Saturday, June 28, 2008

PAST: BOOK TALK: Today! Local Author & Director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, James Gordon, MD, SAT, June 28 at Politics & Prose, 6:00pm

Today at Politics and Prose Bookstore!

Saturday, June 28, 6 p.m.

JAMES S. GORDON

UNSTUCK (Penguin Press, $25.95)

James Gordon, M.D., founder and director of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine, and clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown Medical School, writes from his forty years of experience that depression signals a life that is out of balance. Eschewing anti-depressant medication, Dr. Gordon describes holistic practices, including nutritional supplements, exercise, psychotherapy, and meditation.

The bookstore is located at 5015 Connecticut Avenue, NW and is best reached by car or metro bus. See www.wmata.com for directions via metro.

http://www.politics-prose.com/

PAST: Today! DC Caribbean Carnival along Georgia Avenue! SAT, June 28th


DC Caribbean Carnival is annual Caribbean style parade staged along the Georgia Avenue corridor of Washington, DC. The parade kicks off the festival at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 28, 2008, and leads to an international marketplace called "DE SAVANNAH," featuring food, crafts and entertainment. Sunday June 29, 2008, the DC Caribbean Carnival will continue with live performances from local and international artists, food, craft and entertainment.


I've been before and I have to say it is quite fun to see all of the costumes, bands, dancers and more! It's like Mardi Gras meets Carnival DC Style! Be prepared for crowds, lots of walking and some heat!

Carnival site with complete details: http://www.dccaribbeancarnival.org/

Friday, June 27, 2008

PAST: Crafty Bastards is this SAT in Silver Spring! Should be a fabulous show! 10:00am - 5:00pm, Free

Crafty Bastards Silver Spring is almost here!

Saturday, June 28 from 10am-5pm

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center

8230 Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring, MD

Metro: Silver Spring, a short walk from there

Join City Paper at the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center Saturday, June 28 for our bi-annual indie craft shopping extravaganza. Shop for one-of-a-kind, handmade items from more than 70 vendors while enjoying a full day of entertainment, workshops, and local treats.

Bring your own T-shirt to screen during one of the workshops! Trade unwanted craft supplies at the Crafty Mutiny Supply Swap Booth! Rock out to local music on two stages!

And on a personal note... be sure to stop by my friend Jodi's booth when you are there! Booth #8 on the Vendor Map (pdf). Journals: www.myright2write.com/

For more information, and a complete list of vendors: http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/craftybastards/vendors/

How to get to Crafty: Directions to Pyramid Atlantic

PAST: Free Jazz in the Sculpture Garden every FRI night at the NGA

Here is a list for the rest of June and July:

Orquestra La Leyenda (Caribbean Jazz)
June 27 from 5:00 to 8:30
Joshua Bayer Quartet (Classic Jazz)
July 11 from 5:00 to 8:30
Nasar Abadey and SUPERNOVA (Modern Jazz)
July 18 from 5:00 to 8:30
Deanna Bogart Band (Boogie-Woogie Rhythm and Blues Jazz)
July 25 from 5:00 to 8:30

The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, located on the National Mall at 7th Street and Constitution Avenue NW, is bounded by Constitution Avenue and Madison Drive and by 7th and 9th Streets NW.

PAST: ART: "Girlish Ways" June 28th - July 6th Final Art Show at the Bobby Fisher Building, Free!


Girlish Ways: Final Art Show at the BOBBY FISHER!

The Next Generation of Female ((awesome)) female artists

Saturday, June 28th from 7:00pm - 10:00pm
At the Bobby Fisher Memorial Building
1644 North Capitol Street, NW

May be best reached by taxi or car
See www.wmata.com for metro access

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 28th, 7-10pm with live performance art and First Ladies DJ Collective/DC SoundClash
1644 North Capitol Street NW, Washington DC 20002
June 28th-July 6th
Open on Saturday and Sundays 12pm-5pm, and by appointment

The Bobby Fisher Memorial Building is pleased to announce the opening of Girlish Ways: The Next Generation of Female Artists, an exhibition examining how contemporary lifestyles effect and re-define the women of this generation. The exhibition recognizes exceptional female art students and graduates of BFA and MFA institutions around the United States and Canada. Girlish Ways uses a range of subtle and overtly post-feminist art to engage the viewer in this diverse generation of women artists. The exhibition consists of a multitude of media and a live performance on the opening night by Lauren Bender.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

PAST: FRI Night, June 27th, Darkwave DJ Dance Party! 21 and over, Free!

