Shakers Brings Cocktails and Drag Story Hours to U Street

Daniel Honeycutt and Justin Parker debut Shakers, their new LGBTQ+ bar, on the crowded U Street corridor Thursday, July 20. The gathering place joins other queer bars around the one-block area, including Kiki, Nellies, and, the duo’s other bar, Dirty Goose. For Honeycutt and Parker, the more, the merrier. “I think [we’re] creating a kind […]
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Exploring DC: Fun Food Events in July

The weather might be steamy and unbearable these days, but there’s still plenty to look forward to this summer in DC’s culinary world. Here are some fun food events on our menu: Celebrate Romanian culture at The Wharf’s District Pier (101 District Sq., SW) with three days of Romanian food, Transylvanian folk music, spoken word […]
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Arlington Arts Center Changes Name to Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington

Arlington Arts Center Changes Name to Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington and Launches National Biennial Exhibition New name strengthens mission to enrich community life by connecting the public to contemporary art and artists Arlington Arts Center, the visual arts anchor in Arlington for nearly five decades, has changed its name to the Museum of Contemporary… Continue reading Arlington Arts Center Changes Name to Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington
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The Little Art Galleries That Could and Do

There’s no shortage of blockbusters coming to D.C.’s museums and galleries this fall. The Air and Space Museum will reopen on Oct. 14 following an extended construction project. The Rubell […]
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