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"Taking Care of Business" (tcbradio) started in 2005 as a weekly one hour webcast radio show and has grown into a major media presence broadcast from 88.1 FM in Brookville, New York reaching over a million listeners through FM broadcast, a "live feed" on WCWP.org, numerous podcasts including iTunes, and most recently through simulcast on FIOS TV. We have a worldwide audience and receive emails from destinations as far away as Ireland. "Taking Care of Business," maintained its one hour format throughout the years and provides behind the scenes access to newsmakers, business leaders, musicians, entertainers, health experts, legal experts, real estate and construction professionals and interesting people and places with an emphasis on fun and informative information. TCBRADIO takes you on the road as we travel America. We have taken our radio equipment and literally walked through Memphis (where we visited Elvis Presley's home Graceland, Sun Studios and Stax Records), the Grand Canyon (where we took the Grand Canyon Railway and were part of a train "robbery"), rode Jeeps in the Arizona Desert, and talked with professionals at the New York Times Travel Show. We generally report live from Book Expo America each year the show is held in New York City. Rick Frishman and Richard Solomon did an early broadcast about the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas and the "Road-Kill cook off" before television cooking shows took on the concept. If it is fun, offbeat, or unusual, we probably will do a show on it one day. We even did a Beer Tasting Tour with Little Neck Beverages right down Northern Boulevard. We have intrigued our listeners when we went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas (with thanks to Stuart Cove Divers) and Dolphins in Angilla. On July 17, 2005, the New York Times featured the show in the Sunday Business Section. Steadily, the show has grown in popularity and has featured diverse guests such as: - Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press - New York City Mayor Ed Koch - Apple computer co-foun

"Taking Care of Business" (tcbradio) started in 2005 as a weekly one hour webcast radio show and has grown into a major media presence broadcast from 88.1 FM in Brookville, New York reaching over a million listeners through FM broadcast, a "live feed" on WCWP.org, numerous podcasts including iTunes, and most recently through simulcast on FIOS TV. We have a worldwide audience and receive emails from destinations as far away as Ireland. "Taking Care of Business," maintained its one hour format throughout the years and provides behind the scenes access to newsmakers, business leaders, musicians, entertainers, health experts, legal experts, real estate and construction professionals and interesting people and places with an emphasis on fun and informative information. TCBRADIO takes you on the road as we travel America. We have taken our radio equipment and literally walked through Memphis (where we visited Elvis Presley's home Graceland, Sun Studios and Stax Records), the Grand Canyon (where we took the Grand Canyon Railway and were part of a train "robbery"), rode Jeeps in the Arizona Desert, and talked with professionals at the New York Times Travel Show. We generally report live from Book Expo America each year the show is held in New York City. Rick Frishman and Richard Solomon did an early broadcast about the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas and the "Road-Kill cook off" before television cooking shows took on the concept. If it is fun, offbeat, or unusual, we probably will do a show on it one day. We even did a Beer Tasting Tour with Little Neck Beverages right down Northern Boulevard. We have intrigued our listeners when we went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas (with thanks to Stuart Cove Divers) and Dolphins in Angilla. On July 17, 2005, the New York Times featured the show in the Sunday Business Section. Steadily, the show has grown in popularity and has featured diverse guests such as: - Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press - New York City Mayor Ed Koch - Apple computer co-foun
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Brookville, NY

