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The tides of American history lead through the streets of New York City — from the huddled masses on Ellis Island to the sleazy theaters of 1970s Times Square. The elevated railroad to the Underground Railroad. Hamilton to Hammerstein! Greg and Tom explore more than 400 years of action-packed stories, featuring both classic and forgotten figures who have shaped the world.
 
If you love New York City then this is the podcast for you! The Gossipnista podcast seeks to continue enriching the lives of New Yorkers and those looking to visit or move to New York City. Join host Mariana Monks, as she asks all the questions you've ever wanted to know about the Big Apple through interviews with special and expert guest within various fields in New York City. Tune in as we pull back the curtain on the city that never sleeps and inspire you to live your best and most authen ...
 
On the Coming to New York City Podcast, Nils and Katie Smith share what it was like to movie their family of 4 from Texas to New York City. They share why they decided to make the move, how they decided which borough to live in, how they found an apartment and everything else that goes into making a cross-country move. And now that they’ve lived in NYC for 5 years, they’re also sharing tips and tricks they’ve learned along the way to make your visit or move to New York City even better. Show ...
 
Weekly radio show from the Democratic Socialists of America in NYC, recorded live at WBAI 99.5 in Brooklyn NY, Tuesday @ 7pm EST. Listen and call-in! Our vision for a democratic socialist future, from the minds and hearts of organizers fighting every day in NYC. Hear the latest news, analysis, and organizing experience from our members and partners and learn how to be part of a revolutionary political moment. Join the movement at socialists.nyc!
 
Welcome to the Church of the City Podcast. Church of the City New York is a church community passionate about making disciples who "practice the way of Jesus together for the renewal of the city." We believe in the authority and power of the scriptures to shape our communal life and practice, as we seek to teach God's word with clarity and conviction. Most of the teaching in our community is done by Pastor Jon Tyson and our teaching team. We have both morning and evening services and meet in ...
 
“New Ice City” is a weekly podcast hosted by Vincent Mercogliano, New York Rangers beat reporter and NHL analyst for the USA TODAY Network. Each episode will feature Vince’s insights on the latest news and rumblings surrounding the Blueshirts, as well as interviews with an array of guests from the hockey world. Download and subscribe on any platform where you find your podcasts, or by visiting lohud.com/rangers.
 
An RSS stream of cases heard by The New York City Board of Standards and Appeals (NYC BSA), including executive review and public testimony, in an easy to download format for convenient offline listening. For the benefit and education of the public -- making authoritative opinions accessible.Sponsored by www.permitsignoff.com
 
In Season 2 of the City Between Podcast we discuss a different NY film each episode to explore the unexpected and interesting corners of New York history and culture. Come join us as we dive deep on the what the films set in New York can tell us about this fascinating and endless place. Find more information about each episode at citybetween.com. Theme music by Dylan Thurston (www.dylanthurston.com).
 
StoryCode is an open-source, global community for emerging and established transmedia, cross-platform, and immersive storytellers. StoryCode NYC holds monthly forums featuring transmedia projects. Event Info: http://www.meetup.com/StoryCode-New-York-City/events/225868307/ More Info: StoryCode Site: http://storycode.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/storycodeorg Twitter: https://twitter.com/storycodeorg StoryCode NYC Events: http://www.meetup.com/StoryCode-New-York-City/events/
 
Listen to us chat about Sex, love, bdsm , stds , ATMs, sugar daddies, relationships, all the things we keep in our head, the feelings we suppress & bad habits we ignore, the potential that scares us our nastiest fantasies & confronting our fears learning new things & enjoying our youth ! With your Favorite Host Kay Creme Interact with us on Instagram & FB @Kay.Creme @SexandTheGrittyinNYC
 
Welcome to Instant Update: Corona Virus New York edition. Your daily source for curated COVID-19 news, tailored exclusively for New Yorkers. We’ll keep you on top of the global and local trends of the virus, inform you on how you might be impacted, provide advice from the experts and deliver it right to your ears. Tune in each day to find out everything you need to know in under 10 minutes.
 
Pets in New York City are like no other pets in the world. Just like their people, city pets of all types have to grapple with cramped apartments (if they’re lucky enough to find a pet-friendly building) local politics, busy streets and dog-run drama. No hopping into the backseat or backyard for them! And those are just the pets that already have homes-pets waiting for adoption have to contend with life in overwhelmed city shelters or life on the streets. "Pets in the City" with New York Tai ...
 
A New York City nurse's raw account of the mounting distress and heartbreak within her COVID-19 ICU at the height of the pandemic. Starting in April 2020, as cases surged in the City and decimated its hospitals, the series records post-shift, late-night phone calls between an advanced ICU nurse and her close friend. SURGE is a rare look inside a hospital mired in fear and confusion, and at a savage disease that devastates both patients and the medical professionals who care for them.
 
