Thursday, July 17, 2014

31th Anniversary
The historic building was demolished long ago, but the legacy of the Hip Hop youth center prevailed in those kids. Thirty-one years later we gather to celebrate the anniversary of "Radiotron" and to learn the history of Hip Hop culture in L.A.
A Stage Of The Arts, Inc. production, in association with Milagro Film Works, and Advo-Pop Media.

Saturday July 26, 2014. 8 to 9:30 PM Honoring Woman in Hip-Hop
Free to the general public: Levitt Pavilion LA, MacArthur Park, 6th and Park View Streets, L.A. 90057
Mellow Man Ace (also known as Lord Sha'mel Allah; OG Jeckle & Nickles, MCs The (SIS) TEM; Mc Jroz; Mc GermFree; Mc Eyerie and Dj Papalolt; Mc Fawksie One; DJ La La; DJ Jack Monforte; Dj/Mc Nitendae & Gingee Old Shool Poppers; Juice B Girls/ B Boys; and Graffiti Artist Blossm/Pedal/Hex… and more !!!
Chelsea M Cano (Nitendae) will be hosting this 2014 RADIOTRON celebration of woman in Hip Hop.
Stage Of The Arts, Inc. was founded 1982 and presented theater shows at an storefront theater by Bonny Brae Street. The Radiotron Club was born in the neighborhood summer 1983, when performer storyteller Carmelo Alvarez ( came back from New York to his MacArthur Park neighborhood.   Carmelo became a youth cultural advocate, and lead Radiotron to procure their own building: The Radiotron Youth Cultural Center by Park View Street, where the legacy of popping and graffiti art exploded into the breakdancing fever of Hip Hop decades.

Stage Of The Arts, Inc. mission is to promote and develop multiethnic, international arts and cultural awareness in the City of Los Angeles, and to establish programs for research and community development, providing working space and affordable housing for artists, including traditional arts forms as well as communication technology based on computer applications.
  Thank You for promoting Los Angeles contemporary.

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