Part 2 of our interview with author Ayize Jama-Everett, we discuss publishing his first novel The Liminal People, taking psychedelics, and losing a mutual friend to suicide. Check him out at City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco Feb. 16th.
Just in case you needed a reminder, we don't have great hygiene. Also, we're handing out valuable information about periods and birth control. We are not doctors or even really smart people so don't take anything we say too seriously.
An episode so good it's two parts. Author Ayize Jama-Everett joins us, we discuss his upcoming documentary about psychedelics, "A Table of Our Own." We delve into Jimi Hendrix, Kajukenbo, and Ayize's older step brother Tupac Shakur.
Just when you thought this pod made the leap from hot mess to suc-cess (rhymes)...nope. 40% of this pod is us having sound issues or talking about having sound issues. 30% of this pod is us talking about what to cut out because of said sound issues and because another 10% is Kelly being inadvertantly mean to Destini. And 10% is quality content.…
Great episode with the great John Henton. We cover growing up in Cleveland, John getting on Johnny Carson, Living Single, The Hughleys, the drugs, the car accident, and the redemption with the help of his daughter and Steve Harvey.
This week, we've started to feel like maybe this podcast is really taking off! We're going through all the responses from our listeners and finally talking about Destini's future as a TikTok star.By Destini Bryant & Kelly Schumann
It is still hot here in LA and it's hard to talk about anything else. But we try. We try for a full hour. And for the first time ever, we come up with the topic for our next episode!By Destini Bryant & Kelly Schumann
We promised we were back to regular recording but we accidentally lied about that. NOW we're back. We're covering Covid (duh), the heat in LA, and Destini's secret trip.By Destini Bryant & Kelly Schumann