Tomorrow will be the one year anniversary of Trayvon Martin’s death a candlelight vigil will be held in Union Square Park in downtown Manhattan NYC. The event was organized by JusticeTM.org in partnership with GlobalGrind.com the vigil will be attended by Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin and their Attorneys Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks
6 PM – Gather in Union Square (South Plaza)
7:17 PM – Moment of Silence
The recent passing of Beastie Boy Adam Yauch on May 4 to cancer has people still reeling from the loss of the Hip Hop icon. To celebrate the life and music of MCA people from all over the city will be congregating at Union Square park on Saturday to pay tribute to the New York icon by sharing stories, singing songs and getting down to the Beastie Boys’ music. The celebration starts at 11 AM at Union Square Park in Downtown Manhattan .
Gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated conceptual soundtrack Mickey MauSe, Mickey Factz releases the 1st scene, “Union Square” from his Short Film/Documentary of the same title. Directed by Slick Jackson and Mickey’s own collective of talented film students properly named The Observers Bureau, the story starts out with Mickey’s character MauSe, explaining where he gained inspiration from, where he slept and ate and also the time era he lived in, which was the 80′s. Presented by GFCnewyork, The Black Apple, Ronin/SS, Magnum Opus and Right Angle Mgmt.
NYC’s unofficial videographer, @Joey Boots, was in Union Square and shot video of “Roman.” He’s just a normal guy who gets off by sniffing women’s butts in public.I Posted a video of this guy a few months back here’s a interview with him
Beginning at 12:01AM EST today, the first 150 fans to purchase the W.A.R. album from NYC’s Best Buy Union Square store will receive a custom Pharoahe Monch
wristband providing access to the live performance at the store at 7:30PM EST that evening. CD signing following the performance. For fans that cannot make the in store, watch the live broadcast at liveatbestbuy.com.
Address: 1 Union Square South (Corner of 14th St), NYC
The Village Voice reported: “The crowd began to light candles and, in turn, use those candles to light their cigarettes. A few mourners stepped forward to share their Four Loko stories. “Every time I drank a Four Loko, something terrible happened,” one said, then, when the applause settled, concluded, “And each time, I grew from it.”