Month: June 2012

The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour

The Brothers Lehman discuss the end of the 2012 NBA Finals, the upcoming NBA Draft, the retirement of LT. Roger Clemens and the Steroid Era, and the Sandusky trial. Twitter: @BrothersLehman; Email:; Hotline: (323) 455-4219

Movers & Shakers: Greg Smith and LASAE

Listen in as KC talks to Greg Smith, president of the Believe Foundation, about his push to open an arts and entertainment charter school in the city of Inglewood.

The Break: Black Men’s Sexual Politics (PODCAST – NSFW)

Listen in as KC chats with her favorite podcasters about do’s and don’t for Black men in the bedroom. This is a special edition “Members Only” podcast – enjoy!

Movers & Shakers: Erdolo Eromo (AUDIO)

Listen in as KC chats with one of the youngest executives in the mobile industry, Erdolo Eromo.

The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour (AUDIO)

In this episode, the Brothers Lehman speak about the NBA Finals going into game 3, Phil Jackson rejecting the Knicks, Lil Wayne’s time in Oklahoma CIty, and the US Open. Contact us via Twitter: @BrothersLehman; Email:; Hotline: (323) 455-4219

Culture Connection: Fun with the Kids (AUDIO)

Listen in as Brother Malcolm tells us about cultural events that are perfect for children!

The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour

Join us in the happy hour as we preview the NBA Finals between MIami and Oklahoma City. We also discuss the questionable outcome in the Pacquiao/Bradley fight, the shooting at Auburn and a little NFL.
Contact the Brothers Lehman on Twitter: @BrothersLehman; Email:; Hotline: (323)455-4219

The Break: Mics Off! (PODCAST)

Listen in to a Black Is exclusive – an unedited, “Mics Off” podcast session.

The Brothers Lehman Sports Happy Hour (AUDIO)

Listen in as the Lehman brothers continue to break down the NBA Playoffs! For comments/questions, email us at or call the hotline at (323) 455-4219! You can also access this podcast via iTunes and Stitcher Radio!

The Break: The Most Influential Black Films of the Last 20 Years (PODCAST)

Listen in as KC and the family discuss Black films that made the greatest impact in the last 20 years.