Sunday, October 16, 2011
PAST: Highlights Post - Film, Dance, Storytelling, Open Mic, Live Band Karaoke! All linked to facebook invites WED, Nov 16th
Here's a list of highlights for events happening tonight, organized by start time. Didn't have time to post each individually.
Wednesday, November 16th
Meet the Beijing Dance Company
7:00pm - 9:00pm
by donation, $5 - $10 suggestedCome meet the celebrated dancers of the Beijing Dance Company at The DC Center for a unique event especially for the LGBT Metro DC community! Suggested donation $5-$10.
1318 U Street NW
Metro: U St
8:00pm - 9:30pm
by donation, popcorn and refreshments provided
The Dhamma Brothers (2007, 76 min), by Jenny Phillips, Anne Marie Stein and Andrew Kukur. A documentary on inmates at a maximum security prison who are studying Vipassana meditation.
3222 11th St, NW - at Kenyon
Metro: Columbia Heights
Live Band Karaoke
8:00pm - 11:30pm
Northeast Corridor hosts live band karaoke every third Wednesday at Chief Ike's! Check out the song list here and start practicing. Get there on time to make sure you get the song of your choice - they only play each song once.
Chief Ike's Mambo Room
1725 Columbia Road in Adams Morgan
Metro: Take the 42 bus toward Mt Pleasant from downtown along Conn Ave or Dupont Circle to Ontaria Rd or take the metro Woodley Park or Columbia Heights and walk or take the Circulator bus to the stop closest to the SafewayBusboys and Poets
StorytellingStory League Story Contest 2: "Unsolved Mysteries"
9:00pm - 10:30pm
$10, get ticketsCash Prize of $100 for Best Story under 7 minutes! Judges include: * New York Times-bestselling author Carolyn Parkhurst (The Dogs of Babel, Lost and Found, The Nobodies Album) * Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Scott Higham (Finding Chandra: A True Washington Murder Mystery) * Spoken word and Performance artist Regie Cabico (HBO's Def Poetry). Hosted by SM Shrake (This American Life, The Moth slam winner).
14th & V St, NW
Metro: U St
9:00pm - 11:00pm$4 (passes sold beginning at 11am in the Global Exchange store on site)
Featuring Jabari Exum, actor, percussionist, emcee, poet... skilled percussionist in the West African and Latin traditions and is a prolific writer and performer in the world of Hip-Hop. Gowri K. hosts every third Wednesday of the month at 5th + K.
5th & K St, NW
Metro: Closest by Circulator bus to 5th & Mass Ave or walk from Gallery Pl or Mt Vernon Sq