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The New York Minute Show Podcast by Robert J. Safuto

The New York Minute Show Podcast

by Robert J. Safuto

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The New York Minute Show is an online guide to New York City delivered in audio, video and text format. It's the next best thing to being there.


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cajkkw
Reviewer cajkkw
 February 17, 2006
Those who live in New York City will find this podcast to be very useful and entertaining. This is not a show for tourists but for those who live and work in New York City everyday. If you want to know about events going on in the city, restaurants that you should try, or just want to explore an area of the city that you have not had the chance to visit, then this show is perfect for you. Robert Safuto even provides his listeners with directions to places. I especially liked the shows where Robert provided tips on how to date on a budget in this expensive city and how to meet people. Basically, everything that you want to know about the city, this show has. Robert even gives a little history lesson at the end of his shows and spotlights emerging talents in the city.
The only downsides of this show is that when Robert is out and about exploring the city, there is a lot of noise (you hear all of the street and road traffic) so it is a bit hard to hear him through the rubble. And again, this is not a show for tourists but those who want to know the real New York City.

A Podcast For NY'ers and Tourists Alike
Reviewer podcastnyc
 February 17, 2006
I want to thank cajkkw for the comments. I also thank you for listening and giving a positive star rating. I'll try to work on the outdoor noise in future shows. Some folks like the ambience of the city but I agree that it can be distracting at times.

I think that tourists will find the show to be as valuable a resource as folks who live in the area of NY City. There are lots of tips on places to go, events to attend and many other things that tourists would love to know about. These are things that NY'ers would enjoy as well. Essentially I try to be a tourist in NY myself which can be fun, especially after experiencing the town for so many years and forgetting all the great joys that it has to offer.

I hope to continue to produce excellent shows for a long time to come. I also want to thank the folks from Learn Out Loud for including my show in this space.

Happy Listening :)

Rob S

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  • New York Minute Show #76
    Sun, Mar 30, 2008


    Join me on a soundseeing tour across downtown Manhattan. I start at City Hall Park and make my way up into Tribeca. After a break in the action I get started up again in Greenwich Village. Tour Map View Larger Map Listen Now Download MP3 File (right click and “save as”) © Robert J. Safuto […]

  • New York Minute Show #75
    Sun, Dec 09, 2007


    We take a look at New York City ice skating rinks on this episode. The Rink at Rockefeller Center The Pond at Bryant Park Wollman Rink in Central Park Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers Kate Wollman Rink – Prospect Park World’s Fair Ice Skating Rink – Flushing Meadow Park Parks Department Ice Skating Rinks Music […]

  • New York Minute Show #74
    Tue, Oct 30, 2007


    Let’s call this podcast the taxi-cast. In this podcast I give some critical tips on hailing a taxi cab in New York City. See my hailing a taxi faq at New York Is My Kind Of Town as well. Includes music by Natalie Gelman and a shout to the Regional Music Show. Listen Now MP3 […]

  • New York Minute #73
    Mon, Sep 03, 2007


    Talking about things to see and do around 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan. Show Links Columbus Circle Angelo’s Pizza Time Warner Center Buckingham Hotel Holiday Inn Midtown Le Parker Meridien Ritz Carlton Central Park Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute #72
    Sat, Jul 21, 2007


    Join me on a walking tour of the Chelsea area in New York City. I walk from 8th Avenue and 14th Street to 8th Avenue and 33rd Street. Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute #71
    Sat, Jul 07, 2007


    What do you do when its hot in the summer in New York City? Get wet! City Area Beaches Coney Island Rockaway Beach Pools Floating Pool at Brooklyn Bridge Park City Park Public Pools Kayaking NYC Downtown Boathouse Music Iroquois by HER & Kings County Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit […]

  • New York Minute #70
    Mon, Jun 04, 2007


    Live from the west side of Manhattan. Topics on this episode include: New York City brunch tips Florent B&H Photo Video store – link. Jacob Javits Convention Center – link. Hudson River Park – link. Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute Show #69
    Mon, Apr 30, 2007


    Spotlight on Tribeca on this episode of the show. SHOW NOTES Tribeca stands for TRIangle BElow CAnal Street. Two nice hotels – Tribeca Grand and SOHO Grand. Tribeca Film Festival Canal Street and West Broadway – map. Also check out – Show #60. Accessibility in New York City. Plan ahead by doing extra research. Call […]

