Today we talk about the new project Nubian Ascends in Roxbury, Transcendental Meditation, and the public upset over the last Dunkin Donuts in Stow, MA shutting down. Check out our Youtube channel "DTMS? Podcast" and DM us on Instagram @dtms_podcast. Let us know what you think!
It's always refreshing to talk to an artist who has multiple layers of creativity up their sleeves. When it comes to rappers— a large majority are expected to touch on certain topics and maintain a certain image to make themselves appealing to the masses. This is often particularly true when it comes to the “femcees” but luckily for us in Boston we have a handful of lady lyricists who are breaking the mold; and one of them who stands out amongst many is the Roxbury native, Cakeswagg! We've been following Cakeswagg's journey since the start of this platform and we have always enjoyed her witty and sharp bars that often came with compelling visuals that highly impressed us given her short time as an artist. She came on the scene in 2018 and quickly grabbed the attention of every and anyone with her pen game. Shes dropped 3 projects—including her latest “The Pencess” w/ DJ WhySham and even had a freestyle series that's had over 120 weekly installments. Needless to say, this conversation has been LONG OVERDUE! Join Charlie MaSheen, Shanelle Shanté, & KASH as they host Cakeswagg in a conversation about her career as an artist, her career as a GHOSTWRITER, more about her & SO MUCH MORE‼️ And of course we couldn't let her leave without giving us some heat for this week's #RedCupsAndRap Freestyle! THIS IS DEFINITELY A MUST LISTEN/WATCH PODCAST‼️ TAP IN‼️ CHECK OUT ALL OF OUR CONTENT: http://www.linktr.ee/CWTFBradio #Cakeswagg #CharlieMaSheen #ShanelleShante #KASH #DonJulio #CWTFBradio #ChooseWhatTheFutureBrings #CWTFB#BlackCultureThroughMusic #Boston #Podcast#BostonPodcast #BlackPodcast #MusicPodcast#BostonMusicPodcast #BryanAngel #BostonRap#NewEnglandHipHop #HipHopCulture #BostonCulture#BostonHipHop #DopeBlackPods #YoutubePodcasts#RedCupsAndRatings #ExpozedTVStudios#ExpozedTVNetwork #Ghostwriter
Join Katie and Liz in the Case Profiles Mini Series, where every other Sunday, they release a mini episode detailing crime stories surrounding people of color who just did not get enough media attention. In this week's installment, Katie tells the heartbreaking story of the murder of Khisean Desvarieux, a brand-new father who was gunned down in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Liz tells the confusing case of the murder of Tiffany Lomax, a mom-of-2 who was shot and killed while sitting in a car with an unidentified man in Mattapan, Massachusetts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/truecrimene/support
We have another NNS/DBG/NNS from September 21st & 22nd, 1996. Title: Cruising the Radio Waves Tom Howie was producing. We begin with a couple of jokes from a caller, Bruce the skip to Norm talking to Linda about sports talk shows, negativity and talking like an ass. Now on to caller, Elizabeth, whom Norm hasn’t spoken with in a long time. She was former WBZ producer Eddie LeClair’s fiancé. We learn that’s not the only thing that can be referred to as former. There’s a caller asking about Norm’s recent trip to Bermuda, his daughters, Sonja and Sarah, glaucoma and a renown eye doctor. We move to Norm talking about all the wacky National Day of stuff such as: Dear Diary Day, Ice Cream Cone Bday, Long Count Day, National Centenarians Day, National Good Neighbor Day and more. It’s time for the DBG! Members of the Panel: Jim in MI Elizabeth from Allston Michael in JP Michelle and Todd from Salem, MA Shayna in Traffic? Maybe not. Bdays: Tommy Lasorda Shari Belafonte Debbie Boone Joan Jett Scott Baio Bob Lemon There’s some weird noises and other discussions before we get to a date in History question: When did Fiddler on the Roof open on Broadway? A ton of fun is had during the game with impressions, great talk about Jack Benny and skit recreations. Jim in MI was using the GE SuperRadio III and picking WBZ up nicely. Elizabeth and Norm talk for a while longer after the game. She had spoken to Ed before she played and relates his thoughts to Norm. Norm mentions that he hosted “A Child’s Guide to Instruments of the Orchestra.” We Break for news. He announces what he’s going to do but does it quietly because other stations steal our ideas. He gives out the phone number even though he’s tired of seeing it scrawled on the bathroom walls. We come back with a caller, Don, complaining about a WBZ promo and a Beatles song. Joan Jett was a guest star on The Highlander tv show? Sheena Easton too? There was a concern that the classical audience is getting older and older but that fear is put aside with a call from Robin in Lynn. She and her 8-year-old love classical music and would be going to the Symphony! Norm expounds on the virtues of musical tastes including mine. Shirley in MI was so happy that Norm was back from his trip. Next is Ron who praises Elizabeth and her call. Then Beatrice in W. Roxbury – Happy to have Norm back from his trip too. Talks about Arthur Fiedler and tells a story of being at Symphony Hall where everyone was waiting for Fiedler to arrive. He was late because he helped fight the Vendome Fire. He was an honorary firefighter and took that very seriously. Our last caller was Jim who was also in Bermuda but on a different cruise. They talk about the high cost of living on the island. We end with a classic tag line from Norm. Episode 105, Cruising the Radio Waves, sets sail to your ear canals…now.
