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Shoresides accepts opinion essays on a range of topics for our “Speak Your Piece” series which is published as text online or aired as audio as part of our podcast. We’re particularly interested in essays that share ideas or issues from the coastal region from perspectives not often heard in our traditional media. Written essays typically run from 400 to 1,200 words and audio essays from 3-4 minutes, but drafts of any length will be considered. We will arrange recording for audio editions.Su ...
 
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Two weeks ago, we met up to reflect on the shooting that took place at New Hanover High School on Monday, August 30. We discuss our thoughts on the charges filed against the student involved in the shooting. We also talk about the damage from Hurricane Ida and relate it back to our experiences during Florence in 2018. In other segments, we bring yo…
 
Earlier this summer, we met up virtually to talk about top news stories and to check in about how we were spending our summers. As usual, we bring listeners the latest trends in teen fashion and entertainment. For our hot topic, we talk about the disqualification of Sha'Carri Richardson from the Olympics. Was this appropriate? We share our thoughts…
 
For this episode I was joined by Tony Iocono on the phone as we talked with Adam Mazzola, one of the many folks who help make Summer Swelter Beer Festival one of the best ones in SJ. He talked with us about it coming back this year after a year off for covid. Make sure you listen to what is new for this year and definitely get your ticket for this …
 
Today, we have a very special episode for our listeners. We sit down with the writer and director of Wilmington on Fire, a documentary that tells the story of the 1898 massacre in Wilmington, North Carolina. We ask Everett about his journey as a Black filmmaker from Laurinburg, North Carolina. We talk about the events of 1898 shown in Wilmington on…
 
In this episode of She Rocks, the GRITS team talks about what they're doing for summer. But first, we cover a tragic news story from late spring in California and our thoughts on it. We talk about fashion and entertainment. And we debate our latest hot topic: is it cool to wear our pajamas and bonnets out of the house? We have a lot to say on this,…
 
Here is an episode that we recorded a while back. Rob, Amy and Eric went and visited the guys from Stratosphere Brewing at one of their homes in a secret location. We checked out their brewing operation and tried some of their beers as we sat in their basement. We talked about their plans to open and what they have planned when they do. Check them …
 
Last month, we took our EOG's, or End-of-Grade tests. We talk about the ways we prepare for tests and give tips to listeners. We also revisit the killing of Makiah Bryant in Ohio and how we're feeling about it. We end the episode by discussing our favorite creative outlets. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted by Brealyn Freeman, Jonai…
 
Greenville, North Carolina based acrylic, gouache, and digital artist Rakîa Jackson (Black Peace Art) speaks with host Brittani Smith about the challenges of being an artist and how she incorporates self-healing into her practice. Broadcast from the Shoresides studio, Somewhere & Elsewhere uncovers stories from artists across the coastal Carolina r…
 
The Vins from Swedesboro Brewing stopped by again. Marvin and Kevin came by along with their brewer Andrew the week before they opened, With a grand opening that just passed us, they wanted to talk about all the things they have going on and share some of their beer with us. From what we tasted, the beer is really good and definitely well worth the…
 
One Friday night Eric came in to the studio and Amy, along with Jon Henderson phoned in. For those that don't know, Jon runs Good Time Tricycle, the company behind the Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival and some other great events in the area. Jon wanted to talk about some the of the things that you can expect from the event this year. At the ti…
 
Kamhara Nixon-McKoy asks listeners, "When can we get a break?" She's referring to the two police murders that directly followed Derek Chauvin's conviction in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Kam and the rest of the She Rocks team reflect on what these murders mean to them as young Black women. The team also takes you through the latest in fashion and entert…
 
In this episode of She Rocks, we talk to Amari about her time at Girls Rocking In The South (GRITS), which co-produces this podcast. We ask her about her accomplishments so far and what she has in store for the future. We also bring you updates in news, fashion, and entertainment. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted by Brealyn Freeman…
 
In this episode of She Rocks, we talk about our feelings surrounding the two national tragedies that happened in the last few weeks. After we delve deep into what we make of these events, we cover our usual segments: fashion and entertainment. We welcome Carolynn Phillips of the JUST US program to tell us about how she's teaching middle school girl…
 
