It’s Apple Jacks vs. Oreo O’s as NJ 101.5 morning drive show host Bill Spadea joins us to critique our breakfast choices and defend the merits of white pizza.
It’s Halloween again and Kate and Vinnie are joined by Lynn Donaldson to talk about bats, costumes and why you can’t save Gotham City through economic development.
Kate gives Vinnie and returning special guest Rashaad Bajwa of Domain Computer Services an impossible choice to make between losing all of their photos or all of their money. Plus, how annoying is it when people send their kids into daycare sick?
We chat with Rebecca Perkins about local politics, the importance of sludge, and how not to stalk your favorite celebrity. Also, as a bonus, Vinnie will teach you how to win at Monopoly every time.
We learn all about becoming best-selling Amazon authors and get the inside scoop on a highbrow adult bookstore coming to New Jersey. Also, Kate gets an Enterprise-worth of Star Trek-related homework assignments.
Our very own Frank Robinson joins us to chat about what’s new with our Government Affairs department, and shares some of his best stories from working in NJ politics. Also, we completely revolutionize war reenactments and debate whether or not Blackberries are ready for a comeback.
By overwhelming majority, we agree that dogs are better than cats in our latest episode featuring friend of the show Vicky White.
Raise the roof for our latest episode of Other People’s Business where our very own Kim Cowperthwait joins us to talk music and our annual Women Business Leader’s Forum. And, as a special treat for our listeners, those looking to attend the event might even find details for an exclusive discount during the show.
We nerd out like we’ve never nerded out before (which is saying something) over our favorite books and superhero movies with Michael Diamond of the Asbury Park Press. Should you see Avengers: Infinity War if you haven’t seen any of the movies that came before it? Superman Returns vs. Man of Steel? Which X-Men movie is skippable? Is the plural of email emails (no, obviously not – Kate)? And just who owns Tillie the Clown? Listen and learn.
Well, we didn’t think we’d make it, but here we are, because today is the one-year anniversary of our first episode! As a thank you to all our listeners who keep the show going, we thought we’d share a fun bonus feature, our original soundcheck. And, no worries, next week’s episode will still air as scheduled.