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  • 00:28

    Ep. 62 - BK Historian Ron Schweiger Discusses the Transit System

    in Television

    The Bedford & Sullivan Podcast is Back! and this time, you need a token.


    The Brooklyn CITY Historian Ron Schweiger will join us to discuss the history of the transit system as it pertains to the City of Brooklyn, including the Trolley map that one had to dodge.


    So, join us at 11amET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!

  • 00:32

    Ray Charles' Daughter Sheila Raye Charles Live New Years Eve In New Bedford MA

    in News

    The New Years Eve Concert Hosts, Patti and Jerome Chinn of New Bedford MA, will share how important this Sheila Raye Charles Concert is going to be and how you can participate if you in the area and how you can participate if you live in the US or outside of the country. Sheila will be perforning at Christian Faith Center New Bedford, MA


    www.breaknthechainz.com share about people who come to Break'n the Chainz  are seeking  a new way of life, Gods way of living. Break'n The Chainz is known as a place of safety and a sanctuary for people in trouble. 
         The healing the people experience is through the life giving power of Jesus Christ. The purpose of this ministry is to assist people in becoming free from lifes hurts, hangups and habits.
         Our mission is to break the chains of life controlling issues treating them as spiritual problems and restoring people to freedom and wholeness. 
    Our ultimate goal is to return men, who have been bound and stricken by life controlling circumstances back to their families and communities to live independently and to maintain a healthy lifestyle. You can call 508.922.8351 to get more information


    Tell everyone Get ready for an experience you have never seen before. If you are in the New Bedford area you will want to come to the Church to see Sheila live or see online by purchasing your tickets at www.breakingnewsjournal.net

  • 00:45

    Ep. 60 - Spontaneous BK Podcast w Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant

    in Television

    The Bedford & Sullivan research process continues with the 60th episode of the podcast!


    Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant, a senior staff writier at Rising Apple as well, joins me to chat about Brooklyn as I walk around near the Parade Grounds and the southern tip of Prospect Park.


    So, join us for a late night sesh at 11pm ET, on the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!

  • 00:28

    Ep. 61 - Giants Owner Horace Stoneham's Granddaughter Jaime Rupert

    in Television

    The Bedford & Sullivan podcast is back! And heading up the B from Prospect Park (or whatever the line was called back then [more on that later...]) to 155th St where the Giants played at the Polo Grounds. Today, we welcome the legacy of NY/SF Giants owner Horace Stoneham, his granddaughter Jaime Rupert.


    Jaime and I will discuss growing up with the Giants name attached to her way of life, talking to and sharing unbelievable life moments with some of the greatest ballplayers of all time, and some of the old-time stories that were passed down to her from her grandfather and others.


    So, please, join us at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!

  • 00:44

    Ep. 59 - Pitcher Carl Erskine and Writer Rick Elliott

    in Television

    The Bedford & Sullivan podcast is back after a long haitus to keep the TV series research process going!


    On this week's episode, podcast regular Carl Erskine, formerly of Brooklyn Dodgers pitching fame, will join Clem Labine family friend Rick Elliott, who has written a memoir of his time around Clem. We will discuss Clem, Carl's relationship with the late pitcher and his thoughts on Rick's recollections. Also, with spring training currently in the air, we will discuss what the month was like for Carl back then, and some of the similarities and differences between the eras.


    So, join us at 10am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!

  • 00:50

    The Survival Mom™, Lisa Bedford Interview

    in Prepping

    Lisa Bedford, A.K.A. “The Survival Mom” discusses her book with the same name, which is a great read for people looking for a well rounded introduction to prepping book.  Specifically targeting women readers it actually is a great read for men as well, as it measures out how to become prepared instead of hitting readers with a firehose like many prepper authors do.  Lisa discusses how to get kids into prepping without scaring them and how to get families started down the road of prepping.  This is a great introduction to the prepping movement and is particularly effective in enrolling women into prepping.  Men, if you want to enroll your spouses/girlfriends into the self-reliance lifestyle, play this episode for your significant other and let Lisa charm your significant other with her sensible approach to preparedness.


    Guest:  Lisa Bedford, Author “The Survival Mom”

  • 00:53

    Ep 58 - BK Native Howard Kellman, Voice of AAA Indianapolis

    in Television

    The Bedford & Sullivan podcast returns for its 58th episode!


    Howard Kellman grew up in Sheepshead Bay, on East 23rd Street between Avenue U and Avenue V, a block from the border of Sheepshead Bay and Flatbush. He began doing play-by-play for St. Johns basketball while a junior at Brooklyn College, but he couldn't keep away from his passion, calling baseball games. He started calling the AAA Indianapolis Indians games in 1974, and has been ever since (including some years with Carl Erskine as his broadcast booth partner.) Born 1952, Howard will discuss growing up in Brooklyn, what he remembers of those last Dodger days, his recollection of the early Mets years, and how he got into broadcasting.


