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Backwards-looking sentimentality is anti-punk as anything.
“The legacy of Black Flag is that the band didn’t finish well because of the activities of the last 25 months.”
Henry Rollins tells a story of a former D.C. punk gone down a dismal path. [LA Weekly]
How did this white Jewish guy in Fairfax amass one of the country's largest private collections of African American historical artifacts? [Post]
If you run a theater company in D.C., what are your venue options? [Post]
Awesome Con D.C. starts a [...]
What one music geek hears as a cathartic, passionate roar can be another’s off-key temper tantrum. Take local punk band Priests. The D.C. combo’s noisy sound is anchored by singer Katie Greer’s sociopolitical rants and sing-song wailing. Greer, also a member of Ian Svenonius’ Chain & the Gang, yells about consumerism in “Radiation” and Air [...]
Sunday night's "D.C Funk-Punk Throwback Jam," one of the nostalgic events tied to the opening of the new Corcoran exhibit "Pump Me Up: D.C. Subculture of the 1980s," drew a crowd as diverse as the lineup. Young and old fans of local go-go and punk from D.C.'s '80s packed the 9:30 Club for more than [...]
Pump Me Up Opening, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Feb. 22nd.
For once, you don’t have to trek to National Harbor to see world-class circus performers: The Intersections Festival is bringing an evening of big-tent entertainment to the Atlas Performing Arts Center on H Street NE. The center ring event, “Magic in the Air,” will showcase local acrobats twisting in silks and spinning in suspended hoops, [...]
Through its streetcar days, its riots, its crack epidemic, and its many-flavored scandals, Washington has remained a town of hoary legends. Men’s names, etched into marble; dead generals astride horses, gazing stonily into rush-hour traffic—for generations, these cold and glory-drunk statues have passed as public art in the District. Ask a passerby to connect a [...]
The day before the Corcoran unveils "Pump Me Up," its retrospective on D.C.'s punk and go-go subcultures in the 1980s, the gallery plans to host a soirée with curator Roger Gastman and guest DJ Henry Rollins. The party takes place Feb. 22 at the gallery's Beaux-Arts building on 17th Street NW.
"Pump Me Up" will take a [...]