We Own This City is an episodic blog series about life in Baltimore for a young professional and her friends. In this post, we’re going to discuss the most tragic character from the show – Sean Suiter. Who is Sean Suiter? Well, he’s the homicide detective that shot himself downtown the day before Thanksgiving.
What makes him so tragic? He was investigating the murder of Detective Momodu Gondo when he committed suicide.
Introduction to The We Own This City
The We Own This City, an independent politics podcast, is New York City’s first and only podcast that looks exclusively at the local politics of New York City. Hosted by Christopher B. Wolf with co-hosts Lance Bryant and Matthew Smith-Byrne, The We Own This City is on weekdays from 12 pm to 2 pm EST on Radio Diaspora, a digital radio station founded by David Bohnett in 2005. We Own This City’s first episode, which launched in June of 2014, was a four-hour interview series with Creative Time Chairman and CEO Brian Grazer, who had just returned from a successful push to help re-elect New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Grazer was the only major individual political donor to de Blasio. Since then, The We Own This City has fulfilled its initial mission to provide informative and entertaining political commentary on issues affecting New York City. It won an Obie award for best podcast in 2015.
Names of the characters in The We Own This City
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Jon Bernthal as Wayne Jenkins
- Wunmi Mosaku as Nicole Steele
- Jamie Hector as Sean Suiter
- Josh Charles as Daniel Hersl
- McKinley Belcher III as Momodu Gondo
- Darrell Britt-Gibson as Jemell Rayam
- David Corenswet as David McDougall
- Dagmara Dominczyk as Erika Jensen
- Don Harvey as John Sieracki
- Larry Mitchell as Scott Kilpatrick
- Delaney Williams as BPD Commissioner Kevin Davis
- Lucas Van Engen as Leo Wise
- Ian Duff as Ahmed Jackson
- Rob Brown as Maurice Ward
- Ham Mukasa as Det. Evodio Hendrix
- Robert Harley as Det. Marcus Taylor
- Seth Hurwitz as Donald Stepp
- Celeste Oliva as Lt. Marjorie German
The storyline of The We Own This City
The We Own This City series is a work of fiction that chronicles the lives of 4 acquaintances in their late 20s and early 30s in Los Angeles, CA. The main characters are a Latino rapper, 3 DJs, and an aspiring actress. The story deals with issues such as identity, family dynamics, and confronting your past. The title is about the various ways people come together to build something for themselves. In essence, it’s about owning this city and creating something from nothing – because we own this city too.
The series will be released in 4 parts, with each part lasting approximately 2-3 weeks. Each part chronicles a different group and their journeys, as well as the cultural impact and changing landscape of Los Angeles in the 21st century. Each character has their own public story that will be explained through flashbacks, dreams (as told by one of the characters), and snippets of conversations.
We Own This City Addresses Issues The Wire Wasn’t Even Touched
Nacho, a new Sicilian documentary series about the struggles of poor migrants living in impoverished neighborhoods in Palermo, Sicily is set to debut on Canal+ France. The show’s title refers to the traditional food served by its various characters and provides “a first-class glimpse” into their lives. Filmmaker Ciro Guerra promises an “intimate portrait that tackles a fierce challenge”, as reported by Variety.
The show, which takes its name from one of its characters, focuses on the struggles of five strangers who have been drawn together in a crumbling tenement building in Palermo: Abel and his son, Nacho; Mery, who is caring for her sick mother; Martina and her three children; Vince and his daughter. The fragmented family structure contributes to the various challenges that they must face each day.
So, what do you think about The We Own This City?