Rocky sits down with Colgate Freshman Evan Ketchabaw to discuss his junior hockey career. Evan was a three sport athlete during his high school career at Blind Brook, and in his senior year was the captain of the football, hockey and golf teams. Parents if you are thinking about having your kid specialize in one sport at an early age, listen to this podcast as playing multiple sports may give your child a leg up in the college admission process. The freshman was awarded the Good Skate Award last spring, which earned him scholarship money as he headed off to college.
Rocky sits down with former Cornell hockey star Sam Paolini. The product of Rochester won the humanitarian award, given out by the Eastern College Athletic Conference for his work with Cancer Foundations.
The puck stops here as Coach Rocky sits down with Bobby Leiser, owner of Sentinel Goalie Consultants. Bobby was an elite prospect in high school and played Canadian Juniors. If your child has an interest in protecting the net, Bobby Leiser can help take them to the next level.
Kim Interviews NYC psychologist and author Dr. Mark Borg on his latest, just released book, ‘Don’t Be A Dick’: Chang e Yourself, Change Your World. Dr. Borg argues that if we are brutally honest about our own behavior, we’ll see that there is much we can change. Because it turns out that many of us are, in fact, dicks…and true to form, we don’t realize that we are.
Rocky sits down with Swedish born Joel Rosenberg, the Scandinavian star played his college hockey at Manhattanville College in Purchase. These days he donates some of his free time to The Rye Rangers and coaches one of the 16 & Under squads.
Each week former City Councilmen, Peter Jovanovich will interview some of Rye's most fascinating people. For the Inaugural podcast, Author and member of The Board Of Assessment Review Howard Husock was the guest. Rye, if you want to know how to lower your property taxes, this is a must listen!
Brought back by popular demand, Rocky Shepard's All Things Rye Hockey starts off the podcast the same way it did last year. President of The Rye Rangers, Eric Bommer gives an in depth look at the next five months for Rye's number 1 youth sports program .
Ross and beautiful women, Monica and Rachel's apartment, which could only be afforded by rich people, and hours spent at a coffee shop during work hours. Finally, Elle Macpherson is Joey's next roommate!
Kim sits down with founders, Lucy Langley and Laura Delaflor of the Undies Project. The mission is to provide new underwear to men, women and children in need; it is the most basic necessity and the most under donated.
Kim Berns interviews Jane Ross and Alison Brown of the organization Smart Kids With Learning Disabilities .
The second annual Smart Kids Walk takes place September 22nd in Sherwood Island State Park in Westport
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Nick, Gary and Florentina break down their picks on who will capture the last slam of the year. Nick rambles the entire podcast on a variety of topics ranging from tattoo’s to players evading taxes living in Monte Carlo. His co-hosts save him when he picks a player who withdrew because of injury from the tournament 3 days prior. If you want to win some dough, go with Flo, her predictions for Wimbledon were spot on.
Halstead's number one broker in Greenwich and Connecticut sits down to discuss why Greenwich is the premier destination in Fairfield County. Rye residents looking to downsize, should look no further as Rob has listings to fit any budget.
Florentina Hanisch, assistant tennis pro at Westchester Country Club and Gary Killian join the panel to make their predictions on the most prestigious grand slam. event. Tune in to hear who will take home the greatest trophy in all of tennis.
Kim interviews Patrick Pexton, former Washington Post reporter who discusses hot topics on the beltway. Trumps' tariff war with Mexico, abortion bills passing in the South, Mueller Report, and the upcoming Democratic Primary. A must listen for political junkies.
Tennis stars of yesteryear, Gary Killian & Lloyd Emanuel join the preview show to discuss the pretenders, contenders and winners of Tennis's second major. Will Rafa remain the King of Clay or will a never before winner dethrone him? The Women's side is the true wildcard as we pick a first time grand slam champ to take home the winners trophy in Paris.
In the 3rd episode of The Houlihan Lawrence Moment, Real Deal Award winner April Saxe. May Burke and June Hatch lead a guided tour on Rye real estate. The sisters, outline how to stage a home and also lend their recommendations to the perfect island kitchen.
Houlihan Lawrence's platinum award winners, Amy Ensign & Michael McCooey do a deep dive into what makes a great master suite. How to showcase your backyard for potential buyers is a must listen as well.
In the third episode of The Sotheby's Moment, Laura DeVita lends her expertise on a wide range of topics. Sotheby's top broker in all of Westchester County gives a thorough explanation on average vs. premium new construction and the neighborhoods that NYC residents are moving into. A pool is not necessary, join a club.
Noah and Will take a stroll down memory lane to re-visit the films of 1999, which was also a very special year in their friendship. The Matrix, Fight Club, Magnolia, Election, and many more are featured in this retrospective episode.
Will and Noah might be wusses when it comes to horror movies, but they both saw "Us" this week and liked it. They dig into why it works, then conduct a draft of the best sophomore films by great directors. Also, Noah learns an amazing fact: Will auditioned for Wes Anderson's "Rushmore" when they were in high school. WHAT?!"
