by Tim Regan October 9, 2015 at 3:45 pm 0

Taste of DC (Facebook:Taste of DC)

Amazing! The weekend is back by popular demand. Here’s a roundup of what to expect this weekend in and around the Borderstan coverage area:

Events:

  • Taste of D.C. 2015 comes to Pennsylvania Avenue. During the food fest, guests will have the chance to sample food from across the District while enjoying live entertainment on multiple stages. Oh, and there’s a Ben’s Chili Bowl eat-off.
  • Chefs from the Matchbox at 1901 14th Street NW will staff the chef demo table at the14th and U Farmers Market this weekend.
  • Dogs in dirndls will descend on Dupont.
  • A spooky-scary comedy show materializes at the DC Arts Center tonight and tomorrow.
  • Six women gonna get real funny at the Velvet Lounge on U Street.

Stuff you should know:

Photo via Facebook/Taste of DC

by Tim Regan October 2, 2015 at 4:50 pm 0

Apples, photo courtesy of 14th and U Farmers Market

Hurricane? What hurricane? With wet — but probably not dangerous — weather on the way, this weekend might not be a total wash after all. Wait. I mean. It might be a wash, but you uh, you get it.

Anyway. Here’s a roundup of what to expect this weekend in and around the Borderstan coverage area:

Events

  • Adams Morgan PorchFest has been rescheduled.
  • 14th and U Farmers Market will be open and selling 20 varieties of apples, eight kinds of eggplants, seasonal squash and apple cider.
  • Meridian Pint Oktoberfest is still on, but it’s been moved indoors. Sorry, moon bounce aficionados.
  • Bentzen Ball continues with events across the city tonight, tomorrow and Sunday.
  • Like the Walking Dead? Well guess what: Actress Emily Kinney performs at U Street Music Hall on Sunday.
  • Funny people will read funny stuff at DC9 tonight.
  • Black Squirrel moved its pumpkin beer festival to next week.

Stuff you should know:

  • If you live in LeDroit Park or Bloomingdale, here’s where to get sandbags.
  • We are under a flood watch.
  • Howard University’s homecoming parade will shut down several roads near the university.
  • Metro’s Red Line will run every 20 minutes. Yellow will run every 24 minutes.

Photo via 14th and U Farmers Market Facebook page

by Borderstan.com June 28, 2013 at 1:00 pm 0

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Your weekend in Borderstan. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

Booze with the pros, a fro-yo-themed scavenger hunt, painting with your pet, and a vinyl extravaganza…consider your weekend sorted.

Friday, June 28

  • Chances are you were unaware that Suburbia has begun to dole out delicious frozen drinks, Tecate tallboys and more from an old-fashioned Airstream trailer parked right outside Union Market (1309 Fifth Street NE). Swing by The Washington Post’s Going Out Guide happy hour there tonight from 5 to 9 pm for discounted beverages and a quality hang.
  • Speak softly and carry a big drink at the gorgeous new Dupont restaurant Teddy & the Bully Bar (1200 19th Street NW), brought to you by the minds behind the popular downtown joint Lincoln. Did I mention they have a bar menu that includes a gin Rickey on tap?

Saturday, June 29

  • The feeling you get from giving back should be enough to motivate you, but it doesn’t hurt when it comes with the promise of free ice cream, either. Head to the The Farm at Walker Jones (131 L Street NW) at 1 pm to work in the community garden, then sample free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream from 4 to 6 pm at the community party immediately following. Just make sure to register in advance to save your spot.
  • Booze and frozen yogurt only taste better when you have to work for them, which is why Mr. Yogato’s (1515 17th Street NW) 5th birthday scavenger hunt is so intriguing. Registration for the hunt, which will be at locations around Dupont, starts at 6:30 pm, with drink specials at area bars afterwards.