Today, we talk through the new stimulus package that's been passed and what it means for us. If you've noticed the new photos posted with our latest episodes, we're welcoming two guests to this episode who did our makeup for the shoot: Angel George of Peachy Customz and Myiesha Gore of Epitome Makeup. We ask them about how it feels to start their o…
 
We kinda went on the road to interview Chris from Shoreside Brewing in Ventnor. Amy and Rob went as far as Dr Brewittle Beer Company in Maple Shade and they were joined by one of the owners, Jack. The conversation went on for 2 hours so we cut this episode at one hour to spare everyone. We discussed the Homebrewers Invitational that Shoreside is ho…
 
Hi everyone! We're back for another episode of She Rocks Teen Radio, moving from one exciting month (Black History Month) to another: Women's History Month. We're saving the bulk of our conversation about women's empowerment for our next episode, but today, we talk about how to set boundaries in relationships. If something uncomfortable or inapprop…
 
After our conversation with Nic, we continued the visit with Shawn and Jay, 2 of the owners at Atco. They wanted to talk with us about all of the stuff going on with the brewery during the pandemic and their plans for when it's all over. Visit their location at 302 White Horse Pike in Atco. They have some great beer that is well worth the visit. Th…
 
When the GRITS team got together in February, we had a lot to talk about. In fashion, there's been tons of trend for Valentine's Day, and in entertainment we talked about disturbing news related to football player Chris Wheeler. On a brighter note, February was Black History Month! So we went through people throughout history who we want to highlig…
 
We got an invite to visit Atco Brewery on a Saturday to see the changes taking place. The first change is a new brewer, Nic, who sat down and talked with us about the beers that he has been brewing. From the conversation, you can tell that he is definitely a beer guy. We are joined on the show by Richard and our old friend, Kevin Reilly O'Reilly of…
 
We packed up the equipment and went to visit the new location of Brotherton Brewing in Atco NJ. Our good friend Keith Oriente, one of the owners, sat down with us to talk their new digs, beers and what has been going on with them. A great conversation with the man who was the first to give us a chance and sit down with us. Before the interview Rich…
 
We're getting together to talk about how things are going, and so far, it's been kind of crazy. Between Trump's impeachment, celebrity scandals, and trying to tackle our New Year's Resolutions - we've got a lot to cover in this episode of She Rocks. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted by Amari Poindexter, Brealyn Freeman, Kamahra Nixo…
 
Today, the She Rocks team is talking about our resolutions and goals for the New Year. We bring you the latest news on COVID-19 and talk about what we did with our families over the holidays. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted by Amari Poindexter, Brealyn Freeman, Kamahra Nixon-McKoy, and Arabia Earth. Original music by Shelyah Raely…
 
We sat down in the studio with one of our favorite craft beer enthusiasts, Richard and well, we just talked about whatever while we drank beers from Brotherton, Beach Haus and Bonesaw. We went over some the future breweries coming soon courtesy of New Jersey Craft Beer Check out our sponsors if you get the chance White Eagle Liquor Store, Riverside…
 
In this episode, we bring you the latest updates on how Covid-19 is impacting our lives, and we talk about what we've been up to so far this holiday season. Amari and Brealyn give us the new trends in fashion and entertainment, and we talk about how we plan to stay Covid safe through the holidays. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted b…
 
Art teachers and professors do much more for their students than just teaching art. However, their ability to engage and inspire students beyond the scope of artistic endeavors often goes unnoticed beyond the realm of their school or institution. Host Antoine Williams talks with Cornell D. Jones, a mixed media artist who teaches art at Fayetteville…
 
The crew got back together to visit Bout the Hops Brewing in Mt Laurel, NJ. Many people in the area know this is the brewery that as all of the roadside signs. For those of you who see the signs and are trying to figure out which brewery it is, well it's this one. We sat down and spoke with one of the owner's Kevin and then were joined mid intervie…
 
As the pandemic continues, new businesses continue to open and the beer scene of NJ got another new brewery. Mechanical Brewing just recently opened (Black Friday) and before they did, Amy and Rob visited with James to talk about what he has going on in the brewery and what he's looking to accomplish. Make sure you visit them in Cherry Hill. Follow…
 
