Posts Tagged ‘Black Cat’
Mia Zapata was no easy target. The Seattle punk rocker, the lead singer of the Gits in the early '90s, was a feminist force of nature with a ferocious scream and an abrasive, suffer-no-fools stage persona. She hung out with chicks who demanded to be heard, who relished making people uncomfortable, who took up space.
Here's a gem: Dischord has posted a recording of the last show performed by D.C. post-hardcore champs Black Eyes—which, to my amazement, took place 10 years ago at the Black Cat. I wasn't at this show, but I had seen them at the same venue before that, and yowza. Click play and wait five minutes—things start soft [...]
Area theater companies will mount numerous world premieres by women playwrights in 2015. [Post]
Woolly Mammoth, in concert with African Continuum Theatre, will stage six short plays inspired by the Travyon Martin case. [Post]
Black Cat staff craft a soundtrack for NSA spies. [Post]
General Motors Foundation gives $1 million to the National Museum of African American History [...]
Ex Hex, the D.C. trio featuring Mary Timony, Laura Harris, and Betsy Wright, has announced a slew of spring tour dates.
The stripped down rock band begins its tour March 5 at Black Cat. Ex Hex says it plans to release a 7-inch in the coming months, and a previous press release from Merge Records said the group expects to [...]
These days, elected officials aren’t the only puppets in town. For its latest exhibit, “Puppetry in America,” the National Museum of American History has gathered a variety of puppets spanning 160 years. Yes, America’s favorite fleecy amphibian makes an appearance. Read more >>> The exhibit is on view daily 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to March [...]
Macaulay Culkin's dumb pizza band will play Black Cat in March. [Post]
State Theatre robbed on New Year's Day. [WJLA]
Baltimore Museum of Art fights back against woman's claim to the stolen ("flea market") Renoir. [Post]
For Richard III, Folger Theatre will go in-the-round for the first time. [Post]
Former Smithsonian magazine editor Don Moser dies at age 81. [Post]
Virginia-based vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Margot MacDonald has toiled away in the D.C. music scene for over a decade. The fruits of that labor were evident at last night's impressively attended release party for first record since 2009, Canvas.
Performing with a full band (including guests Wytold, Derek Evry, and The Sweater Set), MacDonald's best moments were [...]
Today, the Howard Theatre announced a new partnership that could ramp up concert-booking competition in the already entertainment-saturated U Street NW corridor. Howard Theatre operator Blue Note Entertainment Group plans to team up with Philadelphia venue Electric Factory and "boutique" concert promotion group Bonfire—which books Electric Factory, among other Philly venues—in a move that positions [...]