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The Yeshiva of Newark /The Yeshiva at IDT is a Yeshiva and a College. The first half of the day is dedicated to Shiurim and one-on-one Torah study while the second half students study towards a degree in cyber secutity..Located on the 2nd floor of IDT’s worldwide headquarters in Newark, NJ the Yeshiva is sandwiched among floors of corporate hustle and bustle. But one visit will have you know that this international, multi-billion dollars telecommunications and entertainment corporation – one ...
 
Abundant Life Christian Center (ALCC) is the teaching ministry of Pastors Jack and Teresa Miller located in Newark, DE. At ALCC, we have a vision to see you live the Abundant Life that Jesus Christ promised. We are committed to seeing that you are all God has purposed for you. FAITHFUL, FRUITFUL, FULFILLED & FOCUSED! We are a Bible believing, Bible teaching family church committed to seeing marriages whole, singles satisfied and children and teens walking in their God ordained purpose.
 
Hosted by Michael Hill Newark Today is a monthly program focusing on social, economic and political topics. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka is a regular guest. Newark Today is broadcast the third Thursday of every month. Our call-in number is 844-677-9283. You can also contact us on the Newark Today Facebook Page or on Twitter @NewarkToday. The next episodes airs on Thursday, February 18 at 8pm. Add to your calendar now .
 
Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
 
Through a mix of interviews with LGBTQ community members, academics, and students, find out why Newark's LGBTQ history matters and how public history projects can combat queer erasure. This podcast is an offshoot of the Queer Newark Oral History Project, a community-driven endeavor supported by Rutgers University-Newark that collects and preserves the life stories of LGBTQ and gender nonconforming individuals in the city of Newark, New Jersey.
 
Welcome to the More Life Church Podcast! We are a place where people can meet Jesus, engage in life-giving community, and everyone is welcome. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ, discover their gifts and use them for God's glory. More Life Church is located in Newark, Ohio and is led by Pastor Josh Pennington.
 
The “Pod & Market” podcast grew out of several conversations amongst Newarkers, lamenting the decline of traditional forms of media and journalism in Newark (like newspapers) and the lack of a central forum for discussion of issues facing the City of Newark. While not the first or only discussion podcast in Newark, the topics of the podcast can be as general as gentrification and as narrow as the construction of a single building. The only connection between episodes will be their connection ...
 
In The Filmcast, hardcore geeks David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Jeff Cannata debate, pontificate, and delve into the latest films, TV shows, and other entertainment-related items from the past week. Weekly guests include everyday bloggers, webmaster luminaries, film directors, and movie stars from all walks of life. You can reach us at slashfilmcast@gmail.com and find more podcast episodes at http://www.thefilmcast.com
 
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Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark invites you to hear stories of Catholics through spirituality, and the complexities of Catholic funerals and burials. Learn the benefits of pre-planning, Catholic rituals, and burial options including cremation, mausoleum crypts, cemetery plots, natural green options, and more. Join us on “A Catholic Journey” to learn more about preparations for the afterlife and how to make every funeral and burial a fitting celebration of the deceased person ...
 
A tool of encouragement for young people in high school and college who are determining or even re-determining their path to success. The Achievement Playbook is brought to you by The Chad School Foundation, where we offer scholarships, leadership workshops, and link young people with mentors. Visit us at www.thechadschoolfoundation.org and get connected with Chad.
 
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Lots of restaurants offer a 'soup and a sandwich' combo lunch special. But why bother with TWO food items when it can be brought together as one? Now, R&D Foods in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn has done just that. Scott Lynch, who writes about food for Gothamist, joins Weekend Edition host David Furst for a review of the 'Chicken Soup Sandwich.'…
 
With the Jets and Giants out of the picture, the Buffalo Bills are the only hope for a New York team to advance in the NFL playoffs. Besides, those two other teams play in New Jersey. So let's get real: Buffalo is home to the state's only NFL franchise. The Bills will take on the Kansas City Chiefs at 6:30 p.m. Sunday for the right to advance to th…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to author Malinda Lo, whose book Last Night at the Telegraph Club won the National Book Award. In the interview, Malinda explains that she never intended to write books under the young adult label. She also digs into her writing process, which involves many drafts and inspirational mood music. After the interview, …
 
Kathy Hochul cemented her status as the frontrunner in her bid for a full, four-year term as New York governor with a potent one-two punch this week. First came the poll. Siena College found her with a more-than-30-point lead in a Democratic primary amongst her various rivals, and that was before former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio decided ag…
 
On this week’s Spoiler Specials, Slate staffers Allegra Frank and Rebecca Onion spoil The Lost Daughter. Leda Caruso (Olivia Colman) is a college professor on a sunny holiday in Greece. When she meets Nina (Dakota Johnson) and her young daughter on the beach, her observations prompt dark memories of her own early motherhood. Note: As the title indi…
 
Guillermo del Toro talks about his new film Nightmare Alley, the second film adaptation of the 1946 novel of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham. It stars Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett and Toni Collette. Mark reviews that film along with Sir Ken ‘Chuckles’ Branagh’s new film Belfast, which he discussed with Simon on last week’s show, about a …
 
#145 The Best Films of 2021 We’re back once again to discuss the very best films, we believe are, of 2021. This is a two-man show that covers some interesting picks and a few doubles; guess which. Also, we discuss how 2021 fared in the quality and quantity overall in films, especially when taking into account the pandemic. We delve into Missed Oppo…
 
The call comes in at 4 am. Some waterfowl are in trouble out in the lake at Prospect Park, their webbed feet stuck frozen to the ice coating the water. In the predawn darkness, our hero slips out of bed and races to the park, where she carefully slides across the dangerous ice to save the creatures. That rescuer is Marty Woess, Wildlife and Aquatic…
 
