Don Does Alaska

Don Arangio is a bit unassuming, and you won’t know how cool this native Staten Islander is until you speak with him for a bit. I met Don years ago when Richmond Hood Company first opened, he was one of our first employees. He is super bright & talented & we’re extremely proud of the…

Maybe It’s Laya LaRoche’

Maybe It’s Laya LaRoche’ Check out Laya’s NEW VIDEO – WONT BE LONG   Social Lifestyle Magazine Native New Yorker Laya LaRoché’s alternative sound keeps up hypnotized and spiritually in-tuned in the new music video release of “It Won’t Be Long”. Often mixing melodic vocals with heavy & whimsically dark beats while showing off her…

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Thank you for supporting our journey to the National Poetry Slam in Decatur, Georgia. We heard and performed a lot of great poetry and learned a lot that we’re taking back to our local venue and scene. Campaign perks were packaged, and you should be receiving a package in the mail or personal delivery shortly.…

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ADVANCED POETRY SLAM TEAM Goes to Nationals!

Dear Potential Sponsor, Here is a great opportunity to play an important role in Staten Island’s literary movement. For the first time, Staten Island has been able to field a competitive slam poetry team, but we need your help to cover the costs of transportation, lodging, and related expenses to enable the Richmond Hood Advanced Slam Team…

Katiah – MixkaTape

We first met Katiah, a fellow New Yorker, in Denver, Colorado while hanging out with our Ink Monstr family a few years ago. The next time we hung out, we were out snowboarding on the slopes of Vail Mountain & burning big bowls of Colorado’s finest buds. This dude is a beast on a snowboard…

Staten Island Ferry Shoe Shine Guy

A big part of SI Ferry History was the shoeshine guys, here is a story about them –  [Story taken from www.statenislandhistory.com] The Staten Island Ferry continues to hum across the jelly-like waters, back and forth. The engine’s reverberations still massage your feet. The smell of overcooked hot dogs still consumes the concession stand. And…