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Chelsea takes on Greg and Mark from The Uncommons in a sober round of Cards Against Humanity. She also gets a look at some of the other party type card games offered in the cafe. Songs featured in this episode: "Lost Weekend" by The So So Glos // "Fine Fine Fine" by !!! // "Madora" by Beverly Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
This episode of BreakThruTV is presented by Urban Outfitters… For one of the most fun cities in the world, it's hard to imagine that there is only one board game cafe in New York, but it's true. With over a thousand games to play or purchase, The Uncommons is different from other restaurants or bars that have only a few games on the shelf. Chelsea met with Greg May, the cafe's founder and CEO, to find out a little more about what the cafe has to offer and play a friendly round of Cat Tower. Songs featured in this episode: "New Years" by Asobi Seksu // "MRDR it’s ok" by Team Spirit // "Oh Nancy" by Young Rival // "I See More" by Ages And Ages // "Golden Girl" by Ladyhawke Follow The Uncommons on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
As a street performer in New York City, Billy has seen it all. In this edition of 1st Person, he shares a memory from his time performing in Central Park. Song featured in this episode: "My Mathematical Mind" by Spoon Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
In this edition of 1st Person, Lorraine shares stories about different types of traumas that have happened in her life and how those traumas have defined her outlook on the world in certain ways. Song featured in this episode: "Sixteen Forever" by The Casket Girls Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
After a lesson in pizza making and sampling her creation at Babbalucci, Chelsea checks out the bar for a taste of the “Beetlini Cocktail.” Earlicia, Babbalucci’s mixologist, explains the drink’s ingredients while putting them all together in the signature cocktail. Music featured in this episode: "Your Life In The End" by Prince Rama // "Concorde" by Incan Abraham Check out Babbalucci on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
BTRtv’s Chelsea White visits Babbalucci, in Harlem, where she gets a lesson in making pizza from chef and owner Andrew Lopresto. While learning to make the restaurant’s signature pie, Chelsea gets a surprise and finds out the meaning of the word “babbalucci.” Music featured in this episode: "Jaded" by GRMLN // "Chief" by Lettuce // "Ended Up Making Love" by MiWi La Lupa Check out Babbalucci on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
In this edition of 1st Person, Jesse discusses life as an artist as he knows it and talks about a major moment in his career. He also offers advice for anyone who might be on the same path. Song featured in this episode: "du Zirconia" by Com Truise Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
The same old workout, day after day, can become mundane pretty quickly. From crawling around like a jungle cat to working out in heels, Chelsea White runs down the list of the top five weirdest workouts which are sure to keep your fitness routine interesting. Song featured in this episode: "Everyone’s A Bitch" by Jaill // "Foreign Object" by The Mountain Goats // "Silvering" by LoneLady // "A Sea Ringed With Visions" by Fujiya & Miyagi // "Bye Bye (Ella Me Dice Vay)" by Gipsy Kings // "Another Toe In The Ocean" by Pixies Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
In this edition of 1st Person, Chris discusses his chosen transient lifestyle, in which he leaves himself open to continuously experiencing new things through a willingness to move from place to place. Song featured in this episode: "du Zirconia" by Com Truise Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Lucky Luna is a restaurant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, that features both Taiwanese and Mexican cuisines. After checking out the food, Chelsea got a look at the preparation behind the kimchi (made in-house with vegan and shellfish-free options) and nori bloody mary which won Best Overall and Most Original at the Bloody Mary Festival. Songs featured in this episode: "Waste A Lot Of Things" by Jaill // "Heart" by Dune Rats Follow Lucky Luna on Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Lucky Luna is a restaurant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, that features both Taiwanese and Mexican cuisines with a special focus on fostering community and sourcing local ingredients. Not a traditional fusion restaurant, the menu highlights dishes that might be found