- 77 - Hotels Label AirBnB Terrorist-Enabler, Cory Booker Wants to Legalize Weed, & Imagining Post-Reparations AmericaAug 8, 201700:0039:22
Brand Eff Up: “Hotel Industry Releases Attack Ad Accusing Airbnb Of Enabling Terrorists,” Gothamist http://gothamist.com/2017/08/01/airbnb_terrorism_ad.php
What’s Up? “Sen. Cory Booker just introduced a bill that could legalize marijuana nationwide,” Vox (https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/8/1/16073124/cory-booker-marijuana-legalization)
What’s Next? “‘Black America’: Amazon Alt-History Drama From Will Packer & Aaron McGruder Envisions Post-Reparations America,” Deadline (http://deadline.com/2017/08/black-america-amazon-alt-history-drama-will-packer-aaron-mcgruder-envisions-post-reparations-america-1202139504/)
DitC: P: Quincy Jones, ‘The Dude,’ Labelle, ‘Ladybirds’ G: “Four Laws of Prosperity,” by Edwene Gaines, Ryan Leslie, “I’ll Be Waiting.” M: “The Experience of Insight,” by Joseph Goldstein
- Aug 3, 201700:0025:20
Building Everyday People into a national party-throwing enterprise, the hyper-materialism and racial components of New York nightlife, Incorporating music from/for different diasporas, and more.
More from Saada: Everydaypplnyc.com @saada__
- Aug 1, 201700:0042:02
Brand Eff Up: Bedrock Detroit: “We Screwed Up” https://www.facebook.com/BedrockDetroit/posts/1528777023855661
What’s Up? “The Producers of HBO’s Confederate Respond to the Backlash and Explain Why They Wanted to Tell This Story,” Vulture (http://www.vulture.com/2017/07/hbo-confederate-producers-exclusive-interview.html)
What’s Next “This New Site Sells Food And Household Essentials–All For $3 Or Less,” Fast Company (https://www.fastcompany.com/40439810/this-new-site-sells-food-and-household-essentials-all-for-3-or-less)
DitC: M: “Promoting the Commons in the Time of Monsters,” Common Dreams (https://www.commondreams.org/views/2017/06/03/promoting-commons-time-monsters) P: “Will the Flower Slip Through the Asphalt: Writers Respond to Capitalist Climate Change,” Essay collection.
- Jul 27, 201700:0028:52
How Roger went from growing up in Brooklyn to witnessing Bob Marley firsthand. The evolution in music represented by reggae. Bob Marley’s broader cultural caricature as opposed to the real Marley. The significance of Rastafari to Bob Marley.
- Jul 25, 201700:0031:40
Brand Eff Up: “In Yet Another Airline Fail, Flight Attendants Do Nothing As Man Masturbates Next To Woman,” Refinery29 (http://www.refinery29.com/2017/07/163433/american-airlines-masturbating-man)
What’s Up? “Hip-Hop Takes the Throne, Passes Rock as Most Consumed Genre in U.S.,” HypeBeast (https://hypebeast.com/2017/7/hip-hop-rock-most-consumed-music-genre-united-states)
What’s Next? “The Pop-Up Employer: Build a Team, Do the Job, Say Goodbye,” NY Times (https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/12/business/economy/flash-organizations-labor.html)
DitC: Michael: “Ex-diplomat Carne Ross: the case for anarchism,” Guardian (https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/jul/09/carne-ross-case-for-anarchy-accidental-anarchist-interview)
Phil: “Sounds from the Other Side,” by Wizkid
- Jul 20, 201700:0034:23
Nightclub designer Steve Lewis joins us in studio once again. What it takes to “design a space.” Why Bill DeBlasio has been positive for NYC nightlife. What movies really capture New York, and more.
- 74 - Jay-Z is Back! But Is He Still Capitalist? Tory Minister Deploys Obscure Slur, and Silicon Valley CEOs GrovelJul 18, 201700:0044:08
Jay-Z is Back! But Is He Still Capitalist? Tory Minister Deploys Obscure Slur, and Silicon Valley CEOs Grovel
“A Tory MP Has Had The Whip Suspended For Using Racist Language,” Buzzfeed https://www.buzzfeed.com/jimwaterson/a-tory-mp-has-described-a-potential-no-deal-brexit-as-the?utm_term=.ihmkDrXG0#.rtQPAexRj
What’s Up? Michael and Phil discuss the impressive release by Jay-z, 4:44.
What’s Next? “How the Tech World Apologizes,” The Ringer https://theringer.com/tech-silicon-valley-women-sexual-harassment-fixes-listening-b31aa1ff5318
DitC: P: “Spider-Man: Blue” limited series. “Craven’s Last Hunt,” Spider Man series. M: “Archer,” TV Show
- Jul 13, 201700:0029:59
Ric Leichtung (@ricleichtung), Events Director at AdHoc, joins us in studio this week. The sort of people who work in the nightlife industry, Building inclusive DIY spaces. Reacting to the changes at Webster Hall. Why there is still a stigma by venues about hip-hop crowds/acts.
- On Point - 67 - Nancy MacLean - Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right's Stealth Plan for AmericaJul 11, 201700:0032:33
Nancy MacLean is an award-winning scholar of the twentieth-century U.S. history at Duke University. She joins us this week to discuss her book on an important topic: "Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right's Stealth Plan for America." Why the Elite Libertarian project has been destroying American democracy. John C Calhoun and James Buchanan as forefathers of Neoliberalism. The still-operative property rights arguments that were born of defending slaves as property. Why the Koch Brothers’ time horizon was key to their success. The Koch’s goal of a constitutional convention to shackle majority will.
- Jul 6, 201700:0033:38
This week we’re joined by film director Shan Nicholson and musical artist and activist Roxiny. What motivated Shan to make “Downtown Calling” and “Rubble Kings.” New York’s mix of danger and opportunity. The DJ set that led to “Downtown Calling.” How DJing and archival research are nearly the same thing. Shan’s 2010 film “Rubble Kings.” Roxiny’s song on the soundtrack of “Rubble Kings.” How New York has evolved culturally and economically, largely for the worse. Check out Roxiny’s single.
www.shannicholson.com/ https://soundcloud.com/roxiny/9-months-2 @Shan_Nicholson @RoxinyOfficial