by Prince Of Petworth June 18, 2019 at 1:45 pm 0

From an email:

“Tonight is a special event at the Cafe Saint-Ex trivia. Jeopardy! contestant coordinators are in town this week doing some auditions, and a couple of them (including a senior producer) have decided to drop into the Cafe Saint-Ex trivia night to give players the down low on how to get into the contestant process and meet some of the DMV’s Jeopardy! fans. They’ll be doing some swag giveaways and special Jeopardy! themed prizes on top of the usual bar tabs that go to the top two teams.” (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth June 4, 2019 at 4:00 pm 0

From Pride on the pier 2019:

“Saturday, June 8, 2019
The Wharf
District & Transit Pier
101 District Square SW
Washington, DC 20024

The Washington Blade in partnership with LURe DC and The Wharf are excited to announce the 2nd Annual Pride on the Pier celebration during DC Pride on Saturday, June 8, 2019.

Pride on the Pier extends the city’s annual celebration of LGBTQ visibility to the bustling Southwest waterfront with an exciting array of activities and entertainment. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth May 22, 2019 at 3:30 pm 0

From an email:

“May is mental health awareness month, but most of us aren’t aware just how many of us struggles. Hearing that 1 in 5 of us has a mental health challenge isn’t as meaningful as hearing the humans facing those challenges.

That’s the point of All The Feels, a mental health variety show, that is next Wednesday, May 29th at Union Stage. Ten local performers will tell stories, do stand up comedy, share poetry and sing about their experiences with challenges from depression and bipolar, to substance abuse and suicide. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth May 21, 2019 at 11:15 am 0

Ruddy Roye, whose work explores race and inequality in the U.S., is one of the noted photographers speaking in DC next week. © Ruddy Roye

From the organizer:

“Get ready for Click DC – a month-long celebration of photography in the DC area that has a little bit of everything for local photographers and photography lovers during June.

The inaugural Click DC photo festival is a grassroots effort of more than 20 photography organizations, collectives and galleries that will host exhibits, talks, workshops and photo walks throughout the month. You can find the full schedule of events at

The celebration officially kicks off with Focus on the Story 2019, a series of talks and presentations starting May 31 on the George Washington University campus. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth May 2, 2019 at 4:15 pm 0

From a press release:

“More than 50 embassies will welcome the public in a cultural exchange like none other at the Around the World Embassy Tour. The event is part of Cultural Tourism DC’s Passport DC, a month-long celebration of DC’s international diplomatic community.

Visitors will be treated to food, fashion, music, and more, as each embassy showcases some of the best their native lands have to offer. With more than 50 embassies to visit, the public can truly travel the world and experience myriad cultures in just one day. Last year, more than 30,000 people participated. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth April 23, 2019 at 11:45 am 0

From an email:

“How lame is it that the keynote speaker to this year’s White House Correspondents’ dinner is boring old historian Ron Chernow?? Wouldn’t you rather see a sharp-tongued and super woke comedian like, say, Haywood Turnipseed Jr. whose performed at the Kennedy Center take the stage? Wouldn’t it be fun if The Donald himself made an appearance??

Forget the Nerd Prom the night before, The Unofficial Correspondents’ Dinner is a first-of-its-kind Political Roast show that will feature a constituency of DC’s best comedians, in character, for a bipartisan bashing of epic proportions. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth April 10, 2019 at 1:15 pm 0

Photo Credit: Pierre Edwards/@DistrictDodger

Ed. Note: For those not familiar with what’s coming after – see here and here.

From an email:

“No Kings Collective, in partnership with Collection 14, presents UMBRELLA. Taking over an entire city block along the 14th St corridor, UMBRELLA will be a three day pop-up with multiple galleries, art installations, and site-specific projects. UMBRELLA will feature curation and art by Kelly Towles, Naturel, Maggie O’Neill, Monochrome Collective, Girlaaa, Mark Kelner, Fabiola R. Delgado, PAKKE, Rock Creek Social Club, District Dodger, and JAB.

