Monday, April 16th, 2007

Getting Random


Sorry Yankees. We still own you.

Hip-hop journal Words Beats and Life is soliciting submissions for its new issue. The topic is timely: “It Ain’t My Fault: Blame It On Hip-Hop”. Download the call on that page link above. It’s hard to find, but it’s in the right corner.

For those of you who caught the New Orleans riff, come check us out this weekend in Seattle at the EMP and the University of Washington.

If you are in NYC this weekend, skip the Yankees game and go see Kwikstep & Rokafella’s Full Circle Productions 10th Anniversary at PS 122. This is where, 16 years ago, Kwikstep and the Rhythm Technicians set off perhaps one of the most important events in the hip-hop arts movement ever, “So What Happens Now?” It is recognized now as the production that launched the hip-hop theater movement.

Busy week here in the Bay too. We have a Total Chaos event Tuesday night at the Yerba Buena Center and you can catch your boy interviewing Aaron McGruder on Thursday night at the Jewish Community Center. All the info is here.

posted by @ 5:08 am | 2 Comments



2 Responses to “Getting Random”

  1. Dj Triple Threat says:

    Dude.

    There is nothing better than walking into a bar in BK on a Sat nite and saying,

    “Hey did the Yankees win” and
    someone responds “no” all sad.

    Then I laugh and say “excellent” HELLLLLA LOUD.

    Especially when the A’s Spank ‘em.

    F*ck Giambi for leaving. Chubby pig.

  2. Zentronix says:

    Ohhhhh yeah!

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