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The Street Sage LIVE!


You won’t believe this, we did a LIVE show! It was back on May 17th, 2015 @ Bedlam Theatre Lowertown in St. Paul, MN.

We had a ton of fun and the exciting thing is that we get to do it all again on Sept 27th, 2015, 7:30pm @ Bedlam Lowertown!!! This time we are doing the show as a fundraiser for BEDLAM!!! This is a great theatre for our community and it needs our support right now, so come out, support, laugh and have a good time!

I hope you enjoy the first show, click below to view!!!



Stacy Schultz – The Street Sage

Hector Chavarria – Big Gay Mexican

Matthew Earley – Earl

Musical Guest:

Daniel Bonespur

Special Guest:

Brandon Borgos, President of SensibleMN

Speak Out:

Aukiem Rembert Bey

Creative Team:

Jay Terry & Bob Helland

White Boy


Dear Street Sage,

Can I say “nigga”? Preface: I play a lot of basketball, or “street ball” as some would say. Yesterday, I played with seven black men who frequently said “nigga”. Often, I am called “white boy”. I never say “nigga”. I call them by their names because I interrogative myself. Yesterday, I earned respect for my game and they just called me “Bob”. But here in the 21st century, where should people stand on the word “Nigga”. It’s popularized in black culture and used often, should I feel it is taboo or can I use it as a show of respect, familiarity in proper context?

~ “White” “Boy”

Dear “White” “Boy”,

No. I do not think you should be using that word. Give it a try around these particular men if you feel you have enough cred with them. You may get your ass kicked. You may not. Either way, that’s the only real way for you to find out. Or if they call you “white boy” again then try…”don’t call me white boy, I don’t call you nigga”. See a reaction, respond accordingly. If these particular men are ok with you using that word, people ┬áin the street may not be. Be aware of your surroundings. Even in the 21st century the word “nigga” is still offensive, racist, and disrespectful. You are correct in saying that it is popularized in black culture, again I will point out, you are not black.

I don’t think anyone should be using that word anymore. That’s just my opinion.

– Street Sage