Deb Gordon’s guest was LaRue Allen, Executive Director of the Martha Graham Dance Company, which was started in New York by Ms. Graham 89 years ago and is the world’s oldest dance company.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Julie Ratner, founder of the Ellen Hermanson Foundation, named in honor of her younger sister Ellen, who died from breast cancer in 1995 at the age of 42.
The IRS wants to ensure that taxpayers are informed about the option to Free File as an alternative to having to pay to file their federal taxes, and Deb Gordon’s guest was Patricia Svarnas, IRS Field Media Relations Spokesperson for New York and New Jersey.
NYC restaurant Brucie is putting together a special Valentine’s Day couples menu that is completely Kimye themed.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Amanda Munz, founder of The Fashion Foundation – a New York based 501c3 non-profit with the mission to provide school supplies to underserved students to help nurture their education.
Unlike the band’s typical guitar-driven choruses, “Irresistible” uses trumpets to give it a marching band feel.
Queens Borough President Melinda Katz was Deb Gordon’s guest to spotlight Queens and its distinction as the best United States tourist destination for 2015 according to Lonely Planet’s Annual Survey.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Susan Cotten, Director of Development at the Corporate Angel Network (CAN), a 501c3 non-profit founded by cancer survivors in 1981 to provide cancer patients and bone marrow donors, along with a […]
For one night and one night only, Steve Carell joined Jimmy Fallon’s The Ragtime Gals and promptly stole all the thunder.