Daily Archives: February 5, 2011

Dis Iz Brick City (c) Redman: Brick City (TV Show) Season 1 (Sundance Channel) Review

I remember seeing the trailer for this a couple years ago and really wanted to watch it.I couldn’t find the trailer so here is a excerpt from episode 1. Brick City : Episode 1 – Summer is Ours (Exclusive Episode … Continue reading

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Stray Phrases performs J Dilla’s Donuts Live @ The Tea Lounge, Brooklyn 2-3-11

(Shoutout to itsallthewaylive.net) Storm Siegel (drums), Dave Mainella (piano) and Evan Crane (bass), collectively known as the jazz trio Stray Phrases, performed Donuts in its entirety at The Tea Lounge in Park Slope. In October of last year, the trio … Continue reading

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21 Random Acts Of Stacey Dash

I remember as a kid when I saw the movie Moving with Richard Pryor being mesmerized by the girl who played his daughter.Now 23 years later and I still am.I don’t know if she just takes REALLY good care of … Continue reading

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Track Of The Day – Bobby Long – Who Have You Been Loving (Bonus: Lupe Fiasco)

Bobby Long – Who Have You Been Loving Off His album A Winter Tale that dropped February 1, 2011.I never heard of this guy before this song.I checked it out on the basis of liking a really good movie that … Continue reading

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(Criminally Slept On) Dead Man’s Bones Featuring The Silverlake Conservatory Children’s Choir Review

Dead Man’s Bones is a band with actor Ryan Gosling and his friend Zach Shields. Their first album, Dead Man’s Bones was released on October 6, 2009 through ANTI Records. The entire album is a collaboration with the Silverlake Conservatory … Continue reading

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Random Voltaire Quotes

François-Marie Arouet; 21 November 1694 – 30 May 1778), better known by the pen name Voltaire was a French Enlightenment writer, historian and philosopher famous for his wit and for his advocacy of civil liberties, including freedom of religion and … Continue reading

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