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Poet, rapper & actor Saul Williams shares a piece of his poetry.
Amidst protests at Standing Rock, an indigenous DJ trio and poet Saul Williams call your attention to the "Halluci Nation."
Get up. Dry your tiresome red eyes. Bow down on both knees. Say your prayer. Light your candle.
Saul Williams said the death of Michael Brown and the protests that followed may have impacted how the show was received.
Saul Williams is an actor, rapper, performer and poet. He swings by HuffPost Live to discuss all these talents, plus his
Poking the sky with its palatial spires was Symbiosis Gathering, a three-day camping, transformational music festival whose aesthetics are likened to that of Burning Man.
It is the presence of strong women in the Broadway musical, Holler If Ya Hear Me that attracted Saycon Sengbloh to be part of the cast and serves as a reminder of one usually overlooked facet of Tupac Shakur's enduring legacy: his female empowerment anthems.
There was only moderate hollerin' from the audience at the Monday night preview of Holler If Ya Hear Me, the Tupac Shakur jukebox musical at the drastically altered Palace. We could hear them, yes, and loudly; but we couldn't make out much of what they were singing or saying.
If there were a poem to describe the thoughts of independent film producer and director Marc Levin on the 15th anniversary of his gritty film, "Slam" it would likely include the phrase "blown away."