  • New York Minute #68
    Sat, Mar 10, 2007


    What would you do in New York City if you were only here for a day or even just a few hours? What should you do? Listen in to hear a New Yorker’s perspective on the ultra short trip to the Big Apple. Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New […]

  • New York Minute #67
    Thu, Jan 25, 2007


    What would you do if you were sitting in a restaurant in New York City and after the meal the check had an 18% tip automatically added to the bill? I tell you what I would do. In the past I’ve mentioned taking the JFK Air Train from the airport to save time and money. […]

  • New York Minute #66
    Sun, Dec 31, 2006


    Happy New Year folks! Show Notes Recent News 44 Million Visitors to New York City in 2006. Why did (or why will) you come to New York City? NYPD subway sting operation. Bags with cell phones are bad news. New Year’s Tips Go out (especially to restaurants) early. Don’t pay in advance for all you […]

  • New York Minute #65
    Mon, Nov 27, 2006


    A bit of a special show this week as I play some soundseeing from my trip to San Francisco. Join me as I prowl the Laughing Squid party at a venue called Mighty, which is located on Utah Street. Thanks to Chris, Martin, Jeremiah, Eric Rice and the rest of the folks who were so […]

  • New York Minute #64
    Thu, Nov 16, 2006


    This is as close as we’ll get to a New York City Marathon special this year on the show. Not bad though. In association with my friend Jerry Cahill, host of the Cystic Fibrosis Podcast, I covered the Team Boomer post marathon fund raiser. The event was held at a very nice Irish Pub called […]

  • New York Minute #63
    Fri, Nov 03, 2006


    Join me for a side trip to Amagansett, NY on the east end of Long Island. This area is also known as “The Hamptons.” Getting There By Car By Railroad By Bus Hampton Jitney Hampton Luxury Liner Staying There Sea Crest On The Ocean Things To Do Fishing Shopping Horseback Riding – Deep Hollow Ranch […]

  • New York Minute #62
    Tue, Oct 17, 2006


    This episode focuses on five things to do in The Bronx, NYC. Show Notes Quick fact: The Bronx is named for a Swedish immigrant by the name of Jonas Bronck. Five Things To Do The Bronx Zoo: [link] – [map] Van Cortlandt Park: [link] – [map] Yankee Stadium: [link] – [map] Bronx Little Italy: [link] […]

  • New York Minute #61
    Sat, Sep 23, 2006


    This episode contains a soundseeing tour of 5th Avenue in New York City from 59th St. to 34th St. There are many great spots to stop at along the way. Some of the highlights are listed below. Apple Store FAO Schwarz Trump Tower Saint Patrick’s Cathedral Rockefeller Center / Top Of The Rock Saks Fifth […]

  • New York Minute #60
    Sun, Sep 10, 2006


    How about a soundseeing tour? Chinatown is the destination of choice on this episode. I walk from the vicinty of Bleecker St. and 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village, through SOHO to the area near Mott and Canal Streets. Some places mentioned on the show: Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, Felix, Noodletown, Pearl Paint, Wo Hop. Listen […]

  • New York Minute #59
    Fri, Aug 25, 2006


    The summer is winding down, but there’s plenty to do around town. SHOW NOTES Opening music by Olivia Greer September Events Brooklyn Bridge Tour The US Open of Tennis – map San Gennaro Street Festival – map Music, Sweet Music Olivia Greer Brother Love Dead Language New Heathens Five Favorite NYC Movies – inspired by […]

  • New York Minute #58
    Wed, Aug 02, 2006


    Trying to deal with the searing heat in the New York City area. Stay cool out there wherever you are! SHOW NOTES Opening music – What Was Gathered by Cagey House. The JFK Air Train $5 Fare (in addition to bus or subway fare), payable with MetroCard. Connect with subway in Howard Beach [map] or […]

  • New York Minute #57
    Tue, Jul 18, 2006


    SHOW NOTES Music by Digg Deep. Dealing with the heat. Five places in Brooklyn to stay cool: New York Aquarium – [map], Brooklyn Museum – [map], Galapagos Art Space – [map], Sheepshead Bay – [map], Bay Ridge – [map]. NYC Street Fairs Music by Makar. Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit […]

