If you love are like me and love riding the $1 Circulator bus - or you wish they had a route that came through your neighborhood - a public input meeting for the Circulator bus system is being held tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. at MLK Library at 9 and G St, NW. I would personally love to see a crosstown connector line covering Cathedral/Glover Park - Cleveland Park/ Woodley Park - and Dupont Circle using Connecticut, Wisconsin and Mass as the main roads. It’s be great to have a line connecting upper Wisconsin Avenue to the rest of the city more easily.
Busboys and Poets 5th & K St, NW hosts author Jared Duval at 6:30pm as he discuesses and signs his book "Next Generation Democracy: What the Open-Source Revolution Means for Power, Politics, and Change," where he explores a new approach to solving complex problems through open source technology and new media that allows for individuals and diverse communities to easily become more engaged in our society.
If you can get up to the University of Maryland’s Clarice Smith Center for the Performing Arts tonight or tomorrow night at 7 p.m., local MFA participant and performer Anu Yadav will be performing in The Family Project, featuring original solo works from current MFA students based on explorations of the public and private sides of their individual family members.
Long before Busboys and Poets came to DC, U St was known as the home of Duke Ellington, as well as Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, and medical researcher Charles Drew. Learn more about rich culture and history of U Street over at Busboys and Poets at 14th & V St, NW as author Blair Ruble discusses and signs his new book, "Washington's U Street: A Biography" at 6:30 p.m.
If you can get down to the National Gallery of Art at 12:10 p.m, you can sit back and relax to the sounds of Beethoven, Schumann and others performed by pianist Juliana Osinchik, sopranoKate Egan and mezzo-soprano Marlene Bateman in the East Building Auditorium.
On the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, Brazil’s renowned Brazil’s renowned performer, composer, and producer Jair Oliveira fuses samba and bossa nova with soul, funk, and electronica from 6 to 7 p.m.