The Roots of Soul Food with Carla Hall

Posted May 26, 2017 by brooklynsavvy
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We are excited to announce that this Sunday at 10:00 am, we are kicking off season 12 of Brooklyn Savvy with Carla Hall, who will join Toni and the Savvy panelistas to discuss her journey from a Broadway hopeful to a chef and restaurateur. The Savvy panelistas and crew were warmly welcomed at Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, Carla’s latest enterprise that brings classic southern soul food to Brooklyn’s Waterfront District.

Be sure to tune in this Sunday at 10:00 am to hear the full discussion with Carla Hall, Toni, and the Savvy panelistas. Can’t watch the premiere Sunday morning? Don’t worry! You can catch it again Monday at 7:30 pm and Thursday at 3:00 pm, or visit us online at brooklynsavvytv.com. This episode is just the beginning of a new and exciting season of Brooklyn Savvy!

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DA Ken Thompson Talks About Justice

Posted June 8, 2016 by brooklynsavvy
Categories: Gun pipeline, Illegal guns, Justice, Wrongly Convicted

Is Surrogacy Your Answer for Starting a Family

Posted February 20, 2016 by brooklynsavvy
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Strategic Makeup

Posted December 14, 2015 by brooklynsavvy
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Today on Brooklyn Savvy, Sarah Conley from Style It Online, and Keri Blair from MAC Cosmetics discuss how makeup and fashion can affect your experience in the workplace and beyond. They share makeup tips, key advice, and discuss what looking more fashionable, and stylish can do to your confidence and perception of yourself. How can you transform your look? How do you enhance your natural beauty? Keri and Sarah examine how color, and a combination of factors affect your overall appearance. Join Toni and the Brooklyn Savvy panel as they delve into the world of fashion and makeup, and its effects on women of all ages, at work, dinner or on a night out. Find answers to your questions and concerns on this episode of Brooklyn Savvy.

A Mayor’s Life with The Honorable David Dinkins

Posted November 25, 2015 by brooklynsavvy
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A Mayor's Life -rev from Toni Williams on Vimeo.

The first Black mayor of New York City, David Dinkins, talks to Brooklyn Savvy about his extraordinary journey into public service and how “hopelessly hooked” he’s become. In a very relaxed mode, the former mayor gave interesting details about his governing of the biggest city in the U.S. Dinkins sounds funny at times and emotional occasionally. But the candidness with which the Jersey-born icon of New York expresses his views is telling. He is particular about the opportunities he embraced, the challenges that came along and his legacy. He emphasizes the roles of others in his success, describing himself as the “beneficiary of the hard work done by a lot of people.” Despite all the challenges Dinkins faced, he says being mayor of New York – a city he likens to a “gorgeous mosaic” – is the best job of its kind in the whole world. Mayor Dinkins also talked about his parents, his upbringing and the things that shaped his values. The full conversation, with Toni Williams, is inspired by Dinkin’s book, “A Mayor’s Life: Governing New York’s Gorgeous Mosaic.”

The Big Lie-Motherhood Feminism and the Reality of the Biological Clock

Posted August 31, 2015 by brooklynsavvy
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Tanya Selvaratnam says “for all the news stories about age and infertility, egg freezing, sperm donation, in vitro fertilization, and the like, many women believe in the fantasy that they can become mothers on their own timetables…She goes on to say that thinking you can have kids when you are ready is a flawed belief with devastating consequences. Check out this episode, and let us know what you think.

Brooklyn Savvy airs every Sunday morning on Channel 25 on (Cablevision 22) at 10:00am, and on Thursday at 3:00pm.

State of Nursing with Katie Duke, BSN

Posted November 30, 2014 by brooklynsavvy
Categories: Full Figured Women, Nurse Assaults, Nursing, Uncategorized, Women's Issues


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