This Friday night at Wasteland, joining my friends DJ's Medusa and Strange is guest DJ, DJ wRonG, a veteran as it were, best known for a love of post-punk music and specifically, The Chameleons. Wasteland is held at Jimmy Valentine's, a cool little bar in Northeast DC. Goth/darkwave spun music all night long. For setlists from past editions of WASTELAND, check out the web site, link is below.

The next WASTELAND is Friday, June 27th
10 p.m. - close (usually VERY late, or VERY early, depending on how you look at it!) @ Jimmy Valentine's Lonely Hearts Club
1103 Bladensburg Road, N.E.
http://www.medusapromotions.com

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

PAST: Smithsonian Folk Life Festival is back! June 25th - 29th, July 2nd - 6th, Lots of Events, Dances and Music, all Free!




42nd Annual Smithsonian Folklife
Festival on the Mall!


June 25-June 29 and July 2-6
11:00 am to 5:30 pm daily
Evening events 6:00 pm



Free Festival on the Mall! June 25th - 29th & July 2nd - 6th. Link to the full schedule of events is below!


http://folklife.si.edu/festival/2008/schedule/Index.html

PAST: The Textile Museum Blue Exhibit! One of DC's lesser know museum is worth a look! Dupont Circle, Suggested Donation $5

BLUE explores the creation and meaning of the color blue on textiles produced across time and place, with particular emphasis on contemporary artists’ use of natural indigo dyes.

THE TEXTILE MUSEUM is located in Dupont Circle at 2320 S Street, NW.

Metro: Dupont Circle, Q St exit, about a five block walk from there at 23rd and S.

Hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm to 5:00pm

closed all Federal holidays and December 24

Admission: Free! Suggested donation is just $5 so please donate
if you are able to.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

PAST: Morning Kundalini Yoga classes offered TUES, July 1st - THURS the 3rd at 8:30am in Rockville, MD, Free!




Tuesday - Thursday July 1st - 3rd from 8:30 - 9:30 am
Sacred Space Yoga: 5624 Randolph Road Rockville, MD 20852 www.sacredspacerockville.com

Visit www.wmata.com to check for metro accessibility

PAST: POETRY: Reading and Workshop this THURS, June 26th with me, Amy Melrose, and Sue Vijh at HIDC, 11th & K St NW, Free

I'm buzzing still from my performance in NYC at The Cornelia Cafe Po ' Jazz event this past Thursday and I'll be performing again this Thursday night at our monthly poetry reading and workshop that is held at the fabulous Hostel located on 11th St, NW between Mass Ave and K St, NW. Starts at 7:30pm and runs til about 9:00. This poetry reading is free and open to all, though usually its hostel guests who attend from around the world, locals are invited as well! Come join me and Sue for a chill poetry reading in the lounge. Link to the hostel is below, nearest metro is metro center or you can take the circulator bus there.

NOTE: Summer is kicking in and that means less free stuff to post

DC tends to take a bit of a break in the summer so there's a bit less to post these days as you may have noticed, plus I've been doing some traveling myself. Please remember to search the keywords "ongoing" and "of note" in the search box to find out about other neat stuff to check out or to do!  

PAST: BOOK TALK: This WED at Borders, 18th & L St, NW, 6:30pm, Free

Wednesday at 6:30 at Borders at 18th & L St, NW

Ross Douthat & Reihan Salam discuss and sign copies of Grand New Party.


PAST: BOOK TALKS: This TUES, WED & THURS, June 24th - 26th at Politics & Prose, 7:00pm, Free

Free book talks this week at Politics and Prose!

Tuesday at 7:00pm

Barbara Ehrenreich discusses and signs copies of This Land Is Their Land.

Wednesday at 7:00pm

Shuja Nawaz discusses and signs copies of Crossed Swords.

Thursday at 7:00pm 

David Wroblewski discusses and signs copies of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle.

Politics and Prose is located at 5015 Connecticut Ave, NW and is best reached by car.

Metro: For metro directions, visit www.wmata.com and check the trip planner. There are a few buses that go right to the bookstore from the metro or downtown. 

