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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.
 
Brooklyn, USA is a bi-weekly podcast that blends short documentary, hyperlocal journalism, personal narratives, sound art and audiovisual experimentation to reflect the diversity and beauty of our borough. We deliver New York stories told by the people who live them, and cover issues that impact our community in its own voice. #BKUSA
 
Elvis Duran Show's Skeery Jones & David Brody have been friends and part of radio's nationally syndicated Elvis Duran & the Morning Show for more than 20 years. They grew up in the same Brooklyn neighborhood but didn't know each other at the time. Now these two idiots have plenty to say about WTF pops into their heads. You don't have to be from Brooklyn to enjoy their stupidity. #BBWTF #BrodyAndSkeery #SkeeryAndBrody #ListenInOrder #Slices TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM @SkeeryJones @DavidBrody PODCA ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
The most successful people in the world are regular people just like you and I. B.F.E Podcast tries to uncover and unmask what makes them so different, so successful. Is it their mindset, mental and physical health, is it their daily routines and practices? How can you uncover the secrets to high performers and use them to impact your lives to greatness? We discuss these topics and much more with our guests and host Earle A. Conway. Our podcast study greatness, probing the philosophies and p ...
 
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 ...
 
Dr Brooklyn Storme PhD is an authority on integrating mind, spirit and business processes to help private practice owners and health practitioners owners transform their business into the reality they always wanted. Business Success From the Inside Out™ is her approach to supporting business owners with everyday challenges. Working with Brooklyn clients have increased turnover, cut back their direct clinical work, taken more time off and introduced systems and processes into their practice t ...
 
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
 
BCLF Always LIT is a brand new podcast by the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival. The Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival is the first literary festival dedicated to Caribbean literature in New York City. In ‘Always LIT’ you’ll hear vibrant conversations about Caribbean storytelling and Caribbean writing from iconic and emergent Caribbean writers, poets and creatives. In addition, you can enjoy recordings of live BCLF events.
 
Island Idylls riffs on books and life with Barry Menikoff. Author of Stone Mother, Brooklyn born and bred, retired Hawaii university professor, international scholar. Evangelical pastor Aaron Menikoff, author of Politics and Piety, spices this dialogue between father and son. Both chasing that elusive line in an old song, What's it all about, Alfie?
 
We Got Nets is now your Broooklyn Nets podcast on the Locked on Nets Podcast. It is a podcast all about the Brooklyn Nets. Your hosts, Doug Norrie and Adam Armbrecht, break down all things Nets including player news, game previews, recaps, hijinks and much more. #Brooklyn Nets #Nets Overtime Media; Your Sport. Your Team. On your time. Overtime is a Sports Podcast Network covering Pro and College Sports leagues and teams with entertaining and insightful podcasts.
 
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Nick‌ ‌Fay‌ and Jac Manuell recap the Brooklyn Nets’ win over the Orlando Magic. Nets handle Magic, 122-115 - James Harden debuts with a Triple-Double - What did Harden bring to the team? - Harden’s passing and defense - Kevin Durant drops an easy 42 - The KD and Harden chemistry - Clutch Bruce Brown - How Kyrie Irving will fit in? - Joe Harris is …
 
The Brooklyn Nets have traded for James Harden and the guys are here to break it all down. Najee and Hunter go over the full trade details and give grades for the four teams involved before diving into whether or not this trade is comparable to the Nets' 2013 disaster. Brooklyn might be headed to the promised land, but none of it would've been poss…
 
The Locked on Nets guys sit with the James Harden trade, looking a bit deeper at what it means for the team going forward. They talk about the changes on offense, rotations, and what could have been some of the reasoning in the quick push to make the deal happen. They also discuss what it means in light of the Kyrie Irving situation as well as what…
 
This week’s episode focuses on our economy and HOW midsize and SMALL businesses are affected... Independent ventures add to nearby economies by carrying development and advancement to the local area in which the business is set up. Private companies additionally help invigorate financial development by giving work occasions to individuals who may n…
 
#158: When it rains it pours... Skeery thinks Bad Luck Brody is jinxed after all 3 of Brody's cars got smashed and he screwed up a cash contest the both of them were involved in, Skeery thinks you should buy quality and splurge on products if it's for your job after Brody buys cheap headphone wire to fix old headphones; Scambonis; Listener Email Le…
 
