Articles tagged with: Rising Sons Lounge
Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes and CNN Money Contributor Clyde Anderson discuss the importance of Rising Sons Lounge to the city of Atlanta. http://risingsonslounge.tumblr.com
Fahamu Pecou & Ed Garnes host closing celebration for Rising Sons Lounge, a thriving art studio/community center, featuring Kwanza Hall (Atlanta City Council Commissioner District 2), Clyde Anderson (Financial Lifestyle Coach/CNN Contributor), and Spinxx (Founder, Verbal Slick).
RISING SONS LOUNGE: Fahamu Pecou Art & From Afros To Shelltoes Present BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO CAN SPELL, an empowering sista girl forum on womanhood. The event features
Errin Haines (Journalist),Chanel Jaali (Founder Jaali Co./Sex & Relationship Expert), October Rose (Singer/Songwriter/Entrepreneur) and will be moderated by Ed Garnes (Founder, From Afros To Shelltoes). Thursday, Oct 20, 2011 7pm@50 Upper Alabama St Underground Atlanta.
FAHAMU PECOU & FROM AFROS TO SHELLTOES PRESENT
THAT AINT LUV LUV..! An Open Forum on Relationships, Risk, and Reconciliation. Join us for a frank and candid discussion about the real and not so real of love. lust, relationships, romance and more.Hosted By Love Mentors
Ed Garnes (counselor/activist) Fahamu Pecou (not a Love doctor, but plays one on tv). THURSDAY OCT 13, 2011 7PM (Ages 21+)FREE. 50 UPPER ALABAMA ST. UNDERGROUND ATL.
Fahamu Pecou From Afros To Shelltoes Host Rising Sons Lounge The Art of Freestyle Rap Battle October 8, 2011 4pm @ 50 Upper Alabama St. (Underground Atlanta). Hosted by Ed Garnes Celebrity judges include Moetown Lee( Music Exec/Activist), A. Jermaine Mobley (Hip Hop Producer), Stahhr (Hip Hop Artist/Activist), and more.
From September 23rd through October 30th 2011, Award-winning artist and pop culture critic, Fahamu Pecou, will convert a vacated store-front into a thriving art studio/community center featuring music and creativity The Rising Sons Lounge will feature programming developed in collaboration with From Afros to Shelltoes and is part of the City of Altanta’s “Elevate: Art Above Underground” initiative.