Brooklyn has a graffiti museum. Manhattan has a break-dancing school. Your little sister traded in her Girl Scout merit badges for a pair of Technic 1200s, and your mom knows who shot Biggie Smalls. While hip-hop established itself as a form of underground social expression decades ago with rebellious acts like tagging and break-dance battles, it has since seeped into every aspect of popular culture. Don't know the difference between popping and locking? Look it up on Wikipedia! Want to learn to DJ? Take a class! Feel like witnessing an hour and a half of high-energy break dancing and power tumbling by some of the best b-boys and b-girls in the world but feel uncomfortable in "urban settings"? Well, now you're in... More >>>