Skate and music photographer Glen E. Friedman will be heading to London to exhibit some of his finest prints for the first time in almost 20 years.
His mammoth new book My Rules that features classics from his first 2 skate and music publications Fuck You Heroes and Fuck You Too and over 100 unseen images, will be on display alongside audio installations from Ice-T, Ian MacKaye and Alan “Ollie” Gelfand as well as a selection of curated films by Friedman and Q&A sessions throughout the opening weekend. Work will include shots of Beastie Boys, Fugazi, Public Enemy, Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta, Black Flag, Run DMC and many more.
The location for this show is at 14 Henrietta St, Covent Garden WC2H from November 21st 2014 – January 18th 2015.
Public Enemy’s rapper Flavor Flav has been arrested yesterday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and battery after his fiance reported the pair had a fight. Arrested by Las Vegas Police, Flavour now faces up to 6 years in the slammer if found guilty and is currently on bail.
Knowing the band are headling the Freeze Festival next week, will Flavor be allowed to leave the US? We will soon find out but PE are set to still play.
Flavor Flav will not have his name attached for a Fried Chicken restaurant any more.
In a move which will no doubt break hearts of millions around the world, the Public Enemy hype man will now not be lending his name to the Iowan Flav’s Fried Chicken, which opened four months ago. Reports of unpaid staff meant the restaurant was under the microscope from the off, though Nick Cimino, the co-founder, claimed it was due to a “credit card glitch”.
Flav won’t be out of the food game for long though as he plans to open Flavor Flav’s House Of Flavor in Vegas, saying that Cimino wasn’t running the business currently, though Cimino said “I’m just glad I’m free of somebody like Flavor Flav”.
At least Flav won’t have trouble getting to work on time, right?