Sunday, June 30

  • Follow in the footsteps of George W. Bush (hear me out) and paint a portrait of your dog today at the ArtJamz (1728 Connecticut Avenue NW) “Paint Your Pooch” event from noon to 2 pm. A $35 ticket gets you two hours of instruction, painting supplies, and a glass of wine, beer or tea. Best of all, furry friends are welcome.
  • Get your hands on a copy of this (or, you know, something else) today at the DC Record Fair – Summer Edition at Penn Social (801 E Street NW). Early bird admission between 11 am and noon is $5, and regular admission between noon and 5 pm is $2.

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by Borderstan.com June 21, 2013 at 12:00 pm 0

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A Borderstan Weekend. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

Well, we made it another week is ending and we are ready to take upon the weekend.

Friday, June 21

  • Will today be the best day of your life? Possibly, if you’re able to plant yourself at The Standard (1801 14th Street NW) early enough to partake in free beer courtesy of Thrillist. They’ll be footing the bill tonight as part of their “Greatest Day of Your Life” promotion.
  • Bike around under the full moon then eat some (free!) ice cream at the BicycleSPACE Summer Solstice Firefly Ride and Ice Cream Social, which kicks off at 8 pm at the shop (1019 7th Street NW). Be sure to RSVP in advance so they know how much delicious ice cream to buy.
  • Dress up in your best Stefon costume and go check out Seth Meyers (of SNL Weekend Update fame) live tonight at the Warner Theater (513 13th Street NW) at 8 pm. Tickets are $35.

Saturday, June 22

  • Here’s yet another reason to day-drink today: ticket sales from today’s DC Bourbon Bash bar crawl will benefit the Lead the Way Fund, an organization that supports Army Rangers, veterans and their families. Tickets are $55, which will get you eight bourbon pours at bars in Dupont, check-in is at 12 pm at either James Hoban’s (1 Dupont Circle NW) or Buffalo Billiards(1330 19th Stree NW).
  • Get your square-dance on (no, seriously) at The Great American Square Dance Revival tonight from 8:30 to 11:30 pm at St. Stephen & the Incarnation Episcopal Church (1525 Newton Street NW). Tickets are $5 at the door and you’re encouraged to bring your own drinks and snacks.

Sunday, June 23

  • It’s going to be a beautiful day today (probably… I’m writing this on a Thursday, so, you know, meteorological predictions and all that) which means it’s patio time. Check out Borderstan’s own guide to patios in the neighborhood, and the always-solid Bitches Who Brunch ratings of patio brunches to steer you in the right direction.
  • Be one of the first to check out The Sunshine District (2010 9th Street NW), a brand new live music/food/booze venue soft-opening on Saturday near the 9:30 Club.

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by Borderstan.com June 14, 2013 at 12:00 pm 0

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Your weekend in Borderstan. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

Friday, June 14:

  • If you haven’t seen Rear Window, you need to seriously re-think your life choices. Luckily, The Heurich House Museum (1307 New Hampshire Ave. NW) is holding free movie screenings in their courtyard on select Fridays this summer, and the Hitchcock classic is on this week’s roster. Gates open at 8 pm.
  • The folks at Brightest Young Things are throwing an after-hours bash at the National Geographic Society (1600 M St. NW) from 8 pm – 1 am. A $25 ticket will net you entry to exhibits, samples of punches from around the world, magic shows and more. It’ll be just like Night at the Museum, except, mercifully, with less Ben Stiller.

Saturday, June 15:

  • Grab a gin and tonic (on tap!) and ogle the cured meats at Mockingbird Hill (1843 7th St. NW), the homey new bar in Shaw from The Passenger’s Derek Brown.
  • Catch dance-y, new-wave rocker Twin Shadow at the Black Cat (1811 14th St. NW) tonight or you’re gonna regret it. Tickets are $20 and doors are at 9 pm.

Sunday, June 16:

  • There is a myriad of Father’s Day brunch options out there, but perhaps none more enticing than Italian stalwart Dino (3435 Connecticut Ave. NW) meat-tacular special menu, which features sirloin and eggs, along with their normal repertoire of eggs “san benedetto” (their twist on the classic benedict) and Nutella stuffed french toast.
  • Generally speaking, dads love competitive sporting events that will allow them claim they let you win when they inevitably lose. Ergo, mini-golf is the perfect Father’s Day activity. The National Building Museum’s (401 F St. NW) course is open today from 11 am – 5 pm, and it’s only $3 to play when you purchase museum admission (and $5 without), but ticket sales end at 3 pm, so get there early.
  • Or, if your dad is more of the strong and silent type, take him to see Superman in IMAX, then treat him to a beer or two (seriously, it’s the least you can do).

