Kerouac Corn Hole
Kerouac Park Haikus
Jack wanted more people to express themselves, so my idea is for an installation that the public can use to create Kerouac-American-Haikus. It may be difficult to pull off, but what I’m imagining is similar to those installations which are common in playgrounds that have plastic letters you can spin to create simple three letter [Read more…]
Kids Dance Club with Juice
We rent, borrow, occupy an empty space once a week or every two weeks. We play a variety of popular music. Families can come and grade-schoolers and middle schoolers dance just for fun and show off their moves. Juice and water are sold. A dance instructor and DJ make sure everyone’s having a good time.
Kids’ Painting Day
Kid’s Peace Rally
Kittredge Park Festival
A festival to highlight the absurd idea that widening Nesmith St next to Kittredge Park will make the area safer or reduce congestion. Food trucks or other vendors could be invited. A live band could play music in the gazebo. Educate people that street widening makes motorists drive faster and crashes become more violent. About [Read more…]
Folks from Lower Belvidere use the park a lot and crossing Nesmith by foot is already dangerous enough. Nesmith St is a key corridor to downtown, where congestion is a major issue. Infrastructure projects meant to ease congestion by widening streets typically backfires because more folks choose to drive when [Read more…]
Kratom the Key!
Kratom is a southeast Asian tropical evergreen tree. It is not an opiate but binds to opioid receptors in the brain to cause a myriad of health benefits but most importantly to stop withdrawal symptoms. Kratom is a popular and safe alternative to methadone, a pharmaceutical drug that is used to help with withdrawal symptoms [Read more…]
Making a hip hop group only with selfless musicians to help promote Kratom can promote a better attitude for the youth and community. Promoting positivity and kratom with my talented friends and our powerful music may show that being egotistical is nothing compared to the development of art and love [Read more…]