The school year has been a total mess. So lets figure out how we can do better, and what we should have done different.
In this episode, we deeply examine all the reasons why we should finally tear down our remaining Confederate monuments in Bay Ridge. Join Dan and our guest John Hagan on a detailed analysis of our place within Reconstruction and Civil Rights history, and how Bay Ridge was the target of over fifty years of intentional propaganda.
The 2020 Election is being held in the middle of a pandemic. You may be a bit concerned about crowding into a voting booth on election day. Today, we go over some of the other options you have to make sure your vote is counted on Election Day!
Join us for a walking tour… of the future! On today’s episode, co-host and transit nerd Dan will bring us […]
Our 50th episode! Join Rachel and Dan as they ask local politicians and activists why the 2020 census is important, and how they’re making sure Bay Ridge counts.
Something is happening at the old Victory Memorial hospital site: a new Emergency Department! But what does that mean for the community, and what exactly is an “off-campus ED”? Our guest Ed Yoo will guide us through what’s in store, and how we can make sure Bay Ridge has a voice in the process.
Our profiles of Bay Ridge activist groups continues! Meet Bay Ridge For Social Justice, one of the most radical (and important) groups in our neighborhood. Join Yasmine, Sherry and Danielle as we explore the groups early days opposing injustice and bigotry in our neighborhood.
Happy New Year! It’s 2020, and that means big things are in store for Bay Ridge and our nation. We’re joined in the studio by Tyler Adams and Matthew Malloy, volunteer organizers for Elizabeth Warren. Organizing in South Brooklyn since August, they have unique insights into how the presidential campaign ground game will shape local politics, and how we can keep our batteries charged and our minds clear for the fights ahead.
Our first-ever live episode! We’re at the Owls Head Wine Bar with local historian and author Henry Stewart. We’ll discuss his latest book, “How Bay Ridge Became Bay Ridge”, and take some questions from the audience.
You may have seen the signs on 3rd Avenue, but what do they mean? Who’s behind the BID (Business Improvement District), and why do people oppose it? In truth, it’s about two competing visions for the future of 3rd Avenue… and Bay Ridge as a whole.