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A Moment with the Token in a Post


This week on A Moment in with the Token in a Post-Gentrified Brooklyn, Kathline Chery speaks with Supreme Understanding, author of The Hood Health Handbook. Tune into this episode to hear Supreme Understanding talk about institutionalized racism, and how it affects the health of black and brown communities in the United States. Find out why ...

Episode 2


On this week's episode of A Moment with the Token with Kathline Chery, Kathline speaks with Queen Afua, author of Heal Thyself: For Health and Longevity, expert nutritionist, and herbalist. As many have noted, the book has become one of the most influential health books in recent years. Queen Afua further explains her healthier lifestyle as a ...

Discover Scotch


Discover scotch whiskey with John Campbell of Laphroaig! Laphroaig Distillery was founded in 1815 and is located on the small island of Islay off the coast of Scotland. Learn about the history of scotch, the community of Islay, and find out the best way to enjoy a glass! This program has been brought to you by Whole Foods. "You have to ...

The Lewis Bag


What's a Lewis bag, and how did bartenders implement them in the 19th Century? Tune into this segment to hear HRN's Jack Inslee explain the Lewis bag, and why it's the perfect tool for home bartenders in 2013! This program has been brought to you by Fairway Market. "The Lewis Bag was the preferred method for bartenders to crush ice in ...

Diwali’s Badass Treats


Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is one of the largest celebrations in Hindu communities across the globe. Diwali is traditionally celebrated with four days of lighting lamps, firecrackers, gathering with friends and family as well as distributing and eating a sweets known as mithai. This program has been brought to you by Brooklyn Slate.

Big Apple Crunch


Ever wondered why New York City is known as "The Big Apple?" The term dates back to John Fitzgerald in the 1920s, jazz musicians in the 30s and 40s, and years later around the 70s to encourage tourism. Today, the term is resurrected in the annual Big Apple Crunch, which is an attempt to set the world record for the "Most Participants in an ...

Government Shutdown


In the wake of the government shutdown, the Heritage Radio Network looks into this current event, and how this will affect the current food industry. Although there will still be people to deal with imported food goods and recalls, laboratory research and establishment inspections will be suspended. Meat inspection will continue, but the ...

Marcella Hazan


The food industry mourns Marcella Hazan, who passed away on September 29, 2013. Marcella was an Italian cookery writer who wrote in English. Her cookbooks are credited with introducing the public in the United States and Britain to the techniques of traditional Italian Cooking. She was widely considered by chefs and fellow food writers to be ...