Is your insurance giving you a hard time? Is your mortgage through the roof? Is “adulting” just not going well for you? Well, #HipNJ might just have the answer you’re looking for. Vivian Gaspar’s “Stop My Crisis” is your ultimate guide to survival when life just isn’t going right. Gaspar, both an author and producer, paid a visit to the studio to tell us a little more about her book and talk show of the same name.
Of the large selection of crisis topics that she covers, Gaspar said, “There’s something for everyone, including billionaires.”
Impressed with Gaspar’s experience and expertise, co-producer Ron Rossinick, who also came to the studio, reached out to Gaspar in hopes of co-producing the talk show. Gaspar has been involved in television since 2003 while Rossinick has sufficient backgrounds in video production and business, so their abilities came together well. They enjoy the creative freedom and control that comes with co-producing “Stop My Crisis.”
So you want to stop your crisis? You can view “Stop My Crisis” Thursday nights at 10:00 p.m. and Friday mornings at 9:30 a.m. on princetontv.org. The broadcasts are also archived on YouTube, Vimeo and soon on Apple TV.
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Trotter speaks about his daily gig with Jimmy Fallon. “It’s a blessing. It is a wonderful gift that allows us to interact with the artists that we have always idolized,” he states.
The Roots seems to be the perfect fit for “The Tonight Show.” “We occupy a very unique place in pop culture,” Trotter says. “We’ve always been recognized as the glue that holds together all these different worlds.”
What’s something about Jimmy Fallon that we may not know? “Jimmy is the nicest person in show business that I have interacted with.” Trotter has been in the business for some time, and says that Fallon has always come from a sincere place.
Trotter created GrassROOTS Community Foundation, a nonprofit to service communities in both New Jersey and Philadelphia to promote the health of women and girls.
The Roots transcend age and genre, and continue to do so every night on “The Tonight Show.” To learn more about them, head over to their website. To learn more about GrassROOTS Community Foundation, click here.