James Harden - somehow after weeks of speculation - is now a Brooklyn Net. The Glue Guys dive into all aspects of the deal: how James Harden fits with KD and Kyrie Irving, how influential was Kyrie's hiatus in Sean Marks' decision making to make the Harden trade, whether LeVert or Allen is the bigger loss, how do the Nets make up for that loss, and…
 
LIVE at 11am ET, New York Giants Preservation Society's Gary Mintz joins us for a check-in on the Giants' side of the research process. We'll discuss his memories of Tommy Lasorda growing up an SF Giants fan, as well as the work he has been doing during the pandemic, administering zoom meetings with members of the society. Join us LIVE at 11am ET!…
 
This week, we gear up for the long winter by taking a look at loneliness. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW • LISTENER SURVEY:htt…
 
An investigation in The Guardian this week revealed that Zello, a walkie-talkie app used by 150 million people worldwide, had been used by insurrectionists who stormed the capitol on January 6th. For years, Zello had been used for recruitment and organizing by far-right militia groups, including some based in the tri-state-area. Now, the company sa…
 
In this episode You'll learn that your evolution as a woman in private practice is ongoing. Sometimes it can feel like you're doing the work and not seeing results, sometimes you want to see immediate results and forget to be patient. So what do you DO while you are BEING patient? I'll tell you. Access the Resources https://resources.brooklynstorme…
 
New Jersey has administered more than 310,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. But a very small percentage has gone to the African American and Latino populations. Only 4 percent have been administered to Black people and 5 percent to Latinos, according to data from the state. That's despite the fact that both groups make up about a third of New Jers…
 
President-elect Joe Biden has released plans for a nearly $2 trillion dollar stimulus package. Some of that money would go to public transit around the country, giving the MTA hope it can stave off service cuts. This year, the MTA just narrowly avoided draconian service and job cuts, when congress passed a last minute relief package. It has enough …
 
Attorney General Tish James is seeking a court-appointed monitor to oversee changes to how the NYPD handles protests. It's part of James's lawsuit against the NYPD, accusing the department of violating protesters' civil rights. If the attorney general is successful in getting a monitor, that would put the NYPD would be under two federal monitorship…
 
There were four members of Congress from New York among the 147 Republicans who objected to certifying the presidential election last week — even after the Capitol came under siege by insurrectionists. All four members continue to defend their vote. WNYC and Gothamist spent the week digging in to find out who some of their biggest financial backers…
 
Americans are still digesting the last week’s attack on our seat of government. The disconnect between the police response at our nation’s Capitol and the violence employed by many police to suppress peaceful protesters, last spring and summer, has emerged as a central focus in the long-standing national discourse about race and policing. The WNYC …
 
Demi’s first TV film, Don’t Waste Your Pretty, has an air-date; national leaders finally want to get serious about gun control in wake of the blood-lust at the Capitol; Andrew Yang bombs at running for NYC Mayor, the twice-impeached Occupant refuses to pay his lawyer fees; Bevy Smith releases her memoir, Bevalations; Anna Wintour defends the contro…
 
Nick‌ ‌Fay‌ and Jac Manuell break down the Sean Marks’ James Harden trade presser. What did Sean Marks have to say about James Harden on his Zoom call? - The move - Pulling the trigger - Sean Marks asked Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant about the trade - Sacrifice from all three stars - Marks’ legacy - Trading Caris LeVert and Jarrett Allen - AND MORE…
 
In his fourth and final State of the State speech this year, Governor Andrew Cuomo outlined a broad infrastructure plan for New York’s future, one that he says will jump start the economy. The $306 billion plan focuses on midtown Manhattan, and would include a new train station called Penn South for NJ Transit commuters and a new Port Authority bus…
 
Many of New Jersey's vaccination sites ran out of appointments hours after Gov. Phil Murphy widened the pool of those eligible to get the coronavirus shot by more than 4 million people. Those 65 years or older or aged 14-to-64 with underlying medical conditions can now receive the vaccine, in a major expansion of the state's vaccination program and…
 
In the six weeks after a federal judge in New York ordered the Trump administration to restore Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and accept first-time applicants along with renewals, more than 31,000 applications were submitted, according to government documents filed with the court. But it’s unlikely any have yet been approved because…
 
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for the second time on Wednesday. Ten Republicans broke party-rank to vote for it, and many swing-district Democrats—hesitant to impeach Trump the first time around—were more willing after the raid on the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday. New Jersey Democratic Congressman Tom Malinowski …
 
