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# M Y S T O R Y

# M Y S T O R Y with Jalen Celestine

On the third installment of # M Y S T O R Y, Long Island Lutheran H.S. Basketball player Jalen Celestine breaks down his summer on playing with his new AAU Team (UPlay Canada), shares his experience playing in some of the biggest basketball camps this summer, how he spent his time away from the game, and much more. Come along for the ride…..

*** Thanks for tuning in, and don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast and the blog below, and also, the podcasts are now available for download. You can now check out the podcasts on Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayStitcher, and Spotify. You can get to all of those apps on your IOS or Android devices. ***

# M Y S T O R Y with Jalen Celestine

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Cal Cee // South Shore Ave

To subscribe to South Shore Ave, click onto the Follow button, and enter your email address, or click onto the RSS Feed. Very special thanks to Jalen Celestine for sharing his journey. Also, major thanks to Slim Dinero for his “No Hesitation” Intro/Outro. His latest album “Here To Stay” has gone over 1M streams on Spotify alone. Major congratulations to his hard work. 

 

 

#TheStoop: 30 Years of Doin’ The Right Thing…

#TheStoop: 30 Years of Doin’ The Right Thing…

Today on the Season 3 premiere of #TheStoop: A Mini-Podcast Summer Series, in the spirit of Flashback Friday, we take you back to one of the greatest movies ever made. Thirty years ago last week, Spike Lee launched his 3rd cinematic movie “Do The Right Thing”, a movie that perfectly captured the racial tensions of one hot summer day in Brooklyn (Bed-Stuy to be exact). I invite DJ/Producer DJ Keo, ESPN’s 30 for 30 Podcast producer Andrew Mambo, and SSA Family Member Kevin W as we discuss how this movie affected our generation, how it relates to the culture the last 5 years, how this movie & Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power” elevated each other, if Radio Raheem is actually underrated, plus a lot more.

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#TheStoop: A Mini(Podcast)-Series // 30 Years of Doin’ The Right Thing

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The Ave Podcast – Confessions of A Fan… Vol. 2

The Ave Podcast with Cal Cee. Episode 67: Confessions of A Fan… Vol. 2

Today on The Ave Podcast, I invite back SSA Family Member Kevin W. as we revisit his life as a die-hard fan…. of the New York Knicks. We update the trials and tribulations since the last episode two years ago. From the Kristaps Porzingis trade, to James Dolan banning someone else from Madison Square Garden, rooting for the Carmelo experience, the cynical POV of a better tomorrow with all that salary cap space this summer, Dyin’ for Zion, we get all in the crevasses of this franchise. We wrap up the podcast discussing the dysfunctional Los Angeles Lakers season.

These confessions are similar to Usher’s, except it comes with zero awards or accolades, and it’s much more painful. Please enjoy…

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The Ave Podcast with Cal Cee // Episode 67

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# M Y S T O R Y

# M Y S T O R Y

South Shore Ave Presents….. # M Y S T O R Y

This is the fourth podcast show launched from South Shore Ave Radio. This new podcast series focuses on various individuals who let us into their lives, as they embark upon their journey towards their dreams. On the debut episode, Long Island Lutheran H.S. Basketball player Jalen Celestine, shares the very beginnings of his love for basketball, and his path towards achieving an NCAA Basketball scholarship. Come along with us….

*** Thanks for tuning in, and don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast and the blog below, and also, the podcasts are now available for download. You can now check out the podcasts on Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayStitcher, and Spotify. You can get to all of those apps on your IOS or Android devices. ***

# M Y S T O R Y ft. Jalen Celestine

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To download the podcast, feel free to click on Jalen’s picture:

Cal Cee // South Shore Ave

To subscribe to South Shore Ave, click onto the Follow button, and enter your email address, or click onto the RSS Feed. Very special thanks to Jalen Celestine for sharing his journey. Also, major thanks to Slim Dinero for his “No Hesitation” Intro/Outro. His latest album “Here To Stay” is available everywhere on all platforms. 

#TheStoop: The Kania Way w/Stacey Bafi-Yeboa

#TheStoop: The Kania Way w/Stacey Bafi-Yeboa

Today on #TheStoop: A Mini(Podcast)-Series, we invite Stacey Bafi-Yeboa (Owner/Founder of Kania) to the show as we discuss her journey with her clothing line. We also discuss her transition from a Broadway Dancer to a Fashion Designer, and breakdown her runway show presentation at New York’s Fashion Week, plus more.

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#TheStoop: A Mini(Podcast)-Series // The Kania Way w/Stacey Bafi-Yeboa

 

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Cal Cee // South Shore Ave

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The Ave Podcast – Remembering Prodigy

The Ave Podcast with Cal Cee. Episode 26: Remembering Prodigy

Today on The Ave Podcast, we remember the career of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy. Simple as that.

I invited DJ Chris Nice (Grooves & Rhythms Mixshow, Fridays from 2 – 4PM on MyLime Radio)DJ G-Sharp (WTF Throwback Mix, Fridays 8 – 8:30AM on WPGC’s 95.5FM in Washington, D.C.), PressBasketball.Com’s own Will Strickland (The Open Run; Host/Organizer of Full Court 21 Canada), and past contributor to South Shore Ave Shawn Adonis (25th Anniversary of Juice, The MVPs of 2016) to discuss our favorite songs, the impact Prodigy made on Hip Hop, his star turn on Shook Ones Pt II, plus more.

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The Ave Podcast with Cal Cee // Episode 26

 

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The Ave Podcast – Remembering Prodigy 

 

BONUS

DJ Chris Nice’s Tribute to Prodigy from Grooves & Rhythms Mixshow 06.23.2017

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Cal Cee // South Shore Ave

To subscribe to South Shore Ave, click onto the Follow button, and enter your email address, or click onto the RSS Feed. Very special thanks to DJ Chris Nice, DJ G Sharp, Will Strickland, & Shawn Adonis for their guest appearances on this podcast.