Posts Tagged ‘Katie Alice Greer’
I hope the members of Priests buy their PR rep a round of drinks tonight—today saw a monster boost in the buzz around the band's soon-to-be-released freshman EP. A full profile ran in this morning's Washington Post, just a few hours before All Songs Considered debuted "Doctor," a track from the upcoming Bodies and Control and Money and Power. Besides the fact [...]
D.C.'s resident renaissance man of punk Ian Svenonius is wrapping up a busy year with an even busier weekend ahead: His band Chain & the Gang plans to play some songs from its upcoming album at Comet Ping Pong Friday, and his new film What Is a Group? premieres Saturday night at Meeps in Adams [...]
Today, Washington City Paper debuted its first People Issue, a special edition of the paper dedicated to the folks who help make life in D.C. the creative, noisy, well-fed, funny, drunk, vibrant, (occasionally) nude, and ever-changing place it is.
We talked to a whole bunch of notable folks in the art world, all of whom you [...]
Last night's (e)merge opening wasn't the only art-fair kickoff party happening in D.C. That fair has spawned a couple of satellites, both of which enjoyed Thursday night opening events and will continue throughout the weekend. But not without some contention: Now, as it happens, the satellites are launching satellites.
The No Kings Collective has launched Submerge, [...]