The Issur Ben Tzvi Hersh Tshuvos and Poskim Shiur of The Yeshiva@IDT Presented a Parshas Yisro Special Chalav Yisroel and Treif to Boot! highlighting the groundbreaking work in Hilchos Kashrus of R' Manes Blumenfrucht Talmid Vasik of Beth Medrash Govoha-Lakewood And Yeshivas Brisk-Yerushalayim Musmach of Rav Nota Greenblatt,Shlita He highlighted th…
 
Chris and Andy talk about the imminent return of ‘Ozark’ and the news that Netflix’s subscriber growth is slowing (1:00). Then they get into some franchise talk, hitting ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ (16:45), the forthcoming ‘Lord of the Rings’ TV show (32:30), and ‘Moon Knight’ (49:29). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Producer: Kaya McMullen Lea…
 
Former President Donald Trump is the target of at least three separate investigations that are in the news this week. One in Congress, one being conducted by the New York State Attorney General, and one from the Manhattan District Attorney. Reporter Ilya Marritz, who covers Trump legal matters for NPR, spoke with WNYC Consider This host Jennifer Va…
 
Asian New Yorkers are experiencing a surge in political power, but at a legislative agenda breakfast meeting Thursday the epidemic of anti-Asian harassment and violence overshadowed the political gains. Rep. Grace Meng [D-Queens] highlighted Saturday’s fatal attack on Michelle Go, an Asian American woman killed after being pushed onto subway tracks…
 
A piece of New York City transit history has been sold at auction: the iconic Staten Island ferry named for John F. Kennedy. It spent decades shuttling countless people back and forth across New York Harbor before it was retired last year. Acting Senior Port Captain Kenneth Meurer is one of the people who once captained the ferryboat. He spoke abou…
 
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg took the oath of office almost three weeks ago. Bragg campaigned on a platform of criminal justice reform and reducing the number of people sent to prisons and jails. But his early efforts have faced pushback from police unions, politicians and Mayor Adam’s newly-appointed NYPD Commissioner. And Bragg may soo…
 
Most of the $40 million dollars New Jersey set aside to help immigrants and workers excluded from pandemic relief funds will be re-allocated for other state expenses. Officials say they didn't get enough applications before the federal dollars had to be spent. WNYC's Karen Yi spoke with Morning Edition host Michael Hill. For more on the story visit…
 
Gov. Phil Murphy was sworn in for his second term Tuesday, after becoming the first Democratic governor to win reelection in New Jersey in 44 years. In his speech, Murphy promised to lower property taxes, reduce health care costs and make college more affordable. “I’m not going to be satisfied with just slowing property tax growth,” he said. “I wan…
 
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is facing controversy after tapping his brother, Bernard Adams as head of his NYPD security detail. Last week, the mayor made clear he would defer to guidance from a small city agency tasked with holding the conduct of public servants to the highest ethical standards: the New York City Conflicts of Interest Board. WNY…
 
Gov. Kathy Hochul proposed a $216 billion state budget Tuesday that would provide bonus payments to health care workers, bolster funding for schools and clear the way for casinos in New York City. Hochul’s spending plan comes as the state is in a relatively strong financial position, thanks to a large influx of federal aid and stronger-than-expecte…
 
This week, David and Devindra are joined by Caroline Siede to chat about Yellow Jacket, Search Party, and Encanto. For the feature, the Filmcast reviews The Tragedy of Macbeth. Tune in to hear what mixing Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, Joel Coen, and Shakespeare produces. Follow Caroline on Twitter here. Listen to her Role Calling podcast he…
 
The Issur Ben Tzvi Hersh Tshuvos and Poskim Shiur of The Yeshiva@IDT was honored to welcome one of America’s most important Rabbanim who promotes fealty to Shulchan Oruch along with Chukei HaMedinah the renowned Rav,Dayan, Posek Scholar and Lecturer Ha Rav HaGaon Gershon Eliezer Schaffel Dayan Business Halacha Institute Chicago Choshen Mishpat Koll…
 
Chris and Andy give some final thoughts on 'Station Eleven' and what made this season of TV so special for them (1:00). Then they run through a few shows they're enjoying right now, like 'Euphoria' and 'Vigil' (19:20), before Chris is joined by 'Yellowjackets' creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson to talk about the season finale of the show (35:5…
 
The last time subway riders took the B or W trains was the last week of December. The MTA say that's due to persistent staffing shortages related to the pandemic. The agency says it had to make choices about what service to run with the staff it has available. So it suspended those two lines, and cut back several more because it says the affected s…
 
The preventative prescriptions recently promoted by Rabbi Ron Eisenman (Passaic NJ) and Rabbi Moshe Meiselman (Jerusalem) in reaction to recent revelations of profound abuse and examined and analyzed. The list ranges from limitations on interactions with babysitters -- to referring clients to psychotherapists of the other sex – to giving parents op…
 
Did Jesus actually claim to be God, or was that something that his followers added to his story over the centuries? Is his claim to divinity a modern invention that we've layered on top because of our religious hopes, or did Jesus actually think he was God? This week we explore evidence from the earliest followers as well as what Jesus actually sai…
 
An ongoing effort to redesign election ballots in New Jersey as a way of establishing equal competition is facing opposition from powerful political influencers in the state, even in small towns where a number of progressive activists are calling for change. The fight is over the so-called “county line” – a column that appears on the primary ballot…
 
Vanessa Gibson is now etched in history as the first woman elected to serve as Bronx Borough President, and the first Black lawmaker to helm it. The borough presidency is largely ceremonial, long stripped of its statutory power decades ago when the U.S. Supreme Court found New York City’s government unconstitutional. While the job might be an on-th…
 
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