Posts Tagged ‘Free’

Arts Roundup: Sitting in the Waiting Room Edition

Kennedy Center launches an online waiting room for Book of Mormon tix, and there has never been a better time for a Fugazi/Kennedy Center mashup. [Post]
Sequestration would force the National Gallery of Art to slash its hours. [Post]
Free leaves WPGC. [Twitter]
For what it's worth, Pete Seeger thinks Alexandria's waterfront shouldn't be modernized. [Del Ray Patch]
Listen to a [...]

Phillips Collection Reopens Tomorrow, Offers Free Admission Through September

Museum Waives Admission Fees Through September 2010
Washington, D.C. — The Phillips Collection reopens Saturday, September 4 after closing due to a renovation-related fire on the roof of the Phillips House. The Phillips House will remain closed for repairs until further notice. All other galleries will open, including those where special exhibitions Pousette-Dart: Predominantly White Paintings [...]

Kickin’ Up a Storm for Two Years Runnin': A Kicks! Q&A

For starters, we’re aware that the image to the right isn't a photograph of the DJs behind Kicks!, the dance party that celebrates its two-year anniversary backstage tonight at the Black Cat. But Kim Klinger (left) and Sara Rycroft just insisted—insisted!—that we use this adorable portrait drawn by their buddy, DJ Denman Anderson. And who [...]

Vandaveer @ Millennium Stage Tonight

D.C.-based folky Vandaveer–who just released his new album, Divide & Conquer–will be performing a free show tonight over at Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage.
All Our Noise recently shot this footage of him performing a couple of songs at Comet Ping Pong:

Bite Sized Sets At Comet: Vandaveer from All Our Noise on Vimeo.
Kennedy Center Millennium Stage
2700 F [...]

Let’s French Is Giving It Away

Local power-pop band Let's French called it quits way back in August of '07, so it's very possible that every single one of its fans has quit moved the 'burbs, gone to grad school, or fled DC for Brooklyn.
But wherever they've gone, Let's French is willing to reach out to them. Just in case you [...]

Pontytail for FREE @ American University Saturday

That's right. Experimental indie poppers Ponytail headline a free show with Screaming Females and locals Mittenfields Saturday night at AU's Kay Spiritual Life Center as part of WVAU's Capitol Punishment series.

My Dad is Dead is Free

After Cherkis' dual posts on wintry music (here and here) I started thinking a little more about my own cold, gray, somber seasonal preferences. Among these is
My Dad is Dead, a long term solo project by singer/songwriter Mark Edwards that's been putting out records since around 1984. Although I wouldn't really chalk MDID's records up [...]