This Coming Week On ACT:LIVE

werd: james niche

Hello again kiddies!

It's been a little while since I have gotten some good content on here, mainly due to illness and a little show maybe some of you caught at Dub land.

A little show, that was arguably the best local hip-hop show for 2008, in Rochester.

I will be writing a thank you piece next week that will include video, photos and more. Props go to Al Fox of FOX_Photography for taking hundreds of great photos, Patrick Gaffney(djb) for getting great footage and Mike Dispenza for coming through with some great video work as well.

The biggest credits go to the performers involved, but also to everyone of you that helped out in any way, shape or form. I will be sure to thank every one of you in the next article about the show.

For now, I would just like to let you know what's coming up for this next week on ACT:LIVE.

The movie trailer at the top is about a film called "Smoking Laws", by local filmmaker Matthew Ehlers of Eggwork Productions. He is premiering the film in downtown Rochester, September 7-10, next to Abilene on Liberty Pole Way.

Matthew has been making films in Rochester for the past fifteen years and I will be speaking with him about what he does, where his inspiration comes from and his hopes for this film.

This upcoming weekend, Coach Build Parsells aka The Coach aka Build will be attending the Million DJ March at The National Mall in Washington, D.C. And no, it's not at a mall, the National Mall is huge property in the monument district.

I will be speaking to him about his trip down there, his role in the movement and what he has been up to in the hip-hop community in Rochester.

I also stop into Look Ah Hookah, the hookah smoke lounge in Henrietta. They have a back to school event going on next weekend and I'd like to let you know what the joint is all about.

Till then, I'll be getting these stories ready and getting over this bad ass cold.

Keep in touch kiddies and stay posted, I'll keep you informed.

Until Sunday, Peace.

- Games

Right now we're listening to:

Apex Theory "That's All!" ("Topsy Turvy", 2001, Dreamworks)

No comments: