Urban Junkies London
Friday, January 17 2003
Sunday's the new Saturday
Sunday's the new Saturday
Rare Find
@ Vibe Bar
Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick Lane, E1
Sundays 1:30-11:30pm

Secret Sundaze
@ 93 Feet East
150 Brick Lane, E1
Sunday January 19, 4-10:30pm
£3 before 6pm, £5 after
For those of you who want to sweat the booze out, there's Lazy Dog at Notting Hill Arts Club this Sunday 4pm-12:30am. Free before 6pm, £5 after. Get there early. 21 Notting Hill Gate, W11.
  The Sunday Retreat offers Asian food, live singers, turntables and films. At the Retreat this Sunday 2pm-12am. Free. 144 Upper St, N1.
Saturday nights are so over. It's all about Sunday, dahling.

You may still be hurting from the night before but Brick Lane is calling your name. This Sunday Vibe Bar hosts Rare Find. Enter the spacious courtyard where graffiti 'sprayers', courtesy of the Third Decade Graffiti Crew, create real time masterpieces.

Too cold to stand around and spectate? Head inside where the beat goes on with hip hop and reggae, scratching and break dancing.

Not feeling like hip hop hooraying? No worries - just across the street is Secret Sundaze at 93 Feet East. If you frequented their summer weekly jam, you'll know why Sundaze are a good way of cracking through Mondaze. Barbecues, beverages, terrace tunes and dancing grooves make this the perfect way to spend a winter day.

Sundazes have never been so good. Get outta bed and get your freak on.

Portraying 100 of hip hop's greatest icons, Hip Hop Immortals has taken the US, Japan and Australia by storm. The exhibit opens today at Proud Camden, 10 Greenland St, NW1.This model not sold at the Bond St LVMH. Hip Hop Immortal Lil Kim by David Lachapelle
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