Electric Factory, located at 421 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is an indoor theater concert venue which can house up to 3,000 people. This was owned by Larry Magid.
Graffiti Hall of Fame features a street museum. Located at the Park Avenue, New York City, Ray "Sting Ray" Rodriguez, the Harlem community leader, founded this graffiti street museum.
Compton Swap Meet is located at 2100 North Long Beach Blvd., Compton, CA. This place was a venue for meeting up, swapping and buying items, as well as considered as a hip-hop landmark.
Harlem World Club was a three-story dance disco club operating from 1978 to 1985. Today on Harlem World Club's location stood Conway's and Malcolm X Boulevard. This club was now called Harlem World Cultural Entertainment Center & Disco.
Miami is a city in the USA and popular tourist destinations in the world. It's an important financial center and a place where the arts, entertainment, and commerce coexist. its famous spots include South Beach and the Art Deco district.
The Howard Theatre, first opened in 1910, was located at 620 T Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C. This historic theater was owned by the Council of the District of Columbia and operated by Blue Note Entertainment Group.
Long Beach is a beautiful city located in the Southern California, United States. It's the second largest city in Los Angeles, and a wonderful place for sightseeing because of its museums, gardens, and attractions.
Minneapolis is an American city and the largest Minessota's city! It's a city with a huge quantity of rivers and streams, and an important centre of business, sport and culture.
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