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#22: Seven Months Later

Happy International Podcasting Day! #serendipity This episode is a bit of a recap between what happened in the seven months between episodes. What The Health! Empty Nesting! I also discuss the impact of Irma and Maria, and talk about the… Continue Reading →

Targeted

Black people are three times more likely to be killed by police than white people

#21: I Came, I Saw, I Conned

This weekend’s Greensboro Comicon was my first Comic Book themed convention. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will try to catch the Charlotte Comicon if not the Bull City One. I was able to get some time to talk to artists… Continue Reading →

Walmart Vision

Overheard: (older black woman to younger black mother of two children) OBW: How do you get them trained so well? Trained to just sit there? My grandkids are all over the place. YBM: Whoop ’em.

Vegetarian Adventures: Natty Greene’s Kitchen + Market, Greensboro N.C.

Natty Greene’s Kitchen + Market restaurant opened last Tuesday and was on our weekend agenda to visit. As new vegetarians we didn’t know if it was going to be a waste of our time, as having an on-site butcher is… Continue Reading →

#20: The Sunday Breakfast Five

In the most spontaneous episode ever (sparked by runny eggs), Noelle and I come up with a list of Five Things We’ve Grown to Love Over Time. Enjoy.

#19: Self Love in the New Year

Ayisha Evans, Sharita Mathis-Lawson and Zithobile Nxumalo join me on the first episode of 2017. We catch up since our last conversation, and talk about self love and rituals in the new year, as well the new administration.

#18: Sour Sixteen

My final podcast episode. of 2016. After a brief hiatus, one final rant of the year. We’ve seen enough recaps, it’s been a hell of a year. In this episode I talk about Trump, The Alt Right, Racism at Steinmart,… Continue Reading →

#17: Contests and Protests

After Summer Hiatus I’m back! I’m┬átalking about Donald Trump’s “Outreach” to Black Voters and the reaction. and Colin Kaepernick’s protest of the Star Spangled Banner and its history. I’m also discussing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail…. Continue Reading →

The Wedding Guest struggle

As a sometime wedding photographer. I’ve come to loathe smartphones and tablets appearing en masse.  It killed Noelle and I when we saw angles and perspectives that we would have captured that weren’t. But we turned down the opportunity opted… Continue Reading →

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