November 2019

Hip-Hop Was Always Inclusive

November 11, 2019

Hip-Hop was always an inclusive art form. From its humble beginnings in the Bronx to its expansion throughout the world though, it has moved away from its roots and forgotten this fundamental truth. Dart Adams breaks it down in his new book, The [Keep Reading]

Old School New School Need to Learn Though

November 8, 2019

Run-DMC is my favourite group of all time and literally my introduction to rap music and hip-hop culture. When I first heard them, I knew they were something new and special. They referred to their style as “all brand new, never-ever old [Keep Reading]

Teachers Need to Lead By Example

November 5, 2019

Preshool Clues: Raising Smart, Inspired, and Engaged Kids in a Screen-Filled World by Angela C. Santomero For the past month, my Teaching Tip Tuesday posts have been directly inspired by the wisdom in this book. First, we looked at how we can use [Keep Reading]

The Best of Last November

November 4, 2019

It’s time for another edition of Chasing Content, that monthly feature that has us looking back at what was happening here last year at this time. I love it because it gives us a chance to relive some of the best moments of Silent Cacophony, it [Keep Reading]

Show Me (I mean, Radio Western) the Money

November 2, 2019

Radio Western is a great station based out of Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. It’s also the place you can hear Word is Bond Rap Radio every Tuesday night from 10:00 p.m. to Midnight. I am extremely grateful for the platform and [Keep Reading]

Avalanche The Architect in Concert (Saturday)

November 1, 2019

Toronto’s Avalanche the Architect is making his way to the forest city this weekend and he’s bringing along Lil J and Subztantial. Opening acts include Jay Sea Slink Taddy so Baddy Yung Wavy with music provided by DJ Chase March [Keep Reading]
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