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"Taking Care of Business" (tcbradio) started in 2005 as a weekly one hour webcast radio show and has grown into a major media presence broadcast from 88.1 FM in Brookville, New York reaching over a million listeners through FM broadcast, a "live feed" on WCWP.org, numerous podcasts including iTunes, and most recently through simulcast on FIOS TV. We have a worldwide audience and receive emails from destinations as far away as Ireland. "Taking Care of Business," maintained its one hour format throughout the years and provides behind the scenes access to newsmakers, business leaders, musicians, entertainers, health experts, legal experts, real estate and construction professionals and interesting people and places with an emphasis on fun and informative information. TCBRADIO takes you on the road as we travel America. We have taken our radio equipment and literally walked through Memphis (where we visited Elvis Presley's home Graceland, Sun Studios and Stax Records), the Grand Canyon (where we took the Grand Canyon Railway and were part of a train "robbery"), rode Jeeps in the Arizona Desert, and talked with professionals at the New York Times Travel Show. We generally report live from Book Expo America each year the show is held in New York City. Rick Frishman and Richard Solomon did an early broadcast about the Rattlesnake Roundup in Sweetwater, Texas and the "Road-Kill cook off" before television cooking shows took on the concept. If it is fun, offbeat, or unusual, we probably will do a show on it one day. We even did a Beer Tasting Tour with Little Neck Beverages right down Northern Boulevard. We have intrigued our listeners when we went swimming with sharks in the Bahamas (with thanks to Stuart Cove Divers) and Dolphins in Angilla. On July 17, 2005, the New York Times featured the show in the Sunday Business Section. Steadily, the show has grown in popularity and has featured diverse guests such as: - Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press - New York City Mayor Ed Koch - Apple computer co-foun

Language:

English

Contact:

Post Campus, 720 Northern Blvd., Brookville, New York 11548 516-299-2683


Episodes

Bankruptcy 101 with Todd Cushner

12/3/2018
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Attorney Todd Cushner joins Richard Solomon to address a number of issues concerning personal and business bankruptcy in addition to foreclosure defense. A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:52:53

All That Jazz - Love Vibrations for Planet Earth with Stan Chovnick

11/25/2018
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All That Jazz - Love Vibrations for Planet Earth with Stan Chovnick A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:53

In the studio with Bluerace - Rocking with the band including a World Premiere!

11/25/2018
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In the studio with Bluerace - Rocking with the band including a World Premiere! A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:52

The Serious Business of Comedy - Rich Solomon with Rob Falcone and Scott Schendlinger

11/25/2018
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The Serious Business of Comedy - Rich Solomon with Rob Falcone and Scott Schendlinger A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:52

In the Studio with Johnny Rullo - My Father's Place Radio

11/25/2018
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Rich Solomon in the Studio with Johnny Rullo - My Father's Place Radio A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:52:19

Pink Elephant Organic Clothing - Liz Kakar and Courtney Coughlin with Richard Solomon

11/25/2018
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Pink Elephant Organic Clothing - Liz Kakar and Courtney Coughlin with Richard Solomon A production of LIU Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:52:53

The Stollers

11/5/2018
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The Stollers's textured musical style is informed by rock, and folk. and jazz, with strains of classical music as well as world influences. The Stollers' first band was The Wizard’s Hound. After the Hound, The Stollers' performances became sparse but they continued to write and occasionally play together at selected NYC venues eventually leading to their CD Stationary Sun. Since the release of Stationary Sun, The Stollers (Brad and Lesley) have been seen live, performing songs from the...

Duration:00:53:38

In the Studio with Joe Refano - The Liverpool Shuffle and other musical endeavors

9/24/2018
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When Joe was young he saw the Beatles live at Shea Stadium in 1966, saw the Doors, Jimi Hendrix, and the Monkees. All of this shaped his music career in which he was a part of Herman's Hermits, the Monkees (talk about full circle) and the Liverpool Shuffle, a Beatles tribute band. You will hear amazing stories from someone who witnessed rock history as it unfolded. You will hear some great original tunes played on this radio show broadcast on 88.1 FM as a co-production of My Father's Place...

Duration:00:53:54

Musician and Actor Jeremy Clyde - My Father's Place Radio

9/21/2018
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Jeremy Clyde is a great guest who provides not only British charm and elegance but great stories! Listen to this one hour in-depth interview with Richard Solomon in advance of Jeremy's performance at My Father's Place at the Roslyn Hotel. (Chris Maffei - sound engineer for this recording - thanks Chris!) Jeremy Clyde is not just one half of sixties British Invasion duo Chad & Jeremy, he’s also an accomplished actor and songwriter who recently embarked on a one-album-a-year solo project...