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by Borderstan.com June 7, 2013 at 12:00 pm 0

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Your weekend in Borderstan . (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

Superheroes, spandex, and speakeasies – sounds like a nice little weekend to me.

Friday, June 7

  • There are literally a bajillion things going on this weekend around town in honor of the annual Capital Pride celebration, so be sure to check their website for the full list of events. Here are two good ones to help you get things started:
  • Night Out for Trevor, a fundraiser for The Trevor Project at the Palomar Hotel (2121 P Street NW) is being held tonight at 7 pm. Tickets are $75 in advance and $85 at the door, and include an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction and more.
  • The SPANDEX superhero party sponsored by BYT is being thrown in the old Wonder Bread Factory (which is apparently a thing that exists at 641 S Street NW), and features a very special performance by Sharon Needles. The party starts at 9 pm, and tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 at the door.

Saturday, June 8

  • If you’re looking for a no-duh, always fun thing to do this afternoon, be sure to check out the Capital Pride Parade (with grand marshal Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter), which starts at 4:30 pm at 22nd & P Streets NW, and then travels through Dupont and up 14th Street NW, from P to R streets.
  • Nucky Thompson would approve of the Shaw Main Streets Roaring 20’s Bar Crawl, featuring stops at Bar7, The Passenger and other area watering holes. Check their website for full details and to get your tickets, which are $15.
  • If Friday’s spandex party left you wanting another excuse to wear neon, look no further than Policy (1904 14th St NW) which is hosting an “Electric Brunch” from noon to 4 pm today. The $50 entry fee includes bottomless drinks, delish food, BOOZE GELATO and a rye whiskey tasting, and all proceeds benefit local nonprofit DC Greens.

Sunday, June 9

  • Sample rare Israeli beer and wine and authentic Jewish cuisine today from 12 pm – 5 pm at Union Market (1309 5th St NE) during the [email protected] festival sponsored by the The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. Admission is free and there will be live music and other family-friendly events happening throughout the day.
  • Edward Cullen Ruined My Mother’s Love Life is just one of the 6 original 10-minute plays featured tonight in “Afterwards,” part of the annual Source Festival, which kicks off this weekend and runs throughout the month of June at the Source Theater (1835 14 St NW). Tickets for the 8 pm show are $20 or $15 for students and seniors.

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by Borderstan.com May 31, 2013 at 2:00 pm 0

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Your weekend in Borderstan. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

Congratulations! You made it through one of the longest short weeks of the year. Reward yourself with booze on wheels, free museums, and fried chicken.

Friday, May 31

  • You haven’t lived until you’ve sipped champagne out of a trailer. Veuve Clicquot’s airstream will help you cross this off your bucket list tonight when it’s parked outside the W Hotel (515 15th Street NW) from 5 to 10 pm.
  • It’s going to be HOT so if you prefer to stay inside tonight, I won’t blame you. Just make sure you have some delicious beverages on hand. The Post has a good run-down of not-so-difficult to make cocktail recipes from local bars in case you want to give Sam Adams the night off.

Saturday, June 1

  • Score free admission to Dupont and Kalorama’s best museums and hidden gems, including the Phillips Gallery, Dumbarton House, Heurich House and the Textile Museum, from 10 am to 4 pm today (and 1 to 5 pm Sunday) during the Dupont-Kalorama Museum Walk Weekend.
  • Get all the bikes, beer, and bands you can handle at The Yards Park (355 Water Street SE), which plays host to New Belgium brewing company’s traveling Tour de Fat from 11 am to 5 pm.

Sunday, June 2

  • Dupont’s GBD (1325 Connecticut Avenue NW) has been satiating the masses with their donuts and fried chicken for the past few months, and now they’re winning the brunch scene with their newly launched menu, featuring breakfast burritos, chicken and waffles, bottomless mimosas and rotating brunch punches.
  • Eat dogs and help dogs at Vinoteca (1940 11th St NW), which is hosting a special hot dog BBQ today from 3 to 8 pm benefiting City Dogs rescue.

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by Borderstan.com May 24, 2013 at 12:00 pm 0

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Borderstan Weekend. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

I know I’m not alone in saying HELLO, THREE-DAY WEEKEND. If you happen to be stickin’ around, you’re in luck, because there is a surplus of fun things going on.

Friday, May 24

  • Jazz! The free Jazz in the Garden series at the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden (7th Street and Constitution Avenue NW) marks the unofficial beginning of summer tonight from 5 pm – 8:30 pm
  • New food! Since the city (in theory) should be emptying out, try your luck at one of Borderstan’s bajillion new restaurants, like Ghibellina (1610 14th Street NW), Piola (2208 14th Street NW), or B Too (1324 14th Street NW).

Saturday, May 25

  • Bar Crawl! For charity, at a numer of Borderstan bars, kicking off at 4 pm at Tabaq (1336 U Street NW). Tickets are $15.
  • Nerd comedy! Chris Hardwick of NerdiSt fame hits the 9:30 Club (915 V Street NW) tonight at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $25.
  • Burlesque! NYC review “Burlesque-a-pades” comes to the Howard Theater (620 T Street NW) at 8 pm. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door.

Sunday, May 26

  • Crustaceans! Snag unlimited crabs and fixin’s from 12 pm – 5 pm at Policy (1904 14th Street NW). Tickets are $35.
  • Swimming! Adult Swim hosts its first party of the summer today starting at 11 am at the Capitol Skyline Hotel (10 I Street SW). RSVP and more info here.
  • Bar Games! Hinge sponsors an all-American BBQ at Jack Rose Tavern (2007 18th Street NW) from 6 pm – 10 pm, with BBQ, an open bar, matchmaking and more. Tickets are $48 in advance and $60 at the door.
  • Live music! Grab a picnic and head to the West Lawn of the Capitol for the free annual National Memorial Day Concert, from 8 pm – 9:30 pm. More info here.

Monday, May 27

  • Giving! Don’t forget what today’s all about. Consider giving back by volunteering, or donate to one of the many awesome organizations that serve our troops, veterans and their families, like the USO, Fisher House, Honor Flight and Companions for Heroes. 

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by Borderstan.com April 19, 2013 at 1:00 pm 0

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Your weekend in Borderstan. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.

It’s officially springtime in DC, which means that the cherry blossoms fanny-packed tourist hoards have descended upon us. Escape from them this weekend at one of these happenings, hand-picked with love, just for you, by me:

Friday, April 19

  • Cult of personality: 80s staple Living Colour headlines tonight’s early show at 6 pm at the 9:30 Club (815 V Street NW). Tickets are $25.
  • Strippers and raffles and contortionists, oh my: Get a little bit cray at Titled Torche’s burlesque and variety show tonight at the Black Cat (1811 14th Street NW). Tickets are $15 and doors open at 9 pm.

Saturday, April 20

  • Compete for a cause: Join in the charity bocce tournament (at Wallenberg Park near the National Mall) benefiting the nonprofit Move for Hunger. It’s $35 to register and things kick off at 11 am.
  • Nerd alert: DC finally got its very own comic and pop culture festival, Awesome Con, which makes its debut at the DC Convention Center (801 Mount Vernon Place NW) today and tomorrow. Tickets range from $15 to $75.
  • Show off your subtitle reading skills: Check out some of the best international films around at Filmfest DC, which closes tomorrow.
  • And, since it’s 4/20: Get your fill of pizza and beer tonight at Comet Ping Pong (5037 Connecticut Ave NW) which is hosting WONK N’ ROLL, an American University battle of the bands benefiting the local nonprofit the Free Minds Book Club. The show kicks off at 10 pm, and tickets are $10.

