• 00:40

    Myq Kaplan

    in Comedy

    Mark and Joe welcome Mike Kaplan into the Lab for another hilarious episode of Tuesdays with Stories!

  • 00:51

    Myq Kaplan, Jeffrey Joseph, Liz Miele, Leah Bonnema

    in Comedy

    Chris talks to his friends Myq Kaplan, Jeffrey Joseph, Liz Miele, and Leah Bonnema about the most interesting news stories of The Week.

    Follow @chrislaker @myqkaplan @atjeffreyjoseph @lizmiele @LeahBonnema and @standupnylabs. Use promo code WEEK at www.StandUpNY.com for 2-for-1 tickets to Stand Up NY. Visit www.StandUpNYLabs.com to listen to all our other great podcasts.

  • 01:14

    “Cuddle Party” with Myq Kaplan, Adrienne Iapalucci, and Becky Astphan.

    in Comedy

    We talk cuddle parties- it’s a real thing! We also talk open relationships vs/ monogamy (Myq is in one and he has a very interesting take on it). If you’ve ever wanted to know about open relationships or hear an intellectual take on it, listen to this episode.
    Also, Sam tells his craziest and scariest sexual experience, a wild story of irresponsible kinkiness! You don’t want to miss this one.

    Twitter: @sammorril @myqkaplan @aiapalucci @rastphan

  • 00:31

    Charting Your Soul's Purpose, Connie Kaplan & Sandie Sedgbeer

    in Self Help

    Who am I? Why am I here? And what is my purpose?  For centuries, humans have looked to astrology and numerology to provide them with answers to these perennial questions. Now, the Invisible Garment provides the missing link between understanding the persona, gifts and potential of our present self, and uncovering the hidden gifts, knowledge, mastery, and true purpose of our Soul.

    In The Invisible Garment, Connie Kaplan outlines 30 spiritual principles that the fabric of human life and make up the body of our spiritual wardrobe—our spiritual DNA. Knowing which principles influence your life opens a door to the mystery of your being and ‘explains everything,’’ including how to chart your soul’s purpose for your lifetime.

    Connie Kaplan started her adult life in television production.  By 1985, she was married to a wonderful man, had a beautiful family, lived in a great neighborhood, and had built an enviable career.

    In 1986 she was struck with a mysterious virus which rendered her almost helpless for two years.  During this time, unable to work and incapable of handling normal life, she experienced a profound spiritual transformation which altered her inner experience and her outer expression of life. 

    She has shared the resulting spiritual insights in four books: The Invisible Garment, A Colorful Life, Dreams are Letters from the Soul, and A Woman’s Book of Dreams.  www.turtledreamers.com

    Sandie Sedgbeer combines her love of broadcasting with her pioneering work as a life alchemist and consultant advising authors, teachers, speakers, and individuals how to apply the science of resonance for personal and business success.

    brought to you by VividLife.me

  • 00:29

    Inspirational Talk with Toneal

    in Self Help

    Join me today as I interview Award-Winning Author of The Crisis Before Midlife, Mario D. King.

    About the Author:

    Mario D. King is the owner and operator of MDK Entertainment. His passion for communication and diverse cultures has introduced Mario to a new mission to uplift minds through word and film. His three year goal—to spark an educational revolution through action and literacy.

    Mario spends a great amount of time with the imaginings of romantic relationship development and took inspiration from the 1997 film Love Jones and its unorthodox romance to write his hip hop novella, The Crisis Before Midlife was a hit with fans which debut in 2013.

    He received “Shakespeare Trophy of Excellence” and “Poet of the Year” in 2002. He also won the Black Writers And Book Clubs “Author of the Year” award in 2013.

    Mario received his bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where he deeply studied global culture and communication, psychology and sociology. He received his MBA from Kaplan University and will continue to stir up change and motivate those whom he comes in contact with.

    About the Book:

    Malcolm Turner is a single father with the weight of the world on his shoulders. As he approaches the age of 30, he finds himself having an identity crisis, as well as lacking in self-confidence and begins to feel the pressure of becoming the man he is meant to be. In the midst of being a single father—Malcolm finds himself trying to juggle relationships, friendships, and family all while trying to find some spiritual peace in the journey called: The Crisis before Midlife.

    For more on Mario and his book, visit: http://www.mariodking.com/

  • 00:40


    in Education


    Ellen Mulligan--Math Family Engagement expert and former K-12 Math Supervisior is our guest.

    www.kaplanco.com   @kaplanco

    www. mathshapesgofigure.com   @mulliganellen

  • 00:30

    Mara Kaplan on Creating Places for Play for People of All Abilities

    in Education

    We'll explore what it means to plan, design and implement accessible and inclusive playspaces for children with and without disabilities, as well as how different types of organizations -- from manufacturers and retail stores to parks districts and community groups -- can ensure that all children have the best play opportunities possible. Our guest is nationally recognized play and playspaces expert Mara Kaplan, founder of Let Kids Play!


    Accessible Playgrounds

    Playworld Systems: Playground 101

  • 00:27

    Ericka Sluka: Lipstick Chronicles Magazine

    in Business

    On Today's Episode, you will meet…Ericka Sluka, the editor in chief of Lipstick Chronicles Magazine.

    Ericka Sluka grew up in a small town in Texas with approximately 2600 people by the name of Hallettsville, Texas. She currently lives in central Texas (near San Antonio). Ericka works full time at a well-known credit union in the state of Texas in the Quality Assurance Department and also has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Kaplan University.

    In 2010 Ericka started a non-profit organization to help young girls with healing spirituality and following their dreams. Currently Ericka is the editor in chief of Lipstick Chronicles Magazine and has been chosen as one of the faces for 2016 Beauty Is You Non-Profit Organization. On her free time she loves to spend time with family and friends as well as travel with her son on their quest to visit all 50 states and travel overseas.

    Today we will be discussing her magazine: Lipstick Chronicles

    For Info:




    Lipstick Chronicles EMagazine

  • 01:59

    The Lounge

    in Sports

    This new show brought to you by Gary 'The Doctor' Lockard will bring into the topics in the world of Movies, TV, Music, with a focus more on the super-hero genrebut nothing will be left out. Two hours of oppurtunity  to engage your inner nerd it brought to you every Thursday . For our very girst guest we have renowned voice actor and all around good guy, Neil Kaplan. Join us tonight and relax with The Lounge.

  • 00:32

    Life Lessons from Veterans book interview with Michael Kaplan

    in Lifestyle

    Our Life Lessons from Veterans book interviews continue with Michael Kaplan. Mike supports Wounded Warriors and will provide his insights on life lessons. 

  • 00:43

    NAEYC : CHILD LEARNING BY PLAY NAEYC's Associate Executive Director Peter Pizzo

    in Education


    NAEYC's Associate Executive Director Peter Pizzolongo bring us Dr Walter Drew, Olga Jarrett and Tychawn Johnson, all experts in the field

    www.naeyc.org @naeyc


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    www.kaplanco.com @kaplanco


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