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Fish Out of Agua with Michele Carlo
The stories behind the stories. Because those who were last shall be first.
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The redhead with 8,000,000 stories about New York City.


by Michele Carlo
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July 19, 2018 02:00 PM PDT

It's the "More Stories About Singing and Food" episode—feat. singing chef, writer, speaker and storyteller/producer Jackie Gordon tawkin' about being a secret singer, the benefits of using baking as bribery, and the savory blend of art meeting appetite in her new story show "Mouth Full!"

With tunes from #TalkingHeads, #ArethaFranklin and #JackieGordon as #thedivathatatenyc, and shoutouts to #TerriMintz and #LoraWiley.

#artistsIknow #artistsofcolor #nycartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

July 19, 2018 01:54 PM PDT

It's the "I've Always Been a Connector" episode—feat. author/storyteller/producer/founder of QED: A Place To Show & Tell, Kambri Crews tawkin' about how storytelling abounds in deaf culture, manifesting your destiny and why Manhattan is now the "Cheesecake Factory" of NYC.

With tunes from #StevieNicks, #VanHalen, #LesMiz and #FleetwoodMac and shoutouts to #ChristianFinnegan, #EricVetter, #SaraBenincasa and a whole lot more, so youse bettah listen in!

#artistsIknow #womenartists #NYCartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

June 29, 2018 12:50 PM PDT

It's the "Go Deep or Go Home," episode —feat. writer/actor/ comedian Mike Brown tawkin' about how consistency is the key to everything, the difference between making a table and refining wood, and what it's like to come back from thinking there are no more options."

With tunes from #RunDMC, #TheFiveStairsteps, #Yellowman and #KronosQuartet, and shoutouts to #EricVetter, #WordUpCommunityBookshop #DawnJewélFraser and #HunterCollege.

#artistsIknow #artistsofcolor #NYCartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

June 22, 2018 08:58 AM PDT

It's the "Around the World to Come Home" episode—feat. artist-enabler and founder of storytelling organization The Five Boro Story Project Bridget Bartolini tawkin' bout valuing the places where we grew up, the importance of public progamming beyond Manhattan and why she loves, loves LOVES Richmond Hill.

With tunes from #PizzicatoFive, #TerryGajraj, #Chocquibtown and #JaRule, and shoutouts to #TalkingStick, #WillLee and #RickPatrick, #JamesSoSoonGantt, #HeatherQuinlan and a whole lot more!

#artistsIknow #womenartists #NYCartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

June 08, 2018 10:51 AM PDT

It's the "Two SVA Alumni Walk Into a Bookshop" episode—feat. author/cartoonist/illustrator Jerry Craft tawkin' about being just about the only POC no matter which school he went, taking that leap of faith from day job to life job, and what all "commerical artists" owe to Darren and "Bewitched."

With tunes from #StevieWonder and #SlyandtheFamilyStone, and shoutouts to Eric Vetter, Word Up: Community Bookshop - Libreria Comunitaria, Richard Wilde and the School of Visual Arts, and fellow SVA-ers #RayBillingsly, #PatrickMcDonnell and #JoeHorne.

#artistsofcolor #artistsIknow #NYCartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

June 01, 2018 03:15 PM PDT

It's the "A Woman of Endurance" episode—feat. esteemed Afro-Latina author/educator Dahlma Llaños Figueroa tawkin' about the politics behind bilingual education, giving others permission to tell their stories...and why her high school counselor Ms. Bass was r-o-n-g, wrong!

With tunes from #TitoPuente, #CalTjader, #IsmaelRivera and #LutherVandross, and shoutouts to #AuroraAnayaCerda and #LaCasaAzulBookstore, #CharlieVázquez and the #BronxCouncilOnTheArts, and all the outspoken young ones finishing what their abuelas began.

#artistsIknow #artistsofcolor #womenartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

May 25, 2018 01:53 PM PDT

It's the "Smother Love is Better than Fear" episode—feat. author/storyteller/solo performer Jamie Brickhouse tawkin' about getting fooled by your day job, encounters with 60s songstress Peggy Lee, and the legacies of Daddy Poo and Mama Jean.

With tunes from #TheCommodores, #DustySpringfield, #PeggyLee and #TheScissorSisters, and shoutouts to #LeslieGoshko, #GeorgeDawesGreen, the #NationalStorytellingFestival, and a whole lot more!

#artistsIknow #NYCartists #queerartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

May 02, 2018 02:46 PM PDT

It's the "Bronx Hall of Fame" episode—feat. poet/activist/educator/storyteller Bobby Gonzalez tawkin' about the wealth of world-class talent that came out of the Melrose Houses and Cardinal Hayes High School, the origin of the "poet's snap," and how working in a bodega for 20 years was the best acting training ever.

With tunes from #CrosbyStillsNashandYoung, #JanisJoplin, #TheBeatles and #JohnColtrane, and shoutouts to #Robin Bady, #BridgetBartolini, #Bobby Sanabria and last, but nevah least, #MariaAponte!

#artistsIknow #artistsofcolor #NYCartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

May 02, 2018 02:42 PM PDT

It's the "Caribbean Delight" episode—feat. storyteller/performer/educator/artist-creator Jenice Matias tawkin' about being a teenage Black Panthers member (yes, those Black Panthers), integrating (yes, integrating) Forest Hills high school (Forest Hills in Queens, NYC!), how the performing arts saved her sanity, and why culture is the glue that holds us all together.

With tunes from #ArethaFranklin, #MarcAnthony, #Rihanna and #GeorgeBenson, and shoutouts to #EricVetter, #ProseofPie, #AdamWade and #MagnetTheater, and #DavidCrabb and #UprightCitizensBrigade Theatre.

#artistsofcolor #artistsIknow #womenartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

April 11, 2018 12:50 PM PDT

It's the "Chirp About It" episode—feat. City World Radio Network host Patrick Sainvil tawkin' about being a teenage cold-caller on Wall Street, what it's like to share a studio with a dungeon, and the importance of building a creative family.

With tunes from #theEurythmics, #Maroon5, #BobMarley and #SamSmith, and shoutouts to #MarleneVillafane, #IanBamberger, #EllenHunter and #JohnnyMandolin.

#artistsofcolor #artistsIknow #NYCartists #livingartists #supportlivingartists

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