This Week in Borderstan

by May 3, 2010 at 3:00 pm 1,521 0

Luis Gomez Photos immigration rally White House Protest Borderstan

Saturday: Protesters stand in line on the north side of The White House on Pennsylvania Avene. They were part of the protests against the recentlyy passed Arizona immigration law. (Luis Gomez Photos)

Tuesday, May 4

“Healing from the Inside Out: The Regenerative Power of the Human Spirit.” The Smith Farm Center for Healing and the Arts is hosting this presentation at 6:30 pm with Michael Lerner, PhD: “Do we each have personal “styles” of healing that we may strengthen? While natural, healing is not automatic, and can be blocked or facilitated. The intention of this talk is to help us discover ways to deepen our own unique, resources for growing through adversity.” Event is free and seating is on a first come, first served basis. Smith Farm Center is at 1632 U Street NW.

PSA 305 meets tonight. For U Street-area residents, the monthly Public Safety 305 meeting is 7 to 8:15 pm, at the DC Housing Finance Agency, 815 Florida Avenue NW. This monthly meeting is for residents of Police Service Area (PSA) 305 and includes representatives from MPD (DC police) and Howard University Police. Got questions about crime in the area? This is your chance to speak directly with MPD reps.

Wednesday, May 5

ANC 2F-Logan meets. The monthly meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 1B is at 7 pm at the Washington Plaza Hotel, 10 Thomas Circle. The eastern part of the Borderstan area is in ANC 2F.

Mikveh opens at Goldman Theater. A new show, Mikveh, opens at the DC Jewish Community Center’s Goldman Theatre at 16th and Q NW: “A knowledgeable examination of traditions and ritual, this hit Israeli play explores the ever evolving position of women in Israeli society.”

Thursday, May 6

ANC 1B meets. ANC1B will hold its regularly scheduled public meeting on Thursday, May 6, 2010 at 7 pm in the Second Floor Conference Room of the Reeves Center at 14th and U Streets N.W. The northeastern part of the Borderstan area, including the U Street corridor is in ANC 1B; see map above.

The Ramayana opens at Source Theatre. A new production opens from the Constellation Theatre Company at the Source Theatre on 14th Street: “The Ramayana lies at the heart of Hinduism and has been captivating people for centuries with its balance of adventure and spirituality. India’s dazzling epic is a timeless testament to the transcendental power of love.”


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