites found God's name and the revelations of his character th ...…
 
What if God has a name? And what if God's name offers tremendous insight into how the authors Scripture invite us to experience the character of God? God told Moses his name was Yahweh, and what followed is the most repeated section of the Bible in the the Bible. If the ancient Israelites found God's name and the revelations of his character th ...…
 
Mike Banks, President of the Bord of Direcctors talks about how Grand Street Community Arts Center has changed the neighborhood
 
Tracklisting: NxxxxxS - Extratropical Cyclone Unique 3 - Weight For The Bass (3 Ton Mix) J:Kenzo - Magneto Powell - Grand Street Kypski - Truus Sibot - Magnet Jam Machinedrum - Don't 1 2 Lose U Rude Kid - Yagga Kypski - Headcrack Novelist x Mumdance - Shook Selected, recorded & mixed at Homezone, Brixton Hill, SW London. 2015 OK? Nice one!…
 
Spring time pushes a button with me. Right as Jazz stepped back into the spotlight on my day to day playlist I was reminded that it was at exactly this time last year that I recorded two Jazz mixshow editions of the podcast. It felt like the time has come around for another. And as there seems to be something in the air I was all about pairs on ...…
 
Publishing Talks began as a series of conversations with book industry professionals and others involved in media and technology about the future of publishing, books, and culture. As we continue to experience disruption and change in all media businesses, I’ve been talking with some of the people involved in our industry about how publishing m ...…
 
David Kramer has a session with me, Dr. Lisa, on the eve of the opening of his solo show, "Hooking Up With Dave." at the LMAK Gallery, http://lmakgallery.com/blog/ projects/hooking-up-with-dave/ Here's the video of "Hooking up with Dave" which is on display on the gallery as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Uk75MuL8PPo It's also a great w ...…
 
Liner notes: Tumbleweed (2009) [46:22] Saturday, June 20, 2009 @ 8:30 pm. 20 Greene Street between Canal and Grand Streets, SoHo, New York, NY. Tumbleweed A collaborative performance installation for prepared electric guitars, theremin and projections by David Means with Cyrus Pireh and Anthony Ptak. Tumbleweed combines archival images from the ...…
 
Feuer/Mesler gallery director and partner Lauren Marinaro talks about: The evolution of Zach Feuer's gallery over the eight years she's been working with him, to the point now where they've closed their Hudson, New York gallery, and merged with Joel Mesler of Untitled gallery to form Feuer/Mesler on Grand Street; growing into and evolving with ...…
 
https://lightswitchpodcastscomblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/on-the-street-episode-2.m4a It’s the second and final episode of On the Street! Take a listen as the students of Grandstreet Theatre dive into the world of theater through ghost stories, original sketches, song parodies, and more!
 
This sound of theremin artist Anthony Ptak and guitarist Cyrus Pireh. Liner notes: All Notes [26:20] Roulette Intermedium May 20, 2007 8:00 pm. 20 Greene Street between Canal and Grand Streets, SoHo, New York, NY. Cyrus Pireh is the world greatest living electric guitarist. Anthony Jay Ptak is an experimental thereminist, artist, and composer. ...…
 
https://lightswitchpodcastscomblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/on-the-street-episode-1.m4a In the first ever episode of On the Street, the students of Grandstreet Theatre School take you into the world of theater. Listen to improv, a classic radio play, an interview with a theater professional, the history of Grandstreet Theatre, and more!…
 
Meet Bill Crooks, the man behind PB&J Restaurants, Inc. The company started in 1987 with notable establishments such as The Paradise Diner, Yia’s Yia’s, Red Robin franchises, PB&J’s Steakhouse, and the Grand Street Café. Bill visits with Smart Companies-KC host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his latest endeavor, bringing his quarter-century of food k ...…
 
For the last 20 years of his professional and personal life, Kami Roberts has worked with teenagers, families, couples and individuals to look at the various issues that are negatively affecting their lives. He graduated from New York University with a Bachelors’ degree in Applied Psychology (1994) and then he went on to get a Masters’ degree i ...…
 
Sonny Rollins: Grand Street | Brass/Trio [RCA, 1961] Body & Soul | Brass/Trio [RCA, 1961] Yesterdays | Sonny Meets Hawk! [RCA, 1963] At McKies' | Sonny Meets Hawk! [RCA, 1963] Tune Up | Newk's Time [Blue Note, 1959] The Bridge | The Bridge [RCA, 1962] Come, Gone |Way Out West [Contemporary, 1963] The Freedom Suite | Freedom Suite [Riverside, 19 ...…
 
Alan Soldofsky is a veteran of the San Francisco Bay Area poetry scene. His new collection of poems, IN THE BUDDHA FACTORY, was published in 2013 by Truman State University Press. He has been a contributing editor of Poetry Flash, and co-host of the popular poetry show “Planet on the Table” on Berkeley’s KPFA radio. He has published three poetr ...…
 
Thelema Now's Soror Lilya speaks to Scott Hobbs, who put together the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles exhibit of Marjorie Cameron’s artwork. The exhibit is now showing in New York City until October 10th at 76 Grand Street, currently occupied by the Suzanne Geiss Company, and the former home of Deitch Projects. Don't miss it! And list ...…
 
Thelema Now's Soror Lilya speaks to Scott Hobbs, who put together the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles exhibit of Marjorie Cameron’s artwork. The exhibit is now showing in New York City until October 10th at 76 Grand Street, currently occupied by the Suzanne Geiss Company, and the former home of Deitch Projects. Don't miss it! And list ...…
 
Bari Musacchio, Owner, and Matthew Gray, General Manager, of Baz Bagel & Restaurant step on to the third episode of the New York Launch Pod to go behind the scenes of one of New York’s quintessential foods: the bagel. Baz Bagel is a neighborhood restaurant in Nolita (181 Grand Street) with much more behind the scenes. With the best blintzes, as ...…
 
