An inaugural festival at the National tried to meld hip hop and dance. Was it successful?
Photos from RVA’s first SlutWalk. Richmonder’s gathered in Monroe Park and walked to Byrd Park to bring awareness to sexual assault and victim blaming.
Last weekend marked the 10th anniversary of the Happily Natural Day Festival, an African-centric business and craft trade expo, and featuring one of hip-hop’s best artists.
Last week, I invited my friends to attend the 1st Annual Cheats Movement Epic Group Photo–an opportunity to bring together talented and positive people making this city a better place.
Snapshots from the recent hip hop festival featuring regional acts
The Cheats Movement camera was back at it again–this time I was at Brown’s Island for the Stone Soul Music Festival.
On May 4th the Beastie Boy’s Adam Yauch, aka MCA, died from cancer. Here are some reflections from the Richmond hip hop community on the impact of the Beastie Boys and MCA.
Style Weekly put together an amazing lineup of both local and national performers at this past weekend’s Shadrock Music Festival. Below are some photographs of: Photosynthesizers, Shabazz Palaces, Dum Dum Girls, Yo La Tengo, and hip hop legends De La Soul.
Saturday, I took the Cheats Movement camera to Brown’s Island for the first ever Shadrock Music Festival. Due to the rain, the crowd was a little lighter than I anticipated but the spirit and enthusiasm definitely wasn’t slowed by the wet weather.
I hope that you have noticed but just in case you haven’t, RVA is currently being transformed into a hub for art and creative culture. The G40 Art Summit, Art 180’s What Do you Stand For display, and later this month the RVA Street Art Festival, are all a part of what I’m calling RVA’s Style Wars Summer.