“From the Civilian Arts Project to the Warehouse Next Door, the Black Cat DC, Comet Ping Pong, Artisphere, The Howard Theatre, U Street Music Hall Presents, Penn Social, and Eaton DC—the DC Record Fair has brought out vinyl fans across DC (and VA!) for 15 years now. And for the 15th anniversary of the DC Record Fair, we’re returning to the Eaton DC on Sunday, May 19th to celebrate. Read More


2459 18th Street, NW

From Tryst:

“Tryst Coffeehouse opened its doors in September 1998 with the simple goal of building meaningful connections, one animal cracker at a time. Over the years, Tryst has become synonymous with community. “Thank you to all of our employees and patrons, both past and present, for the lasting imprint you’ve made on Tryst… transforming it into what we’ve always envisioned: Washington, DC’s very own ‘community living room,’” Tryst posted on Facebook earlier this month.

To celebrate 25 years of service, Tryst is throwing it back to the early days with a 90’s-themed bash on Saturday, September 9th. Read More


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