Posts Tagged ‘Music’

D.C. Government to Festival-Goers: Don’t Trash Kingman Island

Festival trying to divert 80 percent of waste

Sorry, D.C.: Beyoncé’s Not Coming Here for ‘Formation’ World Tour

But that doesn't mean you can't see her.

D.C. Federal Judge Cites Own Drake, Eminem Fandom in Court Opinion

"The court has listened to hip hop for decades."

Local Nightclubs and Bars Wrangle With Residents Over Anti-Noise Regulations

A bill before the D.C. Council would require outdoor and rooftop establishments to kill their music by midnight.

District Line Daily: What a Year

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Decades from now, our descendants will think about 2012 and wonder: What did Kwame Brown mean [...]

George Washington University’s “Gangnam Style” Parody: Surprisingly Creepy

Against all odds, George Washington University students have managed to create a "Gangnam Style" parody that doesn't irritate. The stars here are the university's hippo and mascot George Washington, who plays the role of "Gangnam Style" mastermind Psy.
Washington's the real standout here, despite (or because of?) an uncomfortably emotionless performance. Whether he's dodging trash or standing [...]

Photo: Tie-Dye Shirt

Saint Stephen's Church, January 20

Photo: Ian MacKaye’s Hat

Fort Reno, July 28

At Last: The D.C. Complaints Choir

It started in Helsinki. It swept Europe. And now, thanks to Voices of Washington, it's here.

Photo: Polysics or Die!!!

Polysics played the final night of their U.S. tour, Feb. 16 at the Rock and Roll Hotel.  Kayo, 2nd from right, will retire from Polysics in March.  The Polysics will return, after an indefinite hiatus, as a trio.  Check out Polysics on myspace and listen to the song Young OH! OH! or Electric Surfin' Go Go.

Saturday, In The Back Room

Postcards From Home: Film and Paper Archive

Concert, 1996

Morning Roundup: Big 3 Out in the Cold

-According to WaPo, GM, Chrysler, and Ford are begging lawmakers–that's what it's come down to. ""There is no plan B," said Fritz Henderson, GM's president and chief operating officer."
-DCist had the scoop on the redesigned 9:30 Club website. But don't take their word for it, check it out for yourselves and tell us what you [...]