Monday, December 28, 2009

Yes We Can Can!

Yeah, it's that time again Frisco. Crazy Legs of the Legendary Rock Steady Crew presents: Yes We Can Can Party at 111 Minna 1/9/2010, hosted by our Bay Area Party Boy Fran Boogie, so you know the crowd is about to be live and the music is gonna be just what you need to start of the new year. Legs is presenting ya'll with a pretty dope opportunity to help give back to the SF community, asking for non-perishable donations that will help benefit the SF Food Bank

This event hits close to home, SO I'M ADVOCATING for your support. The SF Food Bank provides the food for the pantry I help facilitate in the Excelsior <----yeah that's me in the green bandanna.

Not only does the SF Food Bank provide the food for the pantries but the snacks for many youth programs and group homes in SF including the program at the Excelsior Teen Center. The supplies we have received from the Food Bank has helped us provide snacks for the youth as well as provided us with ingredient for the meal that we cook and eat together on "Breaking Bread Thursdays."

So come through donate and dance to celebrate giving on Jan. 9th 2010 at 111 Minna Located on Minna and 2nd Street Downtown SF. Hope to see ya'll there.

btw, on a completely unrelated side note, I love the Pointer Sisters dresses in this video! STYLIN'!!!!

Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Light a Candle and Let it Go!

My Mama Rocken the Lady Birds

Blessed with Good Music

I was blessed with the entire collection of DJ Neil Armstrong Mixes, which I love 'cause he walks you through the emotions in Warmfuzzy, Sweeet 1 & 2 as well as Bitter Sweet or takes you on a Journey of NY Swag in Filthy. I was just bumping Filthy while I was dropping off some of the youth that I work with and they were going deep breaking down, "Clones" by The Roots. Anyhow, if you don't have one of DJ Neil Armstrong (who is also Jay-Z's official Tour DJ) Mixes you better go ask somebody. Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile

Sexy Notes to Self

Let's Keep it Pushing Further

".....We must become something we have never been and for which our education and experience and environment have ill prepared us. We must become bigger than we have been: more courageous, greater in spirit, larger in outlook. We must become members of a new race, overcoming petty prejudice, owing our ultimate allegiance... not to nations but to our fellow men within the human community."-Haile Selassie 1, King of Kings