Close out the weekend with a free show celebrating standout Indigenous artists. Performers include D.C.-based intertribal Native American Northern drum group, Uptown Singerz, accompanied by Miss Chief Rocka. Local Pamunkey mixed-media artist Rose Powhatan will discuss her work, and Rhiana Yazzie and Regina Victor will present Yazzie's two-person play exploring Navajo life and sexuality via real-life […]
Video games and a dive bar with host Sam Ahern. What more could you ask for?
Catholic University Professor (and former U.S. State Department planner) Michael Kimmage offers insight into the two counties currently at war. Coming up on the anniversary of Russia's invasion, the fighting shows no sign of stopping though much has changed since last February. Kimmage offers a deeper understanding of recent developments and a sense of what […]
This lineup is putting the hurrah back in your Wednesday nights. Catch sets by local rapper dread scott (who goes by the title “Basquiat of Bars” ), Baltimore's ChuckTheSpittah, collective Kidz At Play, Canadian rapper City Fidelia, and Southeast's very own Dre Wave$, whose name "stems from his love for the smooth & wavy production […]
Today's Live! at the Library is all about celebrating Black History Month. At this open house, visitors will see a plethora of items, works, and artifacts related to Black American history and heritage. Staff will be onsite to chat. It's free, but free-timed entry passes are required.
Only in D.C.: Jonna Mendez, former CIA Chief of Disguise, introduces the screening of the 2012 Oscar-winning film based on her late husband, Tony Mendez’s “best worst idea.” Mendez, played by Ben Affleck, flew into Tehran, Iran at the height of the hostage crisis to help rescue six U.S. diplomats under the cover story that […]
Take a break from the concrete and spend some time in the dirt instead with farmers at THEARC. Every Friday, volunteers are invited to help the farmers tend to their produce and prepare for markets.
Ed Emcee and Tony Keith host a night of spoken word that celebrates Black history and culture with performances by Alexa Patrick, Lauryn Alicia, Najya Williams, Carylnn Newhouse, and Melissa Princess Best.
A singer and songwriter hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Peter Mulvey spans genres, blending rock and folk with Jazz, and spoken word. Ireland's Anna Mieke is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter known for her delicate and vivid alt-folk sounds.
Songbyrd and Tipsy60 are once again joining forces for a Grammy Watch Party like no other. There will be pool, prizes, and drink specials. Free with RSVP.
Since 1997, Transparent Productions has produced this show in observance of Black History Month. Dr. El’Zabar has recorded more than 60 projects during his lifetime and has worked with icons including Nina Simone, Ntozake Shange, and Dizzy Gillespie. He'll play with other jazz greats Corey Wilkes and Alex Harding.
This 22 year-old Dallas native has been putting her gorgeous spin on modern R&B since she was in high school. Over the years, Pitchfork, NPR, Vogue, and more media outlets have heaped acclaim on the singer and songwriter. Her latest work continues to tackle the complexities of life and love.