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Gang's All Here is the premier New York Jets football podcast as only the New York Post sports section can create. Our Jets beat writer Brian Costello brings you unparalleled access, reporting and scoops directly from the field and the locker room, along with co-host and media personality Jake Brown. Costello and Brown will be joined by players and other special guests each and every episode. The podcast comes at you twice a week.
 
Big Apple Buckets is the best New York Knicks podcast. It's hosted by former Knicks forward Jerome Williams aka "The Junk Yard Dog" and Knicks fan, radio personality Sal Licata. This basketball podcast breaks down the latest surrounding the Knicks and takes you inside the locker room with longtime NY Post Knicks beat writer Marc Berman and our team of basketball writers. Sal and Jerome are also joined by current and former players, along with other special guests. New episodes of this NBA po ...
 
“Pinstripe Pod” is the best New York Yankees podcast. It's hosted by former Yankees pitcher and four-time World Series champion Jeff Nelson and YES Network host Chris Shearn. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with Yankees beat writer George King, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. Pinstripe Pod will also feature special Yankees guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. This MLB podcast is rele ...
 
"Amazin’ But True” is the best New York Mets podcast. It's hosted by former Mets pitcher and Emmy-Award winning TV analyst Nelson Figueroa and rabid Mets fan, columnist and media personality Jake Brown. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with beat writer Mike Puma, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. "Amazin' But True" will also feature special Mets guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. New ...
 
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Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Dr. Brown open the show with a Yankees fan therapy session. Chris and Jeff vent frustrations with the Yankees getting swept by the Rays, the 5-10 start, the sluggish lineup, Jay Bruce’s surprising retirement and what Aaron Boone could do to change things up. Three-time World Series champion Yankees outfielder Shane Spe…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets taking two of three games in Colorado. They get into Marcus Stroman’s great start, James McCann’s importance, Jacob deGrom’s dominance and Jake’s experience at Yankee Stadium Saturday. Legendary actress and Mets fan Glenn Close then joins the show. Close discusses her Mets fandom, …
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks’ three-game winning streak. They discuss Julius Randle’s monster game against the Lakers, RJ Barrett developing into a great player, Jake being at Friday’s game and the MSG experience. NBA champion and new Hofstra men’s basketball head coach Speedy Claxton then joins …
 
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show diving into Joe Douglas’ approach in free agency and how the Jets did. They break down the Corey Davis and Carl Lawson signings, the other 10 players the Jets added, what the roster looks like now, what positions they still need to address and what ends up happening at QB. Former Jets offensive lineman an…
 
Rain, rain, go away! The Mets were postponed again on Thursday but Ted Berg and Tim Britton break down New York’s three straight wins vs. the Phillies. They discuss a dominant outing for David Peterson, signs of growth from the rotation and a spark in the offense. They also weigh in on pitch framing, Tim’s wiffle ball career and much more. Learn mo…
 
Sean Saint Jacques is back with a new show this week breaking down the Knicks and NBA! This week he looks back at the four-game winning streak for the Knicks. What stood out, the late game heroics from Alec Burks, Julius Randle and much more! Plus an NBA Stock Up, Stock Down that could finally feature the Knicks? Thanks as always for listening and …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the sixth game of the season being postponed Thursday. They dive into the sweep of the Phillies, the strong starting pitching, the bullpen, Brandon Nimmo and the top of the Mets order, Luis Rojas and all the food not open at Citi Field. Actor, comedian and Mets fan Hank Azaria then joins th…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show getting into the 5-7 start for the Yankees. They get into the starting pitching concerns, the lineup struggling, defensive issues and the matchup with the Rays. Former Yankees All-Star pitcher and 2009 World Series champion CC Sabathia then joins the show. Sabathia discusses the magical 2009 season, his po…
 
Ted Berg and Tim Britton begin the show by discussing the Mets’ inconsistent schedule and Marcus Stroman’s frustrations in the rainout on Sunday. Tim then explains why he’s not too concerned with Michael Conforto’s struggles over the first five games. The wrap things up by talking about the bullpen and whether or not Joey Lucchesi could become a mu…
 
