In this new series powered by ThaAntidote.com, Rari Cain takes you into her world from the life of an Instagram Influencer, Model, Mother, Army Vet, Dancer, Entrepreneur, & more. Rari has a ton of life experiences and career events to discuss to enlighten people about the life she’s endured so far.
Louisiana Toon is set to host a Super Bowl Watch Party when The Kansas City Chiefs will face The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Feb. 7 at The Dojo in Dallas, Tx. from 5 p.m.-11 p.m. It’s $5 to enter the event, but, if you pay an extra $5, you can partake in food provided by the host. Think you might need a sip? A cash bar will be on deck as well. Normal Covid-19 safety protocol will be followed; so, bring your masks and be prepared to have adequate space at the location known for hosting those shooting music videos and photoshoots.
The purpose of this event is to allow people a place to let their hair down and restore normalcy in one of the most difficult times in our modern history. So, come laidback as you are because there is no strict dress code in effect. Even so, be sure to come decent because, as the host states, “You just can’t be naked.”
Can’t make this event but want to keep up with future affairs thrown by Toon? Follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook under the name Louisiana Toon. Want to shoot a music video, have a photoshoot, or keep up with other events at The Dojo? Follow them on Instagram @thedojodallas.
We’re back for season II of Mocha Monroe’s show “Express Yo Thoughts” and for this episode Mocha is interviewing Baton Rouge’s own Johnnie Domino. Domino covers a wide array of topics and is responsible for quite a few lanes in the city of Baton Rouge and he’s here to discuss it!
ThaAntidote.com is proud to present a new cooking series called “Pressure” hosted by Louisiana native Alicia “Jazzy Sweetz-N -Treatz” Hawkins. Jazzy is a cultured cook in multiple fascists including classic southern soul fool, exotic cuisines, delicious deserts and much more. On Pressure Jazzy will be featuring all her favorite recipes & more on Pressure. On This episode of “Pressure” Jazzy has own guest Jano “Fool” Simon, owner of Champion Auto, Simon & Son Lawn Care, and IT Specialist.
Tubbi’s officially back with a second season of “Kickin The Real”. This season Tubbi’s interviewing the biggest and brightest starts in the region including artists, actors, entertainers, and more. In this first episode of the new season Tubbi is sitting down with one of the hottest artists coming out of New Orleans, Louisiana in Jayarson. They discuss how Jayarson got started, the music scene in New Orleans, Master P acknowledging his records, & a game of word association!SHOW LESS
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The “Soulcial Distancing” edition of the Floetic Cypher will be held Jan. 16 at Hookie’s Restaurant in Ponchatoula, La. from 8-11 p.m. This event showcasing live poetry, music, and an open mic is being described as the perfect date night and will be hosted by Drea and Sean B. with performances by featured artists Toi the Poetic Beauty, Sam Lee Da Poet, and Shawan Rice alongside house poet Lance “Mr. Broadcast” Cagnolatti. There will also be vendors selling everything from art to exotic cheesecake and t-shirts. Only 40 people will be allowed to attend this event due to social distancing precautions, and masks will be required with temperatures being taken at the door. Cash will be allowed at the discretion of each vendor, and gloves will be worn by those choosing to accept cash.
This will be the event’s first installment since major COVID-19 shutdowns in March during a time when Bear, the creator of Floetic Cypher, contracted COVID-19 and remained in the hospital for a month. However, he’s back, better than ever, and, after getting through recovery and a few phases of shutdowns, is excited to bring back what he refers to as his therapy, the 5-year running Floetic Cypher. In addition to the upcoming Ponchatoula affair, the show has four destinations monthly (Slidell, Downtown New Orleans, Westbank New Orleans, and Hammond) but is looking to expand to as many places as possible to help grow and expand its reach to give artists the opportunity to express themselves, gain a following, and get connected to those searching for new talent, which is the goal of its creator. Speaking of, not only will A&Rs be in the building during this installment of Floetic Cypher, but a television network will also be making an appearance as well.
Are you someone who misses live music and art or an artist interested in networking while attending this exclusive event? Go to Eventbrite and search Floetic Cypher presents “Soulcial Distancing” to secure your tickets before they sell out! Are you a performer who misses the stage and longs to share their gifts in a room of people who will appreciate it? Be sure to DM @floeticcypher on Instagram after securing your tickets to be added to the list and receive additional details on the open mic portion of the show. Can’t attend this show but want to know about future Floetic Cypher events? You can also follow the Instagram account and stay tuned for the greatness ahead.
Br.adio Hosts Its 2nd Annual Br.unch Giving a Moment to Reset and Relax for Local Creatives By: Christie “Caleico” Patrick
Baton Rouge’s creatives got a much-needed reset before 2021 at BR.adio’s BR.unch 2.0 located at The Parlor yesterday, Sun., Dec. 27. Music mixed by Bandeaux Pat and a welcoming ambience created by Vic set the scene. A Jenga table and video game area complete with Mortal Kombat also entertained guests while Chef Genesis Bobo served traditional southern brunch dishes, encouraging an atmosphere much like a family gathering, which was the goal of BR.adio creator Jireh. Jireh started this annual tradition last year as a safe space for artists to gather with likeminded, but diverse, individuals without pressure, although the opportunity to do business is always there. The spirit of growth was ever present, not just within those that attended, but the organization as well, which started on Instagram live but officially blossomed into an incorporated nonprofit this year.
Vic, the kind host with a radiant smile and self-proclaimed “girl with the gifts”, fit the vibe of the event as this was her first time bringing her gift of hosting to the forefront after years as an artist focused on poetry, sewing, and acting. Local businesses Zi’Guay, Red House of Socks, and Sunny Side Clothing made their mark, and some sales, by attending as vendors. Some of Baton Rouge’s best musical talent were also in attendance, including local group Freethinkerz, specifically creator Jay Ones, labelmates Si. and MyNameDwayne, and newest member Robert Grant Jr. When reflecting on the significance of having safe spaces like the BR.unch, Jay Ones sited the camaraderie and networking aspects as key when saying, “It’s cool. I like it, having a space to come kick it with fellow creatives from the Baton Rouge area and others.”
Thinking of attending the next Br.unch? Then, mark the last Sunday of next year as taken because that’s the date of this event’s next installment. However, you can keep up with this organizations’ growth and other events on Instagram @br.adio. You can also keep up with host Vic (@__thatgirlwiththehair) to see what events she will be hosting next and Bandeaux Pat (@bandeauxpat) to see what events he will be spinning at or putting on as well. The vendors are located at @everythingziguay, @redhouseofsocks, and @sunnyside225. Jay Ones (@jayones) will be dropping the Red Wine EP soon; so, keep an eye out for that. However, you can stay tuned for all projects of the Freethinkerz including Si. (@iseeyousi), MyNameDwayne (@mynamedwayne), and Robert Grant Jr (@mrgrantjr) at @freethinkerzinc.