  • New York Minute #56
    Sun, Jul 02, 2006


    I think I’m becoming addicted to soundseeing tours. What can I say? I love getting out amongst the good people of the New York area. This episode has me hanging with my pal Brother Love at Liberty Jam 2006. This was an all day concert event to raise money for and awareness about Liberty State […]

  • New York Minute #55
    Sat, Jun 24, 2006


    A soundseeing tour of the Hoboken, NJ Waterfront this week on the show. Hoboken, nicknamed the Mile Square City, is the birthplace of Frank Sinatra and sits directly across from Greenwich Village and Chelsea on the Hudson River. The PATH trains provide easy access to Hoboken from Manhattan. Once in Hoboken you can enjoy a […]

  • New York Minute #54
    Mon, Jun 05, 2006


    We’ve got a nice mix of information and entertainment in this episode of The New York Minute Show. SHOW NOTES Opening music by HER & Kings County – My Backyard Must have items for a day in the city. Comfortable shoes. Bottles of water. Healthy snacks like fruit and pretzels. Weather report. Hat, sunglasses and […]

  • New York Minute #53
    Thu, May 25, 2006


    A special soundseeing tour of Central Park this week. More notes and a map to follow. Til then, you can find out about all the places I visit by going to www.centralparknyc.org. CommunityWalk Map – Central Park Soundseeing Tour Listen Now MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for […]

  • New York Minute #52
    Mon, May 08, 2006


    Spring time is in full gear in New York City. And that means it’s time for people to get outside and enjoy the town with the warm blue skies above. In tune with that theme, this episode features a segment from my New York Out Of Doors audio guide. Enjoy the spring weather! SHOW NOTES […]

  • New York Minute #51
    Sat, Apr 15, 2006


    Some practical tips on situations where you and your money could be unnecessarily parted while spending time in New York City. SHOW NOTES Intro Cool Jazz from C-Will Finding Previous Show Topics New Show Sights Map Leashes and Lovers TV Scams And The City (or how not to get ripped off in New York City) […]

  • New York Minute #50
    Fri, Mar 31, 2006


    A great soundseeing tour this week. New York based personal chef Mark Tafoya joins me for a walk through the Chelsea Market at 9th Avenue and 15th Street. Lots happening at Chelsea Market. Wine, bread, gelato, great bakeries, fruits and vegetables, plus the Food Network and much more. Why not join us for a fun […]

  • New York Minute #49
    Sat, Mar 18, 2006


    Hope everyone enjoyed a great St. Paddy’s Day! Time for some more New York Minute Show fun. We’ve got international music, circus talk and more on this show. SHOW NOTES Intro Music from India by Pralay Upcoming Events HopStop Mobile Madison Square Garden Map Billy Joel Concert Buy Billy’s Music! Amazon BuyMusic.com Garden Tours The […]

  • New York Minute #48
    Wed, Mar 01, 2006


    Great show this week if I say so myself. We recently hooked up with the folks from Wiggly Wigglers in the UK. We met at one of my favorite spots, the Rise bar at the Ritz Carlton Battery Park at the very southern tip of Manhattan. I gave Heather and the gang some tips on […]

  • New York Minute #47
    Fri, Feb 17, 2006


    Ooodles of fun this week on the show. We have contributions from a few really great folks. Mark Tafoya of the ReMARKable Palate food podcast weighs in with another in the kitchen tip. C-Will, a cool New York City based musician dropped us a line about an upcoming show at Crash Mansion on February 22nd. […]

  • New York Minute #46
    Sun, Feb 05, 2006


    Time for some soundseeing here on The New York Minute Show. I recently found myself in the area of Bryant Park and the main branch of the New York Public Library. I hope you enjoy the sounds of both of these great New York City attractions. MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The […]

  • New York Minute #45
    Tue, Jan 24, 2006


    Iím waxing poetic this week about Italian-American culture in New York City. For me, itís all about the food. Mangia as my grandmother used to say. Listen in to find out about some out of the way places with an old world New York Italian experience. I also give some insight on why I think […]

  • New York Minute #44
    Tue, Jan 17, 2006


    I am serving up some internet resources this week on the show. These are just some tools that you can find on the internet that you can use to make your visit or your life in New York City a little bit more fun and efficient. Enjoy! SHOW NOTES Intro New Intro and Outro Music […]