Elliott Davis, Founder of Mine Hill Distillery in Roxbury, CT, will be kicking off 2022-2023 2ND ACT series with a his fascinating story of how he went from a Banker to a Bootlegger. Here is a little sneak peek! Get your tickets for this inspiring 2ND ACT on September 21! https://www.palacetheaterct.org/shows-and-events/offstage-poli-club/2nd-act-elliott-davis
Today we have a NNS/DBG/NNS from September 10th, 1993. We get a little pre-game Norm, game-time Norm and then post-game Norm. Titled: Words to Live By Mike Epstein is producing. It all begins with a Jack Harte traffic report and then on to the callers. Chauncy who nominates Norm for some special recognition. Rich from W Roxbury Lorriane in Boston who seconds the nomination. Please grab a pen and paper as the call includes a list of doily embroidery phrases. Email us at email@example.com with pictures of those completed projects. My favorite is the advice Norm was given by his alcoholic Uncle. Jack in Somerville with compliments and a favor to ask. Beth in MI who accuses another caller, Weldon, of telling fibs! Heading to 3am we hear the top hour news sounder and then cut to Big Bill Watson introducing Jack in Traffic. Then the Accux forecast with Dave Ryan followed by Norm with the Temp, Lottery, Sports and Intro with full Show Open that leads us to the DBG and that special theme song in its entirety! It’s one of games where Norm delves into the upcoming week for more dates. The Players: Joe in Brockton Joanne from Fairmont, W. VA Rich from W. Roxbury Lorraine in Jamaica Plain Mike Epstein and Jack Harte The Bdays: Brian De Palma Tom Landry 9/13 Jacqueline Bissett Nell Carter Mel Torme On to Side B to finish out that first half of the game before we break for the bottom hour news. Bill Watson, Jack Harte and Dave Ryan do their thing before we return to the game! Moving on to 9/16 Lauren Bacall Ed Begley Jr. Peter Falk And then it’s Back to 9/13 for Claudette Colbert Before news time we take a call from Paula in Dracut She asks about Norm’s dogs. She is also heading to video a wedding and that starts a conversation that carries over after the top of the hour. All the usual suspects are back for news and then we finish up with Paula and close with Kevin from Roxbury who continues the talk about video recordings of everything. Norm gives great examples as it’s EXACTLY what’s going on now! Do we tape too much of ourselves? Wow…this was prophetic. It’s definitely a problem. I’ll save that discussion for my other channel, Tony Nesbitt’s Vault of Annoyances. Other things: Norm impresses again with his impressions. Norm inquiring if there are any younger women who prefer older men. Real older men. Jimmie Walker and Johnny Walker. And Norm name drops the photographer from his wedding. We are fully loaded with commercial content! The rich, chocolaty taste of after school Ovaltine. WBZ NewsRadio sales spot with Norman Sigorsky of Woodworkers Warehouse and advertising on Monday Night Quarterback Dunkin Donuts Baby Gold Bond with Gwendolyn Jones of Ft. Lauderdale FL Kid Company Promo Not one. Not two. But a Threequel of very serious commercials for Silver City Ford Hyundai Coachmen and Dodge Toyota bolstered by the legal powerhouse of Odotto, Cascadden and Hoke! They’re going to have “on-site disposal agents.” Bill Marlowe for Floramo’s! Triple Action Gold Bond Medicated Powder with Michael Cook from Grand Praire, TX and his heat rash The screechy Bessy Duprie for Classic Ovaltine WBZ TV Promo Baby Gold Bond w/Louise Fallon of Brooklyn, NY and her red, irritated baby Hazel Dew is thankful for her new-found self-confidence because of Marezine The dry and flaky James Rife of Riverdale, IL for Gold Bond The
Governor William Shirley built an elegant estate in Roxbury while serving as Royal Governor of Massachusetts. The fortunes of Shirley Place, now known as the Shirley-Eustis House, became tied up in the political upheaval of the Revolution, and ultimately the House became the home of William Eustis, a Revolutionary War surgeon who served as a member of Congress, Secretary of War, & as Ambassador to Netherlands before becoming Governor of Massachusetts. We talk with Tamsen George former Executive Director of the Shirley-Eustis House, and author of a new biography of William Eustis, Allegiance: The Life and Times of William Eustis.
A 30-year veteran of the Hopkinton Police Department has been placed on administrative leave. Ongoing work on the MBTA's Orange Line continues into week 2. Thousands participated at yesterday's Caribbean Carnival Parade in Roxbury. 5 minutes of news to keep you in “The Loop.”
After allowing Sean to guest on their channel to review Super 8, Randy & Steve debut to Defend 'A Night at the Roxbury'. Random Discussion Points: -Sean doesn't understand how you allow someone to walk away with your payment card in America. -Sean explains why we don't tip (as a rule) in the United Kingdom. -Night at the Roxbury is such a good film, Sean, Randy and Steve decide to discuss The American, Canadian and British Healthcare Systems instead, and the metric system. -Sean's Da Vinci Code shirt reeks havoc again. -Randy's long drive in 2013. -The Mummy (2017) trailer! Without finished soundtrack. -The cost of physically going to the cinema today and Netflix's offerings. -Sean struggles to bring the podcast episode to a close. Random Questions: -Is it fanny pack or bum bag? -Why did they pick this sketch from SNL to adapt into a film? -Is the film Kevin & Perry Go Large-Meets-Dumb and Dumber? -When were the three moments that made Sean laugh? -Would Sean's car be laughed at in America? (It definitely would) -Are you gonna watch it on The Rooster? -Where is Scotland? Asks Randy, Sean tries to use Game of Thrones and defaults to the shipping forecast map to help. -Why does no-one have globes anymore? -How many Arnold Palmer's did the guests drink? -Are Christopher Nolan and Jordan Peele suffering from what Sean's calls "The M. Night Shyamalan Effect"? Random Quotes of the episode: -"America does some dumb stuff, like this movie" -"If I'd never seen any Will Ferrell films before, I'd think this guy's not funny at all". -"It got a smirk". -"Y'all got some small cars over there". -"Stop cutting him off!"-"It's the Arnold Palmer's, I'm sorry". -"United Kingdom is kinda small". Random Recommendation: -For more Molly Shannon work go and watch Scrubs-Series 4, Episode 8: My Last Chance. Thanks for listening! *The current NHS Prescription Price is £9.35.* Attatched Trailer: -A new trailer from the guy who brought you such gems as 'The Rum Diary' episode, Ben from FilmFloggers presents..."Sleeping with the Waffler".
