Hot interviews with Very Cool People

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Meet Dr. Sean Patrick Griffin, author of “Gaming The Game: The True Story Behind the NBA Betting Scandal and the Gambler Who Made it Happen” in the latest edition our “Hot Interviews with Very Cool People” podcast.

University of the Sciences President Dr. Philip P. Gerbino reflects on his more than 40 years at the institution.

Meet Joan Carter, the first woman president of the Union League of Philadelphia.

Meet Matt Bergheiser, executive director of the University City District.

Dr. Victor Mair, professor of Chinese Language and Literature at the University of Pennsylvania, on the new “Secrets of the Silk Road” exhibition opening Feb. 5 at the Penn Museum in Philadelphia.

Meet David Eisner, president and chief executive officer of the National Constitution Center.

Timothy Rub, the new Director and CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art talks about the museum's upcoming exhibitions and its plans for the future.

Dr. Karen Wiley Sandler, Chancellor of Penn State University's Abington College, discusses the college's vital role in the region, its place within the university and its exciting future.

Michael Rosenzweig, President and CEO of the National Museum of American Jewish History previews the new home of the museum, set to open this November on Independence Mall.

A candid conversation about gay rights and other issues with Malcom Lazin, executive director of Equality Forum

A preview of the Mann Center's summer season with Mann Center president and CEO Catherine M. Cahill.

Nancy Kolb, president and CEO of the Please Touch Museum, talks about the new museum at Memorial Hall and the need for children to play.

In a candid discussion focusing on “the rest of your life,” Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Sayde Ladov talks about her many interests beyond the practice of law and stresses the need for balance in your life.


Philadelphia Museum of Art curator Joe Rishel talks about the Museum’s big, new “Cezanne and Beyond” exhibit, the role of Cezanne in the birth of modern art and Cezanne’s enduring influence into the 21st century.

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas President Judge Pamela Dembe discusses the challenges now facing the courts as well as what led her to her present position and her plans for the future.

Marlene Olshan, chief executive officer of Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Shanin Specter, an attorney and Big Brother, on how to get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Leadership Series: Maria Quinones-Sanchez, Councilwoman, Philadelphia City Council

Leadership Series: Charles Ramsey, Philadelphia Police Commissioner

Leadership Series: A. Michael Pratt, Chancellor, Philadelphia Bar Association

Leadership Series: Jane Golden, Director, Mural Arts Program

Leadership Series: Sandra Dungee Glenn, Chairwoman, School Reform Commission

Leadership Series: Greg Goldman, CEO, Philadelphia Wireless

Michael Colleran, general manager of KYW television, on high definition TV, new technology and Channel 3's new headquarters.

Nancy Gilboy, President and CEO of the International Visitors Council of Philadelphia talks about the organization's global reach and the philosophy of building bridges with other nations one person at a time.

Bo Hammer, vice president of the Franklin Institute, on the Franklin Awards, the nature of physics and the King Tut exhibit at the Franklin Institute.

Ron Varrial, Editor of Metro newspaper talks about the future of print media and the remarkable success of Metro in Philadelphia and throughout the world.

Jennifer L. Rosato, acting dean and professor of law at Drexel University College of Law.

Philadelphia Business Journal publisher Lyn Kremer and editor Bernie Dagenais on the business climate in Philadelphia.

Former City Managing Director Phil Goldsmith on the state of the city and his diverse career.

Tom Muldoon on his career as president of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau.