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743 Patterson Park AUDIO Podcast
23 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Ben DeHan: Don’t Embrace the Fear
Join Baltimore music sensation Ben DeHan in a heartfelt interview about rediscovering music and discovering love during COVID. Ben left his traditional job to start his own music group, and during that journey met his finance. When her mom dropped her cello off at their apartment, Ben's music -- and his life -- would never be the same. She became the one who whispers in his ear to not embrace the fear, and together they blend punk and the strings of her cello into rhythm that lifts you up and makes you want to dance -- or at least jog -- down Boston Street, past Canton, through Fells Point, right to the Inner Harbor.
27 minutes | Aug 7, 2021
Angela Schwartz: Finding Yoga Stillness (Audio)
Yoga instructor Angela Schwartz sits with Mike in a far-reaching interview exploring yoga, stillness and breath. An old family friend, Angela began teaching yoga right before the pandemic, and when her yoga studio closed, she scrambled to find her community. She didn't just find a community, Angela built a community. She brought yoga enthusiasts together from across the world -- she brought yoga teachers together from all seven continents -- and launched the Day of International Yoga. Angela describes building her community, the advantages of finding stillness and breath during COVID, and her overreaching philosophy about Yoga, choice, and well being.
8 minutes | Aug 4, 2021
Tasty Tidbit: Half Smoked Restaurant Review
Join Patterson Park Podcast host Mike Gatty in this Tasty Tidbit livestream of a quick restaurant review! Now that COVID is letting us venture into restaurants, we'll bring you those Baltimore spots we like and those we love. Tasty Tidbits are short and sweet livestreams highlighting our ecclectic artists, activists, entrepreneurs and FOOD SPOTS around Baltimore.
30 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
Miles Immler: Weathering the Storm (Audio)
The third installment in our three part series on being Transgender in 2021. Join transgender pioneer Miles Immler with US Event Photos lead photographer and podcast host Mike Gatty as they cover what it's like to be transgender today. The recent spike in violence against trans women, how to come out to your romantic partner as a trans person, how to come out as trans at work, what to do if a family member (including your child) comes out as trans, and even the dating issues surrounding transgender singles are all discussed in this heart felt episode. The Advocate article on Violence Against Trans Women of Color How to Tell if Your Child is Transgender A Beginner's Guide to Being An Ally for Trans People from GLAAD Study Cited by Miles on Trans Dating (Federalist Papers) OK Cupid's Trans Dating Policies
25 minutes | May 29, 2021
Miles Immler: The Best Birthday Ever (Audio Part 2: Growing Up Trans)
Miles Immler joins Mike Gatty to tell a story of discovery, of realizing he was a trans man. Part 2 of a 3 part series, Miles details his journey to gender affirmation surgery, being outed at work, struggling through childhood and puberty, and finally, coming out on the other side. His birthday present to himself? The first surgery. It was the best birthday present ever. If you are trans, a family member has come out as trans, or you just want to learn more about the LGBTQIA+ community, this is a powerful episode.
25 minutes | May 23, 2021
Weekend Update featuring Shelley Brown
Join host Mike Gatty with author Shelley Brown live in our studios. Shelley updates Mike on all her projects since her original podcast episode -- including her new book, due out on June 22.
23 minutes | May 15, 2021
Miles Immler: The Nicest Guy You’ll Ever Meet (Audio)
Miles Immler, who grew up with Mike just outside of Baltimore, MD, is a transgender pioneer. In his quiet and humorous way, Miles takes Mike through what it means to be transgender in this first of a three part + series. Don’t know what the + stands for? You better watch the series. If you are growing up trans, have a family member who recently told you they were trans, have a friend who is trans, or just want a heartfelt explanation about what it means to be a trans person today you'll want to watch this episode.
18 minutes | May 14, 2021
Extra Special Tasty Tidbit: On Being Trans Today (Audio)
Join Patterson Park Podcast host Mike Gatty on some background explanations about what it means to be LGBTQIA+ today. This brief talk is great background if your wondering what all those letters stand for, how the community looks towards history for affirmation, and where some of the most recognizable gay symbols of justice come from. It's a primer for anyone who is interested in the LGBTQIA+ community and will help you understand the intricacies of being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex or alternative today. Aired as a livestream 5/14/2021.
14 minutes | May 6, 2021
Extra Special Tasty Tidbit with Pariah Sinclair (Audio)
Our first Extra Special Tasty Tidbit Livestream, join US Event Photos Owner and Podcast host Mike Gatty with Pariah Sinclair, Baltimore Drag Sensation. Streamed live on all our platforms, Pariah talks candidly about life as a drag queen, how Rupaul's Drag Race has impacted local performers, and "Barbie crotch". You just have to tune in to get details.
24 minutes | May 1, 2021
Pariah Sinclair: Baltimore’s Ultimate Real Housewife AUDIO
Pariah Sinclair, Baltimore's drag sensation sits down for a heart to heart to talk about performing during COVID, Baltimore's drag scene, growing up and becoming a drag performer and more. The artist tackles how his personality changes when he transforms into the character Pariah, how his family has supported his drag career, and touches on his own Baltimore drag family, the Haus of Death Glam.
34 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
Weekend Update: Mollye Miller (Audio)
Weekend Update is our new live stream bringing you a casual chat with the artists, activists and entrepreneurs featured on the Patterson Park Podcast. Weekend Update will stream live on our Patterson Park Podcast group Facebook page, and to the US Event Photos Facebook page. This week, Baltimore photographer Mollye Miller sits for a chat with Mike about her Front Porch Project, 1 for 1 Family Sessions, Baltimore photojournalism, and her overriding philosophy as an artist. Join Mike for a talk on photography live an unscripted, right from the US Event Photos studio in East Baltimore. Join the Patterson Park Podcast Facebook Page to be notified every time we stream live.
24 minutes | Apr 17, 2021
Baltimore Singer Candace Potts: A Voice in Flight (Audio)
Baltimore singing sensation Candace Potts join Mike in a heartfelt discussion about music, song, dance, and being a plus sized model. She describes her visceral reaction to the events of June, 2020, and how she responded with her art. She talks about her family, growing up immersed in creativity, and her community, which has supported her journey into music and art. This in-depth look at a prominent Baltimore art personality is the latest chapter in Mike’s ongoing discussion about creativity, the pandemic and community.
25 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
The Baltimore AAPI Community: Food Nomad (AUDIO)
The Food Nomad of Instagram (@FoodNomad), Leandro Lagera, joins host Mike Gatty in a sweeping discussion about the Baltimore AAPI community. From the recent Atlanta murders to the BLM protests to LGBTQ rights, Mike and Leandro delve into the struggle for equality and justice. Mike asks Leandro about similarities between the movements, life as an AAPI immigrant in Baltimore, and struggles unique to the AAPI community. This is one perspective of life today in the Baltimore AAPI community from one of Instagram's favorite -- and most outspoken-- local influencers. Part advocate and part foodie, part influencer and part protestor, Leandro's voice is passionate and resolute. Part 1 of 2.
24 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Baltimore, Booze, and COVID: Mr. Nice Guy Cocktails (AUDIO)
Baltimore favorite bartender Anthony Nastasi kicked off his new business, Mr. Nice Guy Cocktails, just as the COVID-19 pandemic crippled Baltimore nightlife . When the governor announced new liquor rules, Anthony launched a unique business in the age of no-cotact, no eat-in dining, no drink-in bars. Despite the odds, he created one of the most successful businesses during the pandemic, his story is inspiration on adapting, moving forward, and breaking new ground when others are paralyzed with fear.
