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My pod cast: KG’s Thoughts for the Moment..

1 hour podcast every Wed. 9pm EST until the return of Books,Jazz,Coffee, & Smoke return in a few months. Come join me for a variety of topics! Let’s jazz this up with creativity and intelligence! #sumunique #KgBethlehem #fkennethtaylor #pgcountyredux #potheory #bookhouse #hanginwithwebshow #radiocrown #munchwagon #STLMADE


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ESSAY: We Should’ve Looted The Whole Foods by Earl Crown

Thought-provoking article that is not for the ill minded..

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We Should Have Looted The Whole Foods
An Essay By Earl Crown

Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images. Title Unknown. Mar. 3rd, 2017 Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images. Title Unknown. Mar. 3rd, 2017

The views expressed in this editorial essay are those of the author, and are not a reflection of the views of Some’n Unique Magazine, LLC who strives to maintain a unbiased position in such matters.

I was on guard all night in my office on Holabird Avenue with a shotgun and a crowbar.  I smoked cigarettes at the front door, and listened to the blare of the television playing in the lobby. The news anchors shrieked about “riots” and “property destruction,” and the gruesome details of the death of Freddie Gray.

The corporate-owned television news organizations refused to say what many of us already knew.  Freddie Gray had been murdered by members of the Baltimore City Police Department, and the so-called “riots” were actually an uprising…

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Friday Night Poetry Corner #121 (Box This)

Jessica Care Moore - Catch Me If You Can..
Jessica Care Moore – Catch Me If You Can..

My good people.  This is the last poetry joint for Black History month.  I am very happy that ya’ll joined me to honor these great poets that were displayed for the past week.  Our finial poem for BHM 2017 is a great, solid, powerful spoken word artist Jessica Care Moore’s “Box This!”


Now just letting you guys know this poem contains adult language and strong themes so if you are easily offended—

Just skip this one.

If not—Let that Mutherfucker play!!