What are Rangers’ Free Agency Plans? feat. Larry Brooks
Up In The Blue Seats: A NY Rangers Hockey Podcast from NY Post Sports
Ron Duguay and Mollie Walker open the show diving into all the latest Rangers offseason news and notes. They discuss new head coach Gerard Gallant, getting Barclay Goodrow, trading Brett Howden and Pavel Buchnevich, a potential trade for Jack Eichel, whom they might try and sign in free agency, Ron’s son moving out and tequila drinking. NY Post Rangers beat writer Larry Brooks drops by to talk free agency targets, Eichel, signing Patrik Nemeth, salary cap and futures of Ryan Strome and Alexandar Georgiev.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Texas Real estate | Being a Author | SonyaGaines, Fallon Hamilton, Larry Brooks | Episode 47
Culturally Distinct Podcast
Culturally distinct Podcast Sits down with Real estate broker Larry Brooks Nurse/Realtor Sonya Gaines Attorney / author Fallon Hamilton Topics up for discussion today 1. Texas real estate, the pricing of land , material, and location, the influx of Californians moving to texas 2. Creating a 4th book and and collaboration with a University 3. Dating in the past, and now as Professionals what has changed 4. The Pure Hustle, Different Streams of income, why now 5. The "way" 6. looking for all the right people in the wrong places SUBSCRIBE AND ADD US ON ALL PLATFORMS @CULTURALLYDISTINCTPODCAST --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturallydistinct/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturallydistinct/support
EP 286 - The Drury Era, Eichel & Lindgren's Extension With Larry Brooks & Shayna Goldman
Blueshirts Breakaway: A show about the New York Rangers
What a time for the New York Rangers. This week the guys discuss the start of the Drury Era, Eichel going scorched earth on Buffalo and the value of Ryan Lindgren's extension(23:50) Then, the Click King himself, Larry Brooks of the NY Post joins the Breakaway to discuss his thoughts on the season, the change of the guard, what's possible this off season, will NYR go for Eichel and his NYR untouchables.(59:00) After, Shayna Goldman of The Athletic also joins the Breakaway to breakdown the RFA class for NYR, the coaching situation and discuss well, now what?Finally the guys come back and answer some 5 star questions from the PatreonsSupport the show: Patreon.com/blueshirtsbreakaway
Weekends on the Island, Dancing with the Devils and a chat with Larry Brooks.
Go Rangers Radio
Go Rangers Radio - Hosted by Paul C. Cuthbert.Paulie welcomes special guest Larry Brooks of the New York Post to the show and the guys recap the weekend games against the Islanders, Tuesday's win against the Devils, discuss how they are coming together, the weird season, the kids, playoff expectations, Coach David Quinn, Kravtsov and Zac Jones arrival, Gorton and JD's good problems with all their young defensive prospects and more!Thank you for listening!Follow @gorangersradio everywhere.All archives and podcast platform links at gorangersradio.com. LGR!
In episode 56 of the Mic'd In New Haven podcast, longtime New York Post hockey columnist and hall of fame inductee Larry Brooks joins the show for a discussion on his near 50 years working in the sports including his early years covering the height of the Rangers-Islanders rivalry and the legendary players involved in it, working for the New Jersey Devils front office for a decade, returning to the Post to cover the Rangers, and how he coined Henrik Lundqvist's iconic nickname 'The King'. Follow Mike on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeinnewhavenFollow Larry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NYP_BrooksieRead Larry's columns: https://nypost.com/author/larry-brooks/Subscribe To Mike's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1JPFhzx0J0Hy5p_1ySWElgOutro Song: Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower (1967) SONG DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG. All Rights Reserved To Respective Owners.
Larry Brooks Hockey hall of fame plaque sits beside such literary legends as Red Fisher, Al Laney and Michael Farber, His passion for hockey began as a child growing up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, going on to Bronx High School of Science and then CCNY. He found his way to The Post in 1976, starting in rewrite and then getting the Islanders beat. He also covered baseball during that time, including the famous 1977 Yankees.In 1978, Brooks began covering the Rangers, and the next season, he segued into a role as a hockey columnist while still covering baseball.He left the paper in 1982 to become vice president of communications for the Devils, which included being the color commentator on radio. By 1993, he returned to The Post and covered the Devils, adding the now-famous Sunday column known as Slap Shots in 1995. He reclaimed the Rangers beat in 1996, and has stayed on the Blueshirts ever since.Tune in each week on 540 am in NY NJ CT and streaming on www.sportstalknylive.com as well as facebook live at 7pm Sundays for the live broadcast.Please take a moment to like our fan page WLIE 540 AM SPORTSTALKNY and follow us on twitter @sportstalkny and please check out Mark Rosenman and AJ Carters author page on amazon to purchase any of their books.
Great Stories Don’t Write Themselves: How To Develop Strong Fiction Ideas With Larry Brooks
The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers
We all want to write the best book we can — but how can we make sure the story is strong enough to make it worthwhile writing in the first place? In this interview, Larry Brooks gives 4 criteria for a great story and 8 steps for your novel premise. In the introduction, FindawayVoices releases […] The post Great Stories Don’t Write Themselves: How To Develop Strong Fiction Ideas With Larry Brooks first appeared on The Creative Penn.
Plotting Your Best Story with Larry Brooks, Ep. 2.07
Who wants to spend days, months, years of their life writing a novel only for it to sit on a slush pile or get lost in a river of books on Amazon? Not me. But how do we write stories that grab the reader? It all starts with plot. In tonight's episode of The Writer's Journey, Larry Brooks joins us to unpack the key elements of story and explain how we can use them to write the best versions of our story. Ready to take the next step on your writer's journey? --- Become a Medium today! https://keystrokemedium.com/mediums/ Don't forget to Subscribe and get involved with the mayhem and shenanigans in the live chat! http://www.youtube.com/c/keystrokemedium If you have any thoughts or ideas for show topics or if you have authors you'd like to see on the show, let us know. Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KeystrokeMedium For all the latest and greatest KSM Gear, check out our store at: https://keystrokemedium.com/ksm-store/ Also, subscribe to Sci Fi Explorations for the best discounted and free books we come across through our contacts: http://www.scifiexplorations.com Keystroke Medium Anthologies Kingdoms of Iron and Stone - https://amzn.to/2GjbE6I Horizons Beyond - https://amzn.to/2SrJ6uX If you enjoy this podcast, please leave us a review and rate the show on iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, or where ever else you found us!