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Adria's grandfather, Sam Tannenbaum, was a song-plugger for Irving Berlin who changed his German surname to Tennor to sound more American. Her grandmother taught her all these songs as she grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. She studied acting and directing at New York University's Tisch School for the Arts. Her first role was as a 12-year-old boy talking about in Tompkins Square Park with an amnesiac in Hal Hartley's movie, Amateur (1994). With a few more film roles under her belt, Tennor moved to Los Angeles to work in television. There, she also performs her one-woman shows regularly around town, There's Not a Lot of Coat Check Work in LA, Electro Magnetic Stripper, and most recently Strip Search, inspired by her studies in pole dancing with Sheila Kelley at The S Factor Studio. She lives with her restaurateur husband, Claudio Blotta.
Adria's acting credits include You Don't Mess With the Zohan, The Artist and AMC' s Mad Men.
Michael is co-founder and CEO of ConnectCubed, a company dedicated to making the next generation of candidate-friendly assessments using games. Michael received his MA in China Studies from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to co-founding ConnectCubed, Michael worked as a software development project lead for an ROI analytics tool at the World Bank. Before the World Bank, he was CTO of a financial literacy non-profit working with thousands of at-risk students in Baltimore City public schools.
NFL free agency began a week ago and the New York Jets have made a few acquisitions while missing out on other desired players. With the team still having salary cap space some feel general manager John Idzik should be more aggressive in the pursuit of players while others see a patient long-term strategy as the way to go.
Hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch want to hear from JetNation on whether Idzik is taking a path to success or being too cautious which will leave the team with issues entering the season.
Phone lines will be open all show long (646) 716-4697, so call and join in on the discussion.
FurtherEd's Micah Bochart interviews Hadi Partovie, the co-founder of Code.org, an organization that strives to make computer science and programming part of the core curriculum in education, and Vanessa Hurst, the founder of Code Montage, which allows individuals to learn code while engaging in projects that have a quantifiable impact on the real world. He's joined by special guest-host Joe Tannenbaum, a self-taught coder and devout believer in making programming literacy universally available. Together, they'll address the question of why everyone should have the opportunity to learn how to code.
Join your host Julian Carter in “The Green Zone” with special guest host Dennis Agapito (@Jetnation) as they discuss the firing of New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum and his possible replacement. Head coach Rex Ryan’s future will also be debated, as a new GM could lead to a new coach, and what other offseason moves the Jets might be planning.
Join host Julian Carter and guest co-host Denis Agapito of www.Jetnation.com as they look at the current Jets locker room turmoil over anonymous quotes made about quarterback Tim Tebow. They will also discuss the future of the Jets front office including general manager Mike Tannenbaum as well as that of head coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. Special guest @KristineReese lead Jets writer for www.AerysSports.com, Jets variety show co-host Flight5Live and columnist for www.NJ.com will offer her insight to the current Jets situation.
Today's show marks the continuation of our ongoing CONTINUING LEGAL SERIES WITH TANNENBAUM HELPERN.
Since 1978, Tannenbaum Helpern has provided legal services in all areas of business law, including financial services; private funds and capital markets; real estate, environmental and construction law; general corporate and SEC matters; litigation; franchise, distribution and e-commerce; antitrust; intellectual property; employment (including ERISA, executive compensation and employee benefits); estate planning; and tax; as well as trusts and estates and the representation of individuals and charitable organizations.
My guest will be Ralph Siciliano. As head of the firm's Governmental and Regulatory Investigations Practice, Ralph represents investment advisors, private funds, broker-dealers and their associated persons, and officers and directors of publicly held companies in connection with investigations and enforcement proceedings brought by federal and state authorities and self-regulatory organizations, including the SEC, CFTC, FINRA, offices of the United States Attorney and State Attorneys General.
The information discussing in this program is for educational value only and does not represent legal advice, which should come from a legal advisor with knowledge of specific facts and circumstances. While the information provided in the program is not intended to constitute legal or tax advice, U.S. Treasury Regulations require us to inform you that, to the extent that any of the information provided in the program is deemed to constitute U.S. tax advice, it cannot be used by you (i) to avoid tax penalties or (ii) to promote, market or recommend to another party any transaction or matter addressed therein. Also, this program may constitute attorney advertising.
Your host Julian Cater invites you into “The Green-Zone” as he breaks down all things Jets along with guest co-host Dennis Agapito (@Jetnation). Call in and give your opinion on the team being eliminated from playoff contention, their quarterback situation and the future of the organization as a whole. They’ll be plenty to discuss as we look towards next season.
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