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Two guys - both bespectacled, both of varying but equally unremarkable heights and wingspans, both in no way authorities on the game of basketball - have come together to discuss their shared love, a team that has gone from the losing-est team in the NBA to, well, kind of ok, the Brooklyn Nets.
 
John Ruffo engineered one of the most outlandish frauds in American history -- a $350 million swindle. But even after his arrest, no one really knew Ruffo. When the unassuming Brooklyn computer salesman pleaded guilty in 1998 and received a 17-year prison sentence, his story was just beginning. He turned in his ankle monitor, made a final stop at an ATM, drove to JFK Airport and vanished. In Season 2, the ABC News investigative unit joins the U.S. Marshals cold-case fugitive manhunt for Ruff ...
 
Adam Armbrecht and Doug Norrie take you inside the Brooklyn Nets for all the latest with the Locked On Nets Podcast. The two started on the We Got Nets podcast, uniting on the air prior to the Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving signings. Adam calls Nets play-by-play on Sportscastr and brings a brand of fandom diehards will understand. Doug has spent years in the fantasy sports world with his company DFSR, creating NBA projections and talking about the league as a whole. Tune in every day because ...
 
Underworld exposes the secret world of transnational criminal networks that have flourished since there were banks to bust, drugs to smuggle, and scams to run. Journalists Danny Gold and Sean Williams bring their experience reporting on dangerous people and organizations to take listeners on a global tour of mobsters, warlords and crooks - from Brooklyn to Beijing, from the streets to the boardrooms - and everywhere in between. Underworld is a show about heroes, villains, and the barely visi ...
 
YOUR TV IS LYING TO YOU - Students of Knowledge, Eastern Philosophy, History, Conspiracy, Leadership, Truth, Self Realization -Strategy - Knowledge is liberation. The whole world is in a state of fear and mind control. The only way to overcome Fear is Love. The Family and the Tribe are now under assault. Divide and conquer has the world at war for Oil Natural resources and world domination. We all need to Unite and allow love to unite us all. Your TV and the main stream Media is Lying to you.
 
Chris “Pepper Hicks” Stanley, Bronx Johnny, and Chris from Brooklyn are three best friends living life to the fullest in NYC. They’re gentlemen, scholars; they’re alcoholics. Enjoy the art of conversation as they wax philosophic about news, sports, pop culture, and their occasionally questionable life choices. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show a week before it comes out everywhere ...
 
Epiphany Church is a multi-ethnic church plant in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY. We are a local church learning what it means to follow Jesus in a complex city. We see ourselves in a growing relationship with Jesus and one another, a relationship that ignites us to be agents of change in our city. Similar to the early disciples, we are made up of different ethnicities, socioeconomic make up, young families, singles, professionals, Brooklyn natives, and artists which makes us ...
 
Christopher (@cdhermelin) and Drew (@drewsof) talk about reading, literature, publishing, and trying to make it through their never-dwindling stack of things to read. All with a themed drink in their hands. Recorded at the Damn Library in Brooklyn, NY. For show info, book lists, and drink recipes, visit somanydamnbooks.com
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
Marty Lurie was born in Brooklyn, New York on Feb. 1st, 1946. He saw his first baseball game in Ebbets Field in 1954. Marty began his radio career at KECG 88.1 FM in El Cerrito, California. He hosted the Oakland A’s pregame radio show in 1998 which led into all A’s games during both the regular and postseason through 2009. Marty has broadcasted over 2000 pre- and postgame shows in his career.
 
Dr Brooklyn Storme PhD is an authority on integrating mind, spirit and business processes to help women in private practice transform their business into the reality they always wanted. Unlike other private practice organisations, Private Practice With Soul™ teaches women how to access answers from within and reduce their reliance on external resources and validation. By teaching you how to integrate your masculine and your feminine energies, you will leave each episode feeling more confiden ...
 
The latest messages, interviews, and updates from Forefront Church based in Brooklyn, NY, but accessible from anywhere. Learn more at www.forefrontnyc.com. Forefront Church is a fully inclusive, affirming-of-everyone-community based on the deeds of Christ not the religion and bureaucracy that followed. Our vision is to build a just and generous expression of the Christian faith. We are more interested in good questions than good answers.
 
Drop into the middle of raw and honest conversations about love, sex, family, heartbreak, and how we define ourselves in and out of relationships. Therese Barbato hosts this slumber-party style podcast from her bed in Brooklyn, where guests unpack and explore how their personal history and experiences have shaped their unique sense of love.
 
