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Tony Danza, 'The Good Cop'
Tony Danza keeps his name for nearly ever role he plays, so naturally he stars as "Tony" on the new Netflix series "The Good Cop." On this episode, he talks about being a Tony throughout his career and what it's like working with Josh Groban. Check out our other podcasts: http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa * ABOUT PETER TRAVERS: Peter Travers an American film critic, author and journalist. For some 25 years, Travers has written for Rolling Stone. He personally screens nearly 400 movies per year and releases weekly reviews. Travers is the nation's most blurbed film critic, according to eFilmCritic.com. Travers is also host of ABC's "Popcorn With Peter Travers," where he interviews actors, directors and Broadway performers about their roles and their lives. Popcorn on Twitter: http://abcn.ws/2gGYRiD Popcorn on Facebook: http://abcn.ws/2f3iHDw Popcorn on YouTube: http://abcn.ws/2gyswtx Popcorn on Instagram: http://abcn.ws/2fC0Ak2
Aired 9 months ago 45:25
Investment Insight with Alan Grodin
In this episode we dive deep into investment insight, on how to save for your future. The People Helping People podcast is back after a long break.Â Over the last year, I went to Give Back Hack up in Cleveland, and pitched an idea to start a t-shirt screen printing company to employ youth experiencing homelessness.Â The idea was selected, a team was formed, and we launched Wild Tiger Tees. Working in partnership with the Star House, we're helping mentor and employ youth in the Columbus area. The youth that we work with are amazing - they're all quite different with each navigating their own challenging situation - and usually without family or mentors giving them feedback or direction. So, I was excited to recored a podcast with a long-time friend, and New Yorker, Alan Grodin, founder of Northern State Financial.Â He has a career in financial services, but has been giving back by teaching youth about finance and saving... so I was curious what he does. Alan started his financial services right on the precipice of the tech bubble... and weathered the storm in 2008, when the average stock lost 40% of its value.Â He speaks about good savings habits -- but what struck me is that his core message was to build the habit.Â In your 20s and 30s, even if you can just save $50 a month - itâ€™s giving you the mindset you need to be successful later on.Â On the flip side, he warns to never be fooled by credit cards, and to learn how to use them as tool to only spend what you have... never to accumulate debt with them, because their interest rates are so high that it becomes a very ineffective method of managing your money. I didnâ€™t know this, but when selecting a financial advisor, you can search on FINRA -- (I even checked out Alan) and advisors with more complaints, or those that move between jobs more often, should be treated with suspect. The podcast is packed full of investment advice, and is a great starting point if you have no idea about saving for your future, so tune in!
Aired 5 months ago 76:57
Well now we got bad blood, cause CHRIS, see...he's one of those people who LOVES 'Ishtar' and thinks it's a misunderstood classic of epic comedic proportions, and Jason is one of those rational, thinking humans who understands intuitively (ok after watching only 45 minutes of it) that it's a colossal failure.Â Also, Chris quotes Hamlet in defense of the also-maligned 1970's failed musical '1776' on the occasion of its cynical rising-from-the-dead in forthcoming new production, we debut our awesome new Columbo Cinematic Universe sound effect, rave about how Slackers are back, and hear all about how Chris was able to attend a once-in-a-lifetime screening and discussion of 'Apocalypse Now: The I-Can't-Stop-Messing-With-This-Film-Edition' with Steven Soderbergh and Francis Ford Coppola while Jason went to a penguins movie with his daughter.Â ALSO: The return of '1776: The Musical', the childhood tv magic of '3-2-1 Contact' and more.