For the Love of Art an interview with writer/illustrator Robert Scully

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Robert Scully is a professional artist who lives to create.  When he is not at his job as SVP Design Director for a design firm, you will find him working, creating ,and exploring the creative universe through his children’s books.  He works in close collaboration with his wife, Anne Scully as they live and create in New York … Continue reading For the Love of Art an interview with writer/illustrator Robert Scully

Maria Rogriguez slows down for SA to discuss her upcoming book “Brooklyn’s Daughters”

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Maria Rodriguez is Brooklyn. She was born and raised in East New York and she is everything BK has to offer and much more. I was granted the opportunity to push myself onto her busy schedule, how else was I going to slow her down enough to discuss her life and coming book “Brooklyn’s Daughters.” … Continue reading Maria Rogriguez slows down for SA to discuss her upcoming book “Brooklyn’s Daughters”

Poem(s) of the Week By Rain Maker “What You Want Me To Say” & “Synaptic Afro”

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Peter Seaton more affectionately known as Rain Maker started falling in love with words at the tender age of 5, when he spoke his first sentence inhibited by and uncontrollable stammer. Rain Maker has said that he fell in love at that very moment and nothing has been able to give him the same feeling … Continue reading Poem(s) of the Week By Rain Maker “What You Want Me To Say” & “Synaptic Afro”

Poem Of The Week By Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz “Plunge”

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Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Born in Bronx, New York, 1973, Ortiz is a nationally and internationally recognized, award winning interdisciplinary artist who’s works have been exhibited in Egypt, Brazil, Spain, South Korea, Australia, Thailand, New York City, Los Angeles, Wichita, Salt Lake City, Memphis, to name a few. She was a recent finalist for the 2012 Creative … Continue reading Poem Of The Week By Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz “Plunge”

The Only Life I Know an interview with Hip-Hop Artist Charlie Scott

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Sneakers & Ale takes pride in showcasing those still on the grind; strong willed, talented folks that are impacting the world one small venue at a time.   In that same vein, we’ve recently had the opportunity to chat with young Hip Hop Artist, Charlie Scott. Hes a recovering addict, who roughly a year ago, discovered … Continue reading The Only Life I Know an interview with Hip-Hop Artist Charlie Scott

Nike And LeBron X Cork

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So are you gonna cork it or pass? That is the ultimate question and I bet after reading this you are gonna wanna have this write up under serious consideration, especially if LeBron James aka King James is involved…haha did I get your attention? Of course I did, that name is recognizable anywhere that Nike, basketball, and sneakers … Continue reading Nike And LeBron X Cork

Trends Come Go an interview with DJ That Kid Named Cee

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ThatKidNamedCee starting scratching way back in 82, seven years later he won his first battle. The Houston native welcomed the opportunity to showcase his skills on commercial radio in his hometown. Even though he was on commercial radio, ThatKidNamedCee decided to exit from his gig as a mix DJ and pursue turntablism and skratching exclusively. … Continue reading Trends Come Go an interview with DJ That Kid Named Cee