This episode, I talk about the real predators in the Netflix docuseries “Tiger King.” Please note, I y’all about mental and sexual abuse throughout this episode. I don’t go into graphic detail, but I talk about. If that’s not something you want to hear, skip this episode.
This episode, I talk about a Baltimore true crime tale of a 20 year old single mother whose life was stolen, and the three men accused of the crime. *WARNING* This episode contain some graphic details of a violent act and intimate partner violence. Listen at your own discretion.
This episode, I talk about the tragic story of the Suh family whose youngest member is currently serving 100 years in prison for murder. Aspects of this family’s story have been turned into made for TV movies and have been fodder for countless tv and news stories. But, this documentary tells a heartbreaking story of generational trauma and abuse leaving me wanting know more about this ill-fated family.
This episode, I talk a little about Bad Boys 3 before discussing key aspects of Netflix’s miniseries “Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez”. I have more questions than answers. Warning: while I don’t go into graphic detail, I do discuss violent crimes.
This episode, I talk about the second season of Surviving R. Kelly and the enormous pressure we put on victims to prove their victimhood. *Warning* this episode contains a discussion about violence and violence against women. Please listen at your own discretion.
Happy Hanukkah, merry Christmas and happy Kwanza! This episode, I talk about a Popular Mechanics article and wonder aloud what scientific and technological advances will this next decade bring? Here’s the link to the article. https://www.popularmechanics.com/culture/g29961445/2020-look-ahead/
This episode, I talk about Martin Scorsese’s film, “The Irishman”, unions, Jimmy Hoffa and CGI. I ramble a bit and mix up Jack Nicolas (the golfer) with Jack Nicholson (the actor). I also forget Marlon Brando’s name lol. Enjoy.
This episode, I rant rant about Ravens, local politics and the NFL before I talk about to murder cases where artificial intelligence is being used as evidence for the prosecution. Here are the links to articles on each case. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-us-canada-50269667 - https://www.wired.com/story/telltale-heart-fitbit-murder/
This episode, I talk about a secret that I’m still trying to understand today. Side note, I use some language that’s a little outdated in the beginning of this episode. I’m still learning terminology to describe men becoming involved with women who happen to be trans. Bear with me please!!!
Hollywood is fascinated with natural disasters hitting the US. So was I growing up. This episode, I talk about a few that made an impact on me. Click the link to donate to the National Association of the Bahamas to support those impacted by hurricane Dorian.
This episode, I talk about human trafficking from Main to Florida along US highway I-95. Visit https://humantraffickinghotline.org for more statistics in your state and how to get involved with efforts to stop human trafficking in your area. On another note, check out my YouTube page for random videos https://youtu.be/v66YkuJ2I6g
This episode, I talk about my weird Sam from “Dear White People” part of my life and getting to know a professor who continues to impact aspects of my life today. When you’re finished with this episode, head over to YouTube to catch my latest video. https://youtu.be/v66YkuJ2I6g
This episode, I talk about my visit to our family cemetery as well as my experience dealing with colorism as a child and as an adult. My husband’s loud footsteps on our hardwood floors make an appearance this episode too.
This episode, I talk about episode three of Pose season 2 entitled, “Butterfly/Cocoon” and the curious case of the skeleton found in the closet of a legendary ballroom performer/house mother. Warning, spoilers ahead and graphic descriptions of death. Sit this one out if you’re squeamish. Shout out to #MarshasPlate for their review of episode three and to Diamond for leading me to articles on this case.
This episode, I talk about indigenous tribes in Missouri and coming to terms with white presenting people claiming indigenous culture while giving a spoiler-free review of Rebecca Roanhorse’s supernatural thriller “Trail of Lightning” book one in the “Sixth World” series.
This episode is in honor of Juneteenth and everyone who fought to keep the celebration alive through the years. Be sure to participate in a celebration in your neck of the woods this week. Also, SCLC stands for Southern Christian Leadership Conference. That’ll make sense when you listen to the episode. Enjoy!
This episode, I talk about Ava DuVernay’s new series, “When They See Us” about the now exonerated Central Park Five and the 2012 Ken Burns documentary about the case. I mix up a few names here, but charge it to my brain - not my heart.
A spoiler-free conversation about Jordan Peele’s “Us” and the future of horror films. Have a theory about the movie? Send me a message via anchor.fm and I may include your message in an upcoming episode.
Severing my attachment to Erykah Badu. Warning, I cuss a few times in the episode and I talk about the crimes of Bill Cosby and the alleged crimes of R. Kelly. Not in detail, but I do talk about them. Because they apply.
An episode all about Black Mirror Bandersnatch (spoiler-free), choose your own adventure books, and the future of choose your own adventure programming. I’m recovering from a cold. Please bear with my nasal-sounding voice.
The country’s largest free art festival happens every year right here in Baltimore. I’m a touch sick this week, but I take a moment to talk about the festival and my memories of my first Artscape experience.
Baltimore has been a hothouse for cultivating hot new artists. In honor of Baltimore Magazine’s May Music Issue and it’s companion playlist of the 50 artists profiled in the issue, im reviewing a few of the songs and artists thst stood out to me. This episode is a bit longer than normal, but it'll be worth it.
Baltimore City is working to hire it’s second Police Commissioner this year, but how many has the city had over the last ten years? Listen to this show via anchor.fm/baebaltimore and leave me a message.
My name is Bae and I’m a non-clinical mental health professional living and working in Baltimore City. I moved here from the Midwest about ten years ago and instantly fell in love with the art scene, rich cultural heritage and communities, the food and the city’s quiet coolness. Through BaeBaltimore, I hope to spotlight the beauty that is Baltimore and put some of its ugliness in context. Along the way, I’ll also talk about my favorite reality tv shows, movies, and music festivals across the country. I hope you’ll stick around for the journey.