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Monday, June 16, 2008

PAST: DRAWING: This TUES, June 17th, Dupont Circle Live Figure Drawing Group Meets

This Tuesday's drawing session will feature Michelle as the model. For more info about Dupont Drawing Group, contact Paul by phone at 202-841-0864 or email dupontdrawinggroup@gmail.com

http://paulreuther.com/ReutherHtmls/DupontDrawingGroup.htm

PAST: ART: Show Closing SAT, June 21st at Oneness Place in Silver Spring, MD 7:30pm - 9:30pm, Free


Saturday, June 21st from 7:30pm -9:30pm at Oneness Place



Oneness Place 
962 Wayne Ave, Suite B
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Metro: Silver Spring, just two blocks north on Wayne
Tel. (301) 608-1924
http://freecal.brownbearsw.com/oneness


PAST: Celtic Harp: SUN, June 22nd at the 11:00am service, Free

Sun, June 22, 2008 - Celtic Harp Service & How To Heal With Music Workshop afterwards

PAST: CONCERT: In Farragut Square Park THURS, June 19th at 5:00pm, Free

Rock band Crowded Streets perform at Farragut Square Park at 5:00pm this Thursday, June 19th as part of the summer concert series, Free. Conn & K St, NW. Metro: Farragut West or North


PAST: DANCE: This THURS, June 19th, at the Millenium Stage at the Kennedy Center, 6:00pm, Free

Free Dance Performance this THURS at The Kennedy Center Millenium Stage, 6:00pm - 7:00pm, the Nord/Noba Center for Dance Company performs a program of contemporary dance. 

Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage, 2700 F St. NW. Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the free Kennedy Center burgundy colored shuttle bus there. Bus runs every ten minutes or so and takes about 5 minutes.

PAST: BOOK TALKS: THURS, June 19th, 6:30pm & 7:00pm, Free

Book Talks this THURS, June 19th, Four to choose from, Free

6:30pm at Busboys and Poets, Chris Hedges & Laila Al-Arian discuss and sign copies of Collateral Damage: America's War Against Iraqi Civilians.Busboys and Poets is located at 14th & V St, NW Metro: U St 13th St exit

6:30pm at Borders 18th & L St, S.E. Cupp & Brett Joshpe discusses and sign copies of Why You're Wrong About the Right at Borders, 18th & L Sts. NW., (202) 466-4999. Metro: Farragut West or North

7:00pm at Olsson’s in Dupont, David Guterson discusses and signs copies of The Other, A Novel at Olsson's Books & Records, 1307 19th St. NW., (202) 785-1133. Metro: Dupont Circle South

7:00pm at Politics and Prose, Leonard Marcus discusses and signs copies of Minders of Make-Believe. Politics and Prose is located at 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW. (202) 364-1919. Metro: bus accessible from metro

PAST: POETRY: Unique Event at The Phillips Collection this THURS, June 19th at 6:30pm, Free!

This event sounds great! One of DC’s most recognized Poets, Ethelbert Miller, reads from works of poetry related to the Phillips Collection's exhibit, "The Great American Epic: Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series." This THURS, June 19th at 6:30pm, Free at The Phillips Collection, 1600 21st St. NW. Metro: Dupont Circle North Exit

PAST: BOOK TALKS: WED, June 18th at 6:00pm & 7:00pm, Free

Book Talks this WED, June 18th, Free 

6:00pm at Busboys and Poets, Bill Fletcher discusses and signs copies of Solidarity Divided: The Crisis in Organized Labor and a New Path Toward Social Justice. Busboys and Poets is located at the corner of 14th & V St, NW. Metro: U St

7:00pm at Politics and Prose, Johan Bruyneel discusses and signs copies of We Might As Well Win. Politics and Prose is located at  5015 Connecticut Ave. NW. Metro: bus accessible

PAST: BOOK TALKS: TUES, June 17th, 7:00pm, Free

All talks this TUES are at 7:00pm and are free.

Frances Kiernan discusses and signs copies of The Last Mrs. Astor: A New York Story at the Arts Club of Washington, 2017 I St. NW. (202) 331-7282. Metro: Foggy Bottom or Farragut West, also accessible by Metro bus & the Circulator

Mark Kurlansky discusses and signs copies of The Last Fish Tale, at Politics and Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave, NW. (202) 364-1919, Metro: bus accessible.

John Lukacs discusses and signs copies of Blood, Toil, Tears, and Sweat: The Dire Warning, at  Olsson's Books & Records1307 19th St. NW. (202) 785-1133.  Metro: Dupont Circle South 19th St exit, just past the Ben & Jerry’s.