Allison B. Wolf's Just Immigration in the Americas: A Feminist Account (Rowman and Littlefield, 2020) proposes a pioneering, interdisciplinary, feminist approach to immigration justice, which defines immigration justice as being about identifying and resisting global oppression in immigration structures, policies, practices, and norms. In contrast …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Jake catching Jazz Chisholm Jr.’s home run off Jacob deGrom Saturday. They get into why he kept the ball, the heckling he got and debate whether or not to keep a home run ball hit by the opponent. They also discuss fans booing players so early in the season, the fumbling of Sunday’s game an…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees losing two of three games to the Rays. They discuss the team’s struggles, Tampa owning the Yanks, Rougned Odor’s start and Jake catching a home run ball Saturday at the Mets game and not throwing it back. YES Network Yankees broadcaster Ken Singleton then joins the sho…
 
Welcome to Fairyland: Queer Miami before 1940 (University of North Carolina Press, 2017)highlights how transnational forces—including (im)migration, trade, and tourism—to and from the Caribbean shaped Miami’s queer past. The book has received six awards and honors, including the Charles S. Sydnor Award from the Southern Historical Association for t…
 
Ted Berg and Tim Britton weigh in on Michael Conforto’s hit by pitch and the Mets’ controversial win. They also discuss their concerns with Jeurys Familia in the bullpen and the team’s struggles with runners in scoring position. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices저자 The Athletic
 
The American Revolution has traditionally been presented as one of the thirteen colonies standing up to a tyrannical empire. Not only does this gloss over the involvement of the thousands of American colonists who remained loyal to the British crown, but it also leaves out the response of the colonies who were also affected by British policies yet …
 
Sean Saint Jacques is back with a new episode this week breaking down the Knicks and the NBA! This week, he looks into a crossroads that New York has reached in their season. Can they be contenders in the east? Or will they be happy with just making the playoffs? Plus, he looks into the 2021 NBA Draft for the first time. What will the Knicks do wit…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets comeback win in the home opener Thursday. They discuss Michael Conforto leaning in on the walk-off hit by pitch, the Jeff McNeil game-tying home run, Taijuan Walker’s performance and the bullpen concerns. Jake talks about the atmosphere being back at Citi Field and brings his dad B…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the latest Aaron Judge injury. They also discuss Gleyber Torres’ defensive struggles and what Rougned Odor brings to the Yankees. Then Shearn’s rant is on pitching and the positives this week. Nellie then answers questions about his career in the latest “Q&J” segment. See acast.co…
 
We are excited to announce The Athletic's new podcast series - Shattered: Hope, Heartbreak and the New York Knicks. Hosted by hip-hop legend Chuck D, the series dives deep on the past 20 years of the Knicks. Shattered reveals never-heard-before stories about the Knicks, team owner James Dolan and the NBA, with interviews from dozens of voices inclu…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Knicks' loss to the Nets Monday night. They talk about the Knicks' recent struggles, what has gone wrong, the upcoming schedule and their playoff hopes. In “Sal’s Story,” he looks back to being there the night John Starks returned to the Garden as a Warrior and what happened…
 
Ted Berg and Tim Britton examine what went wrong for the Mets on Opening Day against the Phillies. They discuss the absence of Dom Smith in the lineup as well as Luis Rojas’ decision to pull Jacob deGrom. They also talk about the bullpen woes and a slow night for the offense. They wrap by answering a listener question regarding the luxury tax. Lear…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Opening Day happening Monday after the first series was postponed. They discuss the first three games against the Phillies, the home opener Thursday, the Francisco Lindor contract extension and which other Mets could get extended this year. 1969 Mets World Series champion outfielder Ron Swo…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show talking about the Yankees losing two out of three to the Blue Jays. They get into the fans booing Giancarlo Stanton on Opening Day, him not being in the lineup Sunday, the bats not doing much and the pitching before looking ahead to the Orioles series. Two-time World Series champion Yankees out…
 
