Posts Tagged ‘Smash Records’

Record Store Day: Which D.C. Area Stores Are Selling What?

As usual, several record stores in D.C. plan to participate in Record Store Day this Saturday, and we've got the goods on what local shops have planned for this year's spring edition. (For your reference, here's the official list of every April 2013 Record Store Day release.)
Update, 8 p.m.: We finally have info on what Crooked Beat [...]

New Rules Coming Soon for Used Record and Book Stores (But Not Every Shop’s Happy)

The District's Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs will propose several changes to the licensing rules that govern shops selling used goods—which might be welcome news for some of the businesses that DCRA and the Metropolitan Police Department cracked down on in April. Eric Rogers, the agency's acting business licensing administrator, announced the changes today [...]

City Paper Punk Cred: Intact

Washington City Paper has taken a few hits in recent years—bankruptcy and a high-profile lawsuit, among them—but at least we're still punk as fuck.
Or, someone seems to think we are. City Paper Circulation Manager Molly McGinley spotted this HxC flyer at the Black Cat Monday night and kindly passed it along to Arts Desk. Word on the [...]

In Which Record Store Day 2011 Will Be Pretty Low-Key

It'd be too easy to copy and paste our coverage from last year of what local record labels said they'd be doing in celebration of the yearly Record Store Day, which falls this year on this coming Saturday, April 16.
In that post, we reported that while some D.C. record labels appreciate Record Store Day, they didn't [...]

Celebrate MLK Day About A Million Ways

Thirty-eight percent of workers in D.C. are government employees–which means there are a whole lot of people who are going to have spare time on their hands this Monday, which is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. If you're among these lucky many, and you're looking for ways to celebrate King, you've got plenty of options.

King’s [...]

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