(PART 2 of 2) On this episode, DME & Rich are joined by Roxbury creative, Maye Star. The introduction details how DME discovered Maye Star almost ten years prior during the blog era, where a wave of Massachusetts artists were making their names known. After taking a hiatus from releasing music, Maye Star returned with three projects within a two year period. With a ten year perspective, Star has been an influence amongst his peers and it is reflected in the music. With no ceiling, he is on a mission to prove why he is the greatest of all time.
On this episode, DME & Rich are joined by Roxbury creative, Maye Star. The introduction details how DME discovered Maye Star almost ten years prior during the blog era, where a wave of Massachusetts artists were making their names known. After taking a hiatus from releasing music, Maye Star returned with three projects within a two year period. With a ten year perspective, Star has been an influence amongst his peers and it is reflected in the music. With no ceiling, he is on a mission to prove why he is the greatest of all time. (PART 1 of 2)
The majority of the New York City Council members are new and are part of a class that is the most diverse and progressive in city history. Over the next year Brian Lehrer will get to know all 51 members. This week, Councilmember Joann Ariola, talks about her priorities for District 32, which includes Belle Harbor, Breezy Point, Broad Channel, Howard Beach, Lindenwood, Neponsit, Ozone Park, Richmond Hill, Rockaway Park, Roxbury, South Ozone Park, West Hamilton Beach and Woodhaven.
Set in El Mondonguito restaurant on Dudley St, in Roxbury, MA. Directed by Carla Mirabal Rodríguez, featuring Alexander Castillo-Nuñez, Jessibel Falcón, Adobuere Ebiama, Jon Rodriguez, Ricky Holguin, Michael Hisamoto, and Inés de la Cruz. Sound designed by Val Frank Sound Engineered by Kai Bohlman
We dive into a recent push to bring back happy hour with Philip Frattaroli, managing partner and CEO of Filmark Hospitality Group, which owns restaurants in Boston and Winchester, and Cheryl Straughter, owner of Soleil Restaurant and Catering in Roxbury.
2011 - Roxbury, Massachusetts. In December of 2011, 61-year-old Gail Miles was brutally murdered in her own home in Roxbury, Massachusetts. As Boston Police work to track down her killer, they realize that Gail is one of their own: a former officer for the nearby Watertown Police Dept, and that her time there was most remembered by the feathers she ruffled by standing up against harassment in the workplace. Gail was also supposed to meet a landlord the night of her murder, and was getting impatient that he had taken all day to show up… Her friends and family believe Gail knew her killer. She wouldn't open her door to just anyone… but over a decade later, police are still trying to answer the same question: who killed Gail Miles? If you have any information about the murder of Gail Miles, please call Boston Police Crimestoppers at 1800-494-TIPS. Detailed sources can be found on https://murdershetold.com/ (murdershetold.com) Connect on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast/ (@murdershetoldpodcast) Support the show https://www.murdershetold.com/support (here)
Chestnut Hill Does Not Exist...or does it??? Full Blog at lostmassachusetts.com We cover the lost history of a town that was never a town but was planned to be. It's not a ghost town, you can still go there: Chestnut Hill. People may imagine it is a distinct town but it is made of pieces of several other cities. How? Listen to the podcast. The Lee family acquired over 160 acres of what many people considered to be remote, rural, dusty, swampy land on the Newton-Brookline border. Part of that land would be transferred to Roxbury. The Lee's would develop the land, bringing families in, clearing it, building roads and houses and then renaming the area "Chestnut Hill". Their goal was to create a new community but Boston's ambitions made that just a dream as the suburbs tightened their borders in response. "Named by Francis Lee, who built the first country house in the area in the 1850's, Chestnut Hill is in three different towns"(brooklinehistoricalsociety.org) "That still doesn't explain the Brookline-shaped gap in Boston's present-day silhouette, though. Between 1868 and 1870, Boston tripled its size by annexing first Roxbury and then Dorchester, promising new infrastructure and development. In 1873, it grew larger still, absorbing Brighton, Charlestown, and West Roxbury. Brookline, however, would later vote against joining Boston, putting a stop to the city's inland expansion until it annexed Hyde Park in 1912." (realestate.boston.com) "The western part of the City of Roxbury split off to form the Town of West Roxbury in 1851. It survived on its own until 1874, when it was annexed to Boston along with Brighton and Charlestown." (guides.bpl.org) A history of the Chestnut Hill Chapel; being an address delivered at the dinner held on October sixteenth, nineteen hundred and thirty-six to celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Chapel (archive.org) Col. Francis Lee Gravesite Crescent Ridge Dairy Bar (crescentridgedairybar.com) Temulent Get at Lost Massachusetts Postcard from a Lost Place LostMass Podcast Reviews at Apple (podcasts.apple.com) Photos at: instagram.com/lostmassachusetts Sound Effects From Zapsplat (zapsplat.com) Music Courtesy of Free Music Archive (freemusicarchive.org) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lostmass/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lostmass/support
