ʻEND FR8 Project Film Premiere Boasted To Be The Next West-Coast ʻStyle Warsʻ

ʻEND FR8 Project Film Premiere Boasted To Be The Next West-Coast ʻStyle Warsʻ

Sacramento, CA, Feb 15, 2018 — Independent Graffiti-Art Film, “END FR8 Project” Will Premiere March 10, For The First Time at The Historical Colonial Theatre in Oak Park; a Sub-Division of Downtown Sacramento, Showcasing Many of The Great And Late Graffiti Writers Since The ʻ90s to The Modern Era.

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Rebuilding Through Art: Aaron Evans DIY Columbus, OH HipHoppa on The Loose With a ‘Beautiful Disaster”

Rebuilding Through Art: Aaron Evans DIY Columbus, OH HipHoppa on The Loose With a ‘Beautiful Disaster” By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Using non-traditional hip-hop beats blended smoothly with classic bars filled with expanded lyrical flow, Columbus, Ohio native, Aaron Evans, founder of Dove Ink Records (2001) started his career in music as a DJ and… Continue reading Rebuilding Through Art: Aaron Evans DIY Columbus, OH HipHoppa on The Loose With a ‘Beautiful Disaster”

The Perfect Dozen: Doughnut Shoppe Favorites Around The World

The Perfect Dozen: Doughnut Shoppe Favorites Around The World By D.B. Stearns Author of Harmonic Wars Contributing Writer What would you do for the perfect doughnut? Patrick Paterson and Tofu De la Moore of Sacramento, CA are on a constant search of the perfect doughnut on their new show “The Perfect Dozen.” I know you… Continue reading The Perfect Dozen: Doughnut Shoppe Favorites Around The World

Give Kosha Dillz a Bone: He Really is The Busiest, Hardest Working Music Hustler in the Biz

Give Kosha Dillz a Bone: He Really is The Busiest, Hardest Working Music Hustler in the Biz By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief You wouldn’t know it nowadays but in ’04, Rami Matan Evan-Esh; known to his HipHop fans as the Jewish rapper Kosha Dillz was living back home in New Jersey with his parents finishing… Continue reading Give Kosha Dillz a Bone: He Really is The Busiest, Hardest Working Music Hustler in the Biz

What Happened to Timothy Rhyme? World Travel and Hip-Hop Love

What Happened to Timothy Rhyme? World Travel and Hip-Hop Love By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief If you have been living in Sacramento for a while and are a part of the HipHop culture, then you may remember A.R.A.B., a local rapper and college student who also was the founding member of First Dirt. Well, a… Continue reading What Happened to Timothy Rhyme? World Travel and Hip-Hop Love

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016 By Aaris A. Schroeder “Something Inside is Broken” is a musical production, that reflects upon the dark history of the Nisenan Tribe, a part of the larger Maidu Native American Tribes that have been nearly killed off, pillaged, leaving just 95% of its population beginning… Continue reading Musical Production: “Something Inside is Broken” Production Debut: Late March 2016

Author Ray Bradbury Leaves This World

By Aaris A. Schroeder June 6, 2012 If you have never heard of Ray Bradbury, one of the world’s most beloved writers, you are living on another planet.  Moving to Los Angeles, CA from Waukegan, Ill in 1934 with his family, Bradbury quickly pursued a career as a writer, at the tender age of 11-years-old.… Continue reading Author Ray Bradbury Leaves This World