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Happy New Year everyone! To get things going for the first time in the New Year, the Brooklyn Trolley Blogger Mike Lecolant joins Sam for the 68th episode of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast! At 11pm ET, they will discuss a couple Brooklyn neighborhoods Mike has lived in his life: Flatbush and Bensonhurst.
Make sure to join them then!
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!
Robert Christopher Riley hails from the Flatbush section of Brooklyn (NY), but has deep Caribbean roots, as he was raised by his Trinidadian mother and grandmother while having a father from Barbados. Riley is a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School (‘98) where he earned a Regents diploma before attending Lehigh University (’03) in Bethlehem, PA., for his B.A. in Theatre. While attending Lehigh, Riley was cast in the role of ‘Walter Lee’ in the play, “A Raisin in the Sun” and later went on to co-write along with Kashi Johnson (his professor and mentor), “Untold Truths: Why We Always Sit Together”. The play, which was about the minority experience at predominately white institutions of education, received rave reviews and was performed nightly before sold-out audiences at the Touchstone Theatre. After graduation, in the fall of 2003, Riley accepted a full-scholarship to Ohio University’s MFA-Acting Program. While completing his degree (’06), he was cast in several independent films as well as numerous commercials and print ads. Riley continued his career by doing voiceover work for Verizon, the NFL and Rockstar Games, to name a few. Most recently, in April 2012, he was cast as ‘Terrence Wall’ (a series regular) in VH1’s “Hit the Floor”.
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TONIGHT ON GONZO AFTER DARK WE HAVE A VERY VERY ENTERTAINING SHOW LINNED UP FOR YOU ON" THE SUNNY WINTERS SHOW" ... SUNNY HAS A LEGENDARY TALENTED AND GIFTED GUEST HOST REGGAE ARTIST.. HIP HOP ARTIST.. COMEDIAN,, STREET LEGEND , BROOKLYNS OWN, FLATBUSH OWN... SPRAGGA DOLLAH!!!!!!. *INSERT ROUND OF APPLAUSE HERE*...... THIS DUO WILL ATTEMPT TONIGHT TO COVER ALL OF THE TOP 5'S EVER.... TOP 5 RAPPERS, TOP 5 SNACKS, TOP 5 FAST FOODS ETC,, ETC .. WERE DOING THE "PEOPLES CHOICE" AWARDS, STRIGHT FROM THE PEOPLES MOUTH... CALL US UP AT 9 PM... SPRAGA HAS SOME FUNNY ASS STAND UP MATERIAL FOR YOU GOOD PEOPLE TO MAKE YOU LAUGH...
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MERCZ AKILZ a.k.a. Ahmad Kinsey is a rising star who was born and raised in the heart of the EAST-FLATBUSH section of BROOKLYN, NY. Fascinated by the art of hip-hop at an early age MERCZ AKILZ was known as a Solo M.C., until he later joined forces with a few other dope artists, resulting in one of the hottest groups in N.Y.C named
"FIRE AND BRIMSTONE". The group decided to mutually separate in 2013 and all are currently soaring in their personal endeavors. Through all obstacles, MERCZ AKILZ continues to persue his career as a solo artist.
The places listed below are just some of the venues previously booked or places
MERCZ AKILZ has performed:
Warehouse, Club Large, Tropical Reflection, Down Time, Cris music concepts, Flex in Brooklyn, The Lab, Aristocrat, B.E.C, Binghamton Carnival,
Albany Manor, Pyramid, Demararas, Brooklyn college radio, Kingsboro college radio, Allentown P.A, Delaware state University, Hoftra University, Discotheque Nigt Club, Elite Ark, Five Spot, just to name a few! MERCZ AKILZ has s huge social media following and is currently on his way to super star status! He has previously been featured as guest artist on numerous shows including B.C.A.T which is the #1 urban television network for underground artists to gain public notoriety. He has been featured on shows like:
Underground Masters, Bucktown USA, S.O.B's, Don Hill, GIN TV, GIN TV SOUTH. He has performed, as well as attended numerous open mic's from state to state. MERCZ AKILZ has 2 songs currently being played in heavy rotation on Hottalkradio, Empire radio, Fire in the booth radio and thousands of D.J's across the world are spinning MERCZ AKILZ records. One of his current endeavours include collaborations with some heavy hitters, so MERCZ AKILZ will soon be a household name as his popularity is rapidly increasing. He also has current offers which include Label and distribution deals from well known moguls in the industry.
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6:15- Entrepreneurial Consultant, Michelle McClymont.
Michelle McClymont has earned a reputation for being a resource to small businesses during her almost 20 years as a business development professional and was instrumental in transforming the Flatbush Nostrand Commercial District into what it is today. Her greatest passion is to ensure small business owners are always recognized for their contribution in Economic Development and to keep those businesses vibrant and aware of their roles in today’s economy.
Most was born in Brooklyn, New York. Most lived in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from Erasmus Hall High School in 1970. He attended Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, but dropped out before his senior year and moved to California to pursue acting full-time.Following his role as a regular cast member on Happy Days, Most has appeared in other film and television work. Film credits include EDtv (1999), Planting Melvin (2005) and The Great Buck Howard (2008). He also made guest appearances on many TV shows, including CHiPs, Baywatch, The Love Boat, Sliders, Star Trek: Voyager, Diagnosis: Murder and Glee. He also made an appearance on Charles in Charge, alongside his former Happy Days co-star, Scott Baio. He plays a man who has just won the lottery, and as part of the cameo joke, runs up to Scott Baio and waving the winning ticket shouts, "It looks like Happy Days are here again!" He also receives several looks from Scott Baio that suggests familiarity throughout the episode. He is sometimes credited as "Donny Most."Most performed as a voice actor on several Saturday morning cartoon series. Among these roles were: Ralph Malph on The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (1980); Eric the Cavalier in Dungeons & Dragons (1983); and Stiles on Teen Wolf (1986–1989). Most had a cameo as himself in the fifth season Family Guy episode "It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One" in 2007.
The Bedford & Sullivan Podcast is Back! and this time, you need a token.
The Brooklyn CITY Historian Ron Schweiger will join us to discuss the history of the transit system as it pertains to the City of Brooklyn, including the Trolley map that one had to dodge.
So, join us at 11amET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!
The Bedford & Sullivan podcast is back! And heading up the B from Prospect Park (or whatever the line was called back then [more on that later...]) to 155th St where the Giants played at the Polo Grounds. Today, we welcome the legacy of NY/SF Giants owner Horace Stoneham, his granddaughter Jaime Rupert.
Jaime and I will discuss growing up with the Giants name attached to her way of life, talking to and sharing unbelievable life moments with some of the greatest ballplayers of all time, and some of the old-time stories that were passed down to her from her grandfather and others.
So, please, join us at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
The Bedford & Sullivan podcast is back after a long haitus to keep the TV series research process going!
On this week's episode, podcast regular Carl Erskine, formerly of Brooklyn Dodgers pitching fame, will join Clem Labine family friend Rick Elliott, who has written a memoir of his time around Clem. We will discuss Clem, Carl's relationship with the late pitcher and his thoughts on Rick's recollections. Also, with spring training currently in the air, we will discuss what the month was like for Carl back then, and some of the similarities and differences between the eras.
So, join us at 10am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
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