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by asking listeners if they're keeping up with early pandemic disinfectant habits. Christopher Muther explains how to build the ideal Cape Cod vacation, and shared his thoughts on ABBA's Voyage concert featuring hologram “ABBAtars.” Muther is a travel writer for the Boston Globe. Andrea Cabral discusses white supremacist group Patriot Front's march through downtown Boston this past weekend, and criticism from Bostonians on the lack of a response from law enforcement. Cabral is the former Suffolk County sheriff and secretary of public safety, and former CEO of the cannabis company Ascend. Paul Reville weighs in on new Boston Public Schools superintendent Mary Skipper. He also talks about the K-12 schools that are spending billions of dollars on high-tech defense from mass shootings. Reville is the former secretary of education and a professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, where he also runs the Education Redesign Lab. His latest book, co-authored with Lynne Sacks, is “Collaborative Action for Equity and Opportunity: A Practical Guide for School and Community Leaders.” Marcela García discusses the limited healthcare coverage for undocumented children in Mass., and calls on people to stop asking parents to release graphic images of their children killed in school shootings. García is an associate editor and columnist for the Globe's op-ed page. She also serves on the Globe editorial board. Clarrissa Cropper and Katherine Nazzaro joine us to share their recommendations for summer reading. Cropper is a co-owner of Frugal Bookstore in Roxbury. Nazzarro is a bookseller at Porter Square Books: Boston Edition in the city's Seaport neighborhood. We end the show by asking listeners if they would consider going to a concert headlined by a hologram.
On season 2, episode 16 of the Build Better podcast, Anastasia talked with Reverend Jeffrey Brown, co-founder of My City at Peace and Associate Pastor at Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury, and Tom O'Brien, founding partner and CEO of The HYM Investment Group. They recently presented a proposal to the City of Boston for Parcel 3 in Roxbury that would set an example of a truly diverse and equitable development for the city. The bid is one of two that were presented in March. The team's proposal for the almost 8-acre parcel includes affordable homeownership units that create opportunities to establish generational wealth for the residents of Roxbury, and a life sciences component that supports that goal. Brown and O'Brien shared more about this unprecedented development, and the ways they are ensuring that it will have a positive impact on those that live and work in Roxbury for years to come.
I'm Josh Cooperman and this is Convo By Design with the second part of a conversation that aired on June 20th, 2022. It aired a day in advance of a Beverly Hills City Council meeting that was determining a Certificate of Ineligibility and ultimately, the future of this property located on one of the most famous residential streets in the world. And depending on which side of the issue you reside, it did or did not end well. I'm not going to rehash the issue because that has already been done. If interested, you can find the episode in the podcast feed or go to the show notes and click on the link to listen. This episode is pretty much the last chapter until I ultimately report back with what will be built after this Carleton Burgess designed house is torn down. I'm also not going to relitigate this issue, it has already been done. Everything that needed to be said, was said in a marathon council meeting. I am going to play some excerpts of note but first, I want you to know that I see value on both sides of this issue. I believe in property owners rights. If you spend the money to buy something, and you follow the rules and you do it with transparency, you should have the right to do what you wish. At the same time, I believe in preservation because it is culturally important. If you look at Beverly Hills alone, so many properties of note by legendary architects have been torn down and it's not because there was not a buyer for the properties. To the contrary. Many of these stories are not known until the process for saving them makes the news and by then, it's too late. Falcon Lair, PickFair, Garden of Allah, the Brown Derby. It's not just Beverly Hills. But here's the thing. Beverly Hills failed miserably in this case identifying, labeling and securing the architectural treasures within their city. City Council, with the exception of Mr. Mirisch seemed more interested in the minutia, meeting Mr. Baker and seeming just interested enough as to avoid any political blowback. A side note not related to the historical issue. Beverly Hills will be allowing the demolition of a 10,000 square foot home as the majority if not all building materials make their way to a landfill. The environmental impact of this is significant and again, is it In the best interest of the community? Is this a part of your Sustainability Plan? 1001 North Roxbury Drive is NOT a tear down and was not a property that someone would just buy for the dirt to rebuild a dream home. This property has been lovingly maintained, has a significant history in Hollywood lore. Jack Benny, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez, supposedly Esther Williams swan that pool back in the day. The property has been published in shelter publications. In the process of trying to assure that this property was NOT listed as a significant property, well respected shelter publications and websites were deemed nothing more that shills for paid stories to promote those who did the work. As we dig in a bit, you are going to hear segments from the City Council Meeting of June 21, 2022. You are going to hear segments from over 3 hours of testimony and debate. First, Mayor Bosse and City Planner Ryan Gohlich explain how this got here in the first place. As you listen, note that this only happened because the property was sold, and the new owners applied for a Certificate of Ineligibility to begin the process of (potentially) destroying this home. Benjamin Hanelin of Latham & Watkins now explains, in detail and masterfully lays the groundwork, a roadmap really, for obtaining a Certificate of Ineligibility. Before I play this for you, I think it is important for you to know, I don't really care if this home is torn down or not because I don't live in Beverly Hills, don't drive by this home on my way to work or dropping the kids off at school, don't walk my dog by this home, don't see it in any way and because of that, this doesn't affect my life and so it does not materially affect...
