Blog Categories

Sammy Younan is the program director of Girth Radio: an online radio station that started broadcasting from inside The Pacific Junction Hotel bar (RIP!). At Girth he Hosts My Summer Lair (a pop culture celebration) & In Session… (which features music performances).

An avid writer; Red Letter Nights is his first book. His writing has appeared in the National Post, USA Today, Sole Shift, Relevant and Geek Hard.

Sammy doesn't get along with pants: Down With Pants!

My Pal Sammy Episode 4: The First...And The Last

My Pal Sammy Episode 4: The First...And The Last

Every Christmas break I pantlessly sit and watch and absorb a lot of pop culture (books, comic books, tv shows and movies) and then I have tea and I think a lot and I write a lot so this time I’m recording a handful of My Pal Sammy episodes; this is my Captain’s Log...a record of some of the pop culture I've been consuming and some of the stuff I've been thinking about over my 2018 Christmas Break.

Listen here or click on the handy dandy download link.

Tonight...January 1st, 2019 shortly after midnight and as I sip my English Breakfast tea I'm thinking about The First and The Last.

Girth Radio

My Summer Lair featuring Dave Brown (Microsoft)

The First (a Hulu show)

Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

University of California at Irvine

Gratitude Is Sexy

One Correction: I was half-right about Muhammad Ali he didn’t go to jail but he did lose prime fighting years. According to Wikipedia:

“In March 1966, Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces. He was systematically denied a boxing license in every state and stripped of his passport. As a result, he did not fight from March 1967 to October 1970—from ages 25 to almost 29—as his case worked its way through the appeals process before his conviction was overturned in 1971. During this time of inactivity, as opposition to the Vietnam War began to grow and Ali's stance gained sympathy, he spoke at colleges across the nation, criticizing the Vietnam War and advocating African American pride and racial justice.”

Damn.

-28-

Dancing Into The Light

Dancing Into The Light

Go With The Flow?

Go With The Flow?