On Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, a new generation of musicians, fashion designers, and entrepreneurs are at the leading edge of street culture's massive global rise. The four-block stretch at the heart of this creative nexus has long been home to streetwear brands that are so exclusive, shoppers will camp out for days just for the opportunity to buy a one of a kind t-shirt, pair of sneakers or piece of new gear. The scene has also given rise to some of the most cutting edge rap icons while attracting some of hip-hop's biggest stars. Now, the next generation of tastemakers are coming up on "The Block" like the emerging culture brand Just Be Cool at YOUth and the on-the-cusp underground hip-hop group, The Chill Black Guys (CBG).
Runtime: 30 minutes
Welcome to Fairfax - Terrapin Crossroads - Netflix
Terrapin Crossroads is a music venue in San Rafael, California, founded by former Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh.
Welcome to Fairfax - San Rafael location - Netflix
On January 2, 2012 Lesh announced that Terrapin Crossroads will be located at the current location of the Seafood Peddler in San Rafael. Furthur did some rehearsal shows a couple years prior in their Palm Ballroom. On February 14, 2012, Phil Lesh and Friends performed a live webcast of a one-set performance at the new Terrapin Crossroads location. The venue had a “soft opening” on March 8, 2012. The first official concerts at Terrapin Crossroads were a run of 12 shows by Phil Lesh and Friends, from March 17 to April 1, 2012. In addition to the music hall, dubbed “The Grate Room”, Terrapin Crossroads consists of a large bar (site of many free bar shows), a lounge, and large dining room on the first floor. The second story consists of another large lounge/VIP area. Terrapin also has outdoor seating and dining outside alongside the canal and docks for those who boat to the restaurant/venue. Terrapin Crossroads was designed by Hulburd Design of San Francisco. The executive chef is Nathan Clark.
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