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Rapper’s Delight


During one episode of local rapper Sean “Oreo” Jones’s music-meets-food You-Tube show, Let’s Do Lunch, Jones accidentally mashed up the words “Cheers” and “Peace” while making a toast. Later that year, the Warsaw, Indiana, native decided to start a homegrown hip-hop festival, and the term he’d coined stuck. “It’s fitting,” Jones says. “The

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