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Daniel Lobell of Comical Radio and This American Life is back once again. This time, he's diving head first into philosophy (a subject he knows little about) with fellow comedians (Marc Maron, Artie Lange, Maria Bamford, Lewis Black, Greg Fitzsimmons, Larry Miller, Reggie Watts etc.) and attempting to find the answers to life's great questions. Even if the questions just lead to more questions, there will be many laughs in between. You can listen and decide: Are comedians really "modern day ...
 
Pistol Pete aka "King of Rikers Island" interviews real life prisoners and celebs that have done hard time and shares his personal experiences along with his guests amazing stories of how they survived and persevered. This should inspire Americas youth to avoid the same trappings and mistakes and understand that nothing is worth doing the time. Take the hard road not the easy one. Prison is full of hardship and pain. Know that.
 
Welcome to the Hella Tired Podcast. This is a place for all walks of life, and all levels of success. From local artists with 70 total plays, to World Renown artists including comedians, musicians, visual artists, etc. Hosted by Bubba McComb, a Stand Up Comedian, Host, and Actor from Phoenix, AZ. A "Hangout" style podcast with almost no structure, gives me the ability to open up completely to my guests... and open the opportunity to return the interest. Listen, Support, Share, and Spread the ...
 
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N.O.R.E. formerly known as Noreaga, has had a major impact on HipHop music and the Latino influence on Rap. He sits down with Pistol Pete and share never heard stories about getting busted doing time, honing his battle rapping skills in the prison yard and how his Puerto Rican roots helped shape his music and his values. NORE covers everything from…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! Josh and Nayanci are joined by Nayanci's science professor/public health professional Isabel Rodriguez, and one of our favorite local NY comedians, Lucas Connolly. We talk about the state of mental health and addiction in our communities after COVID.By Josh Carter and Nayanci Lopez
 
The treasured I Can Read! collection began with the beloved Little Bear in 1957 and is still going strong today! On the show, we discuss the series’ origins, its stories, and what’s ahead for the books. You’ll hear from Tamar Mays, an editor at HarperCollins, as well as from authors Corey Tabor (Fox the Tiger) and Kelly Starling-Lyons (Ty’s Travels…
 
In this episode, we discuss the intricacies of cultural appropriation, what's acceptable and what's over the line, and if there is a line at all. We definitely have a heated conversation about hip hop and compare the differences between Eminem, Lil Dicky, Iggy Azalea and what they are each doing for the culture if anything at all. One of our favori…
 
Check out the second and final piece of this epic interview with Steve Lobel as he shares with Pete how he deals in the street world from Crips and Bloods from Compton to Brooklyn and every one in between and the connects into corporate world to make sure every opportunity is explored for his artists and friends while staying true to who he is. And…
 
If you follow the Hiphop music business you already know Steve Lobel. His name is legendary in the Rap game. He has been a cornerstone since the 80's when he hung out with the Run DMC crew Jam Master J and others. His story is unique. He had his share of challenges with the law like many that he had to overcome. His addiction weren't with drugs or …
 
Outlawz Rap member E.D.I. MEAN talks about growing up in New York and then moving to California and getting involved early in the hip hop game through his childhood buddy , Tupac. EDI shares how he had brushes with the law and how people around him were there to get him back on the music path. He breaks down his trips to Clinton penitentiary to vis…
 
Bob, Mikey and Lauren get a big-time diversity and sustainability education from Curaleaf’s 'Rooted in Good' team member, Raheem Uqdah, and from the founders of the Sustainable Cannabis Coalition, Peter Dougherty and Shawn Cooney who are based here in Massachusetts. Dr Uma returns with a warning to all physicians, and as usual brings her boundless …
 
After an incredibly difficult year, we reflect on the number of ways classic children's books can help kids and adults get through tough times.Featured in this episode:-The Secret Garden (Katherine Paterson)-One Crazy Summer (Janae Marks, Lisa Moore Romae, Paula Chase)-The One and Only Ivan (Roseanne Parry)Do you have a story about how a classic bo…
 
From the time he was 9, South Central’s Blood gang member Kaybe was getting in trouble with the law. He remembers stealing the neighborhood ice ladies pursue and getting caught and and twelve he was arrested for carrying a gun. Things got serious after that and by 16 he was charged for armed robbery, ski mask and all. His first stint in jail he saw…
 
LIL EAZY E grew up in Compton with a celebrity Dad, EAZY-E, the legendary founder of NWA and Ruthless Records. Then two weeks before his 11th birthday his Dad died suddenly and his world got turned upside down. He jumped off the porch and started gang banging and running in the streets. He has had to face the demons and the legacy of his Dad.For a …
 
Crenshaw's Own Smokeone aka "SMOKE", an up and coming artist of Big U's, shares his journey from working the streets to going away for 4 years and having to wake up everyday in jail ready to go to war/ Smoke tells about his first day in the prison yard and seeing the dude next to him stabbed and thinking "man its like this?" Smoke explains how once…
 
