House sits down with Wall Street Journal writer Jason Gay to talk about his latest story, “Confession of a Burned-Out Quarantine Chief.” They also discuss what they hope will be a revival of the restaurant industry post–COVID-19, along with how the social media age of excess will fade away.
A Restaurant Revival, the Problems With Social Media, and Surviving As a Quarantine Chef With Jason Gay
On what they hope will be a revival of the restaurant industry post–COVID-19
Kyrie is on his way to the Mavs, but the bigger shoe has yet to drop. Two writers wade through the wreckage in a discussion about the Brooklyn Nets’ plans, what Durant wants, and the ever-shifting winds of the NBA trade deadline.
The Memphis Grizzlies’ young nucleus has taken another leap this season, but are they good enough to get the Grizzlies to the Finals? With so many prospects and picks and the deadline looming, the temptation to deal could be strong.
Olsen has made great strides as part of Fox’s no. 1 NFL broadcast crew. But that position was never guaranteed, especially not after Brady’s retirement.
Dissecting the D’s in Philly and K.C. Plus, the Derek Carr Conundrum, the Panthers’ Rising Stock, and More Big Takeaways Heading Into Super Bowl LVII.
Sheil and Ben also discuss how the Broncos’ hiring of Sean Payton could signal that the arrow is pointing up in Denver
Jason is joined by Kristian Winfield from the New York Daily News after the Nets traded Kyrie Irving to the Mavs