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3rd Rail Jam..Featuring Slick Rick

“Once upon a time not long ago, when people wore pajamas and lived life slow…”

Here’s what you can expect next Saturday.

-A RAIL JAM with the absolute sickest features Marc Tremaine and his crew can come up with
-Prize packages that include: Jackets from Under Armour ($500), a snowboard from Launch designed by legendary graf writer Pose2 ($1000), goggles from Electric ($100), gloves and backpacks from Turbine ($200), helmets from Bern ($200), headphones from Skull Candy ($100), bindings from Technine ($200), and of course CASH MONEY!!!
-Graf crew VISCOUS STYLES will be doing a 36 foot burner dedicated to SLICK RICK the RULER
-THE BATTLE BELOW ZERO mic battle which will feature some of the nastiest MCs on the east coast competing for the shot to open for SLICK RICK the RULER!
-Breakdance crew THE DEADLY VENOMS
-NYCE n RECKLESS a drummer and DJ duo

and of course, his divine majesty, SLICK RICK THE RULER!!!


The RAIL JAM starts at 4pm
The MIC BATTLE starts at 530pm
The RAIL JAM finals start at 7pm
The MIC BATTLE finals start at 830pm
The afterparty with SLICK RICK starts at 10pm (21 and over)

If you want to ensure yourself a spot in the jam, the battle, or at the afterparty you need to go to; and sign up!!!

and YO tune into 3rd RAIL RADIO at; brought to you by DJ IMAGE!!

3rd RAIL JAM killin em by the million

Murals Dc-Sherman Ave Mural

One freezing morning, we all got on a bus that took us to all six works of art created as a part of MuralsDC. This program was initiated in 2007 by Ward One Councilmember Jim Graham as an effort to replace illegal graffiti with artistic works, to revitalize sites within the community and to teach young people the art of aerosol painting. It is currently managed by Dominic “Tru” Painter.

In 2008 and 2009, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in partnership with the Department of Public Works joined forces to further the MuralsDC mission. The goal of MuralsDC is to positively engage the District’s youth by teaching proper art techniques, providing supplies and a legal means to practice and perform their skill in a way that promotes respect for public and private property and community awareness. We celebrate the completion of six new murals, each reflecting the character, culture and history of the neighborhoods in the District.