Category WBCR

Returning to Radio–Brooklyn Culture Jam

So here’s the deal. As many of you might know, I used to be part of a radio show called SEX & POLITICS. A product of founder and executive producer Phil Rosenberg, we covered politics, sex, the arts, and culture. It was a lot of fun and I did some great shows. Alas, the summer […]

Brooklyn Culture Jam welcomes Chris Lowe

I was pleased to get a chance to talk to Chris Lowe, a songwriter and performer here in NYC. Chris studied guitar with the famous Dave Van Ronk, and he has been a resident of downtown NYC for decades. We got to listen to some of his songs, and talk about whether Greenwich Village is […]

Calling it what it is–the euphemism of ‘Climate Change’

The story has recently broken through the MSM that we’ve reached 400 parts Per Million of carbon dioxide in Mister atmosphere. The thing we breathe. We’d hit the number before but we hadn’t stayed at it for a month the way we did in April. 400 is the new normal. 350 is so ‘last century’. […]

Restoring the Gulf after BP–the five year anniversary

Telley Madina, a man who knows Louisiana and the effects of BP’s disaster On Thursday 4/16, we spoke to Telley Madina on Brooklyn Culture Jam radio. Telley Madina is the Senior. Gulf Coast Policy Officer for Oxfam America. He is also the son-in-law Byron Encalade, a Louisiana oysterman from Pointe A La Hache whose story was featured […]

Human extinction discussion on Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio

On Brooklyn Culture Jam last night, I spoke with Pauline Schneider.  Ms. Schneider has produced a documentary on near-term human extinction entitled Going Dark. and the discussion ranged from the predictions from scientist Guy McPherson and friends to overviews of progressive politics and protests. Currently, Pauline is one of the people supporting Guy’s lecture tour around […]

Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio welcomes Pauline Schneider

Tonight (Thursday) on the Brooklyn Culture Jam radio program: Pauline Schneider Is a self-described Landscape Designer & Edible Forest Gardener, Videographer, Documentarian, Educator (social studies & special education), Artist (sculpture, painting, photography,etc.), and songwriter. She is currently working on documentary on the topic of Near Term Human Extinction with Dr Guy McPherson. We’re going to talk […]

On Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio–the case of Kimani Gray

UPDATE 3/12: We have recorded the interview and it is now available on podcast. You can find the podcast here. Enjoy! Thursday March 12–I talk to Atiq Zabinski and Kelly Stuart, collaborators on the documentary Defended in the Streets. Kimani’s Story. It’s a movie about the death of Kimani Gray, a young man of color […]