20 Aug 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of August 20 – 23

For DCPS kids this is the final weekend of summer which, while SO SO WELCOME, seems wrong since Labor Day is still two weeks away. Regardless, it’s still summer so we must continue to summer on. Tonight you can catch a preview performance of SCENA Theatre’s interpretation of Oscar Wilde’s classic farce The Importance of […]


23 Jul 2015

Events:

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Heat Breaking Edition

Thursday, July 23  Transformer – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Transformer opens the first of four artists in their E12: Social Practice series. Artist Amy Hughes Braden’s work will be the first to be featured. For more information, click here. Transformer is located at 1404 P St. NW. Friday, July 24 DC Arts Studios – […]


16 Jul 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of July 16 – 19

Oh, are you are also not going to your beach house this weekend? Me either! How shall we console ourselves? Tonight: Do you like to wear bikinis or look at people wearing bikinis? This event is for you! Penthouse Pool & Lounge @ The Yards will host a Dar Be Dar by Tala Raassi summer fashion show. Raassi will showcase […]


12 Jun 2015

Events:

Weekend East City Event Round Up: The Reinterpretation Edition

Thursday, June 11 Long View Gallery – 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.  Zachary Oxman’s work in Optic Symphony celebrates the identity of human perceptions. Viewers are challenged to participate in the work and explore the complexities within the pieces and themselves. For more information, click here. Long View Gallery is located at 1234 Ninth St. […]


10 Jun 2015

Entertainment:

Museum Hack: Highbrow/Lowbrow Fun

One of the best things about DC and, specifically, about the Hill, is the free and unfettered access to museums. For Capitol Hill residents, a ten-minute walk places us in the center of one of the best art collections in the world but… how did that art get here? How much of it is, objectively, […]


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