  • New York Minute #43
    Sun, Jan 08, 2006


    Weíre back with the first audio show of 2006. Happy New Year to all. I talk about about what I did on New Yearís Eve, pointing you to a great area of the city in the process. I throw out some resolutions for the show in 2006 and let you know about a donít miss […]

  • NYC Transit Strike Info and Links
    Wed, Dec 21, 2005


    For those of you who donít know, transit workers (i.e. city bus and subway workers) have gone on strike as of 3AM this morning. This means that people are either walking, driving themselves or taking cabs to get where theyíre going. Generally, itís a huge inconvenience for everyone, especially because itís Christmas shopping season and […]

  • New York Minute #41
    Sat, Dec 03, 2005


    As promised last week, here’s the last show of 2005. It’s a soundseeing tour of an interactive Off Broadway show called Tony and Tina’s Wedding. Tony and Tina’s Wedding is one of the longest running shows in the city and it’s like nothing you’ve ever experienced at the theatre. Join a real cast of Italian-American […]

  • New York Minute #40
    Sat, Nov 26, 2005


    Happy holidays to all. Thanksgiving is done and it’s time for some holiday season tips. If you’re coming to the city between now and the end of the year there are lots of things to do so here are five that I think are essential for any holiday season in New York City. SHOW NOTES […]

  • New York Minute #39
    Thu, Nov 17, 2005


    Hey folks. I’m back from the Portable Media and Podcast Expo. I’m refreshed, with plenty of new ideas and ready to bring you some more info about my hometown, New York City. It’s a full show this week with lots of good stuff as indicated in the notes below. Enjoy! SHOW NOTES Intro Winding Down […]

  • New York Minute #38
    Mon, Nov 07, 2005


    Itís a soundseeing tour this week on the show. My wife, child and I take a walk down Bleecker Street and experience the sights, sounds and smells of Greenwich village. And you will experience them too! Click Thumbnail For Map Relevant Links Magnolia Bakery The Pink Tea Cup Johnís Pizzeria Matt Umanov Guitars Risotteria Murrayís […]

  • New York Minute #37
    Fri, Oct 28, 2005


    It’s an NYC Marathon special this week on The New York Minute show. I’ve got an interview with Ralf from Holland. He’s coming over with a crew of folks who’ll be navigating the 26.2 mile course through the five boroughs of New York City. We talk about pre-race preparations, sightseeing and pre-marathon events. You’ll also […]

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Wed, Oct 26, 2005


    Mea Culpa! The last show was below standard as far as audio quality is concerned. The good news is that I’ve cleaned it up and you won’t have to contend with the cracks and pops that listeners had reported earlier. Also, an update on the next couple of shows. And a bonus NYC musical track […]

  • New York Minute #36
    Thu, Oct 20, 2005


    They say that the only constant in life is change. And so it goes with New York City. I’ll talk about how change has affected the city over the years and follow that theme with info on a couple of landmark restaurant closings. Plus a little bit of music and a mini soundseeing tour. Welcome! […]

  • New York Minute #35
    Mon, Oct 10, 2005


    Fall is here and even though  the most popular NYC travel season has past, there are still plenty of things going on to excite New Yorkers and tourists alike. Plus, some more interesting listener questions get answered. And we find out how Sponge Bob gets to be thirty feet tall. Come join the fun on […]

  • New York Minute #34
    Sun, Oct 02, 2005


    It’s another slam bang full rocking show this week on the New York Minute Show. We’ve got live music from Arlene’s Grocery courtesy of Bianca Jade and a hybrid live performance/studio cut from Brother Love. Plus, listener Q and A, a dining pick, NY History Minute and more. Don’t delay, listen today. SHOW NOTES Intro […]

  • New York Minute #33
    Wed, Sep 21, 2005


    We’ve got loads of fun this week on the show. We stop by the Leashes and Lovers pool party. We say farewell to our friends Dan and Lacey. And much, much more. Do not miss this one! SHOW NOTES Intro (0:00) Leashes and Lover Dog Pool Party (3:01) http://www.leashesandlovers.com The Dog Run – 136 9th […]

  • New York Minute #32
    Sat, Sep 10, 2005


    It’s a soundseeing podcast once again this week as Darren Levy of the Citywide radio show and podcast guides me around the area near New York University in New York City. We’re calling it a back to school show. We roam the area south of Washington Square Park talking about student life in the city, […]

