In 2018, 24-year runner Mark Carles was given three months to live. His liver cancer was inoperable. David Carles, Mark's baseball brother, steps up to find a gifted doctor that does the impossible. Host and friend to the Carles brothers gets to ask the questions.
Lånce Svendsen sits down with host Evan Wood to discuss the origins of the Run Anyway NYC 2012 Marathon and its aftermath. Lånce's memoir "Run Anyway" took six years to write coming out nearly 9 years after Hurricane Sandy forced Mayor Mike Bloomberg to cancel the world's biggest Marathon!
Ayodele Maakheru opens this episode of runner-performers. Includes Rob Valentin, masters Dave Obelkevich and Jonathan Kline.
Lauren Antonucci founder of Nutrition Energy chats her debut book "High-Performance Nutrition for Masters Athletes". Nicole Sin Quee gets to ask the questions.
Yasia Sorbo migrated to the United States at age fourteen with her parents. Host Mark Vogt guides the discussion of discovering a new life eventually settling in Staten Island, NY.
Carlos Cabrera conversa esta noche con Dianne Morales, candidata demócrata por la alcaldía de la Ciudad de Nueva York.
Imagining the Unfinished Business of America's Social Democracy - The Political Activism of Jonathan Soto and AOC
With the stress of a global pandemic, lack of federal and local funding to school districts and the children of poor and working class families falling behind on their remote learning, a remarkable new and empowering plan called Homework Helper has been developed by Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio...
Bob Denker and Mark Vogt from the Staten Island running community are the guests. Josh Pesin gets to ask the questions on their running careers and their collective work as background actors. Dedicated to the memories of Staten Islanders Bobby Guidera and Arnold Obey, RIP.
Stacy Creamer gets to ask the questions of Coach Jonathan Cane on his co-authoring the 2nd edition of the best-seller 'Triathlon Anatomy'.