I'm Josh Cooperman and this is Convo By Design with a conversation unlike any we have had on the show before. And after 9 years doing this podcast, that's saying something. DISCLOSURE… opinions voiced by guests appearing on this episode are their own and not necessarily the views of Convo By Design or the host of this podcast. I was reading an article recently about another Los Angeles mansion on the slow march to its demise. This one is in Beverly Hills, as many of them are and it's the same story. Someone with more money than almost everyone else comes in and buys a property for which he has other intentions than living in it, as is. I read this article on dirt.com, and this property sits on North Roxbury Drive and Lexington Road. The Hollywood Regency-style residence was designed by architect, Carleton L. Burgess. Let's stop here for a moment. What makes “significant”, or “special or, more to the point, worth saving? Serious question and one that is really hard to answer for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the rights of a property owner. They worked for the money, or inherited it, whatever, it's their money. Can they not buy and do with it what they wish. Well, yes, unless there are regulations that prohibit it. This Burgess residence lies within the city of Beverly Hills and unfortunately, Beverly Hills was extremely late to the preservation party and because of that, many architectural gems have been wiped clean, again… being honest here, is an LA tradition and every architect since the 1940's knew that going in. Now, in 2012, the City of Beverly Hills discussed ideas around architectural preservation at a city council meeting. In that meeting, they reviewed a list of significant Beverly Hills architects, calling it “A list of local master architects” and the list included 150 such designers. This list was part of a recent requirement to an ordinance that the city adopted to begin preserving properties it deemed “significant”. It's important to note that at the time, the city was also compiling a list of original architects for more than 2,900 structures. Using their own mathematical formula, they determined that there would be under 500 structures that would be awarded with a historically significant designation. Interestingly enough, the time for significant architecture in the city was crafted by those working in Beverly Hills prior to 1970. Fair enough. The city had a pretty solid plan. The list would be used as criteria for preservation designation and designation as a “local historical landmark.” An interesting note, the criteria verbiage states, “Represents a notable work a person included on the city's list of Master Architects or possesses high artistic or aesthetic value.” Now, that last part is tricky. “Aesthetic value” to whom? And then it get's even MORE fascinating with some very specific criteria that includes according to BHMC 10-3-3212:(1) A. The property meets two of the following criteria: B. The property retains integrity from its Period of Significance. C. The property has historic value. 1. Is identified with important events in the main currents of national, state, or local history, or directly exemplifies or manifests significant contributions to the broad social, political, cultural, economic, recreational, or architectural history of the nation, state, city or community; 2. Is directly associated with the lives of significant persons important to the national, state, city or local history; 3. Embodies the distinct characteristics of a style, type, period, or method of construction; 4. Represents a notable work of a person included on the City's List of Master Architects or possesses high artistic or aesthetic value; 5. Has yielded or has the potential to yield, information in the prehistory or history of the nation, state, city or community; 6. Is listed or has been formally determined eligible by the National ...
Martin, of the Papa Bear Hikes podcast, welcomes Jack Kuenzle of Roxbury, Connecticut. Jack, age 26, set a new Fastest Known Time (FKT) for ascending Mount Hood, Oregon, by any means and Mount Hood round trip by any means. Jack Kuenzle is an endurance athlete who climbed and skied the volcano in just over an hour and a half. Tune in to learn more about Jack Kuenzle and hear about his incredible accomplishment. Mount Hood Has Two New Speed Records. The Guy Who Set Them Wore Short Shorts. - Outside OnlineFollow Jack:Jack Kuenzle (@jackkuenzle) • Instagram photos and videosStrava Runner Profile | Jack KuenzleLike and SUBSCRIBE TO: Martin Outside - YouTube*If you found this episode of Papa Bear Hikes entertaining, informative, and/or interesting please leave a review on Apple iTunesPapa Bear Hikes on Apple PodcastsAmazon.com: Switching Gears: Rediscovering the Meaning of Life, Love, and Happiness While Backpacking Vermont's Long Trail eBook : Armitage, Martin: Kindle StorePlease consider supporting my work, so I can continue bringing you excellent content:https://www.patreon.com/papabearhikesMartin Armitage - Fundraising For American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org)
Roxbury holds their first Juneteenth Emancipation parade. Some dads were out running in the rain this morning in Easton. As fuel prices hamper Boston's boating industry, its smooth sailing for now on Cape Cod. 5 minutes of news that will keep you in The Loop.
This week on Under the Radar: The Boston-based Roxbury International Film Festival, or RoxFilm, is back for its 24th annual event. Festival organizers are once again offering a hybrid structure, allowing attendees to view screenings both online and in-person. All of the films spotlighted by the Roxbury Film Festival are curated to display the cinematic excellence of film professionals of color. This year's schedule is packed with 80 films showcasing everything from documentaries to animation, along with panel discussions and live Q&As. All the fun kicks off next week and will run through July 2nd. GUESTS: Lisa Simmons, executive director of the Roxbury International Film Festival. Soren Sorensen, associate teaching professor of screen studies at Clark University and award-winning filmmaker. His second feature-length documentary, Omar Sosa's 88 Well-Tuned Drums is showing at this year's RoxFilm.
Stacey Borden, founder of New Beginnings Re-Entry Services, joins Nichole for this week's show to talk about her work with women who are leaving incarceration. New Beginnings offers trauma-based physical and mental health treatment, housing, educational opportunities, job placement, addiction treatment, and much more to try and make sure women caught up in the system don't go back. Stacey also has a candid conversation with Nichole about her history in the prison system, and the effects of incarceration on women, especially Black women. ++ CONTENT WARNING: addiction, domestic violence, drug and alcohol use, discussion of suicide and murder ++
Corey welcomes friends of the podcast JR McIntire and Mike Jeffers to discuss 1978's Halloween, John Carpenter drunkenly reading Reddit articles, and why Corey is being cancelled by Star Trek fans. Check out JR's music with Arctic Char, Superfoolins, and Daughterman, as well as podcast projects from Mike and JR Half-a-Cench and A Star is Lorne (listen for Brent and Corey on the Coneheads and A Night at the Roxbury episodes)!