in Taipei or Oaxaca, but they are not combined. Chelsea White sat down with co-owner, Marisa Cadena, to talk a little about the inspiration for the restaurant and to sample a few menu items. Songs featured in this episode: "Ride" by Twenty One Pilots // "Hey You" by The Thermals // "Casual Wrecks" by Adult Books // “When They Fight, They Fight" by Generationals // "I Turn My Camera On" by Spoon // "Phantom Limb" by The Shins Follow Lucky Luna on Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Ah, alcohol. The magical liquid that allows us to release our inhibitions, think up some of our most brilliant ideas, and, of course, feel like we haven't eaten a bite of food in three weeks. Chelsea White tells us the top 5 things to eat when you're drunk AF. Songs featured in this episode: "Don’t Slow Down" by Matt & Kim // "Bed Case" by Tancred // "Killing Moon" by Tetherball // "Friendship" by Mike Dillon // "Trouble” by Hey Marseilles // “The Walls” by The Thermals Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
In this edition of 1st Person, Leigh shares what it means to be a dancer. She speaks about why dance is special to her as well as some of the struggles she has encountered. Song featured in this episode: "Raw Light Overture" by Botany Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
While visiting the Sakura Matsuri Festival, Johanna Botta got a special tutorial on samurai sword fighting from Yoshi Amao, the founder of Samurai Sword Soul. She learns basic fighting movements, their traditional names and gets a few tips on fighting like a samurai. Song featured in this episode: "The Yabba" by Battles Check out the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Facebook and Twitter. Follow Samurai Sword Soul on Facebook. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
BTRtv's Johanna Botta headed to the annual Sakura Matsuri Festival at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden for the yearly display of Japanese culture. She spoke with Yoshi Amao, the festival's Master of Ceremony, about the roots of the festival and also to some of the participants about what the festival has to offer. Songs featured in this episode: "Joyland" by Trust // "The Yabba" by Battles // "Higher" by Lia Ices // "Mantra (Shash'U Remix)" by Eman X Vlooper // "Untying The Knot" by Panda Bear // All other music composed by Kevin MacLeod Photo Credits: Luigi and Mario // Goku & Bulma Cosplayers // Sailor Moon Cosplayer // OKIMG_8472 // Team Rocket & Pikachu cosplayers Check out the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
Life can be hard sometimes. Lucky for us, this world is full of cute and furry distractions which can brighten up almost any situation. Chelsea White shares some of the obvious, and also less than obvious, things that are better when you add a cat. She also makes a few (p)awesome cat puns, because, honestly, who can help themselves? Songs featured in this episode: "When They Fight, They Fight" by Generationals // "When, When" by Civil Twilight // "Birth Right" by Domino Kirke // "Secret Door" by Arctic Monkeys // "You Don’t Know Me” by Son Lux // “Get Greasy” by Lettuce Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
America, the beautiful ... is actually a ticking time bomb. Chelsea White runs down the list of natural disasters that maybe we should be a bit worried about. Songs featured in this episode: "All About Us" by TEEN // "Get Out Of Here" by Cathy // "I Like The Things About Me" by Mavis Staples // "Beach III (Ocean Blue)" by Coastgaard // "All Night (feat. Hawkboy)" by TIGHTTRAXX & DNNYD // "Lowlands" by The Stranglers // "Mr. Adams / Who Feels Right (Live)" by White Fence Images and videos featured in this video via Creative Commons, public domain, fair use, etc: Dance fail // Sistine Chapel // Seattle // Hollywood Sign // Sleeping Beauty Castle // Napa Valley // Army Scientist // Al Roker // Northeast USA Map // Neat Living Room // Superbowl 50 // Iron Man // TMNT // Red Power Ranger // Wonder Woman // Dragon Ball Z // Wolverine // Superman // Bruce Willis Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
The Morbid Anatomy Museum in Gowanus, Brooklyn, aims to present death and other morbid subjects in a beautiful and welcoming context, in order to get people to rethink any negative views they might hold on the topics. BreakThruTV’s Johanna Botta continues her tour of the museum with creative director Joanna Ebenstein, checking out a two-headed duck, preserved bats, and a fetal possum in this follow-up to our previous episode featuring the institution.

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