June 20, 2013
NJ TODAY WITH MIKE SCHNEIDER
Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm
Tune-in weeknights for news from across the state. Tonight’s coverage includes (subject to change):
- James Gandolfini’s death
- Buono at Women’s Lobby Day
- A look at infrastructure problems in the state
- An interview with NJ’s Sierra Club director
Highlights from this week’s news include:
- Rise in Heroin Use Reaches a Crisis Point in Ocean County
- DEP Commissioner Discusses New Flood Maps, Home Buyouts
- Teacher Assessment Will Be Focus of NJEA’s New Chief
- Officials Try to Curb Carjackings in Newark, But Residents Say They See Few Results
- Tuition Equality Act Would Let Undocumented Students Pay In-State Tuition Rates for College
- Cory Booker Touts Mayoral Accomplishments, Prefers November Special Election
- Pallone Says Booker’s “Cozy Relationship” with Christie Has Not Done Much for Newark
- Stop FEMA Now Founder Says New Flood Maps a Good Start
STATE OF THE ARTS
- Pulitzer prize-winning author Junot Díaz on his fascination with New Jersey
- Legendary jazz guitarists Bucky and John Pizzarelli play a special date together at Madison’s Shanghai Jazz, rated one of the top 100 jazz clubs in the world
- A visit to the studios of the “father of contemporary glass paperweights” Paul Stankard and his daughter Katherine Stankard Campbell
ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO
Friday, 6/21 at 7pm & 11:30pm
- Jacqui Cooke, Senior Producer, “One-on-One” and Rich Tricarico, Jacqui’s Fiancé, who met online, talk about the do’s and don’ts for online dating.
- Mark Simone, Radio Host, WOR Radio 710, shares his passion for his job and for dealing with the biggest news issues of the day.
- Lisa Walker, Managing Director, Newman’s Own Foundation, explains the philanthropic focus of this non-profit, which funds programs that feed the hungry, support kids with serious illnesses and institutions like public television.
ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON
Saturday, 6/22 at 2pm; Sunday 6/23 at 10am
On The Record spotlights New Jersey’s political news-makers- how they voted, what they’re trying to accomplish, what their values are, and where they come from figuratively and literally.
Budget Talk With Trenton Leaders
Asm. Vincent Prieto (D)/Chairman, Budget Committee
Asm. Declan O’Scanlon (R)/Budget Officer
Senator Loretta Weinberg (D)/Majority Leader
Sen. Samuel Thompson (R)/District 12
Plus, a segment of Governors’ Perspectives with Kent Manahan, featuring discussion with former NJ Governors Brendan Byrne and Tom Kean.
REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON
Saturday, 6/22 at 5:30pm, Sunday, 6/23 at 9am
Veteran journalist Michael Aron sits down to talk headlines with news-breaker guests. This week, Aron is joined by:
Alfred Doblin/The Record of Bergen County
John Mooney/NJ Spotlight
Melissa Hayes/The Record of Bergen County
David Matthau/Townsquare Media
Monday, 6/24 at 6:30am
- Steven Fulop, Mayor-Elect of Jersey City, NJ talks about his plans for his upcoming term as Mayor, including cleaning up the ethical standards in a city that has been marred by scandal and corruption as well as expanding after-school programs and improving teacher training.
- John J. Clancy, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Community Education Centers, discusses how they can better serve the people in the re-entry process through programs like “aftercare” and addiction education and counseling.
- Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., Founder, Road to Recovery, is a survivor of sexual abuse and provides emotional, psychological, financial, and spiritual assistance to survivors of sexual abuse at the hands of the clergy.
CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY WITH STEVE ADUBATO
Sunday, 6/23 at 8:30am
- David Alfonse, Instructor of Computer Aided Design at Marine Academy of Science and Technology, talks about cutting-edge technology his students are using to catalog their projects online in areas such as oceanography, marine biology and engineering.
- Casey Crabill, Ed.D., President, Raritan Valley Community College, talks about the importance of Higher education and K-12 schools working together to ensure that students are prepared for college.
- Bryan Pfister, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering at NJIT, discusses ways he is trying to understand the mechanics behind brain injury to learn how to treat it.
For More Information on Caucus Educational Corporation programs,
Sunday, 6/23 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 6/25 at 11:30pm
The Great Migration
It’s one of this country’s most important stories, yet it’s not taught in our schools … and it’s rarely been told.It’s the story of a vast migration of 6 million African-Americans – former slaves, their children and their grandchildren – escaping the terror and humiliation of the South, hoping to finally find freedom in the North.
Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Isabel Wilkerson says her monumental book, “The Warmth of Other Suns,” was her attempt to honor more than a half-century of the difficult flight to freedom. Sandy King and Ray Brown talk to Wilkerson about the 2,000 interviews and 13 years that went into her groundbreaking work. Their conversation ranges from the horrors of the Jim Crow South to the implications for social justice today.