Amazingly this wall is left untouched until this day – and this wall was taken in 2004. If you want to see this wall you’ll have to look to the right when you get off the Williamsburg Bridge on the BQE.
I’m not big on writing reviews due to the fact it’s time consuming. I will say the new Dead Prez is worth supporting! When the new album dropped a few weeks ago I really dug their track “What if the Lights Go Out”. Living in NYC – to say the song is apropos given the current situation would be an [...]Read more ›
Known in his early days as graffiti icon ESPO, Steve Powers has been a charismatic figure in both New York’s art and graffiti world throughout the past 20 years. Seen all over the streets of Philadelphia, New York, and Brooklyn, his flat top and name have been synonymous throughout these street scenes since the mid-90s. However, after ESPO’s success for [...]Read more ›
Thank you everyone for the concern and well wishes! I’m fine but with no electricity since Monday. Thankfully no one in my family was harmed. The Bronx got hit pretty hard. Nothing like what happened to NJ, Long Island and especially Breezy Point Queens. There is still no power below 34th street in Manhattan. The only light you see is [...]Read more ›
UPDATE: Given the current situation with regards to hurricane Sandy, we have decided to reschedule Sneaker Pimps New York till Tuesday, November 6th. All details for the show will still be the same. The show will still be at Webster Hall. Doors at 8pm. Meek Mill will be headlining music artist. Sneaker Pimps returns to NYC for it’s 10th year [...]Read more ›