The Holy Trinity Gone Gutter
Is it a grilled cheese sandwich, or is it art? Sneak preview from P(ART)Y headquarters
I've known local artist Ahol for about four years, since I graduated from college and made it from Tucson to Miami by playing guitar for gas money and sleeping in a broken-windowed Corolla at hijacked KOA campsites. Ahol was heavy on his street-art grind, but has since leveraged his powers of self promotion into the successful and growing Shake Thursdays at The Vagabond as part of the "Que Pasa MIA" crew.
Why? "Cause that's my favorite food.We'll probably uses the cheapest bread, and yellow cheese, but if we're feeling fancy, different kinds."" Ahol says and adds "Hopefully it makes it better, more fun, more along the styles of everything that I do. I won a contest to redesign the Colt45 can, so they're hooking it up, they're sending a lot of beer. I gotta try and stay away from it so I can make it through the whole night."
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