  • Hurricane Katrina Podathon
    Sat, Sep 03, 2005


    This week we’re going to be doing something a little different on The New York Minute Show. Let’s call it a pod-athon. There’s another city that starts with ‘New’ that needs our help along with many other places on the Gulf Coast of the United States. It’s time for me to be here for them. […]

  • New York Minute #31
    Tue, Aug 23, 2005


    Are you ready for some NFL football? We’re soundseeing this week from the New York Jets pre-season opener vs. the Detroit Lions. I bring my wife and daughter along as we catch the action from our seats on the fifty yard line (a very good view!) at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Yes, the […]

  • New York Minute #30
    Sat, Aug 13, 2005


    We’ve got wall to wall information this week on the first full show since my air conditioning was repaired. So we’re cool, calm and ready to provide you some inside information on dating in New York City on a budget. We’ve also got some dining picks, hidden ny and all the other good stuff you […]

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Sun, Aug 07, 2005


    Just a quick update on news or an event (or something else that’s oh so important) in the city of New York. MP3 File Tags: Tax Free Shopping Week, Queens, Astoria, Sunnyside, Long Island City, New York Mets, US Open Tennis, Queens Museum, Flushing Meadows Corona Park © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New […]

  • New York Minute #29
    Sun, Jul 31, 2005


    It’s the aforementioned comedy special this week. I sit with local underground comic Jen Dziura right next to an oyster bar/dj booth at Live Bait. Only in New York City folks. Enjoy! SHOW NOTES Intro (00:00) Coming Events (01:05) Check the Event Calendar on the website NY Comedy Scene with Special Guest Jen Dziura (04:00) […]

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Sat, Jul 30, 2005


    Just a quick update on news or an event (or something else that’s oh so important) in the city of New York. Tags: CBGB, Save CBGB, The Offspring MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute #28
    Sat, Jul 23, 2005


    It’s another full show this week with lots of information on New York City. The featured content this week is the finale of my soundseeing tour at The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) along with old favorites like the Dining Pick, Hidden NY, New York History Minute and the NYC Musical artist of the week. […]

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Thu, Jul 21, 2005


    Just a quick update on news or an event (or something else that’s oh so important) in the city of New York. MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute #27
    Sun, Jul 17, 2005


    Intro (00:00) Program Notes (01:00) Event Calendar NY Minute Forum Welcome iTunes Listeners NYC Area Amusement Parks (03:00) Astroland at Coney Island – link – map Getting There – Take the F train to Stillwell Ave. Main Attraction – Cyclone Roller Coaster Open Until – Mid October Rye Playland – link – map Getting there […]

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Fri, Jul 15, 2005


    Just a quick update on news or an event (or something else that’s oh so important) in the city of New York. MP3 File Tags: Diablo Royale Restaurant, Jet Blue, Newark Airport, Event Calendar © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Sat, Jul 09, 2005


    Just a quick update on news or an event (or something else that’s oh so important) in the city of New York. MP3 File Tags: Criss Angel, Bryant Park © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute #26
    Thu, Jul 07, 2005


    It’s a brand new day on the show as I introduce you to some of the features found on the shiny, new website. There are also some great events coming up over the next couple of months that are certainly worth mentioning. I give some straight answers to a few important questions about the city. […]

  • New York Minute Quick Update
    Sun, Jul 03, 2005


    Just a quick update on news or an event (or something else that’s oh so important) in the city of New York. MP3 File Tags: NYC Night Out, Vagabondchik, Lonely Plant Thorn Tree, Subway © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show for more great content.

  • New York Minute #25
    Thu, Jun 30, 2005


    Itís a soundseeing tour of Yankee Stadium this week as I head up to the Bronx to catch the Mets take on the Yankees in the unfriendly confines of Yankee Stadium. Dan “Does New York”, a die hard Yankees fan makes the trip along with me as do his friends Jada (from Mississippi) and Kristen […]

  • New York Minute #24
    Fri, Jun 24, 2005


    Itís all about meeting people in the city on this episode. Itís true that many people have a hard time making friends in a city so large and seemingly uninviting. No worries. Iíll provide a few handy tips on how you can meet people and feel good about it. Iíll also introduce you to a […]

  • New York Minute #23
    Thu, Jun 16, 2005


    Itís another soundseeing tour this week. Iím in downtown Manhattan on a summer day and itís time for a walk through the meatpacking district. Yes the meatpacking district. Itís an area on the far west side of the island where youíll experience cobblestone streets and the smell of fresh meat. And due to a major […]

