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The New York Dose

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Society & Culture

TNYD is a podcast co-hosted by two NYC natives as they navigate their creative/artist lives in the concrete jungle while collecting stories, sharing lessons learned & analyzing society with featured celebrities, rising stars, entrepreneurs & everyday humans of the Big Apple. Become a Paid Subscriber for exclusive/private episodes catered to YOU!:


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5 out of 5 stars from 63 ratings
  • 86 the United Nations

    And while we're at it do away with this so called human rights expert. Prosecuting religious organizations in a foolish attempt to end racism. Do you really think banning religion can change people's hearts? Good luck with the Islamic countries under Sharia Law, lol. This guy is putting out a spoof piece, right? This is supposed to be funny, I get it now

    United Statesa year ago
  • Poor substitute for NYT digest pulled 1/1/2022

    Audible recently (1/1/2022) dropped the WaPost and NYT digests from their catalog. I’ll be transitioning full time to NPR / NPROne app and BBC radio for my listening to news. A real shame as the Two Digests were really well done. Despite some overlap it was good to get different viewpoints from WP and NYT. Poor on production and not nearly the breadth of topics that we once enjoyed.

    Amazon Customer
    United Statesa year ago
  • boring!

    Starts offwith commercials- ugh. Immediate turnoff.Slow speaking,drawn out. important perspective but very slanted. Not the broad coverage we want/expect from the NYT.

    Marianne M.
    United Statesa year ago
  • Keeping It Real

    I’m listening to this as a former guest and a fan of podcast. This is real people having real, relatable conversations. The vibe in each episode is different but it feels like your talking to your good friends at brunch, lunch or dinner.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

    truth... very good overview of the whole situation including the political situation . Easy to listen too.

    David C. Hall
    United States2 years ago

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