The Knicks are playing!!!
Elder Millennial Problems
When you're with Natalia Valencia, you either go hard, or you go home — you talk hard, you travel hard, you love hard — or at least that's the first impression you might get.
I took a trip from New York City to Elizabeth, New Jersey, and met up with Naty at one of her local hangout spots, Dolce, on Broad St. And while we do indeed talk about all those things, I quickly realize there's more to her than meets the eye.
Pain killers and talking to strangers
Deeply insightful, brutally witty, and daringly over-opinionated, my good friend Aman Grewal joins me for a drink at The Immigrant, a speakeasy-esk restaurant, bar, and lounge in New York City’s lower east side of Manhattan. Discussing everything from babies in bars, Indian identity, being a millennial, and mental health goals, this episode is a rollercoaster of thought and emotion. Grab a drink and join us.
The 3 Bs - Booties, Blunts, and Booze
Ambitious, and empowered, fiercely passionate and funny - Yaindhy (Yai) Vargas, founder of The Latinista. Yai is a slick-talking, j-walking, DR princess who is going to take over the world someday. In this episode we head over to Tommy Bahama, a retail store and restaurant in midtown NYC for happy hour.
Who needs enemies, with friends like these
What happens when a Mexican boy in Southern California with a filthy mouth wants to be a rapper, grows up to be a New York designer, marries one of the baddest babes from Poland, becomes a conspiracy theorist, but has two beautiful daughters? Absolute podcast magic with Frank Xavier Contreras.
Lick dem fiiingers
In this episode, my friend Nicole Whelan discovers she may be the new voice of NPR masquerading as a stay-at-home mom, and also threatens to evict me, while my other friend Seaton Tsai thinks New York City is “Unremarkable,” but the food is great, and would much rather sleep on my futon than shell out for a hotel…#WhatLawyersLookLikeIn2017
Turning 30 and Harlem's still here
To kick off our 2017 lineup of guests we decided to bring back J. Aaron Boykin from the first episode to make up for the poor quality of our first recording. In this episode we meet up at Dinosaur BBQ in Newark, New Jersey.
In this episode we meet up with our good friend Tiana Charmaine Jones in Harlem, New York at D’Amore Winebar and Caffe on 116th Street & Lexington. Tiana, a North Philly native is a fashionista, Zumba fitness instructor, and all round inspirational, and fun-loving person.
In this episode we meet up with our good friend Salaam Bhatti in New York City’s Greenwich Village at Think Coffee on 14th street and 8th avenue. Salaam is an all-round nice guy, and funny guy, while also being a respectful religious awareness advocate championing the ideals of Islam and the rights of Muslim-Americans at home, and abroad.