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  • 00:57

    Episode 170: Electronic Correspondence

    in Baseball

    In Episode 170 of Amazin' Avenue Audio, Jeffrey and Brian banter about books and bad Binghamton promotions before answering your e-mails on the value of a compensation pick, the Mets contention window, a potential Matt Harvey extension, a potential Matt Harvey trade, re-signing Juan Uribe, the 2016 Mets lineup (those last five are all one e-mail, le sigh), old Latin pitchers, and our annual game of guess the minor league rosters. There is also news on the IFK Goteborg front, and Jeffrey plugs the Baseball Prospectus Annual a few times.

  • 00:32

    Dorian Missick Talks Lenox Avenue

    in Entertainment

    Dorian Missick star of the SyFy Channel series HAVEN talks to I Am So Not Hollywood Radio about his exciting new webseries LENOX AVENUE!
     

  • 01:09

    Episode 169: The 2016 Mets might be a nice baseball team

    in Baseball

    In Episode one-hundred-and-nice of Amazin' Avenue Audio, Jeffrey and Greg discuss Sandy's sense of humor, how good the 2016 Mets might be, who is the best shortstop prospect in the organization, and answer your e-mails on prospects, Cespedes, the DH, and whether the Mets are the best team in baseball. We wrap things up with another IFK Goteborg update and a list of all the mediocre European and Canadian detective procedurals Jeffrey has been watching lately.

  • 00:46

    Episode 168: You know the name (Cespedes)

    in Baseball

    In Episode 168 of Amazin' Avenue Audio, Jeffrey, Kate, Chris, Kate Morrison of Baseball Prospectus and the mysterious prospect hate man (he lost a bet) knock back a few and discuss the Mets re-signing Yoenis Cespedes. We prefer that they would have leaked this out two drinks ago, but we can't complain too vehemently because the Mets look like a legitimate mid-market team and have had a pretty good offseason? We are confused as the rest of you.

  • 02:00

    The Avenue Talks

    in Music

    We got Awdamatik coming thru

  • 02:00

    The Avenue Talks

    in Music

    Tomorrow is my grandmothers birthday and we also will be talking on certain topics tomorrow as well.

  • 00:50

    Blue Hill Avenue, 2001

    in Movies

    Four friends enter the drug trade in Boston in the late 1970s: Tristan (Allen Payne), Money (Aaron D. Spears), E-Bone and Simon. With the consent of a South End crime boss, Benny (Clarence Williams III), they quickly rise in the drug game, while the leader of the group, Tristan, keeps his double life a secret from his clueless parents. However, as the 1970s pass to the 2000s, a police investigation threatens to ignite a violent feud among the tight-knit friends.


    Allen Payne: Tristan


    Angelle Brooks: Martine


    Michael Taliferro: Simon


    William L. Johnson: E. Bone


    Aaron D. Spears: Money


    Andrew Divoff: Det. Tyler


    Richard Lawson: Uncle Rob


    Marlon Young: Twinkie


    Dee Freeman: Violet


    Angelle Brooks: Martin


    William Forsythe: Det. Torrance


     

  • 02:02

    Episode 167: 2016 Prospect List Podcast

    in Baseball

    It is that time of the year again. The time when we spend two hours arguing over the minutia of the Mets player development system. Are you excited yet? You should be. In Episode 167, Jeffrey, Greg, Lukas, and Steve argue about the Mets minor league system. We start off with a system overview before diving into breakout candidates, who we are higher and lower on than the others, postulate some sleepers, and list our guys. There is plenty of trolling, some spilled pizza, and a lot of John Mora talk for some reason. Then we answer your e-mails on future Mets hall of famers, future Mets minor league managers, and the 1976 NL Cy Young race. And you wonder why it went two hours?

  • 01:49

    The Avenue Talks

    in Music

    Lets talk about the writings

  • 00:17

    Karen Cherie Cogane debuts Poodles of Park Avenue

    in Lifestyle

    A NEW BOOK JUST RELEASED EXAMINES THE COMPLICATED NATURE OF RELATIONSHIPS… FROM THE


    PERSPECTIVE OF A PAMPERED POODLE.  AUTHOR KAREN CHERIE (SHERRIE) COGANE (COE-GAIN) HAS


    WRITTEN THE STORY OF SIMONE THE POSH POOCH WHO HAS EVERY MATERIAL ADVANTAGE POSSIBLE,


    BUT LACKS THE LOVE AND COMPANIONSHIP SHE REALLY NEEDS.


    IT’S A STORY OF LOVE, CARING AND THE PERCEPTION ABOUT WHAT WE HAVE AND WHAT WE MAY OR


    MAY NOT NEED FROM OTHERS. IT CAN BE APPLIED NOT ONLY TO OUR FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS-BUT OUR


    HUMAN COMPANIONS TOO.


    KAREN JOINS US NOW TO DISCUSS THE THEME OF HER NEW BOOK AND HOW IT CAN RESONATE WITH


    ALL OF US.


    SUGGESTED QUESTIONS


    ? HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE STORY OF “THE POODLES OF PARK AVENUE?”


    ? WHAT IS THE BASIC MESSAGE YOU HOPE READERS WILL TAKE AWAY FROM YOUR BOOK?


    ? TELL US HOW YOU DEVELOPED THE PLOT AND CHARACTERS.


    ? WHAT AGE GROUP WERE YOU TARGETING AS READERS FOR THE BOOK – AND  CAN YOU


    ENVISION ALL AGES BENEFITTING FROM THE UNDERLYING MESSAGE IN THE BOOK?


    ? HOW DIFFICULT WAS THE WRITING PROCESS AND HOW LONG DID THE PROJECT TAKE?


    ? WHY DID YOU THINK IT WAS IMPORTANT TO WRITE THIS BOOK?


    ? WHAT DO YOU EXPECT READERS TO TAKE AWAY FROM THIS BOOK?

  • 00:41

    The Avenue Talks

    in Music

    We got Milli2Commaz coming to sit down with Te Avenue Talks to get an exclusive interview