“Punk Rock is alive and well in the District on Friday as Richmond band Strike Anywhere come to town on the first date of their label package (Bridge 9 Records) tour. Celebrating their 10 year anniversary and supporting their new release (Oct 6, 2009) – IRON FRONT – the band will be supported by Polar Bear Club, Crime in Stereo and Ruiner.”
October 3rd (this Saturday!). Harvest Ride: Bike tour of collective urban gardens
Grab a bike and join your neighbors for a Harvest Ride, a 26 mile randonneuring bike tour of collective gardens and worker-owned food cooperatives in our region.
From the Arboretum’s Washington Youth Garden to Riverdale MD’s Master Peace Community Farm, with Ledroit Park’s Common Good City Farm and Ft Totten’s Neighborhood Farm Initiative in between, there’s plenty to celebrate during the rise of the full moon closest to the Fall Equinox -the Harvest Moon. This event is free. For more info visit Common Good City Farm.
This Sunday (10/4) is…………….THE WASHINGTON DC RECORD FAIR!
Almost 500 folks came through the last record fair, and the record selection (bargains and rarities both) was pretty insane.
25+ Record Dealers w/ funk, punk, reggae, salsa, soul, indie, psych, freakbeat, hip-hop, techno, samba, rockabilly and more…
Celebrity DJ’s, great pizza, ping pong, beer/wine and lots of records!
A perfect way to spend a Fall Sunday morning!
Fancy limited edition flyer by Mingering Mike!
Goes down at Comet Ping Pong (5037 Connecticut Ave NW, DC)
Hours are 10AM-4PM. Only $2 admission.
“Sunday, October 4, 2009
8:00pm – 11:00pm
Marvin (on the upstairs patio)
2007 14th St NW
Photo projection night featuring the ‘East’ series by documentary photographer Bill Crandall. Black-and-white images produced between 1998-2009 in Belarus, Kiev, Kosovo, Serbia, Poland, Prague, and Romania. First-ever showing in DC!
An accompanying magazine-format print catalog is available via MagCloud, free copies will be on hand for the first twenty people who ask.
“Old Time Jam this sunday at the Looking Glass Lounge (6:30pm Georgia Ave. at Princeton)”