Craig Clouse gets schlockly on this week’s FACT mix. Based in Texas, Craig Clouse makes a lot of music, and he has fun doing it. How else do you explain record titles like Cunts with Roses, Toilet Door Tits, You’re Lucky to Have Friends Like Us and, perhaps best of all, Find Out What Happens When People Start Being Polite For A Fucking Change? ...…
 
Most of us are very lucky. When we go out to eat, we usually don’t worry about dietary restrictions or fret over missing the delicious food we'd like to eat.When actor Tom Hanks recently revealed that he had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, he turned a fresh spotlight on a health dilemma that impacts an estimated 25.8 million people. Restau ...…
 
Today was an amazing day, yesterday was frustrating and weird, and it’s been over two weeks since we had a chat, so Kelsen & Kev sat down and chatted about what’s going on in the world. From the Supreme Court of the United States, to tribal sovereignty, to Senator Shannon Augare, to the Grandstreet Theatre production of “Next Fall”, we cover qu ...…
 
Pizza a Casa Pizza School officially opened its doors April 15th, 2010 at 371 Grand Street on New York City’s historic Lower East Side. Since opening, Mark and his wife, Jenny, have been teaching sold-out pizza-making classes to thousands of students from all over the world. Together with their students and the Pizza a Casa team, the home ovens ...…
 
Pizza a Casa Pizza School officially opened its doors April 15th, 2010 at 371 Grand Street on New York City’s historic Lower East Side. Since opening, Mark and his wife, Jenny, have been teaching sold-out pizza-making classes to thousands of students from all over the world. Together with their students and the Pizza a Casa team, the home ovens ...…
 
So this week we have something a little different. As crazy scheduling and life stuff prevented us from getting together and doing a traditional podcast around the weekend of the Knitters’ Frolic, we took the show on the road to our knitting group, most of whom were with us at the Frolic. There’s discussion about the vendors and goodies we foun ...…
 
Baruch College School of Public Affairs presents the Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality and Justice in America: "Lack of Access: Barriers to Higher Education." Panelists discuss the structural, financial, racial and political barriers to higher education with the result that millions of young people do not contemplate college ...…
 
Baruch College School of Public Affairs presents the Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality and Justice in America: "Lack of Access: Barriers to Higher Education." Panelists discuss the structural, financial, racial and political barriers to higher education with the result that millions of young people do not contemplate college ...…
 
Baruch College School of Public Affairs presents the Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality and Justice in America: "Lack of Access: Barriers to Higher Education." Panelists discuss the structural, financial, racial and political barriers to higher education with the result that millions of young people do not contemplate college ...…
 
Baruch College School of Public Affairs presents the Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality and Justice in America: "Lack of Access: Barriers to Higher Education." Panelists discuss the structural, financial, racial and political barriers to higher education with the result that millions of young people do not contemplate college ...…
 
Baruch College School of Public Affairs presents the Lillie and Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality and Justice in America: "Lack of Access: Barriers to Higher Education." Panelists discuss the structural, financial, racial and political barriers to higher education with the result that millions of young people do not contemplate college ...…
 
Baruch College, School of Public Affairs, Nonprofit Group & United Way of New York City co-sponsor a conference "Using Management Consultants for Nonprofit Organizations: Promises and Pitfalls". Participants hear from and discuss with non-profit clients and consultants on stragetic planning, fundraising, board governance, human resources, techn ...…
 
Baruch College, School of Public Affairs, Nonprofit Group & United Way of New York City co-sponsor a conference "Using Management Consultants for Nonprofit Organizations: Promises and Pitfalls". Participants hear from and discuss with non-profit clients and consultants on stragetic planning, fundraising, board governance, human resources, techn ...…
 
The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management of the School of Public Affairs presents the seminar "The Future of New York's Business Improvement Districts (BIDs)." A panel of executives discusses about alternative directions for BIDs in shaping the city in the future. Panelists include: Robert Walsh Commissioner New York City Department of ...…
 
Madison Lane - Palm of your Hands; Autumn Zero - Help Me, I'm falling; Grand Street - Looking for an opening; Espantapajaros - Where would you go?; Trademark - Sadly; Ojociclón - Give me a hand; Lost Generation - If; SEKS - On The Inside; Greedy Jenkinz - Some Say; Ezryn Zyzyx - Users; We Be Lions - Church Girl; Nerdkween - If; My Education - ...…
 
Interview with Andre De Shields on his new play “Knock Me A Kiss” for “The World of Black Theater” on HarlemTalkRadio.com, with host Linda Armstrong. Andre is getting ready to start performances of a play by Charles Smith called, “Knock Me A Kiss” on November 11 at the Henry Street Settlement Abrons Arts Center/Recital Hall at 466 Grand Street. ...…
 
Rick Moody is an author, musician, and blogger who is best known for his novel The Ice Storm. He is the recipient of PEN/Martha Albrand Award for the Art of the Memoir for his 2002 Memoir The Black Veil. He has also received the Addison Metcalf Award, the Paris Review Aga Khan Prize, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. His work has appeared in The New ...…
 
The Hand-in-Hand Folk Art Collection officially goes on display at Partnership Place on Grand Street next year, but part of the collection will be in a show, opening Friday, September 4th at the Mattie Rhodes Gallery on the Westside.
 
Dancer-choreographer Heidi Latsky presents the New York City premiere of "GIMP"--a full-throttle, passionate ensemble work that expands expectations and perceptions of the body, disability and performance. Thursday-Saturday, March 19-21, 8pm. Opening night reception honors The Wounded Warrior Project (http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org) Abron ...…
 
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