Sam Roberts is celebrating the 400th anniversary of New York City with a new book called “A History of New York in 27 Buildings.” Sam brings to light the brilliant architecture, remarkable history, and bright future of the greatest city in the world. Sam looks at Grand Central Terminal, Empire State Building, and St. Paul’s Chapel. Other structures in his book show how municipal politics aka corruption — impacted the rise of the department store, live theater and public housing. The book isn’t really about design, but how occupants have used these buildings over the years. And you’ll learn why a spice shop on Lexington Ave is so important to US Presidential history.
Sam Roberts is one of the New York Times best known journalists. He has worked there for decades. He is also the author of several books and has a major role in the new Roy Cohn documentary. Sam interviewed Roy several times in the 1970’s and 80’s. He learned a great deal about the Trump mentor and shares those insights during the film and with us on Lying on The Beach. Join us.
Sam Roberts Introduces You To A New York You Never Knew
Pomerantz is living the life so many of us dream of. At the age of 50, this New
Yorker decided to give herself a gift that would change her life forever. She
joined a travel network called “Remote Year” that allows you to connect with
other professionals who together work and live like locals from four to 12
months in exciting cities around the world.
was at least 20 years older than most but that didn’t stop her blending into
the group who were made up of people who live in different parts of the world
and have jobs that allow them to work remotely in the digital age. Loren is a
successful public relations agent who represents companies in a variety of
of us can’t imagine what it would be like to experience the life Loren led two
years ago. She is with us today to tell us all about it and how she has
maintained this lifestyle on her own since the Remote Year ended. We are
catching up with Loren in Stockholm where her evening is now our afternoon.
Welcome Loren to Lying on the Beach.
Nordstrom’s 57th St. will alter your clothes for free (even
those that you didn’t buy there) and serve you drinks (you pay, they deliver)
as you shop. Steve Greenberg, a TV personality, and Lois Whitman-Hess, a PR
agent, discuss the ever changing retail landscape. They also talk about the ups
and downs of starting a new company and why most fail.
We would need this entire podcast
to properly introduce our guest today on “Lying on the Beach.” For the last 40
years, Ray Elman, currently founding Editor in Chief of Inspicio, has been at
the forefront of both the editorial and art worlds. Podcast Co-hosts, Steve
Greenberg, a TV personality, and Lois Whitman-Hess, a PR counselor, interviewed
Ray, about the state of journalism and why it’s not getting the respect it so
To appreciate the comments Ray is going to make you have to appreciate the quality work he has done in his career. In 2015, Ray founded the Inspicioarts publication platform, which is sponsored by FIU | CARTA. Inspicio provides in-depth, high-quality insights into all arts disciplines with a focus on Miami and South Florida. The publication is famous for its video interviewing technique and for mixing famous authors with student writers.
Elman also co-founded Provincetown Arts magazine and Cincinnati Arts magazine. Ray was also a pioneer in the digital communication industry, first as the National Director of Creative Services at Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) and as the co-founder of Streamline Communications, which is now a public company called Bridgeline Digital. He was also a founder of Cambria Interactive at Cambria Consulting.
addition, Elman has sustained a successful life-time career as
a visual artist. Four of his large
scale mixed-media portraits (Pulitzer Prize recipients Stanley
Kunitz, Jhumpa Lahiri, Alan Dugan, & U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky) are
included in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian National Portrait
Gallery. His work is exhibited in museums, galleries and private collections
all over the world.
Is Journalism Dead? Our podcast guest thinks it may not be dead, but it might be on life support
Brian is the inventor of the Autoblow A.I. — the first
device that uses artificial intelligence to imitate the sexual experience of—
a blow job. That’s right—a Blow Job— I’ll bet that just got your
(BTW— if you are under 18 years old— you shouldn’t be
listening to this podcast)
Brian Sloan has made this handy high tech gadget available to the public on Autoblow.com. A recent global crowdfunding effort by more than 5,500 men in 64 countries raised $755,000 to make the Autoblow a reality.
Sex toy inventor Brian Sloan graduated from law school in 2005, but decided he had a greater potential helping people masturbate than he did helping them with their legal problems.
