Posts Tagged ‘Kojo Nnamdi’

Arts Roundup: Weed Scene Edition

Plus: The new Jason Bourne film will shoot in D.C.

Arts Roundup: Fugazi and Chill Edition

Plus: Ta-Nehisi Coates goes on Kojo Show.

The Tempest! In! Space!

Ever heard an extraterrestrial speak in Shakespearean prose? Or a sentient computer in iambic pentameter? Thanks to WSC Avant Bard's occasional tradition of mounting the Bard's plays in Klingon, these aren't entirely—ahem—alien concepts to D.C. theatergoers.
The newest member of the local verse-and-Vulcans scene? Lean and Hungry Theater, which presents its newest radio play on WAMU-FM this Sunday [...]

Arts Roundup: Arctic Char Edition

New designs for the National Museum of the U.S. Army in Fort Belvoir, Va. [The Style Blog]
TV show not set in the District to be film in the District [NBC Washington]
Local music superfan Pat Walsh shares some favorite D.C. tunes with Danger Mike [Radio CPR Dissonance]
The film show at DCIFF whose name we dare not [...]

Does Go-Go Hurt Property Values?

Earlier this week, WAMU's DCentric blog interviewed me about my story about punk and go-go shows. In that piece, I reported that it took Eckington residents a year to shut down a punk venue, and just a week to quash a go-go show, as WAMU's Anne Hoffman nicely summarizes it.  And that conversation got me thinking: [...]

Far Out vs. Hot Dang, Vol. 27

Revolutions, natural disasters, scandals, irrepressible subcultures ... it's crazy out there, people! Far Out vs. Hot Dang has your back, though. Remember: IT'S ALL LOVE.

"It’s managed to stay classically and quintessentially yuppie!"
"douchebags, everywhere"

"Consider this installment of Fare Assessment our version of an Internal Affairs Bureau."
Marissa Payne / The Anti DC: "Kojo on NPR just now, [...]

Freestylin’ D.C.: More than Midterms Edition[\embed]
Here we go November! Here are some free events to start your month off, highlights from Free in DC.
Celebrate World Vegan Day at Busboys & Poets 5th & K NW with a panel of vegan-conscious entrepreneurs from various business backgrounds, including Doron Pertersan, founder of Sticky Fingers Bakery in Columbia Heights; and co-founder of [...]