Darryl McDaniels grew up in the working-class New York neighborhood of Hollis in Queens, where he wore glasses and read comic books obsessively. Once he discovered hip-hop, he traded in his Marvel adventures for two turntables and a microphone and morphed into DMC, one third of the most influential collective in the history of rap music.That transformation has all the makings of a superhero origin story, so it’s only natural that McDaniels now has his own comic book. The Run-D.M.C. co-founder is launching Darryl Makes Comics, a new company that will bridge the gap between the worlds of hip-hop and the fantastic adventures he got wrapped up in as a youth.
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Last chance to save 5PTZ.Help to make it an cultural landmark. We need everyones help. PLEASE.
Letzte Chance 5PTZ zu retten.Helft mit es als Kulturerbe zu erhalten.Wir brauchen jede Hilfe. Dringend.
1. Help get the City to recognize 5Ptz as a cultural landmark! Follow this link and download the form: http://www.nyc.gov/html/lpc/downloads/pdf/forms/request_for_evaluation.pdf
2. Respectfully complete it, in its entirety.
3. Include the following address: 5Pointz is 45-46 Davis St, Long Island City, NY 11101.
4. Finally, scan your completed form and email it to: marie@5PTZ.com
1. Helft mit die Stadt New York auf das Kuturerbe 5PTZ aufmerksam zu machen. Klickt auf den Link und ladt euch das Fomular runter: http://www.nyc.gov/html/lpc/downloads/pdf/forms/request_for_evaluation.pdf
2. Füllt es aus. Auch warum 5PTZ erhalten bleiben soll. Natürlich in englisch, notfalls per google translator. https://translate.google.de/?hl=de&tab=wT#de/en/
3. Setzt die folgende Adresse ein: 5Pointz is 45-46 Davis St, Long Island City, NY 11101 (Sowie in der Datei im Anhang)
4. Zum Schluss Formular einscannen und per Email an: marie@5PTZ.com
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COPE2 is one of the most notorious bombers in New York City and the five boroughs. I first stumbled upon his work in the early 90′s. From the Bronx to downtown to Brooklyn he had pieces everywhere. The two color, very stylish bubble letter throw ups reading COPE, were just everywhere. The guy was definitely one of the most prolific bombers I’ve ever seen, and I’ve spent a lot of time in New York City. Especially in the 90′s, COPE was everywhere. I found out later on that he had actually been out bombing since the early 80′s, starting very young. Some of the stuff I saw in the early 90′s had maybe been around three, five, eight, even ten years, who knows… but he just stayed at it. He was incredibly tenacious and had built up a huge amount of work around the city.
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He first made his mark in the early 1980s as a journalist and filmmaker who documented the emerging urban blend of graffiti, rapping, D.J.-ing and B-boying. He took Malcolm McLaren, the manager of the Sex Pistols, to witness Afrika Bambaataa and Jazzy Jay mixing beats at an open-air free-for-all in the maze of brick towers at the Bronx River Houses.
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