UMBRELLA | April 12th – 14th

Opening Reception April 12th | 5p-12a

2114 14th st NW (between V and W St)

The show is free and open to the public, but you must RSVP.”

More from a press release: (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth August 27, 2018 at 12:45 pm 0

By: Mimi Montgomery

What to Do in D.C. This Week (8/27-8/30)

Crab, chickens, and pizza.

Photo by Ken Willis


FEELIN’ CRABBY…Yeah, crab is good, but crab on a MLB baseball field? That’s even better. Come eat a crab dinner on Nats Park complete with Old Bay-steamed Maryland blue crabs, garlic potatoes, an Eastern Shore corn salad, cupcakes, and all-you-can-drink Budweiser. Oh, you also get a Nats crab mallet and pint glass to take home, too.

LOCAL PLAYERS…Celebrate local artists at tonight’s Night of New Works event. Republic Restoratives will host DC playwrights, actors, and directors who will perform six new 10-minute plays. This year’s theme is (fittingly) temperature. Come early for a cocktail hour, or stay after for a post-show reception.

AND…Say bye to summer on the WharfLearn to be a landlordTalk watercolors with a masterFree zuma at Ken CenBook club at DachaWilliam Egginton at Politics and ProseMonday at a rooftop farm(more…)

by Prince Of Petworth August 24, 2018 at 12:40 pm 0

By: Mimi Montgomery

What to Do in D.C. This Weekend (8/24 – 8/26)

Bollywood, beer, and dragon boats.

Photo by Beau Finley


CRANK IT UP…Come rock out at a punk rock-themed karaoke get-together at Black Cat. Belt out some Ramones tunes and lose your voice without fear, because it all benefits Girls Rock! D.C. The group sends girls and trans and non-binary kids to rock music camp, where they practice their skills with experienced teachers and learn to be true rockstars.

JAM ON…Are you excited for Outessa? It’s a female-forward music festival geared toward the outdoors, and it’ll be hosted next month. In the meantime, join the hosts REI at their spot for a music preview by DJ Damn Kham, cocktails from Lyon Distilling Company, and some snacks. Bonus: They’ll be giving away tickets to the festival!

CRAZY RICH ASIANS…Have you seen Crazy Rich Asians yet? The film follows Rachel Chu as she travels to Singapore to meet her boyfriend’s family…and it turns out they’re rich. Like, crazy rich. You can catch the blockbuster hit tonight at the National Museum of American History, but they’ll be showing it with subtitles, a great addition for those with hearing problems or who are learning English.

ANDGet your jazz in the garden onHit up a market in Southwest¡Muévelo!...Listen to some 80s and 90s house/technoPeter Bradley Adams at Union StageCelebrate the wine harvestMake a classic German back-to-school craft(more…)

by Prince Of Petworth August 20, 2018 at 12:45 pm 0

By: Mimi Montgomery

What to Do This Week in D.C. (8/20 – 8/23)

Israeli cooking, Shakespeare, and burgers.

Photo by Josh Bassett


HISTORY, SIDE OF BEER…Come out and enjoy a beer made from a recipe stored in the National Museum of American History. This blend is made with New York, Oregon, and Bavarian hops, and it hasn’t been produced in 78 years. Try it yourself at Right Proper while a panel of historians, authors, and beer specialists talk about historical brewing. There will also be food via another recipe stored in the museum’s archives.

LEARN 2 COOK…Learn the basics of Israeli cooking at a Sixth & I class. A chef and food writer will lead you through the steps of making latkes, ceviche, date and honey cake, and plenty more. After, you’ll sit down to a buffet dinner to reward yourself for all your hard work (and everything served is kosher).

ANDMusic triviaDo some figure drawingTake a drum classAll-levels capoeiraPost-pregnancy workoutComics + cocktailsCheck out some plantsStories from the Zika fightTiki time(more…)


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