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The Bedford & Sullivan research process continues, today with a man who knows as much about the Brooklyn Dodgers as anybody!
A fellow friend of Tranquillity Camp, Alan Newmark calls in to discuss items such as growing up in East Flatbush, his favorite player, Jackie Robinson, and some discrepancies he found with the film 42.
So, join us at 10:30AM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Born on July 13, 1986 to Hedda J. Holder & Kenneth G. Durrant. Kenneth Andrew Holder Durrant, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY with Grandma Esther Adams, sister Elisa Headley & cousin, Theophilus London.Performin’ & Writin’ was implanted in me since youth along wit’ my sisters, brother & many cousins playin’ on carnival stages, Performin’ at the Flatbush fare & etc. At the age of 16, I moved to the Poconos, PA wit’ Grandma Esther, Aunt Grace, Sister Elisa & two Cousins KR & Johnny. To All the people around the World, LIVE FREE & WELL. Life is filled wit’ a bunch of weird shit. Make the Money; Don’t let it make you…. LOVE IS LOVE andrewholder.bandcamp.com/ Welcome back Melissa Braverman who will be walking in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer for the 16th year in a row -- in memory of her beloved mother and in honor of the many other relatives who have battled breast cancer. There are more than 2.9 million breast cancer survivors who celebrated another birthday last year because people like you made a donation to the American Cancer Society in support.
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The Bedford & Sullivan podcast returns once more for its latest research session!
On this episode, Greatest Ballpark Ever author Bob McGee joins once more, this time to exclusively talk about Charlie Ebbets and his family, from his beginnings in baseball to buying up the Ebbets Field land, and from pairing up with the McKeever brothers in ownership to the estate battle that raged after his death.
So, join us at 5:30PM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!
Las Vegas is one of the best destinations for summer fun, not to mention being one of America's greatest value destinations. Even though the city doesn't bill itself as a family destination, there's so much that this spectacular city has to offer -- without risking it all! Join hosts Jeremy Krug and Dave Godar for some travel tips to make your vacation to Las Vegas a memorable one!
Our Along the Way... travel segment gets out of the Las Vegas valley and heads up I-15 in search of history, geology, and natural beauty with the diversity found in few other places in the country.
Jeremy & Dave also take a peek at the brand new 2014 Rand McNally Road Atlas and give their review, and in this week's On the Lighter Side we discuss the group of high school students that got booted from an AirTran flight in New York.
It Is Time To Remove The Mask; A Message To The Super Heru's.
Welcome Back to Queen Afua Wednesday. This broadcast will be also be a live video where Queen Afua will be teaching at the Nicholas Brooklyn Bookstore 570 Fulton St. @ Flatbush. You can listen to this broadcast and/or catch it live by following this link below for the payperview.
The ‘frozen zone’ is an arbitrary, official police business-sounding title that has absolutely zero legal merit. It’s something the NYPD made up, just as the ‘First Amendment zone’ is something [Los Angeles Mayor Antonio] Villaraigosa made up to suppress media coverage of the Occupy raids.The people regularly targeted by police harassment and violence, overwhelmingly the city’s poor and minority populations, have taken to the streets to speak out against the
The Underworld Fusionists is a music concept that spans about 4 decades with it's birth in the heart of Flatbush Brooklyn, New York. Collin Young a multi-talented musician will share some of the history of the most creative music and the players that came out of King's County.
Check out some of the clips on youtube of the Uderworld Fusionist at http://www.youtube.com/user/underworldfusionist , and tune in, and call in to share the stories that have never been told about this incredible World of Music !!!
Join us April 7th, 2013 at 6PM- 8PM here on Blogtalkradio.
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900 Seconds 4th Session Toli Nameless, from Paris, France-"Punk Funk meets Afro Beat" Born in Flatbush, Brooklyn to Jamaican parents, music is a matter of breathing in and out. Toli Almasi was named by her godfather, reggae soul super star, Keith Rowe (Stop that Train). Through out her high school years, she created her own niche in acting and musical theatre. After a quick dabble in operatic arts and singing at Carnegie Hall, she then headed for the very rural hills of Vermont. Ther
They say you can take the girl out of Brooklyn, but you can't take Brooklyn out of the girl. Let's Do Lunch! guest Susan Collins is testament to that with her one-woman show You Can Take The Girl Outta of Brooklyn (But You Can't Take Brooklyn Outta The Girl), chronicling her East Flatbush upbringing and adventures in the music business through words and music. Susan joins host Robin Milling over lunch at Cornelia Street Cafe, just blocks away from where she got her start, Cafe Wha
Entertainment! Writer's Showcase! La Pregunta! AND YOU! Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Producer, and Composer. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of three, Paulleo Davis began singing in church, dancing and pop locking in the streets of Flatbush Ave. At the ripe age of seven, he won his first talent show. It was the glitter glove one and moonwalk on television that summer, inspiring Paulleo to know who and what he wanted to become, an Entertainer. Emm