Building with Your Competitor

John Sherwin and Jai Jung Kim, co-founders of HYDRANT, were each on their own path building hydration powders to take on Gatorade and the sports/energy drink categories.


The History and Art of Tailgating

What do football games, concerts, NASCAR, and similar outdoor gatherings have in common? Tailgate parties, or  "tailgating" as it's commonly called.


Sweltering Spring, Venezuela Falls Short, and Michelin Chinese

Mike is back in New York but doesn't bring any better news with this sweltering, sudden heat. And Patrick and Erica bring mixed news of robots that pre-tenderize your meat, a potential Ve...


The Biggest Loser, New York Honey, and We've Got Beef with Steroids

Patrick returns this week on HRN News to report on the net loss for The Biggest Loser winner, and Erica talks about another reason to avoid HFC, but a good reason to substitute with New Y...


Something Winter This Way Comes

Winter shoe woes? Never fear! Ask a Clean Person has you covered as Jolie Kerr is in studio with Dave Lozo chatting all the ways to take care of your footwear throughout the cold and snow...


Team Sports and Kitchen Cohorts with Wylie Dufresne

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Hockey Talk

This week on Ask a Clean Person, host Jolie Kerr is suiting up and heading to the ice with guest Dave Lozo. Dave has covered hockey for NHL.com and Bleacher Report for eight years and he ...


JJ Johnson

This week on WORD OF MOUTH, host Leiti Hsu is on the line with Jessica Tom, author of Food Whore: A Novel of Dining and Deceit. Describing lead character Tia Monroe, who moves to New York...


Walmart's Animal Welfare Position & More

Keeping strong with the exploration of the meat industry in collaboration with Slow Food USA, on The Farm Report this week Erin Fairbanks is on the line with Gabriel Krenza of both the Na...