The park will be throwing a weekend festival to celebrate the life of its namesake, the Jewish Beastie Boys rapper.
(JTA) — Hundreds gathered for an anti-hate rally at a vandalized Brooklyn park named in memory of the late Beastie Boys singer Adam Yauch. The rally Sunday at the Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn came after the park was defaced with swastikas and the message “Go Trump.” Yauch, known as MCA, died in 2012 at age…
Let it be written that from this day forward, the only acceptable way to celebrate MCA Day shall be with breakdancing Buddhist monks.
The Daily Dot wrote: On Saturday, artists gathered to honor Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch for the third annual MCA Day, and a bunch of monks decided to get in on the action.
Calling all Beastie Boys fans: a trip to Brooklyn may be in order on Friday.
If you’d hoped to hear “No Sleep Til Brooklyn” in a coffee commercial, you’re out of luck.
You’ve got to fight for your right — to rename a New York City park for the late Beastie Boy Adam “MCA” Yauch.
It’s impossible to talk about the Beastie Boys without talking about the group. Eitan Kensky writes that he connected with Adam Yauch as an individual in film.