After Sunday night's mayoral-candidate throwdown, we're back tonight for round 2 of Washington City Paper's 2014 Loose Lips debates. The Democratic candidates for an at-large seat on the D.C. Council will face off at 8 p.m. at the Black Cat at 1811 14th Street NW. So far, challengers Nate Bennett-Fleming, Pedro Rubio, and John Settles have confirmed [...]
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Lots of voters and nearly the entire mayoral field came out for last night's Washington City Paper debate at the Black Cat. But there's good news for Vince Gray and anyone else who couldn't make the forum—you can listen to it below.
If you want even more LL debate action, come back to the Black Cat Tuesday night [...]
There is only one reasonable way to cap off this, the craziest week of D.C. politics in recent memory: more D.C. politics.
On Sunday, Loose Lips and Washington City Paper are hosting a debate between D.C.'s Democratic candidates for mayor at the Black Cat on 14th Street NW. It'll be moderated by City Paper's Will Sommer, NBC4's Tom Sherwood, and [...]
On April 1, voters will head to the polls to choose nominees for every office from mayor to at-large member of the city's political parties. Which means it's time once again for the Washington City Paper-sponsored Loose Lips debates you know and love.
The details are still being firmed up, but mark your calendars for two at [...]
The special election for an at-large D.C. Council seat is barely a week away. Tonight, join Washington City Paper and your would-be leaders from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on the main stage at the Black Cat (1811 14th St. NW) for a debate.
Doors open at 7 p.m. The moderators will be LL Alan Suderman, NBC4's Tom [...]
There's a special election for an at-large D.C. Council seat (and a budget autonomy referendum) approaching April 23, and it's time for you to figure out who to vote for. What better way to do it than while listening to the candidates over a few drinks?
Join Washington City Paper and your would-be leaders on Monday, [...]
Looking for something to do tonight or a D.C. Council candidate to vote for in April 3's at-large Democratic primary? Then swing by the Black Cat for a Washington City Paper/WPFW debate!
Confirmed candidates are:
E. Gail Anderson Holness
Which is to say, all four of 'em. LL himself, Alan Suderman, will be joined as [...]