  • New York Minute #22
    Tue, May 31, 2005


    It’s a mixed bag on this week’s episode of NY Minute as your host prepares to take a week off next week to enjoy the birth of his new child. Don’t worry, lots of good stuff on this episode (and other things in the works!) to carry you over til next time. Some current events […]

  • New York Minute #21
    Fri, May 27, 2005


    I’m talking about inexpensive lodging options on the show this week. I’ll be providing my usual "inside" info on how to find yourself a bed without breaking your bank. The lodging you’ll find probably won’t be as inexpensive as you hoped, but finding those low cost deals will be a bit easier so you can […]

  • New York Minute #20
    Sat, May 21, 2005


    It’s all about finding an apartment on the show this week. I go on a bit longer than usual this time but then there’s a lot of information to give. While not a complete guiding to finding a reasonably priced apartment in the city, you’ll surely be a lot smarter about your options and the […]

  • New York Minute #19
    Tue, May 17, 2005


    It’s a special BONUS New York Minute. Join myself and my wife Juliet on an impromptu soundseeing tour of the 9th Avenue International Food Festival. Lots of cool city sounds here. Don’t listen hungry as there’s a lot of talk about food. MP3 File © Robert J. Safuto - visit The New York Minute Show […]

  • New York Minute #18
    Thu, May 12, 2005


    It’s a special New York Minute this week as I take you soundseeing in Times Square. Lots of great sights and lots of great sounds. Click on the map below to get a larger view of some of the spots mentioned in the ‘cast. Don’t forget to view the Video Extra that goes along with […]

  • New York Minute#17
    Thu, May 05, 2005


    It’s a literary ‘cast this week on New York Minute. The city is not just about partying with the Aussies and going to clubs. There’s plenty of stuff for deep thinkers as well and we’ll scratch the surface of that on this episode. You’ll hear from author and magazine editor Dana Goodyear. Dana recently published […]

  • New York Minute #16
    Fri, Apr 29, 2005


    It’s an ANZAC Day party on New York Minute. I’m a guest of the NY Magpies, an Australian rules football squad based right here in New York City. I was privileged to be able to attend their annual barbecue and party at Pier 63 on the west side of Manhattan. Plenty of great info in […]

  • New York Minute #15
    Thu, Apr 21, 2005


    It’s a techno-cast on New York Minute as Dan "Does New York" and I bring you some Friday night action from the hot NYC club Crobar. Famous DJ Paul Van Dyk spins some sweet sounds in the main room and we fight the pumping bass to get some good recordings. Bonus! Some pics from the […]

  • New York Minute #14
    Thu, Apr 14, 2005


    We’re all about baseball this week on New York Minute. The baseball season has just begun so you have plenty of time to catch the greatest American pastime right here in NYC. We bring you all the key information that you need to get tickets, get to the stadium and enjoy Major League Baseball. We […]

  • New York Minute #13
    Thu, Apr 07, 2005


    It’s a brunch-cast on New York Minute as Rob joins Dan "Does New York" and his gal pal Lacey for a Sunday afternoon soiree. They discuss Dan’s Thursday night open bar fest at Au Bar, Tao, getting over hangovers and brunch in the city. Also, from the studio, Rob talks about some coming springtime events […]

  • New York Minute #12
    Thu, Mar 31, 2005


    We’re back in the studio (partially) on this week’s New York Minute. On this episode we explore some nightlife on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, introduce you to our new nightlife correspondent, Mr. Dan "Does New York" and we make a stop at the Euro Trash Party 2005. Lots of fun on this episode […]

  • New York Minute #11
    Thu, Mar 24, 2005


    Once again weíre going mobile on the New York Minute with a frozen and slushy soundseeing tour of downtown Manhattan. Your host walks you from the West Village across Greenwich Village, Noho and finally to the East Village. Sit back, relax and listen to your guide slush his way across the city during the last […]

  • New York Minute #10
    Thu, Mar 17, 2005


    Itís a special music show on New York Minute! And itís also my first mobile podcast so you get to enjoy the sounds of the city as we podcast directly from The C-Note and Continental Club in New York City. Enjoy! SHOW NOTES Intro C-Note with Joe Bendik Musician Kathy Zimmer on her favorite music […]

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