A monthly, one-hour, live call-in program focusing on social, economic and political topics pertaining to Newark.
On this month's edition of Newark Today we are joined by Tonya R. Bryan Executive Director of Newark Emergency Services For Families, Julienne Cherry with the Community Foodbank of New Jersey, and Dr. Janice Johnson-Dias President of the Grassroots Community Foundation, to talk about feeding and housing the homeless and food insecure populations this holiday season.
David Rozenholc is the tenant lawyer who took on Donald Trump in one of the most famous cases in New York City real estate history. Rozenholc prevented Trump's wrecking ball from demolishing a building and evicting the tenants from their apartments at 100 Central Park South now called Trump Parc East. Crain's Business called Rozenholc a lawyer that powerful landlords and developers dread facing in court.
Dan Silna and his brother Ozzie made mega millions in a deal they made as their Spirits of St. Louis ABA franchise was left out of the NBA merger in 1976. The philanthropist talks about his ownership days, the deal and his passions including an upcoming panel discussion called "Lessons From the Munich Olympics" moderated by his former play-by-play man Bob Costas.