PoP Weekend Picks From Weekly Emails

Ed. Note: I just liked this photo, no connection to any weekend picks…

The People’s Rally: Medicare For All NOW!!!
Sunday, July 26th, 2009 / 1pm – 4pm

Malcolm X Park (16th & Euclid Streets, NW)
Washington, DC 20009  Continues after the jump

Featured music by The Makepeace Brothers, David James & Ndelible, Kuku, Jeremy James, Joel Segal, Mikuak Rai, Gray Panthers of
Metropolitan Washington & more! Speak Out by uninsured and under-insured patients, doctors, nurses, political & community leaders including Rev. Graylan Hagler and Audri Scott Williams.

This is a movement of the uninsured & under-insured to demand that Congress acts in the best interest of the people, instead of the
profiteers (private insurance companies). If you or those you know are uninsured, under-insured, or even unemployed, please attend and let your voices be heard, because Health care is a Human Right, not just for some but for All.

This event precedes another important demonstration & rally occurring on Thursday, July 30th at Upper Senate Park beginning at 1pm in Washington, DC. For more information on the healthcare issue and the movement to support Medicare For All please visit
www.Healthcare-Now.org. For more information about The People’s Rally, please call (202) 276-3099.

Date: Sunday, July 26, 2009
Time: 7:30pm – 11:00pm
Location: BloomBars
Street: 3222 11th ST NW

Magic Comes to Seed the Sound on Sunday! No really! World famous magician Justin Kredible will bring his magic show to BloomBars along with a stacked lineup of incredible musicians. Terrence Cunningham starts off guest hosting duties of Seed the Sound. David James (Lead singer of Nndelible) will bless the stage along with BloomBars legends, the Makepeace Brothers (Don’t worry, we’ll clear the pews so you can dance). And of course, one of our brightest seedlings, Hope Leigh Rollins will open the show. Please come join us for a truly magical evening.

Nouveau Riche, is this Saturday at DC9 (1940 9th St NW), and we’re doing some cool/different stuff this time, so I thought I should let you know:

1. Bought a zillion glowsticks and a zillion feet of fake vines. We’re getting there early to deck out the whole place with vines and intertwined glowsticks. Then we’re turning off all the regular lights. So it should be a cool looking glowing forest type vibe.

2. Mark Brown of Baltimore’s Wham City collective is coming down to VJ. He does some really really cool video art, and not only that, there is a song by Dan Deacon called “Mark Brown”. His website is here.

3. We’ll have a face paint stand going from 9-11pm so people can really get into the jungle groove.

When you combine parts (1), (2), and (3) I think the space will feel really transformed.

The regular crew of myself, Nacey, and Steve Starks will be spinning, and as usual we’ll have free beer from 9-10pm.

IOTA July 26

Adrian Krygowski is a local musician of several previous local bands, and who performs commonly acoustic, regionally. His style ranges from what people would recognize as a Dave Grohl or Butch Walker acoustic set, to heartfelt songcraft by the likes of Conor Oberst or Ryan Adams.

Sunday night, July 26th, will be Adrian’s first time performing at Iota Club & Cafe, with a wide range of acoustic openers including Timothy Bracken, Michael Jantz, and Amy Sullivan. Audience can expect four well-seasoned, regionally-touring songwriters with their own separate sounds, making for a brilliant display of a guitar, microphone, and singer/songwriter.

Show Details:
Sunday July 26th, 8:30pm, $10
Iota Club & Cafe: 2832 Wilson Blvd, Arlington VA 22201 (Clarendon Metro, Orange Line) – 703-522-8340

3 Comment

  • PoP, Where was this photo taken?

  • Prince Of Petworth

    I can’t remember exactly where I was maybe on Florida Ave. This is the cool church on 16th St south of Florida. I love the way churches look through an alley.

  • This is St. Augustine at 15th and V. It looks like this shot was taken from an alley off of U street between 15th and 16th. I took this exact picture a couple weeks ago around sunset, and now I’m kicking myself for not uploading it. It’s a great church to photograph, expecially around dusk.

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