A brand new episode of The BlkPrint features J5 and Josh Peas mining into music's controversial tech data. Hear them discuss TikTok's place in new age marketing, the bad rap that metrics receive and the range of opinions (in Josh's mentions) across the industry. Also includes talk on CMG's very strong year, rappers shining bright in the content creation lane and the odd messages sent in the latest hip-hop documentaries. Stay tuned after the episode for our BlkPrint Radio replay LIVE on Amp, featuring special guest Nikki Cruz!Timestamps:1:35 Shoutout to Demi Lovato3:01 Green Screen Pea5:04 Instagram Algorithms Are Too Strong7:53 Ralfy the Plug Reviews10:02 Steppin' in the Name11:55 Young Jefe 2 Is Shy's Best Album13:38 EST Gee's Jeezy Comparisons15:42 CMG Heavy Hitters18:16 Ignore More Idiots20:00 Documentaries and Bad Signal Boosting23:01 Why Isn't There a Drama/Cannon Documentary?25:34 Rock the Boat, Rock the Boat28:38 It's Giving VMA's!31:19 Look at the Poses Tyler Does33:54 Material Girl Is WAY Better Than Montero38:26 Caresha Please Is Puttin' Pressure40:35 Who Would Remember 'Night at the Roxbury'?43:41 Don't Be Afraid — Just Work Your Record45:48 Of Course You Would Never49:24 Data Isn't Your Enemy52:02 “For the Sake of the Art”59:01 Live Replies to Mentions
Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1533580965510930432 CW: Suicide, Alcoholism It's the Devil's Day on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey read their bibles because what else are they going to do locked in this elevator? The Classic Film: Damien: Omen II (1978) "Damien the Antichrist, now about to turn thirteen years old, finally learns of his destiny under the guidance of an unholy disciple of Satan. Meanwhile, dark forces begin to eliminate all those who suspect the child's true identity” (IMDb.com). This sequel to the incredible original is better than you might have anticipated, but there's not a lot of meat on the bones. The Modern Film: Devil (2010) "A group of people are trapped in an elevator and the Devil is mysteriously amongst them” (IMDb.com). M. Night Shyamalan co-produced this bottle episode of a movie about the devil on an elevator, and it's better than his track record at the time might have suggested. But it wasn't good enough to get a Night Chronicles Part Two. Audio Sources: "Damien: Omen II (1978)" produced by Twentieth Century Fox, et al. "Devil" (2010) produced by Night Chronicles, et al. "The Exorcist in 30 Seconds (and Re-enacted by Bunnies)" produced by Angry Alien Productions, LLC "A Fish Out of Water" (Family Guy S03E10) produced by 20th Century Fox Television, et al. "Forrest Gump" produced by Paramount Pictures, et al. "The Lion King" (1994) produced by Walt Disney Pictures & Walt Disney Animation Studios "May 7, 1992" (Entertainment Tonight) produced by Paramount Domestic Television, et al. "A Night at the Roxbury" produced by Broadway Pictures, et al. "When the Lights Go Out" written by Eliot Kennedy, et al., and performed by Five "Your Love" written by Onika Maraj, et al., and performed by Nicki Minaj
Preaching for Pentecost, M. Shawn Copeland offers a reflection on 'Spirit of God Different': "At Pentecost, Spirit God Different missions us to live out the command of Jesus to ‘love one another.' Spirit God Different opens us, teaches us to live in and live out active compassionate, loving solidarity with those whom our society chooses to oppress––those whom our society exploits and alienates, marginalizes and dominates, rejects and denies, attacks and assaults, represses and crushes, murders and destroys. By creating these blessed fleshly differences, Spirit God Different nudges us to reach out to one another, to communicate, to meet one another, to enjoy one another, to act in love for and with one another. Spirit God Different urges us to defend and protect one another from oppression and violence of body and soul, mind and heart; to respect and honor, welcome and embrace one another in all our fleshly difference––for our shining and beautiful fleshly differing bodies are dwelling places of Spirit God Different." Dr. M. Shawn Copeland is Professor emerita of Systematic Theology at Boston College and Theologian-in-Residence at Saint Katharine Drexel Parish, Roxbury, Massachusetts. She is an internationally recognized scholar and award-winning writer. Copeland is a former Convener of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium (BCTS). She was the first African American and first African American woman to serve as president of the Catholic Theological Society of America (CTSA). Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/06052022 to learn more about Dr. M. Shawn Copeland, to read her preaching text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.
Welcome to Cut 2 The Chase Podcast, a podcast hosted by Comedian Chase Abel and co-host Nicky Neighborhoods. Join Mr. Abel each week as he talks about life as a comedian, friend, son, and podcaster. This week we talk to a local legend, comedian Big D! He talks about his life growing up in Roxbury, getting into comedy, and why it's essential to have Nigerian friends. Tune in for MUCH MUCH MORE! Like, Follow, and Subscribe Chase: @chaseabel Big D: @officialbigdcomedy Nick: @paininmyassad Music: @geedubs www.chaseabel.com
Roxbury artist Napoleon Jones-Henderson's life's work has been dedicated to ‘'the beauty of Black culture.” More than 50 years ago, he joined with members of the Chicago art collective AfriCOBRA, committed to using their art to empower Black communities. But it was during his decades-long career in Boston where Jones-Henderson flourished, creating his African inspired mixed media pieces. Now his colorful and expressive work is on display at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art in a new exhibit: “I Am As I Am—A Man.” Guests: Napoleon Jones-Henderson. Roxbury-based artist, educator, and mentor who creates works on pan-Africanism and racial justice. Jeffrey De Blois, assistant curator and publications manager for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston who organized the “I Am As I Am—A Man” exhibit.
