How do you celebrate the end of an era of rock & roll, underage drinking, sex on the dance-floor and kids from Long Island tripping balls, aka every Thursday at Webster Hall? MORE DRUGS, DRINKING & TRYING TO GET LAID, OF COURSE!!!  

Webster Hall Action BronsonOh, and you invite Action Bronson “and friends” out too. Blox.NYC headed to the famous independent nightclub, Webster Hall, for its final show. The day may have been the ”End of an Era” but it didn’t play out too different than any other day at the venue. Kids stood on line drinking four lokos, tripping off of mushrooms and trying to cop coke in the middle of the afternoon. #TypicalNYCshit.  There was no Jay-Z appearance like some concertgoers hoped for. No mob of people chasing down Kanye West’s car as he passed by the venue either. Just one final night of hooking up with strangers and making new stories with friends. And trust us, we got some stories!!



Webster Hall Action BronsonAction Bronson’s friends turned out to be, Florida rapper “Wifisfuneral,” who opened up the show. He also brought out “F*ck That’s Delicious” co-star, Mayhem Lauren and Shady Record’s newest signee’s Conway & Westside Gunn. No Kanye but satisfying, to say the least.  We bid you farewell Webster Hall! Everybody in NYC has a story about not making the best decisions in your quarters, and if they don't, they're part of the reason you're gone.


Armaghetto is an animation series for the adult that worry about what the future look hold for us.

AnimationMeet James White: a friend, an artist, musician, and creator of the "Armaghetto" series.  Armaghetto is set in a dystopian future where Donald Trump is still president and gentrification has gone too far. The first episode, La Bruja, is centered around Omari, a Dominican man living in the Bronx who wakes up late for work after an ominous dream.

His series is inspired by the developmental changes the Bronx, specifically, the 10454 neighborhood, is experiencing currently.


Animation is the process of making the illusion of motion and the illusion of change[Note 1] by means of the rapid succession of sequential images that minimally differ from each other. The illusion—as in motion pictures in general—is thought to rely on the phi phenomenon and beta movement, but the exact causes are still unclear.

There are some forms of animation that do not feature a rapid succession of sequential images, but these are usually not considered to be "true" or "full" animation. For instance, the physical movement of image parts through simple mechanics in magic lantern slides and the movement of the projector (the magic lantern) in phantasmagoria provided popular moving picture shows.


Arthur’s Fist - the meme, is a reaction image featuring a screen capture of the protagonist Arthur from the titular children’s television series holding a clenched fist, which is often accompanied by captions describing various infuriating or frustrating circumstances. The image is taken from the Arthur Punches D.W. scene, notable for inspiring a series of YouTube poop videos.

On September 6th, 1999, Episode 1 Season 4 of Arthur titled “Arthur’s Big Hit” was broadcast, during which Arthur is shown clinching his fist before punching his little sister D.W. for breaking his Bell X-1 model airplane (shown below). On July 28th, 2016, Redditor axedowg submitted the fist image with the caption ”when people say ‘Harambe was just a gorilla’” to /r/blackpeopletwitter,[3] where it gathered upwards of 4,800 votes (89% upvoted) and 130 comments within five days (shown below, left). Meanwhile, the Arthur__Hands[2] Twitter feed was launched, featuring various examples of the Arthur fist meme (shown below, right).

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It's important to note that even before the fist meme, Arthur had already been engrained in the pop culture conversation, from the ArthurScenes Twitter account to Chance the Rapper (incorrectly) name-dropping him in "Ultralight Beam." ("I been this way since Arthur was an anteater.") This is all just a convoluted way to say, "Look at these other hella dank Arthurmemes."

I was one of those kids who didn’t have cable. For this reason, my moral compass and world view were shaped by maybe seven channels of public TV. This included the morning news; the sitcom Frasier; and most-influentially PBS's Arthur, a children's program that, no matter the time of day, would be discovered airing halfway through an episode. The show's pervasiveness no doubt left an impression on kids of the '90s who, like me, got their diet of wholesome life lessons and appreciation of family from a precocious aardvark with on-trend eyewear.

These kids grew up to be the content creators and memesmiths of the internet today, hence us now hitting peak Arthur on the show's 20th anniversary. The hot new meme of this moment — before the internet's collective attention spans reset — is the Arthur fist meme. It all started when Twitter user AlmostJT pointed out the simple poignancy in a pic of Arthur's tightly clenched fist:


All of The Bronx saviors have abandoned us. And Desus and Mero have done the same.
A late night talk show series that Started on Complex TV, now is hot and trending on Viceland, hosted by Desus Nice and The Kid Mero, for about 30 minutes they airs four times a week.
After getting famous, like many other Bronx heroes, move out. We thought you loved the BX??