LIGHTTIME TOKYO (Video)

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AJ the Barber
My good homey and Co-worker at the Blind Barber, Gogy Esparza released his 1st Photo Book, LIGHTTIME, this past April. He had a dope release part at La Esquina here in NYC and anyone that made it out will tell you that it was a ZOO in there. In October, he made a trip out to Japan to put on a Photo Exhibition for LIGHTTIME in Tokyo, at Le Baron. In the video above, Gogy documented his trip, including the Making of the Photo Show and Party Footage.

North Dixie Drive (Documentary)

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AJ the Barber
This is a trailer off North Dixie Drive, a documentary created by my friend and client, Eric Mahoney, about his Hometown. There are definitely some gnarly characters in this neighborhood. Lol. I can’t wait to see it.
North Dixie Drive is the portrait of a small community of businesses and people residing in a tiny section of Dayton, OH. It is the story of big time wrestlers, mechanics, a donut salesmen, a homeless country singer, barbers, strippers and car repo men. This eccentric collection of people live and work around a traffic circle situated along highway I-75, and fight to keep their lives and careers afloat in a failing economy. Often compared to the Errol Morris film, Vernon, Florida, this debut feature by Brooklyn, NY filmmaker Eric Mahoney showcases an off beat group of characters in today’s Middle America (North Dixie Drive)
Eric visited me at Blind Barber last night for a haircut. We chopped it up and discussed North Dixie Drive briefly. I’m eager to see the premiere at the advanced screening – more info below. Eric gets a texturized scissor cut, more of a natural look. Above is a Post-Haircut picture. Thanks for dropping by, E! North Dixie Drive Advanced Screening 8PM Wednesday, January 12, 2010 Littlefield 622 Degraw St. Brooklyn, NY 11217 There will be a limited number of seats, so it’s recommended that those interested in attending buy advanced tickets on Littlefield’s website. Official Site: North Dixie Drive Facebook Invite Littlefield NYC

“The Devil in Miss Jones” (1973) COVER ART

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AJ the Barber

I must say I’ve seen this film (but not in it’s entirety) as a young buck, but never saw the packaging. It was probably cause it was in an old school VHS compilation that I saw while snooping around my Dad’s collection…(AJFTW!!! LOL! :D ) Sorry pops I have a problem: :X = not me LOL… Nonetheless, This is still an All-Around Classic…I love the Artwork/Package Design, even the Name…How Appropriate that my girlfriend’s last name is Jones… :/ Lol Peeped it first via the homey Ricky Powell‘s Facebook…. via Wikipedia