On this episode of ZUCKER, host Andrew Zucker is joined by Friends from College co-creator Francesca Delbanco ’95. Delbanco talks about everything from Pinocchio's Pizza to the show’s development process.
Jerry and Conor are back and joined by special guest Nick, as they break down some of the most exciting stories from the past few weeks. They begin by looking at the fallout and implications out the Kirk Cousins trade, and discuss potential landing spots. They cover some nail biting playoffs games, and some that weren't as thrilling. Finally, they look to the main event this weekend, and explore what it would have to take for the Eagles to pull out an upset against the dominant Patriots.
Producer Allison Pao had the opportunity to attend a unique program of the complete Ives Violin Sonatas performed by violinist Stefan Jackiw and pianist Jeremy Denk. The recital was presented by the Celebrity Series of Boston on January 26th, 2018.
On this episode of ZUCKER, host Andrew Zucker welcomes Karen Karbiener of the Walt Whitman Initiative. Karbiener is a professor at NYU and is leading the charge to landmark one of Whitman’s Brooklyn homes at 99 Ryerson Street. They discuss the fight to get it landmarked, the importance of Brooklyn to Whitman’s career, and the famous people writing letters to help the cause. Special thanks to Dr. Eric Conrad.
We had the awesome opportunity to speak with multimedia artist/label-founder Sophia Saze after her December Teksupport set with Kollektiv Turmstrasse/Roman Flügel/Karmon around topics of inspiration, anomaly, and indefatigable entrepreneurship.
Brandon Wachs sits down with MLB Network's Harvard Class of '04, Jon Morosi, in anticipation of the Major League Baseball Executives Q & A Harvard Baseball Style at the Boston Club. Listen to the full interview here.