Marshall Miles covers news and events in the Tri-State Region on The Breakfast Club on Robin Hood Radio
Rural Intelligence is the brainchild of journalists Marilyn Bethany, who lives full-time in Columbia County, NY, and Dan Shaw, who lives full-time in Litchfield County, CT. They have both worked as editors and reporters at The New York Times and… Read More ›
WHAT MAKES a particular native plant a good choice for the home garden? And where can we look for clues into which natives will do best in our particular location and conditions? Dan Jaffe is propagator and stock bed grower at… Read More ›
Leonard Lopate At Large-Ed Schoenfeld, the owner-operator of Decoy (Zagat’s top-rated Chinese restaurant in New York) and Red Farm.
In today’s show, Leonard talks to Ed Schoenfeld, the owner-operator of Decoy (Zagat’s top-rated Chinese restaurant in New York) and Red Farm. A pioneer in the 1970s movement to bring authentic regional Chinese dishes to the US, Ed began his… Read More ›
Today on the Media Beat… Suddenly, an entirely fresh platform for my media surveys. I explore a disturbing exposé of modern-day experimentation on live humans, at PBS/WNET television’s brand-new ethics-centered ‘CHAPTER & VERSE’ website. www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/2018/07/16/ethical-concerns-raised-illicit-human-experiments/34881/ The Media Beat was… Read More ›
La Voz en Breve – July 20 – Nilsa Rodriguez-Jaca, Filmmaker and Professor at the Culinary Institute of America and Former Toastmasters President
In this week, in La Voz en Breve, journalists Mariel Fiori and Antonio Flores-Lobos talk with Nilsa Rodríguez-Jaca filmmaker, who is a professor at the Culinary Institute of America and the former president of Toastmasters, Kingston/Rhinebeck.