Fright Talk: The History of Halloween

Join Billy "BJ" Jones and Nadim Tabsch on Friday, 10/16/20, from 8:00-9:00 p.m. EST for Fright Talk: The History of Halloween. From its Celtic origin to its modern rendition, Halloween is now a holiday celebrated around the world. What makes people enjoy it so much? What traditions do people enjoy related to it? This episode explores the season in all its glory. To speak to the hosts during the live podcast, call 347-539-5372, or you may email your questions, comments, or requests to everydayfolkslisten@gmail.com. Or you can direct message your requests on Instagram @ Ntabsch.

BJ Speaks: A Conversation with Fatcat & Darriel "DC" Cannon

Join Billy “BJ” Jones on Sunday, October 11, 2020, from 7-8 p.m. EST, for BJ Speaks: A Conversation with Darriel “DC” Cannon and Fatcat. DC is the founder and CEO of Cannonball Currency Music, LLC. With over 24 years of experience in the music industry, DC started as a rapper in CORE, which stands for “Comin’ Off Real Experience.” The group was signed to Big Kahuna Records, an independent label. Eventually, the group was rediscovered by Dadetown/Universal Records, a major record label. DC managed the label’s group, “Bottom of Da Map.” One night, while DC was at the beach with his family, he took a small radio to entertain the group. The popular song “Panda” was playing. As the song faded, hi

BJ Speaks: A Conversation with Dr. Larry Johnson, President of Phoenix College

Billy "BJ" Jones interviews Dr. Larry Jonson, President of Phoenix College. The show was recorded on Friday, September 11, 2020. Billy "BJ" Jones interviews Dr. Larry Jonson, President of Phoenix College. The show was recorded on Friday, September 11, 2020. Dr. Johnson returns for a reunion episode to discuss career, writing, and current events. He is the author of Memoirs of a Young Black Scholar: Surviving and Coping with Loss. Dr. Larry D. Johnson, Jr. began serving as the sixth President of Phoenix College (PC), A Maricopa Community College, July 1, 2018. PC serves approximately 17,000 students, annually, and is designated as a Hispanic-serving institution. Dr. Johnson is a first-generat

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