Michael Hayes a.k.a. “Hazard Hayes” is a 24-year-old rapper from Brentwood. He comes from a musical family with a brother that plays the bass, acoustic, electric guitar, harmonica, piano and can read and write sheet music; his uncle played in a band and he himself used to play violin in his earlier years, but wasn’t
In the episode, we’re talking about our home state, New York! So what’s so great about New York? We’ll tell you. What’s so bad about New York? We’ll tell you that too! We’ve got bagels with capers, lox and “cawfee” with A1 pizza coupled with cold weather, the city and beaches, we get the best
Ms. Tee Talk interviews Long Island Photographer Tricia of Toddlewood. Watch as we talk about her 10-year anniversary, her drive to recreate the Grammy’s and Emmy’s and many more. Don’t forget to follow Ms. Tee Talk on Instagram @msteetalk.
Two arrests have been made in the case of a Valley Stream mother and nurse who took to social media to report that she was being harassed and targeted racially by her neighbors for over three years. Over a month ago, Jennifer McLeggan, 39, created an Instagram account and documented harassment from her neighbors on
Long Island has been known for its bagels, distinct accent and suburban family atmosphere. Young married interracial couple Dana and Reggie Miller, who have been together for seven years and married for four, called the city their home for a long time. But, a new job on Long Island, a child and the need for
Blacker the Berry – Independent Award-Nominated Filmmaker Corey Brammah Breaks Down What it Actually Takes to Make a Film
Welcome back to Blacker the Berry! Today’s guest is a close one to our panel, Corey Brammah. He is an award-nominated independent film director. In a very detailed manner, our guest breaks down process of filmmaking and what it takes to get your product out there. Don’t forget to follow us on IG @theberrygang1.
Another Eid in the COVID era on Long Island, and yet, spirits were higher than the previous Eid, Eid-ul-Fitr in May. Mosques have slowly opened up, allowing a limited number of people to make the early morning Eid prayers on Eid-ul-Adha Friday, July 31st, 2020. A sense of community was reborn, with families gathering to make
*Profanity was used in the making of this episode* Welcome back to “BTB Midnight”. We’re throwing it back to our guest Rah and she explains in detail all that is a “Hot girl Summer” (pre-COVID when things were simpler). We hope you enjoy as the material isn’t for those with soft ears. Welcome to Midnight
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