Our very own Larry Harris Jr. opened Tuesday night’s Rock The Bells for the Black Star (Mos Def & Talib Kweli) reunion show in Miami Beach. Now, he drops his first ever worldwide release, exclusively right here. Score one for independent music.
In this video, Monica Gray asked a range of dudes at DC’s 2011 Capital Pride parade what was hard about being a guy, and being gay, in 2011. They had a lot to say, and it turns out that gay marriage is just the tip of the iceberg.
Meet Larry Harris, Jr. He’s an MC, libertarian activist, social entrepreneur and self-proclaimed “second most interesting man in the world.” How did he go from wanting to be Boston’s first black mayor to a hip-hop producer?
Cabbies in DC interact with the good, the bad and the ugly on a regular basis: low meter rates, dangerous situations, drunk passengers and riders who engage in “extraordinary activity” in the backseat. Find out what’s so hard about driving a cab in Washington.
Over the past year, Scott Drewno, Executive Chef of “The Source by Wolfgang Puck,” has dominated culinary combat in the nation’s capital.