King County Superior Court Judge Samuel Chung prohibited a student at Ingraham High School Tuesday from purchasing or possessing firearms, after the student told a psychologist he was mentally preparing to commit a school shooting on the Eastside. However, the student's father declined to hand over his own firearms to police for safekeeping.
Interview by MikalaTV https://www.instagram.com/_mikalatv_ We recently sat down with emerging Detroit artist DaeMoney for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he discussed being from the Eastside and Westside, living a flashy life from a very young age, the importance of keeping yourself as a man, growing up around his uncle Babyface Ray, being in the studio at the age of 6 and getting into the booth, Babyface Ray & Peezy writing his raps when he was younger, releasing his first single when he was 15, taking a break from rapping due to those he was hanging around at the time, his grind as he worked his way up in music, moving to Ohio and having to make a way for himself, World Tour Mafia, the significance of his tape Slay Season 2, his upcoming project, and more!
Happy Sunday, Eastside! We're so glad you've joined us for church this morning! This week Pastor Jun Kwak opens our series on "The Story", as we start Advent and the beginning of our Christmas series. We hope you are challenged and encouraged by this weeks' message.New to Eastside? We want to hear from you! Fill out a connection card: https://bit.ly/3iAv86m
Interview by Haze https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall Recently we sat down with Detroit's Boldy James fro an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about currently being on the NBA Leather tour with Action Bronson & Earl Sweatshirt, growing up on the Eastside & Westside of Detroit, jumping off the porch in the 4th grade, his dad being a cop when he was growing up, the new generation in Detroit not having morals, social media's impact on the streets, starting his rap career with Chuck Inglish (his cousin) of the Cool Kids, clears up when he said he could drop 81 points on Jalen Rose, compares the streets to the music industry, his first 2 singles “JIMBO” & “I Sold Dope All My Life” 2011, coming up during the blog era, not reading comments online, his debut tape Trappers Alley, not seeing his real breakthrough until he signed with Mass Appeal, being one of the first street rappers from Detroit to sign a deal, the new wave of Detroit rappers blowing up the past couple years & not getting involved in other rapper's issues, having his own sound, his debut album ‘My 1st Chemistry Set' produced by Alchemist that dropped in 2013, the creative process when working with Alchemist, his career having a resurgence in 2020, having a love for music & never felt like giving up, explains how he got locked in with Griselda , his song “300 Fences” being about a true story, fatherhood, shares advice for the youth, him & Alchemist dropping Bo Jackson trading cards, plans for 2022, and much more!
[REBROADCAST FROM APRIL 26, 2022] Little Ukraine has been a staple of the Lower East Side of Manhattan for over 100 years. While the neighborhood has far less residents with Ukrainian heritage than in the past, classic New York establishments like Veselka on 2nd Avenue and 9th Street serve as a reminder of the rich Ukrainian history in the community. Recently Christopher Bonanos, city editor for New York Magazine, wrote a cover story about the history of Little Ukraine, how much it's changed since the initial wave of Ukrainian immigrants settled in the area, and what the neighborhood means in the context of Russia's attack on Ukraine in the present day. Plus, we'll take your calls.
Interview by MikalaTV https://www.instagram.com/_mikalatv_/ We recently sat down with Detroit's very on AllStar JR for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he discussed his life on the Eastside of Detroit growing up, recalls his traumatic experience of being shot this past September, the ambulance never coming, his cameraman also getting hit by a bullet, his recovery process from the shooting, having to have his jaw wired shut, dealing with PTSD, jumping off the porch at an early age, taking his rap career serious in 2017, dropping his first tape, getting locked up for scamming, his PO officer letting him focus on his music career, self reflecting on his success as an artist, mixing friends with business, his new release “Through The Wire” dropping his new EP this Summer, thoughts on dating as a rapper and much more!
To wrap up our 15th anniversary celebration -- and to set up our big 400th episode -- we take a fond look at one corner of New York City which taught us to love local history.Perhaps you know this area for Seward Park, the first municipal playground in the United States, or for Straus Square, named for Nathan Straus, philanthropist and co-owner (with his brother Isidor) of Macy's Department Store. Today, trendy artists and influencers instead spend their weekends in Dimes Square, just one block (and seemingly one world) away.In the 19th century, as Rutgers Square, this area became a small portion of a large German immigrant community called Kleindeutschland. In an inconceivable historical moment, a statue was almost raised here -- to William 'Boss' Tweed, leader of Tammany Hall.By the late 19th century, this place was the center for American Jewish culture, and East Broadway became Yiddish publishers row, hosting newspapers and magazines from a host of perspectives. In the 20th century, thanks to a mid-century housing boom (fueled partially by the labor unions firmly rooted to this place), some also called it Cooperative Village, with hundreds of old, deteriorating tenements replaced with new high rises.It's a neighborhood that means so much to so many -- and we hope you learn to love it all yourself, no matter what you call it. PLUS: We're join by staff members of the Forward, celebrating its 125th year of publication. Forward archivist Chana Pollack joins us along with Ginna Green and Lynn Harris, hosts of the the newspaper column-turned-podcast version A Bintel Brief.
The Break Room (TUESDAY 11/22/22) 9am Hour Includes: 1) Is this muddy mess a West Side problem, or do you see it as more of an East Side activity? 2) What is the maximum amount of time you're willing to let an out of town family member stay at your home?
Whether you remember one building as RC's Bar and the other as Clutch, La Piazza, Glass Nickel Pizza, Buddha Lounge, Node Coffee Shop or the original home of OnMilwaukee.com, this pair is packed with memories. Take one last "look" this week at these North Side buildings as demolition is underway. Read more at OnMilwaukee: https://onmilwaukee.com/articles/1504-e-north-avenue-spelunkinghttps://onmilwaukee.com/articles/rcs-last-look
As we kick off our first Sunday at Eastside we continue in our Uniquely Jesus series. This week we study the story of Peter walking on water. Peter, though having enough faith to get out of the boat and walk on water, didn't have enough faith to keep him there! What does it look like to truly have faith in Jesus, and how does this prepare us for the storms and trials in our lives? Join us as we continue to fix our eyes on Jesus together.
Happy Sunday, Eastside! We're so glad you've joined us for church this morning! This week Pastor Russ concludes our series 'My Story', as we dive into what stories are in our community. We hope you are challenged and encouraged by this weeks' message.New to Eastside? We want to hear from you! Fill out a connection card: https://bit.ly/3iAv86m
Interview by Manny Akiio https://www.instagram.com/mannyakiio We recently sat down with clothing brand owner Capo Staxkz for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our discussion he talked about growing up on the Eastside of Atlanta, jumping off the porch, getting locked up when he was 13, being charged with murder, being on the run, having to sit in jail for 5 years, getting out of the streets when he came home, starting his brand & clothing line MADE with his brother, reveals what MADE stands for, Eldorado Red supporting the brand, where to purchase the merch from, items available right now, challenges that come along with starting a new brand, doing a giveaway for the less fortunate, goals for the brand, advice for other upcoming brands, fatherhood, and much more!
You might not know who Jeff Meilander is, but you're likely aware of his work. As the owner, founder and jack of all trades at Redwall Screen Printing, Meilander's company has made merchandise for professional sports franchises, multinational corporations and countless bands and brands from all over the country. Currently, Redwall calls a 100,000-square-foot building in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, its home. However, Meilander's super successful screen printing business actually started in the basement of his then-apartment on Milwaukee's East Side ... and his personal musical history has a lot to do with the life-changing venture. A couple months ago, My First Band host Tyler Maas went to Redwall to catch up with Meilander. While there, the two talked about what the business has been up to the past few years, working together on Milwaukee Record apparel and other exciting aspects of his ever-evolving operation. Along the way, Meilander talked about how his time in punk and hardcore bands like Linoleum and Seven Days Of Samsara incited his printing passion, how the money-saving measure unexpectedly morphed into a legitimate business, and how he balanced the growing endeavor while playing with Bosio and Spitalfield. Oh, and Maas talked about working at Redwall for a couple of years and his own printing experience he learned from Meilander! My First Band is sponsored by Mystery Room Mastering and Lakefront Brewery. The show is edited by Jared Blohm. You can listen to My First Band on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and wherever else you get podcasts. You can also listen to rebroadcasts of previous My First Band episodes on WMSE every Wednesday from noon to 12:30 p.m. CST. Music used in this episode comes courtesy of Devils Teeth ("The Junction Street Eight Tigers'') and Seven Days Of Samsara (''New Anthem For The T-Shirt Revolution'').
Interview by Haze https://www.instagram.com/mike_tall Recently we linked with Baltimore rapper Young Moose for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our sit down he talked about life in Baltimore, growing up on the Eastside, suing the police department, the officer that arrested him was sentenced to 18 years in prison, the police harassing his family, the Freddie Gray riots, being featured in HBO series about police brutality in Baltimore, what motivated him to start rapping, his first big song, explains how he linked with Boosie, being featured in Boosie's movie ‘My Struggle', their upcoming collab project, his transition from the streets into the music industry, the music scene in Baltimore right now, his music videos for “Top N Bottom”, “The Rules” & “History”, upcoming solo project ‘My Life Story', fatherhood, and much more!
