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Our guest will be Agnes Goldberger, Naomi Hochberg, Ari Hochberg and Mayer Jacobovits, partners at Israeli Wine Direct
This broadcast was pre-recorded on Monday the 23rd. at the ditributor's offices. Listen in for a funfilled show, where we discuss Israeli wineries and their wines.
Join Chris in the Jungle as he will talk about the NBA playoff race for both NY teams and his reaction to the National Championship game. He will have guest Ryan Flannery on to also discuss the NBA playoff race. Flannery works for Seton Hall's Pirate radio, WSOU. Both will give their playoff projections. The two will discuss whether or not the Nets are the biggest threat to the Heat in the Eastern conference and can the Knicks make the playoffs? Also, Chris's PSA of the week.
The RidiculousUpside.com Podcast returns right in time for some NBA D-League postseason debate, hot topics, and highlights.
As they look back at what was a competitive first-round in the minor league, hosts Keith Schlosser and Dakota Schmidt will feature an interview with Santa Cruz Warriors' coach Casey Hill.
The first-year head coach will discuss what went right for Santa Cruz in the first round, what lies ahead against the run and gun Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the impact of a couple of Golden State assignees, and more.
In addition to examining playoff competition, Schlosser and Schmidt will also reflect on this past season in the D-League and ponder some potential end of the year award winners.
Helping them do that, as he too shares his thoughts, will be fellow RU writer Matthew Hochberg.
The radio program all about TV. Our guests: Debra Martin Chase, producer of ABC Family's Lovestruck: The Musical, and Nuvo TV programming chief executive Bill Hillary and vice president Lynette Ramirez. and Charlie Ebersol and Justin Hochberg, executive producers of The Moment, debuting next Thursday on USA Network.
Directed by celebrated African-American artists Chris Johnson and Hank Willis Thomas, in collaboration with Bayeté Ross Smith and Kamal Sinclair, Question Bridge: Black Males on view January 20 through July 8, 2012 @ the Oakland Museum of CA, is an innovative video installation features dialogue between 150 black men recruited from eleven American cities and towns. The project includes multiple video screens placed in two arcs in the OM's Gallery of California Art that will play videos of black men responding to questions edited in a way so that it appears as if the men were having a conversation. We are delighted to have Chris Johnson and Bayeté Ross Smith on the air for an extended conversation to talk about Question Bridge. We'd planned to open with an interview with Adoubou Traore, director of African Advocacy Network, an organization that provides legal and other services to immigrants in the Bay Area. Sunday, Mar. 4, 2-5 PM, AAN at its offices, is honoring the life of one of its board members, Yvette Hochberg. Instead we play an excerpted interview with Ericka Huggins speaking about the film:The Blackpower Mixtape. We close with artist and Mills College professor Ajuan Mance, about her latest project, 1001 Black Men Online Sketchbook at 8-Rock.com. Music: James Brown: I Don't Want Nobody to Give Me Nothing & Black Woman.
Join Mende as she talks To tom Healy
Tom Healy received his B.A. at Harvard in Philosophy, before earning his M.F.A. from Columbia University.
Healy has a wide range of professional experience. He opened one of the first art galleries in Chelsea, Manhattan. Healy has also served as president of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Additionally, he served on the White House Council on AIDS for President Bill Clinton. Healy currently teaches at Pratt Institute and sits on the boards of Poets House and Creative Time. He splits his time between New York City, Miami, and Washington DC. His partner is the Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, Fred Hochberg.
Tom Healy’s first book of poetry, What the Right Hand Knows, was published in October 2009. The introduction is by poet Richard Howard and the cover art is a collage by poet John Ashbery. Healy has also been published in many literary journals including the Paris Review, Yale Review, BOMB, Salmagundi, Tin House, Drunken Boat, and others.
Heather Lounsbury, L.Ac. has invited 3 powerful, inspiring women on to her show this week. The topic- women's health, breast cancer, advocacy,and empowerment. Leah Gillis is a writer and journalist. Having worked at NBC Network News in New York City, she is currently writing for TV and several blogs. She is working on her first book, and is a supremo women's issues advocate. Having many of her friends friends dealing with health issues at young ages, she is working to bring awareness.http://leahgillis.com
Alice Crisci - Alice was 31 when diagnosed with breast cancer in February, 2008 (just one day after her good friend Lisa Hochberg was also diagnosed). Alice went through a fertility preservation process prior to her double mastectomy and chemo. Alice founded My Vision within months of her diagnosis, an organization dedicated to addressing the unique fertility issues of women diagnosed with breast cancer in their reproductive years. http://www.myvision.org/share_and_connect/founders_journey.php
Lisa Hochberg - Lisa was 41 when diagnosed with breast cancer in February, 2008 (just one day before her good friend Alice Crisci was diagnosed). Lisa was single at the time and chose to go through a fertility preservation process following her double mastectomy but prior to chemo and radiation. Lisa used a sperm donor and now has 7 frozen embryos. Lisa is the Vice President of My Vision. For a short video on Lisa's fertility story, http://www.myvision.org/share_and_connect/video_stories.php
Call with questions and make sure to tell your friends and loved ones who are dealing with breast cancer or other health issues.