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Posts Tagged ‘Busboys and Poets’
Video-game sounds provide inspiration for tonight's concerts.
If you haven’t yet seen the controversial play that made its English-language debut at Theater J in March and raised the ire of local pro-Israel activists, here’s your last chance. After a sold-out “workshop” run at Theater J and a 22-show extension produced by Busboys and Poets at the Studio Theatre, The Admission is staging [...]
After a 16-show run at the D.C. Jewish Community Center's Theater J, The Admission will return to the stage—this time at Studio Theatre's Mead Theatre, sponsored by Busboys and Poets.
According to a press release, the play, which confronts an alleged Israeli massacre of Palestinians in 1948, will be produced by Busboys proprietor (and ex-mayoral hopeful) Andy Shallal [...]
The Story League wants you to share. Every month the local group stages a contest, open to anyone, centered on a theme. Veterans and newcomers try to wow a panel of three judges with tales designed to enthrall and entertain.
Of course, it doesn't always work out that way. Storytelling is an age-old practice, and it [...]
It’s time again for FotoWeek DC, the week-long festival of photography that began in 2008. It kicks off with a launch party tomorrow night and runs through Nov. 12.
We’ve already reviewed a number of the exhibits. One of the others that's already open to the public is “Ocean Soul, Photographs by Brian Skerry” at the [...]
Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Christylez Bacon is a mainstay around these parts, and tonight he'll be singing for a good cause alongside some very expensive water bottles. Confused? Keep reading.
Bacon performs tonight at Busboys & Poets along with WPGC's Justine Love, who will host, and keynote speaker professor Greg Carr, of Howard University's African-American Studies department. The event [...]
Happy rainy Thursday! Hope these free events from Free in DC help to brighten your day–and the weekend ahead!
Swing by Busboys and Poets at 14th & V NW for the opening of Derek Brown's photo exhibit, "Imagining the Muslim World", from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Greater Goods, at 1626 U St. NW, hosts a Green Living Workshop on "15 [...]
Editorial cartoonist Ted Rall used to appear regularly in the City Paper’s pages, but in recent years he’s expanded beyond "just" being an "alternative" cartoonist. He writes a weekly syndicated editorial, just returned from Afghanistan where he was practicing cartoon journalism (with cartoonists Matt Bors and Steven Cloud), and has a new prose book, The [...]