Sunday, April 21

  • Celebrate Earth Day: Hit up the grand opening of Glen’s Garden Market (2001 S Street NW), which will feature free snacks, coffee and more throughout the day
  • Greek out: Buy some delicious honey, olives and more at Zaytinya’s Agorá outdoor Greek bazaar, running from 11 am to 4 pm today (701 9th Street NW).
  • Brunch hard: Fight for a table outside at Borderstan’s epic new French bistro Le Diplomate (1601 14th Street NW).

Also…

If you’ve already given blood, you can help support the families most impacted by the tragedy in Boston by donating to charities like the One Fund Bostonthe fund set up by Boston-based company Technology Underwriting Greater Good (TUGG), and the Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services fund. Or consider giving to the Boston Children’s Hospital, which has set up a special marathon giving fund.

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by Borderstan.com February 22, 2013 at 2:00 pm 0

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Borderstan Weekend. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Rachel Nania. Check out her blog, Sear, Simmer & Stir. Follow Nania on Twitter @rnania, email her at rachel[AT]borderstan.com.

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, then look no further. We have your list of the food, music and cultural events going on in (and around) Borderstan February 22, 23 and 24.

Friday, February 22

  • Straight Up Go-Go featuring a performance by Rare Essence: Things might be dicy when it comes to the fate of the Lincoln’s management, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a show at the historic theatre. On Friday night, learn about the history of go-go through a comprehensive video that traces the history and influences of the go-go sound. Tickets are $15, the show starts at 8 pm. For more information, visit the website.
  • Who in the Whatnow?: Catch a variety show at 9th & Beats on Friday, February 22. The evening will be a combination of standup, sketch, improv, gameshow and “generally foolish elements.” Tickets are $10, the show starts at 8 pm. For more information, visit the website.
  • American Sign Language Open Mic at Busboys and Poets: Busboys and Poets at 14th and V streets NW will host American Sign Language users and viewers for a night of poetry, jokes and short skits. There is a $5 cover. The event starts at 11 pm.

Saturday, February 23

  • Open House at Garrison Elementary: Garrison’s last open house for the lottery season is Saturday, February 23 at 9 am. The program will last about an hour and will include a Q&A session with the school’s leaders and educators. For more information, visit Garrison’s Facebook page.
  • Psychedelic and Brazilian Funk at Tropicalia: The early show is still guaranteed to bring in the noise. The show starts at 8 pm and includes a Brazilian percussion and vocal group. For more information, visit the website.
  • The Prince and Michael Jackson Experience: Imagine if Prince and Michael Jackson were to throw a dance party. That’s what’s pretty much going to happen on Friday evening at the Howard Theatre. The dance party tribute will start at 11 pm. Tickets at the door are $15. For more information, visit the event’s webpage.

Sunday, February 24

  • Grab some brunch: Get your friends and start your day off with some eggs and a mimosa or two. Here are some favorite places the Borderstan contributors like to brunch.
  • Wandering Minds at Cause:  UDC Law Professor and author of “Why Jury Duty Matters: A Citizen’s Guide to Constitutional Action” Andrew Guthrie Ferguson will lead an interactive discussion titled, “Are We A Country of Half-Assed Citizens?: A Discussion on Civic Engagement in America” at Cause Philanthropub. The event will take place from 3-5 pm; tickets are $9 in advance, $12 at the door. For more information, visit the event’s website

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by Borderstan.com September 7, 2012 at 2:00 pm 0

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Borderstan Weekend. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Rachel Nania. Check out her blog, Sear, Simmer & Stir. Follow Nania on Twitter @rnania, email her at rachel[AT]borderstan.com.

Looking for something to do this weekend? Well, look no further. We have your list of the food, music and cultural events going on in Borderstan September 7th, 8th and 9th.