Black History is American History, yet it often isn't treated that way. Join me in discussions about this misunderstood and ignored history with experts and friends. If you believe that America cannot address its present and move forward without understanding its history and Black people's role in it, you've found the right podcast! New episodes every 15th and 30th! Website: https://wetheblackpeople.captivate.fm/
 
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On a Friday episode, the guys look at the silly narrative floating around some NBA talking heads circles that the Nets would be open to a Kyrie Irving trade. They pour cold water on the idea and talk about why these things crop up at this time of year. It's an in-depth discussion around news cycles, entertainment values, and shifting goalposts for …
 
Brooklyn Nets Mailbag Episode - Closing lineups - Nets vs Bucks - Kyrie Irving vs Nick Wright - Trading Nic Claxton? - TPE talk - Big rotation talk - AND MORE Let Nick (@Nick_Fay_) and Jac (@TheJManJBT) know what you think of the episode on Twitter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
As we get older, our circle of friends become smaller. We tend to out grow people, and/or share similar interest with new people. Oh yeah, let’s not forget about those toxic friends that we had to kick to the curb. BYEEE!!! As we dissect the relationship between Kanye and Drake, we thought about our new circle of friends and the ones we no longer s…
 
Hey family, sometimes it feels as though we're moving through aimless lives, not certain of where it's all heading. Join us this Sunday as Pastor Gus leads us in learning that God has a plan, and that he has chosen you and me to participate in it.We look forward to seeing you at 10 a.m. Sunday at 360 Schermerhorn. Invite a friend! We are following …
 
Mike is joined by The Athletic's Brooklyn Nets reporter Alex Schiffer to first discuss everything surrounding the DeAndre Jordan trade. Then Mike and Alex hand out some awards for the Nets offseason including best single acquisition, the 'Jorts' award, the sneaky under-the-radar deal, and predicting the Nets' next major move. Subscribe on Apple Pod…
 
BROOKLYN BOXING PODCAST - ROUND 44 - KOSMAS LIVANOS -GLOBAL LEGION Pat Healy sits down to talk with Global Legion FC founder Kosmas Livanos. Kosmas, a native of Greece, comes from a family deeply tied in politics who fought for freedom. His fighting spirit carried him into Taekwondo, Kungfu, boxing and more recently Jiu Jitsu. While he was training…
 
For the past decade, Claudia Petrovich has been a technician at Main Street Radiology in Queens and says she loves her job. “The people I work with became like my second family,” she says. “I have a great manager.” But Petrovich is currently looking for other work—specifically somewhere without a COVID-19 vaccine mandate. She is planning to quit by…
 
After being canceled last year due to COVID, the 95th feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy is back. Organizers have enlisted the help of a local social media personality to entice people to visit the food vendors and restaurants that are the festival's trademarks. Mark Brucato goes by Lil 'MO' Mozzarella on social media, where he has a combined 200…
 
The New York/New Jersey region is part of a migratory route known as the Atlantic Flyway. Think of it like a highway in the sky for birds. And with fall migration season now underway, we have a lot of avian activity right now. Purbita Saha is the senior editor at Popular Science and a serious birder. She spoke with WNYC's Morning Edition host Micha…
 
The attack on abortion rights in some parts of the country has been mobilizing activists to defend Roe v. Wade. But while in New York, the right to an abortion is not under attack, many people still face major barriers to getting the services they need. Vanessa Rios is the co-director of the volunteer organization New York Abortion Access Fund. She…
 
Get ready for Part 2 of the crossover podcast between the Locked on Nets and the Locked On Lakers with Doug Norrie talking to Andy and Brian Kamenetzky. In Part 1, the guys talked about DeAndre Jordan coming over from the Nets to the Lakers and what that meant for each team. In this one, they discuss what a Finals matchup would mean for each team a…
 
COVID-19 vaccine requirements in New York are facing serious pushback. Two temporary restraining orders were issued Tuesday against employee requirements due to take effect in the coming weeks. A federal judge upstate blocked Governor Kathy Hochul's administration from instituting a full vaccine mandate for hospital workers and staff at nursing hom…
 
The village of Attica will forever be linked with the prison uprising and subsequent massacre that happened there 50 years ago this month. But the bucolic town 35 miles outside Buffalo, which boasts on its official website its small town values and “wholesome lifestyle,” doesn’t share the negative association that many New Yorkers have with Attica …
 
From 1928-1937, the Soviet Union allied with Black America in an antiracist campaign against America. To tell the story of the Soviet Union and Black America teaming up against racism, I talked with Professor Meredith Roman, author of Opposing Jim Crow: African Americans and the Soviet Indictment of U.S. Racism, 1928-1937. While some Soviets sought…
 
Sahar Ibrahim was home alone with her three youngest children when the unexpectedly ferocious Tropical Storm Ida dumped so much rain that the nearby Elizabeth River came for their first-floor apartment. As the water rose inside, she tried to flee, but her front door wouldn’t budge against the pressure from the flood waters. At the time her husband,…
 