The Sotheby's Moment continues with its second episode. In this segment, Top 1 % broker Ellen Stern lends her years of experience to answer questions, that all first time buyers want to know. New construction or a complete gut job? Tune in to find out which is the sensible buy
Coach Rocky Interviews Jeremy Lynch, who like many of our guests, hails from Canada. Before becoming a Rye Rangers coach, Jeremy stared in a TV series as a child, called Runaway Bay. Not many Rye Rangers Dad's get to claim that they spent their teenage years filming a series in Martinique.
Holy Child Seniors, Giulia DeVita & Emma O'Shea talk about the rigors of the college admission process. How immense pressure is put on teenagers to be accepted to the best college possible, but is it the right fit for them?
For the Inaugural Sotheby’s Moment Podcast, star broker Fiona Dogan gives out helpful hints for first-time buyers in Rye. Based on years of experience, she goes in-depth to explain the best rooms to remodel that turn a profit come resale time.
Coach Rocky Interviews local hockey legend, Frank Effinger. An NHL Scout for over twenty years with coaching stints at Rye Country Day and Iona College as well. Frank has yet to retire the skates as he still devotes many hours to the Rye Rangers Program
Rocky interviews Rob Brown, Vice President of the Rye Rangers. Rob is a former Bowdoin College star, like many of our guests also hails from Canada. The first ten people to listen to this podcast and email Nick Jovanovich @ firstname.lastname@example.org will receive a ten dollar gift certificate to Arcade Books here in Rye.
Kim Interviews Lesley Findlay, Director of Operations for:
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Sarah Martin, a contributing writer for The Rye Record, sits down with Jane Anderson, co-chair of Friends of Rye City School District. They discuss the $79.99 million RCSD Capital Bond Proposal and its impact on our schools and community.
Kim interviews local musician Tom Nelson of the band Heathcote Hill. Tom and his band mates have played at the Capitol Theater and the Bitter End. Catch all of Kim's podcasts on Itunes & Spotify under The Rye Record Super Feed.
Noah drops his partner and rides solo as he unleashes his list of most promising movies of 2019. Rye's expert critic talks about Brie Larson's upcoming hit and a potential Will Smith comeback blockbuster. Will DeNiro and Pacino recapture their magic from Heat?
Kim interviews Cai Palmer owner of Wine At Five & The Red Pony to take a deep dive into his history in the wine business. Cai gives a thorough talk on the best wines to buy and the hottest trends in spirits.
Robin Jovanovich, Publisher of The Rye Record and her long time friend Shawn Diaz gush about leading men of Hollywood. They break all the rules of this podcast by choosing more pinup boys than was agreed upon. Robin actually thinks Bobby Cannavale was born in 1948( 1970) but who's counting.
Will & Nick Jovanovich draft their list of favorite Hollywood stars. The brothers name Tinseltown's hottest actresses and the movie that earned their spot on this list. Yes Julia Roberts makes the cut!
Hosted by Nick Jovanovich, amateur blowhard and William Danilow Ad agency star who last year was listed in Forbes Magazine 30 under 30. The duo discuss the top all-time ad campaigns, at least in their minds.
Will & Noah go deep on the latest Clint Eastwood Joint, and then hold a draft of the best performances over 80 years old. Noah's note: this draft is being protested and is under investigation by the league.
In this 4th installment of All Things Rye Hockey; Coach Rocky interviews Jennifer MacAskill, assistant women's coach of the Manhattanville College hockey team. Jennifer was born and raised in Nova Scotia, home of NHL great Sidney Crosby.
Coach Rocky interviews Sam Weinman, Director of Media for the Rye Rangers. Sam was once the Journal News beat writer for the New York Rangers and currently serves as the digital editor for Golf Digest.
Sarah Martin, a contributing writer for The Rye Record, sits down with the Director of the Rye Nature Center, Christine Siller & Allison Rogers, the RNC''s Education Director. They discuss the Forest Preschool, a 5-day a week program and their plans for the future.
In preparation for next week's episode on "Vox Lux," Noah and Will discuss a recent movie about a pop star and a 2010 Natalie Portman movie. Noah also gives a brief take on Adam McKay's "Vice," and Will complains about Netflix Christmas movies.
Tess & Saylor continue their theater discussion in this second episode. America, these are high school students who have found their passion. The Great White Way is just a few years away for this duo. Listen to their podcast weekly on Itunes and on ryerecord.com
Tess Greenhaw and Saylor Pemble students at Rye High School in Rye, NY discuss arts an entertainment. Tune in weekly and get an in depth look at high school theater and how their school promotes creativity on the stage. Catch Tess and Saylor on Itunes and the new website ryerecord.com which launches November 27th.
Mitch Silver is a writer for the Rye Record covering boys varsity sports for every school in Rye. The foremost expert on the last level of competition before college, is also an accomplished mystery writer with over 60,000 copies sold. Catch up weekly on all the latest podcasts and Rye sports news on ryerecord.com and Itunes.
Episode 1. Rocky Shepard interviews Eric Bommer the President of the Rye Rangers. Coming out of college Rocky had an extended try out with an NHL team and played minor league hockey followed by many years of competitive amateur hockey . Each week he will have a different guest talking about the largest youth sports program in Rye, NY. Look for his weekly podcasts on Itunes and the new ryerecord.com launching November 27th.