27 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
Baltimore Food Scene: ah-MAY-zing Eats (AUDIO ONLY)
Join @Baltimorefoodscene Samantha Stern, locally famous on Instagram with 40,000+ followers, as she takes a foodie trip around the 'hood. Old fave restaurants and new additions top her list of best Baltimore spots -- from Italian bistros to food trucks, from bakeries to pizza joints. An upbeat and energized look at Baltimore foodies in the age of COVID, if you love to eat, this is an interview not to be missed. Stay tuned to the end -- we'll list all the places she recommends. Yup, it's AMAZING. (ah-MAY-zing!) Restaurants recommended in this episode: (We receive no compensation from restaurants we recommend. * indicates they were also recommended by Chef Andrew Weinzirl in the previous episodes.) Scittinos Italian Market 1701 Edmondson Ave. Catonsville, MD 21228 410-788-2369 Amicci’s of Little Italy 231 S. High St. Baltimore, MD 21202 410-528-1096 Thai Street* Broadway Market (Fells Point) 667-212-5906 La Scala 1012 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21202 410-783-9299 Tio Pepe 10 E. Franklin St. Baltimore, MD 21202 410-539-4675 Matthew’s Pizza 3131 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21224 410-276-8755 Underground Pizza Co. 30 Market Place Baltimore, MD 443-347-6190 NiHao* 2322 Boston St. Baltimore, MD 21224 443-835-2036 The Charleston* 1000 Lancaster St. Baltimore, MD 21202 410-332-7373 Papi Cuisine 1928 Fleet Street Baltimore, MD 21231 410-246-2166 Fuzzies Food Truck 443-708-2169 Gypsy’s Truckstaurant 3515 Clipper Mill Rd. Baltimomre, MD 21211 443-869-5609 Duck Duck Goose 814 S. Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 443-869-2129 Thames Street Oyster House 1728 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 443-449-7726 Crust by Mack 3300 Clipper Mill Rd. Baltimore, MD 21211 443-414-8048 Café Dear Leon* 2929 O’Donnell St. Baltimore, MD 21224 667-312-2977 Ovenbird Bakery 300 S. Exeter St. Baltimore, MD 21202 443-885-9998 Mr. Nice Guy’s Cocktails* 800 S. Kenwood Ave. Baltimore, MD 21224 443-708-2169
20 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Andrew Weinzirl: A Chef’s Guide to Baltimore (Audio)
(AUDIO FILE may need to "play in new window") Join Baltimore Chef Andrew Weinzirl and his partner Lina Bertinelli as they talk about the Baltimore food scene. Chef Andrew highlights some of the best independent restauranteurs in Baltimore, local spots where he eats, and discusses both his past and current culinary projects. Part 2 of 2. Resources and restaurants highlighted in this podcast: Ekiben: 1622 Eastern Ave. Asian Insoired plus small plates. Phone Unavailable. Ni Hao: 2322 Boston St. Contemporary Chinese. 443-835-2036 Orto: Italian inspired. 1709 N. Charles St. 443-759-7200 Cafe Dear Leon: 2929 O'Donnell St. Breads, Pastries fresh baked. 667-312-2977 Revisions Books and Bar: Opening late March 2031 E. Fairmont St. Roses Bakery: In Northeast Market, 2101 E. Monument St. We had their cookies, but they are known for cakes. 410-675-8411 The Brewer's Art: 1106 N. Charles St. Homemade brews and new American 410-254-2376 Maggie's Farm: 4341 Harford Rd., Farm to table. 410-254-2376 Woodberry Kitchen: 2010 Clipper Park Rd., Different pop-up menus weekly. 410-464-8000 Charleston: 1000 Lancaster St., New American 410-332-7373 @FoodNomad (instagram): Baltimore foodie and social commentary
20 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Revisions Books and Bar: Opening a Restaurant During a Pandemic (AUDIO)
Meet the new owners of Revisions Books and Bar, a restaurant to open just off Patterson Park in March 2021. Chef Andrew Weinzirl and his partner Lina Bertinelli join host Mike Gatty in a frank discussion about the local restaurant industry during COVID 19. They discuss their plans for their new restaurant, how they are planning both the menu and their inventory, and even the lure of comfort food. Part 1 of 2. (In some cases, you may need to select "play in new window."
27 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
Wes Anderson: Music Unbound (Audio)
Join Podcast host Mike Gatty for a behind-the-scenes look at the independent music industry in 2021. Baltimore Musician and collaborator Wes Anderson joins Mike for an in-depth talk about Music, working collaboratively with other artists, marketing music for the independent artist, and coping with COVID-19. (Click "play in new window".)
21 minutes | Jan 9, 2021
Mollye Miller: Only with my Camera (Audio podcast)
(Audio Podcast) Join US Event Photos owner and podcast host Mike Gatty as he talks Baltimore photography with local favorite Mollye Miller. We talk about her Front Porch Project, photographing Black Lives Matter protests, and telling stories through imaging by capturing emotion. It’s a heart felt discussion of art and creativity and continues our series of how creative people have adapted to the pandemic.
25 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
Our Own Mini Artscape (Audio)
Join US Event Photos owner Mike Gatty as he talks to mom and son art team, Aaron Hill and Cheryl Lawson. Cheryl discovered her love of art and creativity during the COVID-19 pandemic as she drew in the middle of Baltimore's Patterson Park. Aaron is a social media personality who decided to bring his piano right out into our community, playing pop up concerts on the street corners, in the parks, in surrounding towns, and even in driveways. We discuss everything from how art has been impacted by Black Lives Matter to teaching for 36 years in Baltimore City Schools. Take a listen.
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