PAST: POETRY in Rock Creek Park! TUES, June 17th at 7:30pm, Free

Kyle Dargan & David Keplinger read from their poetry in Rock Creek Park!

TUES, June 17th at 7:30pm, Free. Come to the Miller Cabin, Rock Creek Park, Picnic Area #6, Beach Drive at Military Road. (703) 820-8113.

See www.wmata.com for metro bus directions.

PAST: BOOK TALKS: Two Tonight, MON, June 16th, at 7:00pm, Free

Jonathan Miles discusses and signs copies of Dear American Airlines: A Novel. MON, June 16th at 7:00pm, Free, at Olsson's Books & Records 1307 19th St, NW. (202) 785-1133. Metro: Dupont Circle South Exit

George Will discusses and signs copies of One Man's America. MON, June 16th at 7:00pm, Free, at Politics and Prose 5015 Connecticut Ave, NW. (202) 364-1919. Metrobus accessible.

PAST: CONCERT: Tonight, MON June 16th, at the Millenium Stage, Kennedy Center, 6:00pm, Free

CHARLES BUBECK QUARTET


Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage,
2700 F St. NW., (202) 467-4600

PAST: TALK on Indonesia Tonight, MON, June 16th, at Koshland Science Museum, 6:00pm, Free

RAINFORESTS, HABITATS, AND ECONOMIES: A STORY OF RESTORATION IN INDONESIA,

lecture by soil microbiologist Willie Smits.
MON  June 16th at 6:30pm, Free

Marian Koshland Science Museum,
6th & E Sts. NW., (202) 334-1201.

PAST: MidCity Third Thursday Shopper Social this THURS, June 19th, 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Special discounts and more at MidCity stores along 14th St and the U St Area. For a list of stores and more info, go to www.mtpmainstreet.org

Friday, June 13, 2008

PAST: Celebrate Black History with Words this SAT in Alexandria, VA, 11:00am - 1:00pm, Free

Poets, Historians, Novelists and Playwrights congregate at the Alexandria Black History Museum this Saturday, June 14th from 11:00am - 1:00pm to read and discuss their work and influences. This event is free and open to all.

The Alexandria Black History Museum is located at 902 Wythe St in Alexandria, VA. For directions by public transit, see www.wmata.com and use the trip planner. For more information about the museum, you can call 703-838-4356 or visit www.alexblackhistory.org

PAST: Reminder: This is the final weekend for Art-o-Matic! Closes SUN, June 15th, Free

This is the final weekend for Art-o-Matic so be sure to come out before it closes on Sunday. For lists of bands, artists and performances, please see www.artomatic.org Metro: New York Ave

PAST: Post Secret Author Frank Warren at Art-o-Matic this FRI, June 13th, 7:00pm - 8:00pm, Free


PostSecret artist Frank Warren to sign books at Artomatic June 13th

Local artist Frank Warren, the talent behind the well-known PostSecret project, will be signing copies of his books at Artomatic.

Launched at Aromatic in November 2004, PostSecret is a community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard. About 200,000 secrets have been shared. PostSecret has attracted interest from around the world, and the project's Web site, www.PostSecret.com has been visited by millions.

Copies of one of Warren's best selling books, which contain images of some of the many postcards he has received, will be available for purchase during the Artomatic signing events. All proceeds from the book sales benefit Artomatic.

The PostSecret signings will take be held in the Artomatic's 11th floor store on:

  • Friday, June 13, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Visitors to Artomatic can also watch a video presentation of some of the PostSecret postcards Warren has received in the Artomatic Film and Video Theater, which is located on the ninth floor. The videos will be shown before and after the two book signings.



PAST: DC Capital Pride is this Weekend, Support & Celebrate with the LGBTQ Community! Events from June 13th - 15th


Celebrate the spectrum of sexuality this weekend with Capital Pride!

It doesn't matter what your orientation is, this event is open to all people on all spectrum of the sexual rainbow, including straight people who want to support personal sexual freedom! For complete details and schedule or events, see: http://www.capitalpride.org/

PAST: POETRY & FILM: Events at Busboys & Poets this Weekend, June 13th - 15th

FABULOUS Events at BUSBOYS & POETS this Weekend!


