A monthly, one-hour, live call-in program focusing on social, economic and political topics pertaining to Newark.
The First 100 Days - We check in with Newark Mayor Ras Baraka about how the new job's going four months in. Plus, a conversation about the New Jersey Senate Race between Cory Booker and Republican challenger Jeff Bell with Politicker NJ's Mark Bonamo and The Star Ledger's Matt Friedman.
Biddle Duke is the publisher of the award winning, Stowe Reporter, a weekly newspaper in Stowe, Vermont, an international ski destination, and the Waterbury Record in Waterbury, Vermont, home of Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Duke discloses the problems his
paper encountered when it dared to cover AIG when a subsidiary of the firm bought a ski resort in Stowe.
The scion of the American family that created Duke University, he is the son of the late Angier Biddle Duke, chief of protocol for John F. Kennedy, and U.S. Ambassador to several countries. His mother, Robin Chandler Duke, is the former U.S. Ambassador to Norway, and former president of the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, and a reporter for the now defunct New York Journal
Roman Oben played offensive line for 12 years in the NFL, four seasons with the Giants. He won a Super Bowl with Tampa Bay. Oben isnow a Giants broadcaster and runs many organizations aimed at helping kids and teens. The former Louisville star is also a jazz fan.