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Bushwick Junction
Hosted by Asha Saluja.

Here we are in Bushwick. How did we get here? Bushwick Junction is an interview-style show in which guests tell the stories of their lives as a series of decisions. Starting at the beginning, host Asha maps the road between birth and airtime, focusing on the big choices that led us to where we are. Is our destination fated, or can our direction at any given junction change our course forever?

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Category: Talk

About Asha Saluja

Asha is from Miami and lives in Brooklyn. She likes sad music, glitter, and every bar in Bushwick. This show was inspired by her lifelong struggle with decisions large and small.

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  • Episode 11 - Nick Has A Lot Of Energy
    by Asha Saluja on February 27, 2018 at 11:45 pm

    Nick tells us about the pivots in his professional life - leaving college to become a touring musician, then leaving that life for a career in politics and news - and about the personal undercurrents that paved the way for them. Listen →

  • Episode 10 - Elann Chooses Radio
    by Asha Saluja on February 23, 2018 at 11:15 pm

    Actor, director, and fellow RFB host Elann Danziger describes his pivot between creative fields as a young adult: he started life as an actor, but was seduced by college radio. He tells the story of returning to acting, and eventually to directing, while keeping his passion for audio alive too. Listen →

  • Episode 9 - Orie Gets Back To His Roots
    by Asha Saluja on February 11, 2018 at 10:15 pm

    Television reporter and fellow RFB host Orie Givens tells the story of pursuing the career he'd always known he wanted, but not until the exact moment he was ready for it. Listen →

  • Episode 8 - Vanessa Goes With Her Gut
    by Asha Saluja on January 29, 2018 at 7:15 pm

    Vanessa Ide talks about her knack for instinctive decision-making, starting with a version of herself she chose not to become at the age of 14. Listen →

  • Episode 7 - Shamia Says "Okay"
    by Asha Saluja on January 24, 2018 at 4:15 pm

    Shamia Casiano describes her decision not to succumb to darkness after a terrible loss at age 16. Instead, she summoned all her determination and took a series of small steps to embrace happiness and build her self-esteem. Years later, she's still enjoying the fruits of this labor. Listen →

  • Episode 6 - Rachel Meets Herself
    by Asha Saluja on January 24, 2018 at 2:59 pm

    Rachel Webb tells the story of how she came to practice Tibetan Buddhism. What started as an interest in yoga turned into a renunciation of meat and alcohol, a life-changing trip to Nepal, and an undertaking of vows aimed at customizing a more pleasant reality. Listen →

  • Episode 5 - Melissa Keeps Her Options Open
    by Asha Saluja on January 23, 2018 at 4:29 am

    New Women Space co-founder Melissa Wong describes designing a life that allows her to channel her well-rounded nature into her passions for building communities and fostering IRL connections. Listen →

  • Episode 4 - Tiffany Gets Ejected
    by Asha Saluja on January 23, 2018 at 3:28 am

    Tiffany Diane tells us how the universe conspired to move her from Austin to NYC, where she worked hard to land herself a career as an editor and journalist. Listen →

  • Episode 2 - Tom Goes To The Zoo
    by Asha Saluja on January 22, 2018 at 8:38 pm

    In our second episode, Radio Free Brooklyn co-founder Tom Tenney tell us about an early lesson about the power of unlimited thinking, his career in the performing arts, everything we ever wanted to know about clown school, and the confluence of passions that led him to launch RFB. Listen →

  • Episode 1 - Rob Prichard
    by Asha Saluja on January 18, 2018 at 10:20 pm

    In our inaugural episode, RFB co-founder Rob Prichard takes us through his journey through his angry youth, finding solace in the punk scene, making a name for himself in alternative theater, and the decision to found RFB. Listen →