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Tune in to Record Talk Radio on Tuesday, Dec. 23 at 10 a.m. when our guest will be outgoing Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan.
In her final days in office, Donovan looked back at her four years as County Executive. She also discussed some of her plans after Jan. 1 when Democrat James Tedesco will be sworn in as Bergen County's fifth county executive.
Needle on the Record is an eclectic, candid peek into New Music, Touring and Entertainment News. We also include Artist Interviews and Music Industry News; always delivered with a dash of humor.
This week we have a special guest interview. The Angela's talks music including Black Music Month with singler/songwriter and national recording artist, Elijah Bland. Elijah brings a refreshing dimension to the modern world of soul music. Coupled with powerful lyrics and soulful grooves, his silky smooth delivery is a gift that has touched many around the world. His sound fuses elements of jazz, funk and R&B to create a unique brand of soul music. Mr. Bland has captured the hearts of music lovers around the world with his passionate interpretation of honest music. His voice and style reflect a range of musical influences, from legends such as Marvin Gaye and Prince to contemporary greats such as Maxwell and D’Angelo.
His first new release in almost five years, Elijah's latest is the sexy hit single "For The Record" which has provided his fans an encouraging preview of his highly-anticipated third full-length album.
Anyone who knows this man can attest to his undying passion and love for creative expression. He is also an accomplished graphic designer and talented actor. With a healthy blend of passion, purpose, faith, and love, Elijah Bland is committed to sharing his gifts with the world, one soul at a time.
Needle on the Record: We do it for the art.
Join us onn Friday, Oct. 31 at 10 a.m.for a Halloween edition of Record Talk Radio when we'll talk about New Jersey's response to Ebola quarantines and the closing days of the Bergen County campaign season.
Record reporters Mary Jo Layton and Melissa Hayes will talk about how local hospitals are preparing to handle any possible Ebola patients and how Gov. Chris Christie responded to the debate over quarantines.
On the second half of the program,political consultants Sean Darcy and Deirdre Woodbyrne will wrap up their analysis of the races for Bergen County Executive and Freeholder in a final segment of Campaign 2014.
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Efforts to consolidate Bergen County law enforcement will be our topic on the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 4 when our guests will be Freeholder Tracy Zur and my Record colleague Jean Rimbach.
Zur, the chair of a shared services committee, will talk about how this year's election has affected the board's plan to combine the County Police into the Sheriff's Office.
County Executive-elect and Democratic Freeholder James Tedesco has declared that police consolidation will be one of his top priorities during the first 100 days of his administration, which begins Jan. 1
Rimbach, who covers county law enforcement, will talk about the impact of County Police Chief Brian Higgins' decision to retire at the end of this year.
We'll also discuss Sheriff Michael Saudino's decision to abandon his request for a mine-resistant military surplus vehicle.
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Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 5 at noon when the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio will feature a conversation with Bergen County Republican County Chairman Bob Yudin and Democratic County Chairman Lou Stellato.
This broadcast - a tradition since we began doing the program four years ago - has always been among the most popular as Stellato and Yudin their take on the election results from the night before.
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Join us for the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 10 a.m. when we'll talk about all things transition.
We'll also talk about efforts to create residential downtown districts in several Bergen County towns and the trend of retail stores getting the jump on holiday sales by opening on Thanksgiving Day.
Bergen County government is currently undergoing a transition as Democratic Freeholder and County Executive-elect James Tedesco prepares to take the reins from outgoing Republican incumbent Kathleen Donovan.
Our guests will be two people who previously have had the experience of leading a county transition team.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle led the transition team after Democrat Dennis McNerney was elected county executive in November 2002.
Acting County Administrator Jerrold Binney led the transition effort in November 1994 when Republican William "Pat" Schuber became Bergen's second county executive.
Binney also is working with Tedesco's team to work out the details of the current transition.
Our guests also will include Record business reporter Joan Verdon, who will talk about towns like Hackensack and Ridgewood trying to grow residential downtowns.
She will also discuss the trend of retail stores in Paramus scheduling Thanksgiving shopping hours
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On Monday December 8th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as the discuss fish in the fossil record. Ken McKeighen has collected fish fossils at several locations in New Mexico and has collected paleoniscids, sharks and acanthodians.What secrets do these fossil records hold ?