Posts Tagged ‘Lady Gaga’

Lady Gaga Poses With Industry Gallery’s “Binary Chair”

Lady Gaga loves H Street NE. A few years back, she stopped by Bikram Yoga Capitol Hill after playing a show at the Verizon Center the previous night. Now she's collaborating with H Street neighbor Industry Gallery for the promo art on her latest single, which comes out Aug. 19.
In the image (which is also [...]

Arts Roundup: Obama Jam Edition

D.C. street vendor Royal Height crafts an awesomely retro brainsticker of an Obama anthem, but worries it's losing relevance. [Post]
Phil Kennicott: High culture in America hasn't always been restricted to balls, high-society functions, and presidential inaugurations. [Post]
Kennedy Center makes accommodations to kids with autism. [Post]
Saturday night on U Street: largely apolitical, says Fritz Hahn. [Post]
Constellation [...]

Vitamin AOM: Donna McCullough’s Wearwell

In which our art critics highlight their favorite works on view at Artomatic
Fairly or unfairly, Artomatic gets a lot of flak for its wealth of insipid, wretched painting; year after year, meanwhile, it's often the artists who ignore the paintbrush that make the experience so enjoyable. Donna McCullough has a series of dresses on the [...]

Arts Roundup: Wax Statue Edition

Signature's Hairspray wins big at the Helen Hayes Awards [Post]
Former MTV VJ Kennedy grills Marion Barry on his anti-Asian comments [DCist]
Adrian Loving will DJ the White House Correspondents Dinner pre-party and after-party. [Adrian Loving]
Did someone offer you a free book at a Metro station yesterday evening? If so, it was probably 'cause of World Book [...]

Far Out vs. Hot Dang, Vol. 25

If Far Out vs. Hot Dang had an awards show, people would get up from their seats, walk to the stage, and give awards to Far Out vs. Hot Dang. Because landing on our Twitter list is easily as good as an Oscar, and we expect some kind of quid pro quo for that shit. [...]

Valentine’s Weekend Suggestion: Homo/Sonic, Where the Alt. Gays Get Their Alt. Groove On

If you’re looking to get your same-sex loving ass on the dance floor, but you want more to dance to than just Madonna remixes, The New Gay may be able to help. The site's infamous Homo/Sonic dance party covers more than just the latest house hits and chart-toppers; the all-ages, queer-centric DJ night covers tail-shaking [...]

A Quick Reading of WaPo’s “The Capital’s Personal Bests”

As much fun as it is to ask Washington's power elite about their cultural tastes at the end of every year, our elected officials rarely stray from safe, vanilla choices. Though President Barack Obama once called The Wire his favorite TV show—even singling out Omar Little as his favorite character—he often cites SportsCenter as his [...]

The Rally to Double Museum Attendance!

Bored by the home-made signs, disappointed that I could barely see and hear what was going on onstage, and hoping to escape the crush of the crowd, I wandered into the west building of the National Gallery of Art on Saturday, where I wasn't the only person who'd come to the National Mall for the [...]

In Mount Pleasant, Halloween is a Drag on Hobart Street

Every Halloween night for the past seven years, Tom Burkhardt, 61, and his partner, Steven Dunn, 55, with the help and participation of fellow Hobart Street residents in Mount Pleasant, have put on a drag show on the porch roof of their row house. Kids and adults alike gather in the street to watch the 7 [...]

Far Out vs. Hot Dang, Vol. 10

This weekly assemblage is now a decagon in the aggregate, yet it retains the general shape of Week 1, in which we told you that on one side are "the deep thoughts, the innovations, the reflections, the revelations, the oddballs and the acid trips" and on the other side are "the conflicts, the punchlines, the [...]