Local Events, Exhibits and Nightlife

  • MIXTAPE’s Fourth Anniversary Celebration at the Howard Theatre: DC’s monthly pop-up dance party, MIXTAPE, is celebrating its fourth year on the District scene with a dance party at the Howard Theatre (620 T Street NW) on Saturday, September 8. MIXTAPE is hosted by D.J.s Shea Van Horn and Matt Bailer, who play an eclectic mix of electro, alt-pop, indie rock, house, disco, new wave and anything else they think you can dance to. Doors open at 10:30 pm; admission is $10. For more information, visit the MIXTAPE website.
  • Dupont Underground Celebrates “Aboveground” at Eastern Market: On Friday, September 7, the Arts Coalition for the Dupont Underground (ACDU) will throw a party at Eastern Market with live music and drinks to support the artist-led nonprofit group. The party starts at 8 pm. Tickets range from $20 to $150, and can be purchased online. For more information, visit ACDU’s event website.
  • Conversations About Culture at the Congressional Black Caucus Jazz Forum: Twins Jazz (1344 U Street NW) will host Congressman John Conyers, Jr.’s annual Congressional Black Caucus Jazz Forum and Concert on Saturday, September 8 from 1 until 3 pm at Twins Jazz. Admission is free. For more information, call (202) 234-0072.
  • DC Shorts Film Festival: The ninth annual DC Shorts Film Festival kicks-off this weekend. This year’s festival will showcase 140 films from 27 nations throughout the 11-day event that covers a plethora of genres, styles and subjects in less than 20 minutes each. For more information on the films being showcased, and for tickets and times, visit the website at www.dcshorts.com.
  • Fourth Annual Green Living Expo: This year’s Green Living Expo will take place on Saturday, September 8 from 10 am until 4 pm in the courtyard at the University of the District of Columbia. The Green Living Expo is an all ages, free community event connecting conscious consumers to dozens of eco-friendly exhibitors. For more information, visit the website
  • Poetry in the Garden at the Textile Museum: The Textile Museum (2320 S Street NW) will host an evening of poetry on Sunday, September 9 from 5 until 8 pm (doors open at 4:30 pm). Poetry will be read by Dolores Kendrick, Dr. Joanne Gabbin, Myra Sklarew and the P.I.P. Poets. 
  • Neighborhood Farmers Markets: The Dupont Farmers Market will be in full-swing on Sunday from 8:30 am until 1 pm at 20th Street NW (between Massachusetts Avenue NW and Connecticut Avenue NW). The farmers market at 14th and U Streets NW will be open on Saturday from 9 am until 1 pm. 
  • DC Jazz Jam: The next Jazz Jam will take place September 9th from 6:30 until 9:30 pm at Dahlak Eritrean Restaurant (1771 U Street NW). This week features Oren Levine (keys), Mark Caruso (guitar), Michael Brandon (bass) and Will Stephens (drums). 
  • And coming up this week…. Mama’s Black Sheep Benefit Concert at MOVA Lounge: Wednesday, September 12 from 7 until 9 pm. This concert will help to raise money for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. Admission is free, but there is a $5 donation. For more information, visit http://www.movalounge.com. 

Live Music

DC9 (1940 9th Street NW)

  • Friday, September 7: Liberation Dance Party, 9 pm.
  • Sunday, September 9: The Suzan, Zambri, 8 pm.

Velvet Lounge (915 U Street NW)

  • Saturday, September 8: Kill Lincoln, Aspiga, Booze Riot, Broadcaster, 9 pm.
  • Sunday, September 9: The Sol Bandits, Ivy Rose, Man on Earth, 7:30 pm.

9:30 Club (815 V Street NW)

  • Saturday, September 8: Bob Mould, 7 pm.
  • Sunday, September 9: The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Psychic Paramount, Vandelles, 7 pm.

Black Cat (1811 14th Street NW)

  • Saturday, September 8: Mission of Burma, Purling Hiss, 9 pm.
  • Sunday, September 9: The Black Cat Anniversary Party, 8 pm.

The Howard Theatre (620 T Street NW)

  • Saturday, September 8: MIXTAPE, 10:30 pm.
  • Sunday, September 9: Sunday Gospel Brunch featuring the Harlem Gospel Choir, 1:30 pm.
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