Changing the game in 2019. See you on 1.22.19 at Songbyrd for Above the Law. For info/RSVP click here.
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For our last CAN I KICK IT? of 2018 and to follow up our sold out Kennedy Center event, we had to bring the heat and what better way to do so than with The Big Boss starring the incomparable Bruce Lee, which was his first US movie.
We’ve got some great surprises lined up for our 2019 season including an amazing lineup of cult and contemporary classic martial arts films. Thanks to everyone who’s attended any of our CAN I KICK IT? events, including our Kennedy Center show, shouts to everyone who’s helped and spread the word, and props to Songbyrd for hosting. Your platform is much appreciated.
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There was NO WAY that we weren’t going to close the year off right and what better way to do so than with the incomparable – Bruce Lee.
Join us next Tues for our final CAN I KICK IT? of 2018 / feat The Big Boss starring Bruce Lee / Tues Dec 18th / @Songbyrddc / 6 – 10 PM / No Cover.
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For this to be our first CAN I KICK IT? where we screened a TV series as well as it being the first time that we included an intermission, things couldn’t have gone better. And to add to that, seats were filled on both floors which had Terry non-stop on the bar.
Thanks to everyone who attended, props to Crochet Kingpin who held down the pop-up shop, and thanks to Songbyrd for hosting.
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Join us for our next CAN I KICK IT?, where we’re returning to anime and screening the cult TV series Samurai Champloo. This will be the first time that we’ll be screening a TV series and we’ll be featuring episodes 1-4. For more info/RSVP click here.
While in NYC we also checked out the first of a monthly event series produced and held at MoCADA. If you’re unfamiliar with MoCADA, The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA), through visual and performing arts, incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture.
The current exhibition features works from Langston Allston (illustrative works) and Demond Melancon (Native American inspired bead work). To check out more pics click Read the rest of this entry