April 28 – June 2, 2013
Written by S.O.A. writer Marco Ramirez
Directed by Daniel Aukin
What do you do when the fight chooses you?
It's the fight of his life, and you've got a ringside seat!
Jay "The Sport" Jackson wants a shot at the world title in a time when black and white boxers did not face off. And he's out to win at ANY cost. No matter the consequences. So he comes out swinging and slinging words in a spectacular barrage of rhythm and heat, language and adrenaline, sinew and cocksure swagger. But in fighting...
Johnny Lucero's Piston Clothing produces the Sons of Anarchy Outerwear Collection
by Andrew Asch, Retail Editor California Apparel News, February 29, 2012
For years, brothers Johnny Lucero and Eric Anthony faced off in a friendly completion, each designing clothes for the hot-rod set. More recently, the family competition has played out through licensing biker jackets from popular TV shows and movies with a need for speed. In December, Anthony’s Steady Clothing label, based in Santa Ana, Calif., licensed the satin racer’s jacket from the hit movie “Drive.”...
I think it is hilarious and sad at the same time that the Sons writers have decided to play the race card as a vehicle for another side story.
Juice discovers that his father is a "black man" which of course, by American definition, makes him "black" as well.
This is hilarious because it isn't true and its sad because most Americans would tend to believe it.
It also illustrates the long held and propagated notion that anything is better than "black" as is evidenced by the whole premise that the Sons have no problem with Juice as a "puerto rican" but as a "black man" he is...