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Though it is a cliche to say, the year has gone flying by. We've reached the tailend of November, and for Bedford & Sullivan's last podcast of the month, we bring on a regular of the program, Brooklyn Borough Historian Ron Schweiger.
On this episode, Ron and I will dive into where some of the streets of Brooklyn get their names from. Whether it's Heap Street in Williamsburg or the Avenue of Nostrand that runs throughout the borough, Ron will give us some background on how they came to be named.
We will also talk about the great movie palaces that once inhabited Brooklyn, including the Loews Kings Theatre near Ebbets Field on Flatbush, which is currently undergoing a $90 million restoration.
So, join us at 6:30PM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
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I am your Host for the Show
Today I am live from the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
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The title of the Show is: The Dance Historian IS IN: Early Twyla Tharp
David Vaughan introduces and screen films and videos of the choreographers work
www.twylatharp.org is another site for info on the multi-talented Historian
I am delighted to take in the show
We the audience will learn all about the New York based ARtist
James Renwick Manship, Constitutionalist and Historian will be the guest. Mr. Manship's love for our Country has driven him to engage at events Dressed as President George Washington. He truly is a George Washington. He will provide an insight as to lack of intergrity from within our Government and a possible way of returning it to the People.
“Beyond GW” Biography of James Renwick Manship, Sr.
The publisher of The Atlanta Constitution , a Pulitzer Prize
recipient, in A.D. 1963, met 10 year old Jamey Manship
in the Fellowship Hall after services at the Cathedral of
Saint Phillip when the boy asked him about one of his
“articles” in the paper the previous week. McGill told
Manship to “read this Constitution”, meaning our national
Constitution, not his newspaper. Jamey did so, and ever
since has been an advocate, protector and defender of
“this Constitution for the United States of America”
Navy Midshipman Manship was Pre-Law Economics at
Auburn, and served as the Director of Legal Aid and
Ombudsman for the Student Government, where he also
wrote a Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
In November A.D. 2010, the Religion Reporter for
The New York Times writing about the Tea Party Victory in
those elections described the one page “Seed of Truth”
as a “Concordance to the Preamble” with its 40 footnotes
to the Preamble that cite over 100 Bible references.
On New Year’s Day, in the Year of Our Lord Jesus 2011,
Manship was guided by God to learn of the FOURTH
BRANCH of our Goverment, the Citizens Grand Jury.
?Three weeks later, Manship filed his first Petition for Grand
Jury and a corrupt Virginia judge “retired early” the same
Best known as Mike Tyson's longtime co-manager, Steve Lott will be my guest on Tuesday @ 2pm PST. Lott, who has also co-managed 4 other world champions like Morrison & Benitez, will discuss his times with Mike Tyson and what he is up to today as President & COO of Boxing Hall of Fame. Steve Lott is our special guest on The Sports Machine!
Join Host Rich Gehlhausen and Author of The Beef, Harry Lockhart Jr. for an evening fireside chat around the campfire on baseball History. Harry's baseball expertise flows, giving listeners a preview into his next book and what baseball was like for some of the great players in the 50's - 60's.
Marble Award Winner for Best Non-Fiction Book 2014; The Beef
Paperback: 152 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (February 22, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Baseball, History, Baseball Facts
Since Babe Ruth joined the New York Yankees in the 1920s, America has been intrigued with baseball sluggers and teams that stuff the middle of their batting order with power. Even today, sports fans flip to ESPN to see who hit the dingers of the day. Yes, we like to see great catches and outstanding pitching performances, but it’s the home runs we live for. The 1960s was a decade of some of the greatest slugging combinations in baseball history. From Maris and Mantle to McCovey and Mays, the decade’s memories will live forever!
Damien Shields is a Michael Jackson historian, investigative journalist, and author of the popular Michael Jackson news website damienshields.com. He has been providing news and information on Jackson’s career and legacy for eight years, publishing exclusive stories on countless projects – most notably the Thriller 25 album, This Is It tour, and posthumous Michael, Bad 25, and Xscape releases. His newly self-published book, Xscape Origins: The Songs & Stories Michael Jackson Left Behind -- which features exclusive new interviews with many of Jackson's longtime collaborators -- takes readers inside the studio, providing a fly-on-the-wall insight into the King of Pop's creative process while dissecting the anatomy of his craftsmanship.
PWTorch editor Wade Keller hosts Interview Thursday taking live phone calls and your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. His guest this week is George Schire, author of "Minnesota's Golden Age of Wrestling: From Verne Gagne to the Road Warriors." They will talk about Verne Gagne's life as a wrestler and promoter, and the history (and place in history) of the AWA.
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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!
Join Rene' and her cohost Dad on the Borough Jason Patrick as they interview a man who is usually on the other side of the interview, Clinton Kirby. Clinton is a talented man, his writings touch your heart and his music will touch your soul. He wrote the theme song to our show, "Be an Outlaw". The song is about our Liberties being stolen from us and how if we are considered an outlaw merely for demanding our Liberties, then if freedom is illegal "better be an outlaw".
We will discuss events in our nation that affect us all, foreclosure, judicial misconduct and we will also discuss things that can bring remedy to this world gone crazy. Jason Patrick is our Dad who has a nickname of "George Clooney" in the Patriot movement, Rene' calls him "The Denise the Menace" of the Patriot world as no matter what he does he gets in trouble just for his work to defend our Liberties. Jason will bring experience of what it is to be an "Outlaw" defending our Liberties.
Clinton and Rene' met because of the foreclosure fraud going on all around us. Clinton even did a drive by on a property out in Murietta that is being used to launder money using the Mom's identity and likeness, yes it is true, we are being used as conduits for the public servant and judicial misconduct that is stealing our land, homes and lives.
Check out Clintons blog and support his work. He is a good man with a big heart and a talent that rides the Borough!
Liberty Road Media is edited and written by Clinton Kirby, a longtime freelance writer, political commentator, musician, and family man. In his 40+ years, he’s interviewed a wide range of folks for both print and broadcast, from the lowliest local bands to celebrated personalities like Howard Zinn and Les Paul.
Author and historian Elena Maria Vidal launches Tea at Trianon Radio with an in-depth discussion of the truth behind the legend of Queen Marie-Antoinette's romance with the Swedish Count Fersen. The legend has been featured in novels, films and even many biographies. But is there any historical evidence of an affair? Did the Queen really love Fersen? What were her feelings for her husband Louis XVI? Such questions and more will explored in a thirty minute segment based upon scholarship both old and new.
In this rebroadcast of a program from December 2007, Rick Lasky has a sit down with Glenn Corbett, Fire Engineering Technical Editor and fire service historian, to discuss some of the traditions of the fire service. In this installment, they discuss the history of the periodical that would become Fire Engineering and how it chronicled the early fire service in the United States.
American historian Bill Federer talks with Rick about the Marxist Communist agitation in Ferguson, MO, the advance of Islam into Western nations, and a 163-year-old prophetic warning spoken by former U.S. Senator and Secretary of State Daniel Webster.