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This week, the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio Show broadcasts from The Chatwal hotel in New York, a landmark building that was once the famous Lambs Club (and is now housing Geoffrey Zakarian’s Lambs Club restaurant). It’s got a wealth of history on 44th street on the west side of Manhattan and is right in the center of the Theater District. Joining Peter will be historian Elizabeth Bradley, who tells the great story of the lovers and the murder of Stanford White, and the very first “trial of the century.” Kevin Fitzpatrick, author of Dorothy Parker’s New York and Under the Table: A Dorothy Parker Cocktail Guide, reveals how many speakeasies were once on 44th street (whatever number you guess, you’ll be way too low), and talks about special secrets of the neighborhood.
Ashish Verma stops by to talk about how the hotel owners worked to maintain the landmark status of the building as well as maintaining its architectural style, and Nicole Morris and Audrey Romanola, Spa Directors at the Red Door in The Chatwal, speak about the wellness experience and the urban sanctuary the spa provides.
Additionally, The New York Times‘ Seth Kugel will discuss the $100/day trip challenge, and Chatwal Chefs Arthur Barrette and Eric Haugen reveal the secrets of sourcing amazing New Brunswick salmon. There’s all of this and more as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from The Chatwal in New York.
The New York Jets in a Must win situation - did'nt. They're no longer in the AFC Wildcard Picture. The Texans have Some quality Defensive Players and one special wide reciever named DeAndre Hopkins.
The Jets lost more than a game, more than a playoff spot. They lost their star Defensive back Darrelle Revis to a concussion and Center Nick Mangold to a right hand injury that required stitches.
Each week the New York Jets have had a new and different problem costing them the game; excepting their Special Teams which have been a problem from the start of the season. This Team needs Offensive line help. A pass Rush and a sense of urgency.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and his injured companions had player execution problems again this week; Kenbrel Thompkins was inactive in favor of Devin Smith, who again could not deliver. Does Todd Bowles have what it takes to win situational Fooball and are he and Chan Gailey on the same page?
Let's talk Dolphin's. Yes, they're 6 -4 but that does'nt mean this Jets Team will beat them this Sunday.
Join Hosts Herb LaLane (@ThaKingofQueens) and James Boyd (@OneJetDrive) as we break it down and talk about our position in the AFC East and conference.
Tonight starts a sports Spectacular! called the World Series. Who's in it Kansas City Royal vs the New York Mets here we go Y'all home runs,rbi and great pitching... There another subject thats important for baseball fans..Can you guess ? It's "Great Food" Here on Flavor Living Radio we have two guest from both teams explaining there regional food trends...That all I can say for now tune-in and listen while your at home or at the World Series. Our website http://www.flavorlivingradio.com
The New York Jets (6 - 5), beat the Miami Dolphins before facing The New York Giants and OBJ. Looking like the team that appeared in the first four games of the season, they did just that. The #AFC Wildcard picture remains in focus for the time being.
The Jets have set a new Franchise Record for Defense , only allowing the Dolphins a total of 12 rushing yards as the Jets Sweep the Series.
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick Threw for 4 Touchdowns, no interceptions. The Jets came together as a Team in this win.
Devin Smith is out of the Dog house with two great plays, one for his first #NFL Touchdown.
Jeremy Kerely, while again not used as a Wide Reciever , put up respectable return game numbers.The secondary, minus Revis allowed far too many passing yards.
It was Ring of Honor week with SBIII Great as Matt Snell and Emerson Boozer inducted. Boozer was surrounded on the field by former members of the Sack Exchange as Matt Snell honored his vow not to attend.
Join us, by calling in or listen to the shows archived episodes anytime, as James Boyd (@OneJetDrive) and Herb LaLanne (@thakingofqueens) continue on our path of trying to discern just what this team is this season and where it will end up by seasons end.
After a long grueling 162 games schedule, the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets will battle for the World Series title. The 2015 World Series marks the 111 meeting between the American League and National League. The AL leads the overall series 63-47.
The Royals are making their second consecutive trip to the series. Last year as the wildcard, the Royals lost in seven games to the San Francisco Giants. After six losing seasons, the New York Mets quietly shocked the baseball world by dominating the NL East. The Mets won the division by seven games over the Washington Nationals who were predicted my many to not only win the Division but win the world series. A preseason article http://espn.go.com/mlb/preview15/story/_/id/12588378/expert-team-predictions-2015-mlb-season polled 88 baseball experts before the season. 37 of the experts (42%) predicted the Washington Nationals would win the World Series.
Both teams have strength in pitching but in a different realm. The Mets could have the edge when it comes to starting pitching but the Royals have the edge in the bullpen. In either case, the traditionalists will tell you that pitching wins. The World Series can not end in a tie, so which team will win the pitching battle?
The Royals lead all postseason teams with a .271 team batting average scoring 63 postseason runs. Surprisingly, with all the attention given to Daniel Murphy and his home streak, the Mets are only batting .235. Both teams have speed and are aggressive on the bases. The Mets have swapped nine bases while the Royals have stolen seven bases. Which team will come through in the clutch?
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Shlomo lives and breathes for music and works hard to bring interesting, diverse and exceptional talent to City Winery's stage. A member of the core team that founded City Winery in 2008, Shlomo is a well-recognized figure in and around the venue. When he isn't perfecting his Shlo-Mullet hair, rambling in Hebrew or blasting his latest music discovery in the office, he is busy making concerts happen - often 5 days or more per week! Shlomo also books external productions and benefit concerts with Michael Dorf Presents, including the famed NYC venues Carnegie Hall, Central Park SummerStage, The Apollo and much more. When he is not in music mode, he plays for the Israeli Baseball team as the starting pitcher.City Winery is the brainchild of Michael Dorf, founder of the iconic Knitting Factory, one of New York’s longest running music venues, wanted to create a space in Manhattan where he could combine his shared passions for wine and music. How was the idea conceived? After making his first barrel of wine in California with his brother Josh and wine maker David Tate, formerly of Ridge Winery and now at Barnett Vineyards, Michael caught the bug: "For a long time I'd been enjoying wine as a fan-drinking it, taking classes, attending wine dinners-but it was not until I actually started participating in the process of working with the grape, turning it into wine, putting it into a bottle, and watching it develop over time, that I really started to understand wine. And when I would give my friends a bottle of wine with my name on it, most would respond by saying: 'I wanna do that too!' It was this experience that led Michael to conceptualize and start working on the City Winery business plan in 2006.
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Another edition of our weekly weather discussion, where meteorologists from our team discuss the weather in the New York Metro area. We will be discussing tomorrow's rainfall, the turn to cold weather on Sunday, and the weather for Thanksgiving week. Additionally, we will be discussing our general thoughts on the weather pattern to start December.
New York Jets took on division rivals the buffalo bills and their head coach Rex Ryan.
The JETS with four turnovers, refused to win when given the opportunity and now the Bills are back in the AFC wildcard playoff race. Will the JETS beat the Texans? Who will start at quarterback?
Our weekly weather discussion, where meteorologists from our team discuss the weather in and around the New York City Area. The weather for tonight, the week ahead, and much more are included in the discussion. Most times, we'll discuss the medium and long range forecast, as well as seasonal forecast information as well. If any major weather events occured, we'll recap them and talk about their impact, too.
This weekly weather discussion, centered around the New York City area, will venture into the weather over the next week. In addition, we'll probably talk about a few sports teams -- and look at the long range weather pattern leading us up to Thanksgiving. Join us for 30 minutes this evening as we break down the forecast in an easy to understand format.