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Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour is a weekly podcast hosted by Sofia Stanley, Emile Ennis Jr. and Kennelia Stradwick, that serves listeners a taste of exactly what happens when a lawyer, a host and a comedian, walk into a cyber bar. Listen as they discuss, argue, dissect, analyze anything and everything including sex, religion and politricks. They rarely agree on anything, except that, sometimes the only thing that gets you through the week is, a shot of conversation. At Happy Hour you BYOB, but the tea is on us.
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Now displaying: November, 2015
Nov 26, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian walk into a cyber bar and are so grateful to discuss this week’s trending topics. This episode they discuss whether beauty is moving away from plastic surgery in favor of “natural” beauty; whether Americans should practice “Conscious Capitalism” on Black Friday ; and why they are so Thankful for Thanksgiving. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

K Michelle wants her old booty back

Some Retailers Step Back From Black Friday Frenzy

The Year Network TV Finally Let Us See Natural Black Hair

Meet the 29-year-old YouTuber who turned her natural hair into a massive career opportunity

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

Nov 19, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian walk into a cyber bar and add an extra dose of amour to this week’s trending topics. This episode they discuss Ronda Rousey's epic loss; the global impact of the recent Paris terrorist attacks; Charlie Sheen’s announcement that he is HIV+, and whether Patti LaBelle needs to cut a rising social media star a check for her pies million dollar success. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

Ronda Rousey's epic loss

Paris Attacks – Global Effect

Charlie Sheen's HIV+ announcement

Patti LaBelle's Pie

James Wright tries Patti LaBelle's Pie

Nov 12, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian walk into a cyber bar and have a hard time mixing a cocktail because the trending topics are “not hot”. This episode they discuss whether being called gay is still an insult; how Mizzou students’ activism is highlighting a larger issue regarding racism on US campuses; whether the NFL’s treatment of Greg Hardy highlights a hole in their domestic violence policy and whether giving your husband a hall pass is a recipe for disaster. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

Is being called gay an insult

Protests at Mizzou

Greg Hardy & NFL Policy on Domestic Violence

Toya Wright gives husband a "hall pass"

Nov 5, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian walk into a cyber bar and get a little ‘juiced’ discussing this week’s trending topics. This episode they debate whether there is life on Mars; whether the Black Church’s traditional stance on gay members is un-Christian; the legal and social next steps regarding the Assault at Spring Valley; and whether Halle Berry’s ex-husband David Justice was justified in airing her dirty laundry or was he overly emotional. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

Mars, are we alone?

Black and Gay in the Church

Support Spring Valley Victim by Todd Rutherford – GoFundMe

David Justice Denies Abusing Ex-Wife Halle Berry, Points Finger at Wesley

Snipes and Issues a Warning to Olivier Martinez

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