The Latest On WNHH Radio

Lucy Gellman Photo The latest broadcasts on WNHH radio probe American identity in a nascent age of Trump, interrogate the word “sidepiece,” preview political protest, revisit immigrant and refugee families in New Haven, and celebrate New Haven’s nightlife scene.

On “Alisa’s Culture Cocktail,” host Alisa Bowens Mercado welcomes author Treamell Lawrence to talk about his new book project, and relationship expert Tonisha Lavonne to discuss whether “sidepieces” and mistresses still exist, or are a remnant of the past. To listen, click on or download the above audio.

“Cannoli-Knish Sports Hour” is liquored-up and ready to go! With co-host Joel Rudikoff at a Bar Mitzvah, hosts Vincent Mauro, Jr. and Adam Joseph are joined by liquor entrepreneur Damian Cashman and legal counsel Ben Gettinger to (briefly) discuss sports and New Haven nightlife. To listen, click on or download the above audio.

“Deep Focus” host Tom Breen welcomes SCSU faculty member Rena Tobey and her students Evie Jenkins and Emory Farb to talk about what the course “Shaping the American Identity” means for documentary filmmakers. To listen, click on or download the above audio, or check out the “Deep Focus” podcast.

“Community Spotlight” host Rev. Samuel T. Ross-Lee speaks about the trial of Dylann Roof, who murdered nine people and injured several others during a prayer service at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C. on June 17, 2015. To listen, click on or download the above audio.

Prepare to protest! “LoveBabz LoveTalk” host Babz Rawls-Ivy talks to Ann Hartman Massaro, organizer for both national and local meetings of the group Women & Allies Strike Out, about the local chapter’s upcoming Monday protest on the New Haven Green. To listen, click on or download the above audio.

On “Kitchen Sync,” WNHH Station Manager Lucy Gellman talks to Yale students Aaminah Bhat, Stella Shannon and Rashid Akbari about the recent formation of Students of Salaam, a community-focused group at Yale, and their upcoming part in a cooking class with two Syrian refugee moms at the New Haven Free Public Library. To listen, click on or download the above audio, or check out the “Kitchen Sync” podcast.

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