WHUR’s Tis taping her first TV show this evening at the Carlyle Club:
Echo Tuesdays @ Lotus | Sexy Meets Sushi – Omega Psi Phi Anniversary Affair
EYEBAR 1716 I Street NW DC
XO, K-Beta, Kingpen Slim and Angel Lola Monroe will be performing LiVE!!!
FREE BELVEDERE DRINKS 9:30pm-11pmFREE ADMISSION ALL NIGHT 9pm- 2am
Music by DJ ALIZAY, DJ ANALYZE, & DJ GIFTED SON
DRESS TO IMPRESS NO ATHLETIC WEAR
5:30pm – 7:30pm
AnWaa Kong Birthday Extravaganza. OPEN BAR 10-11p. Reserve Wednesdays
*The Soulcialite will make an appearance.
x. Wed Nov. 18th 2009
x. the Reserve Wine Bar & Lounge
[DC’s Newest Upscale Venue]
x. 1426 L St. NW
x. Complimentary Admission All Night w. RSVP
Tabaq Bistro (basement)
21+, no cover
PRESENTED BY CROWN ROYAL
The Standard Events | Dave and Ray Entertainment
1008 Vermont Avenue NW WDC
Wednesday, November 18th 2009
10pm until 2:00 am
@ZawadiDC Gallery will participate in MidCity Third Thursdays, staying open until 9pm featuring artist Ambiti Moussa. Moussa is a Toureg artist who lives in Niger, but travels frequently to Dakar, Senegal, which is where we first met him.
For more pics of Moussa’s creative jewelry, check Zawadi’s blog here including lots of beautiful pictures.
Thursday begins a whole lot of people’s DC night life, so there are plenty of places to choose from. This Thursday, however, marks the first EZ Street Tweetup at Liv. Other groups have tried it, but this is the first with a mainstream DJ. Wishing EZ Street the best of luck with his en devour. Let’s see how many people that are really engaged in Social Media come out. I plan on checking out the scene.
PURE LOVE THURSDAYS!!!
Come party with the Distinguished Gentlemen of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc: Kappa Psi Chapter and the Divine, Seductive and Tantalizing Ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc: Phi Sigma Chapter
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009
Host: Kappa Psi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
Cost: FREE before 8pm ; $5 donation after
Time: 6pm – Midnight
Location: Hogate’s By Kristina
800 Water Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Extra details: Free Buffet and drink specials from 6pm – 7pm
Friday is going to be crazier than you EVER could have imagined. There are community events and straight HIP HOP events for you to enjoy. I’m choosing not to endorse large club events on Friday or Saturday, if you wanna go, you know where to go.
Wayna and Tabi Boney at Zanibar
Capital Canvases for a Cause – community event
A monthly community event to support local artists and community -based organization with wine, hors d’oeuvres and networking. All art sales are split 50/50 between artist and non-profit.
Featured artist – Art by Liz (www.originalartbyliz.com) – on facebook as “Liz Artbyliz Wilson”
Featured non-profit – Capital Breast Care Center – (www.capitalbreastcare.org) – on facebook as “Capital Breast Care Center” Providing culturally appropriate breast cancer screening services and promoting health and wellness to women in the Washington, DC area regardless of their ability to pay.
DJ Dredd & DJ Stylus, bring you rare grooves, Close 2 the Edge, at Black Cat, with, check this, a $7 cover. You CAN’T BEAT THAT! Doors open at 9pm.
Support the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project at Eyebar to raise money for a worthy cause. The mission of the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project is to nurture healthy child development and reduce the effects of trauma among children living in temporary housing programs in the District of Columbia. You can find out more here: http://playtimeproject.net.
Metro: Farragut West (Blue/Orange) or Farragut North (Red)
Parking: Street, Garage
Hosted by The Birthday Girl: Micheline Bowman
DOORS OPEN AT 7:00PM
SHOW BEINGS AT 8:00PM
ORCHESTRA SEATING IS $23
PREMIUM/BOX SEATING IS $26
TO PURCHASE TICKETS VISIT: www.TripleStarDC.com
Saturday, November 21, 2009
8:00pm – 11:00pm
THE ARC Theater
1901 Mississippi Ave SE
The Greatest Hop Hip Cover Story Ever Told
30 years of Hip Hop in one show featuring DC’s most talented MC’s & DJ’s
Saturday, November 21, 2009 at 7:00pm
Sunday, November 22, 2009 at 6:00pm
3225 8th Street NE
The Greatest Hip Hop Cover Story Ever Told braves a 30 year journey through the life of Hip Hop from 1979 through 2009.
This production tells the story of an art form that has transcended into an ever-growing culture through lyrical content and video imagery while showcasing DC’s brightest Hip Hop stars.
Saturday, November 21, 2009 – 8:00 pm
Sunday, November 22, 2009 – 4:00 pm
Advanced Tickets Available: http://30yearsofhiphop.eventbrite.com
$20 early bird tickets (limited amount available)
$50 VIP Tickets (includes admission to show – seats guaranteed through intermission, afterparty & production t-shirt)
*Free Event Alert
Hip Hop Cinema Cafe: HIP HOP SHORTS
Historical Society of Washington D.C.
801 K Street NW Mount Vernon Sq.,
8th and K Streets 20001
1PM-5PM | Free
In Honor of Hip Hop Appreciation Month, Hip Hop Cinema Café will celebrate with a day-long showcase of over 12 Hip Hop Short Films from around the corner and across the globe.
For a complete list of films log onto hiphopcinemacafe.com
(Ages 18 to Adults) No RSVP required.
Featuring: Can She Be Saved?
Author/activist/producer Yasmin Shiraz exposes the recent phenomenon of girl fights in America-the prevalence of video images featuring girls physically attacking each other. Painting a dark picture of what happens to juveniles who engage in violent activity, Can She Be Saved? provides historical, cultural and personal references to understand why teen girls are fighting and if anything can be done to make them stop. Revealing the cultural attitudes of girl fighting, Shiraz includes pop culture references, crime and violence statistics as well as news stories that hype the images of girls battling.
That’s it. I’ll add the rest of the line up later. I’m headed to Jin! Peace.