Ted Berg and Tim Britton break down Francisco Lindor’s long-term contract as well as the latest news regarding the Mets’ Opening Day. Plus, could a Michael Conforto extension be next? They discuss other potential deals for Steve Cohen and answer a listener question about the coolest Mets of the last 20 years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
Sean Saint Jacques is back with a new show this week breaking down the Knicks and the NBA! This week the Knicks pick up two solid wins followed up by two tough losses as New York tries to learn the art of closing out games. Kevin Durant's latest Twitter drama and another edition of NBA Stock Up, Stock Down! Thanks as always for listening and stay s…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show diving into the Knicks’ decision not to add to the roster at the trade deadline. They discuss whether they need to add a big man on the buyout market, the loss to the Heat, the schedule ahead and where the Knicks might finish in the standings. Knicks legend Allan Houston then joins the show. …
 
How close are the Mets to signing Francisco Lindor to a long-term contract? Ted Berg and Tim Britton discuss the shortstop’s dinner with Steve Cohen and the likelihood a deal gets done by Opening Day. Plus, where will the Mets land in the NL East? How many wins will the club have in 2021? They give their final predictions before the start of the se…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Opening Day this week and Francisco Lindor ordering chicken parm at his extension dinner meeting. The guys then do an in-depth preview of the 2021 Mets from the lineup to the rotation to the bullpen, before making their predictions for the season. 1986 World Series champion Mets infielder W…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show doing a deep dive on the roster. They discuss the importance of Jay Bruce with Luke Voit injured. They then make their predictions for the Yankees this season. Former All-Star Yankees outfielder and 2009 World Series champion Nick Swisher then joins the show. Swisher gives his thoughts on this year’s Yanke…
 
Sean Saint Jacques is back with a new podcast this week breaking down the Knicks and the NBA! This week is all about the trade deadline. Biggest moves, blockbuster trades and which playoff contenders went for it. Plus the Knicks trade deadline and where New York stands moving forward this season. Thanks as always for listening and stay safe! Learn …
 
Picking up where most historians conclude, Chelsea Stieber explores the critical internal challenge to Haiti’s post-independence sovereignty: a civil war between monarchy and republic. What transpired was a war of swords and of pens, waged in newspapers and periodicals, in literature, broadsheets, and fliers. In Haiti's Paper War: Post-Independence…
 
Ted Berg and Tim Britton continue last week’s over/unders but focus on the offense this episode. How many home runs will Pete Alonso hit in 2021? Can Jeff McNeil average over .315? How many position players will pitch this season? They debate those topics and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Sal Licata, Jerome Williams and Jake Brown open the show talking about the call against Julius Randle Sunday in the heartbreaking loss to the Sixers. They discuss Randle’s frustrations with officials, big games ahead, potential moves at the trade deadline, Austin Rivers’ future and fans being at MSG. JYD then goes “Inside the Dog House” as he tells…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the return of fans to Citi Field, where Opening Day prices are at and what it means for the players to have fans in the stadium. They then discuss the potential Francisco Lindor and Michael Conforto contract extensions, Carlos Carrasco’s injury and how the Mets will replace him in the rotat…
 
Chris Shearn, Jeff Nelson and Jake Brown open the show discussing Nellie on Instagram more before getting into the return of fans to Yankee Stadium. They discuss the impact of fans being back, Jay Bruce being an important player on the roster, the final roster spots and rotation spot. In the “Q&J” segment, Nellie responds to questions about the tow…
 
Edited by Drs. Erica Ball, Tatiana Seijas, and Terri L. Snyder, As if She Were Free (Cambridge University Press, 2020) is a collective biography of African and African-descended women across the Americas. This collection of twenty-four beautifully crafted chapters, spans across centuries and geographies, giving us a varied and textured reading of w…
 
Sean Saint Jacques is back with a new show this week breaking down the Knicks and the NBA! This week the Knicks get hosed in Brooklyn, lose the lead late in Philly all after getting revenge on Oklahoma City. Immanuel Quickley added his name to the Knicks injured list. What it means for the backcourt moving forward and could it impact the Knicks tra…
 
