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In Baltimore, young residents ‘shake off’ troubles with dance

Twice a week, groups of Baltimore youth gather in the city’s colorful Graffiti Alley to show off their dance moves. Through dance contests, these youth have developed their own style, called “shaking off,” which bridges the many divides of a troubled city. Together, they have found a creative outlet in a city ravaged by poverty, joblessness and the drug trade.

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Remembering the Secret Swing

In the summer of 2005 I showed my brother and my cousin the Secret Swing, which was installed by artist Corwyn Lund in a wedge between two buildings, available from Graffiti Alley behind Queen Street West about a block an a half west of Spadina.

Neither of them knew anything about the swing. I pretended that we were just going to check out the graffiti, and then had the pleasure of surprising them with the swing.

A little bit more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Swing

Street Artists

we’ve already seen a few of casey’s graffiti through the episodes and we’ve seen spray paint cans in raph’s room so i like to think they sometimes get together to paint empty alleyways. i imagine they have an artistic vandalising friendship XD
but seriously i’d really like to see one day what raphael draws like. i always had him for more af a artistic type…