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The best of the best comedians and writers in New York get together at the end of every month to share their wild and crazy stories, hosted by David Martin. This month's theme is presents and features Sean Taylor, Robert Weinstein, Christian Capozzoli and Adam Wade.
This Month Brought Memories Of Tragedy And Thoughts Of Good Cheer Indeed!!! Chaz Mannenheim, your Newsman Of Yesteryear, brings to you the meaty substance of today’s most popular news stories including the Toronto Mayor’s hilarious addiction crisis, the unending enigma that is the JFK assassination, and the always entertaining answer to the question, “What Are You Doing For Thanksgiving!!!” Thrill as Chaz Mannenheim brings you all the news you missed and all the news you love!!! MONTH IN REVIEW: NOVEMBER 2013!!!
The best of the best comedians and writers in New York get together at the end of every month to share their wild and crazy stories, hosted by David Martin. This month's failure-themed show features Halle Kiefer, Christian Capozzoli, Ophira Eisenberg and Adam Wade.
It’s The End Of September And Chaz Mannenheim, Your Host Of Hosts, Is Finding The News Wherever He Can!! On The Street, Chaz Is Digging Up Tales Of Man/Robot Relationships; The Newest, Most Exciting News In Condoms; and of course, All The Hullabaloo About Syria!! See Chaz Mannenheim Talking To The Man On The Street! Getting The Opinions And Personalities Other News Is Just Not Having!!! It’s Here, It’s Him, It’s Time!!! CHAZ MANNENHEIM: NEWSMAN OF YESTERYEAR - MONTH IN REVIEW: SEPTEMBER 2013!!!!
Here And Gone Is August! And Here Are Some Hot Topics And Crackling Commentary From CHAZ MANNENHEIM: NEWSMAN OF YESTERYEAR! Watch Chaz Speak To The Street Urchins Of NYC About That Steroid Pumping Yankee, A-Rod!! Gender-Bending Convict Chelsea Manning! The Newest Member Of The Obama Family And More!!! Watch MONTH IN REVIEW: AUGUST 2013 Here And Now!!!
It’s July and Chaz Mannenheim is here to bring you the stories that you already know! Or maybe you don’t! Did you hear about George Zimmerman? What about the Royal Baby? Who is Carlos Danger, you ask? Chaz has the answers! And with the help of the man on the street he brings the top-notch kind of commentary! Hear the news of yesterday today and tomorrow! Watch MONTH IN REVIEW with your host CHAZ MANNENHEIM!!!
Michelle Markowitz, Mike Guild, Christian Cappozoli, and Adam Wade tell their "Most Daring and/or Adventurous Night" stories, with David Martin as your host.
March 2013 has come and gone, but Chaz Mannenheim has not given up! He wants the news and he's going to get it! THRILL at Grand Central, Madison Square Park, and on the NYC Subway System as Chaz gets the skinny on Pope Francis I, Marriage Equality in America, and a BOOMING Stock Market!!! News reporting has never been so entertaining!! So Enjoy CHAZ MANNENHEIM’S MONTH IN REVIEW for MARCH 2013!!!
MSNBC's Ned Resnikoff on unelected Emergency Managers in Michigan, and an ABC report about Steubenville by Elizabeth Vargas engages in blatant victim blaming and rape culture perpetuation.
Diala Shamas, one of the authors of a new report on the effects of NYPD surveillance on Muslims, joins us to discuss her findings and recommendations. Also, a conversation about teaching men not to rape, and getting ready for Radio Dispatch Book Club. theradiodispatch.com theradiodispatch@gmail.com facebook.com/TheRadioDispatch twitter.com/Radio_Dispatch donateyouraccount.com/RadioDispatch 00:00 Welcome to Radio Dispatch 00:28 Get ready for Feminism is for Everybody 23:16 Diala Shama on NYPD surveillance of Muslim communities 36:35 Teaching men not to rape 59:04 “Misery Over Dispute” Waxahatchee / Credits 60:05 Finish AP NYPD spying Mapping Muslims Feminism is for everybody
Celebrating International Women's Day, Rand Paul's 13 hour filibuster, and an NYPD deputy inspector says a rape wasn't a violent act because the person was unconscious.
Hugo Chavez dies in Venezuela, bullying in its larger social context, and hunger strikes hit Guantanamo Bay.
An exchange between a independent journalist and an editor illustrates the state of freelance journalism, prosecutorial overreach from Aaron Swartz to Michael Premo, and a listener asks about tenure for elementary and secondary school teachers.
If you’re wondering what the Top Stories of February 2013 were, well so is Chaz Mannenheim! But he’s on the case, so you don’t have to be! WATCH as Chaz talks to the people of NYC about... Olympian David Pistorius and his hot girlfriend (deceased), The Academy Awards, The Disastrous Carnival Cruise and more!! If you like comedy, intrigue, and man on the street interviews then this is the show for you!!! MONTH IN REVIEW: FEBRUARY 2013 -- ENJOY!!!
Academy Award nominee James Spione on his upcoming documentary Silenced, which examines the war on whistleblowers and the risks they take by bringing government abuse to the public's attention. Also, catching up on several listener mail letters.
The Anti-Banality Union screens Police Mortality, their second mind-bending movie mash-up, more on the members of the House who get lots of defense contractor money, and thoughts on the end of the school bus strike.
Susie Cagle on last Sunday's climate change action, a rape apologist hashtag trends on twitter, and six members of the House who benefitted heavily from defense sector donations.
Jesse Myerson on the recently unveiled No Fare Hikes project, Jacobin magazine details further problems with Teach For America, and state lawmakers seek to both expand and prohibit domestic drone use.
How the Beatles unwittingly paved the way for Monty Python and the stoner flick with their less-than-beloved second film.
Chaz Mannenheim is looking for the Top Stories of January 2013! He takes to the streets to hear what the people have to say about... The Flu! The Oscars! The President! And The News! WATCH and LISTEN and LEARN as Chaz’s whitty and adroit conversation skills bring you through the adventurous news bulletins that comprised the month of January in the Year of our Lord, 2013!
John is back from Guantanamo Bay, and boy does he have some stories to tell. We spend the hour unpacking a very strange week at GTMO.
Maysoon Zayid on ableism, the marginalization of disabled people from pop culture, and the problematic ways we talk about Arabs, Muslims, and Palestine. Plus, John's latest dispatch from Guantanamo Bay, and more listener mail to keep Molly company.
It's Scariest Stories with Adam Newman, Adam Wade, and Anthony Atamanuik, hosted by David Martin.
Matt Stoller joins us to discuss Aaron Swartz's political goals beyond the open information movement, as well as broader over-prosecution in less high profile cases. Also, Molly's back from vacation, it's MLK day, and Obama get inaugurated for a second time.
2012 was the year with the second most state level abortion restrictions, several new instances of extreme state secrecy including targeted killing and Gitmo materials, and listener mail about profiling a female high school horror fiction writer and how to be a better ally.
Civil rights attorney Chase Madar on school safety, the failures of the high impact model, and successful alternative strategies.