    So, join us at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!


     

  • 00:59

    Ep. 57 - Carl Erskine Talks Pitching

    in Television

    After a few attempts this week, the Bedford & Sullivan podcast finally gets the 57th episode off the ground. On this episode, Carl Erskine and I immerse ourselves talk of pitching.


    Carl and I have discussed many a things about Brooklyn and the Dodgers over our many episodes on air. We haven't, however, devoted an entire episode to the art of pitching, which I certainly believe to be a conversation worth having when digging deep into the detail of what this television show could be. What better way than to discuss the artform with an all-time great such as Carl Erskine? We'll dig deep into his philosophy, how he altered it from batter to batter, and what he finds to be the biggest difference from the era he pitched in to the era we currently live in.


    So, join us at 9am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!

  • 00:31

    Steve Dubin on Guerilla Marketing: Talking Business #5 with Ken Kraetzer

    in Marketing

    Friday at 11 AM we will talk Guerilla Marketing with Steve Dubin, president of Plymouth, MA based PR Works.


    Steve Dubin knows the “news” business. Starting his newspaper career by covering the Boston Celtics for the New Bedford Standard Times, Steve and Larry Bird shared rookie years. From there Steve progressed to editing and marketing positions in several publishing companies, including Mariner Newspapers.


    He understands that “news” has to be a win-win. Stories must be useful and interesting to an editor’s primary audience. Free exposure is only available to those who recognize news angles, package news in a digestible form, and take care of all the details of story placement – from arranging interviews to providing appropriate visuals.


    Steve is the founding president of the South Shore Ad Club and founding director of The Leads Network, a business-to-business lead generation group. He is an active member of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce’s communications committee, as well as the Massachusetts Extended Care Federation’s communication committee. He is on the steering committee of the Elderpreneur of the Year Program, which recognizes the innovations of age 55+ people and on the Board of Directors of the University of Massachusetts/Boston School of Nursing Friends.


    He has presented seminars on various marketing topics for the University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth; Metro South Chamber of Commerce; New England Healthcare Assembly; and South Shore Women’s Business Network.


    Reach Steve at PR Works, 18 Main Street, Extension, Suite 409; Brewster Park Building (Café Strega is below); Plymouth, MA  02360


    PHONE: 781-582-1061  EMAIL: sdubin@prworkzone.com  http://www.prworkzone.com/


     

  • 00:36

    Women and Investing: Do it Like Warren Buffet

    in Women

    Women and Investing – today, I’ve invited Sue Brown and Jean Freeman with Brown and Freeman back on the show. We’re going to be chatting about how to “Invest like Warren Buffet”. Join us to hear more.


    ABOUT PLAID FOR WOMEN:


    Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to manage “The Business of Life”. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, get connected, and be heard. 


    LET’S GET SOCIAL!


    Plaid FB: http://www.Facebook.com/PlaidforWomen


    Plaid TW: http://www.twitter.com/plaidforwomen


     


    CONTACT INFO FOR TODAY'S GUEST:


    Brown and Freeman, LLC


    Independent Financial Advisors


    1600 Airport Freeway, Suite 207


    Bedford, TX  76022


    817-545-4001


     website:  www.BrownandFreeman.com


     


    OUTTRO MUSIC BY:


    JACK T. BLUES

  • 01:33

    INDIE REVIEW RADIO / VAL CAREY / INDIE AUTHOR HEALTH

    in Entertainment

    Once featured on the cable television network LifeTime sharing the message of menstrual wellness, Valarie Carey is a retired New York City Police Sergeant turned entrepreneur. She is the founder of TOTM! Time Of The Month!® and author of calendar series by the same name. TOTM! Time Of The Month!® (Val’s Word! Publishing) hands out tips and advice for girls and women of all ages who menstruate. Valarie Carey often called Val, conducts TOTM! menstrual wellness workshops for teens, women, and single dads. She is a published author, most recently co-authored The Art of Activation book with Lucinda Cross. Val is a mentor and community activist in her native Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford Stuyvesant. Having served with several national organizations including NOBLE National Organization Of Black Law Enforcement Executives and publishing a monthly local newsletter named Val’s Word!, Carey believes in community.Carey has mentored the youth at the local PAL (Police Athletic League) through Mentoring USA and currently holds a seat on the executive board of Brooklyn CARES, a local chapter of The National CARES Mentoring Movement(NCMM). Val Carey hosted a 2x weekly show TOTM! Tea Talk for nearly 3 years until October 3, 2013 when her sister Miriam Carey was shot at with her 13 month old baby in the car and tragically killed in Washington, DC by U.S. Secret Service and U.S. Capitol Police. She has since launched the campaign #YouPlus1 Until Justice is Done to have Congress conduct an independent query into the death of her sister Miriam Carey.