Genevieve Grabman, J.D., M.P.H., will discuss her book, Challenging Pregnancy: A Journey through the Politics and Science of Healthcare in America, inspired by her very complicated pregnancy, where, ultimately, national anti-abortion politics—not medicine or her own choices—determined the outcome. Grabman will be joined by Dr. Pegge Ye, a member of Physicians for Reproductive Health and […]
You had us at nerdy and queer. The mistresses' host trivia on the second Wednesday of the month on the second floor. Play alone or come with a team (six people max) for five rounds of seven questions.
Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade on June 24, local artists and activists have been looking to do something. Voices For Choice, with Erin Aminah, Jen Kovach, Keep Your Secrets, and Griefcat, is one example of something we can do. Organized by the night's MC Emma G, the show unites artists […]
Treehouse Champs is a duo out of New Jersey and Philadelphia that makes grainy, raw music with vocals and guitar tracks that reverberate long after the songs end. They have pre-polished, DIY charm that invites you to get in on the ground floor. Opt Out and No Pterodactyls open.
After a long wait, Fringe Fest is back with over 250 theater artists taking to the stage for eight days over the course of two weeks! This festival has it all: comedy, musical theater, cabaret, and more. Each piece diving into a different topic from climate crisis to bodies, substance abuse to weed in gentrifying […]
Writers known for exploring issues of race in their work—Sonja Cherry-Paul, Tricia Ebarvia, Glory Edim, Frederick Joseph, and Amina Luqman-Dawson—will come together to discuss their relationship with race and identity and how it shapes their work. This talk is part of the 2022 Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy; a book signing will follow.
A nonbinary rapper who blends cartoons cadence of with thoughtful lyrics on gender and mental health, a Venezuelan Virginia-now-D.C.-based producer with melancholy hip hop beats, and a genre-less artist from California are just a few of the mind-bending artists playing this show as part of Independent Venue Week,
A festival featuring some of the best regional, national, and international Latinx and Hispanic acts, including metal-jazz-salsa band Puya, Puerto Rican singer Ignacio Peña, D.C.'s Sonic Castaways, and more. Get ready for an all out celebration of Latin heritage, culture, and some kick ass music too.
Dupont’s indoor putt-putt meets swanky cocktail bar is celebrating one year of business and you can party til your golf clubs drop with free golf all day, drink specials, and spontaneously handed-out cookies from Mah Ze Dar. This is not your typical Monday.
Part of the summer-long Studio Ghibli Festival, the theater screens this 1984 anime classic of a nature-loving princess set in the future when the planet is decimated by atmospheric poisons […]
Week 2 is here! After a long wait, Fringe Fest is back with over 250 theater artists taking to the stage for eight days over the course of two weeks! […]