FRIDAY, June 13th:
POETRY at 11:00pm

Busboys and Poetry Presents The 11th Hour Poetry Slam. Click here for more information

SATURDAY, JUNE14th: FILM at 5:30pm

5:30pm - FILM, Blood and Oil: The Dangers & Consequences of America's Dependence on Foreign Petroleum, based on book by international security expert Michael T. Klare. Film followed by a discussion with Klare. Blood and Oil transcends political posturing and rhetoric to show how six decades of failed government policy have increased America's reliance on foreign oil and military force to meet its energy needs.

SUNDAY, June 15th: HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! POETRY at 4:00pm & FILM at 7:00pm

4pm - Sunday Kind of Love- Open Mic Poetry Celebrates LGBTQ Pride. Featured Poets: Regie Cabico, Cynthia Guardado, Sean Hanrahan, Natalie Illum. Hosted by Sarah Browning.
Click here for more information.

FILM at 7:00pm

FILM screening of Arna's Children. Followed by discussion with director. Click here for more information


Busboys is located at the corner of 14th and V St, NW

www.busboysandpoets.com

Metro: U St on the Green or Yellow Line, just 2 blocks walk

PAST: ART Opening at Art Whino SAT, June 21st at the new National Harbor in MD, Events from Noon - Midnight, Free!

Art Opening of "Ripple: Art Effecting Oceans" at Art Whino Gallery

Saturday, June 21st from Noon-5:00pm and 6:00pm - Midnight

National Harbor, MD, Art Whino announces: Ripple: Art Affecting Oceans.

California artist Erik Abel joins forces with Art Whino and DC Surfrider to celebrate International Surfing Day by holding an art show fundraiser on the banks of the Potomac River at Art Whino's NEW location.

Ripple will be an all day event kicking off at noon with live music, live painting by artist Erik Abel, and children’s and adult craft and environmental awareness activities. Activities and entertainment will be FREE and run until 5pm.

Then, at 6pm, Art Whino hosts the opening reception for the solo show of California artist Erik Abel, and featuring the work of 5 new Art Whino collaborative artists.

DC RESIDENTS!
We are working on securing a party boat to pick you guys up from GEORGETOWN to take you to the Harbor. The boat will have music and a bar! I will send a update as soon as its confirmed.

Join us at our new location in National Harbor, MD:
173 Waterfront St.
National Harbor, MD 20745
www.artwhino.com

PAST: Art & Music at Artery 717, FRI June 20th, 7:00pm - 11:00pm, Free

Group Art Show & Live Music, FRI June 20th from 7:00pm – 11:00pm, Free!

This is a great space! Hope you might be able to make it out! If you do, you'll be able to check out live portrait painting by Emma O’Rourke of the Corcoran College, Auctioned work benefiting Children’s Hospital Foundation and Live Music by Girl Loves Distortion and ELQUI.

Artery 717 is more than an art gallery. It is more than a venue. It is movement. It is a place where ideas and actions are nurtured for the common good and where creatives gather to stimulate, agitate, articulate and generate. It is a conduit for global change. Artery 717 is pumping life into the underground art scene and partnering with humanitarian causes worldwide.

Artery 717 is located in Old Town Alexandria, VA at
717 N. St Asaph St

www.artery717.com

www.myspace.com/artery717

PAST: POETRY Open Mic in Dupont, this MON, June 16th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm, GPI is back! Free

DC Guerrilla Poetry Insurgency Open Mic is back!

Monday, June 16th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm in Dupont Circle by the fountain. Come to listen or to speak out! Slamming poets and the musical stylings of vishal kanwar on live tablas!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

PAST: Live Outdoor Concert this THURS at 5:00pm at Farragut Square, Free

LIVE CONCERT this THURS at 5:00pm at Farragut Square Park!

Free Outdoor Concert Downtown at Farragut Square with the Kelly Bell Band. Farragut Square Park is located between the Farragut West and Farragut North Metro Stations at K St. & Connecticut Ave, NW.

PAST: BOOK TALKS: This THURS, June 12th, Free

Book Talks this THURS, June 12th, Free

6:30pm, Derek Chollet & Jim Goldgeier discuss and sign copies of American Between the Wars.

Borders, 18th & L St, NW. (202) 466-4999.

7:00pm, Andre Dubus III discusses and signs copies of The Garden of Last Days.

Politics and Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave, NW (202) 364-1919.

