Posts Tagged ‘Br’er’

This Week in Reviews

This week's reviews by City Paper's critics.

Arts Roundup: Something Spooky This Way Comes Edition

Plus: The Post's Alexandra Petri has been commissioned to write a play about D.C.

Arts Roundup: All Kindsa Girls Edition

Plus: Details on the new Landmark Theater's fancy bar.

Br’er Remembers a Murdered Trans Woman in “Chanel Divinity”

Heavily layered synths meet a bass and drums with a new electronic sound.

ToDo ToDay: Black Lips, Dinosaurs, and Tax Day Deals

The Black Lips are weird. Like, really, really weird. But they like it that way. Born in Atlanta, the band cranks out humid, twangy guitar rhythms best described as a cross between psychedelic and garage rock. One part punk-rock concert, one part exhibitionist free-for-fall, an average Black Lips show drips with angst and bodily fluids. [...]

ToDo ToDay: Jewish Stories, Pleasure Curses, and Fainting Goat

By the seventh night of Hanukkah, you might tire of spinning dreidels and eating latkes and chocolate gelt. So put the carbo-loading and gambling on hold and embrace that other Hanukkah tradition: storytelling. SpeakeasyDC returns to Sixth & I Historic Synagogue for the fifth iteration of “My So-Called Jewish Life,” in which seven area residents, [...]