A couple of standouts from the PPBC. A woman from Cranberry New Jersey is proof true love never dies, the brain of a mid western cowboy goes wild out on the range and a man who believes, ” You should live as long as you want to and want to as long as you live.” for erotic fiction fans.
The Page Publishing book club is produced by Hoboken Internet Radio and airs weekly on 710 WOR. Hoboken authors!!! How about a show of your own?
Memo to Hoboken’s New Mayor from local Business leaders.
Here’s what they need, here’s what they want.
This podcast series begins with the obvious. The Washington Street Project and a sit down with Eugene Flinn.
Flinn is a long time businesses owner in Hoboken and on Washington Street. With Amanda’s, the Elysian Cafe and Schnackenburg’s on his resume, he had plenty to say about the project that’s full of surprises. The 17.5 million dollar project was overwhelmingly approved by city council in 2016. Bump outs and repaving, everyone expected, but no one was counting on the removal of over a dozen trees. Flinn has posted laminated signs on the the trees saying “ This tree is being cut down for curb extensions. Call the Mayor and voice your concern.” But its not all about trees. Listen to what else Flinn has to say.
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First time authors talk about their lives, their motivations and how they managed to get their first book published.
From a dog lover who bit off more than she could chew to the story of a woman who survived being kidnapped for 5 hours, nearly raped and left for dead. Everybody’s got a story but not everybody gets it published
Talk about a Hoboken Business run by a quintessential Hoboken family! Lets talk about Truglio’s!
Everyone loves Truglios Meat Market!
Established in 1952 by Al Truglio, who obtained a VA loan to start the business along with his wife, Mama Lucy, Truglio’s is the last Butcher store left in Hoboken. Today it’s run by Brothers Joe and Steve Truglio. They sat down with Hoboken Internet Radio co-hosts Roger Muller and Hoboken Historian Len Luizzi to reminisce and share stories about this famous Hoboken institution where everyone is still treated like Family.
The show was Recorded at Muller Insurance Company on May 17, 2017 and produced by HIR’s Jay Trelease.
Too dry in Tuscon for Mosquitoes but not in NYC – Online dating sucks- Calling my husband Rocky Balboa is not derogatory, get over it and Garret is enlightened by the black man who wrote a book entitled “A Message to my Black People- Stop being the NIgga in America.”