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.
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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.
We talk with Lou DeMartino of Pour & Pedal about his wine tour business as well as Philadelphia sports fans, amusement parks and the perils of time travel.
Special guests Chris Borden and Jeremy Perlman of Borden Perlman join us to talk about our crazy hobbies and the iNSAnitY that is the Thursday crossword puzzle.
If tuition were free what would you go back and study? We’re joined by Angela Harrington of Berkeley College to discuss just that, along with ghost hunting, LinkedIn and naps.
We’re joined by the Big Shot himself, Mike Luzio, to talk about, among other things, the Kate Conroy Facility for People Who Want to Get Ripped, a haven for those who want to get through their workouts without Resolutioners getting in their way.
Krishna Powell, of HR 4 Your Small Biz, drops in to talk about millennials in the workforce, helicopter parents and Twinkies.
Kate and Vinnie chat with NJBIA’s very own President and CEO Michele Siekerka about pet photos, boardwalk games, dance competitions, and the coolest button on the Internet (excluding the one to subscribe to this show, of course).
SharpLink Staffing’s Shari Hulitt tells us some of the funniest things she’s seen on resumes, but also gives some pro tips to stand out from the crowd.