Inky Beer Factoid: August 20

On this day in 1882, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” debuted in Moscow, Russia.  Don’t know that tune?  Well, if you ever watched Looney Tunes, I bet you’ve come across this symphonic classic. We can’t assume that as a Russian, Tchaikovsky only drank Vodka.  He might have been a beer lover and he might also…

Inky Beer Factoid: August 18

On this day in 1969, Jimi Hendrix and the Band of Gypsys played as the final act at Woodstock in New York. Jimi was known to be a big beer lover and enjoyed a vast variety of cold brews. He was so admired as a phenomenal musician, that Louisiana’s Abita Brewing Company was inspired to…

Inky Beer Factoid: July 31

On this day in 1980, New Zealand All Blacks rugby player, Mils Muliaina, was born. He was part of the All Black squad at the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He was a talented fullback that, unfortunately, had to retire in 2011 due to a shoulder injury. Since 1986, Steinlager has been actively involved in sponsorship…

Beer Factoid: July 27

On this day in 1940, Bugs Bunny was born in Brooklyn, New York.  His first debut was in the animation Wild Hare. Now… we all know that the beverage of choice for good ol’ Bugs is Carrot Juice, but you never know what he had stashed in his rabbit hole! 50 years later, Warner Bros….

Beer Factoid: July 25

On this day in 1954, Walter Payton was born.  This Pro Football Hall of Famer known as “Sweetness” played for the Chicago Bears for 13 seasons and is still beloved as one of the best running backs of all time. Have you ever tried a Walter Payton Pilsner? Even Walter’s son, Jarret Payton, acquired his…

Beer Factoid: June 15

On this day in 1965, musician Bob Dylan recorded “Like a Rolling Stone”.  Although Bob was known to prefer wine, he also enjoyed a glass or two of the bubbly from time to time.  Maybe it was “Rolling Rock”?  Get it…. Rolling Stone/Rock. In fact, Bob allowed one of his songs to be used in…

Originally posted on Colors In Los Angeles:
DOUBLE DATE Starring Cope 2, Indie, Dabs + Myla from COPE 2. Collabo wall. Bronx, NYC 2012.

More Hate Than Fear

Originally posted on Usual Suspects:
A short extract to hopefully a bigger documentary filmed by Molly Walker. More Hate Than Fear follows around Harry Conway aka Zerx. As he explains his views on his crimes and punishments, and also graffiti as a whole. This video is definitely worth a watch as Mr Conway seems like a very interesting…