We begin the episode by breaking down the recent legal issues surrounding Boston Mafioso Vincent "the animal" Ferrara. Next, we break down the Detroit mob's attempt to take over the Roxbury section of Boston. This put them at odds with Whitey Bulger and the Winter Hill Gang.
Friar 3-Point Snipper and Roxbury, MA native AJ Reeves joins the podcast to discuss his Friar career as a whole, how he became "Big Shot A" and plays the first ever installment of "Friar Word Association" with some of his former and current teammates . AJ Twitter: twitter.com/ajreeves11 AJ Instagram: www.Instagram.com/ajreeves11 Our Twitter: twitter.com/FriarPodcast Our Instagram: www.instagram.com/friarpodcast/
In this episode, Brad Johnson turns over his hosting duties to guest host, James Beard nominated reporter for Eater Los Angeles, Mona Holmes, who turns the proverbial table on Brad Johnson to find out more about this career restaurateur and entrepreneur, along with his recent endeavor as podcast host of Corner Table Talk. His career started in the mid-seventies at his father, Howard's legendary NYC Upper West Side restaurant called The Cellar and spots like the Twenty Twenty restaurant and cabaret, where he partnered with superstar songwriter, producers, Valerie Simpson, and the late Nick Ashford. Johnson also opened the New Orleans style hotspot Memphis in New York, before moving to Los Angeles in the late eighties. Johnson made his Los Angeles debut opening the famed Roxbury in 1989 that had such an impact on club and nightlife culture, and was immortalized in the 1998 cult classic film starring Will Ferrell, A Night at the Roxbury. Following Roxbury, Brad opened Georgia in 1993 with a diverse group of partners including former Laker, Norm Nixon, Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy, Lou Adler, Connie Stevens and model turned restaurateur, Alvin Clayton. In 2012, Brad opened Post & Beam in a historic black neighborhood in South LA that has evolved into a LA Times Gold Award-winning (2020), James Beard-nominated national finalist for Restaurant of the Year (2022).During the pandemic, Brad launched a podcast after feeling the need to record diverse voices and their stories in an authentic way. The podcast, Corner Table Talk, is focused on Food + Drink + Culture and has featured an amazing range of guests including Ta-Nehisi Coates, Chef Marcus Samuelsson, Fab Five Freddy, and Regina King.Johnson’s writing has been published in various publications including Oxford American (Spring Food Issue 2021: Peasant Food), James Beard Foundation, and Eater LA.Having bussed tables, pulled out chairs for countless guests over the years, shaken many hands, struggled through slow nights, and co-hosted Oscar parties, learn about Brad and his journey into the restaurant business following in his father's footsteps, opening his first restaurant borrowing "street money" and his experience creating culturally significant and diverse restaurants. Photo Credit: Frank Louis Photography for Ambassador Digital Magazine Please follow @CornerTableTalk For more information on host Brad Johnson or to join our mailing list, please visit: https://postandbeamhospitality.com/ For questions or comments, please e.mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Climate champions--Roxbury's ACE, plus Eden Reforestation Projects. Dining from One Planet Plate, and International Day for Biological Diversity is this Sunday!
It's just Bobby and Dom this week. In this episode the Ninjas discuss Netflix finally putting ads on the streaming service, Married with children getting an animated series, Dave Bautista saying goodbye to Drax and Guardians of the Galaxy. plus more. Topics0:00 - Intro20:45 - Ask A Ninja38:00 - Netflix Ads43:30 - Game of Thrones 45:50 - Married with children 50:15 - Alan Wake51:30 - CW Powerpuff Girls show55:25 - Night at the Roxbury 257:10 - Ice Cube1:01:10 - Mortal Kombat 21:07:50 - Ethan Hawke1:16:50 - Crush 401:18:45 - Sega1:24:50 - China & Twitch 1:26:55 - Gotham Knights 1:33:10 - Playstation 1:35:55 - Retro Games Prices1:39:00 - Elden Ring 1:40:45 - Xbox DRM1:42:35 - Dave Bautista Domino's Pick:Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers:https://rb.gy/qawxffHesh's Pick:???Bobby's Pick:60 Days In:https://rb.gy/2hhohu 3 Ninjas Podcast Twitch: www.twitch.tv/3ninjaspodcast Bobby's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/emprodabob Domino's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/hkdomino Hesh's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/heshjones86 Check out 3NinjasPodcast.com for merch, links, Patreon, and more! Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/RKpjgVBUQX Patreon: www.patreon.com/3ninjaspodcast iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/3ninjaspodcastTwitter: twitter.com/3ninjaspodcastInstagram: www.instagram.com/3ninjaspodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/3NinjasPodcastSpreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3-ninjas-podcast3 Ninjas Podcast Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/3NinjasPodcast/videosCheck out Domino's Youtube Channel "Round 12 Gaming" www.youtube.com/channel/UC3b6...You Got questions, Ninjas got answers. Tweet, DM or email us questions for our "Ask a Ninja" segment at email@example.com|Follow the team| @3NinjasPodcast on Twitter @3NinjasPodcast on IG @HK_Domino @HeshbJones @EmproDaBoB #3NinjasPodcast #Comedy #blacknerds #CT #Podcast
We continue our series of conversations on leadership and serving our communities. This week, we talk with Rev. Willie Bodrick II, the senior pastor at the Twelfth Baptist Church in Roxbury.
