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Kevin Nelson realized he wasn't destined for a career as a professional athlete. So, he embraced the next best thing and ascended quickly from the collegiate classroom to the broadcaster's booth.

Kevin Nelson realized he wasn't destined for a career as a professional athlete. So, he embraced the next best thing and ascended quickly from the collegiate classroom to the broadcaster's booth.

Kevin Nelson realized he wasn't destined for a career as a professional athlete. So, he embraced the next best thing and ascended quickly from the collegiate classroom to the broadcaster's booth.

Kevin Nelson realized he wasn't destined for a career as a professional athlete. So, he embraced the next best thing and ascended quickly from the collegiate classroom to the broadcaster's booth.

In hip-hop, the first half of the 1990s is known as a golden era, and for good reason. This is the time that hip-hop stalwarts like the Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Jay Z, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes and more all began their illustrious careers, and all of whom appeared on the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show before they had record deals.  The documentary Stretch and Bobbito: Radio that Changed Lives will be shown tomorrow as part of the Urban Nomad Film Fest.

In hip-hop, the first half of the 1990s is known as a golden era, and for good reason. This is the time that hip-hop stalwarts like the Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Jay Z, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes and more all began their illustrious careers, and all of whom appeared on the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show before they had record deals. The documentary Stretch and Bobbito: Radio that Changed Lives will be shown tomorrow as part of the Urban Nomad Film Fest.

In hip-hop, the first half of the 1990s is known as a golden era, and for good reason. This is the time that hip-hop stalwarts like the Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Jay Z, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes and more all began their illustrious careers, and all of whom appeared on the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show before they had record deals.  The documentary Stretch and Bobbito: Radio that Changed Lives will be shown tomorrow as part of the Urban Nomad Film Fest.

In hip-hop, the first half of the 1990s is known as a golden era, and for good reason. This is the time that hip-hop stalwarts like the Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Jay Z, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes and more all began their illustrious careers, and all of whom appeared on the Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show before they had record deals. The documentary Stretch and Bobbito: Radio that Changed Lives will be shown tomorrow as part of the Urban Nomad Film Fest.

UCLA English professor Kenneth Reinhard interviewed punk band the Germ before co-founding the punk radio show Your Punk Parade with his college friend David Rosenak in October 1977. (Efren Pinon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA English professor Kenneth Reinhard interviewed punk band the Germ before co-founding the punk radio show Your Punk Parade with his college friend David Rosenak in October (Efren Pinon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA English professor Kenneth Reinhard interviewed punk band the Germ before co-founding the punk radio show Your Punk Parade with his college friend David Rosenak in October 1977. (Efren Pinon/Daily Bruin)

UCLA English professor Kenneth Reinhard interviewed punk band the Germ before co-founding the punk radio show Your Punk Parade with his college friend David Rosenak in October (Efren Pinon/Daily Bruin)

The onetime radio joker is now the definitive voice of the NBA on TV

Mike Breen has become the definitive voice of the NBA on TV, and he has the radio — and a missed basket — to thank

The onetime radio joker is now the definitive voice of the NBA on TV

Mike Breen has become the definitive voice of the NBA on TV, and he has the radio — and a missed basket — to thank

Matt Parris joined the WBTW news team in March 2016 as a Digital Journalist covering the Pee Dee. He was born in Dallas, Texas, but grew up for the most part in the small town of Mount Airy, NC. Af…

Matt Parris joined the WBTW news team in March 2016 as a Digital Journalist covering the Pee Dee. He was born in Dallas, Texas, but grew up for the most part in the small town of Mount Airy, NC.

Matt Parris joined the WBTW news team in March 2016 as a Digital Journalist covering the Pee Dee. He was born in Dallas, Texas, but grew up for the most part in the small town of Mount Airy, NC. Af…

Matt Parris joined the WBTW news team in March 2016 as a Digital Journalist covering the Pee Dee. He was born in Dallas, Texas, but grew up for the most part in the small town of Mount Airy, NC.