Greetings from the Lower East Side! Clayton Patterson has been documenting, filming, and photographing the Lower East Side since the 1980s. His archive contains tens of thousands of photos of residents, events, and New York City history. Clayton is well known for filming the police brutality in response to the Tompkins Square Park protests. We spoke about his introduction to the hardcore music scene, his photography, the changing landscape of New York City, his work in the world of tattooing, and much more. Check out Clayton Patterson: http://www.claytonpattersonles.com/ https://www.instagram.com/claytonles/ https://patterson.no-art.info/ The Voyages of Tim Vetter: https://linktr.ee/thevoyagesoftimvetter www.patreon.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter https://www.instagram.com/thevoyagesoftimvetter/
Interview by Manny Akiio https://www.instagram.com/mannyakiio We recently plugged with Orlando rapper Ratchet for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about life in Orlando, coming from the Eastside, being featured on “Warlando” that went viral, explains how he got his rap name, his thoughts on the rap game right now, the music scene in Orlando right now, working with Peso Peso on “40 In My Pants”, his music video for “Juice”, being the “Remix God”, his “Back In Blood” remix getting over 250k views, the grind that comes with being an independent artist, and much more!
Interview by Manny Akiio https://www.instagram.com/mannyakiio Recently we sat down with Atlanta native 4L G5ive for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about growing up on the Eastside, Paradise East, jumping off the porch, going to prison for 5 years, the biggest lesson he learned by going to prison, his brother Young Nudy starting to rap while he was locked up, what motivated him to start making music when he came home from prison, rappers chasing clout, his new project ‘6 Sh*t', working with SG Tip on “If You Scared”, upcoming PDE compilation tape, upcoming tour with Young Nudy, and much more!
Happy Sunday, Eastside! We're so glad you've joined us for church this morning! This week Pastor Russ continues our series 'My Story', as we dive into what stories are in our community. We hope you are challenged and encouraged by this weeks' message.New to Eastside? We want to hear from you! Fill out a connection card: https://bit.ly/3iAv86m
KuiET shares the stoke about growing up on The East Side, falling in love with the beach as a Cougar and growing as an entrepreneur in the music industry in Ventura Let's go with another awesome podcast with Spencer & Spence!
Eastside Golf's, Olajuwon Ajanaku & Earl Cooper, sits down with Marco Negrete to talk about their upcoming Jordan Brand off the course and on the course golf collaboration. Olajuwon and Earl also share some entrepreneurship advice for all the young professionals out there chasing their dreams!
Ebro in the Morning sits down with Olajuwon Ajanaku and Earl Cooper to discuss their company Eastside Golf, and how they are using the opportunity to make Golf more popular in black and brown communities. They discuss their signature Jordans, Ebro and Rosenberg's golf game, & more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Mosaic of CourageI remember September 11, 2001, like it was yesterday. I remember exactly where I was when I turned on the television to watch the morning news anchors on ABC7 in Manhattan. They were telling us that we were indeed under a terrorist attack and that we should get out of Manhattan if we could. Things were happening so rapidly that even as the news anchors issued those dire words, their instructions became obsolete as all traffic in and out of The City came to a grinding halt. Not knowing what to do, I joined the thousands of workers being evacuated from high rise office buildings all over the city and got swept up into the teeming masses of people flooding the streets of Midtown, Uptown and Downtown. The East Side and the West Side. From Battery Park to Washington Heights. My friend Cheryl Rogers later told me that she had walked from her office in Chelsea all the way to the Brooklyn Bridge and crossed over on foot to get home to her cat Cookie. In the days that followed, we New Yorkers, like the rest of the world remained inside, glued to the television. I watched the local News One a lot those first few days, and ABC7, because they were giving us the local, inside scoop. And we needed practical information – like where to go to get food and water. And where people could go to get information on the missing and the dead. On that day, Liz Brunner sat at the anchor desk at ABC-TV, WCVB NewsCenter 5 in Boston, MA - that city's top-rated newscast. Liz was the voice of reason, calm and a face that Bostonians all knew they could trust to tell them what was happening. The facts. 12 years later, on April 15, 2013, she would assume the seat at the anchor desk again, as this time terror visited the city of Boston directly with the Boston Marathon Bombing, and the chase for the bombers that ensued in the following days. When she talks about both events, her journalistic resolve melts as her eyes soften. The humanity of the person shines through. It was that tangible humanity that drew viewers to her during her 28-year career in front of the camera. It is that humanity that draws people to her today in her role of executive communications coach for people looking to raise their lives and their careers to the next level of success, or is it greatness?To sit in the anchor desk with integrity and hold the emotions and expectations of a city or a nation is not easy work. It is the work of the courageous. Courage is a word that comes up often in my conversation with Liz because it is a guiding principle of her life and the many lives she has lived: reporter and anchor, teacher, professional singer, and now entrepreneur. That courageousness has come to her from her ancestors, some who crossed over on the Mayflower and some who lived on the distant continent of India. Both meet in her, creating a legacy that is both improbable and at the same time wholly American. Her thoughts on the rich mosaic of her life? They are found in her latest book Dare to Own You. Every leap of faith in your life takes tremendous courage. Every new chapter that you write for yourself requires you not to be afraid. Vulnerability is an earned gift that you bestow to others, not something to be frivolously given away. Liz on IG Patrick's WebsitePatrick on FacebookPatrick on IGAt the Podium on IGPatrick on LinkedInFor more information contact Patrick at email@example.com