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is a legendary rap group. Lean back and listen to Flesh-n-Bone lay out how he started writing rap songs at 12 and was beatboxing with, Krayzie Bone, and Layzie Bone in their junior high school math class. Flesh-nBone shares how he and his family were living on government checks but he never stopped dreaming big. He always thoug…
 
Perhaps no one person in the history of music has had their hand in more hits with more artists than Scott Storch. He is a true legend. Storch had worked with the whose who of music early in his career including The Roots, Beyonce, Drake, Snoop Dogg, Missy Elliott, Dr. Dre, Justin Timberlake, Lil Kim, Mariah Carey, Fat Joe, LL Cool J, Remy Ma, Ice …
 
Every bid is different. In John's case, he saw plenty of the dark side in prison and was forced to learn the "do's and don'ts quickly and how to be a dog and no dog food. From prison riots to cellmates killing each other and even killing themselves. Surviving and getting out on the other side and a path to freedom was not easy. Take the journey wit…
 
Long time friend, producer, songwriter, director, actor, comedian and overall BADASS Jesse Lobell is our next guest. We have known eachother for the better part of 14 years now, and couldn't have had a more comfortable time talking with someone. We talk about everything from his past project "Nintendo Story" all the way to his newest music project …
 
Baldacci was working the streets of South Central at 13 and as. teenage he had one day where he stole stole three different cars and was caught by the police each time! Later he was shot five times with a AK47 semi automatic in a gang fight only to survive after two months in a coma. Afteer years in prison, he eventually turned his life around.…
 
Susie grew up in Long Beach and had a strong family, but the street game was exciting and glamorous and soon she was dealing. She caught a drug charge and her world changed. Prison made her grow up and get tough real fast. She developed a reputation as "Big Sue" the toughest female on the block After getting out, she had four children and but could…
 
Being Lebanese and Arminian, Player had to be tough. He was on the streets his whole life. Starting at 14 years old, he was finding trouble. He started running the illegal weed distribution from No Cal to So Cal. It caught up with him and he started doing hard time from county jail to prison in the hole. Being a South Sider he knew the rules and ho…
 
Krayzie Bone, member of legendary rap group , Bone Thugs and Harmony, share his story of coming up in Cleveland running his street hustle and trying to make music. He opens up and tells never heard before stories of getting locked up for robbing and how prison life effected him and his music. He tells about seeing guys get thrown off balconies and …
 
OG Lepke grew up in the Crenshaw area of Los Angeles. He bounced between his mom and dad's homes as a kid and got into the street game early. He was attracted to the flash and sizzle of the street life. His Mom was a hippy who always had drugs around the house. Whether it was acid, weed, or mushrooms drugs were no different than having a candy dish…
 
He grew up in Long Beach and despite being bused to Texas every summer by his mom to get him away from the gangbanger life, Blue was having run ins with the law by age 12. He ended up doing time at each level of California's local and state judicial system. Going from Youth Detention Centers to Juvenile Camps to YTS (aka Gladiator school) and final…
 
Big U is truly. a man that walks the talk. After growing up in the worst parts of Los Angeles like Compton's Crenshaw area. Big U ran the streets and hooked up with the Crips and was associated with the Rollin 60's and eventually becoming one of the most notorious people in LA gang life. After being convicted of multiple charges and going in and ou…
 
Iconic rapper and Hip Hop legend Fat Joe, aka-Don Cartagena, shares his never told before experience behind bars. Joe talks about everything from getting advice from his close friends Pistol Pete and Lil Wayne along with other Terror Squad crew members on how to conduct himself while behind bars to the people that tried to shake him down and how he…
 
Nayanci discusses Aristotles theories on relationships with comedians Dante Nero ("NBC's The Blacklist," Relationship Guru), Josh Carter and Brooklyn College Philosophy professor Christine Vitrano. They talk about all types of positive and negative friendships and relationships.By Josh Carter and Nayanci Lopez
 
Co-hosts Bob Lobel, Mikey Adams and Lauren Pray chat up current events. Curaleaf Regional Retail Manager Ricky Figueroa brings the crew up to date on life at the retail level and the company’s continuing diligence toward safety during the pandemic. Burns and Levinson Chairman of Business Law and Chair of the Cannabis Advisory Group, Frank Segall se…
 
Chris Gotti was part of the Hip Hop revolution. He and his brother built Murder, Inc. into a power house music label. They helped propel the music genre throughout the 90's and 2000's. They worked with some of the biggest names in the biz from JaRule to Black Child to Ashanti. Then in 2003, he his brother along with many famous rappers get targeted…
 
An ugly duckling runs away from home after being picked on about the way he looks. Along his adventures, he learns a lot about himself and others Spark conversation with: Why did mother duck take care of an egg that wasn’t her’s? Why did the other animals pick on him? Should we pick on anyone because of the way they look? Why not? Is there ever a g…
 
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