A scrap of paper that Linda found in Ruffo’s coat pocket reveals an early clue pointing investigators to Italy. Does Ruffo’s Italian barber know more? U.S. Marshals head to Rome for answers in the midst of a global pandemic. They try and rekindle the search for the fugitive on the Adriatic coast. Back home, Ruffo's former wife contemplates a reunio…
 
In Part 1 of 2, Doug Norrie talks to Andy and Brian Kamenetzky of the Locked On Lakers podcast about this upcoming season. With the Nets and Lakers the overwhelming odds-on favorites to win the championship this season, it sure does seem like they are on a collision course and might be for the whole season. They talk about DeAndre Jordan moving tea…
 
Local residents in the town of Attica, New York don't mind the stigma of the prison uprising that took place here 50 years ago, but they remain clear-eyed about what really happened. WNYC's Joseph Gedeon traveled upstate to report on the town and its community of individuals who lost friends and family 50 years ago during the Attica Uprising of 197…
 
The uprising at the Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York—which began on Sept. 9, 1971, and ended with 43 deaths four days later—began when incarcerated men took control of the state prison with demands for more humane treatment and better living standards. Of the 28 concessions that Attica prison commissioner Russell Oswald accepted, nu…
 
After the uprising and the bloodshed that ended it, state officials agreed to several of the inmates’ initial 27 requested reforms. Authorities ultimately recognized Muslim prisoners’ right to receive religious texts and eat meals free of pork and gave prisoners more frequent access to showers. But one of the prisoners’ key demands, ending forced l…
 
In this episode You will learn how to raise your wealth consciousness with these two simple-to-use techniques. I know you're going to see results in such a short space of time when you do this and I couldn't be more excited for you! Do let me know what you manifest! Apply for the Coaching Program - October Intake here. Email me with questions here:…
 
Covid banishes us to the Streamyard again! The guys examine the new Matrix trailer, give credit to Jake and Logan Paul, lament their stolen NFTs, and talk more High Society shit on High Society Radio... Air Date 9/9/21 Support Our Sponsors! -Promescent.com -RockAuto.com -YoKratom.com Follow HSR on Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/HSRadios…
 
Jehan Patterson is a young filmmaker determined to repaint the vision of Chicago through film. As a native, he is inspired to destroy the violent image of Chicago by showing the parts that are filled with kind, friendly, artistic, and creative individuals. His film Heart and the City embraces the grit and the love of Chicago street. Jehan shares wi…
 
Fifty years ago this month, nearly 1,300 prisoners seized control of a large part of Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York, holding guards and staff members hostage for several days in an attempt to gain basic civil and human rights. The Attica uprising that began on September 9, 1971, remains one of the most well known prison rebellions…
 
Monday is the first day of class for the largest school system in America. Nearly a million students are typically enrolled in New York City Public schools, and only about a third of them attended school in person last year. This time, they’re all being called back to class in person with very limited options for remote school for medical reasons a…
 
Ulrike Meinhof is dead and the remaining founders of the Red Army Faction, aka the Baader Meinhof Gang, are behind bars in Stuttgart. Is this the end for Germany's most notorious hard-left terrorists? Those who pull the levers of power certainly hope so.But 250 miles north in Cologne, a second generation is gearing up for their most audacious kidna…
 
Best Neighbors Ep 352 "Watched it like the Zapruder film!" Buckle up, Neighbors, 'cos we've got a LOT to discuss. We have our usual bevy of housewives, with RHOP, explosive RHOBH, & a meh RHONY, but thankfully, we were gifted w/ the 2 min RHOSLC trailer--praise be!! We're also loving Hulu's Only Murders in the Bldg. Margo watched the LulaRich doc o…
 
Fumi didn’t stand up for a girl who was being picked on. Mic is the richest person among his comedy peers. JR De Guzman talks us through his journey of self acceptance, misguided asian masculinity, and getting off on self-affirmation YouTube videos. It’s all right here on ASIAN NOT ASIAN. U P C O M I N G E V E N T S ! Asian Not Asian Live 9/15 @ Ca…
 
Pastor Jeffrey Reed continues on the theme of Change. For more information visit: http://internationalbaptistny.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/internationalbaptistny.org Give online: http://internationalbaptistny.org/give Music: All Music Licensed through CCLI - https://us.ccli.com/ CCLI Streaming Plus License # 21120922…
 
A new report finds the project to build a new AirTrain at LaGuardia airport would be the world’s most expensive transit project per rider. The AirTrain from the Mets-Willets Point stop in eastern Queens to LaGuardia is expected to cost $2.1 billion —and will only serve about 6,000 train riders a day, according to the watchdog group Reinvent Albany.…
 
Author Martin Vander Pyle (real name: Marty Lurie) joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty Lurie to talk about his book- "The Santo Plan: A Comprehensive, Three-Step Solution for a Better Baseball Hall of Fame" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media San Francisco
 
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