A monthly, one-hour, live call-in program focusing on social, economic and political topics pertaining to Newark.
The Newark Police and civil liberties at a crossroads. On the next Newark Today, we'll be joined by Udi Ofer, the head of the ACLU of New Jersey, and one council member who's fought hard for reforms at the police department, Councilman Ron Rice. We'll be talking about stop and frisk, a possible federal monitor for the Newark P.D. and the state of civil liberties in Newark. Get ready for a conversation between you and the people making a difference in Newark and beyond. Andrew Meyer is your host for the next Newark Today, Thursday, March 13 at 8pm.
Linda Stasi is a Sunday New York Daily News columnist who specializes in skewering celebrities and politicians. Stasi has won a prestigious Mystery Writers of America Edgar nomination for her first novel, The Sixth Station. She is co host of What A Week, with Mark Simone, on Time Warner's New York 1 cable television station, and is the author of five non fiction books.
93-year old Bob Wolff has been behind the mic for some of the most memorable sporting events of all-time. He has also interviewed legends like Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, Vince Lombardi and many others. He shares his stories with host Doug Doyle.