A food and culture podcast by Chef Mark Tafoya of ReMARKable Palate Personal Chef Service in New York City. We celebrate food by exploring the culinary scene of NYC and the world, speaking with chefs, purveyors, farmers, and others who are PASSIONATE about what they eat. We travel the planet in search of the unique tastes and dishes that make each place special. ReMARKable Palate is a production of the Culinary Media Network.
 
"The Sound of New York City" is a project born from the idea of its founder back in 2006 to encourage the rediscovery of the Disco Sound, including Soul - Funk - House, while at the same time make use of my extensive vinyl collection, much of which was gathered from underground sources, dating back to 1975. In December 2009 the initial project was transformed into a live, 24/7 web radio station: TSoNYC™ The Sound of New York City™. The station's programming is based on the history of New Yor ...
 
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In this day and age who wouldn’t like the benefit of not having to stand in a line at the bank to draw money or risk that your building’s service staff might not receive their holiday tip? Zach Colonder realized this gap in the market and thought of a way to make this process better and simpler by creating Grazzee and now tipping has never being mo…
 
Put a finger down if overnight trips are your go-to quality time activity with your friends and loved ones. We have a bunch of recommendations we’re excited to share with you, if you’re up for this kind of trip! You can visit the famous Hershey Park in Pennsylvania if you're craving something sweet or ride the roller coasters if you’re feeling adve…
 
While a “Red Wave” of victories did not materialize for Republicans earlier this month on election day in most parts of the country, conservatives won big here in New York gaining congressional seats as well as seats in the New York State Assembly and Senate. Republican Lee Zeldin centered his gubernatorial campaign around a false and racist narrat…
 
Episode 91 of the "New Ice City" podcast is fully devoted to answering fans questions about the slumping New York Rangers. Host Vincent Mercogliano dives into the mailbag to assess the problems, the potential fixes, who to blame, who needs to be more accountable, the issues developing young talent and the constant lineup changes. Included are discu…
 
The City That Never Sleeps is a New York Knicks podcast! In this episode, Josh talks about the heartbreaking loss against the Memphis Grizzlies. What are the Knicks missing? Or, who are the Knicks missing? He also discusses an update about the podcast and why it has been so long since the last episode was released over the summer. Follow the podcas…
 
This Sunday, Pastor Suzy began our Advent series with a teaching from John 1 about the Light of God coming into the world through the person of Jesus. Jesus has overcome all darkness, but we must receive Him as the Light in the beginning, the Light of the World, and that He will be the Light of His people in the age to come. When we believe and rec…
 
Are you ready for Season 2 of Gossip Girl on Dec. 1st?!? I hope you everyone enjoyed the thanksgiving festivities, because I have one more juicy dish to bring to the table on this New York Sunday. In giving my thanks, I’m grateful Gossip Girl existed, inspiring the Gossipnista podcast to be born, then bringing GG 2.0 to life in a bigger & bolder wa…
 
To wrap up our 15th anniversary celebration -- and to set up our big 400th episode -- we take a fond look at one corner of New York City which taught us to love local history. Perhaps you know this area for Seward Park, the first municipal playground in the United States, or for Straus Square, named for Nathan Straus, philanthropist and co-owner (w…
 
Tanya, Angie and Mary Ellen speak with Yusuf Zakir, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer at Davis Wright Tremaine.Yusuf shares his own journey into the DEIB space, the ways in which he invites colleagues into that space, and the way in which he has developed his firm’s approach to DEIB.Make an impact by being a part of our work:Join the Ci…
 
Since Americas inception, immigrants have shown their gratitude to this country through military service. We Are American Soldiers is a short documentary film capturing the stories of Chinese Americans who served this country during World War II, only to return home to face discrimination. We Are American Soldiers tells one mans story of immigratin…
 
Strikes are erupting across the country, from railroads to the New School and your local Starbucks. Reminder from your comrades at RPM - never cross a picket line, just grab a sign and walk alongside them. Workers Today we will hear from rank and file organizers about the Labor Notes troublemakers school, speak to Shep Whanon of Gays Against Guns o…
 
This weeks guest is, Shiloh Frederick, creator of @shilohinthecity a resource for exploring NYC in a different way (off the beaten path with a New Yorker who’s rediscovering her city and takes everyone along for the ride). Shiloh shares fun history lessons and facts from all the city boroughs (not just Manhattan) and she also makes it so interestin…
 
Roosevelt Island is such an amazing place for our family. And I’m glad we made the decision to move . . . but another move may be in our future. We are navigating the complex world of lottery apartments and doing our best to figure out all on the ins and outs. We’ll introduce the concept in this episode as we have experienced it so far and then kee…
 
Episode 90 of the "New Ice City" podcast features New York Rangers forward Jimmy Vesey discussing his hockey roots, off-ice interests and giving fans a taste of what it's like in the locker room. Plus, host Vincent Mercogliano discusses the Blueshirts' unpredictable results through the first 17 games of the season and answers fans' questions on Rya…
 
Living in New York City is attainable, but not without many learnings along the way. In this week’s episode I sat down with Brittney Scardina, a new local to the city, who although did some extensive research before her move to NYC - she never saw the Ikea couch situation coming her way that would become one of her first #onlyinnewyork moments (lik…
 
