Posts Tagged ‘Dupont Underground’

Tallying the D.C. Art Scene’s Recent Wins and Losses

Yays for Capital Fringe and the Monroe Street Arts Walk, nays for the Hirshhorn Bubble and the Corcoran

ToDo ToDay: Mount Eerie

The black basement of U Street Music Hall makes for a fine dance-music venue, but it’s not an atmosphere where you’d expect to find Phil Elverum, whose refracted indie folk channels the green, brown, and blue hues of the Pacific Northwest. But the former Microphones songwriter will be on the dance floor as Mount Eerie, [...]

Dupont Underground Volunteers Need $30 Million (and Insurance Benefits)

For Washingtonians craving a cutting-edge cultural arts and design space, some advice: Hang tight. Have faith. Go party.
The Arts Coalition for the Dupont Underground, a nonprofit group of artists, designers, architects, and business types, is hosting a fundraiser tonight in Eastern Market for the rehabilitation of Dupont Underground, the 75,000 square foot area underneath one [...]

A Movie Theater Under Dupont Circle?

From Housing Complex:
It's been more than a year since the public last heard from the folks who want to build out the Dupont Underground, the 100,000-square-foot space underneath Connecticut Avenue that was once used as a trolley tunnel. With so much silence from such an ambitious project, it's easy to worry that the thing might [...]

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