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Dead Emerson, who grew up in the D.C. area and played in local band Todo Mas, shaped his musical sensibilities through an adolescence spent attending D.C. house shows and making music with friends at the University of Maryland. Now based in Los Angeles, he releases solo tracks from his bedroom studio in between playing guitar for […]
If you’re fixing to learn a new quarantine craft, the only hoop you need to jump through is an embroidery one. On Sept. 20, DC Design Week will gather amateur craftspeople from the comfort of their homes for an Introduction to Embroidery virtual class. […]
When the Black Cat first opened its doors in 1993, its founders were worried that D.C. was losing its place in the music world. There were hardly any independent music venues left, and there was no home for the city’s booming underground music scene […]
Ten DC playwrights work to capture the tumultuous summer of 2020 in The 51st State, the fourth in a series of films commissioned by Arena Stage. Local dramatists were tasked with interviewing residents about moments that have defined the summer of 2020 […]
D.C.’s Adams Morgan neighborhood may be, to some, just a locale where one can drink heavily and eat a jumbo slice, but this Northwest section has always offered way more than that. The 42nd annual Adams Morgan Day will make that clear with a virtual schedule that offers […]