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  • 00:52

    Teaneck Comes Together

    in Entertainment

    We want to thank those community organizations who make a difference FOR ALL PEOPLE! Look for them online at: http://www.TeaneckComesTogether.org

  • 01:26

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1051

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Barry Goldstein from Teaneck, NJ, a returning NAASCA family member who's an expert in Domestic Violence and issues of child abuse. Barry shares. "I was blessed with a happy and safe childhood, but I was the victim of retaliation by the NY Court system which suspended my law license for exposing an abusive judge in my efforts to protect a battered mother and her children." The co-chair of the child custody task force of the National Organization for Men Against Sexism, Barry does workshops and provides judicial and other trainings regarding domestic violence particularly related to custody issues. He's also the author of "Scared to Leave, Afraid to Stay," co-editor of "Domestic Violence Abuse and Child Custody" with Mo Therese Hannah and co-author with Elizabeth Liu of "Representing the Domestic Violence Survivor." His newest book is "The Quincy Solution: Stop Domestic Violence and Save $500 Billion," which would dramatically reduce DV crime and child abuse and save enormous sums of money. Barry will also talk about the Safe Child Act which he believes will be very interesting to our listeners, and about the ACE Study (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Research. It strongly supports prevention of child abuse and other child traumas, and definitively establishes that by the time they reach 18, one-quarter of our children have been sexually abused. Barry can be reached at: Barryg78@aol.com

  • 00:23

    EP 8: Kim Wolfanger Talks About Her Service, Ms. Veteran America, Final Salute

    in Military

    Born in Teaneck, NJ, Kimberly Wolfanger was mostly raised in Sussex County. She, along with her brother, were adopted at the age of 4 by Bruce and Robin Youngling.   She gained two sisters and another brother through the adoption.

    After graduating high school in 2003, Kimberly attended two years of college at Sussex County Community and one semester at Montclair State University before enlisting in the Marine Corps. Her decision to enlist came from a desire to serve. Kimberly also has a family history of military. Her grandfather, George Youngling, received a Bronze star in the Korean War and her father was also a Marine. Kimberly’s brother also joined the Marine family and deployed twice. Kimberly was stationed in Yuma, AZ as an Aviation Supply Specialist for her entire enlistment. During her time in service, Kimberly finished her bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences with a concentration in education.

    Upon her honorable discharge in 2010, Kimberly again went back to school. She received her second Bachelor’s in English and immediately enrolled in Graduate school. She is graduating with her Masters in Teaching English and Students with Disabilities in May 2015.

    Kimberly has a 2-year-old daughter, Emily, with her husband Michael Wolfanger, Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient. They reside in Pequannock, NJ.  In her downtime, Kimberly loves to lift weights, hike, read and sing.

  • 00:51

    Background Checks; Small Biz Sales Integration: More

    in Business

    Philip Becnel, managing principal, Dinolt Becnel & Wells Investigative Group talks about why background checks prove burdesome to employer and prospective employee withoust guidance regulators/financial incentive.

    Art Suriano CEO of the TSi Company in Teaneck, NJ,  talks about training staff to more effectively combine store and online marketinsg.

    Successful small business leaders, experts, accountants, lawyers and other specialists offer advice, guidance, strategies and suggestions to help small business managers increase profits, add sales, better manage cash flow, improve employee management and streamline operations.

    Read the latest free issue of Small Business Digest magazine. Click Here To Download

  • Framing Hope for Our Youth

    in Youth

    Several weeks ago, Jacqueline Wilson was invited to be a guest on the show to share her perspectives on where we are relative to our youth today, examining how we can all help make a difference. As president and ceo of the Wilson Life Skills Institute in Teaneck, NJ, Ms. Wilson is particularly interested in at risk youth and women in transition. 

    She is indeed a woman on a mission. Jacqueline speaks into the lives of individuals across all age groups from mentor, to coach, to bondswoman, operating Lady Bail Bonds, LLC, with a focus on juvenille prisoner re-entry. In light of our country's current climate, Ms. Wilson's appearance on the show couldn't be more timely. 

  • 01:58


    in Music

    Christopher H. "Chris" Jasper (born December 30, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio[1]) is a former member of both the Isley Brothers and Isley-Jasper-Isley and is responsible for writing and producing the majority of the Isley Brothers music (1973–1983) and Isley-Jasper-Isley music (1984–1987). He is also a successful solo musician and record producer, recording over 10 of his own solo albums, including 4 urban contemporary gospel albums, all written, produced and performed, both vocally and instrumentally, by Jasper. Jasper also produces artists for his New York based record label, Gold City Records. Jasper's keyboard and Moog synthesizer work was a primary ingredient of the Isley Brothers sound of the 1970s and 1980s (the "gold and platinum" years) when the Isley Brothers were a self-contained band.Chris Jasper is a classically trained musician and composer. The youngest of 7 siblings, Jasper started studying classical music at the age of 7. After graduating from high school in Cincinnati, he moved to New York to study music composition at the esteemed Juilliard School of Music in New York City. He continued his studies at C.W. Post, Long Island University, New York, where he studied with noted jazz pianist and composer, Billy Taylor and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in music composition. He subsequently earned a Juris Doctorate degree from Concord University School of La Donna Porter w.

