Submit Your Music/Art for Feature in ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue49 on March 10th

ThaWilsonBlock Magazine is a digital publication released on the 10th of every month. Because we are a digital magazine, we can feature your music/art and make it accessible to our readers at their fingertips. Your Music/Art will contain active links to your website and social channels! Showcase your music and/or art in ThaWilsonBlock Magazine to put it in the hands of thousands of readers and potential fans! For Music (All Genres Considered)One Song per month is absolutely FREE!!!Original Price is $1 per track / $10 per month. Click Here to view pricing and order! For Artwork (SFW Images only please)One Image/Graphic … Continue reading Submit Your Music/Art for Feature in ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue49 on March 10th

ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue48

Mistah Wilson brings you tha 4-Year Anniversary Issue of ThaWilsonBlock Magazine featuring John Singleton + Loretta Glickman + Robinson Boulevard + Rose Robinson + Garfield Heights + Paco Swartz + 23mile Walk for Courage + NEW Street Sign Photography collection + Victor Gordo + Chance the Rapper + Magic Mike Z + 2-Hye + DJ Kay Slay + Stevie J + Keith Sweat, & so much more!!! Click to Download //e.issuu.com/embed.html#4408251/44222472 Continue reading ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue48

Janet W. of Garfield Heights gives us a Tour through Pasadena’s 2nd Oldest Landmark District

At ThaWilsonBlock Magazine, we find local heritage fascinating! For our 4-year anniversary issue on February 10th, 2017, we wanted to try something new. For years, having growing up in Bungalow Heaven, I developed a genuine appreciation for the craftsman style home. I’ve been walking Pasadena streets for over 15 years and began to take notice of the different landmark districts throughout town. It gave me a sense of belonging. Pride. After months of wanting to learn more about these districts, we reached out to Garfield Heights Neighborhood Association to learn more about the richness of historic preservation within the neighborhood. … Continue reading Janet W. of Garfield Heights gives us a Tour through Pasadena’s 2nd Oldest Landmark District

Chance the Rapper: "I Never Wanted to Sell my Music"

“I thought putting a price on it put a limit on it and inhibited me from making a connection,” explains Chance (whose real name is Chancellor Johnathan Bennett). The politically active 23-year-old Chicago native talks politics, rap, and free music… You campaigned for Hillary Clinton and you helped get out the vote in Illinois. Do you think performers have an obligation to be politically involved? CHANCE THE RAPPER: I think our duty as American citizens is to be involved and engaged in anything that affects us. As an artist, I have to use my platform, and as a dad, a … Continue reading Chance the Rapper: "I Never Wanted to Sell my Music"

How Doctors are using digital photography in rural healthcare

Researchers at the University of British Columbia are using digital photography to track patients’ healthcare in rural communities. Professor Kathy Rush of the UBC Okanagan School of Nursing conducted a study with senior atrial fibrillation, or AF, patients living independently in rural communities of less than 7,000 people.AF is a chronic condition that causes an irregular heartbeat, fatigue, dizziness and shortness of breath. For the study, 10 participants of varying stages of health were given digital cameras and were asked to take daily photos and mail them back every two weeks for six months. “You don’t always get the full … Continue reading How Doctors are using digital photography in rural healthcare

Afroman talks being a Crip and Moving to Rival School

While he’s known more for his stoner songs, Afroman’s first album, My Fro-losophy, featured lots of references to the Crips, which he belonged to while living in South Central as a kid. Afroman spoke on how he joined the Eight Tray Gangsters in his neighborhood to get respect, but it was when he moved to a rival Rolling 60’s school (Horace Mann) that he got into a bit of trouble. Continue reading Afroman talks being a Crip and Moving to Rival School

Mistah Wilson walks all of Figueroa Street to demonstrate Courage (Street Sign Photography)

You probably didn’t hear too much about it…if any at all. Regardless of tha fact, Mistah Wilson led a 23mile Walk effort from San Pedro to 1st in Los Angeles. Joining him was fellow artist and entrepreneur Dominic Poole, who was the X factor in many of these extensive walks for causes, and Mina Wildcard, a local poet from University Park near USC. It was the end of July 2016. Yea, that means the Sun was kicking our butt. Unhindered, we met at Fig & 7th in Downtown Los Angeles. We caught the blue line to Long Beach and another … Continue reading Mistah Wilson walks all of Figueroa Street to demonstrate Courage (Street Sign Photography)

Gallery: Mistah Wilson meets with Pasadena Councilman Victor Gordo in District 5

Mistah Wilson, publisher of ThaWilsonBlock Magazine, briefly met with Councilman Victor Gordo of Pasadena’s District 5. Percy Johnson saw Mr. Gordo walking the neighborhood campaigning for re-election on March 7th, 2017. Johnson introduced Mistah Wilson to Gordo as they spoke about local landmark districts, Rose Bowl renovations, and the upcoming music & arts festival coming to Brookside Park.   Continue reading Gallery: Mistah Wilson meets with Pasadena Councilman Victor Gordo in District 5