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Let's flash back to Budapest Hungary in 1944 where a little baby boy named Gabor lay crying in his crib. He wouldn't stop. Couldn't stop. His mother called the doctor who said, “All my Jewish babies are crying”. Nazis had taken over the country and killed Gabor's grandparents in Auschwitz. Gabor's dad was put into forced labor and his aunt was missing. Today we understand that Gabor was experiencing trauma through his mother's stress. His father thankfully returned after the war and when he was 12 years old, the family moved to Canada. Gabor went to the University of British Columbia before becoming a high school english teacher through the 60s and early 70s and then returned to university to become a doctor in 1977. Gabor spent over 20 years practicing family and palliative care medicine in the downtown Eastside of Vancouver -- a neighbourhood with one of the world's highest concentrations of drug addiction. Today Gabor is the bestselling author of In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts, Close Encounters with Addiction, When the Body Says No, Scattered Minds, Hold Onto Your Kids, and his brand new New York Times bestseller The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and Healing in a Toxic World. I bought the book when it came out from Caversham Booksellers, which is North America's largest mental health bookstore and located in downtown Toronto. They told me Gabor had been by many times and proudly had all his books in the front window. I cracked it open and couldn't stop reading. Gabor is entrancing, passionate, and wise and I was thrilled to sit down with him at Penguin Random House headquarters during the Canadian leg of his international book tour. We discuss: play, love, Jordan Peterson, innocence, attachment parenting, Winnie the Pooh, father-son relationships, identifying and healing from trauma, curiosity and living, shifting attitudes, formative books, and much, much more… This conversation is a journey I don't think you'll soon forget. I find myself thinking about it nearly every day. Let's flip the page into Chapter 115 now… What You'll Learn: Why is loss of innocence so poignant? Why should we not give up play? How is love manifested? What is attachment parenting? Why is our culture so toxic? Why must we let kids manifest the full range of their emotions? How do you develop a strong father/son relationship? What is trauma? How can we begin healing from trauma? How can we build better connections with our children? How can we make sure we are meeting our children's needs? How do we balance curiosity and life? How should we choose to live? How can we learn to shift our attitudes towards events? You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://www.3books.co/chapters/115 Leave us a voicemail. Your message may be included in a future chapter: 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Sign up to receive podcast updates here: https://www.3books.co/email-list 3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover and discuss the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter discusses the 3 most formative books of one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Brené Brown, David Sedaris, Malcolm Gladwell, Angie Thomas, Cheryl Strayed, Rich Roll, Soyoung the Variety Store Owner, Derek the Hype Man, Kevin the Bookseller, Vishwas the Uber Driver, Roxane Gay, David Mitchell, Vivek Murthy, Mark Manson, Seth Godin, Judy Blume and Quentin Tarantino. 3 Books is published on the lunar calendar with each of the 333 chapters dropped on the exact minute of every single new moon and every single full moon all the way up to 5:21 am on September 1, 2031. 3 Books is an Apple "Best Of" award-winning show and is 100% non-profit with no ads, no sponsors, no commercials, and no interruptions. 3 Books has 3 clubs including the End of the Podcast Club, the Cover to Cover Club, and the Secret Club, which operates entirely through the mail and is only accessible by calling 1-833-READ-A-LOT. Each chapter is hosted by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome, The Happiness Equation, Two-Minute Mornings, etc. For more info check out: https://www.3books.co
Interview by Manny Akiio https://www.instagram.com/mannyakiio We recently linked with Chicago rapper Lo-Slime for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our conversation he talked about life in Chicago, growing up on the Eastside, jumping off the porch, getting arrested for murder when he was 16, fighting the case for over 6 years, making music before he got locked up, explains his rap name, having a label offer when he was 15, feeling like he is blackballed, thoughts on the rap game right now, Chicago's impact & influence, his recent project ‘Sensei', upcoming music, his label NoGoodMonopoly, and much more!
Happy Sunday, Eastside! We're so glad you've joined us for church this morning! This week Pastor Russ continues our series 'My Story', as we dive into what stories are in our community. We hope you are challenged and encouraged by this weeks' message. New to Eastside? We want to hear from you! Fill out a connection card: https://bit.ly/3iAv86m