PAST: BOOK TALKS: WED, June 11th, Free

All Book Talks WED, June 11th

7:00pm, Theodore Hamm discusses and signs copies of The New Blue Media: How Michael Moore, Moveon.Org, Jon Stewart and Company Are Transforming Progressive Politics.

Olsson's Books & Records in Dupont Circle, 1307 19th St, NW. Metro: Dupont Circle, South exit on 19th St.

7:00pm, Roxana Robinson discusses and signs copies of Cost.

Politics and Prose,
5015 Connecticut Ave, NW. Best reached by bus or car. (202) 364-1919.

7:15pm, Paul Roberts discusses and signs copies of The End of Food; sponsored by Politics and Prose.

Washington Ethical Society, 7750 16th St, NW. Best reached by the S2 or S4 bus along 16th St. (202) 364-1919.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

PAST: Live Music: This TUES, June 10th at DC9, Great Bands Playing, including my friends from Mother! 9:00pm, $10

My friend's band, Mother, opens this TUES, June 10th, for Bear in Heaven along with Tiger & the Snow at DC9. They go on first so if you can get there at 9:00pm, you will be in for a super show!


DC9 is located at 9th and U St, NW at 1940 9th St. Metro: U St Tickets to the show are $10. I believe this is a 21 and up show. http://www.dcnine.com

PAST: POETRY: This SUN, June 8th, Monthly Poetry Series at Iota in Clarendon, VA, 6:00pm. Free

John Hoppenthaler & Shannon Brown read from their work; in conjunction with the "Iota Poetry Series." Sun., June 8th at 6:00pm, Free. Iota Club & Café is located at 2832 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA, just a few blocks from the Clarendon Metro Station near the Whole Foods. (703) 256-9275.


PAST: BOOK TALK: This SUN, June 8th at Politics & Prose, 1:00pm, Free

Sunday at 1:00pm, Deborah Weisgall discusses and signs copies of The World Before Her.

Politics and Prose is located at 5015 Connecticut Ave, NW and is best reached by car or bus.

PAST: BOOK TALKS: This SAT, June 7th, at Politics & Prose, 1:00 & 6:00, Free

This Saturday at Politics and Prose...

1:00pm, Ahmed Rashid discusses and signs copies of Descent Into Chaos.

6:00pm, David Michaels discusses and signs copies of Doubt Is Their Product.

Politics and Prose is located at 5015 Connecticut Ave, NW and is best reached by car or bus.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

PAST: Free Swing Bands every THURS June 12th - August 14th, part of Silver Spring, MD Summer Concert Series, 7:00pm Outdoors, Free

"Silver Spring Swings" every Thursday night, June 12th - August 14th at 7:00pm, Free!

Every week, a different outdoor concert in the heart of downtown Silver Spring, MD at the outdoor shopping area Silver Plaza locateda abetween Georgia Ave & Fenton.

Metro to Silver Spring or take S2 or S4 bus from 16th St straight to Silver Spring Metro Station.

http://www.silverspringdowntown.com/

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

REMINDER: Please see all of the Archives for more events!

Please see all of the Archives to search for ONGOING events!

PAST: TONIGHT! WAMU Talk Show Live at All Souls "Religion and the 2008 Election" WED, June 4th, 7:00 - 9:00pm, Free!

Religion and the 2008 Election

What role has religion actually played in the campaign thus far? What is the appropriate role of religion in US elections? Join host Rev. Robert M. Hardies, moderator Maureen Fiedler, and a diverse panel representing views across the religious-political landscape for a taping of a fascinating conversation for WAMU's Interfaith Voices. Wednesday, June 4, 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Click here for a fuller program.

All Souls is located at the corner of 16th and Harvard St, NW, close to 16th and Columbia Rd, NW. You can take the S2 or S4 bus there or walk from Columbia Heights Metro.


PAST: Reminder: DC monthly Traveler's Circle meets Tonight! WED, June 4th, 6:30pm - 10:00pm, Free

DC Traveler's Circle (tc). tc meets tonight, Wed, June 4th!

It's casual, from 6:30-10pm (show up/leave whenever).
Meet at the Kabab House at 1108 K Street, NW, between 11th & 12th St, NW 3 blocks north of Metro Center.

This month's tc will be run by Mark, and perhaps by visiting journalist Ray. Who is visiting journalist Ray? Check out his website: http://www.raymondthibodeaux.com/ You'll be glad you did. Mark's site is: http://www.chimp-n-sea.org/