Video Gallery

Al Bubba Baker's "Shark Tank" Presentation

Recently, Al Bubba Baker, appeared with his daughter on the TV show "Shark Tank" making a presentation for financial support for his Bubba's-Q Boneless Ribs - and he was successful. The video is his pre-show presentation. Al was a 1974 Weequahic grad, a defensive lineman in the NFL, and the Defensive Rookie of the Year for the Detroit Lions in 1978. He was named to three Pro Bowls during his career. He would become known as one of the famous anchors of the "Silver Rush." He spent 13 years playing professional football, finishing his career with the Cleveland Browns in 1990.

Dr. Clement Price's "Once and Future Newark"

The award-winning and engaging Rutgers University-Newark documentary, "The Once and Future Newark (2006)," takes viewers on a tour of some of Newark’s most famous locations, selected for their broad cultural, social and historical significance. The film features a group tour hosted by the late Rutgers History Professor Clement Price, a celebrated scholar of Newark and New Jersey history. He passed away in 2014.

The Food Dude at Hobby's Deli in Newark

The San Francisco Food Dude, Jeff Kramer, returns to his homeland, the great state of New Jersey, and visits the place that formed his earliest memory of what a deli should be, Hobby's Delicatessen in Newark, NJ. Rona LaLinga Brummer, the wife of owner Sam Brummer, is a 1951 grad of Weequahic High School. Their sons, Mark and Michael, now operate the restaurant.

A Rare Look At Author Philip Roth

Philip Roth has been called "America's greatest living novelist" many times over. Roth rarely does interviews, but he invited "Sunday Morning" into his home. And that's where Rita Braver sat down with him to talk about his work, his life, and his legacy. Roth is a Jan. 1950 Weequahic grad.

Philip Roth's Newark By Bus

On Philip Roth’s 80th birthday, 100 Roth dorks, news hounds and former Newarkers took a guided tour of the author’s childhood city, novels in hand. Roth is a Jan. 1950 Weequahic grad.

Bragman's Deli is the Pulse of Newark

Bragman's Delicatessen has been a cornerstone of Hawthorne Ave for generations. Owned by Charlie and Janet Reisner, it is now run by their son Larry. Janice is a 1947 Weequahic High School grad.

Indian Pride - Weequahic High School

An inside look at Weequahic High School in 2013-14 under the leadership of Weequahic's new dynamic principal, Faheem Ellis, a 1996 WHS graduate.

Sweet Legacy of Weequahic

A video slide show chronology depicting the history of Weequahic High School from 1933 to the current time. From Vimeo.

Some Distinguished Weequahic Indians

Some Weequahic High School alumni who have distinguished themselves during their lifetime through career and community accomplishments. If you know of others, please let us know. From Vimeo.

Alvin Attles Scholarship Fundraising Affair

Our most successful fundraising event in 2006 (raised $120,000) hosted by Alvin Attles, a 1955 WHS grad who became an NBA basketball player, a championship coach, and an executive with the now Golden State Warriors. From Vimeo.

Weequahic Alumni Give Back

A video about Weequahic alumni by filmmaker Beth Kruvant who produced and directed the award-winning Heart of Stone movie. From You Tube.

Remembering Weequahic High School

Another video about Weequahic alumni by Montclair, NJ filmmaker Beth Kruvant. From You Tube.