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Thomas Bernich fell in love with vinyl at a young age. He grew up in Brooklyn in the '80s and was mesmerized with rap music as it exploded on the scene. “After school you’d run home and turn the radio on and listen to the traffic channel," he remembers. "You had Marley Marl on BLS and Red Alert on KISS and the two of them would kind of compete with one another for traffic...
Duff’s Brooklyn is not the sort of place you’re likely to forget. Located just off the BQE on Marcy Avenue in Williamsburg’s Southside, the bar is reminiscent of New York’s bygone eras. The dim red glow of the bar’s interior is literally covered floor to ceiling in metal and horror memorabilia and music from the likes of Black Sabbath, Slayer, Judas Priest and Alekhine's Gun blasts from the jukebox that sits adjacent to the...
“When I moved here I had no plan,” Joseph Huba remembers. It was 2011, he'd left his hometown of Cheverly, Maryland and moved to Brooklyn with just enough money saved up to last him for two weeks. He had no job prospects and very few connections to pull from; the pressure was on. He found a position delivering food at Dumont Burger and began to branch out, picking up delivery shifts at various other North-Brooklyn...
Like many people, award-winning radio documentarian Mooj Zadie became fascinated with public radio while listening to WBEZ’s This American Life when he was in college. “I loved the intimacy. I loved hearing people’s voices… the fact that it allowed you to travel without leaving your bedroom, that it made you sympathize and put you in someone else’s shoes.” He would wind up pursing a career in radio and, cutting his teeth on programs ...

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