New mauve linen sofas in South Melbourne.
TBR in caramel mako cotton from Ariston and navy Airtex OTP shirt.
Pochette, Bevel print by Tristan Ceddia
P Johnson driving shoes
What a FIND.. If you are ever in Radelaide (South Australia), make your way to RHD @22 Ebenizer Plc. East End
www.righthanddistribution.com for #DoubleDenimDoubleTrouble & ask for Andy
kings of new york graffiti – South Ave Court St Subway art featuring FUA Graffiti OCT 2010
fua-krew.org oh yeah, please enjoy the HD quality, sike!
kings of new york movie – Song of the South
Released in 1946, Song Of The South, if it is remembered at all, is remembered for it’s colorful and entertaining animated interstitial’s. Unfortunately, subsequent generations have become familiar with the films animated characters like Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox because of the widely popular Splash Mountain attraction at Disneyland & Walt Disney World. Not because of the film that actually inspired the attraction. Which truly sad given the historical importance of the film. “Song Of The South” was the Walt Disney Studio’s very first foray in to live action film. Many of the familiar styles and themes that would be found in Disney’s most acclaimed live action films, have their origins here. The film was, by the standards of the day, a blockbuster hit. Making 65 million dollars during it’s initial release. In fact, when the film was released it was viewed as incredibly progressive, portraying African American characters as equals to their Caucasian counterparts in a way that Hollywood had never dared before. The film went on to become a favorite of generations of fans. In 1986 the film was re-released to theaters and on home video. At this point, 40 years after the films initial release, A lot of controversy began to swirl around the film. As time had progressed and American society’s attitudes towards race had become more tolerant and more inclusive, the film began to take on an air of racial insensitivity that was never intended, and was in fact the antithesis of the …
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kings of new york soundtrack – Grandmaster Caz – South Bronx Subway Rap
From 1983 Soundtrack to movie “Wild Style”….. Grandmaster Caz’s Myspace: www.myspace.com Get Grandmaster Caz’s Music: www.amazon.com & itunes.apple.com After seeing Kool Herc play at a party in the Bronx in 1974, Fisher decided to become a DJ, and purchase the necessary equipment the next day. As “Grandmaster Caz”, he teamed up with his best friend, DJ Disco Wiz (Luis Cedeno). He later would team up with JDL (Jerry Dee Lewis) and form The Notorious Two. Caz began incorporating rhymes with his DJing and become known as the first DJ to do so. In 1978 he formed a group called the Mighty Force with Whipper Whip (James Whipper) and Dot-A-Rock (Darryl Mason). In 1979 DJ Charlie Chase (Carlos Mandes) from The Cold Crush Brothers asked Caz to help audition MCs for his group which was really a way for Charlie Chase to trick Caz into joining the Cold Crush Brothers. JDL, Whipper Whip, and Dot-A-Rock were also part of The Cold Crush Brothers before Whipper Whip and Dot-A-Rock left to join The Fantastic Five. The Cold Crush Brothers began building a reputation in the burgeoning hip hop scene in New York, mostly for Caz’s routines and lyrical ability. Around this time, record mogul Joe Robinson, husband of Sylvia Robinson, and, along with his wife, co-founder of Sugar Hill Records, happened to hear part-time club bouncer and manager of the Cold Crush Brothers, Big Bank Hank (Henry Jackson) rapping to a tape of Grandmaster Caz while working at a pizzeria. She asked him be the third …
kings of new york pizza – South Brooklyn Pizza – The Art of Pizza Making in Carroll Gardens
Loved watching these guys make pizza. They care about the ingredients. It was a good crust – nice tomatoes in the sauce, good cheese, but I was bummed that it was re-heated. My chef buddy swears by them, so next time I will just have to wait until a fresh one comes out of the oven.