With March Madness right around the corner, Ted Berg and Tim Britton decide to get into some Mets’ over/unders for the 2021 season. How many Mets’ pitchers will qualify for the ERA title? Can Jacob deGram strike out more than 300? Number of taco days hosted by Taijuan Walker? They discuss all that and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
After the Dance, the Drums Are Heavy: Carnival, Politics, and Musical Engagement in Haiti (Oxford University Press, 2020) is a study of carnival, politics, and the musical engagement of ordinary citizens and celebrity musicians in contemporary Haiti. Drawing on more than a decade and a half of ethnographic research, Rebecca Dirksen presents an in-d…
 
Sal Licata and Jerome Williams open the show discussing the Knicks’ loss to the Nets and the travel called on Julius Randle in the final seconds. They talk about the comeback needing a shooter and the schedule ahead. Former Knicks forward John Wallace then joins the pod. Wallace discusses the non-call against Randle, his play this season, the Knick…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Luis Guillorme’s 22-pitch plate appearance for a walk Sunday. They discuss his role, the Mets having a lot of likable players and the strong chemistry. They also talk about David Peterson, the fifth starter spot and if he will get it over Jordan Yamomoto and Joey Lucchesi. They wrap up gett…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show talking about Nellie calling Sunday’s game on WFAN. He gives his version of a home run call if he was the play-by-play man and not the color analyst. The guys then discuss whether Deivi Garcia can get the fifth spot in the rotation, what Domingo German’s role might be, Gary Sanchez’s outlook, the catching …
 
Jake Brown and Brian Costello open the show getting into the quarterback situation, whether the Jets should trade for Deshaun Watson and what it might take to get him. Do the Jets draft a QB or do they keep Sam Darnold for another year? What could the Jets get in a trade for Darnold? They then dive into the cap situation for the Jets, Joe Douglas’ …
 
Dr. Juan José Ponce Vázquez's new book, Islanders and Empire: Smuggling and Political Defiance in Hispaniola, 1580-1690 (Cambridge UP, 2020) tracks the importance of smuggling to the society, economy, and politics of the island of Hispaniola in this “long seventeenth century.” Smuggling, in his words, made people's lives on the island, an island th…
 
Sean Saint Jacques is back with a new episode this week breaking down the Knicks and the NBA. This week on the show, Sean breaks down the All-Star Sunday Night events including Obi Toppin getting robbed in the Slam Dunk contest. Plus the Knicks second half outlook, players of the first half, trade deadline rumors and much more! Thanks as always for…
 
In Chocolate Surrealism: Music, Movement, Memory, and History in the Circum-Caribbean (University Press of Mississippi, 2016), Dr. Njoroge M. Njoroge highlights connections among the production, performance, and reception of popular music at critical historical junctures in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Njoroge illuminates musics of …
 
Ted Berg and Tim Britton begin this week by discussing Taijuan Walker’s debut as well as José Martínez’s torn meniscus and what it means for the bench. Then they dive into Francisco Lindor extension talks and the potential timeline for a long-term deal. They wrap by assessing the stability of the Mets bullpen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
Sal Licata and Jerome Williams open the show talking about Obi Toppin in the Slam Dunk Contest and how he should have been the winner. They also get into Julius Randle's All-Star Weekend, the Knicks' second half of the season and whether they should add another piece in a trade. Former Knicks swingman Quentin Richardson then joins the show. Richard…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about potential Mets contract extensions for Francisco Lindor and Michael Conforto and what it may take to get them done. They also discuss Marcus Stroman’s outing, if the Mets missed out by not signing Jackie Bradley Jr., the defense, and how no DH affects the team. It’s then time for the Nelson…
 
Chris Shearn and Jeff Nelson open the show talking about Aaron Boone's quick return to the dugout after having to get a pacemaker last week. They also get into how the Yankees pitching staff has looked in spring training, Jameson Taillon's nice outing and the importance of health and staying on the field for the Yankees outfield. In the debut of th…
 
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