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Imagine talking about urban legends with your friends and having a lot of coffee! That's what this podcast is all about. It is devoted to our favorite drinks, lattes, and our favorite subject matter, urban legends. lattesandlegends@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lattes-and-legends/support
 
Luke Mordue examines the historical impact of the stories that haunt our society; tales that have gripped towns and cities across the world for centuries as true events. Urban Legends. Broken into three sections; The Story, where the tale is retold. The History, where the true crimes that inspired the legends are studied and dissected, and finally, the alternate versions, where several interpretations from around the world are divulged. Released Fortnightly.
 
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Episode Notes Join our Patreon for early access and bonus episodes and help support the show! A popular children’s song with a dark, hidden history. What’s the truth behind this game children still play today, and is it really as horrifying as it’s made out to be? BGM thanks to Myuuji, Kevin MacLeod and CO.AG.Sound effects thanks to Free Sound and …
 
Boyz II Men is an American boy band from Philadelphia best known for emotional ballads and a cappella harmonies. During the 1990s, Boyz II Men found fame on Motown Records as a quartet. Their music was the soundtrack to every prom, graduation, wedding, and barbecue for many millennials around the world. So sit back, settle in, and we’ll podcast to …
 
City Hall is the world's largest free standing masonry building and it serves as the center of municipal government in the City of Philadelphia. It houses the Philadelphia City Council chambers and the offices of the Mayor. There are courtrooms, records rooms, observation decks, and bomb shelters. So join us today as we go behind closed doors and m…
 
We had so much fun talking about old signs last week that we decided to do a deep dive on doors this week. Across the city you might notice these mid century relics mounted to the front of older Philly row homes. These locally produced entrances chronicle the evolution of taste and technology in our homes. Come and knock on our door, we’ve got a st…
 
Episode Notes Join our Patreon for early access and bonus episodes and help support the show! One strikes at 3 o’clock. The other wears all purple. They both strike school toilets. What should you do if you run into one of these terrifying grannies? BGM thanks to Myuuji, Kevin MacLeod and CO.AG.Sound effects thanks to Free Sound and freeSFX.License…
 
History has proven that with all the deaths and wars in the South, Virginia's hotels, which some were used as hospitals, have a tendency to welcome some spirits. These two spaces are known for being pretty haunted and you can see why. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lattes-and-legends/support…
 
The city is full of great signage. In fact, some famous Philly locations are better known for their big neon lights instead of what they actually sell. These antique lettered marquees and neon signs that adorn several of the city’s historic buildings are remnants of a bygone era. So today we’re going to take a look at signs that light the way to ha…
 
Baseball season is starting up this week and we’re in a mood to reminisce about a part of the city's sports mythology; the 1993 Phillies. The beer swilling, belly scratching, beard growing misfits of the major league seemed to defy all the odds on their way to becoming national league champions. So join us as we look back at that improbable pennant…
 
Episode Notes Join our Patreon for early access and bonus episodes and help support the show! On April 25, 2005, a train derailed on the Fukuchiyama Line. Numerous human errors were found to be at fault, but a legend soon sprang up that perhaps there may have been some ghostly fault as well… BGM thanks to Myuuji, Kevin MacLeod and CO.AG.Sound effec…
 
We kinda touched on the subject in our 50th anniversary episode but philly proudly boasts a long history of springtime pastries. There are a ton of great bakeries around town, some dating back to the late 1800’s, that keep these traditions alive. There’s Fasnachts on Fat Tuesday, Irish Potatoes on St Patty’s Day, Zeppoles on St Joe’s day, Easter Br…
 
Herr's is a Pennsylvania-based brand of snack foods most notable for their variety of potato chip flavors. While their products are sold throughout the Eastern United States and Canada, the 1oz chip bags have been a staple of Philadelphia lunches for as long as anyone can remember. So today we’re going to dive into Herr’s history and try to discove…
 
Content Creator, Patrick Cloud, talks with Justin about producing content for the popular social media platform 'All Def', dialing down All Def's "blackness" in order for the company to be successful, ownership of social media content, developing 'Roast Me' and 'Dad Jokes', getting celebrities involved with All Def's content, and more. Patreon: htt…
 
