radio dial

June 20

June 20th, 2008

Please do let us know what you think. Rants, raves, and comments in all sizes and shapes are encouraged and will make us very happy. Sharing our site with your family and friends will bring you good luck and will also make us very happy.

Now, go have a listen. Now. Go now. Listen

Listen Up

May 31st, 2008

So, you were on Neighborhood Public Radio a few weeks ago and you’ve been telling all your friends how cool it was. And, of course, you want to share the fruits of your labors with your friends and every member of your extended family but you don’t know how to do it. Fret not, I’ll hold your hand and the lead the way.

First, if you’re not on the blog – find the ”blog” link and click it. Once you’re on the blog you’ll see a box on the right side of the screen with a little button that says “search” beside it. Type the date your show aired or the name of your show (or your friend’s show, or your mother’s show, or the nice Whitney guards show,…) into the box. Now press the search button. The screen will now say, “Search Results”. If you’re lucky, there will be a list of dates on the left side of the screen above the titles of the shows that aired on those days. You’re almost there, now click on the date. Once you’ve located the show you want to listen to you have two choices. You may click on the arrow or “(mp3)”, either one should allow you to listen to the desired show. Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy. After you’ve had a listen please let us know what you think.

If you love the show and want it for your very own (and you have a mac), scroll over the “(mp3)” then press ”ctrl” and click. You will see a pop-up window, click on “Download Linked File As”. This will let you name the file and save it to you very own computer.

Don’t forget to tell us know what you think.

Goodbye New York

May 31st, 2008

Goodbye red carpet, goodbye little cubbies, goodbye loud bus noises, goodbye friendly and helpful Whitney guards, goodbye Pastrami Queen, goodbye Upper East Side, goodbye to every person who set foot in our little store front at 941 Madison Avenue, goodbye New York.