Not only does ‘Some Guys’ feature OG DAPS staffer, Michaelangelo “Flam” Muniz, but also frequent collaborators/well-wishers Casey Jost, Kevin Devlin, and Tim Duffy. Not only is it made on Staten Island, but the film’s Indiegogo campaign also promoted the borough we call home. Today, we’re proud and excited excited to tell you that ‘Some Guys’ is now available online for streaming online.
Casey Jost is a frequent DAPS collaborator and if I’m being honest, the funniest dude on Staten Island. This Wednesday night, the Impractical Jokers writer will be taking another step on his road to super-stardom with the pilot episode of Bet on Me, a people watching game show airing on The Learning Channel (aka TLC.)
As we approach Thanksgiving, you’ll be seeing a lot more Thanksgiving content make it’s way into your Facebook and Twitter feeds. Some of it will be good, some will be bad, and some will feature a hairy yam with six-pack abs.
As we approach the release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, people are pretty excited, but the excitement seems to be tempered with the understanding that The Phantom Menace didn’t live up to the promise of it’s hype.
Today, we’re introducing you to Staten Island rapper Young Lucid, a 19 year old prodigy following in Shaolin’s rich hip-hop tradition like the famed Wu Tang Clan. Last week, Lucid released his the first single from his LP “Lucid Dreams” a catchy, dreamy, track called “She Love It” which features R&B singer Elaine Kristal.
Have you ever had a word stuck on the tip-top of your tongue that wouldn’t just go out into the world and more importantly into the ears of those politely waiting for you to say whatever it is that you’re trying to say. Well, there’s a reason for that.
Sometimes saying certain phrases, or in this case names, in succession creates a sort of rhythm.
Some days you just need a video a dog popping a giant water balloon.
Today we bring you the next episode in the Emilio Sparks saga. Today, for his 52nd episode, he chats with former adult film star Lisa Ann. They discuss topics unrelated to porn.
Disney owns both Pixar (and their colorful emotions) as well as Lucasfilm (what with the Han Solos of the world). When you own those kinds of intellectual properties, you can mash ’em up, throw ’em up on the web.