Episode Notes Join our Patreon for early access and bonus episodes and help support the show! There a certain website on the internet that you shouldn’t visit. If you do manage to find it, it will show you all sorts of dark and twisted images, but be careful. You might not be as alone as you think… BGM thanks to Myuuji, Kevin MacLeod and CO.AG.Soun…
 
I think we can all agree that the most eventful thing to happen in the year of 2020 was the launch of the South Fellini podcast: Legends Of Philadelphia. And today we’re celebrating our 50th episode. Usually we take a pause every ten episodes to look back at the previous episodes to discuss some errors and omissions. To mark the special occasion we…
 
Comedian, Shang, talks with Justin about his journey in stand-up and acting, developing his comedic voice, booking Def Comedy Jam, issues with some popular comedian's stand-up material, his upbringing and more. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/justinhires Merchandise: https://www.justinhires.com/shop TEXT ME: 727-472-3770 Instagram: https://www.ins…
 
For as long as people have inhabited Philadelphia and the surrounding area, dogs have been present, too. European immigrants to the Philadelphia region valued dogs for their utility and labor. In the 20th century they became household pets and members of the family. But in the 1990s a panic over wild dogs roaming the streets grabbed headlines and c…
 
Comedian, Ryan Davis, talks with Justin about creating his first viral videos, using social media's algorithm to his advantage, spending 16 hours a day on his social media content, backlash from other comics over his comedians list , opening door back open for online comics to headline clubs, importance of paying for promotion, not having a "leadin…
 
Episode Notes Join our Patreon for early access and bonus episodes and help support the show! There’s a tree in Hokkaido that’s said to cry whenever anyone attempts to cut it down. It’s haunted by the spirits of those who died on its branches or near its roots, and if you believe the rumours, it wants revenge. BGM thanks to Myuuji, Kevin MacLeod an…
 
Chuck Barris was a game show creator, producer, and host. Barris was known for hosting The Gong Show and creating The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game. But in the 1980’s Chuck published a book alleging he was actually a secret CIA operative fighting communists around the world. The rowdy game shows, mixing fact and fiction; many critics accuse Chu…
 
Actor/Dancer/Singer, Ephraim Sykes, talks with Justin about landing the role of Michael Jackson in the upcoming Broadway production 'MJ', knew 'Hamilton' was going to be a hit, working with Ariana Grande in the musical 'Hairspray Live!', explains his 'Ain't Too Proud' audition, being told "No" by all major dance companies prior to landing consisten…
 
Sherman Hemsley was an American actor, best known for his role as George Jefferson on the CBS television series All in the Family and The Jeffersons. George Jefferson was frequently opinionated, rude, bigoted, prone to scheming and not particularly intelligent. But the real life Sherman was a secret hippie who’s truest passions edged closer to sing…
 
Actor/Comedian, Roy Wood Jr., talks with Justin about his audition process for landing 'The Daily Show', what he's learned working with Trevor Noah, deciding to pursue stand-up after being cut from FAMU's baseball team & being arrested for stealing credit cards, making more money from open mic stand-up gigs than his first two journalism job offers,…
 
Most people make the assumption that New York City birthed graffiti. While the Big Apple certainly made it famous, the credit actually goes to a Philadelphia legend, CORNBREAD, whose unique tag resonated through the City of Brotherly Love beginning in the late '60s. Darryl McCray, better known by his tagging name "Cornbread", is the original graffi…
 
Actor/Comedian, Alphonso McAuley, shares stories about working with Bernie Mac, Terrence Howard, & David Alan Grier, getting on Vine because of watching Lil Duval's videos, linking up with social media stars King Bach & Page Kennedy, why he never auditioned for 'SNL', starting his acting career doing church plays, thoughts on him doing stand-up com…
 
While A.I. was never able to capture an NBA Championship he did win an MVP, four scoring titles, 11 All-Star appearances, and in 2016 he was inducted into the basketball hall of fame. Maybe his greatest achievement was his mastery of merchandise. In addition to having one the most popular jerseys in history, A.I. curated a signature sneaker line at…
 
Actor/Comedian, BIG JJ, talks with Justin about starting his stand-up career at 10 years old, being snuck into comedy clubs to perform when he was young, opening up for comedian Mike Epps, dealing with joke thieves, landing his Nickelodeon show 'Just Jordan', working with Ice Cube and Queen Latifah, how Bow Bow inspired him to start rapping, humbli…
 
