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Join the studio audience for a live broadcast of All Of It, WNYC’s daily arts and culture show hosted by Alison Stewart. Indie rock band Yo La Tengo will be there along with culinary collective Ghetto Gastro, New York Times best-selling author Emma Straub, and comedian Jordan Carlos!
*Schedule and guests are subject to change.
**Please arrive no later than 11:50AM. Late arrivals will need to wait for a break in the live broadcast to enter the studio.
All Of It with Alison Stewart is a live daily conversation about culture and the culture in and around New York City.
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Jordan Carlos most recently served as a writer and on-air contributor for Comedy Central’s THE NIGHTLY SHOW WITH LARRY WILMORE. He is well known for his hilarious commentary on various MTV and MTV2 series, including; GUY CODE, GIRL CODE, GUY COURT, CHARLAMAGNE & FRIENDS and AIN’T THAT AMERICA. Additionally, Jordan can be seen dispensing his comedic wit on VH-1’s I LOVE THE 2000’s and the popular Yahoo digital series, MANSOME.
Jordan lives in Brooklyn, New York and continues to perform his insightful and hilarious stand-up comedy in venues around the country.
Credit: Photo by Melanie Dunea
Emma Straub is the New York Times best-selling author of All Adults Here, The Vacationers, Modern Lovers, Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures and the short story collection Other People We Married. Her books have been published in twenty countries. She and her husband own Books Are Magic, an independent bookstore in Brooklyn, New York.
Ghetto Gastro is the Bronx-born culinary collective from Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao, and Lester Walker. The group has notably defined its own lane, merging food, fashion, music, art, and design. Claiming both the beauty and grit from the streets with the aspiration and aesthetics of the finer things, GhettoGastro’s interdisciplinary approach celebrates the Bronx as a driver of global culture. The crew masterfully blends influences from the African diaspora, Global South ingredients, and the pulse of hip hop to create offerings that address race, identity, and economic empowerment.
Since launching in 2012, Ghetto Gastro has gone from hosting underground parties to spearheading large-scale brand campaigns and events with leading fashion designers, artists, and entrepreneurs. Their collaborators and partners include figures like Virgil Abloh, Nike, Cartier, the Serpentine, the Museum of Modern Art, and many more.