Welcome to the one and only recurring jam in Augusta, GA. thrown by the Mixed Motionz Crew. A plethora of talents, styles and characters came together under one roof to show their love of hip-hop.
Very few are found and even fewer are realized. A hidden gem tucked away on a wall in downtown Augusta, GA. Full time B-Boy and graffiti artist Edrick ‘Kydsonx’ Ramsey gives light to his piece of a thousand inspirations.
Esteemed mixologist Brett, of Finch and Fifth, gives us a mellow course in the finer spirits in which Finch & Fifth has to offer.
A haven to dance, laugh and relate. A haven for budding and traveled poetic talent to speak their sayages. Very few events lay out such an smorgasbord of entertainment.
With a thick catalog of local government candidates, making a choice is hard to do without some education. This forum provided that, complete with a clear floor, audience feedback and participation.
We went and played at our five and bird.
‘Cared for’. The phrase is filled with so much meaning upon a visit to this eatery. From the ambiance, to the staff’s discipline of menu choices, to the pampering of each guest, you’ll know that every experience is just that.
What is this? A Mofu sighting? Just enough to tease your mouth into watering.
Guest selector Kaylor Maddox turned The Bee’s Knees, one of the hippest eateries in downtown Augusta, into her living room for a night.
CoCo Rubio, soul brother no. 2 and Augusta downtown scene pioneer, selects a few lovely pieces of vinyl for your crate digging enjoyment.
When it’s that good, we tend to inquire on what ingredients were used. Well just know the main and most important ingredient is love. A drop, a teaspoon, a cup all filled with love. Confectioner Kaleshia Holmes will tell you it isn’t a secret.
The agony of that one break-up, the deafening glow of the bigger city lights and the seesaw of failure and triumph are made visual to your ears. Mr. Brown sings and plays with a beating heart on his sleeve.
We still don’t why he calls himself Dr. Bread, but we do know what he’s thinking. We think…