Nine to Five captures the workaday gloom of Golden Triangle, and AdMo should show pizza-themed flicks.
Posts Tagged ‘NoMa Summer Screen’
Al Green cancels his appearance at the White House's "Memphis Soul" concert, citing back injury. This isn't the first time the soul legend has bailed on the Obamas. [Post]
... but Justin Timberlake still made it. [Post]
After more than seven years on the job, Rep Stage's artistic director steps down. [Post]
NoMa Summer Screen schedule announced. [Frozen [...]
For most D.C. residents, the Potomac River is the lazy body of water that’s a little less smelly than the Anacostia, or at least clean enough to float rafts of party boats on summer Saturdays. For a history geek like Garrett Peck, who lives in Arlington, it’s the story of America: Invading armies had to [...]
Armed with her firsthand experiences as a woman in the punk scene and camera equipment borrowed from her day job, D.C. filmmaker Amy Oden began shooting the interviews that would compose From the Back of the Room in 2007. It took four years of blood, sweat, and fundraising to produce the film that will gets its [...]
Your next seven days should be filled with laughter. The following could help.
Friday, July 1: Pearl and the Beard at The Red Palace
There’s a really good stand up show at the State Theatre for only $5 that features some of D.C.’s finest, and on most nights, it would get this space, but Pearl and the [...]
Good morning, everyone. Today's forecast calls for clear skies and a high of 95 degrees–appropriate for Groundhog Day, at NoMa's Summer Screen tonight, no? The weatherman's not the only one living the same day, over and over again.
In case you missed it, our own Jon Fischer gave some modest advice for Taffety Punk Theatre Company [...]
The third annual NoMa Summer Screen is back tonight, offering moviegoers the chance to see old favorites in the ambient setting of the great outdoors. The theme of this year's offerings is The Future Is Now, so expect to see films with sci-fi or supernatural elements: Tonight's movie is Spaceballs, and future selections include Back to [...]
While Screen on the Green hangs in limbo, head to a slightly smaller green in D.C.'s northeast quadrant for some barbeque, dance jams by Fatback, and a summer full of rock docs. Tonight, the NoMa (north of Massachusetts Avenue) Business Improvement District hosts Martin Scorsese's 2005 film No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, the first in [...]