Art is a powerful tool for personal growth and shaping one's identity. With the growing accessibility of digital art and graphic design, more and more artists have the opportunity to use art for change, and represent their identity through that art. Host Antoine Williams talks with Jacinda Aytch, a graphic designer and illustrator residing in Green…
 
She Rocks team members Amari Poindexter, Brealyn Freeman, Iryanna (Giggles) Nixon, Jonaiyah Jordan, and Arabia Earth get together to reflect on the outcomes of this election season and talk about what school's been like through the COVID-19 pandemic. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted by Amari Poindexter, Iryanna (Giggles) Nixon, Bre…
 
"We are all We The People. When you tell me that I can't participate in an election, you telling me I'm not a part of We The People...that makes me feel like you are still oppressing me, and you still seeing me as three-fifths of a human." Daquan Peters is the Second Chance Alliance Coordinator at LINC Inc, a nonprofit in Wilmington, North Carolina…
 
"We are contributors, tax payers. We are entrepreneurs. We are business owners. We have mixed families. We are American...To me, it is important that I define who I am and I say my story, because it took me 25 years to be a U.S. citizen." Victoria Velazco says political parties and policies at the federal, state, and county levels don't always cons…
 
Payal Shah is a University of North Carolina student from Marshallberg, NC – a predominantly white and conservative town of 400 in Down East, North Carolina. As Shah heads to the voting booth for her first time this week, she thinks about Presidential rhetoric. And how it trickles down to affect how her family is treated in Marshallberg. Support th…
 
Shane Fernando has a long history as a member of the arts community in Wilmington, NC. In his current role as the Vice President of Advancement and Arts for the Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College, he shares some of the ways that he and his team are working to provide more access to the performing arts through work programs for students, s…
 
Murals are not just large paintings on a wall - they carry so much more history, meaning and importance. Erica Nelson, a muralist who runs her own business, Mural Modern, installs art in the Wilmington area. In this episode, she describes the art of painting murals, their importance and the challenges of working during COVID. Broadcast from the Sho…
 
Arabia talks about tropical storms Nana and Omar as they barrelled towards the coast at the start of September. Jonaiyah talks about the latest tracks that slap, and Amari and Giggles give us tips and tricks to stay focused getting back to school. Produced by Coastal Youth Media and GRITS. Hosted by Amari Poindexter, Iryanna (Giggles) Nixon, Jonaiy…
 
Covid-19 has drastically changed our lives, including the way we learn and educate our future generations. Early education has had to radically adapt, and with that comes the challenge of providing a well-rounded education to elementary, middle, and high school students. Irese Robinson, founder and creative director of New Freedom Hill, discusses t…
 
On one of our previous episodes we sat down with Jack, who is an owner and general manager and Ingrid, the brewer that was hired. A lot has changed. Construction woes which delayed the project in turn caused the need to find a new brewer. Then a pandemic hit in case you were not aware. After all the issues, they finally got their state approval, hi…
 
Brittani Smith (@PropheticPoetic, @JourneyBBones) is a poet from Wilmington, North Carolina. In this episode, Smith describes and performs her poem, "They Call Her Sapphire." Smith speaks about the history of the angry Black woman stereotype and how she's addressing it with her art. Broadcast from the Shoresides studio, Somewhere & Elsewhere uncove…
 
Wilmington on Fire, a 2015 feature-length documentary that tells the story of The Wilmington Massacre of 1898, is about to have a sequel: Wilmington on Fire II. The sequel will show Wilmington, North Carolina's modern day community members and their forms of activism - whether it's fighting for reparations, protesting police brutality, or building …
 
Eric came over on a Friday night, sat in the studio with me and we called Harry at X-Beerimental Brewing. A home brewing project that is looking to become another brewery once the pandemic is behind us. We sampled a few beers and had a nice long conversation with him on what he would like to do once he opens For the first time we were without Amy s…
 
In this episode, four of the She Rocks crew get together to discuss black mental health. Kam talks about her own experience with mental health and what resources she uses. Amari gets us up to speed on politics and music, updating us on the top ten tracks. Arabia kicks off our fun topic, cherished childhood memories, by talking about rides home from…
 
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