Mount Airy native and Middle Reliever for the Atlanta Braves, Jesse Biddle talks with Greg about his remarkable first year in the Big Leagues, overcoming adversity and terrible luck, moments of self-doubt, pivotal moments in his life, his thoughts on Philly, and much more.
Ryan Abe, known on the internet as RyansAverageLife, talks with Greg about the birth of his channel and his rise to 600,000 subscribers, how he makes money, the evolution of YouTube and social media, the impact of his mother’s death, his thoughts on Philly, and much more.
Check out Ryan’s channel @ https://www.youtube.com/user/RyansAverageLife
President and CEO of WURD Radio (the only African-American owned and operated talk radio station in Pennsylvania), Sara Lomax-Reese talks with Greg about the emergence of podcasts and how they can coexist with radio, the uniqueness of WURD, some of the most pressing and hotly debated issues in our city and the media’s role in fostering social change, what it’s like to be Black, American, and a woman in 2018, the impact her iconic father Dr. Walter Lomax had on her, her thoughts on Philly, and much more.
Greg talks with his father and President/CEO of Philadelphia Youth Basketball (PYB), Kenny Holdsman, about one of the most formative moments in his adult life, why Philadelphia was in need for a wholistic basketball-based youth development organization, how he and his team are raising $12 million to build a center, his experience with social entrepreneurship, his praises and critiques of Philly, and much more.
Learn how you can support PYB @ https://phillyyouthbasketball.org/