TV personality and gadget maven Steve Greenberg and PR queen Lois Whitman
Hess, Co-Hosts of “Lying on the Beach” podcast, talked to Brian about BJ’s and
It’s a stimulating conversation with a happy ending.
Can a Smart Gadget Give a Better BJ Than a Person?
Dr. Peter Wisch, a prominent New York City dermatologist, left his traditional medical practice a few years ago because he started to get passionate about a holistic approach to healing focusing on channeling. Channeling is a discipline whereby information is obtained from more evolved and enlightened energies to help guide you with regard to various difficult issues and hardships you may be experiencing in life. Many clients have reported positive results from these sessions. TV personality Steve Greenberg and PR expert Lois Whitman, co-hosts of “Lying on the Beach” spoke to Dr. Wisch about the “channeling” process.
Channeling Is Now A More Accepted Discipline To Help You With Life Challenges
Want to learn more about Art? You need to meet Efren Olivares. He was born and raised in Mexico City, in a bilingual and bicultural home, with a Jewish NY Mom and a Mexican Dad.
Efren graduated with honors from the Wharton School, secured an MBA from the U. of Southern California and spent over 20 years as a leader in Pharma, from helping launch Viagra across Latin America to launching Pfizer’s only HIV antiretroviral.
Then Efren re-invented himself.
got a Masters Program in Modern and Contemporary Art from
And now then created an Art Tour Guide business in Manhattan. Efren formed Look@NYArt.com, an art tour service focused on taking both art lovers and beginners to some of the best art shows NY has to offer.
Steve and Lois talk to Efren about Art in NYC. Add Efren’s tours to your must-do list when you visit NYC.
You know when they say you can’t judge a book by its cover? That couldn’t be more true when you meet Trisha Posner, the much respected British non-fiction writer, who lives in Miami Beach along with her very successful author husband Gerald Posner. They look like movie or Broadway stars. They are as fit as fit can be. They are very fashionable and they devote themselves to all kinds of causes.
It difficult to believe that the two of them spend most of their waking hours on research and writing. In recent years, Trisha dominated the headlines worldwide for a book she wrote on her own, The Pharmacist of Auschwitz: The Untold Story (2017). It’s one of the most important books to be published in recent times because it wakes everyone up to how a peaceful world can become a catastrophe in a short period of time.
Trisha is also the author of This is Not Your Mother’s Menopause: One Woman’s Natural Journey Through Change, and No Hormones, No Fear.
TV personality Steve Greenberg and PR expert Lois Whitman-Hess, co-hosts of “Lying on the Beach,” interviewed Trisha about changes in the world that we all should be aware of.
Is “Hate” becoming the new normal? Writer Trish Posner talks about a world that keeps getting scarier
Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill is an actor, singer, dancer, and producer. She has been married to the talented actor, playwright and director Larry Luckinbill for 40 years. They have 5 marvelous children and most recently two amazing grandchildren. Lucie started her career in showbiz as the daughter of the legendary Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. But as we all know, famous parents only takes you so far. Lucie has had a steady career in TV, film, and theatre. What’s even more remarkable is that even though Lucie is now more in demand as ever, she is an extreme activist in both politics and the environment. TV personality Steve Greenberg and PR expert Lois Whitman-Hess, of the Lying on the Beach podcast, recently talked to Lucie about how she successfully does it all.
It’s very possible that one day there is going to be
a movie about Steve Rothaus. If we were smart we would buy the rights right
now. He is a living legend. At the Miami Herald, he became (one of) the first
dedicated LGBT mainstream journalists nearly 20 years ago. He probably was the
first, but Rothaus is too modest to allow us to proclaim that. Rothaus
has been quoted as saying that he wanted “the Herald to be out front, ahead of
all the other news organizations in South Florida in terms of how we covered
the LGBT community and how we treated people.” TV personality Steve Greenberg,
and PR expert Lois Whitman-Hess, of the Lying on the Beach podcast, talked to
Steve about his remarkable barrier breaking career.
A Gay Reporter With A Gay Beat “Made America Gay Again”