Duration:00:53:59

In The Studio with Russ Alexander of the Hitman Blues Band

9/17/2018
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The Hitman Blues Band is not a cover band-they play original, modern blues which is why they have been invited to perform at My Father's Place at the Roslyn Hotel August 10, 2018. Russ Alexander brought photos and great music and shared them on the airwaves with Rich Solomon, host of Taking Care of Business and My Father's Place Radio. A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:27

Healthy Nutrition - Laura Burak, R.D., shares her expertise

9/13/2018
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We all strive to eat healthy, but in today's fast-paced world, quick and easy meals (that are nutritious) can be a daily challenge. Laura teaches "what food does for you" and helps you think about real food and balancing your food choices. Laura addresses sugar in food, (why sugar addiction is real and problematic), situations that can cause us to "fall off course," jump-starting the day with water, mindful indulgence, insulin/insulin resistance, high blood pressure, triglycerides,...

Duration:00:53:53

A Deep and Honest Discussion on Teen Suicide Prevention

9/10/2018
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Teen suicide is the second leading cause of death for youth aged 10-17 in the US. Suicide kills more youth than all natural causes combined and has increased 37% in the last ten years. Suicidal thoughts have serious long-term consequences. To get help immediately, please call the national suicide prevention lifeline at 800-273-8255. Locally, you can receive help at the Long Island Crisis Center 516-679-1111. In this episode of Taking Care of Business, two distinguished experts from...

Duration:00:53:50

Exploring the majesty of the Epcot Center in Orlando

9/7/2018
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Eric Paul's radio interview with Richard Solomon on the Magic Kingdom was so great, that we did a follow-up interview exclusively focused on the Epcot Center. A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:52

Eric Paul's Guide to Disneyworld's Magic Kingdom

9/6/2018
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Are you planning a trip to Orlando Florida to visit Disney? Before you start packing, check out this in-depth interview between Disney-expert Eric Paul and radio host Richard Solomon. Learn the ins and outs of the Magic Kingdom - the rides, the food, the app, fast passes and strategies to make the most out of your visit. A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:53

Fancy Food Show 2018

9/3/2018
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Ahh simply delicious - a walk through at the Javitz Center of the Fancy Food Show. We try to cover this event every year to test out the new foods and to report all the trends in cusine from the people who are cooking up a storm! A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:27

Kate Taylor is Here To Stay

8/31/2018
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Born in New England and raised in North Carolina, Kate shares her dual musical heritage with brothers James, Livingston, Hugh, and her late brother Alex. Her roots run deep in the soul, gospel and rockabilly sounds of her southern upbringing and in the literate folk, pop and Appalachian stylings that comprise the balance of her family's shared musical legacy. In a recent show review, The Huffington Post said, "Her heart ignites a sea of beauty expressed in a myriad of harmony, rhythm and...

Duration:00:53:59

The USS Zephyr: Behind the Scenes at Kings Point - Fleet Week 2018

8/27/2018
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The USS Zephyr, a coastal patrol ship, participated in Fleet Week 2018 by docking at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point (Long Island) and offering tours mostly to Academy students and thanks to the US Navy, Taking Care of Business on 88.1FM A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:53

Exploring the music of Vista Hill

8/21/2018
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Members of Vista Hill join host Richard Solomon to play their music and give behind the scenes access to the band's history and touring! A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:53:40

Rockin' with Johnny Rullo

8/17/2018
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The very first musician to perform at My Father's Place at the Roslyn Hotel was Johnny Rullo (who created the MFP theme song). Join us as Johnny shares stories and introduces his music -- some of which was debuted right here on FM! A production of WCWP Studios - LIU Post Public Radio. Visit us at WCWP.org

Duration:00:52:19

The Natural World as Seen and Expressed by Alex Beard

7/24/2018
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Sometimes, its best to quote a guest's website-- this is the bio listed at http://www.alexbeardstudio.com American painter and author Alex Beard is best known for his elaborate wildlife compositions created in his signature style of gestural painting, which he has coined “Abstract Naturalism.” Fueled by curiosity about the cultures and wildlife he had been exposed to in his early years, Alex has spent much of his life traveling to the some of the world’s most remote wildlife outposts -...

Duration:00:53:53