Back in the 80’s the number one morning radio show in Philadelphia was hosted by whacky, walrus mustached John DeBella and his Zoo Crew. Their light hearted pranks, high energy interviews, and endlessly entertaining sound effects kept drivers occupied on the long waits in Schuylkill expressway traffic. But quick on his heels was drive-time rival Ho…
 
TV/Film Director & Producer, Rob Hardy, talks with Justin about his directing process, meeting his once producing partner Will Packer while attending college at FAMU, how their first independently produced film made them $10,000, explains how they raised money to get their independent films made & developed a distribution plan, producing the cult c…
 
The Allagash abductions - real or imagined? To contact us you can find our twitter @maulpodcast, on instagram we’re @maulpodcast. Our facebook is www.facebook.com/maulpodcast. Our email is maulpodcast@gmail.com If you want to support us then please rate and review our podcast wherever you can. If you want to support us even more, you can join our p…
 
The Flyers–Red Army game was a famous international ice hockey game played on January 11, 1976, between the Philadelphia Flyers of the North America-based National Hockey League, and the Central Sports Club of the Army Moscow, also known as the "Red Army Team" of the Soviet Union. So today we’re going to talk about how south philly won the cold war…
 
Actress, Gabrielle Dennis, talks with Justin about doing stand-up to be known as an actress, why Jamie Foxx is her blueprint, had less than a week to prepare for the role of Whitney Houston in the movie "The Bobby Brown Story", how she booked the HBO series 'A Black Lady Sketch Show', testing for SNL, working with comedic legend Damon Wayans, deali…
 
James Joseph Croce, Jim Croce, was an American singer-songwriter from South Philadelphia. Between 1966 and 1973, Croce released five studio albums and numerous singles. In the early 1970’s he regularly charted and even had a few number one songs on Billboard. His career was just starting to succeed when he tragically died in a plane crash at 30 yea…
 
Actor/Comedian, Tony Baker, talks with Justin about dropping out of college to pursue acting, what challenges he faced in Hollywood that lead him to doing stand-up comedy, how he began doing his legendary voiceover videos on social media, working with comedian KevOnStage & All Def, explains how to build a fan base online, and more. Patreon: https:/…
 
What's the story behind where Nightmare on Elm St came from? We find out today! To contact us you can find our twitter @maulpodcast, on instagram we’re @maulpodcast. Our facebook is www.facebook.com/maulpodcast. Our email is maulpodcast@gmail.com If you want to support us then please rate and review our podcast wherever you can. If you want to supp…
 
The Fleer Corporation, originally headquartered in Olney, holds a special position in the history and development of two quintessentially American activities: bubble gum and baseball cards. Fleer continues to manufacture more than four million pieces of its Dubble Bubble--the original bubble gum--each day. As one of the top three trading card compa…
 
Actor/Comedian, Kel Mitchell, talks with Justin about his Christianity faith, audition for 'All That', landing the TV series 'Kenan & Kel', reveals the true reason him and Kenan parted ways and how they reconnected, working on the film 'Mystery Men', advice from Katt Williams, tells funny Martin Lawrence & Tracy Morgan story, and more. Patreon: htt…
 
Joseph William Frazier was a professional boxer who competed from 1965 to 1981. Frazier was based out of Philadelphia and developed a reputation for his strength, durability, and relentless pressure fighting style. He reigned as the undisputed heavyweight champion from 1970 to 1973, and was the first boxer to beat Muhammad Ali. So for our first epi…
 
When we hear the name Jack, we may think of Jack the lad or Jack of all trades; We may think of Jack and Jill or Jack and the beanstalk. Some of us may even think of Kate Winslet whispering the name whilst Dicaprio slowly disappears into the freezing cold water of the North Atlantic Ocean. If we were to move our focus of the name onto 19th Century …
 
It doesn’t come up as often as it should but on Christmas night, 1776, General George Washington and his Revolutionary troops met just outside Philadelphia. They planned to secretly cross the Delaware River so that they could surprise King George’s mercenary troops celebrating the holiday in New Jersey. So, grab some eggnog and get comfy, we’re goi…
 
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