Our special guest will be 39 year Boston Fire Department veteran District Fire Chief Paul Carey. He was appointed to the BFD on 12/8/82 after 5 years as an EMT on Boston EMS. He then was assigned to E22 in the South End. In 1987 he transferred to Rescue 1. He was promoted to LT. in 1992 and covered as a LT. in R1 until being assigned to E37 in Roxbury in 1993. Promoted to Captain in 1996 and stayed there as a covering Captain for about a year, In 1998 he was assigned as Captain of E28 in Jamaica Plain. In 2000 he went to the FIU/Arson Squad as a Fire Marshal until 2002 and then went back to E37 as the Captain. In 2005 transferred to E52 in Mattapan. In 2008 he transferred to Rescue 2 for 8 years until getting promoted to District Chief in 2016. He floated until 2018 and was assigned to District 4 where he worked until he retired at age 65.He was also on the State Hazmat Team for 32 years, and the first MA. JHAT (combination Hazmat/ Bomb Squad) for the State. The Chief was also a Rescue Squad Officer with FEMA USAR MA Task Force 1 since 1994 and deployed to the WTC on 911. Around 2002 he became the HAZMAT/WMD Team manager on the Task Force. You don't want to miss this one
Travis Kalanick — the co-founder and ex-CEO of Uber who stepped down from the rideshare company — is bringing his new “ghost kitchen” company to Boston. CloudKitchen, which buys old warehouse buildings to split into commercial kitchen spaces that restaurants can rent out to produce food for third-party delivery services like Uber Eats and GrubHub, is headed to Roxbury's Shirley Street. The Roxbury warehouse will have more than two dozen kitchen spaces available for rent by both local restaurants and national chains. And though the company assures restaurateurs that profits will soar, critics aren't so keen. “There's huge amount of turnover in these places. The companies don't help [small businesses] out financially, and leave them hanging when they don't get sufficient orders,” food writer Corby Kummer said. “They're very bad deals for restaurants.” Tech companies like CloudKitchen, Kummer notes, are “almost certainly going to want to own everything,” such as menus and access to recipes. “The fact is, the tech company owns everything and all the intellectual property,” Kummer said. “You leave with nothing if it's not working out for you.” Kummer is the executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.
Chris Kattan stew Behind The Rope. Mr. Saturday Night Live himself is here to talk about it all from early days at The Groundlings with Will Ferrell and Cheri Oteri. Chris chats going from the master class, The Groundlings, to the big league, SNL. Chris breaks down many of his iconic SNL characters - Mr. Peepers, Mango, and one half of the Butabi Brothers, which ultimately led to the iconic film, “A Night at the Roxbury”. Chris chats sequels and reboots with Will and Jim Carey, working with guest stars such as Jennifer Lopez and Ariana Grande and who was and was not so thrilled with his many impressions throughout the years. Of course, we deep dive into Chris' time earlier this year in the Celebrity Big Brother House - roommates in the form of Cynthia Bailey, Carson Kressley and Lamar Odom as well as his decision to leave the game early. Finally, as a comedian currently on the road on tour, Chris discusses the Oscars slap heard round the world, cancel culture in comedy and oh so much more! Warning: this episode will make you laugh! @chriskattanofficial @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at - www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope Brought To You By: CALM - www.calm.com/velvetrope (40% Off Calm's Entire Library) WOOGA (“JUNE”S JOURNEY) - (Download “June's Journey” Free Today on the Apple App Store or Google Play) PELOTON - www.onepeloton.com (See Website for More Information) MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SNL legend Chris Kattan joins "Hollywood Raw podcast with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn" to share stories about his time at SNL, his favorite guests, how "Night At The Roxbury" came to be and his new youtube channel "Hey Kattan". Don't miss a thing! Follow Hollywood Raw on Insta, Facebook, and Twitter. Dax Holt - Insta / Twitter Adam Glyn - Insta / Twitter A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
It's April 3rd. This day in 1979, community organizations in Boston such as the Combahee River Collective are raising the alarm about a string of murders targeting Black women. The CRC looked to highlight the way in which race, gender, and class all intersected in the conditions that led to the murders and the city's reaction. Jody, Niki, and Kellie discuss the Roxbury murders and the identity politics that emerged from the community's response. Sign up for our newsletter! Find out more at thisdaypod.com And don't forget about Oprahdemics, hosted by Kellie, coming soon from Radiotopia. This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Julie Shapiro and Audrey Mardavich, Executive Producers at Radiotopia
It's National Mom & Pop Business Owner's Day and we have the ultimate business owner, Gregory Henderson. Coming to us live from one of our favorite hotels, The Roxbury, we get an update on run a pop and pop hotel business.
VERMONT, 1979: When the vehicle of Judith Leo-Coneys turned up at a junkyard in Roxbury, Vermont, it was the first big clue in the disappearance of the beloved school teacher and young mother. The case would spiral into an investigation spanning a decade and stretching across the United States, but before investigators would uncover any answers for Judy, they'd have to find a second missing person. The primary person of interest disappeared, too. This is Part 1 of Judith Leo-Coneys story. Part 2 is out on Monday, April 4.