YES WE CAN, along with filmmaker and son of Bob Dylan, Jesse Dylan teamed up to put out this well produced, star-studded video inspired by presidential candidate Barack Obama’s “Yes We Can” speech delivered after losing the New Hampshire primary. Featured in the video along with clips of Obama are Scarlett Johansson, John Legend, Herbie Hancock, Kate Walsh, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Adam Rodriquez, Kelly Hu, Tatyana Ali, Adam Rodriquez, Aisha Tyler, Eric Balfour, Harold Perrineau, Nicole Scherzinger, Amber Valetta and Nick Cannon. Viewed 2,000,000+ times on as of today, this music video is unprecedented in that never before have celebrities endorsed a political candidate in such a format. Change is truly upon us…



As part of KQED 9’s documentary series called Truly, CA, Piece By Piece will be premiering on Sunday, February 10, 2008 at 6 PM, so if you haven’t had the opportunity to watch this video, definitely tune in! It will also be airing on Tuesday, February 12 at 11 PM and on Wednesday, February 13, 2008 at 3 AM. Congratulations to Nic Hill and the folks that put this movie together. Piece By Piece is also available for purchase in the Clout online store .



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The graffiti and hip-hop world has lost a great pioneer. Out of all the graffiti videos that have been released in the U.S. and worldwide, none has been able to even come close to what Tony Silver has accomplished with the revolutionary documentary, Style Wars. One of the first to view graffiti as a legitimate artform, Tony Silver brought to life what Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant brought to print – subway art. Not only the art did he bring to life, but the hip-hop and graffiti lifestyle emerging in New York during the early ’80s. Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends. Tony Silver will never be forgotten and his legacy will live on indefinitely. News from Mare 139.


Released in 1992, this sleeper/cult movie is the best movie Harvey Keitel has ever done – and that’s saying a lot. Keitel is, to say the least, a crooked cop fueled by his drug, gambling and alcohol addictions finding himself digging a bigger ditch of the corrupted world he has created for himself. Even while he’s engulfed with all this, he’s still the head of a gruesome investigation involving a raped nun and making a routine traffic stop into a life altering experience for two teenage girls. Abel Ferrara did an excellent job with this movie; really reeling you into the story and making you feel the effects of how this kind of life can close in on you. This is a must have for anyone. The story, performance and the extras like Keitel’s dance performance to Johnny Ace’s “Forever My Darling” make for a perfect sleeper classic. -J. Anaya

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