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Featured Blog Posts – July 2010 Archive (10)

"My Name is Hannibal": Comedy served cut and dry

"My name is Hannibal." The title of Hannibal Buress' newly released comedy album is just about as cut and dry as you can get. And if you listen to Hannibal's comedy, his cut and dry tone will leave you guessing, laughing, and in constant anticipation for the punch line. Hannibal, who is also a writer…

Added by Eye Candy on July 30, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

The 10 Worst Events That Happened To Black People

Since the existence of man, the worst things have always happened to the Black race–and NO I am not talking about Black Republicans or Flavor Flav! Black people have persevered through countless years of slavery, racism and the crack epidemic. What possibly could be the worst event the Black race has ever experienced? The following 10 events will outline the worst events to happen to Black people in history.…


Added by The Establishment on July 29, 2010 at 10:30am — 5 Comments

Artist Recap of the Afro-punk 2010 Festival: THE RETURN OF THE FELINES

Took me some time to gather all the pics from last weekend's AFRO-PUNK 2010 festival in the Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn. These photos can tell the story of the amazing two-day marathon of dope music, art & skateboard & bmx virtuosity better than words. As expected the event brought out New York's flyest people, the vibe was beautiful...the artists were really feeling this summer's energy,…

Added by Eye Candy on July 28, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Kelis: The Transformation Queen

Kelis is releasing an album this summer and doing the usual press tour to spread the word. She even made time to stop by MTV and example/justify her fashion through the years. Some of the looks even she had to laugh at but still managed to make a great point, you will never have regrets if you wear what feels good at the time. And if skin tight pink spandex catsuits with liberty spike head piece holding on rat tail that reaches your ankles feels good, bitch do…

Added by Safety Pins on July 23, 2010 at 5:10pm — 12 Comments


The world of the Millenials, is one abscinded into various social settings. Where you live, what you look like, and how much money you make are the " Three Sisters" of what feeds the outcome of the youth. The average life of the American teen usually involves one of Facebooking, hanging around the neighborhood with friends, possibly skateboarding, shooting hoops, video gaming, going to the movies to see the latest Twilight flick, watching tv, snagging mp3s off the internet,…

Added by Carded on July 21, 2010 at 8:06pm — 5 Comments

Dorm Room Diaries of a Fem Nerd: Afro-punk 2010 Festival Feminists

Our favorite college student feminist is back at it with her installments of The Dorm Room Diaries of a Fem Nerd. This time, Twyla left her dorm room at Hampton University and traveled to the 2010 Afro-punk festival in Brooklyn, NY. While at the festival, Twyla chatted with several chicks who attended the festival and…

Added by Gender Bent on July 19, 2010 at 3:00pm — 13 Comments

Black Witch: "How I became a Pagan Witch

This is my first post after the Afro-Punk festival, thank you everyone who said hi to me and recognized me! That was totally awesome! I'm very glad you guys like my writing, it's very nice to know I have support. I had a great time, it was my first Afro-Punk. I missed P.O.S. and a couple other several acts on the next day because I was too broke for an overnight stay. I do plan on going next year and being more prepared. I…

Added by The Establishment on July 16, 2010 at 5:00pm — 17 Comments

A Nation of Misfits: Flipper, just get the vinyl

Like The Big Boys before them, Flipper's legacy has unfortunately been hijacked by their biggest fans. It's impossible to talk about Flipper without talking about Nirvana, a fact exacerbated by the fact that Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic spent three years in the late 2000's as a member of Flipper. Kurt Cobain famously wore his Flipper t-shirt in the album art for In Utero, and made frequent references to the band in…

Added by Sound Check on July 13, 2010 at 11:30pm — 3 Comments

From a bitter girl in London, Street Peeper Punk

I'm a born and bred Londoner, and it would be fair to say that London has become the half-shaven hairstyle hub. Model Alice Dellal…

Added by Safety Pins on July 7, 2010 at 12:00pm — 10 Comments

Safety Pins: For the quirky pretty girl

One of the summer looks that seems to have everyone all excited is the glammed out kente rockabilly design. The best designs on a everyday wear level that I found has been from designer, Maya Amina Lake. Her line is called Boxing Kitten. Not only does she use her prints for the every day look, but she even has celebs like Alicia Keys, the Knowles sisters, Estelle, Jack Davey, Goapele…

Added by Safety Pins on July 6, 2010 at 7:00pm — 6 Comments

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