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Category Archives: Episodes
We talk to Laura Lampron of Nisivoccia about games, wine, Oprah and the many things Nisivoccia can do for your business.
We talk about what we’re binge watching with returning special guest Daniela Velez, who also turns the tables and interviews us about what WE do at NJBIA. Yeah, we probably should have had that discussion 18 episodes ago, but you love us for our idiosyncrasies!
Who made mirrors and black cats the arbiters of bad luck? We talk about superstitions and the modern advancements in pizza with ProCat Distribution’s Joanna Swank.
Given that it’s the middle of February, we were probably supposed to talk about Valentine’s Day, but this, instead, turned into more of a St. Patrick’s Day-centric episode. Go to bed angry about it.
Did mankind peak at the bacon double cheeseburger? Is Buttercup a name befitting a princess? Kate and Vinnie are joined by our very own Daniela Velez to discuss these hard-hitting questions along with the Association’s diversity efforts.
Tom Stockey from NJPAC joins us to talk about Legos, Super Bowl commercials and the mall, after we finish geeking out about the Center itself.
We bring in Lisa Criscuolo from our favorite magazine on Earth, New Jersey Business, to talk about New Year’s Resolutions, cooking shows and creepy, crawly bugs.
We talk with special guest Christine Stearns of Gibbons PC about New Jersey politics, New Jersey drivers and New Jersey snow.
We talk about Hamilton. Well, technically, Kate and Cam Maio from NJM talk about Hamilton while Vinnie is shamed for not having an opinion about a show he hasn’t seen. Because, apparently, that’s ok. Is it though? In 2017, is it still ok to shame people about not having seen Hamilton? I mean, the tickets are, like, $800 and even if you had the money, they still sell out pretty quickly. I say no! Also, NJM didn’t have a marketing department until Cam showed up a hundred years after it was founded? What?