    The Jasper and Isley families lived in the same apartment complex in Cincinnati. While still living in Cincinnati, Jasper's older sister, Elaine, married Rudolph Isley and the vocal trio formed by the three older brothers, Rudolph, Ronald and O'Kelly, subsequently relocated to Teaneck, New Jersey. While living temporarily in New Jersey with his sister as a young teenager, Jasper and the two younger Isleys, Marvin and Ernie, formed a band, "The Jazzman Trio" with Jasper on keyboards.

  • 00:30

    Record Talk Radio with Bob McGrath of Sesame Street

    in News

    Bob McGrath, a Teaneck songwriter and actor who appeared on Sesame Street for more than 40 years and who was recently named a Bergen County “Legend” will be our guest on Record Talk Radio at 10 a.m. Friday.

    Record Reporter Lindy Washburn also will be on the broadcast to talk about her recent three-part series on the sweeping changes that have resulted to health care in New Jersey as private-for-profit companies acquire local struggling non-profit hospitals.

    McGrath was one of ten people – ranging from Indian Chief Oratam to the late actor James Gandolfini – who were named by the Bergen County Historical Society as their first group of Bergen County legends. The society plans to honor them during an Oct. 15 fund-raiser in Garfield.

    Washburn’s series “The For-Profit Prescription” looked at the profound changes that have occurred at six former non-profit hospitals in New Jersey that are now run by health care entrepreneurs and investors.

    If you have questions for either of our guests, send your suggestions to me at johnensslin@gmail.com.


    Click here to listen to the live broadcast or hear it later as a podcast.

  • 00:30

    Record Talk Radio with Loretta Weinberg and Aaron Morrison

    in News

    Tune in on Thursday, May 15 at 12:30 p.m. when our guests on Record Talk Radio will be State Sen. Loretta Weinberg, D-Teaneck, and my Record colleague Aaron Morrison.

    We'll talk to Weinberg about a little-noticed 2002 New Jersey law that has become the focus of a national gun control    debate. 

    The law mandated the use of so-called "smart guns" that can detect the user of the weapon once the technolgy became readily available. 

    We'll also talk with her about a letter she plans to send to state treasurers in all 50 states  urging them not to grant a sale tax exemption to the National Football League as a condition of locating the Super Bowl in their state.

    On the second half of the program we'll talk with Morrison about his story in Sunday's Record about the 50th anniversary of Teaneck's decision to desegregate the school district.

    We'll also talk about the aftermath of a recent Teaneck High School "prank" gone awry and the outcome of Tuesday's Teaneck municipal election.

    If you have questions for either of our guests, send your suggestions to me at johnensslin@gmail.com.


  • 01:10

    UJR Presents: The Expo Report!

    in Pets

    Join Danny and Andy once again as we recap the events of the astounding Canadian Reptile Breeders Expo.  Find out what it's like up North and what we can learn from our neighbors and more!  We'll also speak with joe Aversa of the NJ Reptile and Pet Expo going on this Sunday Sept 29th in Teaneck NJ.  We'll hear from Joe what you can expect including our official challenge to Brian Barczyk on riding the mechanical bull! Join us live Friday night at 10pm EST!

  • 02:00

    Raymac's Family Of Friends Show

    in Music

    The Group Harmony Alley 
    Fundraiser Concert
    Quiet Storm The Encounters The Magic Touch Choice Live April 25th, 2013 from Mexicali                                1409 Queen Anne Rd    Teaneck New Jersey 201.833.0011
    Meet the Performers tonight on The Family of Friends as Raymac Talks with members of each group about the Event  Tomorrow,

  • 00:25

    The Jeff Foxx Show Live Broadcast with Fil Straughan

    in Entertainment

    The Jeff Foxx Radio Show Live Broadcast Is designed to showcase up-and-coming Independent artistsLooking for exposure and recognition.Today at 11pmon The Jeff Foxx Radio ShowLive Broadcast atjefffoxxshow.comIs........Fil Straughan from London England, Some are Calling this Man the second coming of Luther VandrossYou won't want to miss the song stylings ofFil Straughan.Check out this Jeff Foxx radio show Live from Phoebe's Place in Teaneck New Jersey. As we feature the up and coming talents of Fil Straughan!!!Today 11pm atjefffoxxshow.com