In late December 1954 Marilyn Monroe came to New York City wearing a disguise. Monroe -- the biggest movie star in the world when she arrived -- came to the East Coast to reinvent herself and her career. The year 1955 would be a turning point in her life and it all played out on the streets of the city. She intended to spend most of her life here. …
 
Panel speakers will share personal stories about growing up with sewing mothers and grandmothers during the decades when practically every Chinese immigrant family in New York City included garment factory workers - the hard work and long hours, the social environment and friendships, union benefits and programs, and the strength, solidarity and ac…
 
When the Berlin Wall fell, Germany united in a wave of euphoria and solidarity. Also caught in the current were Vietnamese border crossers who had left their homeland after its reunification in 1975. Unwilling to live under socialism, one group resettled in West Berlin as refugees. In the name of socialist solidarity, a second group arrived in East…
 
Episode 89 of the "New Ice City" podcast examines the New York Rangers' early season struggles, the mood in the locker room and the keys to turning it around after eight losses in their last 12 games. Plus, Hart Levine of PuckPedia joins the show to analyze the Blueshirts' salary cap dilemma and host Vincent Mercogliano discusses Igor Shesterkin's …
 
Whether it’s by car, by train, or by boat, day trips out of New York City are a great way to explore new places we know you’ll love! From visiting a cool museum in Philadelphia, to stepping foot in a little town in Connecticut, and enjoying a burger spot in New England, day trips like these will always hold a special place in our hearts. We’ve got …
 
This Sunday, guest teacher David Bennett continued our Fall sermon series, The Jesus Stuff, with a teaching on the radical and mysterious love of God. Framed under the idea that God has a love that is unique for every person, David shared his testimony of moving from an atheistic, gay activist, to becoming a follower of Jesus, who now advocates for…
 
Hello New York lovers and New Yorkers, how I’ve missed you all. I’m dropping into your feeds unexpectedly today to finish off season 5 of the Gossipnista podcast. You can expect a couple new episodes to come that will round up the completion of season 5 in the next few weeks. And, do I have some City Confessions to start you off with. The fabulous …
 
It’s election season again! That means that citizens will soon exercise their right to vote for their political leaders, but for workers in a union, or for those trying to organize one themselves, democracy does not end on election day. It is in the everyday struggle for a democracy worthy of the name not only in our politics, but in our workplaces…
 
Episode 88 of the "New Ice City" podcast recaps a productive road trip, including the New York Rangers' first trip to Arizona's Mullett Arena, and what's been going right during the Blueshirts' latest winning streak. Plus, Shayna Goldman of The Athletic joins the show to discuss positive trends through the first 11 games of the season and host Vinc…
 
Night markets are exciting local events that showcase local vendors. But they weren’t always that way. Our guest in this episode, Marco Shalma, speaks about how he started the Bronx Night Market, from what he considered a side gig into a full time company, MASC Hospitality Group.Find out how Marco overcame the challenges of the pandemic, and how he…
 
In her CUNY FORUM essay, writer Vina Orden discusses quincentennial commemoration of the Magellan-Elcano circumnavigation across the Pacific to South America, through the Strait of Magellan, and across the Pacific to Guam and the Philippines. What exactly was being commemorated depended on who you asked. Here, Orden presents a critique of colonial …
 
This Sunday, Pastor Suzy continued our Fall sermon series, The Jesus Stuff, with a teaching on the way Jesus used His margin to do justice and love mercy as He walked with God. Jesus went above and beyond in His care for people to the point that He poured out His whole life, and He calls us to do the same.…
 
It’s time to pull your coats out of the closet ‘cause it’s about to get chilly! December is one of the most magical months of the year and we’re excited for what this month has to offer! We really enjoy indulging in different food booths and souvenir shops. We also love ice skating and participating in the Christmas tree lighting, and opening gifts…
 
Episode 87 of the "New Ice City" podcast dives into the New York Rangers four-game losing streak -- the concerns, the silver linings and why this is no time to overreact. Plus, Greg Kaplan and Ryan Mead of Blueshirts Breakaway join the show to discuss how the fan base is handling high expectations and host Vincent Mercogliano answers questions on Z…
 
On January 1, 2023, New York City will celebrate a special moment, the 125th anniversary of the formation of Greater New York and the creation of the five boroughs — The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. In honor of this special moment in New York City history, we are celebrating a bit early, reissuing our episode (originally #1…
 
The yearly NYC DSA convention is back, with about 100 delegates from every corner of the city gathering to discuss the path forward for our organizing community. After taking some serious losses in electoral organizing and membership enrollment, socialists in the city seek to find their place in the movement, to re-engage in the work and to bring o…
 
Staff from City Bar Office for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging sat down with a Commissioner and the Special Counsel for the New York City Racial Justice Commission to discuss the process through which the Commission chose the measures that will appear on New York City ballots, and what changes New Yorkers can expect if the measures pass.…
 
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