Chris Klimek—boxing instructor and theater critic—opens this week's arts section with an essay exploring the recent surfeit of pugilism on D.C. stages. My colleagues and I ponder which D.C. chains will get into the concert business now that Sweetgreen's annual festival has gone big-time. Tricia Olszewski has a triply bad time at the movies; check [...]
Posts Tagged ‘The Sweater Set’
In this week's Washington City Paper (not yet online!), Steve Kolowich talks to local folk duo The Sweater Set about its new album Goldmine, whose song "Downstream" he admires quite a bit. The band, currently artists-residence at Strathmore, has a record release show at the Montgomery County arts center tonight, which is why it's important [...]
Maureen Andary is one half of the D.C. folk-pop duo The Sweater Set, and she appeared last week on our parking deck, despite harsh atmospheric conditions, with a couple of songs for voice, guitar, ukulele and—spoiler alert!—mouth trumpet.
Andary and her Sweater Set bandmate Sara Curtin are artists in residence at Strathmore this year, and have [...]