Here’s the old version: Michael Jackson – We Are The World by kellyfan42 Here’s the new:
Digiwaxx is giving away a pair of tickets to Fela! to whoever posts the funniest and most creative Fela mad libs. Trust me, it’s worth a shot. I saw Fela! and it’s amazing. The contest ends January 29th at 5PM. CLICK HERE to try your luck.
It was almost about to be one of those days. But I won’t claim it. If you’ll excuse me, I now have to go on an hour long INCONVENIENT journey thanks to UPS and another unnamed party’s incompetence. But you know what? At least it’s nice outside. I might as well enjoy that before the weather gets stupid cold again. Besides, things could be a lot worse.
Haiti dedication song.
GangStarr Girl interviews Paris, world renowned juggler also known as “The Hip-Hop Juggler” (as seen in Time Out New York and on The Today Show). See how he began practicing the craft and how his Harlem roots influenced his style.
CNN Poll: 3 of 4 Americans Say Much of Stimulus Money Wasted Nearly three out of four Americans think that at least half of the money spent in the federal stimulus plan has been wasted, according to a new national poll. [CNN] Chocolate That’s Good For Your Hips This Valentine’s day why not indulge with some Godiva chocolates without paying for it on your hips. Godiva’s chocolate truffle scented candles…[The Informed Makeup Maven] Whatchu Talkin’ Bout Willis: Gary Coleman Arrested for Domestic Assault [Crunk and Disorderly] Passion and Death Meet at Madrid Exhibit Through next Sunday, visitors to Madrid can Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s more info via the press release that I jacked: ego trip, the New York-based creative collective behind the top-rated VH1 reality programs The (White) Rapper Show and Miss Rap Supreme, as well as the critically-acclaimed Book of Rap Lists and Big Book of Racism!, proudly presents three monthly programs of rarely-screened, short-form, independently produced hip-hop related documentaries at the acclaimed Maysles Institute of Harlem USA. The series kicks off on Thursday, January 28th, 2010 with showings of two seminal depictions of South Bronx gang culture. First up is the colourful and compelling 80 Blocks From Tiffanyâ€™s (1979), produced and Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s what I jacked from the press release: Celebrity sisters and Pastry shoe brand entrepreneurs, Vanessa and Angela Simmons, announced their commitment to provide assistance through official Haiti earthquake relief efforts. The powerful earthquake struck Haiti on January 12 and was centered about 15-miles from the nationâ€™s capital, Port Au Prince, causing an estimated 100,000 deaths countrywide. With nearly 50 percent of Haitiâ€™s population under the age of 18, a donation of Pastry shoes, as well as clothing, will be delivered to the local children. â€œBeing able to give Pastry shoes and clothes to these kids during such a devastating Read the rest of this entry »
Trina is considering adopting a Haitian child in light of the recent disaster. She says she’s ready to nurture and raise a child, and that she admires people who have followed through with adoption. There are other important factors that are influencing her decision: â€œLastly the fact that I am considering adopting a child from, Haiti is even more significant to me seeing that a great deal of adopted children that come into the United States are from â€œlarger countriesâ€ such as China, Russia and Africa. I also have family members that are of Haitian decent,â€ says the rapstress via Read the rest of this entry »