This week’s episode is the kickoff of season 2 of the GrahmSnacks Podcast. Brothers Pat, Paul, and Garry interview Dr. Abraham Jules about his history of pastoring, what makes a strong leader, and life lessons he has learned (and continues to learn) throughout his life. The group talks about dropping their children off at college for the first time, specifically their daughters. Dr. Jules and the Graham brothers talk about how daughters want to be seen as independent from their fathers when they start attending college, and how accepting this newfound independence and separation can be tough on parents. …
Garry Graham and Skylar Spencer
On this episode of SnackTime With The Grahams, the brothers welcome The Caines Twins; Dwayne Caines who is the CEO of ‘The City of Hamilton’ and Wayne Caines who is the President of a utility company. The conversation started off with the brothers reminiscing and catching up with their guests. It then continued with a necessary conversation about prostate cancer in the Afro-Caribbean and African American communities. The Caines Twins got personal and talked about their experience of dealing with prostate cancer and the tolls it took on them and their wives. The twins dove…
Garry Graham MA, MPH
1. The title sequence was the same
· As a fan of Eddie Murphy I always looked forward to the opening sequence. Usually you would see the paramount logo including the mountain and the stars.
· The first fonts were corny to me , but to see it again made me feel warm.
2. Great to see Wesley Snipes
By Garry Graham MA, MPH
I thought I heard it all. I thought I knew it all. This week the impeachment managers brought some information to light. Some information were amplified — we already knew thanks to the news. Other information were brought to light. Here are 10 takeaways that I observed during the trail.
The exchange between the capital police officers — where one of them stated they he been called nigger 15 times.
The staff of congressional leaders and people who worked at the capitol is somewhat mind boggling . I forget there…
Here are three of mine: What are yours?
What are your pet peeves? Today I would like to share a couple of mine with you. I am sure we have some of the same issues but maybe you have a couple that I never thought about.
I love baseball! I love everything about it, the stadiums, the records, the smell of hot dogs and popcorn; however, two things particularly excite me — the stadium and the uniforms. When I go to the stadium, I love to see the grass, the sprinklers spraying the field, the pop of the glove and fans clamoring in the stands for autographs or foul balls. But the best thing — I mean the greatest thing about baseball is the uniforms. One of the stand-out accessories is the baseball “socks” or stirrups. Man, I wanted one so badly I did not think…
Tribute to Twin Pastors from Brooklyn who influences lives
I am the first born of three; however, I wasn’t too pleased when my twin brothers came along and, by the time I was around 5, I had anger and jealousy in my young heart.
On a warm summer’s day my mom took us to the store to get some chips and soda, my favorite treat. My brothers were in one of those double strollers and the store was located on a hill on the corner of Albany Avenue and Lefferts Avenue. While my mother was in the store, I had…
Garry Graham and Garry “Tony” Graham II
COVID-19 or the Coronavirus disease, is a highly infectious disease that is caused by the corona virus. Since its discovery in late 2019, the Coronavirus outbreak in China has turned into a world-wide pandemic that has infected close to two million people and killed over one hundred thousand individuals internationally. Common symptoms include dry cough, tiredness and fever, and may not be evident for up to two weeks following your exposure the virus. …