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Friday, October 19, 2018

DC Gets a Greensky

What is a poor music lover to do? This weekend there are simply too many choices. Luckily, Dear Readers, you have two sleuths, who...

Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC’s Youth Invasion

The GenOUT Chorus’s second annual Youth Invasion concert features songs that inspire and celebrate LGBTQ pride. The GenOUT Chorus is made up of 20...

Vegan Cooking Class

This class, Feb. 3 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Hill Center, includes science-based nutrition information, live cooking demonstrations and samples to taste....

Digging Up Dessa

Dessa is a 21st-century girl with no shortage of struggles, secrets and mysteries to solve. From dinosaur bones to hidden memories, the world is...

Garage Grunge, Post Punk and Psychedelic Rock

Friday Dust off your Doc Martins and head down to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotel to catch Mystery Friends this Friday, Jan. 26. A mashup...

Mia’s Coffeehouse Closed

After two and a half years on the Hill, Mia’s Coffeehouse (101 15th St. NE) owner Jeff Lee announced that the cafe would be...

Musical Innovations

What kind of music did people listen to thousands of years ago? Visit the exhibition Resound: Ancient Bells of China and learn about the...

Boombox Throws A Dance Party

By the time headliner came on the stage at the 9:30 Club on Jan. 19, the crowd on the main floor was shoulder to...

Theater J Announces Yiddish Theater Lab

Theater J, the nation’s largest and most prominent Jewish theater, has launched Yiddish Theater Lab. This program is dedicated to preserving and reviving the...

Art and the City

Michael Ford goes by feel. He’s a “Zen photographer.” It’s about trying to find “the zone—not thinking about what you’re doing…just doing.” It’s the...