The Roast of Goldberg W/Andrew Goldstein! And Fastlane 2021 Predictions
Dan, Scott, Robert and Mike are joined by a very special guest, friend of the show Andrew Goldstein! Here to help roast the legend that is Goldberg. As well as to promote the currently running Dark Side of The Ring: Confidential! Airs Tuesday night at 9pm on VICE.1. Is this Mania worth getting COVID over? 2. AEW vs NXT vs a Really Juicy edition of The Wrestling Observer 3. The Roast of Goldberg 4. Robert and Andrew's Creative Has Nothing For You5. We Watched Raw6. Scott's New Japan Corner 7. Worst of the Worst: Which gimmick was worse? Mike Awesome as "That Seventies Guy" or Mike Awesome as "Fat Chick Thrilla?" 8. Show and Hell: QT Marshall vs Marko Stunt on AEW Dark. 9. Fastlane Predictions 10. Mark Out Moment of the WeekFollow our Twitters:@AngeGold@WrestleRoasts@WWECreative_ishFollow our Instagram:@wrestleroasts@mikelawrencecomedyJoin the Patreon:patreon.com/wrestleroastsBuy our Merch:https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/total-fn-marks-logo.html
Dan's pal Andrew Goldstein stops by the pod to discuss his new tv project for VICE, Dark Side of the Ring: Confidential airing Tuesday nights. Andrew also describes his time at WWE, being yelled at by Vince at 25 years old, and his disdain for Chuck Taylor's bod. Youtube: https://youtu.be/73ES5dmgTTISupport the podcast at Patreon.com/ComediansOfWrestling
Ep. 50: Meet new sports director Andrew Goldstein!
WSAV Sports Now
BREAKING: WSAV has signed free agent Andrew Goldstein to join its sports department as an anchor/reporter.Warm weather, a vibrant sports scene and great southern cuisine were all key factors in luring Goldstein away from his adopted home (Wisconsin) and his original home (New Jersey) to the Coastal Empire.What is WSAV getting in its newest signing? What can you expect from the sports department going forward? And can Goldstein pronounce "Ludowici" correctly?Listen to the podcast to find out!
Andrew Goldstein discusses his experience of activism and medicine. We discuss how he first stepped into activism, the challenges of non-profit work, how healthcare workers can get involved in organizing, leader-full movements, the temptations of professional "success," and the dangers of waiting until the "right moment" to begin this work. Andrew Goldstein MD, MPH (@AndrewMakeTweet) is an assistant professor at NYU who practices primary care at Bellevue, especially for those with high medical need and experiencing homelessness. His medical activism has focused on healthcare, immigration, climate, and gun violence. He also focuses on civic habit building, election action, narrative shifting, escalated tactics like civil disobedience and protest, and health worker organizing. His recommended resources: "Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex," Incite-National.org, (website): bit.ly/3bK26ia "Jane McAlevey on Organizing vs. Mobilizing," Current Affairs (podcast): apple.co/2Rfu1g9 "Movement Strategy, 1. Momentum, Introduction to the Dominant Systems," from Momentum/Anyi Institute (video): bit.ly/3ieNHgi
PWTorch Dailycast - Best of PWTorch Livecast - (6-12-15) Dusty Rhodes Special with Keller, Martin, and ex-WWE Creative Andrew Goldstein
This week's "Best of PWTorch Livecast" jumps back five years to the June 12, 2015 episode of the PWTorch Livecast featuring a Special Edition - Remembering Dusty Rhodes with editor Wade Keller & columnist Todd Martin joined by ex-WWE Creative Team member Andrew Goldstein discussing his time working with Dusty. They take phone calls and emails, also.
6/12 Andrew Goldstein: Lacrosse's First Openly Gay Male Pro
Inside Lacrosse Podcasts
Fifteen years ago, Andrew Goldstein was drafted into Major League Lacrosse. His story made headlines, as he was the first openly gay male athlete in professional sports. We talked about his story, his message for young people dealing with homophobia in the sport, how people can be more inclusive and much more in a lengthy conversation.
Andrew Goldstein: Sports Director at WJFW in Rhinelander, Wisconsin
What You Need to Know with Matt Stolbof
In this episode, I talk to Andrew Goldstein about his journey out to the Midwest to pursue his journalism career, the fulfillment of running a university newspaper, and the fun as well as difficult challenges that many people face as a sports reporter.
This Episode is dedicated to Nyla Moore, a 22yr old mother from Chicago. Nyla was the youngest of 6 children, also had dreams of becoming a teacher. Her mother described her as “our fun girl" This episode we discuss, 2 EMPLOYEES SHOT +MCDONALD’S and more McDONALDS stories actually..., DADS SAY THEY’RE DOING MOST OF THE HOMESCHOOLING, and more! We have someone who gave me helping get on board with this entertainment stuff, my old boss, Andrew Goldstein joining us. Credits: Host: Mouse Jones Writers: Desi Johnson -Instagram | Twitter JustLatasha(Latasha Mercer) - Instagram | Twitter Editor/Producer: Rell - Instagram | Twitter Creative design: Chey Millz - Instagram | Twitter Lavanwright- Instagram | Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/quarantine-nightly/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quarantine-nightly/support
Andrew completed medical school at Mount Sinai, residency in internal medicine at Columbia, and a master of public health degree from Harvard as part of the Reynolds Fellowship in social entrepreneurship with the Center for Public Leadership. He previously worked developing non-profit programs on civic engagement and for community health workers. Now Andrew is an assistant professor of medicine at NYU, doing primary care at Bellevue half time. This includes intensive primary care for people experiencing homelessness. His other time is dedicated to medical activism and organizing. This work has been on healthcare access, climate crisis, gun violence prevention, immigrant persecution, and ending inequity and abuse within the healthcare system. The main focus, aside from any specific issue, has been on civic habit building, election action, narrative shifting, escalated tactics like civil disobedience and protest, and health worker organizing. This has been with groups he founded like Progressive Doctors and On Call for Democracy, and others he has supported, like NY Doctors, Doctors for Bernie, and Equity Now Sinai
Physician Activism in the Era of COVID-19 w/ Dr. Andrew Goldstein
Race, Violence & Medicine
In season 2 we first met physician-activist Dr. Andrew Goldstein (Twitter: @AndrewMakeTweet) in the episode "When Healthcare and Politics Unite." Currently, he is serving at the epicenter of the COVID-19 in New York and explains the importance of physician activism in response to the pandemic.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brianwilliamsmd/message