Posts Tagged ‘Bethesda jazz club’

Bethesda Blues and Jazz Orchestra, Reviewed

Last week brought the opening of Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club, the new venue in the old Bethesda Theatre. Among the 500-seat venue's already varied bookings is its new resident Big Band, the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Orchestra, founded by pianist Larry Brown, the club's entertainment director, and led by tenor saxophonist and former [...]

Arts Roundup: Peak Bloom Edition

How Mingering Mike wound up in the Smithsonian [Post]
Local historian pens a history of Loudoun County African Americans who served in the Civil War. [Post]
Officials getting ready to predict the cherry blossoms' peak bloom time for the National Cherry Blossom Festival. [AP via WJLA]
The third annual (e)merge Art Fair now accepting applications. [Art 202]
Drunk History films [...]

Arts Roundup: Bjarke Ingels Edition

Smithsonian hires innovative architect Bjarke Ingels to redesign its campus [Washington Business Journal]
Smithsonian says even if sequestration slashes $40 million from its budget, museum doors will stay open [WTOP]
After weekend shooting, Police Chief Cathy Lanier shuts down 1920dc and Asefu's—which previously hosted small concerts [Post]
Rosa Parks statue unveiled today [WJLA]
A look inside Bethesda's new jazz/supper club [...]

Arts Roundup: Oscar Love Edition

D.C.-based filmmakers take home an Oscar for the best documentary short [DCist]
Kathleen Turner returns to Arena Stage for itts 2013-14 season [Post]
Ward 7 D.C. Council candidate Ron Moten on "Pump Me Up" at the Corcoran: "I’m a little sad and happy. Because this is D.C., what you see is the old D.C. Some good, some [...]

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