There hasn’t been overnight subway service for 9 months now, and it may not return before the end of the year. That’s because the MTA says it has to clean train cars to combat COVID-19. But the cleaning doesn’t stop the main way the virus is spread through the air and the shutdown has real-life costs, especially now that 24-hour vaccine centers are…
 
***NEW EPISODE*** In this FUN SIZE episode Patrick and Ream talk all about Fast Food! This episode suggested by NFer Edward S.!If you wanna suggest an episode topic, join the Patreon and leave a comment! Follow Ream on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Reamkore Follow Patrick on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatrickHastie No sponsor this week! Join the P…
 
Nick‌ ‌Fay‌ and Jac Manuell recap the Brooklyn Nets’ win over the New York Knicks. The two also discuss the James Harden trade some more and the latest on Kyrie Irving. Nets beat Knicks, 116-109 - Kevin Durant continues to impress - Bruce Brown earning every minute - DeAndre Jordan comes alive - Landry Shamet finds some juice - More thoughts on the…
 
The Brooklyn Nets pulled off a blockbuster trade on Wednesday acquiring superstar James Harden from the Houston Nets. It is one of the biggest trades, maybe ever, and now sets the Nets on the path with a championship in their sights. Adam Armbrecht and Doug Norrie take to the podcast after the huge news to give reactions, breakdowns, and much more …
 
Nick‌ ‌Fay‌ and Jac Manuell react to the James Harden trade! Will this work? Who was traded? How many picks? James Harden joins the Brooklyn Nets - Reaction to the news! - Best BIG 3 ever? - Thoughts on the trade details - How many picks did the Nets give up? - How will James Harden fit? - Kevin Durant and James Harden - How much will coaching matt…
 
Sal Vulcano, star of the hit show Impractical Jokers, reveals never before heard stories of leisure suits in Staten Island, Jazz clubs in Manhattan, celebrity friendships, and bonds with Tracey over germophobia in this episode of Only in New York. Guest @SalVulcano Hosts Tracey Carnazzo @trixietuzzini Andrea Allan @andreacomedy69 Chemda @chemdakatg…
 
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) is alleging that the Trump Administration is protecting dozens of border control officers involved in secret, racist Facebook groups. Maloney, chair of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, said Customs and Border Protection provided incomplete and overly redacted documents in response to a subpoena for docu…
 
New Jersey will open up COVID-19 vaccinations to residents 65 years and older and anyone between the ages of 16-64 with medical conditions, in a major step toward the state's goal of vaccinating three-quarters of the population by June. The list of what qualifies as a chronic health condition includes people with cancer, heart disease, diabetes, si…
 
In January, the fields at the Queens County Farm Museum are nothing but stubble and dirt. Even the bees are resting, huddling together keep warm. But inside the barn, work continues. The land has been worked continuously since 1697. Admission to the farm is free. (You can buy eggs from the farm's chickens and honey from its bees.) Nice Sweater!(Amy…
 
Hey Knuckleheads, First episode of the New Year! We talk the Capitol Building storming, how our Holidays went and tipping food services. We had some audio issues with recording over hangouts please bare with us. ApplePodcast (dont forget to rate,review and subscribe) Spotify! ANY WHERE YOU LISTEN TO PODCASTS! Reach out to us if you need an ad or re…
 
The Department of Education announced there will be one more 'Gifted & Talented' test given to four-year-olds, and one more cohort accepted that way. Students already in the program can continue through elementary school. But officials said they'll be exploring new ways of offering enrichment to start next year. The G&T classes, which are dispropor…
 
The Nets pulled off an awesome win over the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night. After falling down big in the first half they were able to storm back in the third to take over on the back of Kevin Durant and Joe Harris lighting the world on fire. It was an awesome game that got the Nets back on the right track in a time of some turmoil. The guys break…
 
Nick‌ ‌Fay‌ and Jac Manuell recap the Brooklyn Nets’ win over the Denver Nuggets Nets catch fire in the 2nd half, 122-116 - MVP level KD - Bruce Brown’s impact - LeVert finding his groove - Prince and TLC - The Kyrie Irving situation - AND MORE Submit your Blue Wire Hustle application here: http://bwhustle.com/join Promo Code: BLUEWIRE…
 
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