Saturday, March 10, I had the good fortune of attending “E.N.D. FR8 Project; a docu-style film all about freight train graffiti art at the infamous Colonial Theatre in Oak Park, a sub-division of Sacramento, CA.
Editorial By C.R.A.S.H. Green
March 15, 2018
Saturday March 10, I had the good fortune of being able to attend the E.N.D. FR8 Project in Sacramento. I heard about the event while on a small island in Hawaii through a friend of mine who actually helped promote the event. Being a HipHop veteran from the south side of Chicago, I was eager to see what this event had to offer.
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