True Stories: How to Slowly Kill Yourself and... →
I’ve had guns pulled on me by four people under Central Mississippi skies — once by a white undercover cop, once by a young brother trying to rob me for the leftovers of a weak work-study check, once by my mother and twice by myself.
But there’s a competing narrative surrounding go-go, one that’s espoused by...– “How Washington, D.C. Turned Its Back on Go-Go, the Music It Invented,” Abdul Ali, The Atlantic. (via nprhuddle)